Unit Armorer NCOER Examples

o worked tirelessly to prepare for the change of command layout; zero deficiencies were found throughout the arms room -first time in 5 years

o took responsibility for the change of command layout; personal initiative and efficiency set the standard for future change of command layouts

o trained 3 Soldiers to become company armorers within 4 months

o served as Task Force Wings Armorer throughout deployment

o kept Arms Room over 90% mission-ready during redeployment and company refit operations

o his tireless efforts as the Task Force Armorer aided immeasurably in standing up the NIE Transient Arms Room

o his Arms Room was selected to represent the Brigade during 8th Army AAME inspection

o her proactive approach to problem solving eliminated significant issues that typically occur in Physical Security

o his foresight and preparation ensured the mission continued smoothly, aiding and meeting each battalion's requirements

o worked in the Arms Room as the acting platoon armorer without formal training yet exceeded all standards

o reorganized the Arms Room to facilitate freedom of movement and improve operations as Soldiers drew and returned equipment

o identified and documented all deficiencies with equipment and sensitive items, reducing maintenance turn-around and improving readiness

o SGT Young's commitment to excellence and devotion to duty were indispenable to receiving a commendable rating on the Battalion's Arms Room inspection

o selected over 75 other Soldiers to be the Bravo Company armorer due to his work ethic, personal responsibility, and accountability

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o his diligence and commitment to the unit earned the unit a superior grade and zero deficiencies during the Readiness Assistance visit

o set the standard for the battalion by receiving 100% on his armament & weapon systems and on physical security inspections

o deployed arms room and all support material to Afghanistan

o sandbagged entance to Arms Room as hurricane approached; only dry room in building, mission-readiness preserved

o conducted scheduled and unscheduled 20-level maintenance on TPE and organizational equipment; all assets issue-ready

o taught fellow Soldiers how to identify and correct crucial deficiencies that make the M7 Weapon System non-mission capable

o ensured that thousands of Soldiers and Sailors will be armed and prepared for the rigors of combat

o sought improvement of arms room function continuously

o created a key control system that organized the keys for billets, the FST facility and vehicles, increasing access by over 50%

o permormed Armorer duties to utmost of his ability

o prepared unit for 9-month deployment to the ARCENT AOR in support of Operation Spartan Shield (2013-14)

o organized the efficient and safe storage and issue of the weapons in the unit armory

o her actions and involvement cleared the way for the unit to successfully complete their training missions

o signed for and maintained accountability of over $2,000,000 worth of high-value equipment while serving as the company's armorer

o rewrote the shop external and internal operations SOP

o played a key role in the turn-in of $70,000 in small arms parts, produced a positive budget balance for the first time in 3 years

o conducted daily sensitive item and ammunition inventories without fail; my most dependable Soldier; zero losses

o maintained accountability of 20 M4 Rifles and 5 M107 sniper rifles and weapons equipment

o ensured the company recovered 100% of all sensitive items issued after completion of the range, completed in hours, normally takes days

o SGT Young's efforts had a direct impact on the success of the unit's training and arms room accountability

o worked outside his normal MOS as unit armorer and demonstrated great flexibility while cross-training as a wheeled vehicle mechanic

o was responsible for the Arms Room scoring a one hundred percent on the Medical Brigade AAME inspection

o recovered all issued equiment during redeploymemt from Operation Enduring Freedom 9-11

o contributed to the overall success of the armament team's mission by actively sharing information learned from the prior year's annual training and applied it to annual training 2013

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