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COMMAND POST NCOIC EOT ARCOM

ACHIEVEMENT #1 __RANK / NAME__ served as the Command Post NCOIC in ____ Company, Task Force ________ Battalion. He spearheaded the establishment of company operations immediately upon arrival to _BASE_ and to _BASE_ after our jump, enabling a seamless transition of command and control and personnel services for _#_ Soldiers. This resulted in immediate and long term success during the unit’s deployment in support of ____________.

ACHIEVEMENT #2 While assigned as the Company Training NCO, __RANK / NAME__ conducted multiple classes and training events to include OPSEC, weapons clearing, COMSEC operations, Preliminary Marksmanship Instruction, redeployment briefings, and administered over _#_ Army Physical Fitness Tests. These classes and events greatly enhanced the unit's readiness level. He gave technical assistance to instructors as needed in preparation for classes.

ACHIEVEMENT #3 __RANK / NAME__ used his prior knowledge as an 11B infantryman to develop and administer an advanced marksmanship range training in support of training objectives with outstanding results. He enforced strict standards and discipline while still maintaining high morale to ensure that his Soldiers were safe and well taken care of while they accomplished their missions. His devotion to duty and ability to perform in difficult work conditions were crucial factors contributing to the company’s overall success.

ACHIEVEMENT # 4 __RANK / NAME__ served independently as the BIAP LNO for Multi-National Division-Baghdad (MND-B) United States Division-Central (USD-C) at Baghdad International Airport. He tracked inbound and outbound Soldiers and civilians on EML, Emergency Leave,
redeployment, medical evacuations, and individual and monthly group replacements. He constantly provided replacement flight information to the S1 and Division G1 immediately upon flight arrivals and departures to and from BIAP, for necessary life support.

88M - SVC - ARCOM

ACHIEVEMENT #1 __________ was selected by the Platoon Leader to be a member of the Downed Aircraft Recovery Team (DART) security force. _______________ proved to be a vital asset to the DART by serving as a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle driver. He/She demonstrated initiative, attention to detail, and dedication through countless hours of training, Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS), battle drills, readiness rehearsals, and RTO classes.

ACHIEVEMENT #2 ___________ played a critical role in working with Class V throughout ___________________________. He/She maintained 100% accountability of all Class V items. _______________ assisted in the transport of the battalion's ordnance to the Rearming Ammunition Point (RAP). His/Her efforts ensured the Task Force's success by providing ammunition so the battalion could conduct numerous combat operations, security, and stabilization operation missions.

ACHIEVEMENT #3 ___________ was responsible for dispensing over 10,000 flares without any incidents or damage to equipment. His/Her attention to detail impacted the Task Force by enabling twenty-four hour support operations. _______________'s dedication to the mission and willingness to accept challenges fostered a positive work environment.

91B - SVC - ARCOM

ACHIEVEMENT #1 __RANK & Name__ unparalleled commitment and work ethic led to the completion of _#_ vehicle services and _#_ unscheduled maintenance repairs to various types of equipment. __RANK & Name__ was sought after throughout the battalion for her/his knowledge and expertise on All Terrain Vehicles (ATV). Her/His unwavering dedication to the mission directly contributed to the _#_% Operational Readiness Rate of the Task Force's ground equipment.

ACHIEVEMENT #2 __RANK & Name__ was selected by the company commander to serve on the Task Force Nightmare's Downed Aircraft Recovery Team (DART) Security Force. Her/He received over 40 hours of training on the Caiman Mine Resistant Armor Protected (MRAP) vehicle which allowed her/him to be successfully licensed. __RANK & Name__ participated in Convoy, Blue Force Tracker, Duke system and radio communications training. Her/He participated in _#_ Base Reactionary Force (BRF) patrols for the DART Security Force element.

ACHIEVEMENT #3 __RANK & Name__ dedication to the mission was impeccable. Her/He spent many late nights completing missions without any safety violations or any on-the-job accidents. Her/His attention to detail while working with dangerous equipment ensured the safety of everyone in the work area.

ACHIEVEMENT #4 __RANK & Name__ served as the Company Mail Handler from __Date__ to __Date__. __RANK & Name__'s personal involvement improved the morale of company Soldiers by delivering numerous packages and letters in a timely manner. Her/His positive attitude and outlook provided an excellent example for her/his peers to emulate.

92A - SVC - ARCOM

ACHIEVEMENT #1 __RANK & Name__ received and processed _#_ tactical vehicle, _#_ generator, and _#_ utility vehicle services in the SAMS-1E system. He/She sent vehicle statuses through interfacing with SAMS-2E daily and sent manhour reports to SAMS-2E weekly. On a monthly basis he/she assisted in the reporting of The Army Material Management System (TAMMS) to SAMS-2E. He/She was a driving force that contributed to the _#%_ Operational Readiness Rate for the battalion's ground equipment.

ACHIEVEMENT #2 ___________ spearheaded the section's setup of their Prescribed Load List (PLL) office in less than 24 hours. He/She assisted in the assembly and connection of the PLL Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) satellite and participated in the connection of _#_ SAMS-1E laptops. His/Her driven performance kept ____Echo Company ahead of the rest of the ________ Brigade in relation to their Standard Army Management Information System (STAMIS) readiness upon arrival to _________________.

ACHIEVEMENT #3 ___________ received Class IX parts at the Supply and Support Activity (SSA) daily. These parts included sensitive items, Class III items and pilferaged parts. He/She received and processed parts in excess of $________ without loss. His/Her dedication was an integral part to the accomplishment of ______ Company, ____________ Battalion's mission.

92G - SVC - ARCOM

ACHIEVEMENT #1 __RANK & Name__ served as a key member of the ________ Brigade contracted dining facility, while assigned to __________________, providing vital combat service support to over _#_ Soldiers and Civilians to include daily LOGPAC operations supporting up to __#__ personnel a day. He/She took initiative to take corrective actions with KBR representatives to ensure the highest food service standards were maintained.

ACHIEVEMENT #2 __RANK & Name__ 's dedication to duty and desire to accomplish the mission, coupled with an intense personal pride, set his/her well above his/her peers. His/Her military bearing and commitment set the standard for others to emulate. In the absence of orders he/she took charge of the battalion satellite dining facility supporting Army, Air Force, DOD Civilians and Contractors. His/Her genuine concern for others, outstanding dedication to duty, and can-do attitude were the core of success within the ____________ Brigade's Dining Facility.

ACHIEVEMENT #3 __RANK & Name__ provided assistance and military oversight to ___ contracted food service workers in performing proper receiving and storing of Class I subsistence, sanitation, food preparation, and serving. His/Her attention to detail while assigned to ________ dining facilities resulted in zero incidents throughout the _#_ month deployment.

92Y - SVC - ARCOM

ACHIEVEMENT #1  Serving as the company's primary supply clerk, __RANK & Name__ ordered, received, turned-in, and issued equipment shortages and supplies totaling $__________. Her/His attention to detail helped the unit maintain 100% compliance with 24 consecutive reconciliations (RECONs) and assisted with the lateral transfer and turn-in of a Theater Property Book (TPE) hand receipt valued over $_______.

ACHIEVEMENT #2 _RANK & Name_ performance greatly contributed to the serviceability and accountability of the unit's equipment. His/Her hard work and dedication enabled his/her to order and issue Army Direct Ordering (ADO) to the company valued at $_________. His/Her attention to detail and safety habits enabled the section to accomplish all of its assigned missions without safety incidents or violations.

ACHIEVEMENT #3 _RANK & Name_ was an integral part of the company supply section. His/Her hard work, diligence, and selfless service were directly responsible for ensuring containers were properly inventoried and packed for the successful relocation from _________. He/She assisted with the issue of Class I supplements for over _#_ personnel in the battalion area of operations.

Food Service EOT ARCOM

ACHIEVEMENT #1  __"Name"____ distinguished himself/herself with his/her professionalism and competence that enabled his/her to win the Combat Aviation Brigade Food Service Soldier of the Quarter competition. ___"Name"____ has been an outstanding Soldier, his/her performance, dedication, and can-do attitude were unparalleled in the Combat Aviation Brigade's Dining Facility.

ACHIEVEMENT #2 _"Name"___ actively participated as a key member of the Combat Aviation Brigade contracted dining facility, while assigned to COS _____ and COB ________, providing vital combat service support to over _#_ Soldiers and Civilians to include daily LOGPAC operations supporting up to _#_ personnel a day. He/She took initiative to personally take corrective actions with the KBR representative to ensure the highest food service standards were maintained and enforced while working countless hours.

ACHIEVEMENT #3 __"Name"___ provided essential assistance and military oversight to _#_ contracted food service workers in performing proper receiving and storing of Class I Subsistence, sanitation, food preparation and serving. He/Her attention to detail resulted in zero accidents or incidents throughout the 12 month deployment.

LFX-OCT-ACH-ARCOM

ACHIEVEMENT #1 SFC ________'s expertise as an Infantryman was overwhelmingly evident in his duties as an Observer Coach Trainer (OC/T), while serving as a OC/T for ______IN. SFC ______ quickly developed a relationship with the three platoons executing a platoon attack live fire, coaching and training, team, squad and platoons leaders in the planning and execution of a platoon attack. SFC ________'s exemplary coaching and training abilities were commended by the ____BCT CDR, who specifically sought him out on the range to thank him for his work.

Small Group Leader - PCS SSG ARCOM

ACHIEVEMENT #1 While serving as a Small Group Leader, SSG _____ trained over 198 Junior Noncommissioned Officers during his tenure at the NCO Academy, Hawaii with a graduation rate of 99% and 60% resulted in graduation with honors. His/Her mentorship, yielded two students receiving Distinguished Honor Graduates, four leadership Awardees, 30 Commandant's List Awardees and 50 Academic Awardees to his credit.

ACHIEVEMENT #2 As a Small Group Leader at the NCO Academy, SSG _____ demonstrated an unparalleled work ethic and professionalism coupled with, dedication to excellence enabled him to be selected as Instructor of the Cycle over 17 other Small Group Instructors. Because of SSG ____'s knowledge and experience he was chosen to certify 3 newly appointed instructors who are currently Small group Leaders. SSG ______'s service as a Small Group Leader has proven to be extremely invaluable to the future of the NCO corps and the NCO Academy.

ACHIEVEMENT #3 SSG ___ has distinguished himself by unwavering support of the Noncommissioned Officer Academy through tireless efforts in the area of Supervision, Discipline, Commitment to Excellence and support of the 25th ID and USARHA W. SSG _____ has flawlessly served as a member of the Land Navigation, and Graduation Committees for WLC. His commitment to training Junior NCO's during the situational training exercise (STX) will fortify the leadership role in future leaders on the battlefield.

ACHIEVEMENT #4 SSG _____ worked long hours researching, planning, developing, coaching and mentoring future Noncommissioned Officers. He is continuously improving himself as a soldier and leader by completing the Total Army Instructor Training Course (TAITC), Small Group Instructor Training Course (SGITC), and the Certification Program for his "H" identifier for becoming a WLC Instructor. SSG _____ is a true pioneer and set the stage for other instructors to emulate.