CBRN Specialist

o inspected equipment and ensured it was to standard for turn-in and turned it in in a timely manner; supported the unit in the rapid removal of excess inventory

o requested by 20th CBRN Command to support exercise Liberty Shield as an interpreter/translator; increased interoperability of allied ROK and US CBRN Commands

o provided comprehensive training and guidance to participating squads, ensuring they were well prepared and equipped to navigate complex CBRN challenges

o designed challenging and realistic CBRN scenarios that effectively tested participants' skills in a controlled and safe environment

o oversaw the distribution and maintenance of all of HHC's CBRN equipment; served as the subject matter expert in all things CBRN related to over 200 soldiers

o provided training for Battalion on how to operate CBRN equipment in regards to UDR-13 and JCAD

o completed five DCRF missions while assigned to the company; mitigated damage to equipment and personnel

o supported four DCRF missions; facilitated recovery operations in a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) environment

o aided in the maintenance of all assigned equipment; reduced inop and awaiting parts jobs by 90%

o volunteered to be Convoy Commander for 33 Soldiers; ensured effective logistical planning and safe travel during the return to the Foward Operating Base

o supervised and participated in Decon Operations; his experience and knowledge of CBRN Operations were essential to the Platoon's validation during ECT

o developed and published the first CBRN SOP for 4th FMSU; eliminated redundant procedures and improved readiness

o led construction of training pavilion which increased work rest cycle impact and boosted CBRN contingency training by 30%

CBRN Staff NCO (Brigade)

o superior adaptability and performance resulted in her creating a HIMARS pre execution checklist adopted by 82nd ABN Division for use during JOAX 13-02.

o selected over three seasoned 13F40s to perform as FFA HQ Battle NCO as part of the 82nd ABN Division GRF.

o demanded realistic training and certification from Battalion CBRN Teams; affirmed by DIV CBRN Sergeant Major as the best CBRN-trained brigade in the Division.

o developed the Division standardized training plan to train top CBRN Soldiers to compete in the Best CBRN Warrior Competition.

o efficiently coordinated and supervised the transfer of $506,000 worth of training JSLIST from XVIII Corps to subordinate battalions.

Hazardous Response Platoon (HRP)

o developed and implemented a new training program for HRP platoon battle drills resulting in the platoon's successful execution of squad and crew certification

o his experience and knowledge were key to the rapid transformation of a decontamination platoon into a highly effective HRP Team

o executed more than 15 training events in various levels of PPE and extreme weather conditions with no injuries

o developed a platoon training program that ensured all members of HRP were capable of conducting sterile sampling techniques of chemical and biological agents

o took the initiative to combine training experiences and school opportunities to develop a comprehensive sampling SOP for the new CBRN HRP concept

o selected above all CBRN participants to demonstrate sample techniques at_____ to the ______ Army Chief of Staff and _______ Commanding General

Chemical Warfare NCO

o performed over 200 convoy missions without incident--protected entire bn while ensuring readiness.

o maintained perfect accountability of over $400K worth of vehicles and chemical equipment with zero findings at turnover.

o maintained 100% accountability of the Company's CBRN equipment valued at a $1,000,000 on the property book


o helped dispose of over 100 4.2 inch mortar rounds; reduced collateral risk

o selected by CARA to be the sole operator of the cascade air system despite having CARA personnel on site

o volunteered to be readily available to perform at any time; motivation and resilience demonstrated his character

o serviced all CBRN equipment regularly through himself or TMDE; ensured all CBRN equipment was 100% combat capable at all times

o inspected and maintained CBRN equipment; enabled Bravo Battery to respond to CBRN threats and protect the force

o conducted the first Chemical chlorobenzalmalononitrile range in 5 years with 26 participants, instilled confidence in protective gear

o set up static display of the Fox M93A1 Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Reconnaissance System (NBCRS) as training aid, enhanced understanding

o led the Battalion through its first JRTC rotation in preparation for deployment in support of OIF

o ordered equipment to assemble 30 Individual Chemical Equipment packs for rapid deployments teams; ready for extended deployment

o completed over thirty ground support equipment (GSE) missions in support of Task Force Troy

o coordinated the transfer of M40 protective masks for MP Battalion pre-deployment training; increased deployment readiness

o arranged logistic support to deliver equipment and outfit down range participants during Austere Challange 2012

o supervised and trained personnel to conduct Protective Assessment Tests

o demonstrated and taught 15 Soldiers to Decon over 25 M1 Abrams Battle Tanks during Squadron-level gunnery range

o conducted four NBC chambers and a Command Inspection Program (CIP) for 2 Companies that made the Battalion 100% compliant with annual and FORSCOM training requirements and deployable

BIDS Operator

o his efforts during the 2nd Chemical Battalion Best CBRNE competition won a first place overall victory for the 13th Chemical Company and qualified the team to represent 2nd Chemical Battalion at this year's Regimental Best CBRNE competition

o took initiative to review and supervise preventive maintenance inspections on the unit's protective equipment and produced a report listing equipment fit for service, ensured the unit was 100% prepared for any contingency

o established the flight respiratory protection program; implemented monthly operational checks to ensure operability

o reallocated over $10,000 worth of EM equipment; attention to detail yielded increased response efficiency

HAZMAT Technician

o served as a TC and Assistant Convoy Commander for over 150 armed escort missions of the Rhino bus

o volunteered as PSD for MNC-I General Officers traveling to the International Zone and other MND Baghdad AOO areas

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