Platoon Sergeant NCOER Examples

See also: MOS 11B Platoon Sergeant NCOER Bullets

o prepared the platoon for southern Vanguard throughout annual training; increased Soldier confidence and improved ability to operate as a team

o coordinated with 1st platoon to train and qualify more drivers; resulted in twice as many certified drivers and HEMTT drivers to load and unload equipment

o adjusted security posture, individual movement techniques, and escalation of force depending on circumstances; showed sound tactical awareness during all operations

o took control when situation dictated; conducted first line PCCs, maintained constant situational awareness and acted accordingly; enhanced platoon responsiveness

o restored order and standards to a declining unit; improved morale and pushed readiness rate up by 40%

o regained control of a clique-ran maintenance shop; transferred ring leader to another Battalion and restored shop discipline and morale

o produced the best prepared and equipped Soldiers on post due to frequent inventories and training review

o demonstrated exceptional leadership determination

o facilitated platoon cohesion resulting in successful completion of IPBC during Annual Training 2013

o able to multitask and delegate where needed to complete all tasks ahead of schedule

o rescued a demoralized section and guided it back to its former glory as best in Bn

o his hands-on approach as platoon sergeant guaranteed the efficient and safe conduct of all patrols

o organized fundraisers to raise money for cookouts and plaques for out-going Soldiers, raised morale of entire Bn

o contributed to the effectiveness of Falcon 78 and Guns and Towers as Platoon Sergeant in 2nd Plt's final Mission at Falcon 78

o kept the chain of command on track for scheduling service packets for Soldiers

o integrated a crew of Soldiers and contractors to provide security for six hotels, a 301st first!

Picture of Platoon Sergeant instructing platoon

o motivated the entire platoon during the planning, coordination, and execution phases of operation ANVIL TREE

o delivered outstanding work at a level that would be expected of two NCOs

o identified production bottlenecks and drafted team to create innovative solution; reduced delay by 40%

o focused the efforts of team members and increased on-time delivery rates by 50%

o an exceptional NCO and capable leader; performed duties as platoon sergeant in an outstanding manner

o led by example; obtained and provided the best training possible for the troops at his site

o takes charge and ensures Soldiers are actively engaged in training or assigned tasks

o kept the shop looking professional and above the standard at all times

o fostered the teamwork and camaraderie that ensured a successful training experience

o ensured every Soldier is trained to the highest standard

o developed a Soldier database which tracked every administrative aspect of Soldier readiness

o maintained the highest level of professionalism while supervising Soldiers within the platoon

o provided an example of leadership to junior enlisted Soldiers

o oversaw administrative and medical readiness for the platoon; increased medical readiness by 20% and improved administrative readiness by over 22% in less than 90 days

o implemented strategies to increase engagement and readiness during UTAs; accelerated the team's climb to the top battery in the battalion

o maintained platoon battle roster during all virtual BAs by conducting virtual check-ins on MS Teams; maintained accountability of 30+ Soldiers during all virtual BAs

o served as lead planner for an MUTA-4, coordinating all training events, securing resources and overseeing execution while adhering to the 8-step training model; training success

o planned MUTA-4 scenarios; ensured training was realistic and contained practical exercises for over 300 Soldiers in both a virtual and in-person environment

o forecasted and planned the completion of all schools, ranges, and predeployment training requirements for six subordinates; increased readiness exponentially

o ensured no Soldier was left behind, dedicated to training success of all

o kept all Soldiers informed on latest changes and events; best situational awareness in Camp

o exceeded his responsibilities by getting "in the trenches" with the rotational soldiers

o delegated responsibly; increased team initiative, resourcefulness and professional confidence

o his emphasis on safety resulted in the unit having over 365 accident-free days and no DUI-related incidents

o directly responsible for the unit improving its status for NCO-ERs completions and close-outs

o tracked and maintained Soldier preparedness for Battalion and Brigade level staff during M-16 and M-9 range qualifications, ensured 100% qual and zero safety incidents

o devoted mentor and trainer; coached his subordinates to receive a 100% success and completion rate on METL tasks

o conducted four briefings in preparation for mobilization/deployment in support of contingency operations; Soldiers better prepared

o provided professional and expert input to HQ operational planning and execution of critical tasks

o coordinated with 5 different units for MILCON-related issues and support, meeting all needs

o tracked and scheduled over 1,000 hours of technical training for 77 Soldiers and Airmen

o enabled continuous operation of VSAT, Blue Force Tracker and tactical communications throughout the exercise

o executed demanding assignments in a consistently outstanding manner during 2nd Plt's transistion training period

o contributed to the overwhelming success of both her platoon's and her troops' wartime mission

o conducted numerous missions and served in a variety of positions, to include unit armorer, platoon sergeant, and Equal Opportunity Leader

o was instrumental in implementing HISAT convoy training to HSTL at Fort Jackson, SC

o showed outstanding service and commitment as platoon sergeant for the HHC PSD Platoon during Operation Enduring Freedom

o conducted over 100 force protection patrols which improved the security and safety of Camp Arifjan

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