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o conducted one CTC rotation to NTC to validate unit combat readiness and provided invaluable insight, and tactical and technical expertise to the complex mission set

o led reconnaissance teams on several missions into enemy territory by ground and air to locate and identify high-value, non-mission capable equipment requiring retrograding

o ensured the safe transport of more than 80,000 dollars worth of sensitive equipment into theater

o scheduled and managed over 110 ATRRS applications; directly increased the MOSQ, ASI and NCOES levels under a sourced posture

o provided mission analysis, Course of Action (COA) development, mission planning, and implementation of Bn assets

o instrumental in the development of the headquarters TOC SOP; set the baseline for successful operations tracking within a combat arms unit

o coordinated, planned, executed, and held final release authority for all new deployments in support of combat missions

o implemented methodical and disciplined approach to all suspense items and actions; increased productivity by 25%

o instructed High Altitude Mountainous Environmental Training at Fort Carson Colorado for the aviators in the company

o aided immeasurably in the successful recovery of a downed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle operating out of Kandahar Airfield

o located downed UAV and salvaged Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) equipment; prevented enemy interception or capture

o guided team across AOR and assisted with vehicle movement operations; identified key facilities during civil reconnaissance missions

o trained Jordanian forces and her fellow Soldiers in CBRN operations while a part of the Reconnaissance and Surveillance platoon

o assisted 6/9 Cavalry's reconnaissance operations and bolstered their ability to identify the enemy, retain freedom of maneuver, and identify and react to chemical attacks

o demonstrated competence when she gave a JCAD class during Sergeants Time Training

o played a vital role in maintaining team communications and connectivity with Special Operations Command South (SOCSO)

o configured, tested, and repaired the Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2) JCR systems; enabled and sustained critical tracking

o participated in the Estonian Defense League's Pitka Reconnaissance Challenge, a competition over 90 miles of rough terrain; finished in only three and a half days

o acted as Liaison Officer to the Combined Joint Operations Center, where he issued 55 ISR Summaries which were disseminated throughout the theater



FOR EXCEPTIONALLY MERITORIOUS SERVICE AS AN ADVANCE FORCE RECONN SERGEANT WHILE PARTICIPATING IN OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM IN AFGHANISTAN. DURING THIS PERIOD, SERGEANT FIRST CLASS NETTIPOT DISPLAYED THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PROFESSIONALISM, SOUND JUDGMENT, AND TECHNICAL AND TACTICAL COMPETENCE DURING EXTREMELY SENSITIVE RECONNAISSANCE MISSIONS. HIS EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMANCE COMBINED WITH HIS UNTIRING PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE WERE MAJOR FACTORS IN HIS TEAM'S ABILITY TO ACCOMPLISH THEIR MISSION. THROUGH HIS DISTINCTIVE ACCOMPLISHMENTS, SERGEANT FIRST CLASS NETTIPOT REFLECTED GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THIS COMMAND, AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.





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