MOS 68V Respiratory Specialist

o saw an increase of 200% in respiratory care cases in the ICU/ICW as well as a 60% increase in pulmonary functions test during deployment

o assisted in setting up and re-validation of the Squadron Aid Station

o performed duties above his pay grade by taking on the role of team leader during annual training July 2013

o instructed numerous formal Combat Lifesaver Courses with better than 90% pass rate for Squadron

o aided in the triage and treatment of 40 cadets and evacuation of 7 patients to higher level care during ROTC Land Nav course

o conducted impromptu medical trauma training during ranges; improved readiness

o his eagerness to learn the position motivated his team members during annual training

o assisted Platoon Line Medic, tracked 100 troopers improving their medical readiness

o aided in Reverse SRP and help ensure the medical readiness and tracking of medical readiness of 500 troopers coming back from deployment

o tracked the readiness of over 300 troopers preparing to deploy

o treated more than 120 patients during sick call operation

o maintained 100% accountability for 8 Singars, 2 classified SKLs, and 5 Daggers

o took on role of track vehicle commander, maintained his vehicle above the standard, mission-ready at all times

o provided medical coverage for the Reserve Officer Training Corps Land Navigation Course


o served as base point of contact for pharmacy, procuring items valued at more than $500,000 annually

o researched over 200 new item requests using the Universal Data Respiratory database, the defense medical logistics standard supply system, and various prime vendors, ensuring best value determination

o managed the Medical Material Quality Assurance Program

o reviewed over 1,000 food and drug administration suppy recalls and took aggressive action on materiel recalls and alerts ensuring zero product and patient mishaps

o distinguished himself as a Modern Army Combatives Assistant Instructor

o completed the Mount Mauna Kea march and reached the summit during training at Pohakuloa Training Area

o her dedication to the Army Combatives Program has facilitated a 100% graduation rate in the two level-1 combatives courses and one level-2 combatives course

o took initiative and assumed responsibility for 2nd platoon's commo

o served with competence and confidence during this mass casualty simulation; ensured exceptional care for all patients

o planned, prepared, executed and recovered from two major training objectives which exercised the BCT's Tactical Operations Center

o taught numerous medical/first-aid classes for C-TROOP 3-4 CAV

o his expertise, attention to detail, leadership, and training abilities were critical to the unit's success and positioned it for successful follow-on missions

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