92Z Senior Noncommissioned Logistician

Supply Section Sergeant

o played a positive leadership role in working with an extremely diverse section that included remote Soldiers, medics, and admin/supply personnel


Senior Loggie

o developed a new Standard Operating Procedure, resulted in a more efficient OPORD production

o decreased OPORD deficiencies by 40% and revised the OPORD production process; cleared a backlog of 20 past due OPORDs

o processed over 300 OPORDs and oversaw the execution of over 150 missions

o continues to provide leadership and emphasis on the CSDP program, OIP inspections, and MOS training of Soldiers in the S4 (senior supply supervisor)

o inducted into Association of Quartermasters and membership into Society of Logistics Engineers (SOLE)as a Certified Professional Logistician (CPL)

o trained two soldiers and one NCO in basic supply operations; considerably increased the asset capabilities of the 5th Group OCIE distribution center by 50%

o established strict key control and physical security procedures for of the OCIE warehouse; resulted in zero loss of components or equipment

o selected over four NCOs to provide logistical support during the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) rotation to manage the Forward Logistics Element (FLE)

o led successful expedition of 80 personnel into living quarters on Camp Arifjan

o served as billeting captain, maintained safe living conditions by enforcing fire codes and establishing a disciplined 24 hour quiet period to ensure undisturbed sleep for all shifts

o arranged and established quarters evacuation plan, electrical and plumbing infrastructure, mail and admin support-advanced mission readiness and execution!

o led his section in receiving an excess of 20,000 receipts, greatly enhancing the SSAs ability to exceed the Department of the Army customer wait time goal of 10 days

o dedicated to tough physical training; aided his Soldiers in raising APFT score from 257 points to 277 points and meeting Army body fat standards

o served as Acting Team Leader for 3 Months and trained other Mission Commanders in 2 units to ensure mission success


G4 S&S

Oversaw Division supply operation during reception, staging and onward movement operation in support of Operation Iraq Freedom

Provided essential information and implemented standard operational procedures to all units upon arrival to ensure a seamless transition into the operation environment

Wrote operation Needs Statement to ensure the division was equipped with over _________, and ___________ for mission support.

Supervised and setting up a supply site to receive new gear to enhance combat readiness in Iraq.

Trained Division Liaison NCOs in Kuwait on supply operations

Oversaw the logistic system in Iraq for a heavy infantry division consisting of ten brigade combat teams.

Provided technical advice to BCTs, enabling them to improve supply warehouse operations

Maintained, accounted, and safeguarded MTOE and supplies

Responsible for training planning, coordination of training area, ranges, and development classes for the battalion.

Wrote the internal SOP, assisted in writing the Base Defense plan for Forward Base _______ to ensure Soldiers safety.

Planned and executed personnel and vehicle search classes, resulted in _____ Soldiers trained as trainers for Forward Base ____.

Maintained accurate daily records of transportation date providing critical information regarding convoy trends and patterns.

Played a key role relocating the battalion operation center, from Camp ______ to ______ without damage or loss of the battalion equipment.

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