MOS 92F Petroleum Supply Specialist Examples

Assistant PLT SGT during Operation Desert Shield/Storm setup. Operated terminal plt pipeline, working 84 hours per week for 10 months=3366 hours working with 18 (210,000) bags all at same time. Made sure 24 soldiers were fuel handler certified and their safety and welfare needs were met. Issued 10 (5000) tankers fuel and off-loaded 10 (5000) tankers plus issued JP4 through a pipeline to 7th Marine Corps at same time using 1250,350, and 100 gallon per minute pumps and generations. Conducted 3 point FARE (Forward Area Refueling Equipment) for hot refueling aircraft and helicopters with engines running.


For professional achievement as NCOIC, Fuels Training. Staff Sergeant Williams executed 12 ABFDS combat missions, delivering over 33,000 gallons of AVGAS downrange to Forward Operating Bases. Sergeant Williams also rewrote the Fuels section's rotational training program to match training tasks with METL progression, bolstering qualification by 30 percent. In addition, Sergeant Williams tracked 5 War Readiness Material R-11s, valued at more than $800,000, with zero discrepancies during a no-notice inspection. The noteworthy accomplishments of Sergeant Williams reflect credit upon himself, the 961st Quartermaster Company and the United States Army.


For meritorious service as Water & Fuels Systems Maintenance Specialist. Due to his experience, foresight, and preparation, Sergeant Knox received zero findings on the last two U.S. Coast Guard annual inspections of the Petroleum, Oil, and Lubrication (POL) fuel off-loading dock. In addition, he simultaneously monitored the annual $70,000 oil-water separator contract, ensuring continued optimum performance throughout this period. Further, he selflessly volunteered to backfill and assist base POL workers during periods of manpower shortages. The noteworthy accomplishments of Sergeant Knox reflect credit upon himself, CRTC Gulfport Air National Guard and the United States Army.


Master Sergeant Bernard oversaw the issue of 20 million gallons of fuel that supported over 20,000 combat training missions and 23 United States Army exercises annually. His attention to detail guaranteed 100 percent accountability of seven product fuel accounts valued at more than $120,000,000. In addition, during this period he deployed to AL Udeid Air Base, Qatar, where he coordinated fuel movements on the busiest flight line in the Department of Defense. He supervised the issue of 11 million gallons of fuel to over 1,700 vehicles and aircraft. His actions aided in the ultimate success of Operations ENDURING and IRAQI FREEDOM. His expertise and experience was indispensable to the Battalion receiving an "Excellent" rating. Finally, Sergeant Bernard's supervision and dedication to the section's mission solidified its selection as the recipient of the American Petroleum Institute Award for the "Best Fuels Section" in the Army 2012. The noteworthy accomplishments of Sergeant Bernard reflect credit upon himself, 961st Quartermaster Company and the United States Army.


Petroleum Supply Specialist/Squad Leader. Deployed as a fuel handler at COP Nangalam and conducted over 200 refuel missions which ensured the Reefer units, generators and other critical support equipment were always operational.


PFC Malone's expertise as a Petroleum Supply Specialist was a key function of the initial setup of the 196th Infantry Brigade JPMRC Instrumentation System from 02 May to 10 May 2017 at Yakima Training Center. His operational knowledge of the M978A4 HEMTT Fuel Truck greatly aided in the requisition of and safe distribution of over 1,600 gallons of F24 fuel to the 196th Infantry Brigade vehicles and generators. PFC Malone's on-site presence ensured all F24-powered equipment was fueled and prepared for the upcoming JPMRC rotational training exercise.


SPC C's expertise as a Petroleum Supply Specialist (92F) was a key function for the Division Tactical Command Post (DTAC) training exercise from 01 September to 10 October 2015. His operational knowledge of the M978A4 Fuel Truck greatly aided in requisitioning and dispensing of over 7,000 gallons of F24 fuel to the DTAC vehicles and generators. SPC C's on site presence ensured all F24 powered equipment was fueled and prepared for 24 hour operations throughout the DTAC rotational training exercise.


PV2 Rayburn played an instrumental role in the success of the 551st Military Police Company's Live Fire Exercise (LFX). PV2 Rayburn spent countless hours ensuring that our unit's Tank and Pump Unit (TPU) was fully mission capable in order to issue over 500 gallons of fuel to over 15 vehicles during this exercise. This is the first successful re-fuel mission the Battalion has conducted in over 24 months, saving the 551st a full day's worth of valuable training time by keeping their vehicles from making two hour round trips to refuel.


SPC AKO, AUDRY has shown unwaivering and tireless effort in performing her duties as a 92F for ALPHA COMPANY, 29TH BSB. SPC Ako works along side other Fueler Handlers but distinguishes herself by her "can do" attitude and devotion to excellence. SPC Ako has proved in numerous Field Training Excercises that soldering and working go hand in hand.


Fuel Handler/Hazmat Handler

o dispensed and received over 5 million gallons of JP-5, and JP-8 at four different facilities with perfect safety record/zero mishaps

o performed tests on 47 fuel samples for color, water presence, density, flashpoint, and particulate; guaranteed quality

PFC Carmen Africano has shown unwaivering and tireless effort in performing her duties as a 92F for ALPHA FSC, 1-38 FA. PFC Africano works along side other Fueler Handlers but distinguishes herself by her "can do" attitude and devotion to excellence. PFC Africano has proved in numerous Field Training Excercises that soldering and working go hand in hand.


Petroleum Supply Specialist

92F40 Petroleum Supply Specialist

o served as a Company Slingload Inspector; rigged and inspected twelve non standard loads in direct support of remote located Task Force FARPs

o trained and rehearsed all Soldiers to be reactive and proactive in FARP and AHA safety procedures; resulting in flawless execution of all tasks

o instilled the desire to put forth the maximum effort in missions and duties; motivated his NCOs to take on tough missions and succeed

o responsible for and maintained over six million dollars worth of accountable MTOE equipment without loss or damage

o issued and maintained the storage of over five million gallons of JP-8 fuel and over seventy tons of ammunition valued at over twenty million dollars without loss

o directly responsible for ensuring his FARPs were in compliance with all OSHA, HAZMAT and safety regulations; highly praised during two safety inspections



PFC Smalls has proven his technical proficiency in OEF Afghanistan 11-12 by being able to troubleshoot and repair operator level maintenance issues on the Lonewolf Farp at FOB Salerno. PFC Smalls was instrumental in reconstructing the FARP to standard allowing it to reach max efficiency and pass all safety inspections.

o graduated at the top of his class from MOS school with a 94% average and scored superior on all evaluations

o exceeded expectations of staff and is a soldier worthy of emulation

o accepted challenges and views assignments as opportunities for growth

o devotion to duty and earnest desire for success have made him a capable aircraft refueler



Platoon Sergeant

o assisted in the designing and planning of the expansion of FOB Salerno theater FARP and AHA; improved aircraft versatility and ammuntion storage capacity by 20%

o implemented and strictly enforced a fuel pilferage deterent system resulting in only 3% fuel losses from host nation fuel delivery contractors

o awarded the designation of Demonstrated Logistician and completed the Additional Duty Safety Course

o managed and maintained 100% operational readiness of three theater FARPS concurrently by providing non stop fuel and ammunition support 24/7

o outstanding mentorship and coaching resulted in Task Force NCO and Soldier of the Month winners during combat operations

o served as a Company Slingload Inspector; rigged and inspected twelve non standard loads in direct support of remote located Task Force FARPs

o trained and rehearsed all Soldiers to be reactive and proactive in FARP and AHA safety procedures; resulting in flawless execution of all tasks

o instilled the desire to put forth the maximum effort in missions and duties; motivated his NCOs to take on tough missions and suceed

o responsible for and maintain over six million dollars worth of accountable MTOE equipment without loss or damage

o issued and maintained the storage of over five million gallons of JP-8 fuel and over seventy tons of ammunition valued at over twenty million dollars without loss

o directly responsible for ensuring his FARPs were in compliance with all OSHA, HAZMAT and safety regulations; highly praised during two safety inspections



Fueler

o deployed as a fuel handler at COP Nangalam and conducted over 200 refuel missions which ensured the Reefer units, generators and other critical support equipment were always operational

o established a working fuel point with secondary containment and protection againts enemy IDF which extended span of control by 50 miles

o qualified himslef on the ATLAS forklift to fill gap in force protection efforts around the COP

o acted as POL NCOIC for COP Nangalam, provided flawless fuel consumption and scheduling reports and ensured timely fuel resupply, never let COP Nangalam go black on fuel



SUPPORT OPERATIONS NCOIC

o worked numerous hours, on and off-duty, planning and coordinating the operational, logistical and administrative requirements for the turn in and consolidation of Connexs.


Water Treatment Specialist/NCO

o produced 100,000 gallons of water daily to sustain Soldiers in MND North Iraq, contributed to overall success of the platoon's mission

o prepared 3 companies for deployments and ensured personnel were trained and equipment was operational, key to successful operations

o scheduled water cross-training for fuelers, truck drivers and engineers, reduced size of and support requirements for deploy teams

o was responsible for all water-related issues pertaining to the unit; participation in all all planning ensured continuous support

o stood up 2nd platoon's water purification section, allowing permanent settlement and expansion in the region

o maintained 95% operational readiness rate on over $3 million dollars of water purification equipment

o filled and secured 2K gallon water bladders for emergency airlift to remote outposts; rescued drought victims

o developed and implemented realistic and highly succesful training for 2nd platoon's water purification section

o deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom II, provided over 3 million gallons of purified water to FOB Speicher




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