Competence NCOER Bullet Examples

A competent leader can get efficient service from poor troops, while on the contrary an incapable leader can demoralize the best of troops.
—John J. Pershing


o sent three Soldiers to five XX courses; amplified mission requirements and enhanced XX analytical capabilities

o possessed versatile XX knowledge and XX expertise; superbly handled two additional duties

o used exceptionally sound judgment and diplomacy when addressing command climate survey with command team

o possesses the ability to make sound decisions with precision and accuracy

o continually improved technical and Cyber skills knowledge, completing over 200 hours of classroom training; enhanced Cyber Mission Team effectiveness by 6%

o provided valuable input for more than ## intelligence reports; aided in identifying intelligence trends and needs throughout the operating environment

o ensured approval of 5628 range and land requests enabling repetitive certifications on various weapons systems and operations training for over 15,000 personnel

o displayed outstanding interpersonal communication skills by developing a rapport with the DOD civilian run range control to achieve a 96% reservation acceptance rate

o flawlessly devised and developed a plan to prep and deploy two UH-60 helicopters and all required equipment to JRTC rotation 15-06 in support of 1/82 BCT

o selected to serve as the PSG on multiple occasions due to his superior abilities and competency resulting in sustained operations and flawless mission continuation

o continually sought after by seniors, peers and subordinates throughout the BN as the sole point of contact for Automated Logistics related issues and systems training

o inducted into both the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club and Honorable Order of Saint Barbara for his competence as Leader and Lifetime accomplishments in the ADA

o demonstrates outstanding aptitude for recruiting operations and administrative functions necessary for success as a RRNCO

o tediously monitored Quality System standards by maintaining a 1% zero balance rate, exceeding the TRADOC objective of no more than 10 percent

o continually sought after by seniors, peers and subordinates throughout the BN as the sole point of contact for Automated Logistics related issues and systems training

o embraced leadership roles tenaciously with a primary focus on standards, counseling and MEDPROS; sacrificed family and personal time to resolve Soldier's issues

o earned an Associates Degree in General Studies during this rating period; diligent in pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Behavioral Science with a current GPA of 3.76

o a sufficiently knowledgeable and resourceful Noncommissioned Officer; used all available resources to successfully deliver daily instruction

o received into the Order of Saint Martin by the USAREUR G4 for his cumulative contributions to USAREUR and the 172D Infantry Brigade

o uses valuable time wisely, consistently excels at completing assigned tasks on time to meet critical deadlines

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

o effectively executed all missions and goals assigned regardless of difficulty

o blends knowledge with technical confidence resulting in all task completed in a timely manner, with zero delays

o deployed on three hostile fire missions; resutling in no hostile acts to the Combatant Commander

o instrumental in the day to day tracking of company elements, flawlessly relaying critical time sensitive information to the operations section

o selected by the Staff Judge Advocate and Command Paralegal as the command's Coggins Award nominee, an award for excellence for paralegals

o processed over 520 legal actions while deployed to a theater of combat operations with 95 percent accuracy

o used exceptionally sound judgement and diplomacy when addressing legal issues with command teams

o directly responsible for ensuring all battalions deployed with over 30 days of supply of CLVIII to sustain healthcare operations until logistical assets were functional

o improved Battalion supply, maintenance, and financial programs, producing a twenty percent increase in equipment serviceability rates

o technically and tactically proficient Master Gunner; supervised over 200 ranges and qualifications across the brigade

o spearheaded renovations for over twenty B-HUT's with limited time and resources to accommodate living area shortages for brigade personnel in OEF

o successfully established and managed Class IV supplies needed to accomplish repair operations in the BDE LSA foot print at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan

o his tactical proficiency was continually sought after by subordinates and superiors; persistently incorporated his former combat experiences to improve unit operations

o repeatedly called upon to work with depot MSE technicians at Tobyhanna Army Depot

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

o made Dean's List with distinction for 4.0 grade average in Bachelor degree program

o directly responsible for the units extremely successful deployment to NTC

o developed training management system which led unit to excellence rating during CI

o continually demonstrates competence and knowledge of a 1SG

o quickly mastered all facets of PACOM's largest distribution element--reduced workload on team

o set the standard within the Brigade for Range certification

o made decisions based upon his and his personnel's experience; always made the right choices for the team as a whole

o outstanding judgment; always gives sound advice and guidance

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

o selected ahead of peers to attend PLDC

o competence and ability unequaled; stands out among his peers

o possesses the ability to make sound decisions with precision and accuracy

o accepted all obstacles as challenges; accepts nothing less than total success

o received ARCOM for development of unit MOS library

o awarded TRADOC Certificate of Achievement for First Quarter 03 reenlistment

o completed Signal Leadership Course, Special Forces Operations Course by correspondence during this period

o received commendable rating during annual CIP for Unit Fire Marshall duties

o recognized for outstanding performance during the Follow on Test and Evaluation (FOT&E)

o received award for his part in the first ever MSE deployment to Fort Hood, Texas

o extraordinary initiative; competent and proficient in all duties

o excelled while acting independently and without specific instructions

o his invaluable experience and technical knowledge led to his selection and certification as a CPR instructor

o used initiative and aptitude to tackle and complete complex missions

o ensured a rapid and a professional deployment of individual teams for the area of operations during OIF II

o conducted over 70 aeromedical evacuation missions achieving maximum results while flying over 250 combat hours

o his knowledge and efforts to improve himself and the NCO Corps were key in his being recommended for promotion to Staff Sergeant

o achieves exceptional results in regards to mission accomplishment 100% of the time

o orchestrated the resupply of all expendable items in minimal time which was critical to the success of the unit's deployment to Bosnia

o selected for a special mission at Battalion level over 5 other crewchiefs

o his astute attention to detail and management resulted in his crew maintaining 100% operational readiness rate during Operation Noble Anvil

o revised and implemented the company Field Sanitation Program and SOP converting the inspected area from black to green

o completed 4 college credit hours and 125 correspondence course hours

o expertise and dedication were instrumental in conducting an excellent two week DA-level NBC test

o won the daily Barracks and Maintenance Inspections Award

o expert support resulted in first place victory in USAISC worldwide supply excellence competition

o developed two theater-level order of battle databases; improved deployment success

o conducted the installation support modules project and demonstration for the Army Chief of Staff

o developed an automated review of 7 databases, reviewed over 21,700 QM positions Army wide

o unparalleled ability to multitask and achieve outstanding results

o always in focus and is superbly well organized; never without direction

o her consistent performance has been invaluable to daily operations of the company

o two time Brigade NCO of the Quarter

o knowledgeable NCO who demonstrated the ability to manage numerous tasks simultaneously

o technically and tactically proficient

o knowledge, skills and abilities equal to or greater than peers and superiors

o competence and ability unequaled; stands out among his peers

o possesses the ability to make sound decisions with precision and accuracy

o accepted all obstacles as challenges; accepts nothing less than total success

o received the Brigade Disciplinary Award twice for unit excellence

o received commendable rating as 1SG in all areas during the Battalion Command Inspection

o selected from among 80 other NCOs as National Defense Transportation Association NCO of the Year

o highly skilled in planning, coordinating required equipment and personnel and conducting aircraft maintenance

o his attention to detail and invaluable experience played a vital role in the successful deployment of his team for OIF

o his vast experience and competence led to his selection over 10 other NCOs as an Advanced Cardiac Life Support instructor

o extremely competent; performed all duties above expected standards and expectations

o received commendable ratings during all Brigade Command Inspections

o commended by the Battalion Commander for his flawless execution of Physical Training

o conducted an air insertion mission and cleared an entire village to prevent insurgents from conducting future operations in the Battalion AO



Tolerance is compromise; compromise is weakness!
—-MSG Johnson


o served as Squad Leader in the Fuel and Water Platoon; continually demonstrated competence and knowledge which aided in the success of the 308th BSB support missions

o performs with little or no supervision in carrying out the mission when given the oporder

o Soldier performed above and beyond his paygrade at annual training acting as the S-6 NCO

o flawlessly processed over 300 school packets for Soldiers to attend NCOES and ASI producing school

o proved indespensible as an ICV Gunner during the 5/2 SBCT unit NTC rotation

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

o battalion recognized by CSA as Army's best electronic warfare unit

o battery named best at ground defense by the Commanding General at Ft Sill

o certified over 75 items of TMDE, key to laboratory's 3 day backlog--lowest backlog in years

o chosen as a brigade 1999 DLI Language Olympics team member due to his language skills

o chosen as Observer Controller to assist a FSB which resulted in a successful JRTC rotation

o chosen over six other team chiefs to support critical real world mission in Ethiopia

o cleared over 2000 miles during route clearance missions during three months of combat operations resulting in the safely discovery of two IED's and zero casualties

o commended by Battalion Commander for his platoon's flawless execution of STX lane training

o commended by Battalion CSM for excellent performance as acting First Sergeant

o commended by the Battalion Commander for his flawless execution of Physical Training

o commended by the Battalion Commander for his Leaderbook; now used as an example for others to follow

o commended by USAREUR IG for NCO Certification Program established for the Bn

o commended for developing a Suicide Prevention Program that was adopted throughout the command

o committed to excellence; anything less is unacceptable

o competence and ability unequaled; stands out among his peers

o completed 11 credit hours towards a bachelors degree in off-duty time with a overall 4.0 average

o completed 18 semester hours of college towards a associate degree maintaining a 3.8 grade point average despite a demanding work schedule during his rating period

o completed 30 college credit hours

o completed 4 college credit hours and 125 correspondence course hours

o completed over 50 combat missions while assigned to an Infantry Company in the Sunni Triangle during OIF 03-06

o completed over 700 jobs as section NCOIC

o completed requirements for Associate/Bachelor Degree

o completed Signal Leadership Course, Special Forces Operations Course by correspondence during this period

o completed the 100 mile, joint unit Nijmegen March with the first group of finishers

o completes all tasks timely and beyond expectations

o conducted 12 raids, captured 55 detainees from the Al-Qaeda, Tawid Al-Jihad, Jaysh Al-Islam and Mahdi Militia terrorist networks

o conducted 16 sniper missions to limit terrorist movement in the Company AO; decreased IED activity by 50%

o conducted an air insertion mission and cleared an entire village to prevent insurgents from conducting future operations in the Battalion AO

o conducted over 70 aeromedical evacuation missions achieving maximum results while flying over 250 combat hours

o conducted the installation support modules project and demonstration for the Army Chief of Staff

o conducted traffic control for over twenty major command ceremonies with no traffic incidents

o considered to be the best First Sergeant by all outside organizations we deal with

o consistently displayed sound mature judgment

o consistently enrolled in Army Correspondence Courses

o consistently enrolled in MOS, military and civilian courses

o constantly seeks self-improvement; always willing to grow, learn, and improve

o continually demonstrates competence and knowledge of a 1SG

o continuously sought out by peers and superiors throughout the Battalion for operational guidance

o coordinated the safe movement of over 6,000 passengers with the Deployment Center and Base Ops

o created the unit NCO Battle Book which was adopted by the entire 614th FA Artillery Group

o Crime Prevention Program rated best on the installation by the Provost Marshall's Office

o currently maintaining an "A" average in college



Redeployment Problems

o makes continuous attempts to assist other Soldiers with pre-deployment training but unable to express himself due to nervous condition

o complies with all training requirements but progress after return from deployment is slow; recommend counseling

o dedicated himself to the well-being of the Soldiers but is neglecting his own health to the point that the misison is threatened

o exemplifies the total Soldier but increasingly fails to show patience for training since redeployment

o performance has declined since redeployment; all efforts appear to require more effort with lessened results

o showed rare aptitude for operations planning but unable to work with peers or participate in group planning; recommend counseling

o first rate vehicle maintainer; turn-around time still good but half of what it was before Afghan rotation

o his techniques and procedures contributed to unit success during both stateside and overseas missions but family life has deteriorated and SGT is often late for work

o displays alternately a keen motivation and a distrust and unwillingness to follow orders; recommend medical evaluation



We need more bullets that demonstrate NCOs' inability to adapt or readjust after returning from deployment. NCOs with PTSD are being hurt when they send NCOERs to the Medical Board which fail to document the symptoms of PTSD or how their performance was affected.



Needs Improvement

o struggles with following up with tasks given to him by his first line leader

o was unable to qualify in key tasks and limited the readiness of the entire team

o failed to report on time for company movement to annual training

o fully capable of accomplishing simple tasks with proper supervision and coaching

o is committed to the unit and accomplishing tasks, but lacks the drive to utilize his knowledge and experience to be successful

o requires supervision; lacked ability to be an independent problem solver in order to accomplish the mission

o did not learn from previous mistakes; inefficient in his inability to perform duties as a Staff Sergeant

o fully capable of accomplishing simple tasks with proper supervision and coaching

o Soldier under-performed during rating period, resulting in mission failure

o accomplished 66.6% of assigned mission; enlisting 12 soldiers against a mission of 18 soldiers

o is committed to the unit and accomplishing tasks, but lacks the drive to utilize her knowledge and experience to be successful

o failed to meet requirements necessary to maintain his MOS

o is committed to the unit and accomplishing tasks, but lacks the knowledge and experience to be successful at this time

o disregarded his better judgment by negotiating an impassable mountain road resulting in damage to the non-tactical vehicle

o showed poor judgment when he attempted to navigate river bed with a non-tactical vehicle; damged undercarriage, inoperable

o took the wrong platoon's truck and failed to dispatch another truck, in addition to missing SP by forty minutes while assigned as a convoy commander

o wasted valuable training time taking over four hours to process sixteen Soldier's APFT results

o required substantial assistance from multiple people completing routine administrative tasks such as an NCOER, memorandum, and awards

o unable to multitask in a high OPTEMPO area, due to lack of knowledge of her additional duty which is Company Training NCOIC

o decertified as a Howitzer Chief of Section for his flagrant violation of directions by allowing his non-certified Gunner to fire a live round during Battery Certifications

o failed to assume duties and responsibilities as senior NCO in the absence of the NCOIC

o struggles with following up with tasks given to him by his first line leader

o was unable to qualify in key tasks and limited the readiness of the entire team

o performed admirably in most duties but needs to concentrate on...

o failure to use TM is a frequent problem and risks equipment and personnel


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