The Coast Guard Enlisted Person of the Year Program recognizes exemplary performance by the men and woman from the active and reserve enlisted workforce. Nominees reflect the spirit of pride, professionalism and dedication and have demonstrated exceptional performance in the areas of: leadership, job skills, personal and work ethics, Coast Guard knowledge, uniform appearance, military bearing, and community relations.
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Petty Officer 1st Class John Joeckel, a marine science technician assigned to the Incident Management Division at Sector Northern New England, was selected as the First Coast Guard District EPOY for his work during several high-profile pollution investigations; and alsovolunteering550 hours at a local food pantry, organized fundraisers which raised $10,000 and increased the food pantry's ability to serve 800 families.
Petty Officer 2nd Class Jeffrey Melitski, a maritime enforcement specialist assigned to the Enforcement Division at Sector New York,was selected at the FirstCoast Guard District's Reserve EPOY. Hewas recognized for being among the first reservists to volunteer for Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. During his deployment to theCoast Guard's Seventh District, he used his skills as an EMTto assist in the rescue of a late-term and high-risk pregnant patientandthe safe transfer fromPuertoRicoto Miami, Florida. In December 2017 and while off duty, Melitski courageously ran into his neighbor's home when he noticed it was on fire and immediately assisted with the safe evacuation of all the residents. He alsovolunteerscoaching youth football and baseball.
It is always difficult choosing only two members from the large pool of talented and dedicated enlisted personnel here in the First District," said Master Chief Petty Officer Jason Griffin, First Coast Guard District command master chief. "However, Petty Officers Joeckel and Melitski epitomize the spirit of the award.