DoD, National Guard Applaud Calvert Sheriff’s Office for Continued Support

The United States Military Department of Defense and the United States National Guard this week recognized the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office for its continued support of employees currently serving on active duty or in a reserve capacity.

According to a Calvert County Sheriff’s Office press release,

The Department of Defense Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESRG) is a non-profit organization that supports employees who are active members of the National Guard and Reserve forces of the military.  The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is fortunate to have several members who serve in the military reserves.  Currently one member is on Active Duty Orders in his reserve capacity.

Today, Lieutenant Tim Fridman (Deputy Commander of Criminal Investigations) and Sheriff Mike Evans were recognized for their continued support of these employees.  Detective William Rector re-enlisted into the Army Reserves and is currently assigned to Fort Meade, MD.  The training needs and potential for extended deployments are an ever-present reality, however the overwhelming support of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office to those employees who are in the reserve components of the military make these challenges easier to deal with.

Calvert County Sheriff Mike Evans, Major (Ret.) Warren Johnson from ESGR, LT. Tim Fridman, and Detective William Rector (photo courtesy: Calvert County Sheriff’s Office)

Read the full press release for more information.