Motor Sergeant/Motor Pool NCOER Bullets

Motor Pool NCO

o ensured efficient and economic use of supplies and materials to conserve shop resources such as ensuring soldiers and maintenance personnel turn in equipment for recalibration and salvaging parts from similar equipment that was beyond repair to reduce costs

o SFC Smith handled the complex task of serving as both the Motor Sergeant and Maintenance Control Sergeant on multiple occasions

o SFC Smith demonstrated expert management skills and technical superiority by seamlessly training Equipment and Repair Parts Specialists along with supervising the Field Maintenance mechanics

o supervised the completion of over 300 work orders while maintaining an overall 98% Operational Readiness Rate on over 500 pieces of equipment

o facilitated 38 scheduled services in only 11 days in preparation for duty, a company record

o responded to 12 vehicle breakdowns during Annual Training and repaired and restored all of them on-site including one engine replacement and one transmission replacement

o outstanding effort as vehicle control NCO; received an outstanding rating on no-notice inspections by the base vehicle officer for the third consecutive time

o won the 3rd Infantry Division AAME for the unit

o drafted and submitted a research analysis to TACOM on dicrepancies in MRAP technical manuals and logistical stock number errors within the class IX system

o single handedly produced a nonexistent shop stock supply listing for M-ATV and MAXXPRO parts, decreasing NMC time to less than a 24 hour time period

o scored a 290 on his APFT; earned the Army Physical Fitness Badge

o has the physical stamina and endurance to work 18 hour days in extreme climate conditions; motivated his Soldiers with direct hands on and mentorship

o created a work out program that enabled him to lose 30 pounds over one year

o through his insight and technical expertise enabled the unit to log 100 missions and 190,000 miles during the first quarter of deployment OEF 10-11

o in the absence of an established FOB fuel program, initiated a retail fuel package that pumped over 60,000 gallons of JP8 to Shindand customers and transient units

o created an efficient, professional and dynamic shop environment that Soldiers were proud of, sustained operations during OEF 10-11 for two units and five FSRs

o supervised the only Shindand fuel team to conduct refuel operations outside the wire; kept Special Forces units strategically in the fight

o revitalized a Communications Section by mentoring a junior Soldier to track and maintain critical equipment for Gun Trucks and line haul assets

o during OEF 10-11 instituted a training program that utilized FSRs to train Soldiers within the Battalion M-ATVs, MAXXPROs, CREW, BFT, and SAMS-1E systems

o managed class IX expenditures of $1 million per quarter of critical parts for newly fielded MRAPs: maintained strict accountability of turn-ins under exchange pricing

o assisted with the turn-in of 15 tons of unallocated equipment during the Divisional Marne Sweep

o as Government Purchase Card holder, researched and procured critical items; his insight immediately increased the quality of life during OEF 10-11

91B30 Senior Mechanic

o aided the company in maintaining an equipment readiness rating of 98.8% for five consecutive months; maintained activities eight points above the DA standard

o enforced strict adherence to OSHA and environmental regulations; efforts resulted in a safety conscience Soldiers and a globally harmonized work environment

o aggressively managed shop activities completing 32 scheduled services with limited manning, funds or equipment during the holiday seasons and high op-tempo taskings

Motor Pool NCO

o met and exceeded his responsibility to ensure unit won the AAME award

o excelled with 97% and above on COMET inspections; FSC unit readiness for vehicles and equipment are 99%

o trained Soldiers and NCOs to build a sustained and successful scheduled maintenance program

o executed motor pool operations for multiple units, kept all assigned assets operational and ready

o kept all 11 HMMWVs, 6 ASVs, 6 LMTVs, and 1 HEMTT wrecker mission-capable despite the lowest maintenance budget in 20 years

o oversaw daily production control and all logistical operations in the TASMG Motor Pool in addition to her normal duties

o met all mission requirements, keeping all vehicles operational, with no support from Fort McCoy, using only the minimum parts that could be carried in their contact truck

o maintained battle readiness for over 100 up-armored vehicles for the quick reactionary force

o provided higher headquarters with detailed weekly reports on the status and disposition of every item of equipment assigned to the TASMG Motor Pool

o executed motor pool operations for multiple units successfully completing 190 work orders

o ran motor pool operations and maintenance for multiple units and maintained the AMSS reporting to above 90%

o demonstrated expert management skills and technical superiority which afforded the CSH to achieve the highest level of mission readiness

o dispatched contact teams to repair multiple vehicles on a daily basis; successfully recovered 188 mission-essential vehicles

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