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Distinguished Graduate From Class

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MEMORANDUM FOR (Individual's Name)


SUBJECT: Letter of Congratulations

I am pleased to pass along my sincere congratulations to those from Major Norman P. Schaefer for your selection as a Distinguished Graduate of the < Course >, at <Location>. The dedication and energy you displayed in your demanding training course was well recognized by your instructors. Earning this award has set you and your career off to a fine start. 

It is always satisfying to hear of accomplishments that preceded the arrival of members of my unit. Your actions reflect well on you and set the tone for much continued success in the United States Air Force. Thank you and keep up the good work!


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