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13F FIRE SUPPORT SERGEANT NCOER EXAMPLE


PART III - DUTY DESCRIPTION ( Rater )

  a. PRINCIPAL DUTY TITLE
    COMPANY FIRE SUPPORT SERGEANT

  b. DUTY MOSC
    13F3V

  c. DAILY DUTIES AND SCOPE   (to include, as appropriate, people, equipment, facilities and dollars)
    Company Fire Support Sergeant in a Ranger Battalion with no-notice worldwide deployment contingency missions; principal enlisted advisor to the Company Fire Support Officer; plans and coordinates all fire support for the company, to include attack helicopters, naval gunfire, close air support, mortars, and field artillery. Responsible for the health and welfare, training, and operational readiness of twelve soldiers; responsible for equipment valued in excess of $700,000. Performs the duties of the Company FSO in his absence.
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  d. AREAS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS
    Operation Enduring Freedom; Operation Iraqi Freedom; Fixed Wing Multilateral Training Exercise 2-06; Joint Firepower Course; Basic Non-Commissioned Officers Course.
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  e. APPOINTED DUTIES
    Headquarters Platoon Sergeant; Company Stinger NCO; Equal Opportunity NCO; Unit Sexual Harrassment Monitor.
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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 exemplifies both the NCO and the Ranger Creed
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    o committed to the development of his team and subordinates
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    o places the needs of the unit and mission above his own
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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 planned and executed fire support assets for a difficult air assault mission in hostile terrain exceeding 7,000' elevation
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    o served as AC-130H gunship LNO, providing vital liaison between ground forces and close air support personnel
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    o controlled multiple simultaneous fire support missions in support of a Special Operations Quick Reaction Force
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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 291 on APFT
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    o conducted regular ranger standard 5 mile runs in under 45 minutes
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    o conducted seven road marches in excess of 15 miles in under 3.5 hours
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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 led three multiservice fire support rehearsals in order to ensure success of a battalion airfield seizure
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    o assumed role as FSO to lead his fire support team on Special Operations QRF platoon missions for two months during a combat deployment
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    o led FIST team through a week of physical, mental, technical, and tactical events during a Ranger Battalion Best FIST competition
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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 completed Joint Firepower Course (JFC) and taught Air Force employment and tactics to his team in order to ensure mission success
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    o trained four new FOs to execute a complicated night airfield seizure involving four A-10s, two F-16s, one AC-130U, and two AH-6s
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    o sought out and conducted weekly ranges with A-10s, AH-64s, and AC-130H Gunships while forward deployed in Afghanistan
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  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 maintained 100% accountability of $700,000 worth of team equipment during three month combat rotations to Iraq and Afghanistan
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    o employed Special Operations fire support assets on multiple combat operations with no injuries or fatalities
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    o responsible for researching, testing, and fielding FIST equipment used to support Ranger combat missions
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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

    o outstanding performance on the battlefield in Afghanistan and Iraq
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    o promote ahead of peers and send to ANCOC as soon as possible
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    o absolute unlimited potential
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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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        Battalion Fire Support NCO____
        JFC Instructor_______________
        Regimental Assistant FSNCO___
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