Leads NCOER Bullet Comments

Leads others, Builds trust, Extends influence beyond the chain of command, Leads by example, Communication

o assisted another platoon with setting up and troubleshooting their communications equipment while deployed

o instructed over 100 POI hours; resulting in over 500 12B/C OSUT Soldiers certified on Bailey Bridge, IRB, and DSB

o revised the Battalion schools program single handedly; resulted in a 25% accuracy increase of schools packet submission

o built trust and cohesion by listening to Soldiers and accepting valid solutions; innovation increased readiness by 30%

o translated commander's intent into actionable items; coached division through changing emphasis and met goals weeks ahead of schedule

o delegated effectively and empowered subordinates; produced most confident and capable technicians in the bn

o enforced standards; consistent fair treatment developed a united and motivated team that outperforms all other Sections

o coordinated the movement of 80 Soldiers and equipment valued at over $160M; foresight and preparation made transfer seamless

o lead a rigorous Platoon fitness program: resulted in the Platoon average increasing from 221 to 257 within three months

o communicated effectively with Soldiers; squashed rumors, improved mission knowledge and focused efforts

o provided guidance and motivation for subordinates; delivered opportunities for technical and professional growth

o cross-trained three Bradley mechanics in proper diagnostic procedures of the M113A3 OSV/MBT, M1097, and M88A2

o prepared NCOs and Soldiers for promotion and competitive boards; produced two promotions to Staff Sergeant and two monthly board winners

o provided opportunities for Soldiers to excel; motivated Soldiers to accomplish the most challenging tasks

o revived unit sponsorship program and led sponsors through integration process; improved section morale and readiness

o challenged junior NCOs by assigning them additional areas of responsibility; promoted continuous advancement

o led the operations process for Lawton AFDP; synchronized and executed movement of 300 Soldiers and 30 tactical vehicles

o hand selected by the G3 SGM to assist in the processing and coordination of the installation level Air Assault program

o served as NCOIC of Keiki Wonderland Tree Lighting Ceremony; organized FED Fire and logistics to support the event

o charismatic leader that commanded respect from co-workers and showed his subordinates how an NCO should act

o instructed 159 Soldiers with MRT skills which result in 0% suicides or crisis incidents during this tour

o introduced innovative methods in preparation of CLS recertification course; responsible for successful completion

o empowered Squad and Team Leaders through dedicated mentorship and NCO-focused development

o involved in the career decisions of Soldiers, gave them the knowledge necessary to make informed, intelligent choices

o vigorously attacked all assigned tasks and encouraged his Soldiers to do the same; a model take charge NCO

o recovered a nonparticipating soldier to return to active status at drill and become a valuable team member during NTC rotation

o raised an inherited unsatisfactory supply section to a commendable rating within a month for the BN CIP

o performance-based NCO; Soldiers processed over 34,000 SARSS data entries with 100% accuracy; a true testament of his ability to train and enforce standards

o led by example; taught Soldiers to meet objectives and accomplish critical mission tasks despite absence of supervision

o reduced delinquency rating for his team by 35 percent

o researched, developed and implemented successful OJT program for 30 workcenter personnel

o coached the maintenance section to a first place finish during a Brigade Quarterly Maintenance Inspection

o assumed command of the detachment, in the absence of an officer, on two separate missions at JRTC

o produced two quarterly and four monthly High Mileage Award winners during OIF III

o solid leader, genuinely cares for soldiers; motivated them to accomplish all missions

o recognized by the Battalion Commander for leadership while conducting combat operations against a Division directed target

o fostered high morale and a total winning attitude and spirit

o reminded Soldiers of the seriousness of the SHARP and EO programs; encouraged all Soldiers to intercede in potential SHARP incidents

o motivated one Soldier and one NCO to attend WLC/ALC respectively, prepared NCOES packets; resulting in Soldier making the Commadant's list and NCO graduating

o assumed the duties of the BN Operations Sergeant Major in his absense; facilitated a seamless flow of information throughout the BN

o performed extremely well in an ever changing and highly stressful environment; completed all tasks regardless of the situation

o established a workplace and overall command climate that fostered dignity and respect for all members of the group

o mentored the NCO that won state and regional NCO of the year and competed in National Best Warrior Competition

o promoted the tenets of Sexual/Harassment Assault response program ensuring application of those skills are embedded in everyday awareness in the workplace

o sets high expectations for herself, subordinates, and peers; influence evident in Section's first place finish

o planned and allocated over 1,000,000 rounds and 100 ranges for the Battalion; Battalion achieved its training goals despite resource constraints

o led two 12 week financial training sessions which helped 17 families become more financially secure; reduced outside assistance by 50%

o placed mission accomplishment and welfare of Soldiers above his own needs; leadership resulted in unprecedented loyalty

o demonstrated initiative in the execution of unit and section tasks; actions inspired peers and subordinates

o established and grew an atmosphere of pride and professionalism; resulted in a seamless change of command inventory

o mentored four Afghan National Police EOD in IED detection and disposal techniques; increased local IED disposal capability by 40% Leadership Course

o provided opportunities for junior Soldiers to excel; increased section confidence and morale

o completed 15 tactical convoy missions as lead vehicle commander delivering over 300 pieces of combat equipment and 50 tons of Class V throughout RC-East

o went above and beyond the duties of a squad leader to ensure all soldiers were taken care of during multiple training exercises

o provided positive transition to warriors by maintaining goal setting through utilization of the Comprehensive Transition Plan for over 60 WTs

o executes extremely well and with unfaltering reliability; utilizes self motivation to successfully accomplish the most challenging of tasks

o oversaw the reporting and battle tracking of over 200 significant activities in RC-North and ensured all information was recorded and relayed to key leaders

o taught Soldiers and leaders how to correctly implement the Troop Leading Procedures into 8 rigorous training events preparing the unit for future deployments

o sets the example for his peers and subordinates to follow

o assisted the automations section in maintaining 95% operational readiness; managed the care of over 200 workstations throughout the Battalion

o devoted personal time to researching technical questions, greatly improving the knowledge of the detachment

o fostered a professional climate in the mortar section and showed genuine concern for the personal and professional well being of his Soldiers

o exemplary Leader; covered a 60,000 square mile area under the NRMC Region ensuring the proper care of 12 Soldiers

o supervised day-to-day TOC operations; set standard for all operations

o seamlessly integrated new Soldiers from several units into a team capable of producing high pay off results while executing any given mission

o committed NCO that lives by "Mission first, Soldiers always"

o developed and published the first Stryker Battalion TACSOP and TOCSOP that were adopted as the brigade standard

o stood up the 106th Iraqi Civil Defense Corps Bn in preparation for Transfer of Authority based out of Mosul, Iraq

o oversaw the execution of over 500 Military Police combat missions in Iraq without any loss of life or equipment

o efficiently deployed all of the battalion's staff sections, personnel, and equipment from home station to Iraq without incident

Needs Improvement

o pointed out subordinate faults continually resulting in a toxic work environment

o led only when directed to; needed to take initiative for leading Soldiers he is responsible for

o adversely affected the state of readiness by not having personnel and vehicle information ready prior to SP

o incapable of conducting recruiting duties during the majority of the rated period; removed from a position of special trust

o Soldier did not advocate for nor take advantage of any leadership opportunities; actively avoided such challenges

o set one of the worst examples of leadership in the Unit and was generally distrusted by seniors, peers, and subordinates

o negatively affected Unit retention numbers; Soldiers that worked with him often went AWOL or would not reenlist because of his conduct

o NCO was a corrosive leader who undermined Unit discipline, created a toxic work environment, and reduced Unit cohesion and effectiveness

o took advantage of his position as NCOIC to consistently be late for duty

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

o reported false accomplishments to the commander in order to make the det appear to be better than all other detachments

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 encouraged Soldiers to take advantage of the government disability program 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 set poor example by sexually harrassing visiting female reps from outside agencies

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