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92Y Unit Supply Specialist NCOER Examples

o managed office supply, expendable item process

o meticulously rebuilt over 20 component listing documents in the PBUSE system, drastically increasing the unit's ability to accurately recognize and fill shortages

o efficiently managed, inventoried, and distributed MTOE property valued at $48,789,582; resulting in zero loss of the commander's organizational property

o accounted for 100% of all SSA supply requisitions; culminating in a commendable rating as a result of his strict adherence of the CSDP

- Senior logistics advisor for 581 personnel in an Aviation Maintenance organization.

- Performed supervisory duties for 16 logistical personnel, ensured proper guidance, mentorship & training throughout California. Conducted monthly classes for subordinates to ensure maximum supply efficiency.

- Responsible for ensuring the accountability and serviceability of $65 million dollars worth of property. Assured inventories were conducted and records maintained in accordance with regulations and standard operating procedures.

- Implemented a successful Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) by incorporating an aggressive training plan for all supply personnel resulting in fewer losses of government property.

- Researched and determined disposition of excess material. Processed receipts and cancellations resulting in the accountability of $25 million of excess equipment.

- Analyzed statistical data and created briefings for superiors to ascertain trends, conformance to standard, directives, and efficiency of operations.

- Conducted end to end logistical planning including joint, conventional and modular logistics during full spectrum operations.

- Managed the Government Purchase Card (GPC) program.

- Collected, consolidated, and analyzed maintenance and readiness data utilizing automated systems to determine specific unit equipment readiness posture.


Senior Supply Sergeant 92Y402S

o inducted into the Order of Saint Martin by USAREUR G4 for his cumulative contributions to USAREUR and the 172D Infantry Brigade

o achieved commendable ratings in four areas during CIP inspection conducted by Material Support Center-Korea Fiscal Year 2012

o completed training on Force And Asset Search Tool, annual Defense Travel System, IG concepts and systems, EOL, SHARP, and inspection process

o received a Bachelor's of Science degree in Management from University of Phoenix with a 3.38 Grade Point Average


Property Accounting NCO

o proficiently maintained direct responsibility for property book records worth over one billion dollars comprised of military and commercial Class VII equipment





Unit Supply Specialist

o prosessed over 250 DTS's and more than 200 orders in a 3 month period

o successfully moved $3 million of equipment while maintaining 100% accountability

o her willingness to step up and demonstrate her ability to operate the PBUSE workstation prevented mission failure

o overhauled company supply operations resulting in a seamless change of command inventory with no FLIPL actions initiated for the outgoing Commander

o military bearing, tact, and professionalism were at a level well beyond hers pay grade

o maintained Supply records for entire HHD

o coordinated billeting, linen, transportation, meals, and supplies throughout duration of the mission ensuring no lapse in support

o took lead in the absense of leadership to prevent mission failure

o conducted herself in a manner typically displayed by a Senior NCO

o coordinated S4 issues with military assets, key leader engagements, and ASA Fort Dix civilians competently and efficiently


Supply Sergeant

o managed over 671 pieces of property book equipment, worth over 2.1 million dollars, resulting in zero losses or damage, while supporting two FTXs and two ATs (92Y30)

o led Soldier to display initiative in absence of orders, resulted in an independent and decentralized section capable of efficiently conduction critical supply activities

o motivated Soldiers to achieve a high standard of excellence in all commodity shops; ensured the battalion, brigade and division standards were enforced throughout

o counseled one Junior NCO and four Soldiers on company supply systems; resulted in a fully capable section that consistently enhanced the unit s mission success

o ensured the Command Supply Discipline Program was enforced effectively and efficiently; resulted in Soldier comprehension and adherence to all standards

o coached, mentored, and imparted knowledge with a new Supply Sergeant and Supply Clerk; resulted in zero lost efficiency of all company supply systems

o maintained accountability of 1,422 items of organizational equipment, valued in excess $5 million during the ITC with zero losses or discrepancies

o managed the company budget, created a system to prioritized COEI shortages, and filled 6,494.60 of shortages; resulted in improved company capabilities

o completed the 204 page Company Property Book Encyclopedia with pictures and all information pertaining to every End item, COEI, and BII on the property book

o initiated his nomination to compete in the Supply Excellence Award for FY 11-12; demonstrated the willingness to constantly seek to improve his knowledge of logistics

o received commendation from Division Inspector and G-4 for organizational and supply systems implemented; recommended for Unit Supply Excellence Award

o identified by the Division G-4 for his knowledge of logistics; a gifted leader whose performance marks him as the quintessential professional within the logistics realm

o maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment, worth in excess of 15 million dollars

o the sole supply sergeant for Headquartes and Headquarters Company, TF Spartan, supported over 550 soldiers of FOB Finley-Shields

o his assistance to logistics personnel in other units of JLTF 7 was key in making sure the Task Force exceeded its assigned mission

o developed and maintained accurate tracking mechanism to account for all class of supply far exceeding the standard

o established Unit Supply Operations in an area with no life support in place and obtained all supplies necessary to support combat operations

o maintained strict accountability of over $200,000.00 dollars of Government Equipment

o supplied support for over 20 vehicle convoys in and aroud the City of Al Hillah, Iraq

o assisted and supported 18 series Soldiers in over 10 Direct Action missions by supplying security overwatch as a .50 Cal gunner

o her hard work and attention to detail during pre-mobilization and mobilization ensured the unit arrived in thater ready to accept all duties, and accomplish all missions immediately

o trained and mentored 2 soliders to successfully compete for and win solider of the month (92Y30)

o demonstrated exceptional MOS knowledge; managed three Property Book Hand Receipts and 35 Sub-hand receipt Holders for equipment valued over $25 million (92Y30)

o promoted teamwork at all levels of logistical operations within the Task Force by assisting all cells with procurement

o Diligent in making sure sections update hand receipts for assigned equipment

o always volunteered for advon operations to ensure equiment was in place for the main body


BN S4 NCO / 92Y40

o coordinated successful redeployment of 1,300 personnel and their equipment from Iraq to the U.S. of an 11 Company strong BN

o supervised all mandatory clearing activities from COB Adder and Kuwait of 11 Companies and the BN

o oversight contributed to zero containers being delayed in Kuwait during redeploymento NCOIC of ADVON to Kuwait that was instrumental in the successful throughput of BN soliders and equipment to the US

o section operated at high level with total professionalism during final months of deployment when attentions can be diverted

o recognized all Soldiers in his section for missions completed during OIF 09-11o mentored junior supply sergeants through redeployment process utilizing experience from previous redeployments

o executed comprehensive RIP-TOA with incoming BN

o trained CO supply sergeants continuously in accountability during final months to ensure no surprises during redeployment

o responsible for successful input in LIW and tracking of BN equipment into the RESET program to final turn-in at Ft. Hood

o ensured 100% accountability of BN sensitive items from Iraq to US

o instrumental in zero shortages in forward property books when merged to rear property books


92Y40 BATTALION SUPPLY ACCOUNTING NCO

o brought an inherited unsatisfactory BN S4 supply section to a commendable rating of 100% of all units Hand Receipts inventoried and signed within 3 months

o nominated by the Chief of Staff Army Supply Excellence Award program by the 648th RSG

o nominated for the nation's Ten Outstanding Americans for true dedication unit mission and the ability to go above and beyond expected


Unit Supply Sergeant

o maintained extreme jurisprudence in 100% accountabilty of over $39.5M resulting in zero losses (92Y30)

o improved Battalion supply, maintenance, and financial programs and produced a 20% increase in Battalion equipment serviceability rates

o administered supply and logistics so well that the Battalion completed its Army Training and Evaluation Programs and two major field exercises ahead of schedule

o recognized by Squadron commander for phenomenal property accountability procedures during change of command and unit reset operations

o had to be constantly reminded to counsel and mentor Soldiers on a regular basis (needs improvement)

o placed first place during 504th MP Bn command supply discipline inspection

o maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment, worth in excess of $5.5 million

o arranged specialized transportation for the deployment of six working dogs and six working dog teams to Iraq

o efforts during pre-mobilization and mobilization ensured the unit arrived in theater equipped for and ready for missions

o supplied material support for over 25 vehicle convoys in and aroud the City of Al Hillah, Iraq

o selected by the 42d CSM to instruct the JBLM Post-Partum physical training program

o consolidated, maintained stock of repair parts during movement from FOB Delta to COS Kalsu ALSU, ensured minimal down time for the maintenance section


Supply NCO

o helped TAC G4 office Primary Hand Receipt Holder inspect and laterally transfer crew-served weapons and ammunition to unit property book with zero deficiencies

o arranged for the safe transportation of crew-served weapons to Camp Phoenix for technical and acceptance inspection

o assisted Marine EOD specialists and ANA forces with forklift support for downloading and movement of HMMWV Mine Rollers

o volunteered to assist and train ANA on ground operations at Camp Blackhorse

o provided critical forklift support to the marines and ANA forces at Pol-E-Charki, Afghanistan

o coordinated crane support to load three TAC containers, two HMMWVs, and a trailer onto trucks for transportation to Gamberi Garrison

o used a fork lift to help move tri-wall boxes into our storage containers in preparation for the TAC's relocation to Gamberi Garrison


Property Book NCO

o received recognition from the 8th Army Commander and CSM for rewriting of the arms room standing operating procedures (92Y40G3)

o volunteered for 3 sucssesful deployments to Iraq ISO operations

o enabled the battalion's successful completion of its army training and evaluation programs and two major field exercises

o maintained careful oversight, had zero FLIPL's over the course of eight Change of Commands and two deployments

o produced greatly improved supply programs for the battalion

o selected to participate in honor guard activities

o his property book management was integral to lateral transfers that reduced inefficiency and the accountability of unit arms room equipment valued at more than $100,000









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