25 May

Aegis BMD Security Group wins Excellence Award

U.S. Navy photo by Doug Davant Pictured (l.-to-r.) are: Daniel Chartier, Donna Fraysse, James Garcia (President and CEO of the Cogar Group) Charles Pugsley, Terry Lanham, Pamela Hall, Doris King, Faye Brown, Wilbur Dargan, Louis Fuertes (Director of Security Operations ⁄ Cogar Group). Holding the plaque is James Garcia (President and CEO of the Cogar Group) and Terry Lanham. Security Officers not included in the photo are: Billy Brown, Brian Brown, Randall Creed, Luke Cuthbertson, Andre Ellis, Clauvenda Fenwick, Brian Flanagan, Kermit Lee, Cleveland Lewis, Anthony Norwood, Angelita Saunders, James Sharon, Denise Shepherd, Albert Taylor, Louis Thomas, Chad Whitehead, Jason Zitzelberger.
U.S. Navy photo by Doug Davant
Pictured (l.-to-r.) are: Daniel Chartier, Donna Fraysse, James Garcia (President and CEO of the Cogar Group) Charles Pugsley, Terry Lanham, Pamela Hall, Doris King, Faye Brown, Wilbur Dargan, Louis Fuertes (Director of Security Operations ⁄ Cogar Group). Holding the plaque is James Garcia (President and CEO of the Cogar Group) and Terry Lanham. Security Officers not included in the photo are: Billy Brown, Brian Brown, Randall Creed, Luke Cuthbertson, Andre Ellis, Clauvenda Fenwick, Brian Flanagan, Kermit Lee, Cleveland Lewis, Anthony Norwood, Angelita Saunders, James Sharon, Denise Shepherd, Albert Taylor, Louis Thomas, Chad Whitehead, Jason Zitzelberger.

The Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense security group, COGAR, was recently awarded its corporate headquarters’ highest award for what was termed ‘‘exceptional service.”

The COGAR Center of Excellence Award is presented annually to a security operations center or installation that is contracted by COGAR in the National Capital Region. It is awarded for providing customers with outstanding security services by demonstrating high standards of achievement and meeting expectations for efficiency and service, based on customer feedback.

Selection of the COGAR award is based upon a multi-phased process, according to COGAR requirements, that is performed over the course of a year. The process involves evaluation, audit of performance in the area of client satisfaction, security officer training, leadership and work environment feedback.

‘‘It is an outstanding accomplishment that the Dahlgren site was selected out of all of COGAR’s government contract sites,” said Capt. Tom Halvorson, Chief of Staff for Aegis BMD at Naval Support Facility Dahlgren.

‘‘To our highly-motivated and dedicated professionals in the Security Operations Center: congratulations and Bravo Zulu on a job well done!” he said.