12N Platoon Sergeant
Serves as a Platoon Sergeant responsible for 25 Soldiers in a headquarters platoon; supervises the platoon, plans TOC setup and operations in coordination with Senior leadership; assigns NCOs to organize fob defense and TOC operations; responsible for all aspects of training; conducts Virtual Battle Assembly; enforces proper accountability of $5,000,000 worth of equipment.
91X4O Platoon Sergeant
Serves as Platoon Sergeant for 5th Platoon in A BTRY 1-158 Field Artillery; responsible for discipline, accountability and development of 7 Soldiers and 7 NCOs; supervises personnel readiness, maintenance of $60 million worth of equipment; enforces technical and tactical training standards for unit mission accomplishments; advises the Maintenance Control Officer and S-4 on matters of maintenance and material readiness; enforces safety and environmental protection procedures and security for all maintenance equipment and supplies during mobilization.
Serves as a Platoon Sergeant responsible for 35 Soldiers in an M777A2 howitzer battery in direct support of the 1-25th SBCT. Supervises the firing platoon, maintains firing capability, and organizes platoon defense; responsible for all aspects of training; ensures safe practices are observed to include proper firing commands, safe firing data, proper ammunition distribution, handling, and storage; enforces proper accountability of $10,000,000 worth of equipment and supervises the overall maintenance of nine wheeled vehicles, three M777A2 howitzers, and associated equipment.
Manages the training, health and welfare of personnel and their families during deployments; teaches, coaches and mentors junior managers to be successful in management, training and physical fitness; advises the First Sergeant on planning and execution of all training and operational readiness; advises the Command Sergeant Major on planning and execution of operations during deployment; manages 6 million dollars worth of equipment during deployment operations and in garrison; helps personnel to perform to standard while complying with safety constraints.
Tank Platoon Sergeant
Serves as a Tank Platoon Sergeant in an Armor Company as part of the First Armor Brigade Combat Team in the First Infantry Division; senior advisor to all gunnery related tasks as Company Master Gunner; responsible for maintenance and accountability of all platoon equipment including four M1A2 SEP V2 tanks valued in excess of 22 million dollars; maintains the highest military standard, develops and enforces discipline; ensures the good health, welfare, and morale of eight Soldiers, six NCO's, and their families; provides leadership, guidance, and counseling for all personnel, and provides mentorship for his Platoon Leader; acts as the First Sergeant in his absence.
Serve as the principal advisor to the first Sergeant and Commander; responsible for the health and welfare of 11 NCOs, 12 Soldiers and 8 DA civilians responsible for the health, welfare, morale, discipline and performance; responsible for personal and professional counseling, comply with standard operating procedures, inspections and physical fitness; trains, supervises and performs duties as a parachute rigger of life support equipment for the U.S. Army Airborne School, Jumpmaster, Pathfinder School, Ranger Training Brigade (RTB), Warrior Training Center (WTC).
Platoon Sergeant 92W40
Serves as a Platoon Sergeant in a Brigade Support Battalion; Alpha Company, 126th BSB, 79th Troop Command; responsible for the discipline, accountability and development of 17 Soldiers and 5 NCOs; supervises personnel readiness, maintenance, and utilization of five Fuel trucks; two Load Handling Systems (LHS); and two Tank and Pump Unit (TPU), one Light Water Purification System (LWPS); one Tactical Water Purification System (TWPS); 11 HIPPO's with trailers, weapons and additional equipment valued in excess over $12,000,000; enforces technical and tactical training standards for unit mission accomplishments.
CBRN Recon Platoon Sergeant
Serves as the CBRN Reconnaissance Platoon Sergeant OIC in a headquarters company; responsible for the accountability, welfare, physical fitness, administrative actions and counseling s of 5 Soldiers; provides leadership, mentorship and training to all in the platoon; responsible for the maintenance, serviceability and accountability of equipment valued at over $600,000; assists and advises the Platoon Leader in all platoon matters including training plans; assisted and reinforced the First Sergeant in all matters; maintained the platoon's combat readiness.
Platoon Sergeant, Main Command Post(MCP) 25W4O
Serves as Main Command Post (MCP) Platoon Sergeant, in a Corps level Signal Company, that supports a three star Command Headquarters; responsible for the health, welfare, training, readiness and professional development of 14 Soldiers and four Noncommissioned Officers (NCO); supervises the training, installation, operation and maintenance of two Joint Network Node (JNN) systems consisting of a AN/TTC-59 shelter, two High Capacity Line of Sight (HCLOS) shelters, two Satellite Transportable Terminals(STT), 10 support vehicles, various support equipment, and six generators valued in excess over $15 million.
Platoon Sergeant for Maintenance 91X40
Serves as the 2nd Maintenance Plt in the 231st BSB B. Co. Responsible to plan, supervise and direct unit maintenance of all orgainic equipment. Advises staff and commander on matters of maintenance and material readiness; Enforces safety/environmental protection procedures and security for all maintenance equipment and supplies while conducting training, especially power tools and petroleum oils and lubrications; Confirms environmental protection program compliance, including spill prevention and contingency plans, through consultation with HG Execution or Environmental Officer; Performs administrative duties.
Platoon Sergeant for a 45 man Stryker equipped Infantry platoon consisting of three rifle squads, a weapons squad, and four Stryker vehicles capable of deploying anywhere in the world within 96 hours; responsible for the training and tactical employment of the platoon in full spectrum operations with a focus on MOUT, limited visibility and precision operations; responsible for the combat readiness, physical fitness, health, welfare, morale, conduct and force protection of the platoon and the well being of their families; responsible for the maintenance and accountability of equipment valued in excess of $8 Million.
Serves as a Platoon Sergeant in a Forward Support Company (Distribution);1-6th Infantry Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 1st Armor Division; responsible for the discipline, accountability and development of 36 Soldiers and 17 NCOs; supervises personnel readiness, maintenance, and utilization of 12 Fuel trucks; five Load Handling Systems (LHS); four Palletize Load Systems (PLS); three Light Meduim Tactical Vehicles (LMTV) and one Tank and Pump Unit (TPU), weapons and additional equipment valued in excess over $16,000,000; enforces technical and tactical training standards for unit mission accomplishments.
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Serves as the Company Master Gunner in a rapid deployable combined arms battalion within the 1st Cavalry Division; responsible for the technical gunnery training of 14 M2A3 BFV crews; responsible for the coordination, scheduling, and management of weapon qualification training and all associated ranges and munitions; inspects and troubleshoots the BFV turret fire control system and maintenance procedures; assist in managing the Company crew rosters; serves as an advisor to the Company Commander concerning all gunnery related events
Military Police Platoon Sergeant
Leads Military Police Platoons, large detachments, and sections; supervises and performs duties as Provost Sergeant and MP Operations NCO, prepares circulation or traffic control plans and operations orders in support of both battlefield and installation law and order operations and security of resources and installations, supervises 42 Soldiers and is responsible for 1.5 million dollars of equipment.
Serves as a Platoon Sergeant in an M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle Equipped Mechanized Infantry Battalion; responsible for the health, welfare, counseling, and training of 32 Soldiers and the professional development of 6 Non-Commissioned Officers; supervises the maintenance and the accountability of two M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicles, sensitive items and MTOE equipment valued in excess of 10 million dollars.
Headquarters Platoon Sergeant
Serves as the Headquarters Platoon Sergeant in a non-divisional direct support maintenance company forward deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom; responsible for the accountability, welfare, physical fitness, administrative actions and counselings of 52 Soldiers; provides leadership, mentorship and training to all Soldiers in the platoon; responsible for the maintenance, serviceability and accountability of equipment valued at over $2,500,000; assists and advises the Platoon Leader in all platoon matters including training plans; assisted and reinforced the First Sergeant in all matters; maintained the platoon's combat readiness in support of OEF.
Medical Platoon Sergeant for an Armored Calvary Squadron
Responsible for the training, discipline, safety, morale, and welfare of 30 Soldiers and the professional development of 6 NCO's; responsible for the medical sustainment of combat operations as well as the health care of more than 800 Soldiers; responsible for maintaining accountability and serviceability of equipment and class VIII supplies valued in excess of $1,000,000, eight M113 ambulances, two M577's, one M1097 and one M1078 valued in excess of $900,000; provides instructions in all common and medical skills and ensures strict adherence of safety during training.
MOS 11B Platoon Sergeant
Responsible for the morale, health, and training of a 39 man Rifle Platoon; responsible for the maintenance, accountability, and effective utilization of all platoon-assigned weapons, night observation devices, communications equipment, and individual equipment worth over $500,000; counsels, disciplines, and develops soldiers and NCOs into competent leaders; maintains the highest state of combat readiness regardless of conditions and personnel changes.