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MOS 92F42S NCOER EXAMPLE


PART III - DUTY DESCRIPTION ( Rater )

  a. PRINCIPAL DUTY TITLE
    PETROLEUM OPERATIONS OBSERVER CONTROLLER

  b. DUTY MOSC
    92F42S

  c. DAILY DUTIES AND SCOPE   (to include, as appropriate, people, equipment, facilities and dollars)
    Serves as a Petroleum Operations Observer Controller within the Operations Group Goldminer Team; responsible for the training and safety of leaders and Soldiers in platoons exceeding 60 personnel, up to 10 times per year; training rotational units on Tactical Convoy Operations, Force Protection and BSB Supply Company operations including class I, II, IV,V,VI, VII and IX; serves as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) to the Goldminer Team relating to all fuel issues and assets; conducts After Action Reviews (AARs) for over 10 rotations a year enhancing the units combat capabilities for future deployment.
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  d. AREAS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS
    Petroleum Operations; Combat Logistics Patrol; Personnel Recovery Operations; Rural Live Fire; Company Intelligence Support Team (COIST)
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  e. APPOINTED DUTIES
    Primary Unit Prevention Leader
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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 firm and fair, a strong advocate of equal opportunity
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    o intense, positive drive towards professional excellence
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    o consistently sacrifices for the good of the unit
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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 selected over 32 senior NCOs as the observer controller of the rotation for 10-05 for his unparalleled ability to prepare units for their upcoming combat deployment
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    o selected to coach and advise the Canadian National Support Element; refining their slingload, convoy and commodity tracking capabilities in preparation for combat tour
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    o established Unit Prevention standard operating procedures and continuity book; supervised the flawless urinalysis testing of over 200 Soldiers from Operations Group
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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 always showed excellent military bearing; was the example for the team and for the rotational units to follow
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    o is mentally and physically able to work well past a normal 10-hour varying training schedule with enthusiasm and energy and attention to detail
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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 used combat experience and tactical knowledge to teach, coach, and mentor seven Platoon Leaders and Platoon Sergeants in the doctrinal employment of POL assets
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    o always went the extra mile in coaching Platoon Leaders and Platoon Sergeants to ensure their ability to forecast commodity requirements in support of missions
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    o provided analytical feedback on COIST management to over 600 company leaders and Soldiers during seven rotations; helped become 100% combat ready
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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 trained seven Distribution Platoons procedures prioritizing their focus on communications and force protection and safety and combat logistics patrol
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    o trained over 300 personnel during the Rural Live Fire event; enhancing their ability to counter IED, sniper fire and vehicle recovery during convoy operations
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    o trained over 70 personnel at the National Training Center on Personnel Recovery operations improving their ability to evade capture in the wake of an isolating event
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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 emphasis on safety resulted in 63 convoys traveling over 8,000 miles without incident; ensured units incorporated composite risk management in every operation
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    o supervised the issue and transport of over two million gallons of JP-8 and 800,000 tons of commodities over seven rotations without incident
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    o accurately maintained 100% accountability and serviceability of assigned equipment valued at over $100,000
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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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        First Sergeant_______________________
        Support Operations NCOIC____________
        Chief, Instructor/Writer________________
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