Values NCOER Bullet Comments

We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly.
—Aristotle 384 B.C.-322 B.C., Greek philosopher, teacher of Alexander the Great


o discouraged subordinates from following example of corrupt leaders; preserved VA disability benefits for those that actually need it

o unequaled loyalty; dedicated and caring leader

o displayed stong character, pride and professionalism

o gained the respect of others through honesty and integrity

o totally committed to the Army's values; set the standard for peers and subordinates alike

o epitomized selfless-service; always forbade failure, despite austerity, to ensure mission success

o displayed impeccable character and moral presence through volunteerism, outreach, and mentorship that positively impacted her Soldiers and the community

o willingly took on additional duties knowing he would be sacrificing his own personal time

o supports the Army's Equal Opportunity Program, consistently ensures Soldiers under her supervision are treated equitably

o results-oriented performer who accomplishes all missions in a professional, efficient manner

o the epitome of what every NCO should be; aggressive, intelligent and professional

o totally dedicated to the unit, mission, and Soldiers; a credit to the NCO Corps

o works tirelessly to fulfill mission requirements

o places his Paratrooper's needs above his own; dedicated to the team concept

o forward thinking NCO geared toward mission accomplishment

o top performer whose work is marked by integrity and initiative; demands the same from others

o exceptional contribution of over 26.5 man hours resulted in raising over for various charities throughout the rated period through 5k races and community events

o unequalled drive to accomplish the unit's mission

o total dedication and commitment to mission accomplishment

o effectively executes all assigned missions, regardless of difficulty

o strong in character and pride; great asset to the NCO Corps

o works relentlessly to accomplish the mission

o a man/woman of true integrity, living the morals and values s/he teaches to others

o instilled a sense of pride within his section

o is a soldier first, proud to serve, resolute in his duty

o can be relied on to successfully complete all assignments

o has unquestioning faith in her chain of command and Army values

o conducts himself as a well groomed senior NCO

o reenlisted to stay with her unit until mission was finished

o exhibits a high level of esprit de corps, which carries over to his section

o highly motivated Noncommissioned Officer

o takes the initiative and makes things happen

o works until the mission is completed

o superior performance of duty

o can be depended upon to perform under the most extreme circumstances

o highest of standards and conduct on and off duty

o continually exhibits the highest standards of loyalty, integrity and personal behavior

o places Army, mission and subordinates above personal interest

o extremely honest and trustworthy

o works efficiently and effectively with superiors and is selflessly committed to the unit's mission

o reenlisted to stay with her unit until mission was finished

o a team player who shows great pride in the unit

o loyal, dedicated, and dependable NCO

o constantly demonstrates a professional attitude; asset to any unit

o works until the job is accomplished

o attains results regardless of the mission or tasks

o instills spirit of teamwork in his soldiers

o unquestioned integrity and exemplary personal conduct both on and off duty

o puts the Army first

o takes great pride in supporting soldiers

o loyal to supervisors and peers

o exceptionally reliable and trustworthy when given an assignment

o works harmoniously and effectively with others


Needs Improvement


o understood his role as a senior leader but failed contribute to the mission

o fails to keep track of the Soldiers under his supervision

o sometimes requires supervision on how to talk to Soldiers

o demonstrated poor judgement without consideration of results

o hid serious shortfalls until it was too late to correct them

o avoids complying with orders, regularly shows disrespect to NCOs, requires constant supervision

o is a motivated troop but needs further guidance in...

o has unlimited potential but requires more experience before...

o must realize the importance of finishing assigned tasks without supervision

o failed to use time wisely, consistently failed to complete duty assignments

o frequent unwillingness to cooperate in working toward unit goals affected readiness

o failed to fulfill his leadership's intent for positive and appropriate EO practices

o needed to be consistent with leadership style and maintain formality when in presence of Soldiers

o an excellent technician but needs to work on tact and communication skills

o has good potential but requires more experience applying daily soldier leadership skills

o good Soldier, but fails to self improve by applying sound personal management skills

o demonstrated a serious lack of integrity and poor judgment without consideration of results

o compromised integrity by submitting altered documents; poor example to subordinates

o encouraged soldiers to advance by cheating for each other, poor example

o do not send to ALC

o do not assign to positions of greater responsibility

o rater directed relief

o Soldier refused to sign



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