88M Motor Transport Operator NCOER Bullets

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Vehicle Driver

o took charge of key log, dispatch, and training; improved daily operations and reduced delays by 30%

o assumed duties as convoy commander; sustained operations and safety record during manning crisis

o outstanding addition to the 396th Composite Truck Company; understands all vehicles and one of the most reliable operators; multiplied section capability

o tracked and maintained PMCSs up to date, prevented unit vehicles failure

o completed the 40 hour HET NET training making him a valuable asset to the upcoming company mission in Iraq

o sucessfully tested and licensed his team on the 5-ton and hummvv

o licensed for 25 tons and below, primary vehicles are M1070 Super HET and M911 HET

o conducted Common Tasks Training

o ensured range Safety; walked the line making sure safety protocol is followed, cleared weapons malfunctions, and helped shooters with their technique

o mentored three junior personnel on activation and mobilization processing

o delivered over $10,000,000 worth of class VII cargo for deploying units safely to the shipping port

o managed ammunition point for the battalion M2 range, efficiency recognized by battalion CSM

o trained three junior personnel in various aspects of mobilization preparation and processing which multiplied section effectiveness by reaching goal 3 weeks ahead of schedule

o helped conduct over 100 successful missions while deployed in support of Operation NEW DAWN


Master Driver

o instructed a mandatory 40 hour drivers course to over 120 Soldiers for the batallion with a 100 percent go rating

o selected over four Senior Noncommissioned Officers to become the Batallion Master Driver

o best Master Driver instructor in company

o trained over 50 Soldiers on the M-915 tractor/M-871 trailer in preparation for Southwest Asia deployment

o selected over 12 other NCOs for assignment as Company Master Driver

o developed, implemented a driver/operator training and qualification tracking system, decreasing site qual time by 50%


Battalion Master Driver

o selected as NCOIC for Battalion Drivers Training Program; made improvements for overall training success

o monitored and motivated six Company Level Master Drivers to accomplish all missions

o performed leadership duties in a decisive and positive manner with exceptional results

o met challenges head on; displayed courage, conviction and professionalism daily

o revised and implemented the 40 hour block training program with 100 percent success throughout the Battalion

o trained 50 Soldiers and 26 Noncommissioned Officers; increased Battalion operational readiness of drivers/operators by 75 percent

o ensured readiness training and weapons qualification for the platoon was 100% complete


Heavy Vehicle Driver

o dedicated himself to the care and maintenance of assigned vehicles; efforts were vital to the success of Guardian company and the completion of multiple missions

o drove 3,500 incident-free miles on Fort Polk; maintainined Company's unprecedented safety record

o aided leadership in Mountain Peak training and assisted in dispensing 1500 gallons of diesel fuel to multiple units within the battalion; key to mission operations

o moved 7 palletized mine rollers from the 2-137 motor pool to the stone ramp with the M1120A4 LHS; accomplished with minimum resources

o completed a high risk movement of mine rollers on time with a minimum of equipment; no damage to equipment or personnel

o turned in more than $1,000,000 of excess property within the Battalion's footprint during Task Force Harvest; reclaimed company fiscal resources

o helped to maintain the safety for over 28 Civilian's and six German Soldier's during the Battalion four day range week that resulted in zero safety issues or concerns

o assisted in the movement of 32 ISU 90s in direct support of Operation Atlantic Resolve, his efforts resulted in the Battalion's successful mission

o educated and updated officers and enlisted personnel on OSHA and Safety regulations per SOP

o served as Heavy Equipment Transport Driver and Instructor

o licensed 25 tons and below, gross average combination weight 235,000 pounds, primary vehicles M1070 Super HET and M911 HET

o conducted Common Tasks Training

o trained and qualified 20 Soldiers on the M1070 Tractor/M1000 Trailor

o served as a truck commander on more than 30 combat logistics patrols, escorting over 800 military and Local National vehicles without incident while supporting Forces throughout RC East

o conducted a Heavy Equipment Transport Class for all in-country units

o served as Range Safety, walked the line making sure safety protocol was followed, dealt with weapons malfunctions, and helped shooters with their technique


Transportation Operator

o assisted in emergency recovery of the M984 HEMTT wrecker and the M1089 FMTV wrecker in unsecured province

o key participant in the location and recovery of stolen M998 HMMWV

o SOLDIER RAISED GT FROM 87 TO 115

o task oriented and detail minded; completes assignments to the fullest while staying focused to make sound and thoughtful decisions

o her ability to maintain the fine line between care and discipline is what sets him apart as a mature and effective NCO

o demonstrated through action and example a genuine concern for the safety and welfare of her Soldiers

o identified and fixed problems with truck preparation

o task oriented and detail minded; completes assignments to the fullest while staying focused to make sound and thoughtful decisions

o developed a diverse physical training program increasing the APFT average of a few Soldiers in the Special Population program

o coordinated maintenace support to ensure all vehicles were maintained and fully mission capable

o arranged weekly inspections to ensure equipment was being properly maintained, and that no fraud, waste, or abuse of government equipment was occurring

o close management of inventory maintained 100% accountability, reduced incidental losses

o helped conduct over 100 successful missions while deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom

o deployed and redeployed one Battalion to the Joint Readiness Training Center

o deployed the Foxtrot Co 3rd Brigade 2nd Battalion once to Operation Enduring Freedom

o deployed to Afghanistan in support of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM

o was selected over four same ranking SGTs to take command of her company while the CO and 1st Sgt were deployed to JRTC

o shows organizing and coordinating skills

o her ability to take charge of a task and maintain focus is well above average

o named Squad Leader and charged with the responsibility of 13 Soldiers


Driver/Gunner

o qualified expert on assigned weapon and the M240B

o facilitated movement of Company from JSS Maysan Province to COS Garry Owen to improve unit's quality of life and safety

o earned best M998 of the Quarter award in entire Battalion for three consecutive quarters



Operations NCO

o utilized composite risk management in all aspects of his duties as the Unit license examiner; foresight prevented obstacles to training

o oversaw 14 days of drivers training exercises during 356th Annual Training; vigilance resulted in zero accidents

o maintained mission functional equipment to sustain proficiency and unit readiness; supported the safe training of 29 Soldiers

o handled all radio communications during QRF operations outside the wire; ensured all trucks and A Troop staff had situational awareness

o worked long selfless hours to ensure that the operations center always had an NCO on duty

o arranged logistical support for over 60 successful convoy operations

o coordinated maintenace support to ensure all vehicles were maintained and fully mission capable

o managed the dispatch office ensuring superior quality customer service to all personnel utilizing vehicles

o arranged weekly inspections to ensure equipment was being properly maintained, and that no fraud, waste, or abuse of government equipment was occurring

o close management of inventory maintained 100% accountability, reduced incidental losses and reduced annual budget requirement by 10%

o enforced adherence to established maintenance safegards, revised schedule methodology to increase vehicle availability

o expanded service to joint service personnel with no increase in equipment or personnel or decrease in service

o sound management of schedule and maintenance reduced vehicle failures and increased vehicle availability doubling mission capability in 6 months


Section Sergeant

o exhibited excellent training management technique; informed and prepared 35 Soldiers on implied tasks, meeting all required training and timelines

o served as Safety NCO/88M20 HET Driver

o educated and updated officers and enlisted personnel on OSHA and Safety regulations per SOP

o certified Heavy Equipment Transport Driver and Instructor

o Licensed 25 tons and below, gross average combination weight 235,000 lbs

o Primary vehicles M1070 Super HET and M911 HET

o executed the coordination and movement of more than 75 loads of Class I-IX supplies worth over $1,900,710 without incident

o encouraged off duty education and professional growth in subordinates by enrolling his entire section into structured self development courses

o displayed sound judgment and technical knowledge during field exercises; consistently accomplished every assigned mission above the established standard

o worked hard to develop morale, discipline and self improvement in his subordinates by mentoring and coaching his Soldier

o instilled confidence and enthusiasm when leading Soldiers


Supply NCOL

o maintained unit records IAW applicable regulations for Troop Command COMET inspection, including 99% overall score on CSDP

o executes assigned and implied tasks without supervision, including transport of 184 pieces of equipment to new arms and supply rooms with zero losses

o advise 11 Officers and one senior NCO on 10 major logistic and personnel platforms, including PBUSE, SAMS-E and LOGSA


Unit Readiness NCO/88M40

o chosen as TOC NCOIC over 4 other SFC's during Task Force Sustainer August 2012 C2CRE-B mission while at Camp Atterbury

o promoted to the leadership position of SFC and led his unit through a COMET re-inspection with a pass of more than 95%

o coordinated, planned, implemented unit convoy movement for Annual Training 2013

o always contributes 110 percent to team effort

o planned the successful and safe movement of three round trip convoys from Brantley and Clayton during Task Force Sustainer 2012 to Camp Atterbury, Indiana

o personally trained and led five Soldiers during Task Force Sustainer August 2012 at Camp Atterbury

o develops training materials that enhance the soldier's performance and duty related skills

o effectively facilitated lower power usage for the armory thus conserving energy by 25% for the year


Materiel Movement NCO

o managed the relocation of motorpool consisting of 45 vehicles and 10 CONEX boxes of parts and supplies by road, rail, and sea from Sierra Army Depot to Mosul, Iraq with no loss of cargo

o accomplished the movement of 170 Soldiers and 124 tons from Fort Sill, Oklahoma into theater while maintaining 100% accountability of the unit's and Soldier's personal equipment


Ground Transportation NCOIC

o managed section single-handedly, relentless efforts ensured no mission failed, processed over 800 LMRS

o provided critical support to YUKON Task Force fielding and retrograde missions


Logistics NCO

o completed over 225 financial liability investigations, recovered over $10k


Movements Supervisor

o ensured the unit's movement of equipment and containers arrived in the combat zone with zero losses or damages


LZ/DZ operations

o instructed the platoon, during LZ operations, on how to conduct LZ operations which was vital to the success of TF Chosin

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