Under SSG XXX's Unit Prevention Leader (UPL) leadership, the Bravo Company urinalysis program collected and processed more than 1,975 samples over the course of three post-holiday block leave 100% urinalyses and fifteen monthly 10% urinalyses. His attention to detail and strict compliance to AR 600-85 testing standards resulted in 100% sample acceptance by the installation testing center. He also conducted Substance Abuse Training for over 500 students and cadre and over 300 in the Basic Officer Leaders Course on an annual basis. The implementation of these alcohol and drug risk reduction and prevention strategies strengthened the overall fitness, effectiveness, and combat readiness of Bravo Company Soldiers.
SSG XXXXX successfully brought the Battalion up to standard as the Battalion Prevention Leader. She oversaw and conducted over 60 urinalysis throughout the Battalion ensuring all tests were conducted by regulation. SSG XXXXX advised Commanders and Company Unit Prevention Leaders of the significance of smart testing resulting in one company having zero positives for the last quarter and 4 Companies identifying over 20 Soldiers who did not live the Army Values.
URINALYSIS COORDINATOR FROM 15 AUGUST 2014 TO SEPTEMBER 2015 FOR 7TH SIGNAL COMMAND. SERGEANT XXXXXXX PERFORMED HIS DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER. HIS FLAWLESS ATTENTION TO DETAIL TO MEET THE ARMY'S ZERO TOLERANCE FOR DRUG USE BY COLLECTING OVER 200 SPECIMENS WITH ZERO DISCREPANCIES WAS EXCEPTIONAL. HIS UNMATCHED PROFESSIONALISM AND LEADERSHIP PROVIDED OUTSTANDING RESULTS FOR HIMSELF AND 5 ASSISTANTS WHO WERE TRAINED AND QUALIFIED AS URINALYSIS OBSERVERS. SERGEANT YOUNG'S PROFESSIONALISM, LEADERSHIP, AND DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTS GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE 56TH SIGNAL BATTALION AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
FOR PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTIES WHILE SERVING AS UNIT PREVENTION LEADER FOR THE 56TH SIGNAL BATTALION FROM APRIL 2015 TO OCTOBER 2016. STAFF SERGEANT LAKE'S OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP AND PERSONAL INITIATIVE WERE INSTRUMENTAL IN ENSURING COMPLIANCE WITH ALL ASPECTS OF THE URINALYSIS PROGRAM: STORAGE, HANDLING, ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSFER OF SAMPLES. HE TRAINED SIX OBSERVERS AND HIS REPLACEMENTS, LEAVING THEM WITH THE TOOLS NECESSARY TO SUCCESSFULLY CONTINUE THE PROGRAM. STAFF SERGEANT LAKE'S PROFESSIONALISM, LEADERSHIP, AND DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECT GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE 7TH SIGNAL COMMAND AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
UNDER SERGEANT YOUNG'S LEADERSHIP, THE FORT GORDON URINALYSIS PROGRAM COLLECTED AND PROCESSED MORE THAN 6,400 SAMPLES INCLUDING THE NEWLY INTEGRATED SYNTHETIC TEST. HE ASSISTED IN MANAGING A COMPLEX URINALYSIS PROGRAM WHERE HE WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SCREENING OF 130 COURSES AND A STUDENT POPULATION OF MORE THAN 16,000 STUDENTS ANNUALLY, ENSURING STRICT COMPLIANCE WITH ARMY TESTING REQUIRMENTS. HE DIRECTLY SUPERVISED 23 SOLDIERS IN THE COLLECTION AND PROCESSING OF 11,000 SAMPLES WITH MINIMAL LOSS OF TRAINING TIME. HIS ATTENTION TO DETAIL AND EXPERTISE PROVED INVALUABLE IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE DISCHARGE OF 13 ILLEGAL DRUG USERS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ARMY'S ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY. SERGEANT YOUNG'S PROFESSIONALISM, LEADERSHIP, AND DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTS GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE 15TH REGIMENTAL SIGNAL BRIGADE AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
FROM 20 JUN 2012 TO 31 AUG 2016. SFC McLUVIN SUCCESSFULLY PLANNED, SUPERVISED, MANAGED, SUPPORTED AND EXECUTED NUMEROUS UPL MISSIONS FOR THE DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAM, TESTING MORE THAN 1,000 SOLDIERS. SFC McLUVIN'S PROFESSIONALISM, LEADERSHIP, AND DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTS GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE 230th BRIGADE SUPPORT COMPANY AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
SSG__________ has been entrusted with maintaining the readiness of the Army and the career of the Soldier.
Since being assigned, SSG Trombly went above and beyond the call of duty to ensure 100% mission success. His methodical ability to become proficient in any tasking contributed to the success of the following additional duties: UPL, ATRRS, DTMS and TAMIS programs, and ensured the continuing improvement of the S-3 Training Room. SSG Trombly oversaw the planning and execution of all schools, weapon ranges, and predeployment training requirements for four subordinate units within the Battalion. He also served as Platoon Sergeant where he often worked beyond the normal duty day and on numerous weekends to maintain the highest professional service for Soldiers and the Command.
In addition to his duties as Trainer, Sergeant Jones was assigned the additional duty of UPL by the Commander six months ago. His ability to multi-task, perform his normal duties, and maintain the same high standards in all his duties demonstrates the type of Soldier Sergeant Jones is.