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Vehicle Commander NCOER Examples

Stryker Vehicle Commander

o demonstrated technical proficiency and knowledge of ammo handling procedures, policies, and safety practices; maintained vital safety

o developed and implemented a Soldier SOP checklist for the Stryker Crews to follow before and after platoon movements

o subject matter expert on the M240B qualification standards; ensured qualification tables were conducted quickly, safely, and efficiently

o filled platoon NCO shortage; performed as Squad Leader and Vehicle Commander

o performed Vehicle Commander duties in an extremely capable and professional manner; set example for peers to emulate

o showed attention to detail throughout ranges while assisting in ammo handling; integrated seamlessly with operations

o navigated his vehicle through rough terrain; skilled actions prevented accidents and harm to himself, his crew or dismounts

o escorted over 2 million gallons of fuel over 20,000 miles

o acted as a seasoned Soldier; demonstrated proficiency, knowledge, leadership potential, initiative, and attention to detail

o conducted ammunition operations for the M4 rifle and M240 Bravo heavy machine gun ranges conducted by 3rd Platoon in support of Operation Spartan Shield

o ensured safe and efficient training of 19 Soldiers firing multiple weapon systems

o assisted the Platoon Sergeant by monitoring communications and battle tracking all information

o served as a Team Leader and Vehicle Commander for 3rd Platoon, Comanche Troop, 1/2 CR

o devoted his efforts to the professional development, safety, morale, welfare, and readiness of two Soldiers and one Stryker Infantry Carrier Variant

Sergeant Mixon served as a Vehicle Commander and gunner in 4th platoon, A company 1-17IN 5/2ID (SBCT) from XXXXXXX to XXXXXXX. During the 5/2ID unit rotation to the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California, he led the platoon in identifying insurgent threats. This led to all platoon missions being free of damage to vehicles or injury to personnel. In addition, he was instrumental in furthering the training of Rangers from 2nd battalion, 75th Ranger regiment. He also supported training on a variety of lesser tasks which ensured time could be spent on training instead of preparing for it. He devoted himself to learning about weapon systems, vehicles and tactics. Sergeant Mixon continually instructed members of the platoon on the Mark-19, communications equipment, and Infantry Carrier Vehicle Stryker operations. Further, He trained three back-up gunners/vehicle commanders for A-42 which prevented delays and faciliated seamless operations.

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