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  • platoon captured number one and two of the brigade’s high value targets during recent deployment
  • prioritized safety in all operations, including x small arms ranges and x field exercises; led to the company earning the Army Safety Streamer and no AGARs
  • earned Drill Sergeant of the Cycle honors four times during rated period
  • motivates subordinates to exceed the standards; consistently ensures subordinates are credited for their accomplishments
  • cultivated a mindset to get better every day; encouraged subordinates to introduce ideas for improving the operating efficiency of the organization
  • provided the necessary top cover to eliminate distractions in his unit; allowed subordinates the time and opportunity to excel
  • deployed/redeployed S3 section with zero accidents/incidents and no loss of equipment
  • recognized for his exemplary performance by the Commander, Operations Group in the final AAR during NTC Rotation xx-xx
  • his attention to detail improved over xx% of the annual brigade CIP areas; 100% of the previous "needs improvement" areas were fixed
  • emphasis on Soldier development resulted in x distinguished honor graduate(s), x Soldiers recognized on the Commandant's List, and the Brigade NCO of the Year
  • earned the Army Senior Instructor Badge/Army Master Instructor Badge; completed more than 400/880 hours of instruction over mandated requirements
  • as deputy commandant, led his SGLs to earning an Institute of Excellence rating though determination, drive, and the passion for excellence
  • managed world-class leadership training for xx AC and RC NCOs resulting in a competent and adaptive NCO corps exceeding the needs of a developing Army
  • received Commanding General’s three star award for outstanding performance during JRTC xx-xx
  • her superior planning, organization, and coordination led to the most successful unit deployment and redeployment to receive the Army’s Deployment Excellence Award
  • planned and coordinated the battalion truck rodeo which became a brigade standard; cited as key to improved vehicle operators and accident decline within the brigade
  • maintained 100% accountability of all assigned property with a value more than $xM; filled $xxx worth of shortages through reuse agencies
  • resourced a $xxK project with a private sector host at no cost to the organization to enhance training selection for the future Soldier
  • always mission ready, thinking outside of the box; capable of turning any mission into a great success—clearly head and shoulders above his/her peers
  • acknowledged for resourcefulness in going beyond expectations; performs at level(s) above grade
  • is a reliable source that the chain of command & NCO support channel can depend on to get the most demanding, difficult, and challenging tasks done
  • completed _____ course with an average score of 95% or better
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Exceeded Standard
  • cross-trained Soldiers to function in all areas of S3 operations
  • earned the Army Basic Instructor Badge
  • driving force behind overhauling profile PT; developed battalion SOP with an athletic trainer to return xx% of injured IET Soldiers back to training
  • implemented a rigorous Special Emphasis PRT program removing xx Soldiers from the Army Body Composition Program
  • emphasis on development resulted in xx personnel passing the Master Gunner course and xx passing NCOES schools with more than xx% receiving honors
  • coordinates with other first sergeants in the battalion to ensure readiness; selfless leader who uses his abilities for the benefit of the larger organization
  • provided thoughtful oversight and feedback during gunnery training allowing all crews to overcome deficiencies; qualified all xx vehicles with x distinguished crews
  • detailed planning and preparation for missions earned constant praise and recognition from JRTC O/CTs; focused on continual improvement throughout the rotation
  • designated as lead platoon for the task force during NTC Rotation xx-xx; led company in confirmed kills throughout the rotation
  • coached xx teams through platoon STX lanes during NTC train-up; resulted in x teams being recognized for fastest ready time during NTC rotation
  • received accolades for developing, processing, and tracking xxx Instructor Certification packets and reducing processing time by xx%
  • emphasized safety through extensive risk management; responsible for the unit earning the Army Safety Award for the x consecutive year
  • supervised the installation and testing of a remote site antenna system; saved the unit $xK in installation fees
  • demonstrated extraordinary networking skills ensuring the NCO Academy was appropriately linked to TRADOC learning institutions and higher headquarters
  • created a highly inspirational environment for the NCOA staff, ALC, and SLC students to train, broaden their creativity, and execute experiential learning methods
  • superbly monitored performance to identify strengths and correct weaknesses; resulted in 100% graduation rate of xxx NCOES students
  • gained working knowledge of local language to facilitate effective communication between Soldiers and local nationals working in his section
  • created a program enabling the unit to exceed standards during the Department of the Army Environmental inspection resulting in “Best in Garrison”
  • enabled x companies in the battalion to meet or exceed DA goals by turning-in excess equipment within a xx day period, saving the Army more than $xxx K
  • number one producer of new recruits in the entire recruiting command with xx% tier I applicants
  • can achieve mission success with little or no guidance; performs at a high level
  • trained and familiarized more than xxx Soldiers on the use and maintenance of night vision devices and communications equipment; increased operator fault diagnosis by xx%
  • placed a strong emphasis on Soldier and equipment safety, section performed more than xxx service and support missions without incident and accident free
  • led an OCONUS deployment to and redeployment from _____; accounted for $xx million in property without loss
  • completed the TRADOC level Connelly evaluation of 12 installations ahead of schedule and at minimum cost
  • monitored ammunition issues during Operation Just Cause without loss, shortage or discrepancy
  • maintained the barracks to the highest standards and was personally commended in writing by the Brigade Commander
  • drove 2,000 accident-free miles during three major division level exercises
  • successfully executed over 1500 missions without incident
  • enforced command supply discipline program which scored 100% in recent inspection
  • instrumental in earning over five thousand dollars for the Battalion Recycle Program
  • emphasis on safety resulted in two companies receiving Commanding General Safety Awards
  • disbursed over $200,000 monthly in public funds without a loss or overage of funds
  • received Aviation Logistics School safety award for 2-year superior performance
  • only Troop to constantly have three gunships ready to fight during Division ARTEP
  • processed 30,000 memorandums and 125,000 data entries with 99% accuracy, maintaining 48 hour backlog
  • continued to excel at LTC level in managing $750 million of prepositioned stocks
  • fielded the CSM Course twenty months ahead of the TRADOC standard
  • received commendable for Safety during Brigade Inspection
  • maintained 100% accountability of over $2 million in equipment in new $25 million training facility
  • exceeded requirements to support unit during NTC 89-11 and completed equipment turn-in within one day
  • personally instituted barracks reforms which reduced annual property loss from $20,000 to zero
  • maintained a 100% accountability of his squad's assigned BII and MILES II equipment with a 100% readiness rate
  • formulated a $118,000 budget to meet all of MTC Europe demands for training
  • created tracking spreadsheet on over 50 separate items of classified electronic media
  • coordinated the movement of 184,000 pounds of equipment worth over $2.5 million maintaining 100 percent accountability
  • executed eight squad and platoon live fire exercises, without injury or damage
  • expertly managed section's supplies, decreasing discard by 90% over previous year and saving the department over $65,000
  • scored excellent on Maintenance Inspection Assistance Team Inspection visit
  • commended by V Corps Arty CSM as standard for "Quality of Life" environment for single soldier billeting area
  • accumulated over 18,000 accident/incident free miles while driving throughout Central Germany and the Benelux countries
  • under his leadership the battalion received a 99.6 on the post energy conservation inspection
  • planned, coordinated and supervised the transfer of $500,000 of equipment from 9th MP Co to 170th MP Co
  • developed a system to monitor SSSC account which will save thousands of dollars
  • eliminated obsolete parts and unnecessary depot storage requirements, creating an annual savings of $25K
  • received Army Motor Vehicle Driver Safety Award for accident free operation in a demanding environment
  • set up and controlled a 300 line POL valued at $62,000 during Operation Desert Storm
  • decreased supply spending by 1 million dollars through precision troubleshooting procedures
  • instrumental in achieving 99% of quarters occupied, exceeding the DA and TRADOC goal
  • reduced the shop backlog from a high of 176 jobs to a low of 58 jobs within a three month period
  • her emphasis on maintenance and logistics excellence led her unit to the Army Signal Command Supply of Excellence competition
  • created a TACCS paper recycling program which saved thousand of dollars annuall
  • one out of three instructors awarded Post Safety Certificate for outstanding achievement in accident prevention
  • his section received commendable ratings from the Group Headquarters during the Battalion Command Inspection
  • maintained 56 computer systems of varying types worth $160,339 at an operational readiness rate of 99%
  • his emphasis on ammunition accountability and forecasting has allowed 100% ammo expenditure for FY 89
  • was responsible for 16 pieces of engineer equipment which received commendable rating s during the AGI
  • manufactured X-Ray darkroom at no cost to the Army to provide film processing capabilities for the hospital
  • his battalion has exceeded DA standards on AH-64 readiness in past 12 months, 8 in combat
  • his quick response during a vehicle incident prevented serious injury to another Soldier
  • her emphasis on safety resulted in the unit having over "364 days" of accident-free and no DUI-related incidents
  • assumed the duties of assignment manager on short notice; corrected 24-month backlog of administrative paperwork
  • earned battalion safety recognition for driving 50,000 accident-free miles
  • his emphasis on maintenance resulted in unit placing second in the DA-level competition for the Army Award for Maintenance Excellence
  • developed a platoon maintenance training program that resulted in a 95% operational readiness rate
  • received brigade commander's coin for outstanding maintenance of seven tanks during a brigade command inspection
  • her squad was always number one in the company in all unit inspections and CTA 50 layouts
  • was the key to battalion receiving $190,000 for motor pool renovation to establish the corps standard
  • managed $1.7 million worth of equipment at four separate work sites on the installation
  • formulated an $118,000 budge to meet all of MTMC Europe demands for training
  • ensured his divisional units were manned at 100% 4 months prior to the deadline established by the Chief of Staff of the Army
  • accounted for property book valued at over $20 million
  • instrumental in the recovery, accountability, and turn in of 37 tanks left by a previous rotation at NTC
  • his emphasis on motor stables and equipment maintenance resulted in winning the USAREUR Army Award for Maintenance Excellence
  • emphasis on safety resulted in 73 soldiers receiving Division safe driving award and 40 Army drivers badges
  • successfully redistributed over five million dollars of equipment filling out unit shortages in the Army Reserve Command
  • directly responsible for the Troop achieving a zero late status for NCO-ERs and OERs
  • maintained accountability of $700,000 worth of MTO&E during deployment to JRTC training area
  • attention to safety enabled squad to complete NTC, TOW II Study, and Hell's Forge with no injuries
  • implemented a maintenance program which improved vehicle readiness from 68% to 99%
  • reduced superfluous maintenance contracts resulting in a cost savings of over $7,000 to the government
  • maintained accountability for $8.1 million on six different property hand receipts
  • found and corrected a flaw in recoverable exchange procedures, resulting in a savings of $8,000
  • emphasis on safety resulted in 9 Soldiers receiving the Army Motor Vehicle Safety Award
  • maintained 100% accountability of all convoys inbound, outbound and staged at CSC Cedar II, Iraq; exceeded 800 trucks daily
  • maintained 100% of all equipment assigned to the TOC; exceeded $55,000 of which $38,900 was classified as sensitive items or Secret
  • maintained strict accountability without incident of $1,000,000 worth of organizational equipment while deployed in the Iraq Theater of Operations
  • ensured that his Soldiers understood IDF battle drills; resulted in zero casualties during a 15-month deployment on the most targeted FOB in MND-B
  • his emphasis on safety resulted in his squad logging over 2,000 accident-free miles during NTC Rotation 06-08
  • supervised the movement of over $300K worth of automation equipment during a period of 14 days without loss or damage
  • maintained perfect accountability of $250K worth of equipment on six different hand receipts; much of the equipment was TS/SCI
  • single-handedly prepared five tactical SCIF accreditation packets for the BCT and five combat maneuver battalion S2s; all were expeditiously approved by DIA
  • his emphasis on care and maintenance of facilities resulted in Warner Barracks being selected DA Community of the Year
  • tracked an $800,000 budget flawlessly and with little or no supervision
  • single-handedly coordinated over $25 million of construction and renovation work for the installation
  • emphasis on safety resulted in Company logging over 100,000 accident free miles, best record in battalion
  • successfully relocated brigade's mailrooms from Nuremberg to Bamberg without loss of any mail service or accountability of mail
  • reduced superfluous maintenance contracts resulting in a cost savings of over $7,000 to the battalion
  • developed Key Control procedures that resulted in a commendable rating from Post Inspection Team
  • had zero discrepancies while maintaining perfect accountability records for over 150 highly sensitive COMSEC devices
  • saved over $2 million by streamlining command's information management operations
  • his emphasis on motor stables and equipment maintenance resulted in winning the USAREUR Army Award for Maintenance Excellence
  • oversaw the execution of over 500 Military Police combat missions in Iraq without any loss of life or equipment
  • flawlessly managed targeting packets for the BCT and its six combat maneuver battalions; consistently had over 500 targets under development
  • his emphasis on safety directly contributed to 177 accident-free days during two deployments in Germany
  • hand selected by the BCT XO to manage over 250 BCT Arabic interpreter positions; increased the BCT's combat power by 33% by filling 114 vacant slots in only 12 weeks
  • opened lines of communication with the BCT's NATO partners on FOB Rustamiyah effectively enhancing force protection through cooperative information sharing
  • meticulously tracked over 2500 SIGACTS in Eastern Baghdad ensuring subordinate, adjacent, and higher units always maintained an accurate depiction of the battlefield
  • conducted MANPADs live-fire exercises with zero accidents or safety infractions for past year
  • instrumental in preparing $1M of BDE S2 equipment for movement from CONUS to Baghdad while maintaining 100% accountability and zero damage
  • NCOIC of a ration break-down point in Honduras which issued over 45,000 meals with no loss or spoilage
  • incorporated data automation process into duty section saving, on average, ten man-hours per week
  • emphasis on safety resulted in four tractor trailer drivers logging 10,000 miles accident free
  • won the installation award for Quarters of the Month
  • maintained the barracks to the highest standards and was personally commended in writing by the Brigade Commander
  • challenged his Soldiers to excel which resulted in five battalion level Soldiers of the Quarter
  • maintained a 100% accountability of his squad's assigned BII and MILES II equipment with a 100% readiness rate
  • maintained 100% accountability of $40,000,000 of company organizational property
  • maintained 100% accountability of the Arms Room and received commendable rating on III Corps inspection
  • NBC, Crime Prevention and Physical Security were best in the Battalion during last command inspection
  • ensured 100% accountability of tools and equipment in excess of $4.3 million dollars
  • maintained strict accountability of more than $30,000 in donated humanitarian relief medical supplies for the Kosovo area
  • coordinated the movement of 184,000 pounds of equipment worth over $2.5 million maintaining 100% accountability
  • maintained 100% accuracy of 7 Major Subordinate Command ammunition accounts valued at over $28 million
  • processed over 50 pay packets for a Balkans service contract worth $2M; payments were made 100% on time
  • maintained 100% accountability of over $1 million worth of office property despite constant flow of replacments and upgrades
  • coordinated and tracked the movement of 37 Division connexes from Bosnia to Germany without loss or incident
  • redeployed $2,000,000 worth of equipment from Operation Join Endeavor without loss or damage
  • drove 2,000 accident-free miles during three major divion level exercises
  • maintained a 95% readiness rate on the multi-spectral image processor; the highest rate in V Corps
Met Standard
Met Standard
  • achieved 100% accountability of equipment during change of command inventories and had all identified shortages on order
  • effectively managed his section by ensuring 100% of his Soldiers completed SSD level 1 before attending WLC
  • efficiently led her fire team during the company field training exercise, enabling the team to meet or exceed all mission timelines
  • developed a task assignment matrix to ensure subordinates clearly understood their roles while allowing them to accomplish delegated tasks
  • built a cohesive team to accomplish all reconnaissance and security tasks with minimal oversight; completely competent
  • enhanced unit readiness by ensuring his Soldiers completed annual MEDPROS training requirements, raised compliance from xx to xx%
  • depicted sound forbearing, managed priorities; contributed to unit success by identifying and clarifying obstacles; ranked in the top xx% of the company
  • managed mandatory requirements to ensure his boat detachment equipment was operational and secure
  • achieved all tasks in a satisfactory manner; supported the commander’s safety and SHARP programs; accounted for all assigned equipment
  • enforced the unit safety program during ranges, motor pool operations, and training events leading to zero injuries
  • developed a strong prioritized work plan and anticipated change; completed all missions then assisted others to meet theirs
  • supervised an effective maintenance program in the platoon; maintained readiness at xx% with no past due services
  • maintained accountability of all assigned equipment with zero losses or damage
  • conducts daily inspections of Soldiers to ensure compliance of Army and unit standards
  • ensured training calendars are distributed to family members for awareness
  • uses lessons learned to improve training and processes in his unit; detail oriented; always meets assigned suspenses
  • enforced strict composite risk management and safety procedures achieving zero safety violations during rating period
  • tracked all MEDPROS and training requirements ensuring unit was deployment ready; continually sought effective methods to enhance readiness
  • provided appropriate amount of supervision to develop subordinates without sacrificing mission completion; built a cohesive team operating with minimal oversight
  • ensured tank crews were recognized for their performance during gunnery and field training events
  • assisted in maintaining 100% accountability of facilities and equipment valued over $xM
  • trained his platoon during STX, CLFX, and MRE in deployment preparation, resulting in 100% first time GOs during the battalion external evaluation
  • reinvigorated the unit NCODP program focusing NCOs on critical skills required of effective leaders
  • performed an integral role as the 1SG; his leadership, expertise, and high standards profoundly affected the company's ability to function during his tenure
  • ensured all test materials, lesson plans, POIs, and guest books were updated in preparation for TRADOC accreditation
  • achieved all tasks in a satisfactory manner; supported the commander’s safety and SHARP programs and accounted for all assigned equipment
  • committed to the mission; focused attention to detail in evidence collection directly resulted in the apprehension of x high value individuals
  • enforced safety during ranges, motor pool operations, range density rotations, and all training events; resulted in zero injuries during the rating period
  • sets the example in the battalion for NBC proficiency, often lends his expertise to other companies, improving their NBC training
  • planned and executed an immunization program for reserve battalion allowing over 200 personnel to receive all required shots
  • operated HWMMV in convoy operations over 2000 miles with no safety violations or accidents during Operation Joint Guard
  • ensured his team's equipment, living area, and vehicles were maintained in a high state of readiness
  • as a jumpmaster, his emphasis on safety resulted in numerous airborne operations with no injuries
  • established a quality control program that conserved supplies and funds
  • encouraged subordinates to further their education by enrolling in college courses
  • supervised impeccable quality control of daily intelligence products for seven General Officers and nine senior staff members
  • maintained 100% accountability of over $45,000 worth of equipment and more than 400 classified documents
  • planned and executed 100% recovery of $60K of unit equipment from three different locations
  • maintained over 3,000 items of cryptographic communications equipment
  • maximizes the use of all available resources to accomplish any mission
  • enforced risk reduction measures resulting in no accidents or personnel injuries despite the unit's high operational tempo
  • spearheaded the company aluminum can recycling program producing over $1,500 dollars
  • implemented an effective way to manage PMCSs for six wheeled vehicles, five trailers, and four generators
  • acted as safety officer for numerous live fire exercises without incident
  • accounted for all platoon equipment during company deactivation
  • supervised quality control and dissemination of hundreds of daily intelligence products throughout the USAREUR AOR
  • took responsibility for all actions
  • maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment and classified material
  • possessed the moral courage to take responsibility for his actions regardless of the circumstances
  • developed subordinates by encouraging them to always accept greater responsibility
  • developed junior NCOs and Soldiers with an aggressive professional attitude by encouraging them to pursue their higher education
  • developed and supervised the Brigade's Force Protection plan resulting in zero incidents or compromise
  • performed quality control for five intelligence and mission related products to ensure there was no deviation from the established standard
  • made sound and timely decisions in the absence of orders and took personal responsibility for himself and his subordinate
  • regularly communicated successful methods and procedures to others in the unit; team player who supported both his peers and subordinates
  • always made himself available after duty hours to counsel and develop Soldiers
  • totally reliable, completes all tasks in a timely and professional manner
  • maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment and classified material
  • supervised quality control and dissemination of daily intelligence products for seven different general officers
  • willingly accepted opportunities for greater responsibility; never backed down form any given challenge
  • totally reliable; completed all assigned tasks in a timely and professional manner
  • always made sound and timely decisions in the absence of orders and took responsibility for himself and his Soldier
  • proactive in ensuring the section's equipment was always ready to accomplish the mission
  • regularly communicated successful methods and procedures to others in the unit; team player who supported both his peers and subordinates
  • maintained the highest standards of organization with equipment, facilities and Soldiers, sailors and airmen; guaranteed safety of all
  • developed and supervised the Brigade's Force Protection plan resulting in zero incidents or compromise
  • volunteered as a youth soccer coach; provided a positive role model for the children on his team
  • ensured that safety was paramount in all training
  • led by example; encouraged all of her Soldiers to continue their military education by enrolling in Army correspondence courses
  • ensured no security violations while sanitizing hundreds of classified documents for dissemination
  • responsible for quality control and distribution of daily intelligence products for seven different general officers
  • encouraged subordinates to continue their formal education for advancement
  • proactively managed the section's resources ensuring supplies were always available to accomplish the mission
  • willingly accepted responsibility for his actions; never hesitated to make a decision
  • maintained 100% accountability of classified equipment and materials
  • always made sound and timely decisions in the absence of orders; took responsibility for himself and his subordinates
  • willingly and aggressively sought greater responsibility; never backed down from any given challenge
  • exceeded mission objectives with limited resources
  • always made sound and timely decisions in the absence of orders; unwaveringly took responsibility for himself and his subordinates
  • performed flawlessly while supervising quality control and dissemination of daily intelligence products for the BDE staff and five combat maneuver battalions
  • constantly suggested changes that improved the proficiency of the section's operations
  • drove over 2,000 accident-free miles during three major training exercises
  • maintained 100% accountability of over 2,500 Division Tactical Operation Center security badges
  • led by example; encourage 100% of his Soldiers to continue their civilian, all enrolled in eArmyU
  • supervised quality control and dissemination of daily intelligence products for seven generals and nine senior staff officers
  • maintained 100% accountability of over $95,000 of the brigade's major intelligence equipment
  • her squad personnel, equipment, and billets are always in a high state of readiness
  • stressed safety first which resulted in no accidents with over 63,000 miles driven and zero privately owned vehicle accidents in the organization
  • relentlessly pursued unit safety; obtained safety gear and ensured bi-monthly inspections on eight vehicles, zero vehicle safety mishaps
  • submitted three SAEDA investigations; one national and two local resulting in the removal of two CI threats
  • encouraged troops to further education ; continually suggested options available to them on all aspects of personal growth
  • proactively managed the section's resources ensuring supplies were always available to accomplish the mission
  • always made sound and timely decisions in the absence of orders; took responsibility for herself and her subordinates
  • directly brought an imperfect Brigade S2 into compliance with all installation and army personnel security regulations
  • ensured the BCT Commander had timely, relevant and accurate intelligence during the daily Division Commander's Update Assessment
  • always exceeded standards; his attention to detail with maintenance, vehicles and safety , kept the section at 100% readiness
  • willingly accepted opportunities for greater responsibility; never backed down from any given leadership challenge
  • platoon NCOIC during the transfer of vehicles and equipment to the 9th Engineer Battalion in Kosovo deployment
  • handled the most complex problems with little guidance, no complaints, and stellar results; always accepted the outcome of his actions with the utmost professionalism
  • possessed outstanding organizational skills; always maximized limited resources and personnel resulting in 100% mission accomplishment
  • accepted accountability for his actions and those actions of the detachment with the utmost professionalism regardless of the outcome
  • maintained accountability of all assigned detachment personnel and equipment worth over $4,000,000
  • efficiently redeployed the brigade S2 section's personnel and equipment from Iraq to home station without incident
  • aggressively sought opportunities for greater responsibility; never backed down from any formidable challenge
  • his prompt self-help repairs to the buildings have contributed to efficient utilization of resources
  • always made sound and timely decisions in the absence of orders and possessed the moral courage to take responsibility for his actions regardless of the circumstances
  • motivated junior Soldiers to aggressively pursue professional development; all enrolled in correspondence courses
  • ensured section's vehicles and equipment were always serviceable for every garrison and tactical mission
  • aggressively sought increased responsibility; could be relied on to achieve superior results with minimal supervision
  • managed the section's office supplies by coordinating with two separate unit supply offices to fill mission requirements
  • meticulously disseminated threat reporting throughout the Baghdad AO ensuring subordinate, adjacent, and higher units were appraised of current battlefield dynamics
  • accepted responsibility for himself as well as his Soldiers; learned from his mistakes and sought self-improvement
  • enthusiastically strived for new responsibilities and took on hard leadership challenges; met adversity head-on without hesitation
  • maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment and highly classified materials
  • proudly represented the Army in this joint command; adapted quickly to new duties and responsibilities
  • maintained a flawless safety and security record with zero reportable accidents or incidents
  • maintained 100% accountability for over $150K worth of specialized imagery equipment and proactively ensured it was always fully mission capable
  • generated a monthly barracks roster through self initiative and took charge of five apathetic NCOs; recognized by 1SG for leadership in the absence of orders
  • maintained 100% accountability of soldiers who were constantly moving between Kosovo, Turkey and Iraq
  • supervised a chainsaw crew operating in disaster conditions with no safety incidents during flood recovery operations
  • deployed his section for 12 months of combat operations with no accidental discharges, casualties or safety incidents
  • his meticulous attention to detail ensured no security violations while sanitizing hundreds of classified documents for dissemination
  • supervised quality control and dissemination of daily intelligence products for seven general officers and nine senior staff officers
  • judiciously managed the BCT S2's IMPAC credit card ensuring critical supplies and equipment were promptly resourced for training and deployment
  • inspired growth and advancement in subordinates; encouraged two ambivalent Soldiers to prepare for promotion board
  • supervised the loading and preparation of the BCT's sensitive items CONNEX for deployment to Iraq; all items were properly documented and arrived without incident
  • planned, wrote, and then executed the first ever BCT CI plan; several of his initiatives helped prevent corrupt local national interpreters from infiltrating coalition bases
  • accepted challenges without hesitation; never backed down from opportunities of greater responsibility
  • maintained 100% accountability of all equipment on the Platoon Leader's tank for six straight rotations
  • accepted responsibility for own decisions and those of his subordinates
  • encouraged individual growth and development
  • always chose the hard right
  • accepted responsibility for all he did or failed to do
  • maintained a flawless operational record for his tank and his crew
  • encouraged Soldiers to make decisions to improve their initiative
  • sought responsibility that others avoided
  • effectively controlled cost through efficient utilization of personnel, materials and equipment
  • ensured the platoon was combat ready at all times
  • made sure subordinates were well prepared for military schools
  • incorporated risk management in all training
  • emphasis on safety and risk assessment resulted in no injuries or accidents throughout this rating period
  • worked with individual Soldiers to overcome personal and professional problems
  • encouraged and enabled his Soldiers to acquire both civilian and military education
  • stringent enforcement of rollover and crew evacuation drills ensured no Class A accidents
  • responsible enthusiastic leader; never ran from responsibility, always eager to accept more
  • consistently made hard decisions and accepted the responsibility for the outcome
  • always counseled and developed the NCOs in his platoon
  • his reputation for taking care of Soldiers was known throughout the battalion
  • viewed challenging tasks as opportunity for growth
  • encouraged Soldiers to participate in higher education programs
  • developed a leader's notebook for his squad which was one of the best in the company
  • maintained a flawless safety record during this rated period
  • always stressed Soldier safety in training and in garrison
  • maintained 100% Operational readiness rate for three M60A3 Main Battle Tanks through two High Intensity Brigade Rotations
  • always took responsibility for his actions; chooses the hard right over the easy wrong, every time
  • continually sought higher levels of responsibility
  • maintained a high Operational Readiness Rate during rated period
  • maintained 100% accountability of all equipment assigned to the company NBC room
  • 100% accountability of all property during change of command inventories
  • provided students the latest in course material by devoting countless after-duty hours revising lesson plans
  • maintained 100% accountability of over 1 million dollars worth of equipment
  • received accolades from military and civilian counterparts alike for her reliable and timely support to branch missions
  • accepted responsibility for his own decisions
  • most vigilant NCO with security and safety in the section
  • never failed to interact with Soldiers; spent many off-duty hours resolving Soldiers' issues
  • actively encouraged off duty education and professional growth in subordinates
  • encouraged Soldiers in her section to enroll in college courses
  • vehicle consistently rated as best in G2 and in the top three of the entire 100 vehicle Headquarters Company
  • concerned, caring leader, allowed subordinates to grow in new directions
  • created a climate that encouraged Soldiers to learn and grow
  • always used clear and sensible instructions to protect from injury and equipment from damage
  • implemented equipment accountability system critical to effectively managing the division's scarce resources
  • actively sought responsibility and set high standards
  • cultivated an environment for Soldiers to thrive, increasing college enrollment by 60%
  • coordinated and supervised the equipping of USAREUR G2 Soldiers deploying to Afghanistan
  • achieved success with limited resources
  • encouraged personnel to accept responsibility for individual and team actions
  • directly responsible for coordinating acquisition of 90% of office automation, software upgrades, and maintenance
  • maintained 100% accountability of over $200,000 worth of equipment and supplies for the section
  • accepted responsibility for compliance with rules and regulations
  • responsible for all supply acquisitions within the Branch
  • safety was always his first concern in any situation
  • always sought and accepted greater responsibility
  • continued personal education, actively pursuing a masters degree
  • created and maintained the personnel manning roster for the section
  • planned and fielded equipment valued in excess of $250,000 dollars
  • led the way; ensured assigned vehicles were mission ready
  • maintained 100% accountability of classified equipment and materials
  • responsible for daily theater level battle tracking of intelligence assets deployed across six different countries supporting Iraqi Freedom
  • maintained the highest standards of organization with equipment and facilities
  • regularly communicated successful methods and procedures to others in the unit; team player who supported his peers and subordinates
  • actively encourages continuation of civilian education and professional growth; 75% of her Soldiers enrolled in college
  • responsible for $300,000 worth of property for which he has maintained 100% accountability without incident
  • instilled on and off duty safety consciousness and responsibility in Soldiers
  • supervised the movement of over $15,000 of equipment, during a period of one month, without any loss or damage
  • conceived and developed database procedures adopted by the entire command center
  • supervised the maintenance and service of communication equipment worth over six million dollars
  • reported timely and accurate intelligence to senior-level officers during tri-weekly Crisis Action Team (CAT) briefings
  • took a special interest in Soldiers' families and was always available when assistance was needed
  • maintained accountability of over $300,000 worth of equipment while conducting property transfers
  • always made sound and timely decisions in the absence of guidance; a master at being in the right place at the right time
  • never failed to maintain accountability of assigned equipment
  • took responsibility for his actions no matter the circumstances
  • always concerned with safety
  • continually inspected his subordinates and their equipment ensuring they were prepared for potential deployments
  • in the absence of guidance, always made sound and timely decisions
  • aggressively sought increased responsibility; could be relied on to achieve superior results with minimal supervision
  • maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment
  • instilled safety consciousness, responsibility, and integrity in Soldiers
  • maintained accountability of office equipment in excess of $18,000
  • planned and coordinated the transfer of the C-12 imagery system worth $250k from Bosnia to Kosovo without loss to the government
  • supervised quality control and dissemination of daily intelligence products throughout the USAREUR AOR
  • willingly and aggressively sought greater responsibility; never turned down a challenge
  • actively aided fellow Soldiers preparing for promotions and Soldier of the month boards
  • developed new methods for analyzing complex problems by encouraging others to question the norm
  • consistently cognizant of the need for and recommended any repairs, attention or changes to ensure the readiness of the admin section
  • superbly managed over $500k in equipment, preventing a degradation in system access and production
  • accepted responsibility for himself and his subordinates
  • maintained 100% accountability and maintenance of over $3,000.00 worth of ADP equipment
  • insured section's vehicles were always serviceable and operational for ever garrison and deployment mission
  • maintained and improved availability and requisition procedures of the division's contingency maps
  • developed the route and bridge database for the Multi-national Division North (US) area of responsibility in Bosnia
  • sole representative of the USAREUR G2 to senior level intelligence officers of KFOR and SFOR
  • maintained 100% accountability and serviceability of all assigned equipment valued at $100,000
  • always made sound and timely decisions in the absence of orders; took responsibility for his decisions
  • encouraged Soldiers to enroll in college and correspondence courses
  • maintained 100% accountability of over $200,000 worth of equipment resulting in zero shortfalls
  • accepted full responsibility for his actions as well as subordinates
  • maintained equipment valued in excel of $500,000 on a daily basis
Did Not Meet Standard
Did Not Meet Standard
  • failed to supervise subordinates; relieved for inefficiency and replaced by junior NCO; marred unit’s ability to enforce standards and execute assigned tasks
  • failed to maintain sensitive item accountability; lost equipment resulted in a unit lockdown in excess of xx hours
  • failed to supervise subordinates and follow proper maintenance procedures; resulted in the loss of $xK worth of repair equipment
  • failed to supervise and manage accountability of $xM worth of MTOE equipment, resulted in losses exceeding of $xxK
  • failed to conduct pre-combat inspections before missions during unit FTX, directly resulted in mission failure
  • did not account for contingencies/managing priorities of work during preparation for operations resulting in squad failing PCIs and missing departure time
  • demonstrated little regard for the security and accountability of sensitive items during the battalion CULMEX; resulted in the loss of x masks and x night vision goggles
  • required maximum supervision to produce marginal results
  • failed to supervise subordinates; relieved for ineffectiveness and replaced by junior NCO
  • routinely failed to meet suspenses directed by his higher headquarters; failed to execute tasks and assignments on time; submitted x of x NCOERs late
  • failed to maintain standards; section rating decreased from excellent to satisfactory
  • cannot maintain team cohesion during training events; results in platoon demoralization
  • reported to work under the influence of alcohol and could not execute his duties
  • unable to adapt to change; violated EO principles by unfairly targeting female NCOs for their performance
  • failed to maintain proper accountability upon return from FTX; lost equipment/sensitive items valued in excess of $xxK
  • created an environment of conflict; made numerous negative comments about the commander to subordinate leaders
  • failure to adequately forecast training requirements led to shortages of ammunition and pyrotechnics during squadron training events
  • issued insufficient guidance and provided limited supervision to new Bradley crews during deployment preparation resulting in numerous safety violations
  • demonstrated a lack of leadership skill; lacks the confidence, managerial skills, and ability to make immediate decisions without supervisor's guidance
  • failed to supervise subordinates and follow proper maintenance procedures resulting in the loss of $xK worth of equipment

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