During a two-day public open house, Sergeant Klein supervised a medical aid station that provided first aid services to injured personnel and provided practical demonstrations on the use of medical equipment. Using a total of 12 personnel, he established a duty roster of 4 teams. Team 1 and team 2 performed actual first aid treatment, team 3 performed demonstrations and information about first aid services, and team 4 was off duty. Teams were rotated every 3 hours. Sergeant Klein's organization and supervision of the first aid facilities provided efficient actual first aid treatment and educational first aid demonstrations.
As a Junior NCO in the Higher Adjacent Lower Supported Subordinate cell, his efforts saved over 50 live role players as well as the other scripted players. His tact and hard work, positive attitude toward his job, and willingness to accept additional responsibilities were particularly vital to the Medical Readiness and Training Command (MRTC) throughout the exercise.
SPC Moses established a Battalion-wide Standard Operation Procedure for assessing Medical Readiness. After implementing the new SOP, he trained his fellow Senior Medics in creating a weekly MEDPROS Readiness Tracker, greatly assisting the Company Commanders and First Sergeants in assessing and maintaining medical readiness.
SPC Taylor took part in one of the largest vaccine pushes in the history of the military (SPV) and is a large asset in coordinating efforts for the medical readiness of the Global Response Force. He trained Soldiers from every Battalion on immunizations and assisted coordinating efforts for mass immunization on a Brigade scale.
SGT Rock organized and conducted a Basic Life Support Course for 13 Medics from throughout the Brigade. He facilitated the successful training and testing with 100% pass rate. He demonstrated mature leadership skills and superior technical knowledge which was essential in helping maintain medical readiness and MOS sustainment.
SFC Lark dramatically improved the overall medical readiness of the 128 Engineer Brigade during his tenure to include improving medical readiness from 60% to 93%, improving the deployment readiness from less than 60% to nearly 90%, and improved the 68W sustainment and certification program from 70% to 95%. His leadership was instrumental in 333 Soldiers completing CLS course with a 100% first time pass rate. SFC Lark performed efficiently as the Medical Plans OIC, in the absence of an assigned officer. By filling this position, he was able to ensure the medical deployment needs of two subordinate Engineer Battalions to OIF without disruption from an unfilled OIC position.
STAFF SERGEANT KROMEYER ASSISTED IN MAINTAINING THE MEDICAL READINESS FOR ALL SOLDIERS ON FLIGHT DUTY STATUS IN THE DELAWARE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD FROM XXXXXXXX TO XXXXXXXX. HIS SKILLS WERE ESSENTIAL AS HE WAS CALLED UPON TO PERFORM THE DUTIES OF BOTH MEDIC AND PAD ON A REGULAR BASIS. IN ADDITION, HIS KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS WERE OFTEN NEEDED BY THE MEDICAL DETACHMENT IN ORDER TO COMPLETE THEIR SRP DUTIES. HIS CALM DEMEANOR AND EXTENSIVE KNOWLEDGE WERE AN ESSENTIAL ELEMENT IN THE SUCCESS OF ON-GOING OPERATIONS FOR THE DELAWARE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD AVIATION PROGRAM. STAFF SERGEANT KROMEYER'S ACTIONS BRING CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE DELAWARE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
FOR PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AS THE ARMY RESERVE ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE 412TH CIVIL AFFAIRS BATTALION HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY DURING THE BATTALION'S SOLDIER READINESS PROCESSING EVENT FROM 10 AUGUST 2018 TO 20 AUGUST 2018. STAFF SERGEANT MICHELLE POZZI'S RELENTLESS EFFORTS AND ATTENTION TO DETAIL RESULTED IN 130 SOLDIERS BEING PROCESSED AND AN INCREASED MEDICAL READINESS FOR THE BATTALION. HER ABILITY TO COORDINATE AND LIAISON WITH OUTSIDE UNITS AND MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS WAS EXTREMELY PRODUCTIVE AND A MAJOR FACTOR IN THE SUCCESS OF THE UNIT DURING THIS TIME. STAFF SERGEANT POZZI'S ACTIONS BRING CREDIT UPON HERSELF, THE 412TH CIVIL AFFAIRS BATTALION (AIRBORNE), AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.