Army Reserve wins first-ever ‘Best of the Best’ maintenance award
Maj. Gen. Troy D. Kok, commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 99th Readiness Division, congratulates Brian Shook, Area Maintenance Support Activity 112 supervisor, during an awards ceremony Oct. 17 at the Clinton County Army Reserve Center in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. AMSA 112 was awarded the Department of the Army’s Fiscal Year 2016 Army Award for Maintenance Excellence and the Chief of Ordnance “Best of the Best” maintenance award, marking the first time an Army Reserve element has been awarded the latter. Also attending the event were Heather Bickel, aide to U.S. Congressman Glenn Thompson of Pennsylvania’s 5th Congressional District, and Robert B. “Pete” Smeltz Jr., Clinton County commissioner.