Honourable Discharge (Danny P. Savarese)


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HONORABLE DISCHARGE

FROM THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

This is to certify that


Danny P. Savarese    Staff Sergeant    Platoon Sergeant

was Honorably Discharged from the

UNITED STATES ARMY

on the 15th day of FEBRUARY 2015. This certificate is awarded

as a testimonial of Honest and Faithful Service

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ARPC-OPM-O

DATE: 15 FEB 2015

MEMORANDUM FOR Commander,

U.S. Army 29th Infantry Division, ATTN: AHRC-OP-S, 1 Reserve Way

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060


SUBJECT: Unqualified Resignation


1.I hereby tender my unqualified resignation as an Enlisted Soldier in the

United States Army under the provisions of Chapter 6, Section III,

AR 135-175.

2.I understand that if my resignation is accepted I am entitled to an

honorable separation and will be furnished an Honorable Discharge

Certificate. I understand that I cannot resign if I am a statutory obligor.


Danny P. Savarese
Signature
Danny P. Savarese
Name (Type or Print)
Staff Sergeant Platoon Sergeant Baker Company, Third Platoon
Rank Position Platoon/Squad
From SSgt. Savarese:

Due to my current situation regarding my inability to attend drills, as well as some personal life issues, I am requesting this Honorable Discharge. I would like to thank everyone that is a part of this great Division for one of the best experiences of my life; for without each and everyone of you, this whole unit would not be possible. It has been 3 Years since I first joined this unit, and I can safely say that it was not at all what I was expecting. Being in the 29th has changed me more than I would like to admit; broadening my horizons to think and act like a leader when people need one. It is a tremendous skill to have learned from just a group of guys that like to come together for a few hours a week to play some realistic WW2 games. However, it is not only this that I will be leaving with, but also the great amount of friends that I have accumulated as well. The 29th is much more than a realism unit; it is a community of people that care for a good time and for being the best at what they do.
This farewell, I feel, is very needed as I cannot perform my current duties as Platoon Sergeant for BP3. For everyone that has been with me in BP3 for the past year I want to say thank you for allowing me to be your Platoon Sergeant, and I apologize for not being able to stay with you for longer. DH is a fantastic game with a seemingly endless amount of replayability, and as long as our server survives, so will Baker Company.
A couple of mentions I would like to make:
Sgt. “Brew Crew” Brewer - Sgt., I wish you a fantastic time in BP3, I know you are someone that has a long history for caring for the 29th, and that history does not seem to end. You are an honest leader and very straight forward guy. I hope you the best in the future to come
Cpl. Kim - Cpl. Kim! I can honestly say that you are one of the most incredible players I have ever met. Your ingame knowledge seems to have no ends. Although for most of my career I knew you as one of my squadmates and as one of my friends. Now that you are in Leadership I know you will continue on the impressive path you have started and create one kickass squad one day.
PFC Rousse - PFC, when I first joined BP3 after the split, you were one of the first people I made friends with and I could always rely on you to get something I needed done. So when it came to needing an ASL it was easy to choose you. You’ve got great potential not just in the 29th but as well as in life. You’ve got a big heart, follow it.
TSgt. Balzer - One of the finest leaders I have ever known in my life. TSgt., you are a true inspiration of mine, not just as a leader, but as person. Your ability to connect with an individual is truly remarkable, and something that should be recognized. I hope life treats you well old man! :)
SSgt. Bergstrom - A man of whose wits extend just under 7 feet vertically! I couldn’t have asked for a more genuine friend in life than you, bud. You are a leader of the mind, and a protector of the heart. I’m sure i’ll see you around Bergy!
Sgt. Frank - Thanks for all the good times Frank, I will never miss the soothing sound of you raging over the microphone. It is truly something I always got a kick out of. Hope you keep your head well-rounded, make sure you message me on Steam. I love being a part of your rants.
To everyone else that I have not mentioned I hope you all the best of luck in life, you all deserve it!
If anyone is ever looking to find me, once I build my new PC I will be starting a stream! Catch me at www.twitch.tv/dasavvy
~SSgt. Savvy 29th, Ever Forward!
Reason for leaving
APPROVED
Approved/Disapproved
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Commander Signature
15 FEB 2015
Date

Comments

  • You better re-enlist :'( I'm going to miss you man.... Keep in touch :(

  • We've already talked about you leaving but I'm going to miss you SSgt. I know BP3 wouldn't be where we are now without you and I hope I can continue improving it as a platoon. We had a lot of good times in BP3 and CP1 and even 2 and 1/2 years I knew you'd be a great leader. Hopefully you can come back man, or at least play with us sometimes.

  • Damn Savvy. Didn't expect this one.

    I really hope you find your way back here one day.

  • SSgt. Savvy, sad to see you go ;(. My first SL left not to long ago and now my first ASL ;(. I always enjoyed playing with you and having a laugh. While I wish we got to know each other better in the short time we did play together I hope to see you come back. Don't be a stranger and continue to come to the Ts3 and play some LoL with us.

  • SSgt., you were my DI during 512, before BCT I didn't even know you could dive to get over stuff, but you got me to shape. After that you were my Platoon Sgt. with 1Lt. Mills. During that time you were constantly reminding me of discipline, 29th rules, and skills in game. You were one of the people that shaped me from an idiot pubber to a some what disciplined member of the 29th. After 1Lt. Mills had to leave, there were some bumps to overcome as you began leading the platoon by yourself for the second time, but you did very well. Good luck in school and I hope this wont be the last of your experiences with the 29th.

  • Sad to see you go, SSgt., you were an amazing DI, and platoon sergeant. I wish you the best!

  • Unfortunate Savvy i wish u luck mate, hope you get back some day...

  • I think we all saw the potential in you from the get go and consistently you delivered. You'll do well in whatever you dedicate yourself to, of this I have no doubt.

    It was a pleasure meeting you for beers (and pulled pork nachos - remember those??) and I hope you make the journey Northwards again before too long.

    Until then my friend, Salute

  • I still remember the first day you entered our Charlie channel in TS as a Pvt. with all the usual suspects in the there talking about God knows what. Me, being my self, immediately honed in on your name and asked how you pronounce it. With you being a Pvt. I saw my chance to cut you off in the middle of your explanation and stated "that's too long. From here on out we're calling you Savy". The rest is history. You started off a timid Pvt. and became one of the better leaders in the 29th- which is saying a lot. Your confidence grew and so did your knowledge. Your kindness on the other hand was there all along. You, my friend, will be missed. Drop by every now and again and I'm sure I'll have something, anything to rant about. If not, I'll make something up. Let's do this.

  • It's a real shame to see ya go, Savvy. Come back soon.

  • I'm sure you'll be back. Your SLT was one of my favorites, I remember the exact moment when you "it" figured out. You have made a big splash in the 29th, but you know that. Plus your just a pleasant guy, who understands and relishes team work. I always enjoyed drilling, killing, winning, gaming and generally having a blast. Good luck, wish you well and come back.

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