Achieves NCOER Bullet Comments

Gets Results.

Basic Training Graduation

o was selected over 20 other NCOs to represent the company at NCO of the month at Battalion and placed first out of 10 competitors

o led team of 3 Soldiers in ERBIL IRAQ to successfully turn in over 5 million dollars worth of equipment to Redistribution Property Accountability Team

o overcame obstacles to mission accomplishment during 2 virtual IDT periods; assisted in arranging training and met mission intent with limited resources

o coached subordinates and peers during annual IWQ resulting in 10 soldiers achieving the sharpshooter badge

o selected as section accountability NCOIC; achieved 100% accountability of over $500k of sensitive equipment during multiple field exercises

o coached subordinates during a mounted and dismounted M240B and MK19 crew-served weapons range; resulted in 10 qualified teams in the Battery

o developed and mentored his Soldier to assume duties of greater responsibility and successfully certify as a Ammunition Team Chief during the LFX

o conducted the first tandem sling load in Squadron utilizing the A22 cargo bag and cargo net during the Artillery Air Assault mission

o stepped up to the plate and shared his marksmanship knowledge and experience; qualified the entire company on the M4

o facilitated the administration of over 1,000 COVID 19 tests; exceeded unit goals and enhanced the health of the community

o exploited her experience as CBRN NCO; obtained the isopropyl alcohol needed to conduct 127 tests with the Protective Assessment Test System

o made decisions based on the best interest of the 194th XXXX; became one of the most trusted leaders in the Brigade

o recognized by the 1SG for her professionalism during the Live Fire exercise; led to enrollment in the Vehicle Crew Evaluator Course

o earned a reputation for reliability and competence; built a level of trust among Soldiers of each unit that fell under 25TH CAB for repairs and services

o surpassed her peers in training and additional duties; selected to prioritize training and mentor new Soldiers

o established critical relationships with senior leadership; expanded access to support and resources to accomplish critical tasks

o performed all tasks to the fullest, accomplishing all tasks with superior results; extremely competent NCO

o salvaged parts for two mission critical STTs; resulted in 100% equipment validation and mission success during CSTX 86-19-03

o obtained certification as a tactical commander of 11 military vehicles; improved unit mobility and ensured additional manning resources were available

o demonstrated the ability to make sound decisions in the absence of the Platoon Sergeant; assign more responsibility

o showed a strong drive and concern for the health and welfare of all Soldiers; forged a team dedicated to readiness

o modified NSN repair parts to work on TPE Gators and Polaris when civilian parts were unavailable; prevented conditions from limiting the mission

o used all available resources and support to eliminate delays in GCSS-Army processing; sustained organizational aviation maintenance capabilities

o enforced man hour tracking of direct labor hours on Unit and Support Maintenance mission operations; poised unit for additional manpower allocation

o performed extensive cost benefit-analysis for four training events; support gained approval from the Protocol Office

o achieved 100% of assigned recruiting mission during FY 18 in only 9 months; currently holds a 136% mission rating

o increased accessions by 200% at Tuscaloosa County HS and turned it into the highest producing high school in the team area

o empowered subordinate NCOs to complete tasks; achieved success with limited resources, on time and with accuracy

o planned and supported transportation operations within the NCR; readily supported over 30,000 customers over a variety of circumstances

o orchestrated the preparation and movement of over $10,000,000 in equipment to a forward deployed location; key to mission sustainment

o shared his extensive gunnery knowledge and skill with his crew; crew achieved a qualification rating in their first HMMWV gunnery

o used all available resources to accomplish all missions assigned; a no-nonsense NCO who produced concrete results

o achieved 100% of his assigned recruiting mission during FY19; currently at 100% mission for FY20

o proved himself a true professional by implementing a new standard of practice (SOP) for the servicing and maintaining of the squadron's weapon systems

o exemplified the team first mentality, going above and beyond to coach, mentor and work with team members on his own time to increase knowledge and share best practices in all areas of maintenance

o led platoon during a key point in the defense phase of BDE EXEVAL; single handedly destroyed four vehicle crews and six enemy dismounts

o operated as sole support by fire for two entire objectives during Bronco Strike 2019; led Company Team to accomplish mission

o instrumental in revising the battle rhythm throughout the battalion; resulting in improved performance across all measured areas

o trained Soldiers on all mandatory training while simultaneously allowing max participation in unit morale functions

o managed the regiment's TMDE program flawlessly; maintained an availability rate of 99.5% and a delinquency rate of 0%

o won the NCO of the Month and NCO of the Quarter board

o successfully completed over 20 Refuel On the Move (ROM) operations for five Troop, Squadron, and Brigade training exercises

o maintained 100% accountability of over $1 million in backshop equipment & property

o ensured accountability and safety of Soldiers during Unit training resulting in zero accidents during this rating period

o inspired and motivated marginal Soldiers within the Unit to willingly perform and be succesful

o extraordinary commitment and constant monitoring of ABCP and Soldier issues resulted in a 100% reporting rate

o cross trained to assist the Air Force Joint Inspection (JI) team with the loading of multiple C-130 and C-17 aircraft with supplies and equipment destined for Marathon Key emergency response point

o always motivated and eager to accomplish the task at hand and help others

o enabled mission assurance for critical cyberspace operations; his rapid COA development and implementation resulted in multiple successful operations

o coordinated, planned, and executed 4 ceremonies for a one star general

o regularly communicated successful procedures and used appropriate influence technique to energize others

o managed over 90 taskings with limited resources; balanced competing missions, trainings and base operation requirements

o designed and implemented a readiness status tracker spanning 10 UICs; improved readiness and training status more than 50%

o managed the execution of over 45 VIP taskings for a three star command team with no loss to mission capabilities

o successfully incorporated MOS cross training and ensured his Soldiers received mission focused training to prepare for NTC rotations 12-01 and 13-02

o coordinated, planned, and executed artillery missions for a one star general in three ceremonies; one on a two weeks notice

o personally recognized by a one star general for his superior performance during various ceremonies

o coordinated, planned, executed and instructed the BN CLS course for HHC and tactical company deploying to a combat zone

o qualified Expert on assigned weapon, highest score in his/her company

o revised and improved Battalion COMMO and maintenance programs; increased equipment serviceability rate by 20%

o completed all assigned COMMO preparations ahead of suspense date; used remaining time for site improvements and BN critical training during unit activation for National State of Emergency

o provided substantial, pivotal, and decisive Communications in remote locations during a civil response convoy

o essential during pre-mob training for platoons preparing for deployment

o trained Soldiers on critical weapons tasks; got three Soldiers to zero on IWQ

o sent five NCOs to attend NCOES and enabled ten NCOs to graduate military schools to fulfill required additional duties for unit readiness

o completed all assigned construction missions ahead of schedule; used remaining time for site improvements

o individual achieved over 450 hours of correspondence courses

o earned a rating of "exceeds the standard" on three additional duty areas during command inspections

o accomplished 130 of 145 qualification tasks; 75% completed on two airframes; ahead of peers

o achieved an outstanding rating on 3 out of 4 command inspections, best in the battalion

o exceeded course standards with academic average of 98% at Battle Staff NCO School

o first unit NCO to earn I Corps Distinguished Leader by demonstrating outstanding leadership skills

o produced finance and personnel actions for 250 soldiers with zero late transactions

o exploited scarce local resources to maintain mission production rate

o maintained 100% operational readiness rate during Operation Noble Anvil despite equipment and manpower shortages

o kept his crew alive during 23 IED attacks; detected another five IEDs before detonation

o revised and improved Battalion supply and maintenance programs; increased equipment serviceability rate by 20%

o provided daily logistics support to two maneuver task forces simultaneously, over 1,000 Soldiers across three provinces, the only FSC in the brigade capable of this mission

o maximized limited resources to build first-rate IMINT products ISO SOCCENT requirements

o organized internal maintenance program resulting in a 98% operational readiness rate for all team assigned equipment

o reduced waiting period for Computerized Tomography exams from 1 month to 1 day


o overcame obstacles to mission accomplishment; arranged training, obtained personnel, met mx requirements ahead of schedule

o served as the Supply Sergeant for six months in the Supply NCO's absence; focused research and planning ensured there was no degradation to the mission

o achieved success when challenged with limited resources; coordinated with other post agencies to share workload, delivered training aids in time for planning conference

o developed a plan to turn in over $60,000 of serviceable CLIX service and repair parts to the SSA; created a more efficient and clean parts bin

o charged to build Route Wanna checkpoint and reconstruct the road between two villages; completed 2 weeks ahead of schedule, enabled supply access for AUP to assist 200 villagers

o used all available resources to accomplish the mission; coordinated with outside units to obtain support for personnel; eliminated admin delays

o trained Soldiers on all critical tasks; reduced errors on monthly AMSS reports to zero

o analyzed recruiting process, identified shortfalls, renewed focus; ROTC Detachment exceeded recruitment mission by ten percent



Needs Improvement

o failed to complete multiple CBRN tasks issued by the battery commander; counseled numerous times to complete his duties within the suspense provided

o required supervision to work effectively, needs to develop self-discipline and learn to work efficiently when independent

o worked well under supervision but needs to develop self-discipline and learn to work independently

o ignored daily taskings; lack of records led to multiple write ups during QA inspection

o was consistently late on all training milestones; 30 days behind on SSD-2; threatens Section readiness

o overestimated Sections' capabilities; failed to deliver during CAPEX; caused revision of training standards and evaluation

o turned down opportunities for new experience and professional growth; not progressing or advancing in responsibility

o was uncooperative when corrected and displayed a consistent lack of interest in Section goals

o did not support organizational morale events; weakened camaraderie and unit cohesion

o cannot be depended on and is frequently late for shift; recommended for reclassification

o reported to work under the influence of alcohol; unable to execute his duties and breached safety protocols

o couldn't be relied upon to maintain production rate in the absence of supervision

o was and is negligent in meeting his responsibilities causing numerous obstacles to mission accomplishment

o failed to understand the importance of his duties, took advantage of every opportunity to avoid responsibility

o failed to identify critical mistakes which reduced productivity and wasted valuable time and unit funds

o struggled to meet the general expectations and internal suspenses directed by the commander

o accomplished all tasks to the minimum standard

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