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o inspected each piece of equipment and identified over 90 documentation and material discrepancies; prevented disruption and delay of the Brigade's redeployment

o ensured all Vehicle Memos and HHG Memos were prepared and processed correctly and in a timely manner; enabled redeployed soldiers to take posession of their personal goods upon return

o worked closely with HQ and Barracks Management to ensure all returning soldiers would have adequate housing upon return; foresight prevented billeting bottleneck

o coordinated with each individual and barracks management to ensure adequate housing was available; rectified all issues that surfaced with assignment of rooms and trailers

o developed and implemented informative redeployment packets for every returning soldier; streamlined all redeployment issues from pay to housing

o aided in the movement of over $1,000,000 worth of brigade equipment with zero losses during deployment to OEF

o synchronized movement of all unit equipment; capitalized on sister unit capabilities and saved over $40,000

o managed the Brigade's theater entry and exit in support of combat operations; ensured the success of the Reception, Staging, Onward Movement and Integration of over 2,000 Soldiers

o negotiated shipping estimates to determine the best COA to transport equipment from Aberdeen Proving Ground to Fort Campbell, KY; saved the Army over $60,000

o coordinated the movement of 240 equipment items in preparation for deployment supporting EXERCISE; unit fully equipped for duty upon arrival

o attended the Leaders Training Program (LTP) as the sole representative of the Bn, working with staff of the ABCT in the development of Appendix 3 to the ABN OPORD

o planned and scheduled the transfer of field and communications equipment in preparation for the unit move to Fort Belvoir, Virginia

o assisted sister batteries in preparing their equipment and documentation for convoy operations to and from Nellis AFB and Vigilant Guard exercise in Colorado

o worked tirelessly to prepare unit for the deployment to the ARCENT AOR in support of Operation Spartan Shield

o led the movement of essential personnel and equipment from Upper Marlboro, MD to Fort Bragg and then to JRTC

o orchestrated multiple high-visibility movements in a combat environment; optimized use of finite theater resources

o trained 11 Brigade UMOs, providing much needed direction and guidance in the proper preparation and documentation of over 500 vehicles for deployment to home station

o identified cause of shipping delays and revised movement requests process; reduced processing and wait time by an average of 30%

o worked over 12 hours a day to ensure the success of Operation; attention to detail ensured operational readiness of this and other units

o trained unit members on requirements, packing, and pallet building; mitigated obstacles to successful movements

o returned from planning TDYs with comprehensive notes and information on responsibilities; improved unit readiness exponentially

o averted scheduling crisis by arranging previously unknown alternative support; sustained operations under austere conditions

o trained new arrivals on Movement Control and immediately doubled our response efficiency

o assisted in the administrative duties for redeployment of Task Force Odin R5 soldiers; eliminated administrative complications

o oversaw the inventory and loadout of over $500,000 of unit equipment; first time no equipment was overlooked and left behind

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