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SUBJ/FISCAL YEAR 2021 COPERNICUS AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCEMENT// 
 
POC/SARAH FISCHETTI/CIV/AFCEA EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION/TEL: (703) 631-6147 
/EMAIL:  EDFOUNDATION(AT)AFCEA.ORG// 
 
REF/A/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/302051Z AUG 21// 
AMPN/REF A IS NAVADMIN 195/21, FISCAL YEAR 2021 COPERNICUS AWARD NOMINATION// 
 
RMKS/1.  The Chief of Naval Operations is pleased to congratulate the fiscal 
year 2021 Copernicus Award winners.  The Copernicus Award recognizes 
individual contributions to Naval Warfare in the disciplines of Command, 
Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence, Information Systems or 
Information Warfare.  Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Associations 
(AFCEA) International and the U.S. Naval Institute (USNI) have selected the 
following Copernicus Award winners for fiscal year 2021: 
    a.  Maj Ryan M. Ackland, USMC, Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support 
Activity 
    b.  CWO2 Jonathan J. Anderson, USCG, Coast Guard Cyber Command 
    c.  IT1 Karsten S. Aurella, USN, USS CHAFEE (DDG 90) 
    d.  IT1 Franklin T. Barrett, USN, USS AMERICA (LHA 6) 
    e.  IT1 Trevor J. Brammer, USN, Naval Special Warfare Development Group 
    f.  ET2 Anthony T. Brickey, USCG, USCGC Robert Goldman (WPC 1142) 
    g.  CWO4 Bryan Broussard, USN, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command 
    h.  CAPT Ian A. Brown, USN, Naval Special Warfare Group TWO 
    i.  LCDR Mark W. Burgner, USCG, USCG Base Boston 
    j.  CWO2 Michael D. Butler, USMC, II Marine Expeditionary Force 
    k.  LCDR Stephen S. Cortez, USN, Commander, Task Force SEVEN 
ZERO/Commander, Carrier Strike Group FIVE 
    l.  Sgt Christopher J. DaSilva, USMC, Battalion Landing Team 1/5 
    m.  LCDR Tebin H.T. Glebus, USN, U.S. SEVENTH Fleet 
    n.  CWO3 Keith Patrick Jarvis, USCG, U.S. Coast Guard Yard 
    o.  SSgt Randall I. Kardatzke, USMC, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special 
Operations Command 
    p.  ET1 Sean A. Larson, USCG, Patrol Forces Southwest Asia 
    q.  LT Daniel B. Miller, USN, Naval Special Warfare Development Group 
    r.  CTI1 Benjamin B. Miller, USN, Naval Special Warfare Special 
Reconnaissance Team ONE 
    s.  Capt Nicholle M. Miller, USMC, Intelligence Division, Combat 
Development and Integration Command Quantico 
    t.  LTJG Hollie L. Parrish, USCG, Command, Control, Communications, 
Computers, Combat System, and Interoperability Service Center 
    u.  CWO3 Christopher M. Port, USMC, II Marine Expeditionary Force 
    v.  LT Scott A. Pratz, USCG, Command, Control, Communications, Computers, 
Combat System, and Interoperability Service Center 
    w.  CWO2 Michael W. Reinke, USN, Navy Expeditionary Intelligence Command 
    x.  LCDR Richard C. Reyes, USN, U.S. SEVENTH Fleet 
    y.  Maj Erik C. Rye, USMC, U.S. Marine Corps Force Cyberspace Command 
    z.  Mr. Edwin Sanjurjo, Navy Expeditionary Intelligence Command 
    aa.  LT Christopher J. Seedyk, USN, Amphibious Squadron ONE 
    bb.  IT1 Chase D. Spence, USN, White House Communications Agency 
    cc.  1stLt Jackson T. Tears, USMC, Marine Air Support Squadron-2, 
Manpower Air Control Group-18, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing 
    dd.  ITCS Joshua H. Torres, USN, USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20) 
    ee.  ITC Alexander C. Tucker, USN, Chief of Naval Operations Director, 
Navy Staff 
    ff.  Cpl Landon A. Wilks, USMC, Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28 
    gg.  GySgt Zachary B. Williams, USMC, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit 
    hh.  Maj Clinton L. Woods, USMC, Marine Corps Communication-Electronics 
School 
    ii.  Capt Aaron E. Zack, USMC, Marine Corps Cyberspace Warfare Group 
 
2.  All Copernicus Award winners will receive an invitation from AFCEA and 
USNI inviting them, their spouse/guest, and their Commanding Officer to 
attend an awards reception and presentation ceremony held at the AFCEA 
International/USNI WEST 2022 Conference in San Diego, California at the San 
Diego Convention Center on 16 February 2022.  If awardees are unable to 
attend the ceremony in San Diego, the awards will also be presented at the 
AFCEA International TechNet Cyber Conference in Baltimore, Maryland at the 
Baltimore Convention Center in April 2022. 
 
3.  Released by VADM Jeffrey E. Trussler, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations 
for Information Warfare, OPNAV N2N6.// 
 
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