MOS 21D, Diver NCOER Bullets

MOS 21D Diver

o signed for and inventoried all new Over Water equipment including 204 LISA suits, 175 LPU-40 floatation Collars, 88 SEA LVII egress bottles, and a Mobile Refill Station

o rebuilt, inspected, and placed into service over 40% of all new Over Water equipment within 45 Days of receipt

o served as diver at the Locks and Dam 52 and 53 Replacement Project; provided daily reports on construction progress

o certified the safe condition of work performed and overall structural integrity of the Olmsted dam

o completed 11 MK-16 test dives and 7 decompression dives in the Ocean Simulation Facility to certify new equipment for fielding

o assisted with training of over 1,000 special forces personnel at the U.S. Army Underwater Swim School in Key West, ensuring realistic but safe qualification training

o supported the Olmstead Dam Project and the Loisville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

o led 6 soldiers to establish an efficient company command post which efficiently tracked the training and construction project metrics for the entire Task Force

o established work/rest schedule and dive bill to maintain round-the-clock progress

o maintained qualification/certification of a NAVSEA certified diving system

o aided test of the MK-16 Re-breather Modernization protocol; streamlined early adoption by special forces

o trained new peeps in local diving operations and conditions, marine mammal systems and EOD

o participated in Deep Submergence Unit's Submarine Rescue Chamber class; prepared for emergency ops in support of joint goals

o assisted every element across the Task Force in establishing their respective reporting and recording procedures, prevented delays

o key member of the Olmstead DAM team; provided critical service at both the project site and in contract development

o completed 12 MK-16 test dives and 12 profile decompression dives in the Ocean Simulation Facility (OSF) to complete certification

o ensured adoption of significant life support equipment improvements required for special forces' continued success in the GWOT

o supervised 30 dives in covert operational environments during inclement weather; 100% success

o maintained the morale, welfare and development of 8 Soldiers despite deployment

o ensured the proper maintenance of one Buffalo, one Husky with generation II GPR, and two Mine Resistant Armored Protected vehicles

o served as tender, knife switch operator and standby diver for 86th Engineer Dive Detachment

o managed and maintained 100% accountability of over $1,000,000 worth of company Construction equipment

o trained multiple diver candidates with the successful addition of three divers to support the gulf mine clearance mission

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