Character NCOER Bullet Comments

Army values, Empathy, Warrior Ethos/Service Ethos, and Discipline. SHARP, EO, and EEO.

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o fully supported the Army's SHARP and EO programs; ensured fair and respectful treatment of assigned Soldiers and civilians in the organization

o exemplified the "Be, Know and Do" leadership philosophy; a dedicated professional who displayed servant leadership

o fostered a working environment conducive to the adherence to the SHARP and EO program enabling subordinates to report program violations

o committed to the development of the Profession of Arms and always sets the example for others to follow; embodies the Army Values and Warrior Ethos

o made the SHARP program a top priority for his unit; facilitated numerous forums focused on changing the culture; fostered a superb working climate

o truly epitomized the Army values; inspired others to commit to the Professional Army ethic through his personal example

o focused on mission accomplishment and consistently achieved superior results

o accepted all challenges and responsibilities without hesitation

o displayed uncompromising passion for mission accomplishment

o used time wisely; excelled at completing assigned tasks on time and meeting critical deadlines

o volunteered for additional duties and accepted responsibility to ensure mission accomplishment; superb team player

o welcomed all new arrivals and helped them integrate into daily operations; key factor in shop harmony and efficiency

o worked until the mission was completed; a dependable asset that is the definition of readiness

o seized every opportunity to contribute to the workcenter; increased maintenance effectiveness across the board

o delayed college enrollment to cover manning deficiency; cooperative team player who puts service before self

o shared insights and experience gained during Joint exercise with other section members; multiplied section expertise

o sacrificed his personal time to accept additional duties; sustained operations despite manning shortage

o maintained impeccable moral and ethical standards; set the example for subordinates, peers, and seniors Soldiers

o revived Battalion program that mowed yards of deployed Soldiers; instilled sense of family and reduced separation stress

o invaluable support; completed shift-change checklist daily; ensured smooth shift turn-over and reduced inter-shift conflict

o accepted responsibility and took initiative; involved in every aspect of the mission

o took responsibility for his actions; worked with peers to correct failures

o supported a climate of dignity and respect; ensured the fair and respectful treatment of all assigned personnel

o worked diligently on training tasks; made steady incremental progress daily; on schedule to be 100% qualified within 6 months

o surveyed all platoon members to ensure all had cold weather gear; arranged supply issue for ARNG Soldiers; prevented cold weather injury & facilitated team success

o addressed peers and subordinates with respect; facilitated feedback and communication and a productive work environment

o upheld and enforced the Army Core Values

o communicated a positive attitude toward mission accomplishment

o exemplified the "Be, Know and Do" leadership philosophy; a truly dedicated professional

o completed all tasks expected of an NCO; reliable and capable, he is the go-to NCO for mission accomplishment

o driven to succeed; is self-motivated with a strong sense of purpose

o showed great pride in the unit; volunteered to lead visitor tour

o attained results regardless of the mission or tasks

o prioritized Soldier care while remaining committed to the requirements of Army regulations

o enforced adherence to regulations and standing OIs

o handled situations firmly and fairly; unequaled in promoting harmony and teamwork

o demonstrated loyalty to the commander's intent; went above and behold to execute that mission

o synchronized the consistent delivery of over 25,000 lines of medical supplies valued in excess of $8 million

o is the only Soldier who asks if there is anything that needs to be done when arriving on shift; lowest ranking but most mature and productive team member

o spent her time preparing and studying; knowledge of the supply system enabled her to better support the command

o valued by leadership; can be depended upon to perform under the most extreme circumstances

o implemented the Army's SHARP/EO programs; ensured fair and respectful treatment of assigned Soldiers and civilians

o displayed a high degree of professionalism and demanded the same of others

o dependable; is reliable and trustworthy when given an assignment

o served as a member of the team and showed pride in unit

o enforced standards and discipline among the junior enlisted; upheld the Army Values

o contributed to an environment of dignity and respect for all team members; fully supported SHARP, enhanced morale

o appeared at the division Sergeant Audie Murphy board during combat operations; a classic example of a true NCO representing the top 20% of NCOs in the brigade;

o stood up for his soldiers and himself; identified unknown inequalities and improved resource allocation

o reinforced SHARP, EEO programs; displayed respect in a challenging multinational environment

o accepted all responsibilities and tackled all missions successfully

o showed concern for Soldiers; balanced placing the mission first while ensuring Soldiers personal needs were met

o recognized for honest and trustworthy actions

o worked efficiently with staff and is committed to the unit's mission

o supported EO and SHARP directives; educated Soldiers when questions arose, always ensured his Soldiers understood the new regulations

o worked tirelessly to fulfill mission requirements; prepared 160 pallets in less than 7 days

o motivated and challenged peers through leadership by example

o lived by the Be, Know, Do mentality, demonstrating while teaching how to be proficient in all MOS-specific tasks

o embodied the "always watchful" motto, displaying constant vigilance in the face of a technologically diverse enemy

o upheld the Army Equal Opportunity and SHARP Program

o demonstrated stamina and endurance in completion of daily duties and missions

o epitomized selfless-service by placing the needs of his Soldiers and unit above his own

o exhibited the highest standards of loyalty, integrity and personal behavior at all times

o supported and encouraged allegiance to mission

o went the extra mile to complete the job

o innovative and determined in pursuit of goals of the Army

o worked behind the scenes to ensure all equipment and COMSEC was packed and available but credited team for success of Ft Bliss joint exercise

o assisted in national awareness of a project that has raised $17,898.38 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation

o contributed to a positive and productive environment and enforced SHARP policies

o exemplified the Army SHARP, EO and EEO principles through word and deed; served as an example for seniors, peers and subordinates to emulate

o instilled cohesion and teamwork in his soldiers

o assisted the Command with cleaning up non-participant numbers; lowered the Battalion's numbers by 15% overall

o rejected transfer to rear to remain behind with his team

o maintained professionalism in every aspect of her performance during the rated period

o lived the morals and values he teaches to others; a man/woman of true integrity

o stellar NCO; possesses the highest level of integrity and moral conviction

o possessed unselfish dedication to duty and quality maintenance

o worked enthusiastically alongside peers and subordinates; demonstrated a high level of commitment and dedication

o is fully supportive of the Army's policies on SHARP, EO and EEO, maintaining a professional work ethic and enforcement of standards

o looked upon by superiors, peers and subordinates as a model Soldier and extraordinary leader

o made mission accomplishment his top priority

o took great pride in supporting Soldiers

o involved in every aspect of the mission; was a positive influence on team members

o volunteered to assist in the battery self-help project; contagious enthusiasm revitalized shop morale and resulted in 100% participation

o valued for her commitment and loyalty

o demonstrated the highest of standards of conduct on and off duty

o emphasized safety, equity, and fairness and supported the unit SHARP program; earned reputation as a respected senior NCO

o placed others' needs above her own and always stayed until the job was done

o confronted sensitive issues; understands the excitement of truth and the necessity of leadership

o exercised mature judgment and meticulous attention to detail

o performed at a level above the normal call of duty; produced exemplary results

o trusted by his superiors to lead the platoon and make the right decisions

o exhibited a high level of enthusiasm which influenced his section; raised workplace morale

o showed respect to superiors and subordinates alike; committed to building the morale of Soldiers

o made a comprehensive effort to educate leaders and Soldiers about equal opportunity, sexual harassment and sexual assault during all facets of training

o demonstrated the highest standards of loyalty, integrity and personal courage

o demonstrated initiative by taking action quickly and with authority

o conducted himself as a professional Soldier and Senior NCO; demonstrated leadership and integrity

o her personal integrity is unquestionable

o versatile; always accepted assignments within or outside her MOS to support the entire mission

o exemplified selfless service by contributing his knowledge and expertise, enforcing Army standards, and encompassing Army values in all he does

o excelled as Unit Prevention Leader; meticulous attention to detail ensured no discrepancies occurred during the testing process

o sought challenges and professional growth no matter the difficulty

o demanded impeccable self and organization discipline

o participated in every community service event; is an asset any unit would value

o sought new and difficult challenges and responsibilities; poised for advancement

o volunteered to participate in and support Change of Command, 2 parades, and post cleanup; enhanced Army image

o coached new planner in completing his duties; identified requirements, routine obstacles and workarounds; facilitated operational success for entire team

o embraced all tasks with a zest that resonated with and inspired his Soldiers

o joined a positive group of Soldiers who coached him through daily responsibilities; on site less than 30 days, can already be left unsupervised to complete tasks

o exhibited pride in the unit; believes in team building and force multiplication

o upheld the Army Values by enforcing standards and discipline among the junior enlisted

o created a work climate centered around dignity and respect for Soldiers and civilians which resulted in zero SHARP, EO and EEO related incidents

o treated Soldiers with dignity and respect; earned their respect and loyalty

o mentored new Soldiers until they established themselves in the work center; forged an integrated climate of morale, productivity and readiness

o trained and cared for soldiers and their families; efforts evident by Section's unprecedented progress

o sacrificed off-duty time and effort to attain unit goals

o maintained a harmonious working environment for subordinates and peers; facilitated productivity

o assumed HR duties in the absence of an MOS-qualified HR Specialist; kept admin functions running for 120 days in addition to regular duties

o exhibited an unwavering devotion to his job and his responsibilities to his team members

o praised troubleshooting success by junior Soldiers; groomed experienced and capable technicians and mechanics

o encouraged and accepted criticism to identify areas needing attention and addressed them; strong leader

o stood behind principles and convictions; outwardly determined and loyal

o maintained a fierce and steadfast belief in assigned mission

o supported SHARP directives; corrected Soldiers when questionable comments were made that might offend other Soldiers

o embraced and implemented the Army's SHARP and EO programs; zero negative incidents during rating period

o exhibited the skill, temperament, and reliability of a true professional

o planned and coordinated food service support for the 212th CSH conversion ceremony which served over 300 Soldiers, civilians, and family members

o her personal lifestyle epitomized the total NCO

o preserved momentum when those around him falter

o demonstrated loyalty to the Army; displayed a high level of military bearing and discipline when addressing both Senior NCOs and Officers

o displayed a level of loyalty seldom seen in others of his rank and stature

o inspired self-improvement in subordinates through sterling personal example

o his work is marked by integrity and initiative; top performer

o worked late often to ensure his Soldiers' professional and personal needs were met

o dedicated to the values and traditions of the Army

o attended the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training course; supported the Army SHARP and EO programs

o increased the authorized stockage list from 334 to 430 lines of Class VIII in order to better support over 40 Battalion Aid Stations

o honest and assertive; displayed the courage and tenacity to stand up for what was right

o practiced equal opportunity throughout the platoon

o encouraged coworkers in training Soldiers on radio procedures; reduced comm failures and subsequent mission delays by 50%

o set the example by leading from the front and doing the right thing

o shared solutions and knowledge; developed Soldiers and leaders and left a lasting legacy

o influenced her peers; increased collective devotion to duty

o complied with TM safety requirements when training Soldiers; dutiful compliance with instructions demonstrated care for personnel and mission and prevented injury

o proved to be a loyal and committed NCO

o demonstrated moral courage, stood up for what is right

o lived the warrior ethos and never wavered during times of adversity while serving on a combat tour

o created an atmosphere of fair treatment, dignity, and respect for all Soldiers in the unit; supported the SHARP and EO programs

o refused to take advantage of his position as Platoon Leader; worked and trained along side platoon members to build a cohesive team

o viewed as our most self-motivated and dependable troop; committed to mission accomplishment

o trusted by Soldiers and leaders for her integrity and commitment to excellence; a committed and dedicated leader

o punctual; always on time; set the example for subordinates while other senior NCOs took advantage of their positions

o stayed after hours to ensure all equipment and COMSEC was packed but credited team for success of Ft Bliss joint exercise

o demonstrated the highest standard of loyalty to superiors and the organization

o put the Army, the mission and subordinates first before own personal interest

o moral leader; discouraged rampant abuse of government program by those fraudulently applying for VA disability

o is an NCO with foresight who is wired for mission accomplishment

o is a positive influence within the section

o sustained a work environment of cooperation by adhering to SHARP/EO principles; ensured the fair treatment of assigned Soldiers and civilians

o made honor her top priority; is the organization's daily embodiment of professional pride

o acted with sincerity in ambitions and objectives

o demonstrated a professional attitude; asset to any unit

o monitered Soldier welfare closely; personal needs and goals were secondary to Soldiers' needs and mission accomplishment

o placed mission accomplishment and Soldiers' welfare ahead of self

o possessed situational awareness and initiative; kept the Section on track in the absence of leadership

o he is self-motivated and willing to go the distance

o his dedication to the Army values and Warrior Ethos is unquestionable

o held himself to standards; was always honest and fair regardless of the situation

o lived by and strongly upheld all the Army Values; had unquestionable loyalty and dedication to the Army's mission, unit, superiors and subordinates

o unequaled loyalty; dedicated and caring leader

o volunteered off-duty time for weapon and mask draw to ensure effective range and AWT training

o fostered an environment of unbiased treatment, cultural awareness and resiliency by supporting SHARP, Equal Opportunity and Resiliency programs

o executed all assigned missions, regardless of difficulty

o is a committed NCO that lives by "Mission first, Soldiers always"; provided assistance on any occasion

o set the example of what every NCO should be: aggressive, intelligent and professional

o displayed uncompromising passion for mission accomplishment

o mature NCO; trusted as fair and impartial

o dedicated to the mission and unit success

o placed the Army and subordinates above himself to meet the needs of the mission through professionalism and dedication to duty

o led coworkers in training aircrew on proper COMSEC keying procedures; reduced comm failures and subsequent mission delays by 80%

o arrived on station on time every day; demonstrated rare self-discipline for a junior Soldier

o fostered an environment for mission accomplishment without compromising integrity; consummate Citizen-Soldier with situational awareness and initiative

o devoted to mission accomplishment and the personal and professional development of his Soldiers

o fostered a positive work environment for all staff; enforced strict adherence to SHARP, EO, and EEO programs with zero incidents

o invested an enormous amount of effort and time to establish relationships with Soldiers during an extremely tough deployment; yielded enduring loyalty and pride

o understood the importance of developing future leaders through mentorship, Army values, and military tradition

o delivered consistent, reliable performance in garrison and under austere conditions

o made things happen with positive results

o documented all challenges faced during inprocessing and developed comprehensive OI for newcomers; eased their transition and eliminated obstacles to integration and effectiveness

o portrayed the highest standards of loyalty, duty, and selfless service

o demonstrated absolute dedication and loyalty to the chain of command, unit, and mission

o dedicated and committed to the unit, its mission and Army values

o met even the most difficult technical, professional and leadership challenges with measured determination; earned the respect of both peers and leadership

o exceeded Army standards and organizational goals for a leader's competencies and attributes; improved unit support

o focused on mission accomplishment and consistently achieved superior results

o respected junior Soldiers, peers and superiors alike

o insisted on loyalty to supervisors and peers

o maintained high standards of personal conduct on- and off-duty; set the examples for subordinates

o dedicated to the unit, mission, and Soldiers; a credit to the NCO Corps

o is reliable and industrious, performs extremely well under pressure

o identified abuse of sick call system to avoid duty; reprimanded abusers and restored shop morale and fairness

o braved popular consensus to support mission requirements

o showed unyielding loyalty to the unit, peers, subordinates, and the MEDEVAC mission

o devoted over 40 hours to community events; raised over $3245 for various charities throughout the rated period

o mature Soldier; used off-duty time wisely and prepared for METL evaluation; rated best in Platoon

o based all decisions on Army values and principles; a diligent NCO whose courage and resolve embody the spirit of the profession of arms

o treated all members with dignity and respect; supported SHARP, EO and EEO through her leadership example

o was relied on to successfully complete all assignments

o met challenges without compromising integrity

o reenlisted to stay with her unit until mission was finished

o dynamic Non-Commissioned Officer committed to mission accomplishment and the welfare of Solders; an exceptional role model for Soldiers to emulate

o worked relentlessly to accomplish the mission

o coached new Soldiers until they established themselves in the work center; exploited only opportunity to get started on the right foot

o invested effort and time to establish relationships with Soldiers; established or followed-up on career and personal goals; dramatic improvement in morale

o volunteered to attend, prepare for and secure recognition as the Soldier of the month; validated Platoon leadership methods

o accepted difficult, short-suspense tasks with enthusiasm; gave 100% to ensure mission accomplishment

o showed genuine concern for Soldiers; balanced placing the mission first with ensuring Soldiers personal needs were met

o reported chronic harassment of junior Soldiers by contractor; risked ostracism to protect peers; improved Section working conditions

o is a professional Soldier 24 hours a day

o assisted new Soldiers until they established themselves in the unit; promoted harmony and efficiency from the beginning

o cooperated with and accepted advice from all members of the squad; his attitude and enthusiasm revived shop pride

o exemplified dedication to duty by his sacrifice of personal time to unit needs

o exposed actions of SSG who stole test equipment and mailed it home while packing up abandoned site; demonstrated integrity

o established a workplace climate that fostered dignity and respect for all Soldiers in the platoon; supported the Army SHARP and Equal Opportunity programs

o aided a supportive EO and SHARP environment by participation and her own example

o paid attention to the needs of the squad/platoon personnel during training

o her professional conduct is above reproach

o placed Army, mission and subordinates above personal interest

o possessed absolute dedication and loyalty to the unit, the mission, and the soldiers

o exhibited high standards of behavior; a model soldier and extraordinary leader

o supported and defended the NCOIC's orders; prevented negative morale and maintained productive work environment

o received the Army Achievement Medal from the PA Commandant for outstanding performance as NCOIC of the Color Guard

o worked behind the scenes to get the job done without the need for recognition; set the example for peers and subordinates

o displayed impeccable character and moral presence through volunteerism, outreach, and mentorship that positively impacted Soldiers and the community

o accepted all challenges and responsibilities without hesitation

o displayed stong character, pride and professionalism

o advocated for the Army SHARP and EO programs; fostered an environment free of harassment through training and by his own example

o lead from the front, accomplished all mission tasks

o stood above contemporaries in personal commitment to professionalism and dedication to duty

o strived for team effort in accomplishing assigned tasks; strong in character, pride and professionalism

o listened to the concerns of all Soldiers and incorporated their ideas for improvement; built a team that shared success

o inspired and motivated Soldiers to meet and emulate the same high standards he maintained

o had a pride in service and a sense of duty that inspired his peers

o embraced the Army Values in daily life, setting the example for his Soldiers, peers and seniors

o chose the right course of action; possessed the moral courage to do what is right

o personified attention to detail; spent additional effort and time to ensure all tasks were completely finished

o conducted himself on- and off-duty in a manner that reflected favorably on the NCO Corps

o inspired his peers; met challenges no matter how difficult

o unequalled drive to accomplish the unit's mission

o recognized junior Soldiers' successes; increased involvement and inspired enthusiastic interest in their MOS

o solved many problems and issues; indispensable to his team

o discouraged false VA disability claims; preserved disability benefits for those that need it

o conveyed unquestioning faith in her chain of command and Army values

o is highly articulate and a straight forward communicator

o accomplished all tasks in a professional, efficient manner; demonstrated a level of self discipline normally found in higher ranks

o addressed peers and subordinates with respect; facilitated communication up and down the chain of command

o motivated NCO; vigorously prosecuted personal and professional objectives

o projected self-confidence, authority, and enthusiasm during Physical Training sessions

o voiced his opinions and had the patience to present his views logically

o collected trash from all rooms and disposed of it before leaving daily; set the example for responsibility, maturity, and service before self for peers and superiors

o executed all missions effectively and reached all goals, regardless of difficulty

o placed unit mission and soldier welfare first

o sustained operations; made significant and continuous positive contributions on a daily basis

o was competent and responsible in the execution of all her duties

o worked without complaint during the heavy workload generated by troop mobilizations

o anticipated required actions and took the initiative to complete them; reduced operational delays to zero and eliminated follow-up corrections

o embodied the highest standards of loyalty, integrity and personal behavior continuously

o participated in all Post police calls; simultaneously demonstrated followership and leadership; resisted NCO privilege

o made positive contributions to the unit and the mission; a true team player

o learned to trust his own judgement; kept section focused on the mission and continuous improvement

o refused to follow the example of SSG who stole test equipment and mailed it home while packing up abandoned communications det; demonstrated integrity

o dedicated to training and caring for Soldiers and their families; efforts evident in increased readiness

o earned reputation as a mature and fair senior NCO; respected by team members for his candor and integrity

o maintained the highest standards for himself and the unit; deeply respected by every Soldier, NCO, and officer in the company

o completed all assignments on time or identified reasons for delay; is the foundation of our Section effectiveness and unit readiness

o offered advice but loyal to final decisions made by superiors

o volunteered for difficult civic project to improve Army's image abroad

o placed the health, welfare, and training of Soldiers above his own needs and desires

o completed all unit quarterly PMIS on his own initiative; our most trusted and dependable Specialist; allowed leadership focus on more critical areas

o expressed himself in an open and candid manner; facilitated teamwork

o recognized efforts of all detachment members; encouraged increased participation in det training and readiness

o possessed strong moral principles and personal values

o stopped NCO who habitually put his hands on junior Soldiers to correct them; restored dignity and improved work environment

o placed his Paratrooper's needs above his own; devoted to the team concept

o his conduct, on- and off-duty, is above reproach

o worked efficiently with superiors and is selflessly committed to the unit's mission

o demanded quality in all actions and assigned tasks; committed to excellence

o defended new policy and negotiated common ground; sustained operations while adjustments were made

o promoted a climate in which people are treated with dignity and respect regardless of their age, creed, gender, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs

o her performance has been exemplary throughout this rating period

o risked personal safety to ensure safety of visiting unit and their mission

o included all Soldiers in section and maintenance plans; encouraged teamwork and improved efficiency and morale

o ensured Soldiers under her supervision were treated equitably; supported the Army's Equal Opportunity Program consistently

o instilled a sense of pride within his section

o devoted an extraordinary amount of time to increasing the functionality of the unit area

o set the example for his Soldiers to follow in terms of personal and professional conduct

o expressed exceptional pride in his soldiers, his job, and the Army

o recorded all challenges faced during in-processing and developed comprehensive OI for newcomers; streamlined integration and reduced obstacles to new arrivals' success

o exhibited the deepest commitment to Army values while lifting others to meet that standard

o committed to the Army and the mission; personified selfless service

o set the example of a professional Noncommissioned Officer

o identified incomplete and outdated information in Emergency Action cards; increased readiness for all eventualities

o overcame all challenges; not afraid to fail

o fostered esprit de corps; helped unify team and efforts toward logistic excellence

o is utterly dependable under all circumstances

o committed to the advancement of the Army, mission accomplishment, unit and subordinates

o provided invaluable support on a daily basis; completed shift-change checklist and cleanup; ensured smooth shift turn-over and reduced inter-shift conflict

o fostered a cohesive environment of teamwork and respect at all levels

o gained the respect of others through honesty and integrity

o assisted other units; put the welfare of the mission above his own personal needs

o eliminated sexual harassment and assault; established a workplace that fostered dignity and respect for all members of the organization

o faced demanding challenges with conviction and high sense of professionalism

o guided team to unify their efforts and increase their effectiveness

o remained flexible and cooperative under any condition

o demonstrated unwavering commitment to the unit, peers and mission

o stood by values; denounced efforts to document frivolous medical care to support future VA disability claims

o served as a Soldier first, proud to serve, resolute in his duty

o lead, motivated and instilled pride in his subordinates

o risked his reputation and took the initiative to make things happen; led from the front


Needs Improvement

o took advantage of his position as NCOIC to consistently be late for duty; poor example lowered work center morale

o delegated responsibility for operations to a dishonest NCO who falsified reports to make the detachment appear to accomplish more than they did

o alienated Soldiers with integrity who pointed out inaccurate reports and claims; discouraged honesty and jeopardized the mission

o forbade communication by subordinates with outside agencies by phone or e-mail

o reduced morale and productivity by ignoring input by anyone but the Operations NCO

o failed to meet goals when over 50% of workcenter found ways to be transferred out of the workcenter

o encouraged subordinates to take advantage of the government welfare system (disability) by documenting false or borderline physical ailments

o as Det Chief, forced his captive audience to listen to his personal political views on a daily basis; wasted time and resources and lowered morale and productivity

o used his position as Det Chief to hire personal acquaintances who were not qualified for civilian positions in the workcenter

o set poor example by sexually harrassing visiting female reps from outside agencies

o hid serious shortfalls until it was too late to correct them

o slept on overnight shift, left junior Soldiers unsupervised with high voltage equipment; risked unit's mission

o stole TDY Soldiers' personal possessions; justified actions with claim that insurance would reimburse Soldiers for their loss

o failed to follow orders when unsupervised

o regularly shows disrespect to NCOs and requires constant supervision

o is a motivated troop but needs further guidance in...

o has unlimited potential but requires more experience before...

o must realize the importance of finishing assigned tasks without supervision

o failed to use time wisely, consistently failed to complete duty assignments

o frequent unwillingness to cooperate in working toward unit goals affected readiness

o failed to fulfill his leadership's intent for positive and appropriate EO practices

o needed to be consistent with leadership style and maintain formality when in presence of Soldiers

o an excellent technician but needs to work on tact and communication skills

o understood his role as a senior leader but failed to contribute to the mission

o failed to keep track of the Soldiers under his supervision

o sometimes requires supervision on how to talk to Soldiers

o demonstrated poor judgement without consideration of results

o has good potential but requires more experience applying daily soldier leadership skills

o good Soldier, but fails to self improve by applying sound personal management skills

o demonstrated a serious lack of integrity and poor judgment without consideration of results

o compromised integrity by submitting altered documents; poor example to subordinates

o encouraged soldiers to advance by cheating for each other, poor example


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