On June 7, the Army Special Operations Command recognized ten soldiers and civilians from across its special operations units for their distinguished service.

Brig. Gen. Harrison Gilliam, the deputy commanding officer of the U.S. Army Special Warfare Center and School, inducted five soldiers into the Special Forces Regiment, two soldiers into the Civil Affairs Regiment, and three soldiers into the Psychological Operations Regiment as distinguished members.

The induction ceremony is held twice every year. According to the local newspaper, The Fayetteville Observer, General Gilliam said he always looks forward to the ceremony, and particularly the reading of the inductees’ biographies, “because they talk about the valor, and the jobs, and the tremendous effort that goes into supporting our soldiers and what they’ve done.”

Here are the five new distinguished members of the Special Forces Regiment: