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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)

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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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• displayed a lack of sound judgment during off duty hours; resulted in an inappropriate personal relationship with a subordinate/Soldier’s arrest

• failed to actively participate in a several platoon AARs by refusing to acknowledge the need to improve performance after several training event

• failed to understand the actions required to ensure proper accountability of assigned equipment after multiple training and counseling sessions

• makes unnecessary hasty decisions without consideration of effects; frequently changes original decisions due to lack of foresight and application of proven methods

• demonstrated no concern for security and accountability of sensitive items by abandoning and leaving them unsecured for several days

• failed the promotion board due to an inability to interpret situational questions presented by the board panel

• lacked critical thinking affecting unit’s shaping operations; contributed to organization’s inability to fully complete assigned tasks and missions

• failed to meet required training requirements to attend Warrior Leader Course/Senior Leader Course/Advanced Leader Course

• failed to follow orders which led to loss of security clearance; resulted in an undermanned section unable to meet its mission

• unable to adapt to the dynamic scenarios during NTC Rotation xx-xx, consistently leading to the destruction of his vehicle during force-on-force engagements

• lacks the capacity and aptitude to contribute to better the team

• displayed poor judgment during off duty hours; resulted in Soldiers arrest

• lacks respect for chain of command and needs improvement in peer communication

• failed to actively participate in a several platoon AARs by refusing to acknowledge the need to improve performance after several training event

• lacked the expertise to train his subordinates on basic, skill level 1 demolition task during Sergeant’s Time Training

• failed to understand the actions required to ensure proper accountability of assigned equipment after multiple training and counseling sessions

• failed to certify on respective Field Artillery Weapons Systems

• demonstrated a lack of technical proficiency during Field Artillery Crew drills; resulted in an inability to supervise and manage subordinates

• makes unnecessary hasty decisions without consideration of effects; frequently changes original decisions due to lack of foresight and application of proven methods

• failed to attain crew level certifications in Ballistic Missile Alert Drills due to conceptual failure to process, determine flight profiles, and adapt to changing scenarios

• demonstrated a lack of technical proficiency as a Team Leader during MO&E and Missile Reload drills; resulted in an inability to supervise and manage subordinates

• makes unnecessary hasty decisions without consideration of effects; frequently changes original decisions due to lack of foresight and application of proven methods

• failed to adequately develop and lead subordinates to conduct routine task

• rigid mindset unopened to new thinking

• fails to commit to Army principles of leadership

• unable to provide rational persuasion within Army Leadership

• lack awareness of Mission Command

• lack intellectual capacity to move organization forward

• lacks self-awareness and tact when interacting with superiors and subordinates

• failed to grasp fundamentals of reconnaissance during NTC Rotation 3-14; unable to avoid decisive contact and answer commander’s PIR

• unable to adapt to the dynamic scenarios at NTC Rotation 4-15 which consistently lead to the destruction of his vehicle during force on force engagements

• demonstrated a lack of proficiency in technical aspects of tank gunnery resulting in an inability to train tank crew effectively and failure to qualify Tank Table VI

• hesitated in taking the appropriate actions or grasping new ideas when in unfamiliar situations

• displayed inappropriate behavior and a lack of tact when interacting with peers and superiors on numerous occasions

• demonstrated no concern for security and accountability of sensitive items by abandoning and leaving the unsecured for several days

• does not utilize time to improve knowledge of MOS related skills to become an efficient leader

• undermines what it means to be a Soldier, let alone a leader

• Soldier’s inability to execute a “systematic search pattern” resulted in his failure to certify with his assigned Military Working Dog

• failed to perform proper search of newly confined prisoner allowing contraband items to enter the correctional facility

• failed to identify, collect, and safeguard crucial evidence in an investigation which has a negative impact on the resolution of the case

• demonstrated a lack of proficiency in technical aspects of job; resulted in an inability to supervise and manage subordinates effectively

• demonstrated lapses in self-awareness when interacting with others; displayed inappropriate behavior and a lack of tact on numerous occasions

• scored 1+/1+ on the Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) in primary language; failed to meet the Army standard of 2/2

• demonstrated a lack of proficiency in technical aspects of job; resulted in an inability to supervise and manage subordinates effectively

• demonstrated lapses in self-awareness when interacting with others; displayed inappropriate behavior and a lack of tact on numerous occasions

• Soldier under-achieved during rating period, resulting in mission failure

• failed to step up in the absence of the NCOIC: refuse to take charge

• lacks enthusiasm and has no pride in performance

• Soldier under-achieved during rating period, resulting in mission failure

• failed to assume duties and responsibilities as a NCO in the absence of the NCOIC

• demonstrated a lack of instrumental proficiency as validated by his last AMPA audition assessment

• failed his promotion board due to his inability to interpret situational questions presented by the board panel

• unwilling to apply himself in seeking civilian educational opportunities

• degraded local community relations; lacked ability to interact and associate with district officials; failed to demonstrate basic recruiting core competencies; not self-aware

• used poor judgment; misguided Soldiers and their Family members during reenlistment interviews; deteriorated units ability to achieve reenlistment objectives

• lacked critical thinking affecting units shaping operations; contributed to organizations inability to fully complete assigned tasks and missions

• failed to prepare for Advanced Leader’s Course

• failed to achieve minimum standards in two functional courses

• failed to obtain a license on squad assigned equipment in preparation for two separate exercises

• failed to meet required training requirements to attend Warrior Leader Course

• failed to maintain security of $300K of Category I munitions; was ineffective in his inability to perform duties as an Ammunition NCO

• showed poor judgment when he attempted to navigate river bed with a non-tactical vehicle

• unwilling to share knowledge and experience; failed to mentor subordinate Soldiers

• failed to follow orders which led to loss of security clearance; resulted in an undermanned section unable to meet its mission

• demonstrated little regard for the security and accountability of sensitive items during deployment

• unable to comprehend the basic skills task in order to train squad

• makes poor choses that lead to constant supervision and lose of supervisor confidence

• decision thought process is on par with a Soldier of much lesser grade and service

• failed to embrace change; was counseled several times on adherence to maintenance safety SOPs

• degraded maintenance support capabilities within the section due to lack of technical proficiency

• displayed a lack of sound judgment during off duty hours; resulted in an inappropriate personal relationship with a subordinate

 

 

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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• consistently demonstrates complete understanding by injecting the right amount of problem solving abilities

• assumed the responsibilities of Section Sergeant and Tank Commander for a week; demonstrated impeccable devotion to duty and welfare of his Soldiers

• earned the Company Long Shot Award for destroying one tank over 4800 meter from battle position during company CCTT training exercise

• achieved positive results when confronted with major responsibilities and limited resources; willing to undertake new and untested approaches

• technical knowledge of the BFV led to his crew firing “Distinguished” during Table VI

• demonstrated understanding of his assigned crew-served weapon by teaching the correct application of fires to his gun team

• trusted to operate independently with minimal supervision due to demonstrated ability to use sound judgment and adaptive solutions to facilitate task completion

• presents sound, logical recommendations on improvements to doctrine and tactics to evaluators and peers in a positive, constructive manner

• promotes a proactive approach to education; all Solders in the section have completed SSD and are actively attaining civilian education and technical credentialing

• completed xx semester hours of college maintaining a GPA of 3.x or above

• coordinated afternoon college courses; resulted in Soldiers earning xx hours of college credit

• selected as the brigade Soldier of the Year over xx other candidates

• extraordinarily proficient Operations NCO; provided mission command support to BDE S3 shop in first field training exercise

• led a PMI-1 team averaging 20 days per phase, 10 days less than the Army standard

• recognized opportunities and took decisive action within the commander’s intent to ensure mission accomplishment during Operation Marne Thunder

• accepted challenging tasks outside his/her comfort zone; provided innovative leadership preparing BOSS events, enhancing morale for single Soldiers across the installation

• selected as primary PMI instructor for xx personnel on M16A2 rifle; led to 100% qualification in preparation for upcoming deployment

• displayed high technical and tactical proficiency; maintained xx% equipment readiness rate for 12 consecutive months

• displayed tactical patience during a live-fire STX lane resulting in the successful destruction of x enemy obstacles

• exhibited excellent interpersonal tact when dealing with others; led to proper identification of problems, formulation of solutions to resolve issues and concerns

• managed the JPAS records database for the Soldiers and Civilians throughout the Directorate of Training

• cost-conscious NCO who executes new maintenance procedures; saved the unit more than $xK in equipment repairs

• received the hardest missions to take advantage of his advanced problem solving abilities

• consistently demonstrates complete understanding by injecting the right amount of problem solving abilities

• technical knowledge of the BFV led to his crew firing “Distinguished” during GT VI

• displayed tactical patience during a live-fire STX lane resulting in the successful destruction of five enemy obstacles

• demonstrated understanding of his assigned crew-served weapon by teaching the correct application of fire to his gun team

• possess the technical understanding of advanced grader operations resulting in the completion of the final grade of a 80’ x 800’ tactical airstrip within the critical path timeline

• trusted to operate independently with minimal supervision due to demonstrated ability to use sound judgment and adaptive solutions to facilitate task completion

• presents sound, logical recommendations on improvements to doctrine and tactics to evaluators and peers in a positive, constructive manner

• promotes a proactive approach to education; all Solders in the section have

• completed SSD and are actively attaining civilian education and technical credentialing

• selected for the Audi Murphy/Sergeant Morales Board

• displayed sound health, strength, and endurance that support emotional health

• displayed composure, confidence, and mission-focus under stress

• embraced the standards of physical fitness for self and subordinates

• executed all components of PRT with vigor and individual toughness-

• developed resilient leaders to handle complex challenges within the organization

• recognized opportunities and took decisive action within the commander’s intent to ensure mission accomplishment during Operation Marne Thunder

• showed keen sense of awareness that allowed him to recognize changing conditions and create opportunities to accomplish reconnaissance missions during NTC Rotation

• overcame fire control malfunctions by applying corrective actions to qualify his tank during Operation Ivy Thunder

• displayed the mental toughness and stamina to deal with any situation

• managed the JPAS records database for the Soldiers and Civilians throughout the Directorate of Training

• completed 12 semester hours of college maintaining a GPA of 3.5 or above

• Soldier’s understanding of the Principals of Conditioning (Animal Psychology) enabled him to resolve a training deficiency and certify with his assigned Military Working Dog

• zealous criminal investigator who personally investigated 70% of the office’s Serious or Sensitive Incidents resulting in a 95% solve rate

• maintained custody and control of more than 80 prisoners assigned in housing unit with zero incidents

• completed apprentice period to become an accredited Special Agent in the allotted time

• scored 2/2 on the Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) in primary language; met the Army standard in a Category IV language

• completed 12 college semester hours with a 3.0 GPA

• completed Structured Self Development (appropriate level)

• meticulously ensured over _____IDOC action were processed without error

• developed numerous SOP that was effectively used by Soldiers for accomplishment of daily missions

• selected as the FM Representative for Army Level Symposiums

• earned a C-1 ASI validating his exceptional MOS proficiency; easily exceeds APMA standards which set himself apart from many of his peers at his grade

• superbly represented the Army while serving as musical clinician at the local High School in support of the Army Recruiting effort

• graduated number XX from the USAREC guidance counselor course; demonstrated flawless sound judgment; decreased erroneous enlistments by XX% for FY XX

• accepted challenging tasks outside (his/her) comfort zone; innovative leadership prepared unit BOSS events enhancing morale for single Soldiers across the installation

• anticipated changing conditions effectively; engaged multiple approaches to adapt and overcome obstacles; achieved assigned brigade retention missions for FY XX

• coached and mentored three NCOs on the proper operation and maintenance of the Haglund Cranes on the LSMR

• provided seamless in-transit visibility for over 100 pieces of unit cargo during deployment to Alaska

• awarded a technical certification as a Certified Associate in Materials Handling (CAMH) for excellence in the operation of the KALMAR RTCH

• maintained proper security of Category I and Category II munitions valued at over $6M during deployment exercise

• coordinated and assisted in the unit’s change of command inventories with zero discrepancies while serving as an EOD Team Member

• planned, coordinated, trained, and certified the 44 Soldiers on HEAT and call for fire with 100% success rate for pre-deployment to OEF

• selected as primary PMI instructor for 93 personal on M16A2 rifle; led to 100% qualification in order to better prepare for upcoming deployment

• arranged and managed transfer of four STAMIS systems in the Battalion to individual parent units giving the capabilities to deploy as separate elements

• coordinated afternoon college course; resulted in Soldiers earning 14 hours of college credit

• mastered the task assigned in GCCS-A; sought out to help others

• determined the main cause of the fuel system failure by listening to the malfunctions

• selected as the brigade Soldier of the Year over 12 other candidates

• displayed high technical and tactical proficiency; maintained 90% equipment readiness rate for 12 consecutive months

• exhibited excellent interpersonal tact when dealing with others; led to proper identification of problems, formulation of solutions to resolve issues and concerns

• created electronics maintenance parts accountability program that increased equipment repair efficiency by 10%

 

 

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Organizational Level / E-6 thru E-8

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• demonstrated a lack of basic MOS technical ability resulting in failure to train subordinates

• failed to identify proper safe area during demolition operations; resulted in $x K damage

• demonstrated lapses in self-awareness; displayed inappropriate behavior and lack of tact on numerous occasions

• lacked the expertise to execute his duties; his indifference in seeking out knowledge led to a lack of trust from subordinate leaders

• section failed the evaluation due to an outdated and ineffective training program; failed to keep current on equipment software modifications

• relieved as PSG for inability to follow commander’s intent/anticipate enemy movement; failure to reposition his platoon allowed enemy to flank and destroy the company

• consistently failed to adapt to dynamic scenarios during NTC Rotation xx-xx; made poor tactical decisions during force-on-force engagements

• continually struggles to take appropriate actions when faced with new ideas or in unfamiliar situations; unable to integrate enablers to support mission

• failed to discern the intentions or motives of coalition/host nation allies while participating in negotiations during Operation _____

• lacked interpersonal tact; displayed a combative attitude; degraded the camaraderie and esprit de corps of the organization through his actions

• displayed poor leadership ability; failed to set the example for peers and subordinates through unlawful use of alcohol in a deployed environment

• made poor personal choices which set the conditions for a catastrophic event affecting his personal life, duty performance, and unit readiness

• demonstrated a lack of self-awareness while using profanity in public places; lack of knowledge hinders ability to make decisions

• exhibited inferior proficiency levels and technical aspects of his/her position; induced unit’s inability to achieve desired results

• lack of technical proficiency degraded maintenance support capabilities within the section

• displayed a lack of sound judgment during off duty hours; which resulted in a conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol

• lacks the capacity and aptitude to contribute to better the team

• demonstrated a lack of proficiency in technical aspects of job; resulted in an inability to supervise and manage subordinates effectively

• demonstrated lapses in self-awareness when interacting with others; displayed inappropriate behavior and a lack of tact on numerous occasions

• unable to make a decision without being presented all the facts; his reluctance to execute in the absence of information contributed to mission failure

• lacked the expertise to execute his duties; his indifference in seeking out knowledge led to a lack of trust from subordinate leaders

• lacks self-control when addressing subordinates; this created an environment of hostility and a lack of trust

•sections failed to pass the evaluation due to an outdated and ineffective training program; failed to keep current on equipment software modifications

• demonstrated a lack of proficiency in tactics as evident in the units RSOP failing to pass the MRE twice

• makes poor decisions; resistance to change facilitated a failure to adapt TTPs derived from lessons learned resulting in poor results during the units NTC rotation

• TCS crews failed to pass the SPEAR evaluation due to an outdated and ineffective training program; failed to keep current on equipment software modifications

• demonstrated a lack of proficiency in tactics as evident in the units RSOP failing to pass the MRE twice

• makes poor decisions; resistance to change facilitated a failure to adapt TTPs derived from lessons learned resulting in poor results during the units NTC rotation

• failed to perform maintenance workflow IAW known standards

• failed to progress his/her Soldiers to achieve RL progression in the allotted time

• failed to process air mission request through joint headquarters which lead to displaced aircraft and asset retrograde

• relieved as PSG for inability to anticipate enemy movement and reposition his platoon; failure to follow commander’s intent allowed enemy to flank and destroy the company

• consistently unable to adapt to the dynamic scenarios at NTC Rotation 4-15; made poor tactical decisions during force on force engagements

• demonstrated a lack of proficiency in technical aspects of tank gunnery resulting in an inability to train tank crew effectively and failure to qualify Tank Table VI

• continually struggles to take appropriate actions when faced with new ideas or in unfamiliar situations; unable to integrate enablers to support mission

• failed to discern the intentions or motives of coalition/host nation allies while participating in negotiations during Operation Desert Cactus

• failed to learn the updated 25B POI; poor presentation and explanation of information resulted in his students receiving the lowest test scores for the cycle

• demonstrated the lack of ability to make decisions in the absence of orders; lacks initiative

• undermines what it means to be a Soldier, let alone a leader

• lacked interpersonal tact; displayed a combative attitude; degraded the camaraderie and Esprit De Corp of the organization through his actions

• irresponsible actions resulted in the loss of his credentials from his Privately Owned Vehicle while on leave

• failed in judgment during a meeting with US Secret Service by making inappropriate comments, which resulted in being asked not to return to any future meetings

• failed to follow prisoner accountability procedures, resulting in a prisoner escaping from his assigned area

• failed to meet the minimum requirements on a written exam resulting in the dismissal from the Senior Leaders Course

• displayed poor leadership ability; failed to set the example for peers and subordinates through unlawful use of alcohol in a deployed environment

• her kennels were unsatisfactory on the Annual Kennel and Inspection Assessment (AKIA)

• does not possess ability to make sound decisions when interacting with uncooperative prisoners

• made poor personal choices which set the conditions for a catastrophic event which effected his personal life, job performance, and unit readiness

• failed to successfully perform the (XXXX) duties of Military Working Dog Program Manager

• failed as a First Sergeant to properly counsel Soldiers monthly that were enrolled in Amy Body Composition Program

• scored 1+/1+ on the Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) in primary language; failed to meet the Army standard of 2/2

• demonstrated a lack of proficiency in technical aspects of job; resulted in an inability to supervise and manage subordinates effectively

• demonstrated lapses in self-awareness when interacting with others; displayed inappropriate behavior and a lack of tact on numerous occasions

• lack of knowledge hinders ability to make decisions

• failed to take charge in the absence of superiors

• unable able to separate personal views from facts, beliefs and assumptions

• unable to multitask in a high OPTEMPO area, due to lack of knowledge

• failed to assume duties and responsibilities as a Senior NCO in the absence of superiors

• as a senior leader, he demonstrated a lack of basic MOS technical ability which is paramount to maintain as an senior Army musician

• displayed a lack of communication skill while addressing groups of Soldiers

• demonstrated a lack of self-awareness while using profanity in public places

• closed mind inhibited the personal growth and professional development of those supervised; not open to cultural diversity

• exhibited inferior proficiency levels and technical aspects of (his/her) position; induced units inability to achieve desired results

• used poor judgment during the rated period; removed as the Senior Career Counselor; impeded units capability to accomplish retention goals

• failed to prepare for Advanced Leader’s Course

• failed to achieve minimum standards in two functional courses

• 85% of the NCOERs written within the company are returned by the battalion CSM for administrative errors

• failed to use sound judgment; violated Article 128 of UCMJ
• failed SLC; inefficient in his inability to perform duties making him ineffective as an NCO
• failed to identify proper safe area during demolition operations; resulted in $56K worth of damage to EOD response vehicle and inability of unit to respond to UXO incidents in the state of ________

• failed to understand the importance of his duties, took advantage of every situation to avoid responsibility

• wasted unit rations during FTX, resulting in a $2K FLIPL

• displayed a lack of respect for superiors, creating dissention in ranks lowering unit morale

• failed to respond to counseling; makes no effort to corrective deficiencies

• executed task to the lower skill level for grade; failed to respond to retraining

• does not have the skills to interact with groups larger than two

• Soldier does not prove proficiency at current skill level

• just filling the slot with no intentions of improving the team and/or unit (currently working above his/her mental capacity)

• failed to update internal and external electronic maintenance SOPs; his shop received a needs improvement rating during division CIP

• degraded maintenance support capabilities within the section, as a result of his lack of technical proficiency

• displayed a lack of sound judgment during off duty hours; which resulted in a conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol

• demonstrated no concern for security and accountability of sensitive items

 • unable to train others due to his lack of knowledge in his occupational specialty

• displayed poor judgment in failing to report a Soldier AWOL after the Soldier had been gone for four days

• lacks desire to work with and train Soldiers

 

 

Met standard

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• completed xx college semester hours toward a(n) associate’s/bachelor’s/master’s degree in _____ with a x.x GPA

• recognized opportunities and maneuvered his platoon within the commander’s intent to ensure destruction of six OPFOR vehicles during movement to contact

• displayed ability to analyze available information and operate within the commander’s intent during platoon STX

• recognized changing conditions and created opportunities to accomplish reconnaissance missions during NTC rotation; demonstrated keen sense of awareness

• while deployed supporting Operation _____, exhibited ability to relate to local nationals ensuring their needs were met

• maintains awareness of changes in course material, incorporates changes in lesson plans

• utilized his combat experience when teaching the course material resulting in students having a better understanding of what is expected in the field

• mission-focused preliminary marksmanship instruction resulted in 100% qualification of his squad on all assigned weapons

• displayed strong belief in the preservation of military customs by leading and supporting NCODPs, as well as a myriad of ceremonies honoring Soldiers and leaders

• improved efficiency of company operations with his knowledge, increasing timely submission of awards and NCOERs

• ensured every student and staff member under his charge was treated with dignity and respect while being held to the highest standard

• displayed the ability to adapt to changing situations; relied on intuition, experience, knowledge and input from subordinates; accomplished assigned missions

• challenged and inspired Soldiers through tactical and technical proficiency; persuaded Soldiers to think outside the box and generate appropriate solutions to unit predicaments

• recognized changing mission dynamics; used all available tools to enhance organizational success; created a work place that shared lessons learned

• maintained more than $xM worth of equipment with 100% accountability

• dedicated long hours to training Soldiers resulting in full comprehension of unit missions by subordinates

• displayed high technical and tactical proficiency; maintained 90% equipment readiness rate for 12 consecutive months

• exhibited excellent interpersonal tact when dealing with others; properly identified problems and formed solutions to resolve issues and concerns

• adeptly efficient at measuring quality through a holistic lens

• completed 12 college semester hours with a 3.0 GPA

• completed Structured Self Development (appropriate level)

• makes sound decisions, unemotionally and in the best interest of the organization

• recognizes and supports diversity; this allowed him to obtain strong results by unlocking the true potential of every Soldier

• an innovative leader; challenges subordinates to avoid complacency by introducing new ideas

• section attained first time GOs on the section certification written exam

• completed nine college semester hours towards a Bachelors degree maintaining a 3.0 GPA

• entire platoon passed section certification exam

• section attained first time GOs on the THAAD Table IV exam

• entire platoon passed Visual Aircraft and Armor Recognition exam

• developed new tracking system to ensure RL status of Soldiers is current

• managed phase flow to maximize aircraft bank time

• developed scout weapons team air rhythm chart to assist 4th BCT 10th MTN better plan aviation resources

• recognized opportunities and maneuvered his platoon within the commander’s intent to ensure destruction of six OPFOR vehicles during movement to contact

• displayed the ability to analyze available information and operate within the commander’s intent during platoon STX

• recognized changing conditions and created opportunities to accomplish reconnaissance missions during NTC Rotation; demonstrated keen sense of awareness

• exhibited ability to relate to local nationals while deployed in support of Operation Provide Relief ensuring their needs were met

• consistently aware of changes in course material, ensures he incorporates all changes in lesson plans

• utilized his combat experience when teaching the course material resulting in students having a better understanding of what is expected in the field

• performed the duties of Explosive Custodian without incident, injury, or loss of accountability

• utilized rating period as the evidence custodian, provided a novel storage concept for digital media, adopted by the BDE as a standard

• mission focused preliminary marksmanship instruction resulted in 100% qualification of his squad on all assigned weapons

• displayed strong credence in the preservation of military customs by leading and supporting NCODPs, as well as a myriad of ceremonies honoring Soldiers and leaders

• his kennels was awarded a “satisfactory” on the Annual Kennel and Inspection Assessment (AKIA)

• planned and executed five training sessions with MPI and social work services on child abuse investigation techniques including evidence collection and crime scene photography

• expertly trained 60 Behavioral Science Consultation Teams in detention operations awareness prior to their deployment in support of combat operations

• improved efficiency of company operations with his knowledge, increasing timeliness submission of awards and NCOER

• ensured the ACOM MWD Program operated within the regulation and was in compliance with command policies

• served as USDB Watch Commander; responsible for the safety, custody and control of approximately 450 prisoners during his tour of duty

• scored 2/2 on the Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) in primary language; met the Army standard in a Category IV language

• completed 12 college semester hours with a 3.0 GPA

• completed Structured Self Development (appropriate level)

• selected to work in the S-1 section due to his/her expertise in the personnel accountability arena and ability to multi-task

• performed well in a disbursing section due to expertise in cash handling and attention to detail

• currently enrolled in an Institution of higher learning

• selected by incoming G1 to work in the strength section due to his/her expertise in the personnel accountability arena

• demonstrated strong knowledge of all lesson plans and POIs for leading classes in the absence of his Small Group Leaders

• completed 9 semester hours of college toward completion of his Bachelor’s Degree in music theory

• ensured every student and staff member under his charge was treated with dignity and respect while being held to the highest standard

• displayed the ability to adapt to changing situations; relied on intuition, experience, knowledge and input from subordinates; accomplished assigned missions

• challenged and inspired Soldiers through tactical and technical proficiency; persuaded Soldiers to think outside the box and generate appropriate solutions to unit predicaments

• recognized changing mission dynamics; used all tools available to enhance organizational success; created a work place that shared lessons learned

• coached and mentored three NCOs on Logistic convoys, enhancing the units driver training program

• provided seamless in-transit visibility for over 1700 convoys comprised of over 60,000 pieces of cargo in direct support of OEF

• awarded a technical certification as a Demonstrated Senior Logistician by the International Society of Logistics (SOLE) for excellence in the field of logistics

• excelled as a NCOIC of the Ammunition Transfer Holding Point (ATHP) for 3rdBDE ATP during combined FTX; maintain 100% accountability of all Class V

• displayed high technical and tactical proficiency; maintained 90% equipment readiness rate for 12 consecutive months on all MHE

• exhibited excellent interpersonal tact when dealing with 30 ASP customer units; led to proper formulation of solutions to resolve issues and concern

• maintained over $1.4M worth of equipment with 100% accountability

• dedicated long hours to training Soldiers and ensuring no question went unanswered; resulted in full comprehension of Battalion and section mission by subordinates

• supervised and enforced key control and security procedures for Battalion Motor Pool

• Soldier certified as Basic Instructor

• served on the Malfunction Review Board to prevent accidents

• processed the supply support activities conversion to Global Combat Support System –Army on schedule

• Soldier showed intellect and knowledge of MOS and position

• Soldier operating at the expected level per grade

• displayed high technical and tactical proficiency; maintained 90% equipment readiness rate for 12 consecutive months

• exhibited excellent interpersonal tact when dealing with others; led to proper identification of problems, formulation of solutions to resolve issues and concerns

• created electronics maintenance parts accountability program that increased equipment repair efficiency by 10%

• mentally tough; was able to manage numerous tasks at once

• performs well and thinks on his feet

• combines technical competence with dependability and loyalty

• technically competent in job performance

• technically proficient NCO

• is very confident of technical abilities

• displays sound judgment

• innovative and determined in pursuit of goals of the army

• met the minimum standards of competence for his grade

• decisions during rating period did not get anyone harmed

 

 

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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• examined standards and educated the unit through demonstrations to ensure correct interpretations

• served as RSO for 2-12 CAV Gunnery; 29 Tank Crews fired over 2,000 main guns and 50,000 small arms rounds zero incidents

• sponsored two Soldiers that won NCO of Month Board and two SGTs' recommended  for promotion to SSG

• executed the duty as Chalk Organizer during the Company NEO validation; exhibited an organized approach to the job

• constantly pursues educational goals; seeks self-improvement by completing x credit hours with an overall x.xx GPA toward a(n) associate’s/bachelor’s/master’s degree in _____

• led the revision of the unit’s TACSOP, contributing to a successful CTC rotation

• all sections completed advanced credentialing requirements resulting in the award of technical MOS certifications

• took the initiative to institute a promotion board study group resulting in x of x Soldiers ultimately being promoted to SGT

• created training products and classes to certify xx Soldiers on the company’s new equipment (AGPU, power supply, TAIS system, CPOF, BFT)

• clearly understands the complexity of the Army Operating Concept; led the division-level IPB synchronization meeting

• rapidly absorbed information, assessed situations, and developed logical courses of action incorporated during mission planning sessions; model of sound judgment

• sought new ideas from multiple sources to creatively approach problems and develop solutions; integrated theater enablers to ensure mission success

• demonstrated a keen understanding of cultural environment when interacting with higher echelons; easily dismantled perceived barriers and enhanced communication

• created a brigade file-sharing database for internal training; enabled the unit to share information across x military bases along the east coast

• meticulous attention to detail and flawless execution of military funeral honors led the BDE CSM to select him to train and validate the brigade color guard team

• selected over x other senior MSGs to assume the role of company 1SG

• implemented programs increasing the brigade's overall operational readiness rate from xx% to xx% in x months

• proved repeatedly to be the most reliable and competent NCO in the company; definitely a positive multiplier for the brigade

• employed tenets of mission command; empowered leaders to earn distinguished mission accomplishment honors within the battalion; ranked xx of xx centers for FYXX

• displayed outstanding mental agility; created individual mission plans adopted by battalion leadership and required for use by all area personnel

• unafraid of challenges; engages every task with the mindset of improving efficiency and quality

• submitted a POI change proposal that the _____ School accepted

• completed x modules/training courses toward _____ certification

• selected as the subject matter expert for _____ training in brigade/division/corps

• willfully examined over interpretations of any standards by educating the force through demonstrations

• completed 24 college semester hours with a 4.0 GPA while serving as the lead CI agent on three cases; worked extensive hours and met all mission requirements

• received the hardest missions to take advantage of his advanced problem solving abilities

• courageously addressed school failure rates to identify inconsistencies of facilitator comprehension and instructions

• consistently demonstrates complete understanding by injecting the right amount of problem solving abilities

• challenged the status quo to change legacy business rules to coincide with current

• thoughtful resolve to always invoke a deliberate decision making process before blindly enacting a new standard

• regularly recruits the assistance of senior leaders to challenge ideas and opinions before implementation

• culturally astute; set the standard for our Regionally Aligned Force

• makes sound, unemotional decisions; always acts in the best interest of the organization

• maintained a calm and controlled demeanor under combat conditions; his example inspired his Soldiers to maintain self-control and balance against a determined enemy

• submitted a proposal to change the lesson plan for 13R AIT that was accepted by the Field Artillery School for a POI change

• led the revision of the units Tactical Standard Operating Procedures (TAC SOP), resulting in a successfully CTC rotation

• selected as best radar crew in the BN/BDE during Table VIII Certifications

• submitted a proposal to change the maintenance procedures on the AN/TPY-2 Radar that was accepted by the Army Logistics University for a POI change

• all sections completed advanced credentialing requirements resulting in the award of technical certifications for their MOS

• took the initiative to institute a promotion board study group resulting in four out of seven Soldiers ultimately being promoted to SGT

• created a training product and class used to certify 20 Soldiers on the company’s new received (AGPU, power supply, TAIS system, CPOF, BFT, etc.)

• completed 12 college credits earning his/her degree in Air Traffic Management

• 100% of assigned Soldiers enrolled in secondary education

• clearly understands the complexity of the Army Operating Concept; lead IPB sync meeting at the Division level

• displayed the ability to rapidly react to changing conditions and recommend courses of action allowing him to maneuver his platoon with a high degree of independence

• rapidly absorbed information, assessed situations and developed logical courses of action incorporated during mission planning sessions; model of sound judgment

• sought new ideas from multiple sources to creatively approach problems and develop solutions; integrated theater enablers to ensure mission success

• demonstrated a keen understanding of cultural environment when interacting with higher echelons; easily dismantled perceived barriers and enhanced communication

• graduated from M1A2/MGS/Bradley Master Gunner’s Course (or other functional training not covered by DA 1059)

• created a Brigade file sharing database for internal training and personnel; enabled the unit to share information across five different military bases along the east coast

• effectively managed enrollments and graduations for over 3000 students in the USACyber CoE courses including preparation of graduation diplomas

• developed evaluation criteria used for 29E basic and SLC; led the enlisted component of the course evaluation team during FY 15 course evaluations

• constantly perusing educational goals, earned 12 Semester Hours from an accredited university, earning an Associate’s degree

• used prior experience and innovative training techniques to increase the certification standard from 28% to 66%; greatly prepared Soldiers for the challenges of contingency operations

• ensured each agent in the organization was trained on the newly implemented DNA collection requirements directed by USACIDC

• performed as the advance agent, for Army Chief of Staff detail, on missions to NYC and San Antonio interacting with multiple federal, state and local agencies

• strived to seek self-improvement by completing 8 credit hours towards his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice with an overall GPA of 3.85

• meticulous attention to detail and flawless execution of a full honor funeral, led to his selection by the BDE CSM to train and validate the brigade color guard team

• his/her knowledge and experience were instrumental in achieving and excellence rating on the Annual Kennel and Inspection Assessment (AKIA)

• conducted a Personal Security Vulnerability Assessment of the CENTCOM Commander in theater and CONUS

• mentored five Noncommissioned Officers in her platoon to receive their certification as a certified corrections supervisor through the American Correctional Association

• selected over three other senior MSGs to assume the role of Company 1SG

• implemented a forcing function across the ACOM that resulted in the 100% recording of Military Working Dog team data; information not previously captured throughout the Army

• expertly planned, supervised and managed over 5,000 detainee transfers to the Iraqi Government

• Selected over other senior MSGs to assume the role of Battalion 1SG

• scored 2+/2+ on the Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) in primary language; exceeded the Army standard of 2/2 in a Category IV language

• completed 24 college semester hours with a 4.0 GPA while serving as the lead CI agent on three cases; worked extensive hours and met all mission requirements

• completed the Defense Strategic Debriefer Course (DSDC)

• implemented program that increased the Brigade's overall operational readiness rate from _____% to over _____% in ____ months

• completed modules toward Defense Financial Management certification

• selected to validate FM training as a member of the OST Team of observers

• proved time after time to be the most reliable and competent NCO in the company and definitely a positive multiplier for the Brigade

• selected to be subject matter expert for HR training in Corp/Division/Brigade

• motivated all his SGLs with all earning the Basic Army Instructor Badge (BAIB) under the IDRP plan

• completed all criteria and credentials for earning the Senior Army Instructor Badge (SIAB) dedicated to setting the example for his Small Group Leaders to follow

• completed his Bachelor’s Degree from Berkley college with a 3.8 GPA

• employed tenants of Mission Command; empowered leaders that earned distinguished mission accomplishment honors within the battalion; ranked XX of XX centers for FY XX

• formulated an innovative Selective Reenlistment Bonus training package for (his/her) division; resulted in unprecedented zero bonus errors for two consecutive fiscal years

• displayed outstanding mental agility; created individual mission plans for (his/her) area of responsibility; adopted by battalion leadership, required use by all area personnel

• selected over eight seniors and 15 peers by the Deputy Commanding General, TRADOC to serve as Master Driver for the incoming LT General

• supervised split based A/DACG operations throughout the region; Supported five combat outposts and the Kabul International airport

• completed an Associate’s Degree in General Studies; working towards a Bachelor Degree in Transportation Logistics Management

• planned and orchestrated the movement of 13 pieces of sensitive equipment and 78 classified documents resulting in no down time for the EOD operations center

• identified new tasks and eliminated training gaps during the DA level 89B Critical Task Site Selection Board; prepared the force through effective training for the future

• successfully rendered safe IEDs consisting of over 7,300 lbsNEW, depriving the enemy of explosives and preventing casualties on the battlefields

• successfully established the SAMS, TMDE and SSA accounts for all units upon deployment, allowed for a seamless RIP and TOA with outgoing unit 30 days ahead schedule

• displayed extraordinary endurance during Range density and MRE spending a minimum of 18 hours per day ensuring Battalion maintenance needs were met

• saved the Battalion $220K in welding equipment through the use of alternate resources; allowed the Battalion to complete mission critical jobs

• creates simple solutions to complex problem sets; teaches Soldiers how to solve problems

• rated NCO challenged assigned credentials and passed all levels on first testing

• fabricated a special connection to ensure fuel delivery through nonstandard NATO fuel handling equipment

• Soldier is known as a SME at their MOS or position and is sought by others for guidance

• not afraid of a challenge and engages every task with the mindset of improving efficient and quality

• utilized expertise and knowledge of the DUKE systems to enable a 100% operational readiness rate of all crew systems; resulted in 100% RC-IED defeat for over 500 convoys

• created fleet management program that led to the expedited release and shipment of over 2,000 critical Class IX parts

• designed and executed call for fire training for the team that enhanced the team's ability to mentor units

• displayed technical and tactical expertise outside his MOS during all battalion OC/T certification exercises

• displayed interpersonal tact when developing relationships with partnered units

• minimized equipment non-mission capable time by 50% by working closely with Battalion Motor Sergeants, TACOM LARs, and Field Service representatives

• excelled as a Platoon Sergeant, Watch Commander, and Battalion Operations Sergeant; demonstrated his ability to multi-task and achieve excellent results

• expertise resulted in his selection to train the Royal Saudi Air Defense Force during desert storm

• earned credibility with his exemplary performance during times of heighten stress and in positions of great responsibility

• highly knowledgeable NCO; demanded superior performance from all who worked with him inside Camp V

• managed Soldiers while posted as block NCO, maintained custody and control of 54 detainees and one prisoner zero incidents

• manages a brigade retention program which is a Master Sergeant position

• selected over more senior Non-commissioned Officers to fill CW2 position

• spends considerable time and effort passing his vast experience on to others

• dedicated and well organized trainer

• offers advice, but loyal to final decisions made by superiors

• his technical and professional ability exceeds that of his peers

 

 

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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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• constantly pursuing educational goals; completed x semester hours to earn an associate’s/bachelor’s/master’s degree in _____ with an overall x.xx GPA

• revived a dysfunctional company; improved unit expertise through mentorship; xx Soldiers promoted, xx college credits earned, xx% completed relevant SSD level

• possesses acute mental agility; quickly adapts to changing conditions and implements solutions allowing mission success regardless of the challenge

• seizes opportunities to introduce new ideas; thrives on making decisions in the absence of information allowing his unit to execute ahead of other organizations

• tactical ability exceeds those of his peers; created a superior unit by replicating combat conditions during home station training

• synthesized information from IPB, terrain analysis, and rehearsals to consistently maneuver his platoon to the decisive point during all NTC xx-xx missions

• readily provided novel approaches to problem solving which the battalion TACSOP incorporated to enhance mission effectiveness

• sought and considered input from multiple sources when faced with unfamiliar situations; used creative approaches to overcome inertia and accomplish missions

• tactfully proposed multiple courses of action to coalition partners while maintaining cultural awareness fostering greater cooperation and cohesion

• assumed the duties of the G6 supporting x general officers; ensured 100% operational readiness and exceeded DISA’s information assurance requirements

• received a superior rating during the HQDA HHA; resulted in x Army best practices passing to other ACOMs for employment

• selected to compete in the Master Instructor Selection Board, the highest level of board to select Soldiers striving to earn the title of learning professional

• received commendable ratings on all quarterly evaluations; recognized by the commandant as being the best NCO Academy instructor

• designs framework and programs to support the Army and shape policy through Department of Defense initiatives

• developed a _____ training program adopted for incorporation throughout the command

• continues to seek missions and learning opportunities at higher levels

• operates at a level beyond current grade effectively and has the potential to benefit both troop leading and staff positions (think tank and innovator)

• selected as a _____ course instructor due to demonstrated record of training excellence

• cost-conscious senior NCO who implemented new maintenance procedures saving the Army more than $xM in repairs

• selected by brigade CSM to serve as the brigade _____

• completed 35 college semester hours with an overall GPA of 3.62 to earn an Associate of Applied Science in Intelligence Operations

• completed (MOS enhancing course/certification) during rating period

• possesses acute mental agility; quickly adapts to changing conditions and implements solutions that allow mission success regardless of the challenge

• seizes the opportunity to introduce new ideas; thrives on making decisions in the absence of facts allowing his unit the ability to execute with excellence and always ahead of other organizations

• tactical ability exceeds those of his peers; created a superior unit by replicating combat conditions during home station training

chosen to serve as an SME for the MOS Critical Task Selection Board by the Regimental CSM

• selected to instruct the Field Artillery Master Gunner course due to his demonstrated record of training excellence as a 13B instructor

• developed a pre-deployment training program which was adopted by the DIVARTY for incorporation throughout the command

• led a battalion maintenance PMI-1 program that averaged twenty days per phase on a fleet of 15 aircraft; ten days less than the DA standard

• took a non-compliant Company QA shop program and achieved a Commendable rating on the subsequent ARMS inspection

• cost conscience senior NCO who implemented new maintenance procedures that saved Army Aviation more than $2,000,000 in repairs to mission equipment

• innovative NCO who integrated the first live air picture over Washington state via satellite link by coordinating with joint assets and the Western Air Defense Sector

• synthesized information from IPB, terrain analysis and rehearsals to consistently maneuver his platoon to the decisive point on during all missions at NTC 03-14

• readily provided novel approaches to problem solving that were incorporated into battalion TACSOP and enhancing mission effectiveness

• sought and considered input from multiple sources when faced with unfamiliar situations; used creative approaches to overcome inertia and accomplish mission

• tactfully proposed multiple courses of action to coalition partners while maintaining cultural awareness fostering greater cooperation and cohesion

• selected by Brigade CSM to serve as the brigade master gunner

• assumed the duties of the G6 in support of two general officers; ensured 100 percent operational readiness and exceeded DISA’s information assurance requirements

• selected to revise ATP 6-02.7; expertise greatly contributed to the adjudication of the manual and the improvement of the spectrum community

• served in the vital role of advising the CoE CG and CSM on Cyber and RSC training; only Junior NCO amongst CoE Senior Leaders to hold such position

• constantly pursuing educational goals, earned 12 Semester Hours through an accredited university, earning his Bachelor’s degree

• his Military and tactical knowledge were integral in the certification, deployment and success of six dog teams under his supervision; enhanced mission readiness and support to the war fighting functions

• remunerated as the SGL of ALC for three out of four classes receiving Honor graduate, a direct reflection of his expert-level of proficiency of the technical aspects of his field

• served as lead on District of Columbia movement of the Secretary of Defense, by engaging in thorough and thoughtful assessments of an ever changing environment during the rated period

• selected by the Battalion Command Sergeant Major to perform duties as Joint Regional Correctional Facility (JRCF) Watch Commander; normally a Sergeant First Class position

• performed exemplarily as Kennel Master; his/her kennels was identified as the Kennel of the year for (X)COM

• selected by the Brigade Command Sergeant Major to perform duties as the United States Disciplinary Barracks (USDB) Watch Commander; normally a Master Sergeant position

• completed 6 semester hours of post-graduate education toward his Master’s Degree from an accredited university

• received a superior rating during the HQDA HHA; resulted in two Army Best Practices that were passed onto other ACOMs for their use and employment

• selected by the Command Sergeant Major of Army Corrections Command to deploy as the Senior Detention Advisor in support of OEF

• scored 3/3 on the Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) in primary language; exceeded the Army standard of 2/2 in a Category IV language

• completed 35 college semester hours with an overall GPA of 3.62 to earn an Associate of Applied Science in Intelligence Operations

• completed (MOS enhancing course/certification) during rating period

• completed a Bachelors or Master’s degree; maintained a _____GPA

• selected to be subject matter expert for FM training in Corp/Division/Brigade

• selected for induction into the Sergeant Morales Club/ Audie Murphy Club

• earn Certified Defense Financial Management

• inducted into the Audie Murphy/SGT Morales Club

• chosen by superiors to work on Corp/Division/Brigade Staff

• earned the C-1 ASI on two separate instruments while holding the highly demanding position as the Deputy Commandant of the ASOM NCOA

• enrolled in a Master’s Degree program in “Music Team Leadership”; absolutely dedicated to continued personal development and career enhancing education

• selected to compete in the Master Instructor Selection Board pilot; the highest level of board indicating Soldiers who strive to earn the title of learning professional

• established an innovated vision that influenced Soldiers to eclipse entire assigned mission; selected over XX First Sergeants as the USAREC First Sergeant of the year

• selected as the Secretary of the Army Career Counselor of the Year; incomparable retention knowledge resulted in unit far exceeded installation FY XX retention goals

• revived a dysfunctional company; improved unit expertise through mentorship; XX Soldiers promoted, XX college credits earned, XX% completed relevant SSD level

• received a Master’s Degree in Transportation Logistics; his unit’s deployment plans were selected as the standard for the battalion

• received commendable ratings on all quarterly evaluations; recognized by the Commandant as being the very best NCO Academy Instructor

• completed 18 semester hours toward a Bachelor’s Degree in Transportation Logistics Management; maintained a 4.0 GPA

• provided invaluable technical and tactical EOD guidance to Lithuanian Army, Navy and Special Forces instrumental in Lithuanian Counter-IED TTP development

• ensured and was directly responsible for the successful safe movement of 45,000 short ton of Class V during OEF

• established a successful relationship with three government agencies in order to provide timely EOD support and training within the 586,400 square miles of Alaska

• wrote the BDE’s first SOP on Class V operation and the establishment of a FASP; resulting in an efficient and safe BDE ammunition operation

• single-highhandedly established the overall NTV program and tracking system for the Battalion; oversaw transfer of 60 vehicles with no delay in subordinate units missions

• coordinated training with 123rdBSB on NVG repair in order to facilitate Battalion Communication and Electronics section; resulting in $500K saved

• provided Staff Assistance Visits to unit to ensure compliance with Brigade and Battalion AOAP and TMDE OIP checklist prior to Brigade BMO SAV

• designs frame work and programs to support Army through Department of Defense Initiatives and shape policy

• recognized by scholars and senior leaders for ability to frame complex issues and solutions in logistics technology

• Soldier continues to seek missions and learning opportunities at higher levels

• operates at a level beyond current grade effectively and has the potential to benefit both troop leading and staff positions (think tank and innovator)

• selected as the Army Supply Excellence Award Recipient

• aggressively completed all requirements to earn the Ordnance Munitions and Electronics Maintenance School (OMEMS) Master Instructor Badge

• implemented Lean Six Sigma principles to increase maintenance operations; reduced lost maintenance man hours by over 50% through increased efficiency

• developed and implemented the inaugural Communications and Electronics lane for the Brigade wide maintenance rodeo; increased maintenance readiness by 20%

• wrote and published an article in the professional publication, Army Magazine

• implemented the company program to manage PMCSs for six wheeled vehicles, five trailers, and four generators

• saved installation over $15,000 with foresight and ingenuity while using prisoner labor

• developed a database program for security that was implemented by and is now the brigade standard

• single-highhandedly coordinated over $25 million of construction and renovating work for the installation

• wrote Directed Energy Warfare training pamphlet used by BDE, displaying excellent staff skills

• single-highhandedly reconstructed 21 promotion packets lost due to computer crash, resulting in 20 promotions

• managed the actions of 42 Soldiers and 65 detainees in a high profile environment on a daily basis

• recognized flaws in the platoon physical training strategy; modified it into a successful program moving from an 80% pass rate to 95% Platoon pass rate

 

 

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• conducted six IED training lanes, established SOP in proper cordons, actions taken upon IED discovery/detonation, and the on scene commanders duties

• instructed four classes for Explosive Dog Detection teams; covered common TTPs, ground sign awareness, proper marking, and search techniques

• coordinated movement of 34 personnel from Fort Carson to A/DACG, layover in Rota Spain with lodging, and arrival to Afghanistan TAAC-E without flaw

• maintained 76 computer/telephone systems and repaired 12 Harris/DTCS radios; ensured communications with CF commanders and supported elements

• established a company level Tactical Operations Center at Bagram Airfield Afghanistan; ensured communications with partner Task Forces

• displayed initiative by winning Task Force EOD FY16 NCO of the Quarter; motivated the entire team to compete for Soldier of the Quarter

• put in all efforts for 5 OCTs sent to Ranger School, 6 OC/Ts to Master Gunner Schools; sent multiple OC/Ts to over 150 schools (Far Exceeded)

• supervised the development and execution of an NCO led OC/T Certification program resulting in over 60 OC/Ts trained (Far Exceeded)

• displayed technical and tactical expertise while supervising the Battalion TOC during 1-110IN Mobilization MRX (Far Exceeded)