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o acted as company commander and deputy during their absence with no degradation in operations or mission accomplishment

o assigned NCOs to mentor and develop lower enlisted and junior NCOs and monitored their progress

o assisted NCOICs with section management; overcame personality conflicts with intra-unit transfers and counseling

o augmented the First Sergeant; ensured the health, morale, and safety of over 300 Soldiers; recognized by Commander

o balanced workload; prioritized tasks and assigned available resources; no adverse affect on mission

o cultivated atmosphere of harmony and trust; facilitated Battalion-wide climate improvement; reinforced Army values

o conducted NCODP on NCOERs and professional development; ensured standards were applied equally and fairly

o developed briefing and tracking aids to support accurate and timely reporting and tracking of personnel, equipment, and supplies across 4 operational locations

o delegated effectively; trusted unit NCOs with key responsibilities which resulted in improved site output

o ensured all Company inventories were scheduled and completed

o established Memorandum of Agreement with Air Force Admin secton to provide admin support for deployed Soldiers; restored timely support

o executed all the required logistical preparations and reporting of all logistical statuses to include accounting for 125 weapons

o facilitated counseling and maintained Soldier confidentiality during difficult situations until resolved

o fearless senior NCO; identified and stopped behavior risking group conflict or harassment claims; held work center to standards

o followed up on training mileposts, improved key coverage by 80% in less than 3 months

o fostered open, candid, and frequent communications between command and all Bn members

o hands-on leadership; enforced compliance with instructions and secured 95 percent QA pass rate for FY18

o identified training shortfall and developed training schedule, coordinated with sections to ensure compliance

o implemented a rigorous Special Emphasis PRT program that removed 12 Soldiers from the Army Body Composition Program

o increased unit mobilization readiness and enhanced intelligence production support to the Command

o initiated discharge process for chronic disciplinary problem; removed from office and restored team spirit

o instituted daily inspections to guarantee all vehicles were kept mission-capable and ready to roll

o maintained 100% accountability of all visitors, vendors, and service providers to the battalion; increased security by 30%

o mature leader and manager; replaced two Staff Sergeants who neglected their duties; produced immediate improvement in morale and training progress

o met regularly with NCOICs to stay abreast of personnel needs and family concerns

o played a significant role in further developing the Ukrainian CTC staff NCOs and enlisted soldiers by providing additional training

o rallied Bn; tackled three major taskings simultaneously; loaded and launched 13 truck convoys in less than 48 hours

o reviewed and revised the Soldier accountability and reporting system in order to ensure accurate accounting

o served as Acting Command Sergeant Major; maintained the readiness and cohesion of his Battalion

o submitted accurate RAMS reports weekly and on time every time; provided real-time visibility into defense readiness

o supervised day to day operations of the admin staff

o tracked the daily movement of 155 Soldiers and provided 100% accurate accountability reporting to the Battalion S1

o trusted subordinates with critical portions of mission; reaped benefits of exponential growth and unprecedented productivity

o updated DCO and provided situational awareness on weather, LOGSTATS, PERSTAT, medical evacuation status, and ongoing operations



Command Sergeant Major - Rear Detachment

o followed up on all paperwork and made sure all warriors had proper badges for assigned duties

o identified lack of administrative support for Soldiers and worked with Commander to expand office capability

o led a headquarters company command through significant pre-mobilization challenges

o led a senior Brigade staff through an Annual Training period with elements scattered across Fort Indiantown Gap

o prepared members for deployment with meticulous review of private, family, and business concerns; improved readiness and morale

o processed required administrative paperwork, during on-going operations, resulting in the promotion of his fellow Soldiers

o prosecuted barracks violations rather than ignore them; barracks inspections rarely necessary now

o served as unit Readiness NCO while the unit was deployed

o submitted weekly reports and conducted weekly command teleconferences which corrected a long-standing intel void

o superbly managed and supported the pre-deployment training and preparation of 154 Joint Service Members and their associated equipment for OEF and OND

o supported numerous missions for deploying units while participating in numerous CPX, MRX, MDMP, and BCST training events

o took the initiative to take over the Battalion Strength Report (BSR) and assist in the tracking for over 500 personnel for the 2nd Battalion while assigned to the S1

o tracked and monitoring training attendance by down trace units

o worked closely with Battalion to ensure adherence to all of the commander's policies and position the unit for deployment







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