Mechanic NCOER Bullets

o developed a ground maintenance SOP; proved to be invaluable during a Command Maintenance Evaluation Inspection (COMET) and was adopted by the Battalion

o scored a 97% average on the COMET inspection and 100% in the Primary Weapons & Equipment category; exceeded standards in his area of responsibility

o dedicated himself to the unit's maintenance posture; accurately plannned for and executed unit services and PMCS schedules IAW published SOP and training schedules

o found and fixed an undiagnosed powerplant fault; returned vital aircraft to a Fully Mission Capable status

o devoted countless hours to ensuring that his assigned vehicle systems were in top condition and at 10/20 standard; best readiness rate in 5 years

o coordinated a multi-service project; resulted in the successful relocation of a large area maintenance shelter (LAMS-A) from Yakima Training Center to Joint Base Lewis-McChord

o planned for and provided unit services; delivered an operational readiness rate of 96% for a 13 month period and a packet submission for the Army Award for Maintenance Excellence (AAME)

o completed 31 out of 39 ground vehicles and 13 trailer services; outperformed his peers by 60% and sustained the Bn's 96% readiness rate

o identified and repaired multiple dead lining faults during scheduled service; kept the service section on track and the Battalion's Overall Readiness rate at 97%

o cross-trained in several MOSs in the motor pool to include 91C, 91J, and 91D; gained experience that made him an indispensable member of the maintenance platoon

o recovered eleven vehicles as a member of the M88 Recovery Team during the battalion exeval; restored 9 vehicles to service and returned them to the fight

o mentored over 20 Soldiers in the areas of maintenance practices and professional development; fostered an organizational culture of teamwork and made maximum use of the diverse talents of all team members

o identified and repaired a class III coolant leak on an LMTV, HHD-17, with limited tools and parts while in the field; prevented vehicle from being deadlined and ensured it returned to home station

o provided diagnostic guidance and information over the phone; vital to the success of Operation Beyond the Horizon in Guatemala

o completed 98 annual services in two weeks; elevated the unit's Fully Mission Capable (FMC) rate from 70 percent to 88 percent

o analyzed maintenance trends and adjusted bench stock; reduced unnecessary costs, reduced delays and improved parts availability by 70%

o supervised PMCS procedures during early draw of equipment; streamlined the equipment turn-in process and saved hundreds of dollars and man hours in repairs

o worked long hours to prepare for annual training; his preemptive actions and readiness for any challenge ensured readiness when movement orders were received

o positioned mechanics and equipment to support the mission; allowed Commanders of three companies to utilize their equipment to full capacity for training

o instructed Romanian Army soldiers on the proper ways to work on vehicles and document maintenance; taught them accepted techniques which reduced turn around time by 50%

o repaired equipment that was damaged during AT; restored mission and contributed to the first successful purified water production in an austere environment in battalion history

o completed 33 critical bi-annual services on HMMWVs, LMTVs, LHS, HEMTT Fueler systems; reduced vehicle failures to zero for six consecutive months

o contributed to the repair of over 113 shortcomings and deadline faults found on vehicles assigned to the unit; exceeded Bn maintenance goals by 40%

o performed quality assurance and quality control inspections on HMMWVs, LMTVs, LHS, and HEMTT Fueler systems; achieved a high readiness rating for 20th EN Battalion DCRF mission

o worked with Production Control and provided insight and recommendations regarding maintenance plans; foresight prevented operational delays due to maintenance

o repaired 45 Mobile Burner Units, five generator sets, and two forklifts; reduced reliance on sister units during deployment

o troubleshot and repaired mission-essential Ground Support Equipment during intense scheduled training and workloads; first ever accomplishment!

o partnered with other sections to optimize limited resources; overcame manning shortfalls and parts deficiency to meet goals

o logged over 200 working hours within a month's time frame; improved maintenance readiness by 10%

o provided clear guidance to new soldiers; prevented damage to aircraft and test equipment and facilitated rapid section qualification

o seized the initiative to complete the 40-hour, 120-hour, and a phase maintenance action; provided unprecedented maintenance support for C Co. 3/126 AVN

o prepared M1151 up-armored Humvees for Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC); expanded unit's flexibility and defensive capability

o performed field maintenance during other crews' iterations; facilitated maximum throughput for all crews assigned to that convoy protection platform

o tracked over 1,000 pieces of equipment during fielding; ensured subordinate, adjacent, and higher units always maintained accurate depiction of readiness


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