Competence NCOER Bullet Examples

Ninety percent of success is related to attitude rather than competency.
—Unknown


o processed over 300 school requests that contributed to the battalion's ability to properly fill 100% of it's allocated Additional Skill Identifier (ASI) positions

o selected over four Senior NCOs to serve as a Platoon Sergeant for a platoon comprised primarily of Senior NCOs and BN Staff officers

o completed six credit hours towards her bachelors degree with a 3.0 GPA; graduated Battle Staff Non Commissioned Officers Course with a 91% course average

o maintained an operational readiness rate of 97% for over 300 pieces of ground support equipment valued over $60,000,000

o utilized personal asset and equipment to assist in the JMRC rotation; his knowledge and experience was vital to prepare, execute, and recover for the 14-08 Saber Junction

o managed 2 NCOs and 8 Soldiers to complete 1,520 work orders and accumulated over 11,160 man hours; organizational skills assisted in well maintained fleet

o provided transportation for over 10 Airborne operations within the 5th SFG(A); enhanced Soldiers ability to maintain Airborne proficiency

o flew more than ____ combat hours during day, ___ hours during night, ___ hours using night vision goggles during this rating period

o received Air Medal award during this rating period for outstanding performance

o constantly sought self improvement; always willing to grow, learn and improve while accomplishing additional tasks in his assigned duty position

o selected over 30 other NCOs in the Battery to be BN Battle NCO; was responsible for ensuring that all Kuwaiti assests maintained continual air defense coverage

o conducted Preliminary Marksmanship Instruction which resulted in all crew members firing sharpshooter on their assigned weapon

o his vigorous study hall sessions resulted in all crew members receiving 95% on Table IV testing

o recognized by battallion as one of the best Vehicle Crew Evaluators for his tactical expertise during 10 ranges across the Division

o processed 35 transfer and reclass packets

o helped develop the transportation platoon TTPs for IEDs, RPGs, SAF and complex ambushes during JRTC Rotation 10-03 resulting in increased combat readiness

o assisted in the designing and planning of the expansion of FOB Salerno theater FARP and AHA; improved aircraft versatility and ammuntion storage capacity by 20%

o implemented and strictly enforced a fuel pilferage deterent system resulting in only 3% fuel losses from host nation fuel delivery contractors

o awarded the designation of Demonstrated Logistician and completed the Additional Duty Safety Course

o received numerous accolades from the Commanding General, USARAK Chief of Staff and Command Sergeant Major for his assistance in the Holiday reception

o selected over peers to be cross-trained for the next Motor Sergeant position

o always displayed a high degree of technical knowledge of maintenance

o his dedication led to the succesful redeployment of the battalion back to Ft Carson.

o received the Medical Order of Military Merit from the Surgeon General for sustained superior performance

o wrote Directed Energy Warfare training pamphlet displaying excellent staff skills

o maintained SIDPERS rating of 100% for past 12 months

o received a rating of best supply operations during second and fourth quarters FY94

o wrote and implemented NCODP SOP which is now USAMA model program

o coordinated the safe movement of over 6,000 passengers with the Deployment Center and Base Ops

o all his areas inspected during last battalion command inspection were rated best in battalion

o selected over more senior noncommissioned officers to fill CW2 position

o commended for developing a Suicide Prevention Program that was adopted throughout the command

o manages a Brigade Retention program which is a Master Sergeant position

o advised a multi-agency foreign material exploitation team, received national intel community accolades

o highest score ever achieved in Drill Competition in his first 4 weeks as Drill Sergeant

o helped establish a unit notification program which was adapted by the TRADOC PERMAS Team

o proposed, developed, and documented the revision of the CMF 76 SGM authorizations

o developed 11B/13B BNCOC FTX-STX that became the model for all Noncommissioned Officer Academies

o managed complex five-day FTX, normally a field grade officer duty; increased capabilities with zero injuries

o selected as Battalion Master Dragon Gunner for two consecutive quarters

o awarded Bronze Badge of Excellence in CG's marksmanship competition

o recognized by 23rd TAACOM CG for best concurrent training during Aerial Gunnery Exercise

o professional competence responsible for two battalions winning Quarterly Excellence Award for personnel

o achieved three honor platoon awards during rating period

o authored the NeuSchwabish Community Physical Security Plan

o selected as assistant platoon sergeant over 11 other NCOs

o alerted, assembled, and deployed the company to support Operation Just Endeavor during Commander's absence

o received AAM from BN Commander for solving 12 related larcenies of government property

o General Patton highly commended his TOC operation during the recent I Corps BCTP exercise

o selected to represent the 3rd Ranger Training Battalion in the Best Ranger Competition

o awarded AAM by DC for outstanding administration of unit's NCO-ER program

o chosen over six other team chiefs to support critical real world mission in Ethiopia

o created the design and set-up the 5th SFG(A) contingency Joint Operations Center (JOC); recognized by the Group Commander for outstanding model display

o trained three NCOs for a demanding NCO Validation consisting of 25 individual 10 to 40 level skill task; resulted in 100% section completion of validation assessment

o involved in the development for concepts of support, which integrated group s logistical capabilities, subsequently increasing unit efficiency by 20%

o always in focus and is superbly well organized; never without direction

o her consistent performance has been invaluable to daily operations of the company

o two time Brigade NCO of the Quarter

o knowledgeable NCO who demonstrated the ability to manage numerous tasks simultaneously

o technically and tactically proficient

o knowledge, skills and abilities equal to or greater than peers and superiors

o competence and ability unequaled; stands out among his peers

o possesses the ability to make sound decisions with precision and accuracy

o accepted all obstacles as challenges; accepts nothing less than total success

o received the Brigade Disciplinary Award twice for unit excellence

o received commendable rating as 1SG in all areas during the Battalion Command Inspection

o selected from among 80 other NCOs as National Defense Transportation Association NCO of the Year

o highly skilled in planning, coordinating required equipment and personnel and conducting aircraft maintenance

o his attention to detail and invaluable experience played a vital role in the successful deployment of his team for OIF

o his vast experience and competence led to his selection over 10 other NCOs as an Advanced Cardiac Life Support instructor

o extremely competent; performed all duties above expected standards and expectations

o received commendable ratings during all Brigade Command Inspections

o commended by the Battalion Commander for his flawless execution of Physical Training

o conducted an air insertion mission and cleared an entire village to prevent insurgents from conducting future operations in the Battalion AO



A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.
— John C. Maxwell


o demonstrated tactical competence and in-depth knowledge of the OSUT POI; set the standard in organizing, resourcing, and executing training events during his first cycle

o provided essential knowledge and experience during OEF 09-10

o scored 93 on latest SQT

o scored a perfect score of 1000 points on Tank Table VIII as Tank Commander

o selected above peers for difficult missions

o selected above peers to act as 1SG

o selected ahead of peers to attend PLDC

o selected as assistant platoon sergeant over 11 other NCOs

o selected as Battalion Master Dragon Gunner for two consecutive quarters

o selected as Distinguished Honor Graduate for BNCOC, Fort Sill, Oklahoma

o selected as Guidance Counselor of the Year for CY02

o selected as Platoon Sergeant; a Sergeant First Class position

o selected by scuba Team to train 1st Group Pre-scuba course

o selected for a special mission at Battalion level over 5 other crewchiefs

o selected for evaluation and verification of technical manuals at contractor level

o selected for induction into the Sergeant Morales Club

o selected for outstanding Public Service Award for 2000

o selected for promotion to Sergeant First Class from the secondary zone

o selected from among 80 other NCOs as National Defense Transportation Association NCO of the Year

o selected from among peers to become the Army's first C-20 flight engineer

o selected out of all CMF 67/68 NCOs Army-wide to be the IFLS demonstrator for an international conference

o selected over 22 SFCs to be the Senior Instructor of Jumpmaster Branch

o selected over more senior noncommissioned officers to fill CW2 position

o selected over peers to perform in SSG position

o selected to compete at DA level in the Phillip A. Connelly Competition for small dining facility.

o selected to perform duties as Platoon Sergeant; obtained excellent results

o selected to represent the 3rd Ranger Training Battalion in the Best Ranger Competition

o selected to train the Royal Saudi Air Defense Force during Desert Storm

o self-motivated; committed to excellence

o self-starter; displays a high degree of initiative

o served as the senior medical advisor in support of tactical convoy operations and close quarters combat live fire ranges during OIF 2

o set the standard within the Brigade for Range certification

o sought self-improvement through correspondence courses

o sought self-improvement through correspondence courses while deployed during OIF II

o spearheaded renovations for over twenty B-HUT's with limited time and resources to accommodate living area shortages for brigade personnel in OEF

o spent many hours of self-study to better enhance job skills

o successfully completed 24 semester hours while maintaining a 3.4 GPA

o successfully established and managed Class IV supplies needed to accomplish repair operations in the BDE LSA foot print at Bagram Air

o supervised the processing of 1,000 military police reports with zero errors

o surpassed the Brigade's retention goals by 110%

o tactfully managed problems of leading a task force of over 300 US and Thai soldiers

o task oriented and detail minded; completes assignments to the fullest while staying focused to make

o technical and tactical expertise led to his assignment as the NCOIC of the company-level Quality Control section

o technically and tactically proficient

o technically and tactically proficient Master Gunner; supervised over 200 ranges and qualifications across the brigade

o technically competent NCO; best I've known in my 15 years of service

o total competence in the areas of security and theater specific requirements

o two time Brigade NCO of the Quarter

o unafraid of making decisions despite personal risk

o unique and comprehensive computer skills

o Unparalleled ability to multitask and achieve outstanding results

o used initiative and aptitude to tackle and complete complex missions

o very resourceful and innovative NCO

o Vital asset in the platoon for being knowledgable and persistent

o volunteered for platoon sergeant position and was accepted over several more senior NCOs

o was first to identify AACS as breeding ground for Aedas Aldopictus Mosquito

o won five gold and two silver medals at the division level culinary arts competition

o won highly competitive role model award from Federally Employed Women, Adelphi Chapter

o won Recruiter of the Year FY01

o won Soldier of the Year, Ft Lewis, Washington

o won the daily Barracks and Maintenance Inspections Award

o won the Fort Sheridan land navigation course competition

o won Third Region Soldier of the Year Competition

o wrote and implemented NCODP SOP which is now USAMA model program

o wrote Directed Energy Warfare training pamphlet displaying excellent staff skills

o wrote the GrantHeard Dictionary, an invaluable reference used in ROTC BNs across the country



Redeployment Problems

o makes continuous attempts to assist other Soldiers with pre-deployment training but unable to express himself due to nervous condition

o complies with all training requirements but progress after return from deployment is slow; recommend counseling

o dedicated himself to the well-being of the Soldiers but is neglecting his own health to the point that the misison is threatened

o exemplifies the total Soldier but increasingly fails to show patience for training since redeployment

o performance has declined since redeployment; all efforts appear to require more effort with lessened results

o showed rare aptitude for operations planning but unable to work with peers or participate in group planning; recommend counseling

o first rate vehicle maintainer; turn-around time still good but half of what it was before Afghan rotation

o his techniques and procedures contributed to unit success during both stateside and overseas missions but family life has deteriorated and SGT is often late for work

o displays alternately a keen motivation and a distrust and unwillingness to follow orders; recommend medical evaluation



We need more bullets that demonstrate NCOs' inability to adapt or readjust after returning from deployment. NCOs with PTSD are being hurt when they send NCOERs to the Medical Board which fail to document the symptoms of PTSD or how their performance was affected.



Needs Improvement

o struggles with following up with tasks given to him by his first line leader

o was unable to qualify in key tasks and limited the readiness of the entire team

o failed to report on time for company movement to annual training

o fully capable of accomplishing simple tasks with proper supervision and coaching

o is committed to the unit and accomplishing tasks, but lacks the drive to utilize his knowledge and experience to be successful

o requires supervision; lacked ability to be an independent problem solver in order to accomplish the mission

o did not learn from previous mistakes; inefficient in his inability to perform duties as a Staff Sergeant

o fully capable of accomplishing simple tasks with proper supervision and coaching

o Soldier under-performed during rating period, resulting in mission failure

o accomplished 66.6% of assigned mission; enlisting 12 soldiers against a mission of 18 soldiers

o is committed to the unit and accomplishing tasks, but lacks the drive to utilize her knowledge and experience to be successful

o failed to meet requirements necessary to maintain his MOS

o is committed to the unit and accomplishing tasks, but lacks the knowledge and experience to be successful at this time

o disregarded his better judgment by negotiating an impassable mountain road resulting in damage to the non-tactical vehicle

o showed poor judgment when he attempted to navigate river bed with a non-tactical vehicle; damged undercarriage, inoperable

o took the wrong platoon's truck and failed to dispatch another truck, in addition to missing SP by forty minutes while assigned as a convoy commander

o wasted valuable training time taking over four hours to process sixteen Soldier's APFT results

o required substantial assistance from multiple people completing routine administrative tasks such as an NCOER, memorandum, and awards

o unable to multitask in a high OPTEMPO area, due to lack of knowledge of her additional duty which is Company Training NCOIC

o decertified as a Howitzer Chief of Section for his flagrant violation of directions by allowing his non-certified Gunner to fire a live round during Battery Certifications

o failed to assume duties and responsibilities as senior NCO in the absence of the NCOIC

o struggles with following up with tasks given to him by his first line leader

o was unable to qualify in key tasks and limited the readiness of the entire team

o performed admirably in most duties but needs to concentrate on...

o failure to use TM is a frequent problem and risks equipment and personnel


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