91F/Small Arms/Artillery Repairer NCOER Examples

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o delivered outstanding performance during deployment to Kandahar Airbase in Afghanistan

o served as benchstock NCO and ordered more than $75,000 worth of benchstock; parts always available

o performed without accident or injury and was able to rely on his squad to respond to any incident with a cool head, and an open mind

o always took his specialists along to allow them to become well devoloped NCOs

o led the night shift in the absence of the Squad Leader for 6 weeks

o shared information learned from prior years' annual training and applied it to annual training 2013 by teaching peers how to identify and correct crucial deficiencies that make the M777A2 Weapon System non-mission capable

o stood up the NIE Transient Arms Room and developed effective physical security procedures that integrated with Task Force operations

o instructed the entire team on how to check and verify the nitrogen and hydraulic systems which are common sources of mission degrading problems for the M777A2; reduced failures by 50%

o acted as squad leader during FTX conducted at MOUT site Marseilles

o completed 9 work orders on turrets project

o maintained a 96% equipment readiness rate as the Company's TMDE monitor

o set up and managed the brigade small-arms repairs directly impacting the brigade's ability to sustain the mission

o earned a reputation for reliability and competence and built an unwavering level of trust among the Soldiers of each unit that fell under 25TH CAB for repairs and services


o maintained 100% accountability of all Small-arms equipment with zero losses or damage

o developed training class for use and markmanship with the MK19 automatic greneade launcher

o maintained active communications with senior and subordinate units while participating in Combat Aviation Brigade's refurbished small-arms service team

o instructed 12 soldiers in the PAS 13 system

o delivered performance that ensured E Co. 3-25 GSAB passed its Safety inspection

o his experience, innovation and proficiency were vital to the success of Bravo Company and across the entire Task Force Hammerheads

o serviced and repaired over 6,000 weapons while assigned to the 632nd Maintenance Company

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