Granting Of Rewards To The Aeronautical Value

Original Language Title: Concessione di ricompense al valore aeronautico

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By Presidential Decree No. 59 of January 13, 2015, the captain Matteo Di Carlo Olmo, born on June 20, 1978 in Nijmegen (Netherlands), it was granted the bronze medal to aeronautical value with the following motivation: "officer, employed as a second pilot in a flight arranged for extraction and evacuation of numerous Italian and foreign civilians, carried out a dangerous mission into hostile territory and under continuous threat of ground attack. Adoperatosi the most of her chances, showed extreme expertise in carrying out the task assigned to him and he could bring expeditiously embarked civilian personnel. Officer of undisputed value and professionalism, showed tremendous skills by contributing, through its commitment and courage, to increase the prestige of the armed forces. Clear pattern of exceptional military skills and extraordinary humanity ". Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.
By Presidential Decree No. 60 of January 13, 2015, Capt. Laura Accessed 1 July 1979, born in Popoli (PE), it was granted the bronze medal to aeronautical value with the following motivation: "officer, employed as a second pilot in a flight arranged for the evacuation of numerous Italian and foreign civilians contributed in an exemplary way the unfolding of the assigned mission. Operating out of an airport in an area threatened by armed militia, he did not hesitate to act to the best of their military capacity and professional skills to better manage the boarding staff to rescue others. The value, the courage and expertise demonstrated represented shining example of self-denial, high sense of duty and loyalty to the oath, even more lustre of armed force. The outstanding professionalism and extraordinary humanity makes it worthy of unconditional emulation. " Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.
By Presidential Decree No. 61 of January 13, 2015, Capt. Gabriele Pizzuti, born on March 18, 1973 in Rome, it was granted the bronze medal to aeronautical value with the following motivation: "officer, Commander of the 46th air Brigade transport aircraft, was responsible for carrying out a delicate extraction and evacuation of mission civilian personnel, Italian and foreigner , from the city of Juba, the scene of clashes between armed gangs. During the course of the mission, while aware that developments of the insurgency underway could expose the aircraft and the crew at high risks, did not hesitate to act to the best of their chances and ability to carry out the task assigned, allowing 63 people to Board and ask, so, to safety. The extraordinary expertise, profound knowledge of procedures, the quickness and daring decision proved the allowed you to achieve a brilliant operating profit and an exceptional humanitarian goal, in a particularly difficult and dangerous. Officer of undisputed value and exemplary professional, you become the protagonist of a feat of courage, in the wake of the lofty traditions of the 46th air Brigade and the air force. " Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.
By Presidential Decree n. 62 of January 13, 2015, the Marshal of 1 ^ class Vincent Iorio, born on October 25, 1966 in Naples, and was awarded the bronze medal at the aeronautical value with the following motivation: "Marshal, a member of the flight crew of a transport aircraft of the 46th air Brigade, was used in a relief flight for evacuation of foreign and national civilian staff. During operations, despite a potentially hazardous situation due to the presence of armed rebel troops who occupied several areas close to the airport, he would not hesitate to work with enthusiasm and courage in carrying out the tasks assigned to him. With great expertise, contributed effectively to the rapid embarkation of 63 people and to carry out preliminary activities on takeoff of the aircraft. Petty Officer role model as an example of selflessness, sense of duty and loyalty to the oath, with its commitment gave prestige to secure armed force as a clear pattern of extraordinary professionalism and uncommon generosity. " Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.
By Presidential Decree n. 63 of January 13, 2015, the Marshal of 1 ^ class Diego Mazzarelli, born on November 30, 1970 at Naples, and was awarded the bronze medal at the aeronautical value with the following motivation: "Marshal, a member of the flight crew of a transport aircraft of the 46th air Brigade, participated with generosity and enthusiasm to a group evacuation of Italian and foreign civilian staff. Despite operating in a difficult environment and dangerous, characterized by the constant risk of ground attack by armed gangs, contributed with great expertise, indomitable courage and admirable spirit of dedication to the success of the mission, ensuring sparing no energies and contributing, decisively, to draw quickly rescued dozens of people, despite the imminence of a curfew. Shining example of the most noble military virtues, gave great prestige to the air force and the armed forces. " Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.
By Presidential Decree n. 64 of January 13, 2015, the Marshal of 1 ^ class Carmine Merone, born on February 13, 1973 in Bacoli (NA), has been awarded the bronze medal at the aeronautical value with the following motivation: "Marshal, a member of the flight crew of a transport aircraft of the 46th air Brigade, was used at short notice in a humanitarian relief mission for evacuation of civilian personnel. When carrying out the tasks assigned to it strove to the best of their chances and ability and, while operating in dangerous territory and under continuous threat of ground attack, could ensure the rapid embarkation of 63 civilians, both Italian and foreign, and to perform with admirable professionalism and outstanding courage started to take-off of the aircraft. Extraordinary example of dedication and skill, gave evidence of absolute loyalty to the oath, contributing to the luster of armed force for the commendable enthusiasm shown and the extraordinary sensitivity of men ". Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.

By Presidential Decree n. 65 of January 13, 2015, the Marshal of 1 ^ class Charles Suma, born on December 2, 1969 in Brindisi, was awarded the bronze medal at the aeronautical value with the following motivation: "Marshal, in charge of commanding a squad of riflemen employees at air defense of a military transport aircraft engaged in the evacuation of civilians, during the course of the difficult mission in hostile territory and under the constant threat of ground attack, he did not hesitate to make every effort of his chance and skill set. Despite difficult security conditions around the landing area, acted with boldness and courage to ensure the safety of the crew and passengers during boarding and takeoff of aircraft. Shining example of dedication, sense of duty and loyalty to the oath, gave proof of expertise and value, helping to rescue dozens of people with excellent professionalism and extraordinary humanity ". Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.
By Presidential Decree No. 66 of January 13, 2015, staff sergeant Walter Mignogna, born on May 15, 1974 in Taranto, it was granted the bronze medal to aeronautical value with the following motivation: "petty officer, flight crew member of an aircraft of the 46th air Brigade, was used in a relief flight for evacuation of foreign and national civilian staff. During the course of the mission into hostile territory, under the potential threat of a ground attack by armed gangs, did not hesitate to do everything possible for their chance and ability and participated, with boldness and courage, to boarding of dozens of civilians, ensuring quick takeoff of the aircraft then. With its generous contribution, showed exemplary sense of duty and very deep spirit of self-denial, giving secure lustre air force and armed forces ". Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.
By Presidential Decree No. 67 of January 13, 2015, Sergeant Roberto Bolchi, born on February 7, 1982 in Casalmaggiore (CR), it was granted the bronze medal to aeronautical value with the following motivation: "petty officer air gunner was assigned to a team to oversee a transport aircraft used for flights to the evacuation of Italian and foreign civilian staff. While performing the difficult mission strove to the best of their ability to carry out the task assigned to him, overseeing and monitoring the operations of embarkation of many civilians held in a hostile area and under continuous threat from armed gangs. With extreme courage and steely determination, helped to safeguard the safety of the crew and passengers while the aircraft on the ground. Wonderful example of devotion to duty and loyalty oath, showed utter professionalism and unconditional selflessness, giving prestige to the armed forces and the entire military structure. " Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.
By Presidential Decree No. 68 of January 13, 2015, Sergeant Mario Krosan Tusker, born on January 17, 1980 in Lucera (FG), it was granted the bronze medal to aeronautical value with the following motivation: "petty officer air gunner was assigned to a team to oversee a transport aircraft used for flights to the evacuation of Italian and foreign civilian staff. While performing the difficult mission strove to the best of their ability to carry out the task assigned to him, overseeing and monitoring the operations of embarkation of many civilians held in a hostile area and under continuous threat from armed gangs. With extreme courage and steely determination, helped to safeguard the safety of the crew and passengers while the aircraft on the ground. Wonderful example of devotion to duty and loyalty oath, showed utter professionalism and unconditional selflessness, giving prestige to the armed forces and the entire military structure. " Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.
By Presidential Decree No. 69 of January 13, 2015, the first Airman Chief Francis Tobias, born on February 6, 1978 Erice (TP), it was granted the bronze medal to aeronautical value with the following motivation: "air received the task of ensuring fusilier Graduated supervision to a transport aircraft used for flights to the evacuation of Italian and foreign civilian staff. During the course of the mission entrusted to him, in a potentially dangerous because of the threat of ground attack, strove without hesitation and to the best of their abilities. By acting with courage and decisiveness during boarding, ensured the safety of passengers and crew and, in the incumbency of the curfew imposed by local authorities, allowed the quick and safe take-off of the aircraft. Volunteer of undisputed value, represented a clear example of professionalism demonstrated expertise, extraordinary humanity and absolute devotion to duty ". Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.
By Presidential Decree No. 70 of January 13, 2015, the first Airman Chose Joseph Abdullah, born on March 23, 1985 to San Felice a Cancello (CE), it was granted the bronze medal to aeronautical value with the following motivation: "air received the task of ensuring fusilier Graduated supervision to a transport aircraft used for flights to the evacuation of Italian and foreign civilian staff. During the course of the mission entrusted to him, in an area threatened by dangerous attacks carried out by armed gangs, strove with enthusiasm and extreme courage to supervise effectively the stages of stationing of the aircraft on the ground and boarding personnel to be evacuated, ensuring the safety of men and vehicles involved. The speed of action, professionalism, expertise and extraordinary selflessness demonstrated constituted a shining example of the most noble military virtues and brought prestige to the air force. " Juba (southern Sudan), December 20, 2013.