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Casualty Affairs Office (CAO)

o commended by Casualty Affairs Office and the families while serving as the CAO to three cases; successfully closed all three cases and represented the U.S. Army with pride

o developed and implemented a medical support plan for an outlying FOB, including combined ISAF and ANA mass casualty plan and casualty collection points

o served as the Casualty Operations Clerk during Operation Enduring Freedom

o submitted casualty reports for all injured personnel to CJ1 ; all were timely, accurate and first time go

o handled each situation during the most stressful and trying of times with great care and respect for the wounded warriors

o earned laudatory comments from every Battalion he assisted in reporting efforts

o trained Soldiers on casualty operations during NTC, completing over 200 Casualty Packets without error; instilled confidence in them before deployment



MERITORIOUS SERVICE AS COMMAND CASUALTY AFFAIRS OFFICER AT NAVAL AND MARINE CORPS RESERVE CENTER, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI FROM AUGUST 2009 TO JULY 2012. SERGEANT FIRST CLASS TAYLOR DEMONSTRATED EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP TO OVER FIVE HUNDRED JOINT PERSONNEL. HE SUPERVISED MORE THAN 500 HOURS OF TRAINING, DIRECTED A 10-MAN COMMAND TRAINING TEAM DURING THE COMMAND'S LAST THREE TRAINING AND READINESS ASSESSMENTS, FACILITATED MORE THAN 200 FUNERAL HONORS REQUESTS, AND PERSONALLY CONDUCTED OVER 100 VETERAN FUNERALS AND 11 ACTIVE DUTY CASUALTY NOTIFICATIONS. SERGEANT TAYLOR'S DETERMINATION, WISE JUDGMENT AND DEDICATION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY.






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