Supervised a Theater Property Equipment (TPE) account worth $15,400,220 which enhanced overall hospital readiness and improved patient care
Supervised accountability and destruction of heat exposed and expired Class VIII valued at over $700,550
Lead Operation Medical Reset resulting in the life cycle replacement of 17 critical medical equipment items valued at $177,345
Supervised the stand up of the portable oxygen generation function which reduced our dependency on third party supply by 50%
324th Expeditionary Signal Battalion S4
Staff Sergeant Robert Paulson provided the 7225th Medical Support Unit with S4 Supply support in the absence of an organic supply sergeant. SSG Paulson provided the required training supplies and equipment that allowed the unit to perform communications training on the SINCGARS radio platform. SSG Paulson freely shared his knowledge of and skills with the basic command supply program, OCIE-ISM and KYLOC program which equipped our Soldiers to meet all mission demands.
S4 Class 1 Administrator
PFC Dilliham's diligence, hard work and commitment to his unit facilitated its logistics success. While performing as the S4 Class 1 administrator, he supported seven Companies, composed of more than 850 Soldiers to include other units that did not fall under TF Hurricane. His resourcefulness and sound judgment combined with his ability to work without supervision, contributed greatly to the Task Force success.
SGT York's diligence, hard work and commitment to her unit while performing as both HHD Supply Sergeant and as S4 NCOIC resulted in successful supply operations during the 314th MI BN Annual Training at Camp Bullis, Texas. SGT York ensured Life Support supply functions in relation to food, water, housing and vehicles for 68 Soldiers resulting in seamless sustainment operations during two weeks of 314th MI BN Annual Training. SGT York's exemplary handling of supply matters attests to her professional knowledge, willingness to accept responsibility, attention to detail, and the ability to adapt herself to any assignment or situation.
Senior Supply Sergeant
Coordinated the successful movement of all classes of Supply and equipment for EFMB. Assisted in the movement of all equipment to the new motorpool with zero losses. Conducted CSDPs for DRUs within her BN which garnered an increased passing rate of the BN. Orchestrated the issue and turn-in of Class VIII supplies for BN FTX. Continued success in increased responsibility in various positions from Stock control NCO to being selected as the BN S4 Senior Supply Sergeant. She has also worked as the Detachment Sergeant for MRICD on numerous occasions. SSG Carter served as Equal Opportunity Leader, Unit Victim Advocate, Command Supply Discipline Program monitor, Range Safety Officer, Voting Assistance Officer, Environmental Compliance Officer, Pregnancy Postpartum Physical Training Coordinator, Unit Movement Officer, and Information Management Officer.
FOR EXCEPTIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AS THE 3RD SQUADRON, 17TH CAVALRY REGIMENT'S S4 OIC FROM 15 SEPTEMBER 2015 TO 10 JULY 2017. PLACED IN A POSITION ABOVE HIS CURRENT GRADE, FIRST LIEUTENANT KELLY T. WALL SUPPORTED THE SQUADRON BY PROVIDING OUTSTANDING LOGISTICAL SUPPORT AND BY SPEARHEADING THE SQUADRON'S DIVESTITURE. HER DEDICATION TO DUTY CONTRIBUTED TO THE OVERWHELMING SUCCESS OF THE COMMAND'S MISSION. HER SELFLESS SERVICE AND DEDICATION TO DUTY ARE IN KEEPING WITH THE FINEST TRADITIONS OF MILITARY SERVICE AND REFLECT GREAT CREDIT UPON HERSELF, 3RD SQUADRON, 17TH CAVALRY REGIMENT, 3RD COMBAT AVIATION BRIGADE, 3RD INFANTRY DIVISION AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.