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SFC Atha SFC Stephen Atha has served with the Communications Management Support Team since August 1998, and has played a critical role in the support of the United States Secret Service. While on mission in New York on Sept. 11, 2001, he dedicated himself to assisting in the rescue and evacuation of Secret Service employees and other persons who were injured at the scene of the World Trade Center Complex. SFC Atha was instrumental in the 2004 Presidential Campaign. During the campaign, he was the Operations NCOIC and executed multiple protective communications missions in support of Senators Kerry and Edwards. SFC Atha was selected over his peers to serve as NCOIC of the CMST, a nominative E-8 position. He directed team members to support the 2005 Presidential Inauguration without incident. This is emblematic of the professionalism and the "Make It Happen" attitude that is within him. His professionalism and actions make him a true NETCOM hero.
SFC Stephen Atha


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