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Hartinger Award

The Hartinger Award is named for Gen. James V. Hartinger, the first commander of Air Force Space Command.
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The medal is presented each year to the person who is selected by  a committee of NDIA/RMC chapter members for having made a significant contribution to the military space mission of the United States

Patriot Award

The NDIA Rocky Mountain Chapter has established the Patriot Award, a recognition program. The Patriot Award is designed to recognize exceptional Americans in service to their country who have demonstrated a profound and abiding love of country and whose inspirational leadership, actions, and selfless dedication symbolize our nationís ideals, values and founding principles. The award is intended for U.S. military personnel in the enlisted grades, company grade officers, warrant officers, government civilians and Air Force Academy cadets.

The recognition is focused on military personnel stationed in the Colorado Springs area representing the major military organizations and bases. This year the chapter will recognize personnel from the Air Force Academy, Space & Missile Defense Command, Air Force Space Command, NORAD/NORTHCOM, and members of the various units stationed at Fort Carson. Additional organizations may be added in the future.


Former Recipients of the Hartinger Award

1984: General James V. Hartinger

1985: Carl N. Beer; Major General, United States Air Force

1986: Bruce K. Brown; Lieutenant General, United States Air Force

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1987: James A. Abramhamson; 
         Lieutenant General, United States Air Force

 

1988: Edward C. Aldridge, Jr.; Secretary of the Air Force

1989: John L. Piotrowski; General, United States Air Force

1990: Donald J. Kutyna; General, United States Air Force

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1991: Colin L. Powell;
         General, United States Army

 

1992: Thomas S. Moorman, Jr.; Lieutenant General, United States Air Force

1993: Merrill A. McPeak; General, United States Air Force

horner1994: Charles A. Horner;
         General, United States Air Force

 

1995: Roger D. DeKok; Major General, United States Air Force

1996: Joseph W. Ashy; General, United States Air Force.

1997: Jeffrey K. Harris; Assistant Secretary of the Air Force and Director of            the National Reconnaissance Office

1998: Howell M. Estes, III; General, United States Air Force.

1999: Sheila E. Widnall; Secretary of the Air Force

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2000: Richard B. Myers;
         General, United States Air Force

 

2001: Keith Hall; Director, National Reconnaissance Office

2002: Ralph E. Eberhart; General, United States Air Force

2003: Peter B. Teets; Undersecretary of the Air Force &
         Director of the National Reconnaissance Office

2004: moseley_usaf-resizedLance W. Lord; General, United States Air Force

2005: Gen. T. Michael Mosely, United States Air Force

 

 

 

2006 - The Honorable Michael W. Wynn

2007 - Lt Gen Michael A. Hamel

250px-William_shelton2008 - Lt Gen William Shelton

kehler_cr42009 - Gen C. Robert Kehler

2010 -

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