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DA Pamphlet 623-3, NCOER

AR 623-3, NCOER


Quarterly Counseling, NCO

PART III - DUTY DESCRIPTION   (Rater)

a. PRINCIPAL DUTY TITLE
      HUMINT COLLECTOR

b. DUTY MOSC
      35M30

c. DAILY DUTIES AND SCOPE (To include, as appropriate, people, equipment, facilities and dollars)

Obtains critical intelligence information through interrogations, source operations, liaison and key leader engagements; uses interpreters to translate and interpret intelligence; supervises intelligence operations and provides technical guidance to subordinates; reviews reports and assists in presenting information to superiors; supervises two Soldiers.

d. AREAS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS

Ensure shift members are up to date on ancillary training and shift qualified within 3 months.

e. APPOINTED DUTIES

        Training NCO, HAZMAT NCO

f. PHYSICAL FITNESS AND MILITARY BEARING




APFT



APFT DATE



HEIGHT/WEIGHT

a. ARMY VALUES PART IV - ARMY VALUES/ATTRIBUTES/SKILLS/ACTIONS   (Rater)
LOYALTY, DUTY, RESPECT/EO/EEO, SELFLESS-SERVICE, HONOR, INTEGRITY, PERSONAL

TASK/ACTIONS:


o recommend learning and memorizing coalition officer ranks
o work as a team and share all information
o don't send out intel alerts without cell review


PERFORMANCE SUMMARY:


o established productive working relationship with coalition partners
o increased quality and quantity of usable intel by involving all cell members


DA FORM 2166-8-1, OCT 2011

PREVIOUS EDITIONS ARE OBSOLETE

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RATED NCO'S NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)


SSN

b. COMPETENCE

o Duty Proficiency         o Technical and tactical; knowledge, skills, and abilities
o Sound Judgement     o Seeking self-improvement; always learning
o Accomplishing tasks to the fullest capacity, committed to excellence

TASK/ACTIONS:

o check all unit e-mail for misdirected taskings
o maintain awareness of SIPRNET, JWICS, and radio status; report failures immediately
o watch AMHS and SIPRNET traffic at all times for mission taskings
o review the log at start of shift, from the last day worked to present
o don't forget to log/document all situations!

PERFORMANCE SUMMARY:



o maintains up-to-the-minute situational awareness
o identified overlooked threat and coordinated immediate response; prevented casualties



c. PHYSICAL FITNESS & MILITARY BEARING

o Mental and physical toughness     o Endurance and stamina to go the distance
o Displaying confidence and enthusiasm; looks like a soldier

TASK/ACTIONS:

o maintain decorum; no PT gear or civilian clothes in workcenter
o watch conduct off-duty; minor infractions elsewhere are major career-stoppers here
o use caution when participating in on-line political forums/petitions
o maintain fitness; must participate in unit runs unless on shift


PERFORMANCE SUMMARY:



o maintains physical fitness despite constant obstacles
o sets the example in performance and appearance


d. LEADERSHIP

o Mission first
o Instilling the spirit to achieve and win

o Genuine concern for soldiers
o Setting the example; Be, Know, Do

TASK/ACTIONS:

o learn to/increase delegation of taskings
o continue to set the example
o stay involved and follow up frequently


PERFORMANCE SUMMARY:



o the definition of reliability and endurance, ensures continuous mission readiness
o inspired innovation, revised intel summary, produced most detailed reports to date



e. TRAINING

o Individual and team
o Teaching soldiers how; common tasks, duty-related skills

o Mission focused; performance oriented
o Sharing knowledge and experience to fight, survive and win

TASK/ACTIONS:

o ensure section members stay up to date on ancillary training
o record your actions and incorporate into training OI to aid next incoming Soldier
o ask for help if having problems; ensure subordinates have tools required to succeed
o do not commit to off-duty education before clearing with NCOIC


PERFORMANCE SUMMARY:



o sought out experts, qualified himself in duties in less than 3 months



f. RESPONSIBILITY & ACCOUNTABLITY

o Care and maintenance of equipment/facilities
o Conservation of supplies and funds
o Responsible for good, bad, right & wrong

o Soldier and equipment safety
o Encouraging soldiers to learn and grow

TASK/ACTIONS:

o maintain accountability of issued equipment and ensure security procedures are followed
o remain alert for security breaches, always use STE
o always follow safety procedures; do not operate vehicle or join patrol before being briefed



PERFORMANCE SUMMARY:



o recovered $15,000 in XB3 and non-accountable radio cables and batteries lent to maint section
o cleaned up hand-receipt file, increased accuracy and reduced documents by 50%



DA FORM 2166-8-1, OCT 2011

PREVIOUS EDITIONS ARE OBSOLETE

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APD PE v1.00E8



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