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      The 3rd Infantry Division Realism Unit extends to you our personal thanks and sincere appreciation of your contribution of honorable service to our unit. You have made a lasting impact on the unit’s history and thanks to your devotion to duty and a spirit of sacrifice in keeping with the proud traditions of military service.

       Your commitment and dedication have been an inspiration for those who will follow in your footsteps, and for all those who join us in saluting you for a job extremely “well done.”

       Our best wishes to you for happiness and success in the future.

      From the Soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Division MILSIM


      Celebrating Sergeant Maarten Gregoire's retirement, SGT M.Gregoire retires as former First Platoon, Third Squad, Fireteam Leader. SGT M.Gregoire enlisted into the 3rd Infantry Division Milsim Unit on May 18th, 2016 and served with distinction in his time here. He moved up through the ranks and various leadership positions such as  3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, Army Aviator including First Platoon, Platoon Medic and Forward Observer, even serving as First Platoon, Second Squad, Squad Leader throughout his several tours in the 3rd Infantry Division Milsim. By the end of March he was selected as Fireteam Leader in Third  Squad, First Platoon, Alpha Company where he has been leading from the front ever since. 

      Sergeant Maarten Gregoire earned and received a number of medals during his time here in the 3rd Infantry Division including the Purple Heart and Soldier’s Medal. SGT M.Gregoire graduated from a number of special schools as well within the unit including Airborne, Air Assault, Advanced Radio Communications and Ranger School. He used the experience and knowledge from these schools to lead his fireteam and squad when called upon as an honorable example to all others during his time here. Congratulations on your retirement Sergeant Maarten Gregoire and we wish you all the best!


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