o Outstanding performance by a total professional and true expert in Information Management. Absolutely reliable/dependable, runs his lane, needs no guidance/supervision.
o Easily handles the myriad of critical tasks associated with Garrison IT Operations. Responsible for a huge/complex lane of multiple functions ranging from LCM to APMS.
o Hard charging/dedicated performer and tremendous asset to our Garrison.
o Unlimited potential to serve/succeed in positions of greater responsibility.
First Sergeant Smith is a capable Truck Master whose knowledge of Transportation has been invaluable in training new personnel and handling operations. First Sergeant Smith has unlimited potential and has demonstrated exceptional Soldier Care. With further mentorship and training, he may be ready for Sergeant Major.
Sergeant Harris possesses a strong record of credibility, loyalty and achievement. He provided pre-mobilization training for over 2,000 Soldiers and aided multiple unit supply sergeants. He is a selfless team player. Promote now to Staff Sergeant!
SSG Smith's knowledge of USAREUR and ARCENT operating procedures has been invaluable in training new personnel and handling joint operational requirements. In addition to his post as Container Manager for Camp Striker and FOB Cropper, his duties included sending weekly census reports, tracking anywhere from 1,000 to 10,000 U.S. and coalition service members. His meticulous accounting and accuracy were repeatedly recognized by Garrison Command. He is highly recommended for selection to Sergeant First Class.
Sergeant Anderson is the most conscientious and dedicated Soldier I've served with in 11 years. He oversaw two brigade-size turn-ins during NTC rotations prior to an Iraq deployment and achieved recognition for best supply room in 10th MT Division. Promote to Staff Sergeant Now.
This Soldier demonstrated exceptional ability and leadership qualities. Advised Leadership on how to efficiently organize Convoy Escort Teams for civilian trucks from Camp Virginia, Kuwait to both Camp Cedar and Camp Adder, Iraq. Recommend promotion.
Staff Sergeant Powel has demonstrated tremendous growth, has overcome all obstacles, and is ready for a more challenging assignment. A clear choice for recruiter duty, Promote.
Sergeant First Class Ferrick is a proven leader and team builder. He was directly responsible for two successful rotations. Select now for the most challenging and critical duties.
Staff Sergeant Coronado is ready for immediate promotion to Sergeant First Class. He developed the deployment maintenance SOP and brought delinquencies to zero balance and returned $20,000 to the 25th TC. He has the maturity and technical knowledge needed to be an outstanding Warrant Officer.
SGT Gale's take charge attitude and "can do" optimism paired with his natural ability made him my first choice for section supervisor. He has unlimited potential for future leadership positions with increased authority and responsibility. He has my highest recommendation for advancement.
Sergeant First Class Valdez led his battery to success. He trained all his Soldiers on the Sentinel RADAR and the FAAD computer system, exceeding requirements. He aggressively met and overcame obstacles and streamlined operations. He is overdue for greater responsibility. Promote to MSG now!
SGT Mansk is a capable Health Care Specialist with a can-do attitude. He amplified local medical assets by assisting with the care of 100 trauma and 200 outpatient local nationals and coalition forces. He provided top care during 11 mass casualties, 60 hours of medical-surgical care and ICU recovery. His attention to detail ensured continuity of effective care as he assisted with the medevac of 60 patients to role III care. SGT Mansk is always willing to accept more challenging tasks. Promote to Staff Sergeant as soon as possible.
She is my go-to manager for logistics planning and an outstanding Platoon Sergeant with exceptional experience. Challenge with greater responsibilities and promote to First Class now.
Staff Sergeant Lawlor is an expert Transportation Manager. He developed a Combat Heavy Maintenance Program that became the standard for all others units in the AOR. He has met and conquered all challenges and is ready to excel in any billet assigned. A clear choice for Sergeant First Class, promote immediately.
Needs Improvement Bullet Comments
SFC Brown has unlimited potential but needs to work on his leadership and problem solving skills before executing duties of greater responsibility. Send to SLC as soon as Soldier is eligible.
Performance is often above average but SSG Wheelis lacks loyalty and respect for superiors. She has potential, with more experience, to excel as a leader.
He is a technical SME and training asset but demonstrates a lack of rapport with and concern for subordinates and has contributed to low morale in this Unit. May perform better in another Command.
Do not recommend for promotion at this time. With further mentorship and training SGT Maclay may be ready for greater responsibilities in the future.
SSG Harding's performance is sometimes above average but he is undependable and cannot be relied on for unsupervised assignments.
This NCO is not a contributing member of the U.S. Army; do not retain and remove from positions of responsiblity immediately.
SSG Adams' otherwise superior performance was marred by his lapse in judgement during rating period; failed to uphold the Army Values.
SGT Willard is ready for promotion. With detailed instruction and supervision this Soldier can accomplish assigned tasks.
SGT Keck consistently failed to comply with safety regulations and OIs and is a threat to the safety of this battery. Recommend discharge at earliest opportunity.
SSG Smith is uncooperative with leadership and fails to understand the difference between "taking care of troops" and following orders. His combative attitude is counter-productive and a liability to this Command.
Despite increased assistance and training, he continues to have difficulty completing assigned tasks. Recommend reclassification.
SGT Reynolds is unable to adjust to deployment or the diverse demands of a joint environment.
Performs at expected levels, does not distinguish himself from his peers. Send to Advance Leaders Course when slot is available.