MOS 89B Ammunition Specialist NCOER Examples

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Battalion Land and Ammunition NCO

o improved the ammunition distribution system; delivered 37,268 rounds of small arms and 618 rockets during NTC 20-10

o assisted with planning the attack guidance in support of Division fires during NTC 20-10; destroyed 42 pieces of enemy air defense

Ammunition Inspector

o coordinated over 8,000 ammunition drops; resulted in over 90 ranges and training sites being properly equipped to train

o supervised the turn-in of over 15,000 ammunition documents without incident; enforced the MCoEs standards of safety

o implemented processes for three ammunition shifts; resulted in Soldiers fully proficient in all areas of their assigned duties

o managed ammunition assets valued at over 45 million dollars along with over 10,000 deliveries of ammunition without incident

o supervised the ammunition renovation process; resulted in a cost savings to the installation of approximately $10 million

o maintained 100% accountability and 98% mission readiness rate of all assigned equipment valued at over $4 million

Ammunition Specialist

o improved and ensured efficient operation of his unit's Ammunition Holding Area; enhanced mission success

o his determination, foresight and fierce commitment to the mission ensured the successful refueling of 14 aircraft

o aided in pumping over 10,000 liters of JP8 fuel to keep exercise on schedule leading to best Aerial Gunnery ever for 1-3 ARB

o transported 250,000 rounds of standard ammunition and 700 rounds of pyrotechnics in support of sister units conducting CREW ground mount qualifications and in preparation for additional training during the AT period

o moved a total of 550 short tons of munitions worth an estimated $20 million dollars, a company record

o provided unwavering and tireless support in his duties as an 89B for Bravo Company

o selected as Ammo Supply Specialist for the special forces FARP because of his experience in assisting with refueling operations

o standout among peers; took on supervision of over 100 ammunition inventories to assist in scheduled inventories and ASP mantainance

o arranged storage points and the proper placement of munitions in accordance with NEW and blast radius during Table 18

o instrumental in the shipment of over 800,000 rounds of ammunition to Bahgram, Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom OEF

o developed a "can do" attitude and addiction to excellence; her desire to succeed fostered a competitive working environment

o issued 25 separate DODICs totaling over $5,000,000 while working in the issue and turn-in area

o processed ammunition requests, turned in ammunition , and established transport operating procedures ensuring safety and mission accomplishment

o maintained accountability of over 200,500 rounds valued at over $125,000

Ammunition Manager

o identified new tasks and eliminated training gaps during the 89B Critical Task Site Selection Board

o aided in the development of and implementation of new critical tasks to better train future generations of Ammunition Specialists

o received a 100% commendable rating on the FCOE Safety inspection

o processed the turn-in of over 1 million dollars worth of live ammunition, 2 tons of residue, and 300 expenditure documents to keep property books accurate

o played a key role in the success of the Brigade's training mission

o deployed as Counter Rocket Artillery Mortar Sense and Warn Team Leader to Multinational Division Center South

o assembled and activated reserve Counter Mortar Radar when power was lost to TOC restoring FOC in minutes

o accomplished paperwork to ensure 2-214 FA was the first battalion to complete handover of ammunition property books from TF Bastogne

o volunteered to maintain the squad HMMWV winning "Best M998 of the Quarter" for the past three quarters

o maintained his level of fitness scoring over 290 points on all APFTs

o demonstrated combat prowess by scoring expert on his assigned M4 and the M240B

o issued over 2 million dollars worth of ammunition to 3 Batteries at 6 FOBs/COBs across 20 miles of austere terrain without incident

o ran the bn ammunition supply point, excelling at the operation, safety, and organization required for the M2 range

o coordinated ammunition policy changes with all battery Commanders as they occurred to maintain readiness

Ammunition NCO

o readied unit for USFOR-A Explosives Safety Inspection; A&E storage for CAPA and FARP operations were rated as Exceptional throughout Camp Marmal/Pratt sites

o implemented training improvements to further develop her team of 13 soldiers; reduced overlooked processes by 80% and improved safety

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