Presence NCOER Bullet Comments

Military and Professional Bearing, Fitness, Confidence, Resilience

Pride and Presence

o demonstrated a tough, resilient mindset, able to adapt to and overcome any obstacles throughout the deployment

o increased section APFT average from 223 to 267 as a direct result of commitment to PRT and Soldier readiness

o scored 270 on last record APFT, displaying a high level of fitness

o committed to excellence; enhanced the expertise of the section by sharing insights and experience gained during course facilitation and through research into material

o established an arduous PT program for himself to pass the PT test and HT/WT

o epitome of a Senior NCO, rigorously enforces standards and fosters a professional and productive training environment

o as a Master Resiliency Trainer, conducts in-depth training with Soldiers on a regular basis

o proudly represented the Battery and Battalion during several key leader and higher echelon Command Team visits

o maintained a professional working environment to help subordinates thrive

o showed tremendous resilience in turbulent and transitioning instability

o maintained personnel actions workflow between G1 SGM and enlisted branch during transitions

o always maintained a professional appearance along with keeping physically fit

o maintained a high quality work environment and made sure standards were maintained

o adapted exceptionally well in an ever changing, stressful environment

o represented the MEARNG in Montenegro in an effort to support that country joining NATO

o always projected self-confidence and composure under pressure

o ensured the ability of the ED to provide quality patient care by training the Soldiers under him with all required skills

o met challenges head on; displayed courage, conviction and professionalism daily while dealing with co-workers and patients

o motivated Soldiers to perform at their best, helped two previous failures pass their APFT

o resilient leader who fostered organizational focus; exemplified adherence to standards through appearance and actions

o reported senior NCO who habitually caressed, touched or held junior personnel inappropriately; stopped abuse, restored Soldiers' dignity

o risked personal safety to protect peers; reported inappropriate physical contact by NCOIC; improved section working environment

o superior NCO; consistently stood out as the best NCO of the Detachment and is an epitome of the a U.S. Army Senior NCO

o ended chronic disorderly conduct in the section; enforced standards and restored a professional and productive work environment

o revived building exterior appearance standards; scheduled regular maintenance by Soldiers; improved grounds appearance 100%

o standardized work center desk arrangement and computer imaging; streamlined office operations and set the example in a joint environment

o developed comprehensive DV procedures checklist; provided unprecedented honors, recognized as most thorough and adopted as unit standard

o demanded same involvement and standards of assigned joint personnel; obtained joint leadership agreement without written authority

o consistently displayed the epitome of a U.S. Army NCO

o caring member of the community; volunteered on multiple occasions assisting homeless veterans and painting houses for the less-fortunate

o exemplifies what a sergeant should be; work ethic and volume of capabilities amplifies the unit's efficiency and effectiveness with atypical missions

o remains calm and poised under pressure

o maintains his military bearing at all times

o helped his clinic win the Commanders Trophy for APFT Excellence for the fourth consecutive cycle

o competed and consistently placed 1st with battalion cross country team

o rated NCO received 1st place in three international weight lifting events

o won 1998 American Drug Free Powerlifting Association Men's National Competition

o hand-picked to march as a member of the CINCUSAREUR Honor Guard

o motivated Soldiers; projected self-confidence and authority while maintaining standards of conduct, discipline and appearance

o developed a concentrated remedial physical training routine; incorporated high intensity workouts to enhance the physical conditioning of the entire platoon

o encouraged other Soldiers to improve their overall score

o during this rating period, Soldier demonstrated motivation to improve

o consummate professional in all aspects of duty and performance

o continually developed challenging PRT training sessions to demonstrate the versatility of the Army's PRT program and promote the benefits of the program

o maintained a vigorous physical fitness regiment consisting of MMA, ruck marching, PRT, and weightlifting

o dominated the physical fitness test without effort

o awarded the Army Physical Fitness Badge for scoring a 291 on her Record APFT

o helped develop and implement the company's fitness program resulting in ten soldiers being removed from Special Population Physical Fitness Program

o uniform and appearance consistently exceeded standards

o scored 300 on APFT maintaining her Physical Fitness Badge

o exceptional role model for Soldiers; projects self-confidence and enthusiasm

o a physical fitness role model; consistently scored above XXX on his/her APFT

o supervised and executed PRT at Platoon and Battery level; directly responsible for physically conditioning over 800 Soldiers above the minimum BPFT standard

o one of 12 to complete arduous 13K Mountain Run on FOB Thunder

o dedicated to fitness; motivates others to exceed standards

o great physical and mental endurance

o impressive military appearance and bearing

o bearing and appearance are exemplary

o won PT award for highest PT score in ANCOC

o well-disciplined soldier; displayed the utmost in bearing and appearance

o developed a demanding PT program for his platoon

o physically fit soldier with stamina and a relentless drive to improve

o mentally tough; able to manage numerous tasks at one time

o maintained a positive attitude and deep pride in mission accomplishment

o designed platoon PT program; now used as company standard

o selected as USAEUR athlete of the year

o mentally quick and resourceful

o presents dignified presence and appearance

o successfully completed the Army Air Assault School

o established Brigade Physical fitness Program; improved unit strength and readiness

o consistently displayed a positive attitude and high level of confidence

o physically challenged his subordinates to exceed standards

o positive mental outlook and attitude

o possesses unparalleled bearing and presence

o outstanding role model for noncommissioned officers

o appearance always immaculate; exceptional role model for soldiers

o never backs down from a challenge

o excellent role model in bearing and appearance

o excellent mental and physical attributes

o exceeds all standards of physical fitness

o responsible for subordinates fitness, led squad to a 280 APFT average

o confident, sharp looking NCO

o trained platoon to exceed Brigade standards of fitness

o consistently demonstrated sound physical and mental toughness

o assumed duties as ISOPREP NCOIC for the ________; processed 158 Soldiers in a 3-day period bringing the unit's report status to 98%

Needs Improvement

o frequently missing from his place of duty; often found annoying the members of other offices

o places more importance on and effort into personal phone calls than his duties

o unable to use idle time productively; chooses wandering the halls over reviewing regulations or developing MS Office skills

o thinks a pressed uniform and fresh haircut qualifies him for a top NCOER and management position

o SFC Hero's participation in unit physical training declined during this rating period

o made satisfactory progress in run time but still approaching minimum standards in...

o presents sharp military appearance but needs to realize importance of subtlety

o counseled twice for disrespect toward an NCO; focus on relationship skills

o refused suggestions to attend counseling until problems escalated to the point of making him unfit for duty

o failed to meet APFT standards for the two mile run and sit-ups with a total score of 124

o soldier failed to meet height and weight requirements or make any progress

o failed to meet minimum APFT standards repeatedly and lacks the willingness to improve

o took an apathetic approach to the health and welfare of troops; resulted in entire squad failing to meet the height and weight standard

o failed to complete 2-mile run during APFT, quit after 1 mile

o worked a demanding schedule that included changing between from nights to days and frequently fell asleep during shift

o displayed substandard appearance and military bearing for an NCO of his rank

o failed to meet the body fat standards during rating period; maintained three to eight pounds of weight loss and removed himself from the AWCP

o soldier is on profile and cannot conduct an Army Physical Fitness Test, or participate in any physical training events

o presented an unprofessional appearance and lacks military bearing

o he continued to undermine what it means to be a soldier, let alone a leader

o attempted to abuse position and authority to cheat on previous record APFT

o demonstrated a lack of integrity when he attempted to cheat on the previous record APFT

o personal issues are interfering with conduct on the job

o failed to meet body fat standards IAW AR 600-9; measured at 27% body fat and maintained 2-3 pound weight loss per month while on the weight control program

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