Thursday, March 20, 2014

Robert Dupree received Ft. Jackson Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) Liaison of the Month Award

Ft. Jackson Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) Army Guidance Counselor Liaison Robert Dupree at his desk.

Photo and Story by Staff Sgt. Jermal Kennedy

Ft. Jackson Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) commander Maj. Stacey Nichols reinstated the award program for the employees. He wanted to recognize all the hard work his people accomplish to enlist members into the Armed Services.

Robert Dupree, Army Guidance Counselor, received Liaison of the Month Award for the month of February 2014. MEPS Liaisons verify enlistment paperwork and complete the final processing of Army Future Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Coast Guard enlistees. A retired Army Recruiter and thirteen year MEPS employee, Dupree has a lot of experience doing the Army liaison job. When asked about the award, Dupree modestly said, “I’m enjoying the new parking spot for the month.”

The award includes a front row parking space so the winner is ten steps to the front door which was a big perk with the exceptionally cold South Carolina winter this year. Congratulation Dupree for your hard work and dedication in helping get our Future Soldiers processed into the U.S. Army.

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