25X6O6C Battalion CSM
Serves as the Command Sergeant Major of an Expeditionary Signal Battalion responsible for the global deployment and operational readiness of tactical and strategic C4I platforms and services in support of FORSCOM objectives; principal enlisted advisor to the commander on all matters; responsible for the enforcement of established policies and standards; responsible for the welfare, discipline, training, personnel management, and professional development of 481 Soldiers; administers the Battalion's Noncommissioned Officer Development Program and mentorship of 1 SGM, 4 1SGs, and 18 SFCs; focuses on command climate, equal opportunity, and retention.
Operations Sergeant in an Infantry Battalion
Serves as the Operations Sergeant in an Infantry Battalion, comprised of 4 Infantry Companies, a Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), and a Combat Support Company (CSC) in 3 separate locations throughout the Pacific Command, with an assigned strength of 730 Soldiers; conducts operations and training on full spectrum operations; assists the Operations Sergeant Major in the planning, preparation, and execution of combat training missions; enforces tactical and Soldier discipline; supervises and assists the Battalion Schools, Training, and DTS NCOs; prepares the TOC for orders, drills, briefs, and rehearsals; receives and appropriately handles and distributes OPRORDs, FRAGOs, and Serious Incident Reports (SIRs); responsible for the accountability, maintenance and readiness of equipment in excess of $1.2 million; responsible for the health, welfare, training and operational readiness of 4 NCO's and 8 Soldiers in the section; performs duties as the Operations Sergeant Major in his absence.
Operations Sergeant 92A5O for BSB
Serves as a full time assistant to the S-3; drafts for approval training directive and operations orders and analysis of various training reports; procures, designs, produces and distributes to subordinate units a variety of training aids for the efficient operations and training of subordinate units; prepares routine correspondence and drafts replies on more complicated matter for approval; monitors, reviews, and analyzes all training and readiness reports from subordinate units; provides assistance and guidance in the preparation for and successful accomplishment of unit training.
Operations Sergeant, United States Central Command
Performs duties as Operations Sergeant, United States Central Command XXXX, XXXX, XXXX, responsible for assisting with planning, coordinating and directing security and Force Protection (FP) and Anti-Terrorism (AT) operations for Headquarters USCENTCOM and associated facilities worldwide. Provides recommendations and consultation for FP concerns and reactions to incidents in the CENTCOM Area of Operations (AOR). Provides implementation support and oversight to FP systems. Additionally provides supervision to associated elements in the JSO/Security/FP/AT arena when needed.
Operations NCO (Basic Combat Training (BCT)/74D3O
Operations NCO for an Initial Military Training company that trains more than 720 Soldiers annually; prepares training schedules; maintains and reports the daily status of up to 240 trainees; manages all daily company administrative matters to include legal matters; coordinates all taskings from higher headquarters; in and out processes up to 240 Soldiers for each ten week cycle; maintains Resident Individual Training Management System (RITMS) and Digital Training Management System (DTMS); schedules and manages make-up training to ensure trainees meet graduation requirements.
Ensures success of battalion operations by providing supervision, counseling, training, and mentor-ship to S3 junior enlisted; forecasts, inventories, and manages over 7 million dollars in ammunition for battalion size and lower training missions, force protection, and additional details; provides training and education to S3 officers, junior enlisted, and peers in areas of emphasis ranging from ammunition, infantry tactics, and TOC responsibilities.
Assistant Operations Sergeant
Serves as an Assistant Operations Sergeant assigned to an Infantry Battalion of a Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT); responsible for the health, welfare, morale, training, and development of 20 Soldiers and their families; conducts operations and training on counterinsurgency and full spectrum operations; assists the Operations Sergeant Major in the planning, preparation, and execution of combat training missions; enforces tactical and Soldier discipline; responsible for the accountability, readiness, and employment of two Stryker Command Variants with assigned weapons and equipment valued in excess of $4,000,000.
12B40 Assistant OPS NCO; Manuever Enhancement Brigade
Serves as the Engineer OPs cell NCOIC in the Protection OPs cell of the MEB HHC supporting 5 subordinate BNs. Supports the BDE Operations SGM by establishing Protection Cell portion of the BDE Main. Responsible for providing engineer elements with reliable order products, annexes and construction directives. Supervises the Geospatial cell and provides terrain analysis products to the BDE. Responsible for the readiness of four vehicles, two trailers, various office and communications equipment in excess value of $2 million; responsible for the morale, health, welfare and professional development of 3 NCOs and 3 Soldiers.
Serves as a the S-3 NCOIC in a Special Troops Battalion with an assigned strength of 658 Soldiers, 270 Department of the Army Civilians, and 179 Local National Employees; facilitates Military Decision Making Processes (MDMPs) for the command group and nine command directorates; writes and executes the equitable distribution of Operation Orders, Fragmentary Orders, and Warning Orders; coordinates and synchronizes logistical and administrative support among local agencies and authorities to facilitate doctrinally sound, realistic, and efficient training; manages and professionally develops four Staff Sergeants.
Develops and maintains all training records; monitors, schedules, and prepares training; assists Soldiers in personnel actions and schedules service school attendance; plans and executes unit mobilization plans; attends schools and conferences as required; operates DTMS and other training systems; maintains positive control of over $80,000 worth of equipment; responsible for coaching, teaching, mentoring and overall health and welfare of 3 US Soldiers and 1 Korean Augmentation to the US Army Soldier.
Advises the Commander, BN S3, and USAR Unit Adminstrator on all technical aspects of Basic Combat Training to include areas of maintenance, planning, support, and conduct and evaluates training programs for each MOS throughout the Battalion; acts as primary liason between BDE S3 to the BN to provide guidance from higher; supports IDT/AT activities, schedules ATRRS seats for OES and NCOES career development, provides recommendations for training, YTC, YTG, and SOPs.
Submitted by MSG Ysen
Serves as the Operations Sergeant for a Special Troops Battalion with an assigned strength of over 1,000 Soldiers, DA Civilians, and Local National Employees; responsible for the training readiness of two subordinate companies; manages Theater Specific Individual Readiness Training (TSIRT) for units deploying in support of overseas contingency operations; responsible for Battalion land and ammunition management, plans and executes AR 350-1 mandated training for the Battalion; responsible for equipment and facilities valued in excess of $1.4 million; supervises and mentors three NCOs.
Operations NCO (SPO)/94Z
Serves as the ARFORGEN Materiel Enterprise Cell and Materiel Readiness Branch NCOIC for the 21st Theater Sustainment Command, Support Operations; manages USAREUR's Left Behind Equipment (LBE) maintenance program; conducts site assessments and quality assurance visits; assists in managing USAREUR s equipment ARFORGEN cycle; oversees all Reset and LBE valued in excess of $1.2B; develops policy and procedures for the theaters maintenance program; responsible for the training, health, morale, and welfare of 42 Soldiers, NCOs, Officers, DA Civilians, and Local Nationals; accountable for installation property valued at $125K.
Responsible for tracking and scheduling training requirements for over ______ full-time AGR Soldiers assigned to Recruiting and Retention Battalion; maintains digital and hard copies of all training records for the Battalion; manages ATTRS and DTMS training systems; disseminates fragmentary and operation orders received from G3; develops subordinate unit tasking based on unit capabilities and assets; oversees and tracks battalion training requirements; provides monthly training and security clearance updates to the Battalion Commander.
Company Operations NCO
Serves as the _________ Company Operations NCO. Ensures that all communication and detailed information to operate the Company to success by mission accomplishment for 145 Soldiers. Effectively monitors, communicates and assists in enforcing mission critical production indicators, statistics, and solution plans.
Serves as Operation NCO for the _____ Battalion; ensures that all communication and detailed information to operate the battalion to success by mission accomplishment; assists the Senior Operations NCO monitoring production indicators and statistic; supervises administrative, morale and medical waivers processing. Analyzes regulatory guidance and prepares staff recommendations.
Operations NCOIC for an Intial Entry Training (IET) Company
Serves as Operations NCOIC for an Intial Entry Training (IET) Company Comprised of over 250 soldiers and 44 Cadre personal; prepares and processes class reports, awards, status reports and other administrative actions to the Battalion S1, S3 and Commander; responsible for student managment of In/Out Processing of over 2,000 soldiers annually, coordinating Request for Orders (RFO) with Student Personnel Managment, student records, student reclassification and unit administration; accountable for over $1,150,000 of computer equipment and administrative assets.
Camp Command Cell Operations NCO
Operations NCO in a deployed unit providing 24 hour operational coverage providing support to tenant units and transient Soldiers; conducts analysis and assessment of information, ensures reports that impact activities are completed, monitors all traffic, updates weather and road conditions, provides help desk coverage for other sections, maintains proper key/ammo control; serves as Battle Captain during force protection events, utilizes the WAVES computer to alert personnal, coordinates with security, EMS, PMO, and Air Force to respond and restore good order.
Assistant Operations Sergeant
Assistant Operations Sergeant in a Brigade Special Troops Battalion, comprised of BLANK companies and an assigned strength of BLANK Soldiers; assist and supervises the Battalion Schools, Training, and DTS NCOs; prepares the TOC for orders, drills, briefs, and rehearsals; receives and appropriately handles and distributes FRAGOs, Red Cross messages and Serious Incident Reports (SIRs); responsible for the accountability, maintenance and readiness of equipment in excess of $ Million; responsible for the health and welfare, training and welfare, training and operational readiness of BLANK NCOs and BLANK Soldiers; performs duties as the Operations Sergeant in his absence.
Battalion Operations Sergeant
Serves as the Battalion Operations Sergeant of a Brigade Special Troops Battalion supporting the Brigade Combat Team; responsible for providing tactical and technical guidance and professional support to subordinate units; makes recommendations to superiors in the accomplishment of their duties in support of mission accomplishment; responsible for the accountability, health, morale, training and development of seven NCOs, five Soldiers and the welfare of their Families within the battalion operations section; plans, coordinates and supervises activities pertaining to organization, training and combat operations.
Chemical Operations NCO MOS 74D2O
Chemical, Biological, Radiation and Nuclear (CBRN) NCO in support of 44 Soldier Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Company in direct support of Headquarters, United States Army Garrison, 3rd Infantry Division & Fort Stewart; provides training, advice, and supervision regarding proper use and procedures for all CBRN operations at company separate level; accountable for over $3,150,000 of CBRN equipment and administrative assets; responsible for the supervision, combat training, discipline, safety, health and welfare of 4 Soldiers.
92A402S Operations NCO; Sustainment higher HQ (ESC, RSG, ASG, Sustainment Brigade)
Review all incoming OPORD, WARNO, and Taskers for taskings to the command, and input into the OPORD and Admin Tasker matrices for
tracking; coordinate w/ higher HQ on current orders and status, and coordinate w/ Comand Group and staff for all staff suspenses . Write, review, and publish OPORD, WARNO, and FRAGO to downtrace units. Manage and coordinate current operations processes and procedures. Process RFI's to and from higher headquarters and downtrace.
Serves as the Flight Operations NCO of a deployed Combat Sustainment Support Battalion with an assigned strength of over 1,400 Soldiers in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom VI; coordinates flights critical to the movement of personnel and equipment throughout Iraq and Kuwait; inspects redeploying unit personal bags, equipment and shipping containers while performing duties as a Customs Border Clearance Agent; monitors all communication systems in a Tactical Operation Center and disseminates information critical to current operations, enemy intelligence and personnel accountability; assumes duties as the network control station in the event that brigade headquarters is compromised
Serves as a Plans/Operations NCOIC in a forward deployed Signal Company in an Expeditionary Signal Battalion (ESB) supporting 228th Signal Brigade, International Security Assistance Force, RC North and its subordinate commands; responsible for providing the company command team with reliable network operations, training and automations sections; manages, tracks, and oversees all administrative actions for 130 Soldiers; responsible for the readiness of five vehicles, two trailers, various office and communications equipment in excess value of $8 million; responsible for the morale, health, welfare and professional development of 12 NCOs and 17 Soldiers.
OPERATIONS NCO USAREC LEVEL
Assists the Senior Operations NCO to ensure all Regular Army and Army Reserve accessions
are in compliance with enlistment eligibility programs and policies of current Army Regulations;
provides technical guidance to Brigade Operations personnel in support of the daily accession
mission; coordinates processing procedures and requests exceptions to policy for enlistment
with HQDA, TRADOC, OCAR, USARC, and USAREC; interprets policy and provides procedural
guidance on REQUEST to _____ brigades, _____ battalion, and _____ MEPS.
SENIOR OPERATIONS NCO (BATTALION)
Supervises ____ NCOs; coordinates and implements plans and procedures for a Recruiting
Battalion in support of over _____ recruiters, _____ recruiting stations, and _____ recruiting
companies; records and reports recruiting force achievement and shortfalls to evaluate
organizational and individual recruiting performance; assists in overseeing the enlistment
processing of approximately _____ applicants per month; coordinates the processing of
enlistment waivers, special missions, recruiter awards, and ensures regulatory compliance in all
areas of concern.
Serves as Operation NCO for the _____ Battalion; ensures that all communication and detailed
information to operate the battalion to success by mission accomplishment; assists the Senior
Operations NCO monitoring production indicators and statistic; supervises administrative, moral
and medical waivers processing. Analyzes regulatory guidance and prepares staff recommendations.
AR OPERATIONS NCO
Serves as the Operations and management advisor for ____ First Sergeants, ____ USAR
Guidance Counselors, and over _____ Regular Army and Army Reserve recruiters; converts
complex information and instruction on current regulation eligibility and enlistment standards of
applicants processing for the United States Army Reserve s broad spectrum of training program
options, to include Reserve Officers Training Corps/Simultaneous Membership Program,
(ROTC/SMP), Army Civilian Acquired Skills Program (ACASP), and inter-service transfers.
Directly supervises staff assigned to the Battalion. Mentors and provides leadership, technical advice and administrative guidance and instructions regarding programs, objectives, policies, procedures, mission analysis, course of action, problem solving and coordination of administrative activities. Identifies training and development needs, establishes training plans, and provides formal and informal training as required. Initiates various requests for personnel actions such as promotions, reassignments, training, performance-based awards, disciplinary, etc. Approves sick and annual leave and use of compensatory time earned. Establishes performance standards and evaluates subordinates. Receives and attempts to resolve complaints and grievances on an informal basis; effects minor disciplinary measures such as warnings and reprimands; and recommends disciplinary actions in more serious cases. Promotes acceptance and adherence to the provision of programs such as Equal Employment Opportunity and similar special emphasis programs. Develops employee performance standards and prepares employee performance evaluations. Provides advice, counsel, and instructions on work and administrative matters. Develops or revises position descriptions as required. Interviews and selects candidates for vacant positions. Serves as the first level for resolution of disciplinary problems and grievances, referring group grievances or more serious complaints to the supervisor. Supervises the day to day activities of military and civilian employees. Plans and assigns non-routine work, sets priorities, and schedules the completion of special projects; cross assigns and levels workload based on priorities, existing projects, and selective consideration of the difficulty of assignments and capabilities of employees. Enforces timeliness, quality, procedural, policy, and regulatory requirements. Provides advice and counsel or instruction to employees.
Responsible for the command's Antiterrorism, Force Protection and Physical Security AT/FP/PS Programs. Provides program guidance and sets goals and objectives for the AT/FP of the Battalion. Monitors the status of projects and actions and adjusts the Battalion Commanders priorities and suspense accordingly. Review s the work for overall effectiveness, clarity and conciseness. Reviews and approves milestones for major inspections and audits from higher headquarters and inspections and staff assistance visits to Units. Monitors the Battalion Commanders training plan to ensure command and Companies are properly trained. Reviews and approves courseware for the Pre-command Course. Teaches the PCC in the absence of the Battalion Commander. Responsible for conducting information or decision briefs on AT/FP/PS functions or events up to the BDE Commander. Overall responsible for reviewing, revising, publishing and executing the Commander's Critical Information Requirements, Serious Incident Reports, the command All Hazard Plan and Continuity of Operations Plan. Provides pre and post-disaster updates to the chain of command as required. Reviews and approves for release to higher headquarters the Battalion Commanders recommended revisions to higher headquarters AT/FP and Physical Security policies and regulations. Provides oversight to the Companies funding lines provided by BDE to ensure command AT/FP/PS programs are fully funded and properly obligated.
Overall responsible for managing the command taskings, Requests for Information (RFI) and reclamas. Analyzes taskers and RFIs issued from higher headquarters and provides guidance to the Battalion S-3 on the development and publishing of the command taskers to the HQs staff, and battalion. Reviews the Tasking Tracker Database to ensure taskings are properly logged and tracked until completion. Reviews the reclamas written by the Companies or submitted by Battalion Staff and Companies for correct format, grammar, punctuation and Army writing style prior to approving release to the Battalion S-3 for approval. Forwards command reclamas to higher headquarters and maintains direct coordinates with higher headquarters staff until the reclama is approved or denied. Ensures final statuses of reclamas are recorded in the Tasker Tracker Database. Ensures the Battalion S-3 is prepared and rehearsed to brief the status of taskers during the BDE meetings, the BDE S3 teleconferences, the Chief of Staff meetings and Command and Staff meetings as required. Establishes Tasking SOPs and protocols and ensures the Branch Chief adheres to these standards. Provides MDMP and tasking training to assigned personnel, Directors and their staff to ensure consistency and adherence to tasking SOPs, protocols and procedures. Coordinates directly with primary staff directors or their deputies to clarify tasking, RFI or reclama requirements. Advises the S3 on short-suspense taskings or late taskings that have the propensity to bring controversy to the command, staff, brigades or battalions and provides a preferred course of action to execute.
Responsible for the selection, training and placement of the S3 LNO. Provides mentorship, leadership, training and guidance in the development of the S3 LNO as the LNO learns the Lines of Operations (LOO) for each of the command's primary staff, special staff, the missions of the battalion. Ensures the S3 LNO adheres to communication and coordination SOPs and protocols and does not operate outside of his/her scope of assigned tasks and duties. Reviews and approves all reports and briefings that the S3 LNO will brief or submit to higher headquarters. Monitors the work load of the S3 LNO and assigns additional tasks, duties or projects as required. Coordinates with the Battalion Commander, Current Operations at the higher headquarters to assess the performance of the S3 LNO. Reviews and approves the command's Key Events slide and revisions to the command's Long Range Calendar. Ensures the S3 LNO is rehearsed and prepared to brief slides, products, Key Events and LRC at higher headquarters and weekly meetings. Approves the S3 LNO for direct liaison with higher headquarters staff.
Overall responsible for the command's training and ceremonial ammunition management, SOPs, policies and regulations. Reviews, approves or denies all Company commander's fiscal year ammunition requests, shortage adjustments and un-forecasted ammunition requests. Coordinates with the brigade S3 or the Deputy Brigade Officer to resolve ammunition issues. Provides training, guidance, mentorship, leadership and direction to the S-3 to ensure ammunition goals and objectives are met and ammunition support to the Companies. Directs the Ammunition NCOs to query TAMIS for tailored ammunition reports in order to identify training or training ammunition deficiencies. Collates and prepares reports for the S-3 and BDE that address systemic ammunition issues and recommendations to correct deficiencies. Responsible for maintaining the command's ammunition utilization rate at 90% or higher with a goal of 95% or higher. Reviews the command's fiscal year ammunition requests and ammunition adjustments and approves release to the Ammunition Manager. Reviews and approves the Branch Chief's recommendations on fiscal year ammunition allocations. Responsible for the overall development, implementation and revision of TAMIS and command ammunition training conducted. Reviews and approves the Battalion Commander's Unit Status Report and Quarterly Training Review briefs prior to briefing to the S-3 and Commanding General, USACC and Commanding General, USAAC. Provides guidance to the S-3 on the development of the command's Annual Training Guidance; reviews and approves for release Commanders signature. Monitors the relevance to items posted to the G3 portal and submits recommendations to the S3 for revisions.
Provides leadership, guidance, training and mentorship in order to meet the Commanders intent in the execution of command level activities, ceremony and special events to include but not limited to change and assumption of command ceremonies; retirement ceremonies; organizational day; Continuity of Operation Plans (COOP); Provides the commander information and decision briefs for command-level events. Prepares and staffs Subcommittee Minutes for approval by Battalion Commander.