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TRAINING NCOER Bullet Comment Examples


o developed remedial APFT program which resulted in higher accountability and PT percent pass rate increase of 33% from December to January

o acted as NCOIC, Proctor, and US unit POC for the German Armed Forces Badge; coordinated with German Forces for 10 events for 184 MDW Service Members

o successfully completed levels one and two of the Modern Army Combative's Program; conjointly finished level one of the Special Operations Combative Program

o his vast knowledge and impeccable attention to detail makes him an outstanding trainer and a inspiration to learn from

o ensured that his team was well trained and proficient and completed all missions with superior results during his attendance at ALC; 100% of Team SSD-1 complete

o supervised Pre-Marksmanship Instruction utilizing the EST-2 for the entire Battalion units to support M4/M16A2/M2 weapons qualification ranges

o has an extensive knowledge base of the STT and CPN from on the job experience, previous units and deployments; does not hesitate to share his knowledge with Soldiers

o provided a positive training environment by promoting clear defined goals and responsibilities in section

o assigned the responsibilty to train soldiers in order to maintain readiness of all power generation equipment within the platoon

o mentored 10 Family Readiness Group Leaders in being resourceful and using all Army Programs and services to their fullest potential to resolve family issues

o responsible for working with and assisting the Battalion's USR Officer; resulted in 99% Soldier accountability and accuracy for two consecutive months

o assisted in the recognition and development of several MOS required section training sessions; enhanced the section's technical expertise and proficiency

o supervised four Soldiers while setting the example and demonstrating what right looks like when it came to taking care of the Soldier's administrative needs

o trained his soldier to fire expert on the M4, M110, XM2010, and the M107 sniper weapon systems

o resourceful judgment repeatedly enhanced battalion/company training events

o implemented training in a forward deployed environment ensuring three Soldiers were fully proficient in technical and tactical skills; readily shared combat experience

o ensured a court-martial was completed in three weeks in a combat environment, a task which normally takes about three months; extremely mission-focused

o executed pre-deployment training proficiently, including convoy operations and react to contact drills; improved operational proficiency and readiness in the section

o set up classes and ensured her Squad was cross-trained on radios, weapons and the Blue Force Tracker

o possesses the technical and tactical knowledge necessary to teach and train on MOS tasks

o made well informed decisions; provided his Soldiers with an environment conducive to effective training

o has an extensive knowledge base from previous deployments and does not hesitate to highlight lessons learned

o trained subordinates to high level of motivation

o does not use his free time to improve his knowledge of his MOS to become a more efficent and better leader

o received a Coin of Excellence from the Bde Cdr for conducting an outstanding Special Forces range in preparation for their upcoming Afghanistan rotation

o certified 50 personnel down to Company level throughout the Brigade to operate the EST 2000, resulting in dramatic improvement of weapons qualifications

o supervised Pre-Marksmanship Instruction utilizing the EST- 2000 for the entire Brigade and numerous external units to support weapons qualification

o earned the Expert Infantryman's Badge

o her K-9 section placed first overall in a 24-team competition.

o qualified superior on Bradley Table VIII

o trains for readiness and prepares for the unexpected

o eager to share knowledge and experience; key to his sectionís 100 present operational readiness

o developed and implemented a special PT program with 100 percent success.

o organized, trained and leads an OPFOR team which aggresses SOBC students participating in FTXs

o ensured all of his soldiers successfully completed PLDC and other career enhancing courses

o proficient trainer. Constantly teaches soldiers

o developed effective SUE training program for the BattalionTraining

o spearheaded Convoy Protection Platform (CPP) training adopted by company for training incoming units to theater

o trained and conditioned six soldiers who failed the APFT to pass within four weeks

o trained the Iraq Police and Iraq Army in intelligence gathering on the battlefield for use in future operations against suspected insurgents

o encouraged a positive training environment by promoting teamwork

o recognized by Battalion Commander for excellence during Expert Field Medic Badge training

o established a flawless NBC defense plan during operation Desert Shield

o coached the battalion's M60 machine gun team to an overall top placement in the CG's marksmanship

o provided escalation of force, positive identification of targets, and ROE training to all soldiers

o unit Training NCO; obtained 27 school slots for soldiers; to date no one lacks military education

o created Command Maintenance program training standards and trained the IBP staff on PMCS and Unit Level Maintenance

o deployed on first aircraft to Desert Shield; provided in-depth NBC and battle field training upon arrival

o trained 120 Iraq Army Soldiers on land navigation, reflexive fire, enter and clear a room, stress shoot and AK-47 weapons proficiency

o best trainer in the company; always trusted with the most difficult classes to teach

o expert knowledge and insight were vital during critical field training exercises

o taught five common tasks to 98 soldiers; produced 100 percent go on annual CTT

o implemented continuous crew-served weapons training, improved number of combat-qualified soldiers from 7 to 20

o as Master Fitness Trainer increased soldier pass rate on APFT from 87 to 99 percent



Needs Improvement Bullets

o successfully assisted in the training of two NCO's on basic duties associated with the Intel Watch

o did not seek training or assistance when placed in a position outside of his typical duties

o he was not accountable for his actions when he went AWOL for 41 days, neglecting his basic soldier knowledge of being on time, in the right uniform and the right place

o does not use his free time to improve his knowledge of his MOS to become a more efficent and better leader

o overcame several obstacles to advancement but requires further training before...

o has made significant progress in qualification and may be ready for advancement

o demonstrated dedication and sincere effort to improve but limited by...

o negatively affected our state of readiness by...

o failed to take advantage of opportunities to advance

o achieved full qualification in position and needs to concentrate on...

o counseled by the Battalion CSM for having the least qualified platoon in the company

o failure to plan ahead or manage current training requirements reduced readiness

o his performance was below average and is in immediate need of retraining

o is indifferent to suggestions for advancement and misses many opportunities for improvement

o despite encouragement and efforts of peers, cannot qualify for duty and fails to make effort to improve

o will not use off-duty time for study or self-improvement, fails to advance in qualification

o failed to acquire the necessary skills and attributes to...

o despite the best efforts of trainers on and off-duty, was unsuccessful in...

o demonstrated a lack of knowledge in most assigned duties, does not comply with instructions and is a threat to the safety of this battery






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