94E Radio and COMSEC Repairer NCOER Bullets

Picture of COMSEC Equipment

o revised the COMSEC Hand Receipt Holder Course for the Brigade; condensed the course in time and increased ease of learning

o trained over 200 soldiers in the management of COMSEC material and encouraged over 75% of her company to sign up for ACCP coursework

o completed the Electronic Key Distribution Course; helped automate the COMSEC Key distribution system throughout the Afghanistan Theater of Operations

o maintained over 30 COMSEC accounts with 100% accountability and zero COMSEC Compromises or reportable COMSEC Incidents

o managed the headset program, returning over 1,000 headsets to the army system

o taught Soldiers how to load the radios with a simple key loader (SKL), restored secure comms

o repaired serviceable SINGARS components from the amnesty yard and returned over $500,000 to supply

o scheduled and provided training for the SINGARS radio, the Defense Advanced GPS Receiver (DAGR), the Blue Force Tracker (BFT), and the MBITR (Multiband Inter/Intra Team Radio)

o first to install a Counter IED system in a MAT-V

o ensured the automated net control device (ANCD) was updated with all in new cypto for COMSEC change over; no lost comm

o performed daily inspections on convoy vehicles VIC systems, ensured vehicles met SP times

o installed the DAGR, antenna cable, power cable and upgraded the DAGR's software to version .007

o trained soldiers and NCOs from FAB on radio system operation, significantly enhanced combat readiness

o ensured 99% uptime for all individual and vehicle radio systems, providing critical reliability to Ranger mission communications

o supported entire Battalion and attachments during COMSEC change over

o set up and operated the AN-PRD 13 Basic Radio Detection Finding (RDF) System, successfully intercepted enemy transmissions during the recent Bn Combined Arms Exercise

o maintained accountability for all 89 pieces of radio equipment resulting in 100% equipment recovery at exercise completion

o developed operation instructions for the MBITR radios which was adopted by the entire 1-180th CAV

o updated the Blue Force Tracker with the latest Joint Communications Release (JCR) Software


o moved electronics maintenance shop, returned to fully operational in a week, maintained accountablility of over 1 million dollars worth of equipment

o provided communication support to the foward support company

o wired the CREW system to work more efficiently by relocating the DUKE V3 system

o sustained communications for a Tactical Signal Company with no supplies or tools

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