Jumpmaster NCOER Bullets

o coached junior NCOs and Officers prior to attending Jumpmaster school; resulted in ten new Jumpmasters for the BN

o acted as liaison to the Air Force Pararescuemen in support of their annual tandem jump Master course

o inspected aircraft before every jump; identified uncovered vent, secured; prevented in-flight emergency

o oversaw Air Force PJ training with C-130 aircraft; completed without a single safety incident or injury to Soldiers or Air Force members

o graduated Advanced Airborne School; became one of only four qualified Jumpmaster Signal officers in the Brigade

o coordinated garrison support for specialized C-130 training; obtained more than 20 Soldiers to assist; delivered relevant real-world training

o briefed aircraft crew on jump requirements; increased integration of effort and improved jump accuracy by 25%

o orchestrated Operation Toy Drop for Civil Affairs and Psyops Command (Airborne); essential to the success of Operation Toy Drop XIX

o manifested participants, created certificates, and presented 1,300 foreign jump wing badges; recognized foreign jumpmasters

o accomplished 35 static line jumps from CH-47 platform; increased experience and ability to integrate with special ops team

o served as Joint Airdrop Inspector; coordinated three joint and multinational exercises; delivered three heavy platforms, six Container Delivery System bundles and 430 personnel

o oversaw joint training with Navy and Air Force personnel; maintained 73 Rigger and 47 Jumpmaster currencies

o supervised the safe operational conduct of over 388 high risk parachute descents

o successfully completed the U.S. Army Jumpmaster School MTT at Ft. Benning, GA; supported the unit's airborne mission

o scrubbed the Company's Jump Log; corrected discrepancies and addressed overlooked training deficiencies

o helped with Jump Master Personnel Inspection (JMPI) and served as Malfunctions NCO after conducting MFF jump during the annual training jump

o performed MC-6 covert jump operations, completing over 100 MC-6 parachute jumps; become the first unit to qualify with the MC-6

o led paratrooper operations in austere combat locations in support of the Internatinal Security Assistance Force operations

o managed maintenance procedures and quality checks on 2,600 parachute systems; sustained a mission ready status

o enabled 10 EOD platoons to conduct 1,234 paradrops, 226 HRST/Cast operations and 12 CRRC parachute water insertions with zero mishaps

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