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Soldier Readiness Processing Center

o she updated and corrected SGLI/DD 93 cards for over 200 soldiers; aided immeasurably in the successful Soldier Readiness Processing of five units supporting Theater Support Group Detachment Alaska

o provided timely and effective logistical support; efforts were critical to the 103d ESC's ability to prepare for its war-time mission

o worked around the clock on MOB packets for the 820th Company for their upcoming deployment; delivered paper-ready troops

o developed an assessment plan and managed two Soldiers while assisting the 98TH ESB with establishing their Soldier Readiness Program (SRP)

o provided transportation to and from the airport and South Fort Hood training site, Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP), medical appointments and numerous training requirements for over 200 103d ESC Soldiers preparing for deployment

o issued clothing items and Organizational Clothing & Individual Equipment (OCIE) for all Soldiers; accomplished the 1006th Quartermasters Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP) mission despite manning cuts

o served as the Immunizations NCO for the Soldier Readiness Processing Center; exceeded medical requirements for deploying personnel

o maintained an inventory of over $500,000 worth of vaccines, medical equipment, and supplies; accurate forecasting ensured sufficient material support

o monitored vaccines continuously, maintained an accurate Temperature Sensitive Medical Products log; ensured proper storage and handling of vaccines




FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE AS THE ARMY RESERVE ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE 412TH CIVIL AFFAIRS BATTALION HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY DURING THE BATTALION'S SOLDIER READINESS PROCESSING EVENT FROM 15 JUNE TO 20 AUGUST 2019. STAFF SERGEANT ROBERT PAULSON'S ASTUTE ATTENTION TO DETAIL RESULTED 122 SOLDIERS BEING PROCESSED AND AN INCREASED MEDICAL READINESS FOR THE BATTALION. STAFF SERGEANT PAULSON'S ABILITY TO COORDINATE AND LIAISON WITH OUTSIDE UNITS AND MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS WAS A MAJOR FACTOR IN THE SUCCESS OF THE UNIT DURING THIS TIME. STAFF SERGEANT PAULSON'S ACTIONS BRING CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE 412TH CIVIL AFFAIRS BATTALION (AIRBORNE) AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.






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