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As the command's Motorcycle Safety officer, he established the command's motorcycle mentorship program, providing and coordinating monthly meetings and command training events. He tracked 56 active duty and reserve motorcyclists, ensured they earned and maintained all qualifications, and improved attainment from 40% to 98% in only 5 months. His diligent efforts ultimately led to the lowest motorcycle accident rate in command history.

SSG Loving instructed six motorcycle safety courses to meet the intermediate and refresher training requirements set forth by Joint Base Langley-Eustis. He trained 45 Soldiers, Airmen, and civilian riders on safe riding techniques that improved their accident avoidance skills. His dedicated commitment to their riding skills development reduced motorcycle accidents from nine during fiscal year 2018 to zero in FY 2019.

As the command Motorcycle Safety NCO, he was the key to motorcycle safety. His leadership and management abilities were showcased during the 5 command mentorships, covering over 1,300 accident-free miles while improving morale and enhancing motorcycle safety and training.

Master Sergeant Auble led a robust motorcycle safety program resulting in zero motorcycle-related incidents during his tenure.

As the unit's motorcycle safety NCO, he managed the initial and updated status of all assigned motorcycle riders, which resulted in no motorcycle accidents during his tour, no loss of manpower, no compromise of mission, and no outlays for medical expenses.

As master training specialist and motorcycle safety advocate, he mentored, trained, and boarded detachment staff, safety specialists in motorcycle training, and stood up, tracked and qualified 7 new riders in the Army's motorcycle training program.

She assisted the Post Safety Officer in the installation-wide inplementation of motorcycle safety training and was responsible for all documentation requirements for all motorcycle riders on post.

As the assistant motorcycle safety coordinator, Sergeant Joe maintained meticulous records to ensure 100% tracking of all motorcycle riders. In addition, he single-handedly established a dynamic motorcycle safety program for his unit that received praise during every major inspection.

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