Promotion and Badges (Eric M. Guyette) 

Cpl. C. Garrett said:

Pvt. Guyette is a member of S4 that you can't ignore. If you try to, he'll just show up to your squad's drills and outflank your squad harder than you would imagine, making you wish you had given the enemy more strict boundaries. His impressive flanking maneuvers have lead people to utter the phrase "pulling a Guyette" when they intend to flank way around their adversary. Now, flanking is all good fun, but the Private has the marksmanship to back it up as well. He has snuck around many people, taking them out with perfectly placed headshots at just the right time as to not alert the others of his position. I have heard that his victims sometimes assume they were taken out by a marksman from all the way across the map, when in fact it was our own Pvt. Guyette a few short meters away. When the Private isn't flanking on his own, he is a solid member of the squad that can hold his own in any situation that comes to mind, and like any good member of a squad, he is always there. In his short career in the unit, he still holds 100% attendance, and I believe he'll keep his streak for a while longer. In my mind, all of these traits are qualities of a Private, First Class, so I see it fit to promote him to such a rank, in addition to awarding him his Rifle Marksman Badge and Expert Infantry Badge. Well earned, PFC, and congratulations!



Know Ye, that reposing special trust and
confidence in the fidelity and abilities of

Eric M. Guyette       060770449      EP2S4

I do promote him to Private, First Class in the


to rank as such from the 29th day of July 2019 .

You are charged to discharge carefully and diligently the duties of the grade to which promoted and to uphold the traditions and standards of the Army.

Effective with this promotion you are charged to execute diligently your special skills with a high degree of technical proficiency and to maintain standards of performance, moral courage and dedication to the Army which will serve as outstanding examples to your fellow soldiers. You are charged to observe and follow the orders and directions given by superiors acting according to the law, articles and rules governing the discipline of the Army. Your unfailing trust in superiors and loyalty to your peers will significantly contribute to the readiness and honor of the United States Army.


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