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11B PLATOON SERGEANT NCOER EXAMPLE


PART III - DUTY DESCRIPTION ( Rater )

  a. PRINCIPAL DUTY TITLE
    PLATOON SERGEANT

  b. DUTY MOS
    11B4V

  c. DAILY DUTIES AND SCOPE   (to include, as appropriate, people, equipment, facilities and dollars)
    Responsible for the morale, health, and training of a 39 man Rifle Platoon; responsible for the maintenance, accountability, and effective utilization of all platoon assigned weapons, night observation devices, communications equipment, and individual equipment worth over $500,000; counsels, disciplines, and develops soldiers and NCOs into competent leaders; maintains the highest state of combat readiness regardless of conditions and personnel changes.
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  d. AREAS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS
    Operation Enduring Freedom; Operation Iraqi Freedom; BN Fixed Wing MLAT 03-04; SOSOP Training; Platoon EXEVAL; BILAT; Squad LFXs; Jumpmaster MTT.
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  e. APPOINTED DUTIES
    Jumpmaster; Fastrope Master; Range Safety Officer.
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  f. COUNSELING DATES
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PART IV - ARMY VALUES/ ATTRIBUTES/ SKILLS/ ACTIONS ( Rater )
  a. ARMY VALUES.   Check Either YES or NO. (Comments are mandatory for "No" entries; optional for "Yes" entries.)

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    V
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               A
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                        L
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                                U
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                                          E
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                                                  S
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  1   LOYALTY: Bears true faith and allegiance to the US constitution, the Army, the unit, and other soldiers.
  2   DUTY: Fulfills their obligations
  3   RESPECT/EO/EEO: Treats people as they should be treated.
  4   SELFLESS SERVICE: Puts the welfare of the nation, the Army, and subordinates before their own.
  5   HONOR: Lives up to all the Army values.
  6   INTEGRITY: Does what is right --legally and morally.
  7   PERSONAL COURAGE: Faces fear, danger, or adversity (physical and moral).

  Bullet Comments
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    o displayed selfless-service and true dedication to his unit at all times, never placing his needs before the needs of his peers or subordinates
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    o fearless in his execution of mission requirements
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    o instills and enforces dicipline always taking the hard right over the easy wrong
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  b. COMPETENCE
        o Duty Proficiency; MOS Competency
        o Technical & Tactical; Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
        o Sound Judgement
        o Seeking Self-improvement; Always Learning
        o Accomplishing Tasks to the Fullest Capacity
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    o made key planning contributions in addition to perfectly executing four direct action air assaults during OEF devastating local terrorist networks
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    o performed assistant jumpmaster duties supporting four high profile missions flawlessly during the toughest Battalion level training exercises
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    o qualified expert consistently on all Regimental assigned weapons during day, night, and NBC qualifications
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  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
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    o scored 285 on the Army Physical Fitness Test
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    o unrivaled physical and mental toughness; will lead the platoon to accomplish the mission under any circumstances
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    o instills confidence and the desire to be the best in his soldiers; the example of an NCO
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  d. LEADERSHIP
        o Mission First
        o Genuine Concern for the Soldiers
        o Instilling the Spirit to Achieve and Win
        o Setting the Example; Be, Know, Do
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    o responsible for the ranger school OML, resulting in twenty soldiers graduating from ranger school in the past year
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    o recognized by the Battalion CSM for setting the example in MOUT live fire training, resulting in 100% of the force meeting training standards
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    o deployed to OEF as platoon leader for six months and performed planning and executing at a level far above his experience level and rank
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  e. TRAINING
        o Individual and Team
        o Mission Focused; Performance Oriented
        o Teaching Soldiers How; Common Tasks,
            Duty-related Skills
        o Sharing Knowledge and Experience to Fight,
            Survive and Win
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    o coached seven soldiers to successfully complete static line jumpmaster school
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    o selflessly devotes off-duty time to training and mentoring junior leaders for their current and advanced duty positions
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    o maintained tough training schedules while deployed to both OEF and OIF focusing on marksmanship, medical skills, and small unit tactics space

  f. RESPONSIBILITY & ACCOUNTABILITY
        o Care and Maintenance of Equipment/Facilities
        o Soldier and Equipment Safety
        o Conservation of Supplies and Funds
        o Encouraging Soldiers to Learn and Grow
        o Responsible for Good, Bad, Right & Wrong
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    o responsible and reliable risk manager; RSO for countless ranges including squad and team live fires resulting in zero incidents or injuries
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    o maintains 100% accountability of all platoon equipment valued in excess of $500,000
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    o deployed and redeployed from two operational theaters; 100% accountability of all platoon equipment, no serious injury to soldiers
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PART V - OVERALL PERFORMANCE AND POTENTIAL

  a. RATER. Overall Potential for Promotion and/or
        Service in Positions of Greater Responsibility
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  e. SENIOR RATER BULLET COMMENTS

   
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  b. RATER. List three positions in which the rated
        NCO could best serve the Army at his/her
        current or next higher grade
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        COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT_______
        RECON DETACHMENT 1SG_________
        RANGER INSTRUCTOR_____________
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