Intellect NCOER Bullet Comments

Mental Ability, Sound Judgement, Innovation, Interpersonal Tact, Expertise

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o his diplomatic approach increased opportunities for training and mission events, current and in the future

o developed a comprehensive online and social media marketing recommendation report to state marketing NCO

o created database to track special forces candidates and prospects, measuring ROI and recruiting efforts

o forward thinking E6 who filled the role of an E7 and performed flawlessly

o sustained positive morale and by extension, duty performance, with his consistent example; shop uptime rate 20% over last year's

o improvised to meet shipping deadline; coordinated with sister unit for resource sharing; adopted as new shop procedure

o brought innovation to equipment room; reorganized, doubled storage capacity without sacrificing equipment care

o identified lack of shielding as cause of intermittent failure; corrected chronic problem and saved thousands in repair parts and time

o maximized the use of automation to reduce workload and delays; new procedures adapted by the entire unit for admin processing

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

o expert SARSS technician; identified and solved system and software errors that would have impaired SSA operations and mission execution

o implemented a proactive program to reduce tool shortages; over 900 man hours saved in six month period

o used tact and diplomacy when briefing Joint Service, Host Nation and Foreign Dignitaries while deployed; increased opportunities for cooperative training

o developed a unique and efficient approach for debriefing crewmembers returning from missions involving critically or fatally wounded soldiers

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

o synchronized a myriad of admin, logistics and training requirements to provide predictability and precise planning through a dynamic and enforced battle rhythm

o added theater specific trauma lanes to the Brigade CLS course: created a realistic training environment to over 2600 deploying Warriors

o demonstrated adaptability by transitioning from 2 different weapon systems within months notice

o procured an Expeditionary Deployable Oxygen Concentration System decreasing oxygen ressupply from two weeks to less than 72 hours

o possessed strong technical and operational knowledge in all facets of position held; superb results filling the Maintenance Control Sergeant slot for eight months

o assisted in the designing and planning of the expansion of FOB Salerno theater FARP and AHA; improved aircraft versatility and ammuntion storage capacity by 20%

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

o developed concepts of support, which integrated group's logistical capabilities, subsequently increasing unit efficiency by 20%

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

o analyzed and tracked enemy historical point of origin sites; assisted in effective enemy attack zone targeting, reduced IDF attacks by 40%

o unparalleled ability to multitask and achieve outstanding results; reduced maintenance work order back log by 50% in less than 3 months

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

o inherited a sub-standard Maintenance Control program; made improvements that exceeded Brigade standards

o his conceptual abilities allow himself and others around him to understand the problem and develop strategies and solutions; reduced calls for contractor assist by 75%

o needed to use more initiative in the absence of orders to achieve secondary and implied tasks (Did Not Meet Standards)

o technically and tactically sound; coached every Soldier on his gun to 100% METL qualified

o was diplomatic in his approach and briefings to Joint Service, Host Nation Services and Foreign Dignitaries while deployed; increased opportunities for cooperative training

o unparalleled ability to multitask and achieve outstanding results; his shift closed more maintenance jobs than other two combined

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

o developed a unique and efficient approach for debriefing crewmembers returning from missions involving critically or fatally wounded soldiers

o medical knowledge and attention to detail and ability to make split-second decisions saved lives

o his tactical and technical expertise led to his selection as an Observer/Controller for an NTC rotation of the 66th Med Co (AA)

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

o recognized by Post Commander for professionalism of his soldiers Squad Live Fire exercise

o recognized by Brigade Commander for excellence as NCOIC of special fitness program

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 earned and maintained top rankings of NCOs on the Order of Merit list for PSD fills due to his abilities as an individual and as the best leader in the squad

o selected from across the entire Division for the Commanding General's protective services/ground security force in preparation for OEF XIV

o processed over 150 Requests for Support (RFSs) through ITARS for five battalions; flawlessly linking battalion level service and support as well as operation orders

o displayed meticulous attention to detail when reporting the status of unit vehicles and was accountable for over $500,000 worth of vehicles

o prepared his unit for both the DCRF and Severe Weather missions by overseeing over 100 hours of training while simultaneously executing XVIII ABC mission support

o synchronized a myriad of admin, logistics and training requirements to provide predictability and precise planning through a dynamic and enforced battle rhythm

o vital to the Army to ensure proper manning and utilization

o added theater specific trauma lanes to the Brigade CLS course: created a realistic training environment to over 2600 deploying Warriors

o demonstrated adaptability by transitioning from 2 different weapon systems within months notice

o displayed unmatched competence during the Battalion Convoy Live Fire exercise providing his platoon the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful

o advised BCT Surgeon and S1 in development of (non)deployable readiness tracker, which is to be integrated in future FORSCOM regulation

o established BCT garrison aid station, coordinating integration of FORSCOM and MEDCOM resources; used as the model for all other Division BCT aid stations

o has outstanding organizational and planning skills; maximizes use of limited resources and time to achieve beyond standard results

o maintained three Role II facilities and over 20 Role I Battalion Aid Stations with a 95% maintenance rate ensuring all assets were fixed in under 72 hours

o completed seven semester hours towards a Bachelors in Science in Biomedical Electronics despite high OPTEMPO and mission requirements

o effectively directed five inexperienced Soldiers to become more efficient with the EDOCS; reduced wait time from 30 days to same day operations

o two time Brigade NCO of the Quarter

o tenaciously coordinated the closure and remediation of 130 CAR deficiencies over his rating period; standardized the CAR program procedure for the Company to follow

o provided excellent critical mission support for the Defense Switch Network while sustaining services to 16,526 customers including 17 flag officers with minimal outages

o dedicated Soldier who can always be counted on and has devoted significant time and effort to developing his skills

o no-nonsense leader who instills much needed discipline throughout the BN; never backs away from a challenge and always completes the mission

o cross trained seven US Soldiers and five El Salvadorans on forming and metal re-enforcement placement, pouring, and finishing concrete during Annual Training '13

o planned, organized, and trained over 100 food service workers at Camp Shelby, MS supporting 8,000 Soldiers for deployment to OIF

o prepared the unit for the facility's semi-annual ARCENT inspection; all seven areas received 100% commendable ratings setting the standard in Detention Operations

o maintained a levelhead during times of adversity; successfully MEDEVACed two Soldiers from theater ensuring their welfare, safety, and follow-on treatment

o maintained 100% accountability of 402 lines of the BN's shop stock valued at $636,000; extremely vital in maintaining the BN's overall 98% readiness rate

o excelled as the NCOIC of the Orderly Room; handled multiple projects and taskings that resulted in 100% mission accomplishment

o exercises strong sound judgment in dealing with occurrences that transpire during the normal course of daily operations

o coordinated and supervised the transportation of a High Risk Soldier over 3 states to multiple treatment and rehabilitation facilities without incident

o provided first aid and life saving measures to a heat stroke casualty during the MEDCOM Best Warrior Competition

o performed over 100 surgeries on four bone regeneration animal protocols with a greater than 95 percent survival rate

o extremely high professional standards that far exceeded her contemporaries

o extremely competent NCO who processed over 1000 medical transactions into MEDPROS to improve the Medical Readiness Classification from 69.97 % to 88.91%

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

o procured an Expeditionary Deployable Oxygen Concentration System decreasing oxygen ressupply from two weeks to less than 72 hours

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 awarded Battalion Best Of the West and was selected to represent the Brigade for Division Best Of the West where she placed as runner up

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 handled extremely stressful, potentially dangerous situations during Operation Just Cause with ease

o her knowledge of Squad Leader duties/skills is sought by subordinates and peers alike

o consistently enrolled in MOS, military and civilian courses

o always prepared to take on any task given

o excels in the absence of orders and guidance

o outstanding knowledgeable and resourceful NCO

o sought self-improvement through correspondence courses

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

o took responsibility for mission shortfall, and enlisted 5 soldiers in three months

o section received an Excellence Rating in all departments during the USASOC Initial Command Inspection

o possessed strong technical and operational knowledge in all facets of position held; superb results filling the Maintenance Control Sergeant slot for eight months

o administered and executed a plan for turning in over $80,000 of serviceable CLIX service and repair parts to the SSA; created a more efficient as well as a clean parts bin

o ensured Soldiers were trained on all section critical tasks which led to a 100% zero error on all monthly AMSS reports since his arrival to the section

o selected over the Senior Platoon Sergeant to serve as the acting First Sergeant by the Company Commander; nominated to take the First Sergeant position full time

o commended by the S-3 Operations SGM during CDA Inspection after inspecting his counseling packets; maintained an impressive 93% MEDPROS up-to-date rating

o platoon operated flawlessly during his brief absences; a direct reflection of his ability to develop the tactical and technical skills of his NCOs and Soldiers

o selected over four Senior NCOs to serve as a Platoon Sergeant for a platoon comprised primarily of Senior NCOs and BN Staff officers

o completed six credit hours towards her bachelors degree with a 3.0 GPA; graduated Battle Staff Non Commissioned Officers Course with a 91% course average

o maintained an operational readiness rate of 97% for over 300 pieces of ground support equipment valued over $60,000,000

o utilized personal asset and equipment to assist in the JMRC rotation; his knowledge and experience was vital to prepare, execute, and recover for the 14-08 Saber Junction

o managed 2 NCOs and 8 Soldiers to complete 1,520 work orders and accumulated over 11,160 man hours; organizational skills assisted in well maintained fleet

o provided transportation for over 10 Airborne operations within the 5th SFG(A); enhanced Soldiers ability to maintain Airborne proficiency

o flew more than ____ combat hours during day, ___ hours during night, ___ hours using night vision goggles during this rating period

o received Air Medal award during this rating period for outstanding performance

o constantly sought self improvement; always willing to grow, learn and improve while accomplishing additional tasks in his assigned duty position

o selected over 30 other NCOs in the Battery to be BN Battle NCO; was responsible for ensuring that all Kuwaiti assests maintained continual air defense coverage

o conducted Preliminary Marksmanship Instruction which resulted in all crew members firing sharpshooter on their assigned weapon

o his vigorous study hall sessions resulted in all crew members receiving 95% on Table IV testing

o recognized by battallion as one of the best Vehicle Crew Evaluators for his tactical expertise during 10 ranges across the Division

o processed 35 transfer and reclass packets

o helped develop the transportation platoon TTPs for IEDs, RPGs, SAF and complex ambushes during JRTC Rotation 10-03 resulting in increased combat readiness

o assisted in the designing and planning of the expansion of FOB Salerno theater FARP and AHA; improved aircraft versatility and ammuntion storage capacity by 20%

o implemented and strictly enforced a fuel pilferage deterent system resulting in only 3% fuel losses from host nation fuel delivery contractors

o requested by name to act as the assistant maintenance supervisor

o his knowledge was instrumental in the accurate and timely submission of required monthly reports

o provided the technical knowledge and proficiency of SAMS-E and AMSS report to the incoming Motor Sergeant

o instrumental in mission success of the Motor Section

o selected over peers to create new WLC student database that saved over 45 man hours a month for all WLC cadre; greatly increased productivity in section

o received 98% superior ratings on all monthly instructor evaluations; due to his excellent teaching methods and competence

o selected above 20 of his fellow NCO's to serve as the 324th ESB's JNN Validation NCO at Fort Bliss to prepare the unit for deployment to Afghanistan

o maintained communications of COB Adder and FOB Echo, Iraq with 98% reliability in support of OND 11

o maintained a 92% operational readiness rate of all equipment within the battalion in support of OIF 09-10, valued in excess of $2,000,000

o pivotal to unit's success in coordinating FBCB2/BFT vehicle installs and two software upgrades with 100% success rate


o always focused and well organized; enabled the unit to operate at a greater capacity with fewer resources

o his position held by officers in other battalions

o unafraid of making decisions despite personal risk

o wrote Directed Energy Warfare training pamphlet displaying excellent staff skills

o received a rating of best supply operations during second and fourth quarters FY14

o wrote and implemented NCODP SOP which is now USAMA model program

o all his areas inspected during last battalion command inspection were rated best in battalion

o selected over more senior noncommissioned officers to fill CW2 position

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

o manages a Brigade Retention program which is a Master Sergeant position

o advised a multi-agency foreign material exploitation team, received national intel community accolades

o highest score ever achieved in Drill Competition in his first 4 weeks as Drill Sergeant

o helped establish a unit notification program which was adapted by the TRADOC PERMAS Team

o proposed, developed, and documented the revision of the CMF 76 SGM authorizations

o developed 11B/13B BNCOC FTX-STX that became the model for all Noncommissioned Officer Academies

o managed complex five-day FTX, normally a field grade officer duty; increased capabilities with zero injuries

o selected as Battalion Master Dragon Gunner for two consecutive quarters

o awarded Bronze Badge of Excellence in CG's marksmanship competition

o recognized by 23rd TAACOM CG for best concurrent training during Aerial Gunnery Exercise

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

o outstanding ability to plan and direct operations and activities of any scope or size

o demonstrated outstanding aptitude for operational and administrative work

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