MOS 94Z Senior Electronic Maintenance Chief
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o prepared the maintenance platoon for annual training

o set up maintenance programs supporting 5 battalions and over 50 STAMIS systems

o foresight and planning resulted in the successful placement of mechanics and equipment to support the mission

o co-authored and updated Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) covering maintenance including daily reports and briefings

o restructured the Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) program with zero delinquencies; eliminated backlog and saved the Army over $70,000 annually

o improved the maintenance program by identifying and providing missing service data for over 120 equipment items

o emphasized standards for command maintenance; unit placed first in the DA-level competition for the Army Award for Maintenance Excellence

o influenced a constant operational readiness rate of 96% and higher while supporting U.S. Army Network Integration and Evaluation testing of 26 systems resulting in 22 systems being fielded in combat operations

o maintained an aggressive inspection, repair and service program which directly improved readiness rate by 45%

o provided requirements and coordinated contracts for new maintenance contractors totaling in excess of $100,000

o developed and integrated the deployment maintenance SOP into daily actions; streamlined procurement and reduced maintenance delays by 50%

o provided relevant, expert and timely advice to the commander on maintenance-related issues

o supervised the preparation of all equipment for shipment back to CONUS

o provided advisory, administrative, and logistical support to analysts conducting the first manpower study in 10 years

o maintained critical maintenance and operations information and records and ensured all maintenance procedures were followed to exacting standards

o involved troops in solution, implemented their solutions; delivered a 50% reduction in maintenance backlog and a consistent operational readiness rate above 98%

o disseminated time-sensitive information; improved workcenter involvement and knowledge, reduced delays to fire support

o adopted a training plan that leveraged instructional assistance from the Regional Training Institute and organic unit leadership

o ensured the Commander had accurate, relevant and actionable information immediately upon request

o managed all day-to-day operations for the battalion and its NCOs and Officers

o provided invaluable leadership and technical fire support assitance to subordinate battalions during OIF/ New Dawn

o demonstrated through action and example a genuine concern for the safety and welfare of his Soldiers

o ensured continuous situational awareness for the JTF commander of teams operating at multiple locations across the largest and most dangerous province in the Joint Operating Area

o confronted leadership to ensure battalion members were treated fairly while simultaneously maintaining disipline and readiness

o played a key role in the test and fielding of the army's new GCSS-Army program for 30 UICs, 18 maintenance clerks, 9 supervisors and Maintenance Control Officers

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