The Goddard Medal is named in honor of Maj. Gen. Guy H. Goddard, U.S. Air Force.
Presented for outstanding contributions to military engineering, including military troop construction, base maintenance, and contingency engineering. The medal was first awarded in 1973.
Criteria: Outstanding contributions to military engineering, including military troop construction, base maintenance, and contingency engineering. Review Air Force Instruction 36-2817 for detailed criteria and nomination procedures.
Eligibility: One Goddard Medal will be awarded to each of the following:
Past SAME Goddard Medal recipients
*Further information on these candidates is unavailable. If you have information regarding these awardees, please contact SAME HQ.
Curtin Plaque is a plaque named in honor of Maj. Gen. Robert H. Curtin, U.S. Air Force.
Presented for the most outstanding unit during the calendar year. This plaque was first awarded for 1966.
Criteria: Most outstanding unit in three categories: small, large and Air Reserve Component. Review Air Force Instruction 36-2817 for detailed criteria and nomination procedures.
Eligibility: Unit of the United States Air Force Civil Engineer, Air Force Major Air Command, or other Air Force Civil Engineering activity.
Past Curtin Plaque Recipients
18th Civil Engineer Group, Kadena AB, Japan
27th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron, Cannon AFB, N.M.
140th Civil Engineer Squadron, Buckley AFB, Colo.
87th Civil Engineer Squadron
355th Civil Engineer Squadron
439th Civil Engineer Squadron
49th Civil Engineer Squadron Holloman AFB, N.M.
27 SOCES Cannon AFB, N.M.
145 Civil Engineer Squadron Charlotte Douglas Air National Guard Base, N.C.
115th Civil Engineer Squadron
52nd Civil engineer Squadron
355th Civil Engineering Squadron
482nd Civil engineering Squadron
4th Civil Engineering Squadron
23rd Civil Engineering Squadron
554th RED HORSE Squadron, Andersen Air Force Base, Guam (Small Unit)
60th Civil Engineering Squadron, Travis Air Force Base, Calif. (Large Unit)
134th Civil Engineering Squadron, McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tenn. (Air Reserve Component)
100th Civil Engineer Squadron, United Kingdom (Small Unit)
18th Civil Engineer Group, Japan (Large Unit)
108th Civil Engineer Squadron, N.J. (Air Reserve Component)
21st CES (Small Unit)
4th CES (Large Unit)
126th CES (ANG) (Air Reserve Component)
100 CES, RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom (USAFE) (Small Unit)
3 CES, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska (Large Unit)
118 CES, Nashville, Tenn. (ANG) (Air Reserve Component)
35th CES, Misawa Air Force Base (Large Unit)
314th CES, Little Rock Air Force Bse (Small Unit)
18th CES, Kadena Air Force Base (Large Unit)
341st CES, Malmstrom Air Force Base (Small Unit)
52nd CES, Spangdalhlem Air Force Base (Large Unit)
27th CES, Cannon Air Force Base (Small Unit)
86th CEC, (Large Unit)
43rd CES, (Small Unit)
437th CES, (Large Unit)
31st CEC, (Small Unit)
52nd CES, (Large Unit)
92nd CES, (Small Unit)
49th CES, (Large Unit)
56th CES, (Small Unit)
86th CES, (Large Unit)
92nd CES, (Small Unit)
52nd CES (Large Unit)
4th CES (Small Unit)
10th CES Grp. ,(Large Unit)
31st CES, (Small Unit)
12th CES, (Large Unit)
437th CES, (Small Unit)
2Oth CES (ACC), Shaw AFB, SC (Large Unit)
14th CES, Columbus AFB, MS (Small Unit)
432nd CES, Misawa AB, Japan (Large Unit)
17th CES, Goodfellow AFB, TX (Small Unit)
355th CES (ACC), DavisMonthan AFB, AZ (Large Unit)
96th CES, Dyess AFB, TX (ACC) (Small Unit)
351st CES(SAC), Whiteman AFB, MO (Large Unit)
27th CES (TAC), Cannon AFB, NM (Small Unit)
90th CES, F.E. Watren AFB, WY (Large Unit)
5099th CE Operations Squadron, Elmendorf AFB, AK (Small Unit)
2852nd CES, McClellan AFB, CA (Large Unit)
27th CES, Cannon AFB, NM (Small Unit)
36th CES, Bitburg AB, Germany (Large Unit)
1010th CES, Cheyenne Mountain Complex, CO (Small Unit)
325th CES (TAC), Tyndall AFB, FL (Large Unit)
347th CES (TAC), Moody AFB, GA (Small Unit)
1986 6510th CES, Edwards AFB, CA
1985 18th Cbt. Spt. Gp. (PACAF), Kadena Air Base, Japan
1984 432nd CES (PACAF), Misawa Air Base, Japan
1982 42nd CES, Loring AFB, ME 1983 2849th CES, Hill AFB, UT
1981 436th CES Dover AFB, DE
1980 56th CES, MacDill AFB, FL
1979 100th CES, Beale AFB, CA
1978 52nd CES, 52nd Cbt. Spt. Grp., Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany
1977 475th CES, Yokota AFB, Japan
1976 341st CES, Malmstrom AFB, MT
1975 67th Cbt. Spt. Grp., 6767th CES, Bergstrom AFB, TX
1974 90th CES, Warren AFB, WY
1973 317th CES (TAC), Pope AFB, NC
1972 Civil Engineering Shool, AF Institute of Technology, Air University, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
1971 3202nd CES (AFSC), Eglin AFB , FL
1970 27th CES (TAC), Cannon AFB, NM
1969 4756th CES, Tyndall AFB, FL
1967 96th CES, Dyess AFB, TX 1968 355th CES, Takhli Royal Thai AFB, Thailand
1966 4510th CES, Luke AFB, AZ
The Oren Medal is named in honor of Rear Adm. John B. Oren, U.S. Coast Guard.
Presented for outstanding contribution to military engineering by a civilian or military member of the U.S. Coast Guard. This medal was first presented in 1968.
Criteria: Outstanding contribution to military engineering through achievement in design, construction, administration, research, or development.
Eligibility: Regular or reserve U.S. Coast Guard officer in an active, inactive, or retired status; or a U.S. Coast Guard civilian employee, or retiree, of equivalent grade.
The Sargent Medal is named in honor of Vice Adm. Thomas R. Sargent, III, U.S. Coast Guard. The medal is presented in recognition of the most outstanding contribution to U.S. Coast Guard Civil Engineering or Facilities Engineering. The medal was first awarded in 1980.
Criteria: Outstanding contribution to Coast Guard Civil Engineering or Facilities Engineering.
Eligibility: Active duty Coast Guard Warrant Officer, Chief Petty Officer, or Petty Officer; or a civilian employee of equivalent grade.
Past Sargent Medal Recipients
The Cowart Award is named in honor of Vice. Adm. Kenneth C. Cowart, U.S. Coast Guard. The Award is presented for outstanding contribution to the U.S. Coast Guard civil engineering and shore facility management programs. This plaque was first awarded for 1968.
Criteria: Outstanding contribution to the U.S. Coast Guard Civil Engineering program.
Eligibility: Awarded annually to a U.S. Coast Guard Civil Engineering and a Facilities Engineering organization.
Past Cowart Plaque Recipients
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