Character NCOER Bullets

 

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BULLET EXAMPLES:

NOTE: MAKE SURE BULLETS REFLECT YOUR NCO. This guide isn’t intended to be a source of “cut and paste” bullets for you to simply “check the block” on an evaluation.  Instead, these examples are intended to get you, the Rater, to break your writer’s block and create unique bullets for your NCO.

Due to the unique nature of the attributes and competencies, some bullets might be a fit for more than one location.

PART IV – PERFORMANCE EVALUATION, PROFESSIONALISM, ATTRIBUTES, AND COMPETENCIES (DA PAM 623-3, Table 3-9)

APFT, PART IV, a.

Comments are required for “Failed” APFT, “No” APFT, or “Profile” when it precludes performance of duty, and “No” for Army Weight Standards. This section DOES NOT have to be bulleted.

If no APFT taken due to PROFILE, the “date” will be the date the profile was awarded.

The APFT must be within 12 months of the “THRU” date, but DOES NOT have to be within the dates covered by the NCOER.

Bullets/Comments for Bullet comments for “FAIL” entries may include the reason(s) for failure and/or note any progress toward meeting physical fitness standards of AR 350–1. FAIL bullets go in CHARACTER, c.

Bullets/Comments for outstanding APFT score or other positive fitness bullets will go in PRESENCE, d.  

If PROFILE, make a comment only if rated NCO’s ability to perform their duties is affected.

• NCOs profile limits the Soldier’s ability to lift heavy objects required by MOS.

Comment if no APFT has been taken within 12 months of the THRU date; e.g.:

• Exempt from APFT requirement in accordance with AR 40–501  

      ***( For pregnant NCOs who have not taken the APFT within the last 12 months due to pregnancy, temporary profiles, and/or convalescent leave.  NO REFERENCE to pregnancy will be made in the NCOER)

• NCO unable to take the APFT during this period due to deployment for combat operations/ contingency operations.

HT/WT, PART IV, b.

If there is no unit weigh-in during the period covered by the NCOER, the rater will enter the NCO’s height and weight as of the “THRU” date of the NCOER.

If a NO entry (failing HT/WT and or tape), comments on the reason for noncompliance. The progress or lack of progress in a weight control program will be indicated. E.g:

-This is the second time the NCO is on weight control program within the last 12 months

 

A Leader of Character Demonstrates:

ARMY VALUES

Developmental Need
Inconsistently demonstrates: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. Demonstrates these with more than occasional lapses in judgment.
Standard
Consistently demonstrates: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage.
Strength
Models Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. Promotes the associated principles, standards, and qualities in others.

EMPATHY

Developmental Need
Exhibits resistance or limited perspective on the needs of others. Words and actions communicate lack of understanding or indifference. Unapproachable and disinterested in personally caring for Soldiers.
Standard
Demonstrates an understanding of another person’s point of view. Identifies with others’ feelings and emotions. Displays a desire to care for Soldiers and others.
Strength
Attentive to other’s views and concerns. Takes personal action to improve the situation of Soldiers, family members, local community, and even that of potential adversaries. Breaks into training, coaching, or counseling mode when needed and role models empathy for others.

WARRIOR ETHOS/SERVICE ETHOS

Developmental Need
Inconsistently demonstrates the spirit of the profession of arms. Downplays the importance of this sentiment.

Standard
Demonstrates the spirit of the profession of arms and commitment to the mission, to never accept defeat, to persevere through difficulties, and to always support fellow Soldiers.
Strength
Models the spirit of the profession of arms. Instills this behavior in subordinates and others.

DISCIPLINE

Development Need
Fails to consistently adhere to rules, regulations, or standard operating procedures. 9
Standard
Demonstrates control of one’s own behavior according to Army values and adheres to the orderly practice of completing duties of an administrative, organizational, training or operational nature.
Strength
Demonstrates discipline in one’s own performance and encourages others to follow good practices of discipline as well. As situations call for it, readily enforces discipline when others fail to adhere to Army Values or to other standard practices.

Sharp Bullets / APFT Failure

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• promoted the personal and professional development of his/her subordinates

• ensured the fair, respectful treatment of assigned personnel

• established a workplace and overall command climate that fosters dignity and respect for all members of the group

• enforced a climate of dignity and respect through counseling and on the spot corrections

• dedicated to the values and traditions of the Army

• strongly supports the army SHARP program

• practiced equal opportunity throughout the platoon

• practiced fair and just treatment to all Soldiers

• strongly supports the army SHARP program, and ensured the fair, respectful treatment of assigned personnel

• created a positive work environment centered around dignity and respect to all Soldiers and NCOs which resulted in zero SHARP related incidents in his team

SHARP Bullets for Failing To Meet SHARP

• failed to report a SHARP incident

• fostered an environment of permissiveness toward inappropriate behavior

• routinely looked the other way when inappropriate comments were made in squad

• allowed individuals in platoon too be singled out and degraded based on race (sexuality/gender)

 

 

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Direct Level / E-5

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Did not meet standard

Rated NCO fails to meet or maintain the required Army standards and organizational goals of leader competencies and attributes; does not enforce or meet the standard for the unit or those in his/her charge; exhibits/displays minimal or no effort; actions often have a negative effect on the mission, their Soldiers, the unit, and the Army.

 

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• failed to enforce Army policies, unit morale declined; poor work environment/negative conduct resulted in a substantiated EO complaint

• failed to fulfill his leadership’s intent for positive and appropriate EO practices and integrity; exhibits poor judgment without consideration of results

• failed to support EO; encouraged a work environment of gender discrimination

• failed to enforce Army policies, unit morale declined; poor work environment/negative conduct resulted in a substantiated EO complaint

• exhibited poor leadership; retaliated against a Soldier making an EO complaint

• failed to support SHARP initiatives; committed an act of sexual harassment/sexual assault; severely lacks moral judgment

• received x substantiated IG complaints for his handling of Soldiers during postpartum PT

• inconsistently demonstrated duty and selfless service, often failed to complete tasks on time or to standard

• ignored policies, rules, regulations or SOPs on a consistent basis; section floundered toward mission goals; fell short on assigned tasks

• failed to maintain accountability of Soldiers under his supervision; fabricated status reports

• falsified the duty log skipping required checks to play video games

• was the subject of a substantiated EO complaint

• failed to consistently adhere to rules, regulations, or standard operating procedures

• inconsistently demonstrated Duty and Selfless Service, often failed to complete tasks on time or to standard

• frequent unwillingness to cooperate in working toward unit goals affected readiness

• undermines supervisors and subordinates by not showing proper respect to leaders and subordinates

• focused on his own advancement more than unit goals

• failed to respond to a complaint of sexual harassment/sexual assault

• committed an act of sexual harassment/sexual assault; severely lacks moral judgment

•repeatedly demonstrated and unwillingness to assist Soldiers with resolving problems or personal issues

• places his/her own needs over those of Soldiers and the unit; frequently acts in a self-serving manner

• fails to enforce policies that he/she personally disagrees with and openly discusses his contempt of leadership

• failed to ensure that the Army’s History, Customs, and Traditions were known/observed

• failed to establish appropriate personal and professional relationships with former peers, does not grasp new role and responsibilities as an NCO

• possesses the highest rate of unresolved or poorly resolved Soldier issues and concerns among his peers due a direct lack of effort

• failed to ensure that the Army’s History, Customs, and Traditions were known/observed

• failed to establish appropriate personal and professional relationships with former peers, does not grasp new role and responsibilities as an NCO

• possesses the highest rate of unresolved or poorly resolved Soldier issues and concerns among his peers due a direct lack of effort

• was the subject of a substantiated EO complaint

• failed to consistently adhere to rules, regulations, or standard operating procedures

• inconsistently demonstrated Duty and Selfless Service, often failed to complete tasks on time or to standard

• fails to uphold the Army Ethics

• moral standards inconsistent with Army Values

• lack leader core competencies needed to aspire Soldiers to grow

• failed to enforce Army policies creating a poor work environment and resulting in a substantiated EO complaint

• consistently failed to adhere to rules, regulations, or standard operating procedures leading to conflicts within the Army Values

• lack of maturity contributed to the perception of a lack of empathy; seen as unapproachable by his Soldiers

• did not demonstrate the spirit of a warrior; failed to advance the profession of arms

• engaged in inappropriate personal relationships demonstrating behavior inconsistent with good order and discipline

• does not present the image or bearing of an NCO

• failed to fulfill his leadership’s intent for positive and appropriate EO practices, integrity, and poor judgment without consideration of results

• violated a standing order from the Commander while under investigation

• risked the safety of post personal, and himself resulting in a driving under the influence conviction

• incapable to decide the right actions to take, both morally and ethically

• was the subject of a substantiated EO complaint

• failed to consistently adhere to rules, regulations, or standard operating procedures

• inconsistently demonstrated Duty and Selfless Service, often failed to complete tasks on time or to standard

• lacks discipline enforcing policies related to SHARP

• Does not obey orders; shows disrespect to other NCOs

• Falsified documents compromising integrity

• Did not report SHARP incidents

• Does not obey orders; shows disrespect to other NCOs

• demonstrated a lack of interest in completing daily tasks

• consistently fabricated excuses for missing formations

• left work early on several occasions without informing his direct supervisor

• undisciplined NCO; lacked the mindset and desire to enforce orderly practices and care for Soldiers; impacted units ability to sustain the means to perform to standard

• conducted himself negatively resulting in a substantiated EO complaint; unit morale declined as a result

• ignored policies, rules, regulations or standard operating procedures on a consistent basis; center floundered towards mission goals; fell short on assigned tasks

• relieved from duty for an inappropriate relationship with his subordinate

• received two substantiated IG complaint for his handling of female Soldiers during Post-part um PT

• exercised poor judgment during off-duty hours; cited for driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated

• demonstrated poor judgment on duty; reported to staff duty intoxicated

• failed to support EO; encouraged a work environment of gender discrimination

• exhibited a lack of support for the Army Values; he submitted forged promotion documents to the S1

• failed to maintain accountability of Soldiers under his supervision; fabricated status reports

• compromised integrity by submitting altered documents; poor example to subordinates

• failed to fulfill his leadership’s intent for positive and appropriate EO practices

• difficulty transitioning into the role of NCO; allowed supports to refer to him by first name

• fails to address subordinate’s request for help with personal issues

• rated NCO fails to meet or maintain the required Army standards and organizational goals

• of leader competencies and attributes

• does not enforce or meet the standard for the unit or those in his/her charge; exhibits

• displays minimal or no effort

• actions often have a negative effect on the mission, their Soldiers, the unit, and the Army

• failed to support SHARP; committed an act of sexual harassment

• exhibited poor leadership; retaliated against a Soldier making an EO complaint

• relieved from duty as a Squad Leader for an inappropriate relationship with his Soldier

 

 

Met standard

Rated NCO successfully achieves and maintains the required Army standards and organizational goals of leader competencies and attributes; effectively meets and enforces the standard for the unit and those in his/her charge; succeeds by taking appropriate initiative in applying the leader competencies and attributes; results have a positive impact on the mission, their Soldiers, the unit, and the Army; this level of performance is considered normal and typically demonstrated by a majority of NCOs of the same grade.

 

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• extremely devoted NCO who accomplished all tasks with superb results

• maintained high moral and ethical standards on and off duty

• set the example by taking initiative and accepting responsibility

• established a workplace environment and overall command climate fostering dignity and respect for all team members; fully supports SHARP

• fully supports the Army SHARP/EO programs to foster an environment free of harassment through dedicated training and by his own example

• established and maintained the highest standard of excellence for himself and the unit; deeply respected by every Soldier, NCO, and officer in the company

• selfless service beyond reproach; completely dedicated to the mission and Soldiers

• exceptionally unselfish in commitment to subordinates, unit, and mission

• demonstrated sincere caring for Soldiers by inspiring and developing performance through counseling and NCOPDs

• committed to excellence by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to Soldiers, while completing 100% of all tasks

• uses the Army values as everyday teaching points to enhance Soldiers’ understanding and compliance

• consistently demonstrated loyalty to the Army Values and the profession of arms regardless of the situation

• uses the Warrior Ethos to teach unit actions to newly assigned personnel

• displayed genuine care and concern for Soldiers and their Families; eager to support personal and professional growth of subordinates though challenging training and course work

• demonstrated maturity and self-control when under pressure; displayed a high level of maturity and responsibility

• demonstrated a love and passion for serving his Army; dedicated to the Army way of life and being a model of discipline and Army values

• contributed his talents to the local senior citizens’ home by volunteering numerous hours of personal time teaching piano lessons

• guided all decisions based on Army values and principles; a diligent NCO whose courage and resolve permeated the unit; embodied the spirit of the profession of arms

• exhibited moral reasoning daily; increased center’s awareness to act ethically in all situations; displayed honest concern for the health and welfare of his/her Soldiers

• section is the only section to maintain Unit Safety Streamer; xx months and running

• exposed corruption in the supply chain; disclosed $xxK in contractor fraud

• effectively meets and enforces standards; succeeds by taking appropriate initiative in applying the leader competencies and attributes

• established a workplace environment and overall command climate that fosters dignity and respect for all team members; fully supports SHARP

• established and maintained the highest standard of excellence for himself and the unit; has the deepest respect of every Soldier, NCO, and Officer in the company

• maintained high moral and ethical standards on and off duty

• selfless service beyond reproach; completely dedicated to the mission and Soldiers

• demonstrated sincere caring for Soldiers by inspiring and developing performance through counseling and NCOPD’s

• committed to training and caring for soldiers and their families

• exceptionally unselfish in commitment to subordinates, unit and mission

• bear true faith and allegiance to the U.S. constitution, the Army, and other soldiers

• does not tolerate abusive or demeaning behavior

• places mission accomplishment and the needs of his/her Soldiers above personal goals and needs

• routinely demonstrated the willingness to enforce tough standards and take responsibility for his actions

• uses initiative and perseverance to overcome challenges and obstacles to mission accomplishment

• actively engaged newly promoted NCOs as a peer mentor

• polices the conduct of both Soldiers and peers at all times regardless of duty status

• actively engaged newly promoted NCOs as a peer mentor

• polices the conduct of both Soldiers and peers at all times regardless of duty status

• resists pressure to accept the status quo, challenges those around to improve their environment

• maintained high moral and ethical standards on and off duty

• selfless service beyond reproach; completely dedicated to the mission and Soldiers

• lives by the Army Values and fosters an environment with regard for respect to individuals

• provided clear and concise guidance to Soldiers to encourage them to build trust

• clear self-understanding on Army Commitment to Warrior Ethos

• consistently demonstrated loyalty to the Army Values and the profession of arms regardless of the situation

• displayed genuine care and concern for Soldiers and their families; eager to support personal and professional growth of subordinates

• selfless service beyond reproach; completely dedicated to the mission and Soldiers

• lead by example regardless of circumstances; integrity and self-discipline are above reproach

• demonstrated maturity and self-control when under pressure; displayed a high level of maturity and responsibility

• did not hesitate to address unfair perceptions, statements, or actions

• demonstrated integrity and good judgment with consideration of the organizations SOPs and TTPs

• displayed uncompromising loyalty to the Command, the Soldiers and SHARP

• voiced his opinion and presented views intelligently and logically

• leads with strong intellect, physical presence, professional competence, high moral character, and serves as a role model

• set the example by taking initiative and accepting responsibility

• maintained high moral and ethical standards on and off duty

• selfless service beyond reproach; completely dedicated to the mission and Soldiers

• fully supports the Army SHARP/EO program

• dedicated to the Army ethics embodied the Warrior Ethos

• placed the mission first; focused in positive results

• constantly focused on mission accomplishments

• demonstrated a love and passion for serving his Army; dedicated to the Army way of life and being a model of discipline and Army values

• fully supported and enforced SHARP in all interactions with seniors, peers and subordinates; committed to the safety and well-being of every Soldier

• contributed his talents to the local Senior Citizens Home by volunteering numerous hours of personal time to teaching piano lesson to its residents

• guided all decisions based on Army values and principals; a diligent NCO with courage and resolve that permeated the unit; embodied the spirit of the profession of arms

• exhibited moral reasoning daily; increased centers awareness to act ethically in all situations; displayed honest concern for the health and welfare of (his/her) Soldiers

• exhibited the highest standards of loyalty and integrity; a true role model for junior Army Reserve Career Counselors; Soldiers desired to emulate (his/her) behavior

• extremely devoted NCO that accomplished all tasks with superb results; fully supports the Army’s SHARP program

• promotes a climate in which people are treated with dignity and respect regardless of their race gender, creed, or religious beliefs; unparalleled integrity

• embodies the highest standards of loyalty and integrity; a trusted and pivotal member of the team

• supported the Army SHARP program; fostered an environment free of harassment through training and by his own example

• committed to Army Equal Opportunity Program and enabling Soldiers to grow as leaders

• treated Soldiers with respect regardless of rank gender or ethnicity

• unquestionably loyal to the U.S. Army

• dedicated team player who works well with all Soldiers

• worked hard to make sure that every member of the squad has an equal opportunity to become successful

• squad complete all Warrior Task and Battle Drills with first time go’s

• relates to Soldier and provides appropriate guidance

• section is the only section to maintain Unit Safety Streamer; 25 months and running

• use the Warrior Ethos to teach newly assigned personnel unit actions

• exposed corruption in the supply chain; disclosed 75k contractor fraud

• trains EO and SHARP on a one on one basis during monthly counseling

• rated NCO successfully achieves and maintains the required Army standards and organizational goals of leader competencies and attributes

• effectively meets and enforces the standard for the unit and those in his/her charge; succeeds by taking appropriate initiative in applying the leader competencies and attributes

• results have a positive impact on the mission, their Soldiers, the unit, and the Army

• this level of performance is considered normal and typically demonstrated by a majority of NCOs of the same grade

• supported the Army SHARP program; fostered an environment free of harassment through training and by his own example

• committed to Army Equal Opportunity Program and enabling Soldiers to grow as leaders

• treated Soldiers with respect regardless of rank, gender or ethnicity

 

 

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Did not meet standard

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• was the subject of a substantiated EO complaint/retaliated against a Soldier making an EO complaint

• failed to enforce Army policies creating a poor work environment resulting in a substantiated EO complaint/SHARP violation

• consistently failed to adhere to rules, regulations, or SOPs which led to conflicts with the Army Values and adversely affected the organization

• did not serve as a steward of the profession of arms; lacked empathy and support for Soldiers in his charge and their Families

• failed to display integrity in his actions; multiple infractions of Army regulations and policies resulted in removal from leadership position

• immaturity contributed to a perceived of a lack of empathy; viewed as unapproachable by Soldiers within the squad/crew/platoon/company/troop

• failed to conform to Army regulations by abusing his position and authority which led to subordinates becoming involved in his personal matters

• continually argued with seniors and peers in the organization presenting a lack of professionalism while diminishing unit morale

• demonstrated a lack of concern for his staff and their Families by failing to strike a balance between work and family obligations

• failed to complete tasks on time or to standard

• failed to live by and adhere to the Army Values; his lack of judgment and commitment were detrimental to the good order and discipline within the organization

• did not serve as a steward of the profession of arms; lacked empathy and support for Soldiers in his charge and their Families

• total disregard for the EO program fostered a hostile work environment for subordinates

• character suspect; always in the middle of complaints or allegations as a protagonist

• did not foster a professional work environment; Soldiers were exposed to prejudice, sexist remarks, and cliques

• encouraged disloyalty to the unit and Army in his subordinates through postings of personal views on social media

• was the subject of a substantiated EO complaint

• failed to consistently adhere to rules, regulations, or standard operating procedures

• inconsistently demonstrated Duty and Selfless Service, often failed to complete tasks on time or to standard

• fails to uphold the Army Ethics

• moral standards inconsistent with Army Values

• lack leader core competencies needed to aspire Soldiers to grow

• failed to enforce Army policies creating a poor work environment within the organization which resulted in a substantiated EO complaint/SHARP violation

• consistently failed to adhere to rules, regulations, or standard operating procedures which led to conflicts with the Army Values and adversely affecting the organization

• immaturity contributed to a perceived of a lack of empathy; viewed as unapproachable by Soldiers within the squad/crew/platoon/company/troop

• did not demonstrate the spirit of a warrior by allowing minor setbacks to affect his squad/crew/platoon/company/troop; failed to advance the profession of arms

• engaged in inappropriate personal relationships within his squad/crew/platoon/ company/ troop; demonstrated behavior inconsistent with good order and discipline

• failed to live up to the Army Values

• failed to display integrity in his actions; multiple infractions of Army Regulations and policies resulting in removal from leadership position

• failed to report the loss of sensitive explosive training aid

• incapable to decide the right actions to take, both morally and ethically

• falsified an official statement when questioned by an Investigating Officer

• incapable of maintaining accountability of sensitive items, lost personally assigned weapon

• failed to live up to the Army values by having an inappropriate senior-subordinate relationship

• lack of loyalty to unit, position, and subordinates was unacceptable

• lacks integrity, collaborated a false story with peers to elude responsibility

• failed to conform to Army Regulations by abusing his position and authority which led to subordinates becoming involved in his personal matters

• subject of three EO complaints during rating period

• relieved from duty for integrity violation

• struggles with Army values

• failed to report SHARP incident

• displayed questionable leadership ability; failed to set the example for peers and subordinates

• inconsistent commitment to the Army values, relieved for misconduct

• failed to report or intervene when witnessing a SHARP incident

• displayed questionable leadership ability; failed to set the example for peers and subordinates

• fails to live up to the Army values and places no moral emphasis on the Warriors ethos

• continuously argued with seniors and peers in the organization presenting a lack of professionalism while diminishing unit morale

• demonstrated a lack of concern for his staff and their family by failing to strike a balance between work and family obligations

• presented a toxic leadership style unacceptable in today’s Army

• lacked dedicated effort; non-existent personal contributions caused the units inability to move forward; oblivious to the concept of obligation and responsibility

• established a workplace and overall environment that deprived dignity and respect for all members of the organization

• failed to demonstrated Duty and Selfless Service; often fell short when completing tasks on time and to standard; damaged unit discipline

• relieved from duty for an inappropriate relationship with his subordinate

• received two substantiated IG complaint for his handling of female Soldiers during Post-part um PT

• exercised poor judgment during off-duty hours; cited for driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated

• committed an act of sexual harassment against Soldier in unit orderly room; lacks moral judgment

• retaliated against a victim that filed a report of sexual harassment; does not support the SHARP program or possess any of the seven Army Values

• failed to respond to a complaint of sexual harassment by female Soldiers in the barracks

• placed his integrity in question; failed to do what was legally and morally right

• did not exemplify the Army Values, fostered a toxic work environment in his shop

• failed to comply with orders; showed disrespect to NCOs and required constant supervision

• fails to understand and share in Soldiers personal challenges

• removed from SHARP position due to integrity lapse

• does not relate to the total Soldier concept; numerous off post incidents

• Soldier does not show unquestionable values of trust; provided false data on platoon readiness

• Soldier does those things that are unbecoming and/or compromises the foundation of what a leader should, be, know, and do (improper relationship, fraternization, loyalty and integrity questioned etc.)

• demonstrated a lack of concern for Soldiers welfare; committed an act of sexual harassment against his Soldier

• displayed poor leadership; failed to report a sexual assault that occurred during a FTX

• retaliated against a Soldier making an EO complaint

• used her MOS proficiency to deceive supervisors and subordinates

• was convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol

• perception of improper conduct adversely affected morale and discipline within the unit

• failed to consistently adhere to rules, regulations, or standard operating procedures

• integrity compromised by his submission of false documents/reports

• failed to respond to a complaint or report of the Army Equal Opportunity Policy 

• does not support SHARP/EO/EEO

• committed an act of sexual harassment or sexual assault

• failed to report a sexual harassment or sexual assault

• failed to respond to a complaint or report of sexual harassment or sexual assault

• retaliated against a person making a complaint or report of sexual harassment or sexual assault

• did not set the example of Be, Know and Do; did not ensure his Soldiers were at training on time on two occasions

 

 

Met standard

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• established an EO and SHARP platoon culture that was quickly emulated across the battalion; incidents fell by xx%

• enforced the SHARP program; managed a positive command climate; ensured unit was trained on the importance of reporting and vast ramifications of unfavorable action

• fostered a climate of dignity and respect by adhering to SHARP programs; ensured the fair and respectful treatment of assigned personnel

• identified SHARP deficiencies in the company and took appropriate steps to ensure guilty Soldiers received punishment; increased unit esprit de corps

• gets at the root cause of Soldier’s personal challenges; seeks effective solutions to change destructive behaviors

• consistently demonstrated loyalty to the Army and the profession of arms regardless of situation furthering the Army as a profession; always chose the harder right

• displayed genuine care and concern for Soldiers and their Families; eager to support personal and professional growth of subordinates

• displays a high level of responsibility in keeping with the Warrior Ethos and the Army as a profession; demonstrates maturity and self-control under pressure

• a fiercely loyal and honorable NCO whose impeccable moral and ethical values serve as the standard for others to emulate; personifies Be, Know, Do

• demonstrated unquestionable loyalty and integrity as a valued advisor to the NCOA Commandant on all NCOES matters

• embodied selfless service; ensured duty obligations were fulfilled before giving consideration to personal needs; enabled organization to build trust and credibility

• promotes a climate in which people are treated with dignity and respect regardless of their race, gender, creed, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs; unparalleled integrity

• epitomized warrior ethos; a role model for IN Soldiers to emulate

• took action at every opportunity to improve the situation of Soldiers and their families

• models the Army values; promotes those values in others

• consistently demonstrates adherence to and understanding of the Army Values

• set the example for subordinates by fully supporting the SHARP and EO programs

• committed to mission accomplishment and the welfare of his Soldiers

• instills SHARP focus in all activities, places an onus on peer intervention

• utilizes the Army values as everyday teaching points to enhance Soldiers understanding and compliance personal appearance reflects favorably upon the Army

• lives an active off-duty lifestyle conducive to good fitness and health

• calm, cool and collected under stress; displays positive demeanor and emotional maturity in challenging situations

• maintained high moral and ethical standards on and off duty

• selfless service beyond reproach; completely dedicated to the mission and Soldiers

• lives by the Army Values and fosters an environment with regard for respect to individuals

• provided clear and concise guidance to Soldiers to encourage them to build trust

• clear self-understanding on Army Commitment to Warrior Ethos

• consistently demonstrated loyalty to the Army Values and the profession of arms regardless of situation furthering the Army as a profession; always chose the hard right

• displayed genuine care and concern for Soldiers and their families; eager to support personal and professional growth of subordinates

• selfless service beyond reproach; completely dedicated to the mission and Soldiers

• led by example regardless of how difficult the circumstances; integrity and self-discipline are above reproach fostering trust within the command

• displayed a high level of responsibility in keeping with the Warrior Ethos and the Army as a profession; demonstrated maturity and self-control under pressure

• his/her emphasis on SHARP and EO made a significant impact on the overall morale and climate of the Battalion as noted during the annual IG inspection

• consistently made on the spot corrections with regard to SHARP within the organization; fostering a harassment free environment

• produced exemplary achievement performance always above the normal call of duty

• displayed extreme professionalism in every aspect

• respected by NCO’s Officers and Civilian staff members for his loyalty, dedication to mission

• a fiercely loyal and honorable NCO whose impeccable moral and ethical values serve as the standard for others to emulate; the personification of “Be, Know, Do”

• epitome of the Noncommissioned Officer, continually exhibits the highest standards of loyalty, integrity, and personal behavior

• epitomizes the Army values in every aspect of his life

• steadfast, loyal, and dedicated to duty and senior leader vision

• mature, poised, and confident leader

• took action at every opportunity to improve the situation of Soldiers and their families

• models the Army values; promotes those values in others

• outstanding Financial steward professionally managed the organizations funds

• ensured all Soldiers adhering to SHARP programs; provide mandatory training for assigned personnel

• committed to excellence by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to Soldier, while completing 100% of all tasks

• committed to excellence and exudes quality in all tasks, both assigned and implied

• a passionate Senior Leader dedicated to caring for Soldiers and upholding Army values

• displayed a can-do attitude at all times helping to promote Army values in every Soldier in the organization

• demonstrated unquestionable loyalty and integrity as a valued advisor to the NCOA Commandant on all NCOES matters

• enforced the SHARP program; managed a positive command climate; ensured unit was trained on the importance of reporting and vast ramifications of unfavorable action

• embodied selfless service; ensured duty obligations were fulfilled before giving consideration to personal needs; enabled organization to build trust and credibility

• demonstrated an optimum level of integrity; disciplined unit that impacted METL success and strengthened morale within the organization

• extremely devoted NCO that accomplished all tasks with superb results; fully supports the Army’s SHARP program

• promotes a climate in which people are treated with dignity and respect regardless of their race , gender, creed, or religious beliefs; unparalleled integrity

• embodies the highest standards of loyalty and integrity; a trusted and pivotal member of the team

• supported the Army SHARP program; fostered an environment free of harassment through training and by his own example
• committed to Army Equal Opportunity Program and enabling Soldiers to grow as leaders
• treated Soldiers with respect regardless of rank gender or ethnicity

• she/he never compromised standards; always used tact and made on the spot corrections to seniors, peers and subordinates

• conducted duties in highest professional manner plausible; a true credit to the NCO Corps

• stellar example of the Army Values; makes the one the spot correction

• ability to relate to Soldier provides an avenue to refer Soldier to appropriate services

• established an EO and SHARP culture within the Platoon that was quickly emulated across the battalion; incidents fell by 65%
• uses the Warrior Ethos to teach newly assigned personnel unit actions

• exposed corruption in the SSA; choosing Army Values over personal safety

• breaks Solider concerns down to the actionable level; every one resolved without a lost Soldier

• Soldier shows professionalism and is morally and ethically strong

• outstanding leader, dedicated to mission accomplishment and the development of peers and subordinates

• vigorously enforces the Army SHARP and EO programs

• Soldier never compromised standards

• displayed a high degree of honesty, loyalty, and integrity

• dedicated to the values and traditions of the army

• personal lifestyle epitomizes the total NCO

• displayed an outstanding devotion to duty

• enforced strict adherence to army regulations

• possesses strong moral principles and personal values

• committed to the unit’s mission

• never hesitated to voice an honest opinion

• professional Soldier 24 hours a day 

• had the moral courage to state his opinions honestly and freely

• personal integrity was unquestionable

• encourages honesty and values

• exhibits highest standard of loyalty to superiors and the organization

• had courage to voice his opinions and present his views logically

• strong in character, pride and professionalism

• extremely loyal to unit

• set superb example for subordinates

• showed genuine concern for subordinates

• staunch believer of team building within his platoon

• totally dedicated to the army

• totally committed to team effort

• is both competent and dependable

• integrity is above reproach

• utterly dependable under all circumstances

• loyal to the unit and the NCO corps

• committed to excellence, a well disciplined NCO

• disciplined and enthusiastic NCO

• continually demonstrates leadership and integrity beyond reproach

• professional conduct above reproach

• integrity is unquestionable

• vigorously supports equal opportunity and fairness for all Soldiers

• respected for his candor and integrity

• not afraid to confront sensitive issues

• always candid; stands up for his Soldiers

• personal conduct on and off duty, reflects favorably on the NCO corps

• supported the Army SHARP and EO programs; upheld a climate of dignity and respect for all Soldiers in the platoon

• committed to living the Army Values and served as a sterling example for his Soldiers

 

 

Exceeded standard

Rated NCO performs above the required Army standards and organizational goals of leader competencies and attributes; this NCO and his/her Soldiers often take disciplined initiative in applying leader competencies and attributes; results have an immediate impact on the mission, their Soldiers, the unit, and the Army; this level of performance is not common, typically demonstrated by the upper third of NCOs of the same grade.

 

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• goes above and beyond to identify and resolve Soldier and Family issues; invests enormous effort to establish relationships with Soldier support agencies

• a values based leader; committed to living the Army Values and serves as a sterling example for his Soldiers

• fostered discipline and adherence to SOPs; his unit became the standard bearer across the organization

 

 

Far exceeded standard

Rated NCO performs extraordinarily above the required Army standards and organizational goals of leader competencies and attributes; leadership enables Soldiers and unit to far surpass required organizational and Army standards; demonstrated performance epitomizes excellence in all aspects; this NCO and his/her Soldiers consistently take disciplined initiative in applying leader competencies and attributes; results have an immediate impact and enduring effect on the mission, their Soldiers, the unit, and the Army; often demonstrated by the best of the upper third of the NCOs of the same grade.

 

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• made the SHARP program a top priority for his/her unit; facilitated numerous forums focused on changing the culture, thus eliminating SHARP incidents in the organization

• unmatched focus on discipline and the profession of arms; leads the most disciplined unit in the command

• unconditionally committed to the profession of arms; integrated female 12Bs into his formation seamlessly

• focus on discipline and the profession of arms is unmatched; leads the most disciplined organization within the command

 

 

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• fostered an environment of unbiased treatment and resiliency by supporting SHARP, Equal Opportunity and Resiliency Training Programs

• epitomized the Army Values and Warrior Ethos; committed whole-heatedly to the unit mission and Soldiers

• displayed the ability to adapt and make educated decisions during difficult situations relying on intuition, knowledge, and experience

• one of 22 recipients selected from a group of 2,000 candidates for a $200,000 Posse Veterans Foundation Scholarship

• emphasized the importance of and adherence to the SHARP, EO and Resiliency Training Programs

• outstanding leader, dedicated to mission accomplishment and leader development

• promoted dignity and respect towards all subordinates, peers, and leaders in accordance with the Army EO and SHARP programs