JShepard is by far the most active member of Task Force 93, he has come in strong and has no sign of slowing down. It’s members like him that set an example for the rest of the members which he helped to encourage both as a Task Force as a whole and those that were in his Task Group as well. When the Fleet Action started, JShepard dove straight in and participated in just about every competition that was offered. After receiving his battlefield promotion just after the first phase to the rank of Commander, he has participated in 21 competitions, earning a total of 31 challenge coins overall.
However, JShepard didn't just stop there. During the Fleet Action, he had earned a whopping 108 service ribbons which equated to about 27,000 words, placing himself in each of the three phases' Service Ribbon races as well as the fleet-wide one.
Gaming, he was also no stranger earning himself 14 Strategic Action Ribbons, 40 Combat Action Ribbons, and 1 Campaign Ribbon which allowed him to place in all but one of the Action Ribbon races.
All of these placements throughout the competitions earned him four Starfleet Gold Stars, seven Starfleet Silver Stars, and five Starfleet Bronze Stars.
And if that wasn't enough, JShepard has also earned his very first Starfleet Medal of Commendation on the anniversary of Gene Roddenberry’s birth for his dedication to Task Force 93 and Bravo Fleet, so because of this, I am happy to nominate JShepard for the Jonathan Archer Order of Merit!