Supply Clerk Award Examples

Supply NCOIC

SGT XXX's performance of duty and dedication to mission accomplishment has allowed her to serve with great distinction while assigned to Alpha Battery, 1st Battalion, 94th Field Artillery Regiment, Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM). During her tenure, SGT XXX served as an exemplary Unit Supply NCOIC and Barracks Manager. SGT XXX successfully executed weekly supply functions, reduced Battery shortages by 300%, responsible for the well-being of three E-4s, and oversaw over 90 barracks rooms for the Battalion.

As an E-4, SGT XXX served as BN S4 NCOIC. SGT XXX maintained and supervised the ordering of equipment with a cumulative value of over $500 million and reduced shortages by $1.7 million across four batteries/companies. SGT XXX set the standard for all unit supply teams in the BDE during the Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) inspection and was recognized by both BDE and BN CSM for an inspection rating of 98%. Her influence has enhanced the CDSPs at each echelon.

SGT XXX spearheaded the successful execution of Assassin Battery's Change of Command inventories over the course of four weeks. SGT XXX accounted for all property and equipment in excess of $55 million dollars with zero Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (FLIPL) for the outgoing commander. SGT XXX utilized on- post resources as well as previously cultivated relationships with sister units to fill over $4000 of Battery shortages. Her efforts resulted in the smoothest Change of Command inventories for the incoming Commander.

SGT XXX is a quiet professional with an unparalleled work ethic. SGT XXX is one of the few NCOs in the Battalion which consistently demonstrates a relentless commitment to her job in order to achieve success. Alpha Battery Supply has maintained over a 95% CSDP inspection pass rate in two inspections, successfully turned in six of eight M142 Launchers, and credited as the best Unit Supply in the Brigade due to the SGT XXX. She is an asset to the Deep Steel Battalion and Thunderbolt Brigade.




Sergeant Clark, serving well above her pay grade as Primary Supply Clerk, led the efforts to sustain and improve the Supply processes. While performing duties as Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Specialist, she ensured that all six inspectable areas exceeded the Battalion's Annual Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) standards. As records manager, she was recognized for maintaining over 20 supply publications, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), and an equipment inventory of more than $2,000,000 which supported movement operations with 100% accuracy. Sergeant Clark's proficiency and professionalism, while entrusted with ordering, tracking, and accounting for and issuing Class I and II supplies valued at more than $70,000 for 177 Soldiers were exemplary.




During the MCSI Field Exercise, PFC Salisbury operated above and beyond in a high operational tempo environment in the absence of the company supply sergeant, providing the company with the supplies needed for the overall success of the company CCP, and demonstrating to all that she is a professional Soldier, dedicated to excellence in her field of expertise. Her attention to detail and selfless service greatly enhaced the overall success of the unit's MCSI field Exercise.




Her attention to detail and strong sense of responsibility, coupled with a systematic review and inventory of all assigned equipment, identified shortfalls in required maintenance equipment and supplies and took steps to remedy them. Her determined efforts in meeting individual maintenance needs and safety standards identified for critical equipment upgrades resulted in an improved maintenance environment and reduced delays for parts by 60 percent. Her actions reflect credit upon her and are in keeping with the finest traditions of military service and reflect distinct credit upon herself, this Command, and the United States Army.




Meritorious achievement while serving as the Supply Specialist for A CO 63RD ESB, U.S. Army Forces Command. SPC Kanter ensured that the Soldiers of A CO 63RD ESB were supplied with the proper uniforms and OCIE needed to perform their missions across the theater of operations in Afghanistan. SPC Kanter demonstrated drive and motivation by taking the lead with the RFI issue for each Soldier and officer and ensuring they received the correct items, noting any shortages, and ensuring shortages were filled in a prompt and timely manner. SPC Kanter's extraordinary efforts and accomplishments during this period reflect credit upon himself, the 63d Expeditionary Signal Battalion and the United States Army.




Sergeant White assisted in the complete reorganization of the ASB Tech Supply section, helping to turn in more than 2,000 lines of stock valued at more than 13 million dollars. His actions contributed to an overall 40 percent reduction in stock and helped to identify over 1,100 lines of unknown or unneeded stock and return it into the supply system, saving more than 3 million dollars.




During this period, the professional skill, leadership, and ceaseless efforts of Specialist Carter contributed to the effectiveness and success of documenting over 1,000 lines of repairable and serviceable parts. In addition, she assisted leadership by forecasting material requirements and providing further guidance to team members during the catalog and documenting phases.




From 15 March 2017 to 15 April 2017, SPC Reynolds acted as D/2-162 IN supply clerk, lending critical support to the Company's preparation for the 2016 COMET inspection. His countless hours of preparation ensured that the supply section not only received a first time GO, but that it exceeded standards. As a result of his attention to detail and ability to research and resource, SPC Reynolds' efforts directly contributed to the Company receiving a grade of 99.6% with an inspectable line count of 260, the largest in the Battalion.



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