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94E Radio and Communications Security (COMSEC) Repairer
Force Protection NCO
As the Force Protection NCO, he responded to stand-up notifications within 60 minutes and ensured all Soldier were prepared and ready to go.
He developed a Soldier Database which tracked every administrative aspect of Soldier readiness.
He submitted accurate RAMS reports weekly and thereby justified and obtained priority support.
He attended unit Anti-Terrorism Working Group meetings and helped develop baseline anti-terrorism actions for Joint Base Balad and the unit.
As a member of the Camp Arifjan's Quick reactionary force, he conducted over 50 force protection patrols which ensured the security and safety of Camp Arifjan
As the shop supervisor, oversaw the headset system and returned over 1,000 headsets to the army supply system.
He helped supervise the Force Protection Team, Squad Leaders and Sergeant of the Guard in managing the QRF Team on the night shift.
He salvaged and repaired SINGARS components from the Amnesty yard and recovered millions of dollars worth of equipment, thus saving the Army replacement costs.
He stepped up and served as an MRAP Truck Commander for internal and external perimeter patrols, as well as Brushback missions in and around Victory Base Complex (VBC).
He ensured convoy vehicles VIC systems were repaired allowing the vehicles to meet SP times.
He also served as a unit UPL and ensured accurate UPL testing.
As unit RESET NCOIC, streamlined and improved RESET plans for the company's equipment.
He stood watch as Security Guard in four assigned perimeter wall towers around VBC.
Signal Support Systems Specialist
Installed all tactical fiber cables from the JNN to the brigade TOC multiplying available bandwidth and providing parallell comm channels
Provided communication support to the foward support company during five critical exercises
Supported entire Battalion and attachments during COMSEC change over
Repaired over 50 radios throughout the Battlion and maintained effective communications for the unit to ensure they maintained mission readiness
Radio Detection System Repairer
While serving at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan PFC Mystique distinguished herself by serving as the COMSEC Radio Repair Technician for the Electronic Maintenance Shop. She was responsible for keeping a daily status of all training radar availability and the coordination of organizational and direct supports maintenance radio repairs. Her continuous training, care, maintenance and accountability of equipment ensured constant and repetitious communication capabilities throughout the battlefield.
94F Special Electronic Devices Repairer
Special Electronics Repairer
SGT Smith was commended by the ADVON NCOIC for his diligent efforts as forward support for the 1073rd Support Maintenance Company. SGT Smith worked three 14-hour days to construct twelve barracks and work tents. Because of his relentless efforts, the entire 1073rd SMC was able to set up and provide maintenance and administration support on Range 35 from the very first day. SGT Smith supervised six workers over ten days, working outside of his MOS and above his paygrade. During this time he also supervised the dining hall and ensured that all of the tables, utensils and dining facility were sanitized before and after each meal. SGT Smith also ensured that the personal field sanitation stations across Range 35 were maintained above military standards. Sergeant Smith's performance reflects great credit upon himself, the 1073rd Support Maintenance Company and the United States Army.
Computer Detection System Repairer
SPC Hatcher's skills and knowledge in his MOS 94F were essential to the success and support of the only maintenance company in the Pacific. He expedited numerous equipment that was down and returned it to 10/20 standard, with little or no supervision. Under his tenure at 536th SMC, he completed over xxx MWR's, repaired, serviced, and purged xxx NVG's, repaired xxx M88 Chemical Detectors, and inspected xxx thermal detectors.
Special Electronic Device Repairer
SPC Wolverine's devotion to duty and superior knowledge of the many facets of the electronic maintenance field led to the repairing of over 600 hundred Night Vision Devices and Thermal Scopes during OEF XIII. By doing so, he guaranteed all supporting line units were always mission ready and had all necessary equipment to complete the mission or task at hand. His dedication to duty not only resulted in the development of high standards for equipment maintenance, but also inspired all those with whom he worked.
94M Radar Repairer
o solely responsible for keeping a daily status of all training radar availability and the coordination of organizational and direct supports maintenance repairs
o conceptualized and implemented new radar maintenance program which increased training capability through streamlined fault reporting and equipment accountability
Successfully accounted for over two million dollars of Radar and generator parts
Performed PMCS, routine maintenance, and repairs ensuring all assigned radars were operational for training
Provided over 1000 hours of instructional hours completing all requirements for Instructor Level through the USAOMEMS Instructor Development Program
Logged over 1200 hours of platform instruction during a period of nine months, and was able to attain two instructor certification levels in less than eleven months
94W Electronic Maintenance Chief
-chosen by Branch Chief to analyze and validate the MNET MFCS maintenance task and integrate it within the 94F course, which will impact future of the MOS
Electronic Maintenance Chief
- created an original maintenance SOP which outlined all required maintenance procedures, personal responsibilities, part reconciliation and safety measures
- distinguished himself as an exceptional manager while serving as the Support Operations Maintenance NCO. He trained subordinate maintenance activity managers and emphasized the importance of maintenance management standards. The effectiveness of his methods are proven by a 70% reduction in maintenance backlog for subordinate activities and a consistent operational readiness rate of over 90% for 40 subordinate units.