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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)

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.

APFT Failure

• Soldier failed all events of the APFT

• Soldier failed sit-ups and run events of the APFT

• Failed run, however showed marked improvement from APFT taken 20151231

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

 

 

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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 maintain grooming standards IAW AR 670-1 during x in-ranks inspections; counseled x times by the chain of command

• failed height and weight standards/exceeded body composition standard IAW AR 600-9 by x.x%; entered into the Army Body Composition Program

• failed pushup/sit-up/2-mile run on last record APFT; achieved score of xxx; displayed a lack of motivation for continued service in the Army

• consistently hesitates to implement directed actions from superiors; fears confrontations with subordinates

• lacked the ability to adapt to stress and adversity; his/her actions affected the unit’s capability to perform in an era of high operational tempo

• compromised the unit’s mental and emotional fitness; allowed personal and professional standards to lapse in personal appearance, demeanor and actions

• failed to utilize chain of command while dealing with personal issues; Soldier was found financially irresponsible for dependents resulting in no pay due

• fails to display military bearing with subordinates; does not respond to coaching or counseling

• fails to maintain military bearing while in discussion with senior leaders; does not understand the importance of addressing seniors by rank

• utilizes social media to publish dislikes about the unit and chain of command

• lacked confidence in the presence of Soldiers; could not instill the will to complete the mission

• awkward appearance, lack of confidence, and poor communication skills suppressed team building and bonding

• unable to manage weight resulted in placement on the Army Weight Control Program

• failed to meet APFT standards for the two mile run and sit-ups with a total score of 160

• failed to monitor his team’s maintenance of two route clearance vehicles, directly causing his platoon to become non-mission capable for two days

• failed to properly prepare his team for the battalion sapper stakes competition by not conducting PCCs prior to a foot march and equipment inspection, resulting in his team’s disqualification

• allowed his bulldozer teams to run out of fuel, causing the artillery commander to request an operational pause at NTC in order to be prepared for defensive operations

• failed to pass the Army Physical Fitness Test

• consistently hesitates to implement directed actions from superiors; fears confrontations with subordinates

• fails to enforce professional standards of appearance and bearing; Soldier’s attitudes mirror this failure

• failed to complete road marches that require him to carry his basic Stinger man-pack as part of his MOS requirements

• failed APFT

• inability to handle stress

• allowed professional standards to lapse in personal appearance, demeanor, and actions

• lack of disciplined initiative lead to irrational decisions making

• failed to discipline and educate Subordinates in the Army Profession

• failed (pushup/sit-up/2-mile run) on last record APFT; achieved score of XXX

• exceeded body composition standard IAW AR 600-9 by 2.8%; entered into the Army Body Composition Program

• unable to project confidence or maintain composure when placed in difficult situations

• had difficulty accomplishing duties when faced with adversity placing the mission in jeopardy

• displayed lack of initiative and is the subject of frequent counseling

• counseled on several occasions for disrespect toward an NCO; needs to focus more on relationship skills

• failed to meet the APFT standards for the push-up, sit-up, 2 mile run event (ALL)

• Soldier presented an unprofessional image to the Army due to apparent lack of proper grooming standard (ALL)

• violated a standing order from the Commander while under investigation (ALL)

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

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

• failed height and weight standards; entered into the Army Body Composition Program (ALL)

• allowed professional standards to lapse in personal appearance, demeanor, and actions (ALL)

• lacks military bearing in most settings

• disrespectful towards Senior NCOs

• personal issues are interfering with military bearing

• constantly shows disrespect towards Senior NCOs; needs to focus on relationship skills

• failed the most recent APFT this rating; displayed a lack of motivation for continued service in the Army

• repeatedly presented an unkempt appearance with a practice of poor grooming

• failed to arrive to at a high-visibility musical mission with all components of the required dress uniform

• took an apathetic approach to personal fitness; resulted in failure to meet Army height and weight standards; a physical and mental drain on the company

• failed to motivate 30% of her Soldiers to pass the Army APFT

• counseled twice for disrespect toward a Senior NCO; demonstrated a lack of professional growth

• failed to maintain grooming standards IAW AR 670-1 during three unit in-ranks inspections; chain of command continuously had to counsel Soldier to trim side burns

• failed to utilize chain of command while dealing with personal issues; Soldier was found financially irresponsible for dependents resulting in no pay due

• did not maintain military bearing when addressing an Officer during command maintenance; not a role model for Soldiers to emulate

• failed six times to arrive at formation on time; did not set a example for his subordinates and peers to follow

• overcome with minor setbacks and loses the momentum to move forward with actions

• fails to display military bearing with subordinates; does not respond to coaching or counseling

• utilizes social media to publish dislikes about the unit and chain of command

• fails to maintain military bearing while in discussion with senior leaders; does not understand the importance of addressing seniors by rank

• operated poorly in high op-tempo environments and stressful situations

• displayed an unkempt appearance; portrayed a negative image for the Army

• lacked confidence in the presence of Soldiers; could not instill the will to complete the mission

 

 

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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• earned the Army Physical Fitness Badge by scoring 270-300 on most recent APFT; squad averaged xxx

• showed improvement in all three APFT events, raising his score by xx; constantly pursued new ways to achieve personal goal of a 300 on APFT

• impressive competence, mission-focused attitude, and physical appearance invoke the highest levels of respect

• committed to a fit and healthy lifestyle; recruits others through personal example to live a healthy lifestyle

• selected for the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club/Sergeant Morales Club board(s)

• demonstrated resiliency when faced with difficult situations allowing him to learn from mistakes and make correct decisions

• dedicated and committed to the goals and missions of the Army and Nation

• selected as the Company/Battalion/Brigade/Division/Installation/Army Non-Commissioned Officer of the Quarter/Year

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

• completed combatives levels 1 and 2 this rating period; a highly motivated NCO setting the example for others

• exemplary military bearing and appearance; an adaptive and experienced leader

• maintained her stamina to go the distance despite the rigorous 18-hour days during FTX

• accepted minor setbacks and immediately bounced back to accomplish the tasks at hand

• completed required on-line training by established suspense date

• exhibited an appearance above reproach and displayed an image for others to emulate

• operated extremely well under pressure and mitigated stressful situations

• maintained composure and exhibited confidence while briefing senior commanders

• challenged his subordinates daily during Physical Training; resulted in a 278 APFT average platoon average

• scored 180 on APFT

• impressive competence, mission focused attitude and physical appearance invokes the highest levels of respect

• scored 300 on most recent APFT earning the Army Physical Fitness Badge

• finished second in the Best Sapper Competition, exhibiting a high level of physical fitness as well as mental toughness while finishing ahead of 38 other teams

• led his team through a MEDEVAC event while conducting route clearance operations, his ability to act quickly and take charge led to his Soldier suffering only short term injuries

• became the first amputee to attend and graduate the Sapper Leader Course, earning the coveted Sapper Tab

• exudes the confidence and command presence expected from superiors and demanded by subordinates

• committed to a fit and healthy lifestyle through personal example and recruits others to join in that same lifestyle

• even-keeled and level-headed in moments of crisis and stress; Soldiers are settled by his demeanor and actions

• 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

• projected a professional image commensurate with his rank and position

• demonstrated resiliency when faced with difficult situations allowing him to learn from mistakes and make correct decisions

• displays self-confidence, composure, confidence, and mission focus when under duress; inspired others through his actions

• dedicated and committed to the goals and missions of the Army and Nation

• scored 250 on most recent APFT

• selected as the Company/ Battalion/ Brigade/Division/ Installation/ Army Non-Commissioned Officer of the year (ALL)

• selected as the Company/ Battalion/ Brigade Non-Commissioned Officer of the quarter (ALL)

• Soldier and his Military Working Dog give the appearance of a military professional, fit, and well groomed team (31K)

• maintained composure and exhibited confidence while briefing senior commanders in the community (31D)

• exceeded Battalion standards on the APFT scoring 278 with 90 points in each event (ALL)

• displayed uncompromising loyalty to the Command, the Soldiers and SHARP (ALL)

• voiced his opinion and presented views intelligently and logically (ALL)

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

• selected as the Special Agent of the Year for Battalion/Group/Command (31D)

• projects a professional image of authority (ALL)

• displays sound health, strength, and endurance that support emotional health (ALL)

• displays composure, confidence, and mission-focus under stress (ALL)

• projects a professional image of authority

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

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

• scored 300 on last APFT

• always maintains a professional composure under stress

• positive attitude and motivation were key to the success of the mission

• scored 300 on last APFT earning himself a physical fitness badge

• always maintains a professional composure under stress

• positive attitude and motivation were key to the success of the mission

• scored a 295 on his most recent APFT; earned his fifth consecutive COA for APFT excellence while displaying an immaculate appearance at all times

• completed Combatives level 1 and 2 this rating period; a highly motivated NCO setting the example for others

• displayed exceptional composure and confidence while serving as Trumpet Soloist in front of Dignitaries, Senior Officials and large crowds during the Holiday concert series

• projected strength and visible stamina, left a lasting impression on the company; unique capability to overcome challenges; quickly recovered from difficult situations

• expedited learning and adaptability within the center; exudes self-confidence; a physically fit, mentally capable NCO destined for increased responsibility

• projected a positive Army image; handpicked to represent Army Reserve Soldiers in several retention awareness publications due to premier fitness standards

• encouraged all of his Team to pass the APFT

• exemplary military bearing and appearance; very adaptive

• sustained impeccable military bearing; confident and mentally tough NCO

• showed improvement in all three APFT events, raising his score by 26 points; constantly pursuing new ways to achieve personal goal of a 300 on his PT test

• exceptionally high personal standards and military bearing

• maintained her stamina to go the distance despite the rigorous 18 hour days during FTX

• 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

• exhibited an appearance above reproach and displayed an image for others to emulate

• scored a 280 on most recent APFT, increased his score by 18 points

• took lead in unit fitness training increased Soldiers morale; enthusiastic NCO

• exhibited the appearance and conduct of a confident NCO for all Soldiers to

• operated extremely well under pressure and mitigated stressful situations

 

 

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Did not meet standard

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• displayed substandard appearance and military bearing for NCO of his maturity; portrayed a negative image for the Army

• cannot project confidence or maintain composure commensurate with rank when placed in difficult situations; lost the trust of the chain of command

• had difficulty accomplishing duties when faced with adversity; placed the mission in jeopardy

• relieved of first sergeant duties and responsibilities for both failing to report a SHARP incident and actively attempting to cover the incident up to prevent an investigation

• failed to render the proper respect to company XO on x occasions

• complained openly about time spent in the field and during OEF deployment; adversely affected morale and discipline of junior Soldiers

• was relieved of his duties as squad leader; counseled by the 1SG on numerous occasions for failure to maintain his military bearing

• lacked confidence in the presence of Soldiers; failed to project military bearing which reduced Soldier morale and esprit de corps

• operated poorly in high op-tempo environments and stressful situations; unable to complete critical missions on time

• engaged in an inappropriate relationship with subordinate

• failed last record APFT with a score of 175

• failed height and weight standards; entered into the Army Body Composition Program

• allowed professional standards to lapse in personal appearance, demeanor, and actions

• awkwardly appearance, lack of confidence, and poor communication skills suppressed team building and bonding

• failed to maintain himself physically; failed the APFT and did not meet height/weight screening requirements

• lacks confidence; failed to maintain his composure while addressing a unit formation

• lost the respect of his Soldiers; failed to maintain professional bearing towards a commissioned officer in front of subordinates

• consistently violated regulatory guidance in the absence of unit leaders

• fails to attend installation and unit level fitness events; shirks responsibility to attend and complete

• exhibits poor responses to adversity and challenges; fosters a negative attitude and demeanor

• fails to attend installation and unit level fitness events; shirks responsibility to attend and complete

• exhibits poor responses to adversity and challenges; fosters a negative attitude and demeanor

• rarely observed leading or conducting PRT

• failed to adhere to Garrison SOP and Blue Book standards while conducting physical training

• failed to provide remedial PRT for his/her Soldiers resulting in a decrease in his platoons APFT average

• unable to project confidence or maintain composure commensurate with a SSG/SFC/ 1SG/MSG when placed in difficult situations; lost the trust of the chain of command

• failed (pushup/sit-up/2-mile run) on last record APFT

• exceeded body composition standard IAW AR 600-9 by 2.8%; entered into the Army Body Composition Program

• failed to take the record APFT; displayed a lack of respect for Chain of Command

• failed to assist others in the section; section APFT average is lowest in the company

• failed to meet body fat standards; did not maintain three to eight pounds of weight loss to be removed from the Army Body Composition Program (ALL)

• failed to achieve 180 on the APFT, lacked the resiliency and mental toughness to obtain minimal standards (ALL)

• did not maintain accountability of the Military Working dog handlers of his Squad, and is difficult to locate himself (31K)

• engaged in an inappropriate relationship with prisoner (31E)

• failed to report the loss of sensitive explosive training aid (ALL)

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

• received a letter of concerned for open insubordination and unprofessional behavior toward a Commissioned Officer (ALL)

• could not be relied on by the Provost Marshal office or ACOM PM to provide timely MWD support or manage utilization of certified MWD teams (31K)

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

• displayed substandard appearance and military bearing for a NCO of his maturity (ALL)

• relieved of First Sergeant duties and responsibilities for failing to report a SHARP incident that he unsuccessfully tried to cover up from an investigation (ALL)
• failed to ensure leaders possessed knowledge of Military Working Dog capabilities (31K)
• lack of loyalty to unit, position, and subordinates was unacceptable (ALL)
• lacks integrity, collaborated a false story with peers to elude responsibility (ALL)
• failed to conform to Army Regulations by abusing his position and authority which led to subordinates becoming involved in his personal matters (ALL)

• substandard appearance and military bearing; doesn’t look like a Soldier
• fails to understand the importance of his position, avoids responsibility when possible

• took an apathetic approach to the health and welfare of troops; resulted in entire squad failing to meet the height and weight standard
• failed to meet height and weight requirement/ pass APFT or make any progress
• NCO displayed substandard appearance and military bearing for NCO of his maturity

• presented an unkempt appearance and was not in compliance with the Army Body Composition Program
• was counseled several times on his lack of proper personal hygiene

• short on motivation; center APFT scores decreased an average of XX% during rated period
• unable to pass the Army APFT twice within a XX month period; below-par military bearing; altered units capability to fulfill decisive actions
• failed height and weight standards; entered into the Army Body Composition Program; harmed unit preparedness

• failed to render the proper respect to Company XO on three occasions and was subject to non-judicial punishment twice

• complained openly about time spent in the field and during OEF deployment; adversely affected morale and discipline of junior Soldiers
• disciplined for assault in the barracks; was relieved of Platoon Sergeant duties

• failed to show confidence and exhibit a command presence in front of his company; Soldiers in his company lacked discipline

• utilizes social media to vent about unit actions but fails to engage leaders with concerns

• Soldier unable to maintain a professional appearance; consistently counseled about grooming standards

• fails to maintain military bearing while in discussion with senior leaders; referred to battalion Command Sergeant Major as dude

• Soldier continues to have deficiencies with their presence

• operated poorly in high op-tempo environments and stressful situations; unable to complete critical missions on time

• displayed an unkempt appearance; portrayed a negative image for the Army

• lacked confidence in the presence of Soldiers; failed to project military bearing which reduced Soldier morale and esprit de corps

• fails to inspire Soldiers due to less than military appearance

• poor attitude and lack of respect for supported Soldiers rubbed off on subordinates

• disrespected a Commissioned Officer by failing to maintain military bearing when notified of counseling session

• counseled many times on his substandard appearance

• has failed 3 of the last 4 APFTs she has taken

• counseled twice for failing to maintain grooming standards for hair and nail polish colors

• becomes intolerably insubordinate when counseled in regards to corrective criticism

• does not present the image or bearing of an NCO

• failed to maintain consistent progress in weight control program

• failed last two APFTs and is not responding to remedial program

• does not respond to correction for uniform and personal appearance

• consistently complains about time spent in the field

 

 

Met standard

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• maintained impeccable military bearing and appearance even when placed in high-stress situations and working long hours

• maintains the appropriate level of fitness to accomplish the mission and demands the same of his Soldiers

• completed assigned tasks on time and put forth adequate effort toward ensuring his/her duties and responsibilities met leader expectations

• displays self-confidence, composure, and mission focus while under duress; inspired squad/crew/platoon/company through his actions, judgment, and bearing

• developed and implemented a rigorous physical training plan resulting in his squad continually exceeding the company standard

• maintained mission focus despite harsh environmental conditions and high OPTEMPO; demonstrated endurance during prolonged combat operations

• loyal and honorable NCO with impeccable moral and ethical values; the personification of “Be, Know, Do”

• set the example for his peers and subordinates to follow displaying the highest level of mental and physical toughness

• lead from the front of his company, constantly sought physically challenging events on his own time to increase his overall fitness level and inspire subordinates

• ensured no security violations occurred while sanitizing hundreds of classified documents for dissemination

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

• demonstrated ability to meet established standards; achieved mission success, displayed confidence and focus under stress; improved unit confidence

• presented impeccable military bearing regardless of the situation; exemplifies the meaning of pride and professionalism

• projected self-confidence, authority, and enthusiasm in every assigned mission; tactful in dealing with leaders and Soldiers

• accepted many adverse situations and overcame them with the drive and determination, compelling others to do the same

• projects a professional image of authority

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

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

• always projects a professional presence

• maintains the appropriate level of fitness to accomplish the mission and demands the same of his Soldiers

• built resilience into his unit; instilled a winning spirit in his subordinates

• 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

• completed assigned tasks on time and put forth adequate effort towards ensuring his/her duties and responsibilities met leader expectations

• successfully completed EST2000 instructor training IAW Unit Training Plan; increased platoon BRM average exercised extreme prudence in working with Host Nation partner

• selected to brief distinguished visitors during brigade live fire exercise; projected a professional image commensurate with his rank and position

• scored 250 on last APFT helping company to achieve a 263 average

• maintained a professional appearance at all times

• never wavered despite adversity; never backed down from a challenge

• developed and implemented a rigorous physical training plan that resulted in his squad continually exceeding the company standard for excellence (ALL)

• confidently provided health and welfare brief to senior commanders (ALL)

• displayed a unique ability to grasp the broad scope of investigative responsibilities, while never overlooking the intricate details (31D)

• disciplined NCO; maintained a high state of professional military appearance and conduct on and off duty (ALL)

• loyal and honorable NCO with impeccable moral and ethical values; the personification of “Be, Know, Do”

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

• displayed extreme professionalism in every aspect during the rated period (ALL)

• set the example for his peers and subordinates to follow displaying the highest level of mental and physical toughness (ALL)

• provided Military Working Dog capability guidance to Battalion Leadership in support of the garrison law enforcement mission (31K)

• maintained professional bearing and judgment and concern for safety while deescalating a minor prisoner disturbance in the dining facility (31E)

• displayed extreme professionalism in every aspect during the rated period (ALL)

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

• lead from the front of his company, constantly sought out physically challenging events on his own time to increase his overall fitness level and inspire subordinates (ALL)

• conducted Military Working Dog capabilities briefings to the ACOM Provost Marshal and staff (31K)

• scored 225 points on his APFT (ALL)

• profile does not hinder duty performance (ALL)

• sharp Military appearance displayed at all times

• has a clear understanding of all factors of his job, uses a variety of techniques to get the job done

• pursued all tasks and meets minimum requirements

• ensured no security violations while sanitizing hundreds of classified documents for disseminationdisplayed confidence and enthusiasm while serving under high OPTEMPO conditions as part of the ASOM NCOA

• dedicated to improving his fitness level with a recent improvement of 20 points from his last APFT and an overall score of 255 points

• presented a thin, fit appearance at all times

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

• increased unit self-confidence; demonstrated composure and calm in all situations; scored XX on last APFT

• demonstrated ability to meet established standards; achieved mission success, displayed confidence and focus under stress; improved unit confidence

• encouraged 80% of her Soldiers to past the APFT

• exemplary military bearing and appearance; very adaptive and experienced leader

• promoted healthy nutrition and exemplified the appearance of a physically fit fighting Soldier

• shows personal courage and the unquestionable ability to confront any Soldier acting Inappropriately

• provides input to group discussions when ask

• sets the example that others naturally follow; makes others stop and ask is this what he would do

• completed required on line training by established suspense date

• Soldier maintains regulatory guidance at all times

• exhibited an appearance above reproach and displayed an image for others to emulate

• operated extremely well under pressure and mitigated stressful situations; demonstrated confidence and resilience effectively during high operational tempo

• meets army standards for physical fitness

• always maintains military bearing and remains calm under pressure

• always displays exceptional confidence and enthusiasm

• effectively manages stress

• composed; not easily excited under stress or pressure

• profile does not interfere with performance of duties

• maintains a fitness level above army standards

• excellent physical fitness motivator

• a sterling example of military bearing; assertive and straightforward

• excels by recognizing the importance of sound physical and mental health for top performance

• positive attitude toward mission accomplishment

• displays enthusiasm for physical training

• projects authority and displays a positive image

• scored (180-220) on last physical fitness test

• met Company APFT goal of 210

• maintains and acceptable appearance in uniform

• met standards of AR 600-9 during rating period

• has improved personal physical fitness throughout rating period

• wore uniform to correct Army standards

• scored 243 on most recent APFT; increased score by 10 points

• projected self-confidence, authority, and enthusiasm in every assigned mission; tactful in dealing with leaders and Soldiers

• maintained the appropriate level of fitness to accomplish the mission and demanded the same of 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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• displayed a high level of physical fitness by consistently scoring 250+ on the APFT with 80+ in each event

• improved the platoon physical fitness program which led to a xxx APFT average, an increase of x

• raised the company APFT average by xx after implementing an aggressive approach for supervising and conducting daily physical training

• rigid enforcement of AR 600-9 standards led to x Soldiers being removed from the Army Body Composition Program; platoon APFT average rose by xx to xxx

• resilient leader who fostered organizational focus; exemplified adherence to standards through appearance, demeanor, and actions

• conducted a rigorous physical training regimen; resulted in xx NCOs scoring in the top 10% of the company; increased unit’s strength and endurance

• supervised a rigorous PRT program; resulted in a 100% APFT pass rate for all unit Soldiers during rated period

• managed stress and inspired Soldiers to provide mission essential intelligence and threat warnings to elements of four Battalions operating at seven locations

• a confident leader who makes decisions based on the best interests of the organization; one of the most trusted leaders in the unit

• impeccable bearing, confidence, and appearance serve as a role model for all noncommissioned officers

• chosen by the CSM to lead the BDE color guard due to his exceptional commanding presence, appearance, and bearing

• recognized by OC/T for having constant presence and confident demeanor despite grueling OPTEMPO during NTC Rotation xx-xx; inspired the entire troop

• during Rotation xx-x after losing the platoon leader, took decisive action to regroup platoon and destroy OPFOR main body without further loss

• selected over x other NCOs as the Battalion/Brigade NCO of the Quarter o awarded the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club/Sergeant Morales club medallion

• displayed a high level of physical fitness by consistently scoring over 250 points on the APFT

• improved the platoon physical fitness program which led to a 253 APFT average, an increase of 10 points

• managed stress and inspired Soldiers to provide mission essential intelligence and threat warnings to elements of four Battalions operating at seven locations

• impressive competence, mission focused attitude and physical appearance invokes the highest levels of respect

• defined leader presence through constant mobility in workplace, billets, and home visits to deter indiscipline and increase morale

• exudes confidence in the performance of his duties; a calm leader who makes wise decisions in stressful situations

• a confident leader who makes decisions based on the best interests of the organization; one of the most trusted leaders in the unit

• impeccable bearing, confidence and appearance serve as a role model for all Noncommissioned Officers within the organization

• displayed a high level of physical fitness by consistently scoring over 250 points on the APFT with 80+ points in each event

• chosen to lead the BDE Color Guard by the CSM due to his exceptional appearance, bearing, and commanding presence

• motivated and focused the unit on its mission after a rocket leaked through their IFPC coverage and landed on the FOB; highlighted their criticality to preventing more damage

• raised his/her company APFT average from 220 of 240 after implementing an aggressive new approach towards supervising conducting daily physical training

• selected over 10 other NCOs as the Battalion/Brigade NCO of the Quarter Awarded Audie Murphy/Sergeant Morales Medallion

• single-handedly led TTCS tactical in Global Responsible Team during Ebola deployment

• coordinated and directed ATTSE evaluation team to forward deployed area during ARCENT Operation Strike North

• recognized by OC/T with constant presence and confident demeanor at all times despite grueling OPTEMPO during NTC Rotation 5-15; inspiration to entire troop

• earned APFT badge with a score of 273; exceeded the company goal of 260 with a platoon average of 265

• implemented a physical training program that raised platoon average from 228 to 269, an increase of nearly 18%

• recognized by brigade commander for his bearing during the conduct of range briefings to visiting delegation during tank platoon gunnery qualification

• took quick and decisive action following loss of platoon leader to regroup platoon and continue mission during Rotation 15-4; destroyed OPFOR main body without further loss

• rigid adherence and enforcement of AR 600-9 standards; led 12 Soldiers being removed from the Army Weight Control Program and platoon APFT average being raised from 220 to 259

• scored 270 on most recent APFT and retained the Physical Fitness Badge; stamina and drive to perform every task to perfection is in simple terms

• coached and mentored over 250 children in the local and diplomatic community; his team placed first on the 12-14 year old soccer league

• selected as the Company/ Battalion/ Brigade NCO of the quarter (ALL)

• scored 270 on most recent APFT (by scoring 90 points in each event); created a high standard for peers and subordinates to emulate (ALL)

• excellently provided a Military Working Dog capabilities brief to the Brigade Leadership (31K)

• knowledge, experience and military bearing makes him a role model NCO; fosters high morale and a total winning attitude and spirit (ALL)

•selected by his/her Brigade to provide on-site training to other kennels in the Brigade due to his/her knowledge, experience, and skill as a Kennel Master (31K)

• displayed endurance and stamina by earning the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge in Gold (ALL)

• consistently sought out by Seniors, peers and subordinates for career advice; resulted in two Soldiers becoming Lieutenants (31B/31E/31K)

• presented the Chief of Staff’s coin of excellence after a visit to observe training at one of the four kennels under his influence (31D)

• selected over 51 Master Sergeants to serve as the Army Corrections Liaison to the US Marshal Service (31E)

• displayed a high level of physical fitness by consistently scoring over 250 points on the APFT

• improved the platoon physical fitness program which led to a 253 APFT average, an increase of 10 points

• managed stress and inspired Soldiers to provide mission essential intelligence and threat warnings to elements of four Battalions operating at seven locations

• created a physical fitness program for the Soldiers; which help to improve the physical readiness of the section by ___%

• supervised and rehabilitated subordinate Soldier who was on the ABCP; resulted in the Soldier losing more than ____% body fat

• led marginally fit Soldiers to excel

• implemented a physical fitness program for the section; which help to improve the physical readiness of the section by ___%

• completed Master Resiliency Course

• completed Brigade S1/HR Plans and Ops Course earning Commandant’s list

•earned his first COA for achieving a 290 on the APFT; dedicated to his personal fitness regime

• as Deputy Commandant of the NCOA, he inspired his SGLs to achieve an academy average of 275 on the unit APFT

• displayed the unwavering immaculate appearance the Army needs in its senior leaders

• scored a XX on (his/her) APFT; organizational focus fostered by this resilient leader; exemplified adherence to standards through appearance, demeanor and actions

• unlimited physical ability and commitment to fitness; surpassed the command's APFT goal of 280 points; true role model for junior NCOs; increased organizational resilience

• conducted a rigorous physical training regimen; resulted in XX NCOs who scored within the top 10% of the company; increased units strength and endurance

• scored 270 on his last APFT, raising his score by 20 points

• motivated her unit to achieve an overall APFT score of 270

• his platoon consistently runs 4 miles in less than the FORCOM standard of 36 minutes, exceeding it by four minutes

• implemented a comprehensive physical training program which resulted in an average increase of 20 points in his Soldiers' scores

• scored 270 on APFT with ninety or more in each event which earned him the Army physical fitness badge

• implemented a company physical readiness program during deployment to ensure his Soldiers maintained their physical fitness; maintained company APFT average of 259

• scored 285 on Army Physical Fitness Test exceeded Unit’s standard

• scored 90 in each event on Army Physical Fitness Test earned the Army Physical Fitness Badge

• supervised a rigorous PRT program; resulted in a 100% APFT pass rate for all unit Soldiers through the rated period

• continued to display military bearing when threatened by an armed robber; getting everyone to a safety zone with no injuries

• provides personal training sessions in the post gym to Soldiers who APFT score is less than 240; increase average score by 36 points

• completed the Division Army Ten Miler qualification in 32 minutes; number three out of 32K

• 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 top 5% of the NCOs of the same grade

• Soldier gets recognition from outside organizations; a professional that never goes unnoticed

• awarded the Army Physical Fitness Badge by scoring over 90 points in each event on his APFT

• created a tough physical fitness program; aided in raising his Soldiers’ APFT average from 250 to 270 and meeting all body fat standards

• developed partnered fire support leaders in ____ unit_____, NHARNG to achieve mission success during fires certification

• competed in all fitness challenges; demonstrated outstanding physical endurance contributing to his team winning

• displayed the highest standards of professional conduct and emotional maturity

• displayed a professional manner, commanding presence, and confident demeanor

• maintained professional bearing and concern in dealing with over 750 new Second Lieutenants

• demonstrated excellent stamina despite working over 10, 15 hour days

• exceptional role model for Soldiers; projected self-confidence and authority

• remained calm and poised under pressure while working in an extremely stringent environment

• developed a PT program for the staff which improved each score by at least 20 points per Soldier

• scored (220-260) on last physical fitness test

• surpassed the Company APFT goal of 210, with a score of (220-260)

• has received 1st place in several weight lifting events

• rehabilitated blown out knee and won physical fitness badge

• participated in the Army Ten Miler qualifier demonstrating superior stamina and physical endurance

• exceptional role model for Soldiers; projected self-confidence and authority

• enforced high standards and military bearing with all NCOs and Soldiers

• outstanding physical appearance; sets the standard for Soldierly appearance

• personally responsible for platoon APFT average rising from 209 to 220

 

 

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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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• improved the company physical fitness program which led to a xxx APFT average; xx% of Soldiers scored 270 or above, a x% increase, the second best average in BDE

• led from the front during company physical readiness training (PRT); scored 270-300 on the APFT and awarded the Army Physical Fitness Badge; platoon APFT average is xxx

• scored in the top 5% of the battalion on the APFT; demonstrates mental and physical fitness beyond his peers; xx of his/her Soldiers earned the Army Physical Fitness Badge

• scored 300+ and won Iron Soldier award for having the highest APFT score in the BN/BDE

• increased platoon/company APFT average from xxx to xxx as a direct result of commitment to PRT support and Soldier readiness

• received a commander’s coin of excellence for leading a garrison postpartum PRT program, enrolled Soldiers passed the APFT and met height/weight standards

• hand-picked to run the Master Fitness Program for Fort _____; increased unit fitness by xx% in all affected formations

• developed and implemented a Profile Physical Training program; decreased temporary profiles by xx%

• x Soldiers selected for the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club/Sergeant Morales Club board

• inducted into the prestigious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club/S Morales Club; commanding presence and demeanor energized and motivated those around him

• leads the most resilient unit in the organization; his calm demeanor and confidence encouraged all Soldiers to maintain focus under adverse conditions

• displayed the highest level of confidence, enthusiasm, and impeccable military bearing for his SGLs and NCOA students to emulate

• regarded as an expert in drill and ceremonies for establishing the brigade drill team; resulted in two of his NCOs being selected for the division color guard

• received the Order of _____ (branch award) for exceptional dedication, competence, and contributions to the _____ regiment/branch

• displayed a high level of physical fitness by consistently scoring over 270 points on the APFT and maintaining the Army Physical Fitness Badge

• improved the company physical fitness program which led to a 263 APFT average; 37% of Soldiers scored 270 or above, a 19% increase, the second best average in BDE

• placed 1st of 23 teams in recent David E Grange Best Ranger Competition

• superb mentor to mentors; embodies a rare blend of intellect, grit, and competence to challenge subordinates daily through demonstration

• absolute image of the cumulative sum of experience, commitment and resilience

• fitness level is unmatched; earned the Army Physical Fitness Badge of Excellence and led his unit to the highest APFT average in the organization

• greatly respected throughout the organization; frequently sought out for his counsel by leaders outside his organization

• leads the most resilient unit in the organization; his calm demeanor and confidence encouraged all Soldiers to maintain focus under adverse conditions

• placed first in their age bracket in the heavy division category at the Bataan Memorial Death March; a 26.2 mile marathon event conducted in ACUs, boots, and 35 lb rucksack

• won Iron Soldier award for having the highest APFT score in the BN/BDE; scored 354

• projects a commanding presence and models confidence and assurance during Fire Mission Processing; stabilizes emotions in a highly stressful environment

• increased company/platoon APFT average from 220 to 260

• winning an NCO of the month/Quarter board

• him/herself or their Soldier being Selected for the Audie Murphy/Sergeant Morales Board

• received a BDE Commander (or above) Coin of Excellence for leading a Garrison Postpartum PRT program, resulting in enrolled Soldiers passing their APFT and meeting height weight standards

• came in first place in the 12 mile road march while attending the Air Assault School, earning the Roach March Champion title for his class

• excelled through joint exercise as Brigade S3 NCOIC

• managed two C17 special operations liaison element crews by providing tactical control on FOB ______

• inducted into the prestigious SGT Audie Murphy / SGT Morales Club; commanding presence and demeanor energized and motivated those around him

• inspired others to a high level of fitness by scoring 290 on APFT and maintain the Army Physical Fitness Badge with a platoon average of 270

• a consistent model of composure who inspired others to overcome challenges despite harsh environmental conditions during 48-hour counter reconnaissance mission

• maintained composure, command and control after receiving casualties while on patrol; coordinated MEDEVAC while maintaining contact with the enemy

• thrived under adverse conditions through thoughtful preparation and decisive actions allowing ; consistent inspiration to others

• trained NCOs and Soldiers on concepts and aspects of being a part of the “Army Profession” and “Living the Army Ethic”

• provided critical C4I support to special operations commanders in four different theaters of operation; support was critical in the capture and killing of multiple HVTs

• devoted personal time to improve physical fitness standards within the section; resulting in 10 Soldiers being removed from the Army Body Composition Program

• selected as the Company/ Battalion/ Brigade/Division/ Installation/ Army NCO of the year

• scored a 300 on the APFT, demonstrating mental and physical fitness beyond that of his peers

• selected for assignment as a 31K Advanced Leader Course (ALC) Small Group Leader (SGL)

• received accolades from senior mission commander after providing a case update brief on a high visibility sexual assault investigation case

• showed his physical stamina by serving as the Personal Security Agent, during GEN Cartwright’s running of the Marine Corps Marathon

• selected as the Special Agent of the Year for the Battalion/Group/Command

• selected by the Post Command Sergeant Major as a level IV Combatives Instructor to successfully plan and execute a post level Combatives tournament

• selected for assignment as a 31K Senior Leader Course (SLC) Small Group Leader (SGL)

• selected above his/her peers to be 1 of XX Department of the Army certification Authorities appointed by OPMG

• selected by the Army Corrections Command Sergeant Major to serve as Human Resources Command 31E Senior Career Manager NCO

•received the Order of the Marechaussee for his exceptional dedication, competence, and contribution to the Military Police Regiment

• assumed duties as FORSCOM's worldwide sourcing officer for all military working dog missions ensuring all Combatant Command force requirements were met

• nominated and selected to perform duties as the Army Corrections Command Operations Sergeant; responsible for the oversight of six Army Correctional Facilities

• displayed a high level of physical fitness by consistently scoring over 270 points on the APFT and maintaining the Army Physical Fitness Badge

• improved the company physical fitness program which led to a 263 APFT average; 37% of Soldiers scored 270 or above, a 19% increase, the second best average in BDE

• selected as NCO of the Month in a highly competitive program based on knowledge, composure, confidence, and professionalism

• platoon APFT average went up 25 points or more on most recent APFT

• completed Master Fitness Course

• scored a 300+ on the most recent APFT earning his tenth consecutive COA for fitness excellence; absolutely dedicated to exceptional personal fitness

• displayed the highest level of confidence, enthusiasm and impeccable military bearing for his SGLs and NCOA students to emulate

• was praised by NCOA students on end or course critiques for his inviting demeanor which helped create a highly collaborative learning environment supporting the ALM

• established rigorous PT program; XX Soldiers significantly raised APFT scores; inspired unit confidence; scored a XX on (his/her) last APFT, the top 5% in the brigade

• scored within the top 5% of the battalion on the annual APFT; XX of (his/her) Soldiers earned the Army Physical Fitness Badge

• increased (his/her) teams APFT scores by XX% to win the battalion APFT streamer; scored 300 on the APFT throughout the rated period

• maintained Army physical fitness badge by consistently scoring 300 on last APFT

• led his unit to winning the Battalion APFT Award for highest APFT average

• developed and implemented a rigorous and challenging physical training program for his branch, resulting in an average score of 293, highest in the division

• scored 300 points and above consistently during APFT; maintained APFT Badge for six years

• selected Tobyhanna Army Depot's Athlete of the Year

• hand-picked by 3rdBDE CSM to run the Master Fitness Program for Fort Richardson; increased unit fitness by 30% in all effected formations

• decreased temporary profiles by 20% across the unit due to the development and implementation of a Profile Physical Training program

• improved section’s average APFT score by 72 points, five Soldiers received the Army Physical Fitness Badge

• Soldier achieved Master Instructor Certification; awarded Master Instructor Badge

• when squad lost a Soldier in a traffic accident she used it to redefine their team commitment to gunnery

• scored 329 on the last APFT three days after completing the division 12 mile road march with a time of 2:05

• 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 20% of the NCOs of the same grade

• Soldier sets the example for all unit members to follow; selected for Corps Honor Guard

• awarded the Army Physical Fitness Badge consecutively by scoring over 300 points on the APFT; scored on the extended scale for all three events

• developed the unit’s PT program resulting in a 280 point average; established 100% APFT pass rate with ten Physical Fitness Badges and no ABCP enrollments

• regarded as an expert in drill and ceremonies for establishing the brigade drill team; resulted in two of his NCOs being selected for the division color guard

• led from the front during company physical readiness training (PRT); scored a 293 on the APFT and awarded the ARMY physical fitness badge

• graduated Ranger, Airborne, Air assault, and Combat Leaders courses at 41 years of age

• physically fit, scored 300 on most recent APFT

• placed in the top 30% for the GTMO 10 miler team; selected a member for the Heavy COED Bataan Death March Team

• scored (260-300) on last physical fitness test

• surpassed the Company APFT goal of 210, with a score of (260-300)

• selected as post athlete of the year

• finished First in Class 10k Division run

• coach and starting player for 1st place Company basketball team

• selected as MVP for the Fort ______ softball team

• helped his platoon win the Commanders Cup for APFT excellence for the fourth consecutive cycle

• has received 1st place in 5 international weight lifting events

• selected for and competed with the All Army women's basketball team, won the second place trophy

• received impact AAM for continuously scoring above 290 on the APFT

• completed a physically demanding ascent to the summit of Cotopaxi, 19,757 feet

 

 

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• demonstrates outstanding military bearing on a daily basis; consistently chosen to interact with senior members of the brigade (Exceeded Standard)

• mastered the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of a Battalion Operations Sergeant Major (Exceeded Standard)

• constantly seeks ways to improve, learn, grown, as well as formulate and develop new ideas to improve staff functions (Exceeded Standard)