68Q Pharmacy Specialist NCOER Inputs

Soldier in pharmacy using tablet counting and dispensing machine

Pharmacy Ambulatory NCOIC (68Q)

o created a climate of dignity and respect that fully supported the Commander's SHARP and EO programs

o integrated the Army Values and Warrior Ethos into the unit's operations; always gave credit to the team for successes

o set high physical standards for the department; developed a rigorous PT plan that increased the overall scores by 20 points

o engaged with the staff on a continuous basis to ensure operational workflow was functioning; resulted in 50% reduced wait times

o exuded unwavering confidence and resilience at all times during times of minimal staff and lack of senior leadership

o demonstrated superior mental agility during times of high OPTEMPO; remained decisive and mission focused at all times

o organized and led multiple EO observances for CRDAMC; emphasized the importance of the program to all junior enlisted SM

o developed an on-call roster for the Pharmacy for TSMP items; prevented zero loss of cold chain medication during his tenure

o trained and mentored 12 junior Soldiers within the section; encouraged 2 Soldiers to compete for EFMB and Air Assault

o led a Department of over 150 GS employees and Soldiers to meet the demands of a beneficiary population of over 110K

o selected above his peers as the Troop Command EOL; ensured 100% training compliance for over 500 Soldiers

o managed the Department's DTMS training; enabled the senior leadership to accurately report and record mandatory training

o accounted for over 900 line items of property worth in excess of $5.5 million for Pharmacy; ensured zero loss of equipment

o led the company commander's remedial PRT session; resulted in 10 Soldiers passing the APFT and removed from the program

o completed the Key Control policy process; reduced errors to zero which led to the overall success of the Regional OIP

Pharmacy Specialist

o developed and implemented a RMW and pharmaceutical disposal program for the brigade

o conducted pharmacy inspections of six maneuver battalion aid stations ensuring they were in compliance with Army MEDLOG regulations

o completed 15 credit hours of college courses towards a bachelor degree in Psychology

o exceptionally skilled in her field; used her deployment experience to prepare the incoming Pharmacy NCO for deployment operations

o maintained the Army Physical Fitness Badge of Excellence by scoring 300 points on the APFT

o motivated and disciplined NCO who constantly led by example for subordinates, peers and seniors to emulate

o hand selected by the command team to serve as rear detachment NCOIC; displayed unparalleled devotion to her Soldiers' needs

o exceeded the commands' expectation while serving as rear detachment NCOIC; a position traditionally held by a senior NCO or Junior Officer

o provided medical coverage for multiple training events and supported one clinic with minimal personnel

o revitalized the company driver training program; trained over 70 Soldiers on proper driving techniques

o developed and presented a class to 21 personnel within the brigade on the proper handling, storage, and turn-in of pharmaceuticals

o ensured that seven Soldiers received all FORCSOM mandated training and coordinated Individual Readiness Training for five Soldiers in support of OEF XI

o maintained and accounted for the rear detachment primary hand receipt valued in excess of over $200,000 without loss

o coordinated the successful movement of $500,000 worth of company assets to JRTC Rotation 10-03 while serving as the UMO

o encouraged her Soldiers to enroll in military and civilian courses; instilling the need for professional growth

o selected by BN CSM to serve as Team Leader on the Battalion Personal Security Detachment

o provided assistance during an emergency blood drive screening program, typing and cross-matching for over 100 potential blood donors

o served as Team Leader during five Convoy Logistical Patrols on one of the most dangerous MSR in the Regional Command East Area of Operation

o demonstrates a willingness to complete his task on time and in a quality manner

o directly attributed to the success of the BN PSD during JRTC Rotation 10-03, resulted in a seamless transition for the base defense operation in support of OEF XI

o trained Soldiers on TTPs and counter IED operations for the deployment

o created new training opportunities for his Soldiers by implementing training which coincided with mission support

o promoted safety during all training events; resulted in zero safety accidents

o maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment valued over $1,000,000 with no losses

o received recognition from the CJTF-82 Pharmacist for her tireless efforts to aggressively manage controlled substances

o sought out by providers and medics because of her pharmaceutical expertise and experience

o supported JRTC Rotation 10-03; ensured six provider credentials were documented to facilitate a speedy prescription processing

o displayed proper military bearing at all times; demanded the same from her Soldiers

o possessed the mental stamina to work effectively in stressful situations

o stepped up as the BMSO NCOIC during the JRTC Rotation 10-03; processed over 290 Class VIII receipts valued in excess of $50,000

o coached and mentored one Soldier for the Soldier of the Quarter Competition

o developed a tracking mechanism and ensured pharmaceutical manuals were available to enable the battalions to properly account for narcotics while deployed

o provided relevant training to 12 medics on pharmacy operations resulting in the competent coverage of the Level II Aid Station's pharmacies

o maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment without loss

o enforced strict safety measures during JRTC deployment and redeployment resulted in zero incidents

o devoted appropriate attention to all responsibilities

o selected to train over 25 Soldiers in Army Warrior Training tasks helping to greatly increasing overall tactical proficiency and unit readiness

o hand selected by First Sergeant over 14 NCOs to augment a forward deployed training team in support of a joint combined arms training center

o while working outside primary MOS, expertly supervised and controlled eight Soldiers in entry control point operations

o selected over five NCOs to perform duties as the Company Operations NCO; resulting in a smoothly ran orderly room in support of 78 Soldiers

o continually set the example for his Soldiers through his actions, demeanor, and tireless work ethic

o trained 15 Soldiers of the Afghanistan National Army in combat medicine and combat lifesaver train the trainer courses

o scheduled and coordinated numerous M4 and M9 ranges resulting in over 60 personnel being trained and qualified on their primary weapon system

o shared knowledge and experience with incoming personnel to enhance their tactical and technical skills in preparation for combat operations in OEF XI

o helped to coordinate and supervised 10 projects to improve overall security and standard of living on a battalion level forward operating base

o served as truck commander for five successful combat logistic patrols

o mentored members of his squad to properly adjust and operate successfully while dealing with high risk combat operations; resulting in zero safety accidents

o conducted staff assistance visits to two forward operating bases throughout RC-East; ensured the proper medication handling in compliance with CJTF-### policies

o mentored Soldiers assigned to her section to actively enroll in military and civilian courses while deployed

o assisted in the planning and successful movement of the BMSO to JRTC Rotation 10-03 and OEF XI

o scored a 252 on last APFT

o displayed the courage, candor, and commitment to be physically and mentally prepared for peacetime and combat missions

o enthusiastic and motivated NCO; always maintains a positive attitude

o instructed 21 Soldiers on the proper handling, storage, and turn-in of pharmaceuticals

o assisted with patient treatment and conducted successful radiological images of over 30 real world patients during Battalion deployment at JRTC

o made strong decisions based on guidelines and experience

o demonstrated excellent preparation to accomplish tasks and missions

o took genuine pride in her appearance to while remaining professional

o used common sense and good judgment to tackle problems

o profile does not hinder duty performance

o flawlessly performed the duties of platoon sergeant in his absence

o mentored and coached a Soldier to compete for Soldier of the Month board

o demonstrated a personal concern for Soldiers assigned to her squad

o planned, organized and performed realistic Sergeant's Time Training which increased over 40 Soldiers capacity to perform individual and collective tasks

o shared knowledge and experience to enhance mission success

o maintained a work environment that stimulates team growth

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