MOS 92S Shower, Laundry, Clothing Repair NCOER Examples

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Laundry NCOIC

o positive mentor; coached team continuosly, facilitated superior performance

o positive leader; motivated and inspired team to excel

o streamlined operation intake, process, and check out procedure to improve user satisfaction

o processed laundry for over 420 soldiers, exceeded standards for service and cleanliness

o accepted/delivered over 120 loads of laundry every week, each weighing over 200 pounds

o provided daily showers for 1,200 Soldiers; attention to detail ensured 100% availability

o supervised the laundry turn-in tent, prevented clothing loss or damage through careful screening




Platoon Sergeant

Competence

o supervised and coordinated the reconstitution of two shower/shave units and two field deployable latrine and the relocation of one field laundry tent

o processed over 10,000 bundles of laundry with zero losses during Operation New Dawn in support of 5th Squadron, 4th U.S. Cavalry Regiment

o completed reconnaissance mission, prepared the SLCR Team and planned the logistics to provided laundry services at Forward Operating Base Warhorse

o supported the 101st Airborne Division in their training exercise through the planning, emplacement and execution of shower services for 150 Soldiers


Physical Fitness & Military Bearing

o received a COA as recognition for surpassing physical fitness standards with a score of 283

o participated in two 10K runs during the deployment and motivated Soldiers to follow his example


Leadership

o chosen above four staff sergeants to serve as Platoon Sergeant for 35 Soldiers; his platoon is considered the best platoon in the company

o directly responsible for 100% of the redeployment training for his platoon

o exhibited the knowledge and experience of a senior Non-Commissioned Officer with his competence and drive to excel


Training

o led the marksmanship training ensuring his entire platoon qualified on the M16 range as a first-time GO

o personally trained, mentored and coached one sergeant and four specialists to earn their promotable status: one corporal achieved the rank of sergeant

o ensured training was effective and timely, a support to the unit's mission


Responsibility & Accountability

o aided in the deactivation of the unit through $1 million worth of property transfers and preparing 36 Soldier's to PCS and ETS

o instilled Soldiers dedication to self-improvement; ensured ten Soldiers enrolled in the FAST course resulting in an average raise of 15 points to their GT score

o responsible for three urinalysis screenings in remote sites during Operation New Dawn




Section Chief

Competence

o responsible for processing over 200 containers of excess equipment saving over $20 million at the fixed MRT site during Operation New Dawn

o flawlessly managed a SLCR team that processed over 5,000 bundles of laundry with zero errors; while maintaining a 24 hour or less turn around time

o completed 21 semester hours toward a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management while maintaining a 4.0 GPA


Physical Fitness & Military Bearing

o determined and confident NCO that challenged subordinates to improve their physical conditioning; one Soldier won first place in the five mile run from 3/8 IN BN

o encouraged Soldiers to exceed standards on physical training; four Soldiers achieved 290 or above on the APFT


Leadership

o her leadership and expertise resulted in her platoon closing down Northern Iraq by disposing of more than $20 million worth of excess equipment with 44 Personnel

o provided exceptional morale building laundry support during OND to over 3,000 coalition forces at COS Garry Owen; processed over 12,000 bundles of laundry

o led her subordinates on the laundry mission at COS Garry Owen during one of the most dangerous times resulting in zero injuries; 6 Soldiers received CABs


Training

o led a two man team on an operation of Mobile MRT mission at COB Spiecher; processed six containers of excess property and recouped $300,000 worth of supplies

o coordinated and trained over 20 Soldiers on MRT operations that directly effected the Army s ability to draw down the forces in Iraq

o implemented training in a forward deployed environment ensuring 30 Soldiers were fully proficient on technical and tactical skills; readily shared combat experiences


Responsibility & Accountability

o provided excellent accountability and care of theater provided equipment valued in excess of $1.5 million without loss or damage

o encouraged Soldiers to continue professional development; seven Soldiers signed up for Fast Class resulting in raised GT scores; four Soldiers reenlisted

o instilled in Soldiers the importance of accountability for their actions and the responsibility of taking care of themselves, their comrades and their equipment




Platoon Sergeant

Competence:

o selected over five senior Staff Sergeant to perform duties as the Company 1SG in the 1SGs absence; flawlessly performed two levels above his rank

o completed 15 semester hours towards an Associates of Arts Degree in General Studies while maintaining a 3.5 GPA

o his attention to detail and invaluable experience played a vital role in the successful deployment of his team in support of Operation New Dawn


Physical Fitness & Military Bearing:

o sacrificed countless hours of personal time on weekends to conduct PT with his Soldiers; ensuring that they were able to meet the Army Physical Fitness standards

o displayed professionalism and confidence at all times; a model NCO for all Soldiers

o possessed unparalleled mental and physical toughness and endurance


Leadership:

o selected by the Command over six other Staff Sergeants as a Platoon Sergeant due to his unmatched leadership qualities and expertise

o led his team on the laundry mission at COS Gary Owen, Iraq during one of the most dangerous times resulting in zero injuries; six Soldiers received CABs

o mentored two NCOs and two Soldiers to attend the promotion board while serving in an hostile environment; Soldiers were recognized by the CSM as being well prepared


Training:

o trained his platoon on unit level maintenance procedures for the Laundry Advance System; paralleling them to process over 65,000 bundles of laundry during OND

o flawlessly provided proper guidance on primary marksmanship resulting in a platoon of 47 in 100% qualification; ten Soldiers shot sharpshooter or better

o effectively trained his platoon on all aspects of daily SLCR operations; enabled them to support over 2,500 Soldiers at Camp Red Devil


Responsibility & Accountability:

o maintained 100% accountability and serviceability of platoons equipment valued in excess of $2 million with no less than an operational readiness of 98%

o aggressively encouraged his Soldiers to pursue higher education; resulting in 12 Soldiers enrolling in college courses and eight attending FAST class

o placed an unrelenting emphasis on safety during all missions and training; made composite risk management an integral part of everyday planning



Team Chief

COMPETENCE:

o provided mechanical support to the SLCR Team that was performing shower operations to the 101st Airborne Division in their training exercise at Camp Red Devil

o successfully completed Combatives level I during this rated period

o dependable, knowledgeable NCO, dedicated to the team concept


PHYSICAL FITNESS & MILITARY BEARING:

o outstanding performance on the Army Physical Fitness Test scoring 271 points

o established, conducted and supervised the Special Population Physical Training for PT failures; six Soldiers took and passed their APFT in 90 days or less


LEADERSHIP:

o set stringent achievable performance standards for his subordinates; instilled the importance of education by enrolling them in the FAST class

o always strived to gain knowledge as a leader to become more proficient at being an NCO

o cared for Soldiers in ways that benefited both them and the unit


TRAINING:

o his mission-focused training directly reflected in his team winning the APFT event that led to the Company to win the Brigade Honor Company competition

o led marksmanship training ensuring his team of six Soldiers qualified at the M16 range as a first-time GO; three Soldiers qualified Expert

o consistently led from the front in all aspects of training, Soldiering and leadership


RESPONSIBILITY & ACCOUNTABILITY:

o maintained 100% of all assigned personnel and equipment with zero losses

o instilled Soldier's the importance of accountability for their actions an the responsibility of taking care themselves, their comrades, and their equipment

o squad maintained accident free during this rated period




Shower/Laundry & Clothing Repair NCO


COMPETENCE:

o responsible for processing over 200 containers of excess equipment saving over $20 million at the fixed MRT site during Operation New Dawn

o flawlessly managed a SLCR team that processed over 5,000 bundles of laundry with zero errors while maintaining a 24 hour or less turn around time during the deployment

o relentlessly guided his Soldiers to become positive well rounded leaders; promoted self progression through military and civilian education


PHYSICAL FITNESS & MILITAR BEARING:

o profile did not hinder his ability to lead his Soldiers

o encouraged Soldiers to exceed standards on physical training

o displayed confidence that motivates his subordinates


LEADERSHIP:

o effectively led and inspired his team to provide impeccable SLCR support to over 300 coalition Soldiers all in a wartime environment

o led and supported his subordinates on a laundry mission at COS Gary Owen during one of the most dangerous times resulting in zero injuries; six Soldiers received CABs

o solid leader, possessed a genuine concern for Soldiers and Family members that is unparalleled for a leader with such few years in service


TRAINING:

o coordinated and trained over 20 Soldiers on MRT operations that directly effected the Army s ability to draw down the forces in Iraq

o supported the 101st Airborne by supervising the deployment of one shower and five Soldiers during Operation Red Devil

o constantly shared his vast knowledge and experience from past deployments with his subordinates and peers alike


RESPONSIBILITY & ACCOUNTABILITY:

o maintained over $934,800 worth of MTOE equipment at an operational readiness rate of no less than 98%

o successfully led a three man team to process over 300 containers during the MRT mission to Mosul, Kirkuk and Tikrit, saving the Army over $150 million on supplies

o his unrelenting emphasis on safety resulted in zero accidents during this rating period; several of his Soldiers received accolades for being safety conscious




Section Chief

Competence:

o supported over 150 Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division with showers during their training at Camp Red Devil; increased Soldiers morale by 100%

o flawlessly handled all duties involved in the post wide Operation Clean Sweep which resulted in over $25 million in turn-ins

o achieved results when confronted with major responsibilities and limited resources


Physical Fitness & Military Bearing:

o inspired self improvement in subordinates through exemplary personal example; raised sections APFT average by ten points

o sets the example for subordinates; always exceeded standards for appearance and military bearing


Leadership:

o set stringent achievable performance standards for her subordinates; instilled the importance of education by enrolling them in the FAST class and college

o demonstrated a deep and sincere care for Soldiers by inspiring and developing them through stringent counseling

o selected by the platoon sergeant and platoon leader to handle high profile and the most difficult missions; always out performed her peers


Training:

o responsible for training nine Soldiers in basic rifle marksmanship which led to her section being combat ready; two Soldiers fired Expert

o encouraged maximum participation from Soldiers during Iron Horse Warrior Training; focused on wartime skills

o shared knowledge and experience which was of tremendous value to junior NCOs and subordinates alike


Responsibility & Accountability:

o maintained 100% accountability and operational readiness for equipment valued in excess of $750,0000 worth of platoon equipment without damage or loss

o accepted responsibility for her actions; not afraid to make and stand behind hard decisions

o had an extremely positive impact on her Soldiers; they would follow this NCO into battle


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