Achieves NCOER Bullet Comments

Gets Results.

Basic Training Graduation

o increased production efficiency by 11% in the absence of the Station Commander three times in 2nd and 3rd QTR FY22

o completed the Army BSEP to further his own education and career; his efforts made him an even greater asset to his team and himself

o completed all HAZMAT documents for the movement of 4 containers during the November Division Training Density (DTD); successful and safe movement

o NCOIC of the FARP maintenance section during the July gunnery; incident free fuel delivery enabled the Battalion to qualify multiple aircrews

o developed SOP for training room; improved systems and efficiency for data entry into DTMS by 30%

o fostered technical and tactical expertise; produced an overall rating of 84% during the ARMS inspection, best score in 7 years

o assisted in the mission planning and execution for a company level FTX; accomplished all annual AWT requirements

o managed manning levels and iteratively reallocated personnel; met anticipated operational and personnel needs

o completed ACFT level-one Grader Course; poised for advancement and new challenges

o managed the platoon in the absence of the Platoon Sergeant; sustained mission and completed all tasks without supervision

o coordinated a bilateral and multi-domain operational design to synchronize Japanese and US Army common operational picture

o managed 60 Soldiers called to active duty for 50 days ISO ARNG response to COVID-19; multiplied medical response

o completed 31 schools requests, 280 pay transactions, 100 DTS vouchers, resulting in 90% Unit Readiness ISO MOB

o augmented the Commander's personal security detail; increased security for senior leaders operating in forward areas during NTC force on force battle periods

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 assisted leadership with inspection of all unit sensitive items resulting in 100% accountability

o employed one vehicle, two Air Defense workstations and section equipment valued in excess of $120,000; maintained section readiness at 90%

o enforced safety during all ranges, training events and vehicle operations; resulted in zero injuries

o selected to be RSO for M249 night fire range; conducted PMI and achieved 90% of Soldiers qualifying on their assigned weapon

o maintained accountability of three HMMWVs with associated BII, weapons, and equipment valued in excess of $1,000,000

o synchronized PBUSE/ARIMS supply management files for over 185 LIN valued over $65M

o made sound and timely decisions in the absence of orders and took responsibility for herself and her Soldier

o achieved mission success with little or no guidance; consistently performed at high level

o demonstrated rare technical and tactical knowledge; selected for promotion

o earned a Commendable rating for TRANSEC key control during Battalion Command Inspection Program

o accomplished all tasks assigned with total accuracy

o completed 9 semester hours of college towards a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice

o certified over 125 equipment items, key to laboratory's 3 day backlog, lowest backlog in 6 years

o achieved commendable rating as unit security manager on Battalion Command Inspection Program

o awarded AAM by DC for outstanding administration of unit's NCO-ER program

o achieved Senior Instructor level at the USAOC&S ahead of peers

o achieved superior results when challenged with major responsibilities and limited resources

o advanced through duty positions as Survey Team Chief, Reconnaissance NCO, and ultimately Operations NCO during his assignment with the 3rd CST

o orchestrated an efficient maintenance plan which recovered 15 UH60A aircraft upon redeployment from OEF and OIF

o reduced Qualified Not Enlisted rate from 10 percent to all time low of 2.8 percent

o revised the company Field Sanitation Program and SOP, raised the inspected area from black to green

o served as Primary Key Custodian; ensured security, accountability and around the clock emergency access to all platoon equipment without a single incident

o established a training program within the squad that increased technician skills and decreased NMC vehicles by 40%

o delivered over 2M gallons of JP-8 aviation fuel to 110K aircraft annually; maintained impressive 15-minute average response time

o cleared over 2,000 miles during route clearance missions; detected two IEDs and safed, prevented casualties

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

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

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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