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o demonstrated expert technical skills and superior leadership to create a Realistic world training environment

o single-handedly developed and implemented the Company Air Assault PT Program, increasing the Company Air Assault percentage by 33%

o helped train and certify over 100 Soldiers in the Combat Life Savers coarse with a 100% pass rate

o selected as the NCO to lead 20 elite Soliders for a demanding role-playing exercise during JRTC rotation with outstanding results

o demonstrated leadership along with technical and tactical proficiancy while training the next class of 19D OSUT Calvary Scouts

o was 100% accountable for weapons and ammo

o was meticulous in ensuring every student understood and retained everything she taught with a 99% success rate

o trained 1,500+ soldiers in the aerial delivery course

o conducted drivers training

o OVERSAW THE SUCCESSFUL TRAINING OF THE FIELD ARTILLERY CAPTAIN'S CAREER COURSE, WARRANT OFFICER BASIC COURSE, AND WARRANT OFFICER ADVANCED COURSE

o ENHANCED THE ARMY'S ABILITY TO USE PRECISION FIRES SOFTWARE, WHICH MULTIPLIES THE ABILITIES OF COMMANDERS ON THE BATTLEFIELD

o facilitated first time go on all exams and recieved all go's on practical excercises for entire 74D10 MOS-t class

o served as role model and mentor to over 1,300 students attending the Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course yearly

o maintained a 92% academic average for Phase I and Small Group Leader

o dedicated himself on and off duty to accomplish the aerial delivery course mission

o her relentless efforts, attention to detail, and planning was ensured the successful completion of the CASCOM ultimate warrior event

o resourced, coordinated, and trained and certified 14 Soldiers in Ramadi on the Iraq theater BIP course; consummate trainer

o received, cataloged, sorted and stocked $20,000 worth of Annual Training supplies in 24 hours

o served as Lead Observer Controller/Trainer (OC/T)

o demonstrated initiative in procuring IED training equipment necessary to the success of the newly implemented Convoy Lanes Training

o his expertise in IEDs and their placement provided realism for over 1,100 Soldiers training for deployment in theatres of operation

o performed duties as Officer in Charge for the walk phase of convoy operations For Regional Training Center-Central

o his attention to detail in every aspect of the operation, from planning to implementation, led to the successful training of over 2,000 Soldiers with no injuries or incidents

o trained over 750 students in the areas of leadership, counseling, drill and ceremonies, land navigation and physical fitness in both garrison and field environments graduating 98% of her students

o recognized as the Lead OC/T for units deploying to Kosovo, Iraq, and Afghanistan

o trained over 1,000 soldiers in one year and ensured all training was accomplished to standard

o supervised six organic instructors, eight mobilized instructors, and 12 Subject Matter Experts

o as an Iraqi Special Warfare Center/School Advisor, he increased the standards for the Assessment and Selection Course which improved the quality of graduates

o increased the pass rate in the Commando Course (CDO) from 25% in CDO #39 to 80% in CDO #40 by adjusting course content to Soldier experience

o held the Close Quarters Combat (CQC) training to the highest standard using his tactical and technical experience

o kept adherence to safety guidelines paramount during all training conducted on Area IV, lowest injury rate in 3 years

o arranged and facilitated instruction for vehicle crews in driver/gunner responsibilies, fire commands, weapon familiarization and STORM calibration and boresighting procedures

o his attention to detail with all crew members will benefit all Alpha company Soldiers during Stryker Gunnery









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