MOS 91D Power Generation Equipment Repairer NCOER Examples

Running a generator in the field

Tactical Power Generation Specialist

o assisted with the excess turn-in of more than 52 recoverable repair parts which returned over $157,000 to the Army supply system and cleared overage report

o supervised a nine Soldier scheduled maintenance team; completing over 212 services within a one year period

o dedicated to the Battery Maintenance shop and Supply Support Activity; he recharged over 450 batteries thus saving the Brigade over $200,000


Power Generation Equipment Repairer

o helped sustain the battalion during JRTC rotation 001-20 by developing power distribution layouts for 24 hour operations over a 30 day period

o used available resources to accomplish all missions during a Mountain Peak Field Training Exercise which consistently produced concrete results

o implemented a proactive maintenance battle rhythm that reduced equipment NMC time and saved more than 900 man hours over the course of six months

o maintained over 10 generators for the whole duration of the field problem

o troubleshot and fixed 3 generators from other units to keep them in the fight

o put in long hours setting up the sleep area, CP, and the motorpool tent without incident

o maintained all generators of Br5-7 Air Defense Artillery; delivered 99.9% service, most reliable in area

o ensured that all maintenance and services were up to date on all equipment during the JC-16 mission resulting in no deficiencies

o ensured that all generators were properly PMCS and functioned properly throughout the mission

o demonstrated unselfish care for his squad members; contributed ample time to ensure that safety, discipline, training, education, and personal needs are met

o volunteered for extra duty as a member of the Retrograde and Property Assistance Team (RPAT); recovered over $1,000,000 in serviceable equipment

o acted as member of a security detail to assist with CL III fuel resupply missions to the Erbil Area of Operations

o served with the Counter Iraqi Training and Equipment Funding Program; was instrumental in the proper execution of property accountability

o supervised the only Battery Maintenance shop in 4/10 MTN; recharged over 450 batteries thus saving the Brigade over $200,000

o made authorized modifications on starters for different lines of military equipment to include the C15, PLS, and 903 programs

o in response to flood, quickly setup nine generators supplying five hundred and forty kilowatts of prime power which supported eight reverse osmosis water purification units for twenty-one days

o installed 1.5 miles of cable, 500 ft of duct bank, and a new 200 amp service for Langley's cantonment site

o supervised a nine-man team for the disassembly of a five thousand square foot Clamshell shelter

o expeditiously repaired six load break elbows and replaced 200 feet of wire to restore electrical power to a 1200 person beddown area within three hours

o worked outside of his MOS, as he prepared to cross-train as a wheeled vehicle mechanic and completed numerous services

o tore down Clamsheel shelter in less than 36 hours which allowed for more runway space at Ali Air Base, Iraq

o was a key member of the reconstitution of three 4K shelters at Manas Transit Center

o showed dedication to duty in setting up area of operation, maintenance tents, and power generation and distribution during FTX

o supplied technical knowledge necessary to the maintenance of 96 generators for re-deployment

o volunteered more than 75 hours to running, load banking, and troubleshooting generators awaiting deployment

o enabled ASG-A to rapidly redeploy 37 generators to three FOBs, providing power for more than 1200 NATO personnel

o assigned to Bldg 345 Engine area, he took apart, cleaned, repaired, and reassembled starters

o supervised the company's power generation equipmnent repair section

o assigned to the FMTV Section in bldg 551 on Red River Army Depot (RRAD), he successfully tore down and reinstalled multiple overhead lighting systems

o assisted in the teardown and replacement of ceilings and wall panels

o she continually sought out new tasks upon the completion of each assignment

o as the company's only generator mechanic, he performed over 40 services to keep the company's generators in a mission-ready state

o trained outside his primary MOS, 91D, to perform necessary actions in MOS 92A, 91B, and 88M

o influenced his peers with his willingness to learn and made him a valuable asset to the unit

o kept the primary generator at a FMC rate of 90% or above at all times

o performed duties with minimal supervision and filled the NCOIC position during deployment

o expanded operations and a 20 MW power generation plant for the Air Force RED HORSE team

o spent hundreds of hours of overtime to repair 28 vehicles which saved the unit more than 40,000 dollars

o maintained 5 types of vehicles in a high state of readiness

o maintained all unit generators to the highest standard

o sets high standards for himself and all others

o recognized by the NGB command logistics readiness team inspector for thourough inpection and PMCS procedures

o served as the only generator mechanic supporting HWB 2/3d ACR

o completed one NTC rotation with HWB 2/3d ACR; support praised

o contributed his knowledge of generators to help perform and assist in the completion of over 30 services

o volunteered to perform inspections under the motor pool's Quality Assurance program

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