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Sharp, The Eight-Step Training Model (Part One of Two), TALON: Operation Joint Forge Task Force Eagle, 3 February 2001, p.
Servies was mobilized twice, including the service in Iraq as Chief, Task Force Safety Actions for Fire and Electricity (TF SAFE) and under Operation Joint Forge and during which he served as Task Force Disposal Chief for Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service, Forward Support Team Europe.
A command pilot with 3,500 flying hours, primarily in the F-16, General Breedlove has flown combat missions in Operation Joint Forge / Joint Guardian.
The 29th Div Arty maintained probably its highest peacetime operational tempo to date, participating in Operation Joint Forge (Bosnia), Operation Noble Eagle II (anti-terrorism/Homeland Defense) as well as its AT that included EXEVALs and various community support projects.
Retroactive joint-duty credit applies to the following: Operation Northern Watch August 1, 1992--To be determined (TBD) Operation Southern Watch August 27, 1992--TBD Operation Able Sentry June 26, 1993--February 28, 1999 Operation Joint Endeavor December 25, 1995--December 19, 1996 Operation Joint Guard December 20, 1996--June 20, 1998 Operation Desert Thunder January 24, 1998--December 15, 1998 Operation Joint Forge June 20, 1998--June 10, 1999 Operation Noble Anvil March 24, 1999--July 20, 1999 Operation Joint Guardian June 11, 1999--TBD Nomination packages must be received at the U.
In 1999, he served as the Commander for Special Operations Command and Control Element-North (SOCCE-N) as part of Operation Joint Forge.
While on a lengthy deployment in support of Operation JOINT FORGE, MSgt.
Operation Joint Forge is the military operations name for the U.