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25T SIGNAL SUPPORT NCOIC NCOER EXAMPLE


PART III - DUTY DESCRIPTION ( Rater )

  a. PRINCIPAL DUTY TITLE
    Signal Support NCOIC

  b. DUTY MOSC
    25T5O

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

NCOIC of the Telecommunications Section, directly supports the CDR, UNC/CFC/USFK, the CDR, and CSM 8th US Army with sustained rapid, reliable, and responsive communications at the Headquarters Office, Command Post, quarters, and while traveling in Korea and worldwide, traveling with the CDRs during contingencies, and TDY to install, operate, and maintain their personal C4I communications equipment, establish & operate a forward based 24 hour control center; responsible for health, morale, and welfare of 5 NCOs.


  d. AREAS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS
    Travel Communication Support; Ulchi Focus 05.
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  e. APPOINTED DUTIES
   
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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 displays absolute loyalty to the unitís mission
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    o leads by example 24 hours a day; embodies Army values
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    o totally committed to his Soldiers; sets and enforces high standards
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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

o directly supported three General Officers and their respective CSMs during 40 days of deployment

o researched, developed, and operated mobile satellite terminal that supported the deployed Combatant Commander with current intel

o recognized by the Combatant Commander for efficient C4I equipment set-up and operation at warfighter command post

  c. PHYSICAL FITNESS & MILITARY BEARING
    o Mental and Physical Toughness
    o Endurance and Stamina to go the Distance
    o Displaying Confidence and Enthusiasm;
    o Looks Like a Soldier

o demonstrated impeccable bearing, professionalism, and stamina while directly supporting the Commander, UNC/CFC/USFK

o approached each new task with eagerness and enthusiasm

o displayed exceptional professional drive and energy

  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

o provided signal support to the Secretary of State, SECDEF, NETCOM CDR, and SMA during their visit to South Korea

o his mission first attitude resulted in around-the-clock connectivity and maintenance for over 600 users and 25 telephone systems

o supervised the installation of the new Combatant Commanderís office and residential SIPR/NIPR networks and equipment

  e. TRAINING
    o Individual and Team
    o Mission Focused; Performance Oriented
    o Teaching Soldiers How; Common Tasks,
    o Duty-related Skills
    o Sharing Knowledge and Experience to Fight,
    o Survive and Win

o coordinated responsive telecommunications support for more than 350 telephone lines supporting the Commander, UNC/CFC/USFK

o trained all new team members on all equipment, increased circuit uptime and reduced unscheduled outages

o trained the CGs, CofS, CSM staffs on telecommunications theory and operation; increased efficiency by 30%

  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

o maintained 100% accountability of $3M worth of communications equipment scattered across 300 square miles and seven installations

o drove over 500 accident-free miles in a high-risk, congested area

o provided C4I guidance and training to the most senior General Officers and NCOs within the command on a daily basis

PART V - OVERALL PERFORMANCE AND POTENTIAL

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




  e. SENIOR RATER BULLET COMMENTS

o promote now

o excelled during several in-country and OCONUS missions in direct signal support of the Combatant Commander and his staff

o assign to the most demanding units in the Army; he will excel

o unlimited potential for service to our Army

o outstanding performer, takes care of Soldiers while focused on mission accomplishment

  b. RATER. List three positions in which the rated
    NCO could best serve the Army at his/her
    current or next higher grade


    C4I Planner________________
    BDE Operations NCOIC______
    First Sergeant_______________



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