For meritorious achievement as Motor Pool NCOIC. Upon completion of the Transfer of Authority, Sergeant Smith immediately began the daunting task of reorganizing, cleaning, and repairing the TASMG Motor Pool and the SAMS-E logistical maintenance system. Through his tireless efforts, remarkable leadership and with limited tools and resources, Sergeant Smith increased the operational readiness rate of rolling stock assigned to the TASMG Motor Pool from 65% to 95% fully mission capable. Sergeant Smith accomplished this feat within 60 days of assuming responsibility. Sergeant Smith's diligent efforts and dedication to duty reflect great credit upon himself, the unit, and the United States Army.
For outstanding achievement as the Motor Pool Sergeant. His exemplary handling of administrative matters attested to his professional knowledge, willingness to accept responsibility, attention to detail, and the ability to adapt himself to any assignment or situation. He requested and received training from the COMET team and immediately started to put what he learned into effect to improve the motor pool operations and ensure compliance with standards. Staff Sergeant Perez's performance during this time period reflects great credit upon himself, the unit, and the United States Army.
For meritorious service as Motor Pool NCO from ---------- to ---------. Staff Sergeant Herbert Auble was solely responsible for the daily production control and all logistical operations in the TASMG Motor Pool. He served as second in charge of the TASMG Motor Pool and was often called upon to serve as the NCOIC. In this role, he seamlessly executed the duties of senior NCOs in the section and provided higher headquarters with detailed internal weekly reports as to the status and disposition of each piece of equipment assigned to the TASMG Motor Pool. In addition, he conducted transportation missions as the Motor Pool Sergeant and his outstanding performance and dedication to duty played a major factor in the 1128th Tactical Operations' mission success. Staff Sergeant Auble's performance during this time period reflects great credit upon himself, the unit, and the United States Army.
For meritorious service as Motor Pool Chief in support of GWOT operations from XXXXX XXXX to XXXXX XXXX. Serving outside the scope of his assigned duties, MSG Corgoran used his initiative and researched how to turn in Theater provided equipment (TPE) and AMCOM property (TEP). His proactive efforts resulted in over 3 million dollars worth of vehicles and equipment being turned in. Additionally, to sustain critical operations, MSG Corgoran completed 37 off-post part procurements missions to Kuwait City and successfully negotiated the special purchase of mission essential parts. These parts were vital to the SSA's mission and restored all of the SSA's forklifts to 100% fully mission capable. The accomplishments of MSG Corgoran bring great credit upon himself, the SSA and the United States Army.