Some people go to work in offices every day while others have their work environment change daily. For many members of the U.S. Armed Forces, work includes being deployed to a foreign country, which entails many challenges, including cultural gaps and language differences. Global Linguist Solutions (GLS) linguists bridge these gaps and differences by helping service members and their commands effectively conduct daily operations. At times they even save lives. During the week of 7-11 March 2016, Kosovo Forces 20 (KFOR 20) at Camp Bondsteel (CBS) and Camp Marechal De Latter de Tassigny (CMLT), Novo Selo heaped accolades upon GLS employees in recognition for their services over the past nine months:
GLS linguists service in a capacity that often goes unsung. They do their jobs day in and day out to support their customer’s international objectives. Often nothing is said unless a noticeable mistake has been made. At those time, satisfaction at a job well done has to be its own reward. Sometimes, however, customers do acknowledge that their linguists are integral members of the team. GLS takes great pleasure in congratulating the above awardees for well-deserved recognition of jobs preformed with great skill, professionalism, and dedication.