Supportive employers honored at Guard and Reserve award conference
Each year, New Hampshire National Guardsmen and Reservists or their family members nominate supportive employers who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in standing behind our citizen soldiers while they are deployed on foreign soil or away for extended military service domestically.
The second highest level of recognition is the Above and Beyond Award. This year's awardees included the U.S. Postal Service of Nashua, and Water Country of Portsmouth.
Cunningham, who deployed to Afghanistan with the unit in 2011, said, "Measured Progress demonstrated its commitment to the Reserves in three ways: First, the company gave me flexibility in my worked schedule as I prepared for deployment; second, the company sent care packages to my unit and local Afghans we lived near; and third, they helped me transition back to civilian life and to my job with the company; I am proud to work here."
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