LTC Daniel Wojciechowski has provided unparalleled service to the IO community for over sixteen years. He is a distinguished plank holder within the community and demonstrates the highest standards of integrity and moral character. During his tenure, his actions resulted in exceptional contributions in both day-to-day activities and while deployed in support of Special Operations Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve as the Director of Information Operations. While deployed, LTC Wojciechowski’s actions were vital to the support of combat, security, and stability operations to defeat Da’esh/ISIS in Iraq and Syria. LTC Wojciechowski’s ability to plan, synchronize, and integrate information related capabilities within the command and across higher and adjacent echelons contributed to bettering cognitive security knowledge and practices. LTC Wojciechowski provided key recommendations and guidance on the implementation of MISO, Military Deception, Space, Cyberspace, Electronic Warfare, and other information related effects in support of US special operations displaying an outstanding degree of professional competence. LTC Wojciechowski has been an essential node to the successful operations of the 156th IO Battalion, while serving as the Battalion Commander. LTC Wojciechowski’s exceptional leadership in training, preparing, deploying multiple Field Support Teams (FST), and over a dozen overseas deployment training (ODT) events greatly enhanced the quality, professionalism, and capabilities of the Soldiers within the organization, while concurrently drawing special recognition from key leaders in the CENTCOM and INDOPACOM area of operations. LTC Wojciechowski’s command vison and drive for improving the caliber of all IO practitioners led to a robust IO exercise model based on a quarterly situational training exercise (STX) and an annual field training exercise (FTX). This focused training approach led to increased professionalism, comradery, and competence among the Soldiers of the 156th IO Battalion and has greatly attributed to the excellent reputation the Soldiers and organization have today.