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o interviewed and processed 80 IMET candidates; exposed soldiers to military justice systems and procedures and developed strong civil-military relations

o oversaw and guided 50 CTEF projects worth more than 30 million dollars; improved the infrastructure and capacity of Iraqi security forces

o supervised operations of clerical and human resources for the entire Battalion of more than 16,000 soldiers; achieved 100% compliance with Directorate Of Information Management (DOIM) for the 1st time in Battalion history

o worked to enrich others and impart his technical and tactical knowledge to subordinates and peers alike; improved all tangible readiness metrics

o served for six months as Acting Commander, HHC 103d BEB; maintained standards, enforced discipline, and sustained readiness

o demonstrated self-development to improve the organization; set the example for all Soldiers, NCOs, and officers; gained the respect of Soldiers and leaders at all levels

o led his battalion through successful disaster responses to Hurricanes Matthew, Irma, and Michael and returned a warfighter focus to the battalion through rigorous field training

o collaborated with the BDE S3 shop to develop HHD's 5-year training plan; incorporated changes that will reduce reliance on outside agencies and save over $100,000 a year

o provided the needed experience to ensure the unit met the time line given to complete the operation; achieved mission success while sustaining regular scheduled training

o created the required documentation, processed, and turned-in over $2 million worth of excess Brigade equipment without loss; regained over $233,000 in unit funds

o led a senior Brigade staff through a challenging Annual Training period with elements scattered throughout Fort Indiantown Gap; guided participating units to success

o implemented the most effective company level training program within the Battalion; surpassed all benchmarks of strength management during his tenure as Company Commander

o supported two unscheduled and unexpected Distinguished Visitor missions to include the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Land Forces leadership; restored joint operations

o delegated effectively; reduced workload in HQ section while simultaneously empowering team leaders across the unit

o served as critical liaison between higher headquarters and our unit; prevented impractical taskings and identified unfulfilled roles

o oversaw two state mobilizations and multiple training events during TY 2020; his mission-first approach increased unit proficiency in less than 12 months

o led a headquarters company command through significant pre-mobilization challenges; overcame a variety of obstacles to achieve 94% readiness

o exploited the talents of a diverse team of civilains and Soldiers; increased integration of effort increased productivity by 30%

o led a company of engineers through a difficult post deployment period; successfully integrated deployed and stay-behind Soldiers upon their return

o showed a strong leadership presence among the Family Readiness Group; established and maintained a sense of stability and calmness throughout his tenure as Commander

o led Soldiers with extraordinary integrity and never avoided a challenge; groomed his Soldiers for success

o implemented an effective physical fitness program; achieved a 100% pass rate for the unit for both the APFT and Army Height/Weight standards

o embodied professionalism and commitment to the mission by ensuring that Soldiers under his supervision were accounted for, fit for duty, and met Army standards

o collaborated with USARCENT G37 and the 77th Combat Aviation Brigade; facilitated the arrival and integration of over 150 participating Coalition troops


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