APRA HARBOR, Guam — Civilian employees at U.S. Naval Forces Marianas Support Activity were recognized recently for their excellence and commitment to the Navy.

Officials named police officer Jesse Salas as civilian supervisor for the year’s third quarter. Supervisors described Salas as motivated, self-reliant and vital to the command security department’s successful operation. Salas also volunteers with several nonprofit organizations that help crime victims, officials said.

In the Comptroller Office, budget technician Janet Taimanglo was honored as civilian employee of the quarter.

Taimanglo, who administers the command’s travel program, helped analyze the Fiscal 2004 budget review.

“Their outstanding performance is exemplary and in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Navy,” said Robert McNaught, Naval Forces Marianas Support Activity commander.

Also, Ordnance Department Manager Lara Chandler and police officer Joseph Topasna were recognized for hard work and dedication to naval operations.

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