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Excellence


  • total self-starter operating a highly successful section 355 miles from supervision and support base
  • earned M60 MG Master which places him in the top 5% of the Divisions NCOs
  • in the absence of his commander he alerted, assembled and deployed the company to support Operation Just Cause
  • selected to represent the 7th Ranger Training Battalion in the Best Ranger Competition
  • developed, wrote, and published mission SOP for use by Watch NCOs of echelon-above-corps intelligence unit
  • highest score ever achieved in Drill Competition in his first 2 weeks as a Drill Sergeant
  • created the unit NCO Battle Book which was adopted by the entire 557th U.A Artillery Group
  • expertise resulted in his selection to train the Royal Saudi Air Defense Force during Desert Storm
  • resolved over 50 suspicious incident investigations in only 5 months eliminating over 25 CI targets; 10 were ultimately detained by Corps for further intel exploitation
  • master of automated systems; instrumental in keeping 100% of 30 classified systems up and running through two facility moves
  • rewrote infantry NBC ANCOC POI that was certified by Sergeant Major Academy
  • successfully relocated brigade's mailrooms from Nuremberg to Bamberg, without loss of any mail service or accountability of mail
  • responsible for closing PSP 3J, shipping 45,000 tons in 1,200 containers and 1,365 trailers
  • outstanding supply management supervision resulting in a drop in the average time to ship orders from 10 days down to 5.8 days
  • coordinated an active community relief effort through MPS (Military Postal System) to support the homeless
  • selected over 29 other NCOs to serve as the squadron aviation life support officer in addition to his regular duties
  • prepared six tank companies for an intense qualification gunnery with 95% pass rate
  • picked as subject matter expert over 11 other NCOs to train Kuwaiti Soldiers on the set-up and operation of the FSSP
  • coined by the group CSM and group commander for outstanding performance of duty; praised as one of the best leaders in the group
  • unsurpassed attention to detail resulted in 100% accuracy of processing 880 new trainees
  • during the Signal Symposium his section received laudatory comments from the Commanding General
  • improved efficiency of battalion operations, increasing timeliness of awards by 35% and processing over 600 NCOERS on time
  • single-handedly developed and implemented the Chemical School Instructor Certification Development and Recognition Program
  • completed the battalion's monthly Unit Status Report (USR) requirement for the past six months with zero defects
  • pivotal to unit's success in coordinating company assets for multiple battalion and division level tasking with 100% success rate
  • won five gold and one silver medal at the division level culinary arts competition
  • achieved 100% SIDPERS timeliness for 12 consecutive months; received Army Achievement Medal
  • received the Medical Order of Military Merit from the Surgeon General for sustained superior performance
  • received the 7th ARCOM Commander's coin for excellence for exceptional performance during NATO exercise Cannon Cloud '02
  • demonstrated keen analytical skills; hand selected over five NCOs by the S2 OPS officer to help lead the intelligence fight in Eastern Baghdad as an S2 Battle NCO
  • created the first ever 2BCT HUMINT summary; compiled and disseminated over 1,685 intel reports synchronizing the collection efforts of 10 Tactical HUMINT teams
  • selected over seven other NCOs to lead the Commanding General's black book team because of superior reliability and knowledge
  • selected by the commanding general to serve as the brigade command sergeant major over other senior CSMs
  • served in a SGM position as a MSG while his unit deployed to Kuwait for 11 months, returning with no incidents and high morale
  • selected over his peers to serve as the J3 by the JTF commander to train an ARNG staff on all aspects of TOC operations
  • unit operated flawlessly during his absence; a direct reflection of his ability to develop the tactical and technical skills of his Soldiers
  • simultaneously ran both internal battalion operations and customer support operations in a deployed environment
  • passed latest two division level inspections after coming right out of AIT and stepping into the supply sergeant's position
  • instrumental in his platoon receiving a 98% first-time pass rate in weapons qualification
  • developed and implemented a database tracking system for over 5,000 maps and blueprints that greatly improved the battalion S2
  • served as the point of contact concerning regulated medical waste for a two-state region; a position normally held by a seasoned officer
  • his battalion aid station received Post Aid Station of the Quarter Award out of 28 aid stations
  • navigated 26 miles over open ocean by CRRC to selected beach landing site in storm conditions
  • ranked 5th of 85 linguists on the FORSCOM competency test
  • during division Warfighter, nine of his Soldiers earned division commander coins and five earned division CSM coins for their superior technical support
  • received brigade commander's coin for outstanding maintenance of seven tanks during a brigade command inspection
  • completed nine credit hours towards a masters degree during this rating period; only needs one additional class to obtain degree
  • ensured 100% of military leave and pay transactions were processed, exceeding DOD timeliness standards
  • developed and implemented a unit tactical checklist that received praise from several evaluators during the unit external evaluation
  • developed a billet SOP that was adopted as the TAACOM standard and was given to the USAREUR commander as a model for all billets
  • trained all six of his mechanics to earn mechanics badges while completing over 60 credit hours of military correspondence courses in his time off
  • orderly room received commendable ratings in seven out of nine rated areas during battalion command inspection
  • hand selected by the S3 Operations SGM to act as the BCT liaison with the Ali Al Salem deployment center; instrumental in pushing over 4,000 2BCT warriors to Iraq
  • provided imagery products and analysis for combat missions which resulted in the capture of over 10 BDE high value targets within the first 6 months of OIF 06-08
  • surpassed the Brigade's retention objectives by 175%
  • completed eight hours towards master's degree while spending over 170 days in different field exercises and unit rotations
  • planned and conducted two land navigation courses which resulted in 100% "GO" for entire platoon
  • only instructor to achieve the rating of master instructor within the NCO academy
  • only NCO in the battalion to have a perfect score at gunnery
  • created the unit NCO Battle Book which was adopted by the entire 557th U.A Artillery Group
  • selected ahead of eight 88N3Os to assume the responsibilities of detachment NCOIC
  • planned and coordinated the onward movement of over 81,000 foreign national trucks; ensured over 500 Theater CLPs were processed accurately and expeditiously
  • placed high priority on retention program to ensure that quality Soldiers were retained, Retention Program improved by 50%
  • exceeded every retention objective in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Quarter, FY 05
  • instrumental in the company receiving the division logistics award three months in a row
  • provided expertise that assisted supply in winning Division Quarterly Supply Award
  • received AUSA Award for being selected Soldier of the Quarter
  • a D&C expert who reestablished the brigade drill team, resulting in two of his NCOs being accepted to all Army Drill Team
  • his squad area selected as best in battalion and DISCOM by CG/ADC
  • selected as Drill Sergeant of the Quarter, then went on to be the first female Drill Sergeant of the Year for the installation
  • selected as a finalist for the White House Military Office Senior NCO of the Year
  • constant belief in 24/7 combat readiness resulted in squad's ability do deploy in less than 12 hours in support of a Marne Lightning Exercise
  • hand-picked to perform as Battalion S3, Battalion Operations NCO, and HHD 1SG for a deployed battalion
  • instrumental in the brigade's success while serving as rail load NCO during NTC 97-09 loading 500 pieces of equipment
  • orchestrated the preparation of the battalion's deployment to Africa in support of Operation Distant Rescue
  • received the CG's coin for excellence for distinguishing himself during a corps exercise
  • collected, rewrote, and published unit SOPs in 1 month; all done after the normal duty day
  • developed battalion multi-model deployment binder, winning praise from group commander and setting the group standard
  • displayed superlative analytical skills far beyond his grade; selected by the S2 to lead the targeting fight in Eastern Baghdad, a position previously held by a senior CPT
  • efficiently deployed all of the battalion's staff sections, personnel, and equipment from home station to Iraq without incident
  • personally developed, maintained, and utilized a database containing 740 mosques in East Baghdad in order to provide actionable intelligence to the Brigade Commander
  • produced over 1500 imagery products used in capturing more than 50 High Value Individuals who face long term confinement at the Theater Internment Facility
  • developed high quality intelligence products used at all echelons throughout the Iraqi Theater as well as in briefings for the President of the United States
  • fused multiple intelligence sources into precision targeting packets used in operations to capture over 15 High Value Individuals in East Baghdad
  • supervised the production of over 350 daily intelligence summaries during combat operations in the most populous Brigade Area of Operations in Theater
  • flawlessly mobilized over 4,000 USAR Soldiers for duties in Iraq and Afghanistan
  • restored utilities to war torn facilities to help Soldiers and Iraqis alike during Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • wrote and published the first Stryker Battalion TACSOP and TOCSOP that were adopted as the brigade standard
  • selected over fifteen NCOs to be a Platoon Sergeant
  • inducted into the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club
  • NCO of the Quarter for battalion, brigade, and runner up for division
  • shot Superior 950 out of 1000 as Tank Commander during Sep 02 Gunnery
  • received a perfect 100% rating for all additional duties on last Command Inspection
  • selected over five SSGs to attend Master Gunner School as a SGT; first E-5 Master Gunner in battalion history
  • distinguished his tank on Tank Table VIII 1000 pts, and was awarded Top Gun Honors for the company
  • was hand picked over seven other E-5's to become a senior gunner on a Platoon Leader's tank for eight months
  • as Company Master Gunner, guided company to highest gunnery average in the battalion during this rated period
  • distinguished his tank on Tank Table VIII as the gunner on the Company Commander's tank
  • completed 12 semester hours towards a college degree with a 4.0 GPA
  • improved his GT score 20 points through hard work and dedication
  • supply room was recognized as the best in the division, a contributing factor in unit receiving the Draper Award
  • received commendable results for key control, duty roster, and training files during Division CIP
  • rated best Combat Service Support of a heavy company by Scorpion Observer Controllers at NTC Rotation 02-10 two years in a row
  • selected over three other gunners to become his squad leader's gunner
  • selected over five other staff sergeants to gun the Battalion Commander's tank
  • took pride in the unit by maintaining the best arms room in the battalion during two Command Inspections
  • achieved an outstanding rating on 3 out of 4 command inspections, best in the battalion
  • improved the processing rate of pay actions from 65% to 94% in less than 3 months
  • coordinated and executed ahead of schedule the set up of a local area network for 240 computers during the battalion move
  • first-choice reporter on prestigious MacArthur Awards ceremony in Pentagon; lauded by Chief of Public Affairs for 117 media releases
  • processed over 200 evaluations for all four military services; error-free and achieved an exceptional 98 percent on-time rate
  • nominated for the agency's "Technician of the Year"
  • displayed technical mastery of his instrument as solo bugler during wreath laying ceremony for the Defense Minister of Greece
  • maintained 100% SIDPERS accuracy rate for all transactions for 12 months
  • received a 100% rating from the Command Inspection Program in NBC, Property Book, and vehicle maintenance
  • prepared over 30 intelligence updates that were directly used by the CG, USAREUR
  • maintained a 2/2 and 3/3 in Russian and German language proficiency
  • developed and implemented a new automated filing system which increased WATCH productivity by over 50%
  • executed 190 terrain missions, disseminating over 60,000 products in a 10 month period
  • provided invaluable analysis and planning contributing immensely to the success of the largest U.S. military river crossing since WWII
  • selected as RFI manager for JTF Liberia deployment; filled a position normally slotted by an 0-4 or GG-12 equivalent
  • hand-selected to serve as the G2's representative and subject matter expert on terrorism as part of the Kosovo Assessment Team
  • exceptional communication skills; hand-picked to provide the CG-hosted GO level board briefing on a critical terrorist problem set
  • flawlessly processed over 1000 Emergency Action Messages and distributed over 12,000 operational messages during rating period
  • performed the duties of the BENELUX desk officer for a period of 6 months; equivalent to the duties of a GG-12
  • managed requirements for over 60 augmentees deployed in the Balkans with great success; set the USAREUR standard
  • served as the G2 SGM for a total of 12 weeks during the rated period; superbly handled the additional responsibilities
  • extremely competent; conceptually designed and physically built an extension of the Information Dominance Center for this command
  • filled in for a CPT; executed short-fused theater orientation and live mission training segments for incoming Balkan TFF/TFE G2s

Success


  • technical expertise sought by system planners for network troubleshooting
  • selected to train unit commanders and 1SGs on personnel procedures and policies
  • extremely competent NCO who assumed duties as NCOIC of the optometry clinic for 4 months in the absence of the NCOIC
  • deployed maintenance personnel in temperatures down to -30 degrees with no cold weather injuries
  • developed company pre-combat checklists and inspections that were adopted as the Brigade standard for units preparing deployment
  • inherited eight deadlined vehicles which he made fully mission capable through a regimented maintenance program
  • most reliable operator in section due to his flexibility and adaptability to changes
  • aggressively developed all aspects of his job and was never satisfied with just getting by
  • dedicated to self-improvement; voraciously attacked Army correspondence courses completing over 204 credit hours
  • his expert proficiency in the use of complex intelligence automated systems allowed the S2 to effectively and accurately disseminate time-sensitive combat intelligence
  • capitalized on every opportunity to attend military schools
  • all missions accomplished with outstanding results, tremendous initiative
  • successfully supported numerous tests for Desert Storm in order to resolve combat communications problems of MSE
  • technically competent in all aspects of Node Center Switch operations
  • developed and implemented the community' physical security plan
  • instrumental in the successful high altitude rescue of an injured hiker in waist deep snow
  • received accolades from Senior Observer Controller at NTC for job performance
  • constantly seeking to improve work environment
  • adeptly produced over 25 critical all-source intelligence products used to brief the Division Commander during the weekly G2/S2 conference net call
  • produced daily and weekly reporting metrics to evaluate and measure THT effectiveness; used by the Commander to progressively improve the BCT's intel focus
  • tactical proficiency continually sought after by subordinates and superiors; effectively incorporated his former combat experience to BDE S2 operations
  • completed 13 semester hours toward a Bachelor's Degree in Business
  • reliable source of information for subordinates and peers
  • turned a substandard facility into a vibrant work place through hard work and devotion to the unit
  • provided final quality control and dissemination of the BCT GRINTSUM ensuring the BCT's six maneuver battalions had accurate, timely and relevant intelligence
  • took initiative and volunteered to act as the division's web master with little formal training during period of personnel shortages
  • unmatched professionalism and expertise displayed during daily briefings to the commander; polished orator with impressive delivery
  • selected a primary instructor for the BDE EO lane training
  • turned previously unproductive NCO working lunches into effective problem-solving forums
  • impeccable management of drill sergeant and recruiter nominees resulted in zero rejects
  • continually sought ways to improve efficiency and build teamwork within the workplace
  • set the example for his Soldiers to follow by completing 21sh toward a Bachelor Degree in Intelligence Analysis while maintaining a 3.80 GPA
  • conducted confident and articulate briefings to the BCT senior leadership during daily intelligence update briefings; by far the best enlisted briefer in the section
  • selected as acting battalion CSM over four other company first sergeants
  • transitioned supply and PAC sections with soldiers out of MOS without any major problems
  • dedicated to self-improvement; completed 10 credit hours towards a college degree during the high OPTEMPO of pre-deployment
  • served impeccably as a night shift S2 operations NCO during exercise Bayonet Strike; a position normally held by an experienced all-source intelligence analyst
  • selected for TDY assignment in Jordan as part of a diplomatic military mission
  • selected over other, more senior NCOs to assume the duties of CMF 55 Ordnance branch team leader
  • performed duties as 1SG impeccably on four occasions
  • used all available resources to accomplish any mission assigned; a no-nonsense NCO who produced concrete results, not excuses
  • continually sought out by superiors and subordinates as an inimitable source of professional knowledge and sound judgment
  • stimulated individual growth and responsibility of junior Soldiers; ensured Soldiers understood the importance of professional development through personal education
  • technically competent in all aspects of Node Center Switch operations
  • spent countless hours reading and watching training films to become technically proficient
  • executed downed aircraft procedures for five search and rescue missions in Honduras
  • thorough knowledge of technical gunnery and tactical survivability proved invaluable at NTC
  • extremely motivated; always seeking methods to learn and self-improve
  • analytical and technical skills continuously sought after by superiors because of his stanch reliability and meticulous attention to detail
  • earned the respect and confidence of senior leadership through his technical knowledge and expertise
  • single-handedly developed management system to effectively track over 135 critical personnel security clearances
  • sought self-improvement by earning 12 college credits through the College Level Examination Program
  • demonstrated absolute proficiency in the use of intelligence automated systems; maintained web pages for two USAREUR networks
  • admirably filled in for first sergeant while maintaining a positive control of his platoon sergeant responsibilities
  • qualified expert on the M240B machine gun and 9mm pistol
  • flawlessly performed the duties of G3 operations sergeant major during two brigade command post exercises
  • outstanding performance as interim platoon sergeant led to permanent selection
  • his knowledge, skills, and can-do attitude motivated the section to increase efficiency by building teamwork within the workplace
  • sought self-improvement and professional development by continuing his civilian education toward a BS degree in Political Science
  • coordinated the total fielding plan of 461 SINCGARS radios for the entire installation
  • coordinated with civilian agencies to assist her Soldier in alleviating financial distress
  • earned the respect and confidence of senior leadership because of technical knowledge and expertise
  • used sound judgment when faced with difficult situations
  • possessed an unparalleled knowledge of all facets of movement control; provided invaluable guidance while fielding and implementing new equipment
  • displayed sound judgment when attacking complex tasks; fully understood the commander's intent and executed without supervision
  • improved the movement of southbound cargo at CSC Cedar II; reduced cargo wait time by 24 hours
  • possessed an in depth technical knowledge of ground movement; served as the commander's primary technical advisor while deployed
  • developed and implemented a training matrix that simplified processing for inbound and outbound POV shipments
  • developed bunker cleanup plan which resulted in 360 bunkers turned over to DEH prior to site cleanup
  • established an NCO/soldier check ride matrix that the battalion requires all other companies to use
  • ensured the battalion's operational readiness rate was always 95% or higher for deployments and unit rotations
  • currently enrolled in college, seeking a bachelor's degree
  • currently pursing a master's degree with a GPA of 3.7
  • successfully completed the Movement Control Specialist Course and was on the Commandant's List
  • successfully completed the tough and demanding U.S. Army Special Forces Training
  • raised GT score from 93 to 114
  • ran outstanding Jump Master Qualification Course
  • established a C & E maintenance support team for deployment to Bosnia
  • coined by numerous commanders/SGMs for providing exceptional support
  • commended by commanding general for establishment and enforcement of security procedures at a remote collection site
  • commended by the group commander for setting the standard in conducting airborne operations
  • received a commendation for outstanding performance and dedication during a battalion gunnery exercise
  • compiled a detailed, step-by-step, range density SOP that dramatically increased range planning and execution
  • conducted confident and articulate briefings to the BCT senior leadership during weekly targeting meetings; one of the best enlisted briefers in the brigade S2
  • played a vital role in instituting effective force protection measures at the Iraq Civil Defense Corps Battalion Headquarters
  • produced and conducted accurate, detailed daily current enemy situation briefs for the Brigade Commander and staff as the Current Operations NCOIC
  • instrumental in the integration and deployment of 74 National Guardsmen in support of OEF, OIF, the Balkans, and USAREUR units
  • instrumental in assisting with building two new brigades over the past six months
  • oversaw recovery from Bosnia deployment, squadron rotations, and gunnery prep; all occurred without accident
  • successfully introduced subjects and tests in preparation of MOS realignment
  • arranged two musical selections and conducted stage band and 25-member chorus for chancellor of Germany performance
  • created and standardized the battalion's personnel and equipment system, enhancing the overall battalion readiness
  • developed and executed outstanding company-level decon training during company FTX in OCT 99
  • effectively blended management skills with technical expertise
  • constantly sought ways to learn, grow, and improve
  • sacrificed self to ensure mission accomplishments; accomplished 100% of missions assigned at or above standard
  • often hand picked by the squad leader for the most complex and difficult tasks
  • performed exceptionally well as Squad Leader for two months during rating period
  • tenacity and maneuverability as a Tank Commander contributed to the platoon's continued success
  • demonstrated the ability to fight a tank and win
  • set the standard for work ethic; heeded the call of excellence by working long, hard hours to ensure success of company
  • demands no less than 100% effort from himself or his Soldiers in accomplishing all tasks
  • used all available resources to accomplish the mission assigned; accomplished every mission to standard
  • demonstrated a high level of expertise; personally selected by the Battalion Commander for difficult missions
  • a decision maker; counted on to make timely and accurate decisions
  • completed four semester hours of college credit
  • clearly demonstrated his ability to maneuver a company sized element in a tactical environment
  • one of the most lethal gunners in the platoon
  • always looking for ways to improve performance and build team work
  • obtained 100% on common tasks testing
  • totally committed to excellence; his example lead the platoon to become one of the best at NTC
  • completed every task on time with minimum guidance and with superior results
  • displayed tenacious attitude as tank commander during rotational training at Combat Maneuver Training Center
  • received Division coin for personal knowledge and commitment to excellence
  • selected over eight other Sergeants to help run the TOC
  • displayed tactical and technical knowledge consistent with a senior NCO
  • easily assumed Platoon Sergeant duties in his absence
  • received an outstanding rating during Division Command Inspection
  • qualified expert with 9mm pistol
  • regarded as subject-matter expert on all things tank-related within the battalion
  • possessed mastery with the M1A1 fire control system and MILES
  • worked diligently to accomplish the mission
  • excelled in the absence of orders
  • demonstrated excellent technical and tactical knowledge as a platoon leader for over 45 days during Platoon Leader's absence
  • maintained 19K MOS proficiency through platoon and Sergeants Time Training
  • demonstrated a high level of expertise; always personally selected by the Company Commander for the most complex missions
  • learned new tactics and employed them effectively
  • qualified his M1A1 tank fist run during the September 02 Tank Table VIII
  • crew received 100% first time go percentage on Tank Crew Gunnery Skills Test
  • excelled at meeting the standard
  • responsible for establishing company supply SOP
  • led from the front by competing in NCO of the month boards
  • no mission to tough; executed all assigned tasks above standard
  • his emphasis on MOS proficiency resulted in four tank crews qualifying first run on Tank Table VIII
  • devoted a great deal of time and effort to the development of professional competence
  • easily assumed the Platoon Leader's duties in his absence
  • easily adapted to changing situations
  • made timely, responsible decisions using his vast knowledge and experience
  • constantly sought to improve himself reading every pertinent new field manual as it became available
  • performed well and validated his skills as a Tank Commander during the Company's SIMNET exercise
  • stressed platoon training by staying abreast of current doctrine
  • continually sought out by superiors and subordinates as an irreplaceable source of professional knowledge and sound judgment
  • taught himself various sophisticated intelligence automated systems and became the primary trainer for these systems
  • selected to compete at DA level in the Phillip A. Connelly competition
  • completed over 60 hours of military correspondence courses during rating period
  • totally committed to quality of awards, NCOERs and OERs, 100% timeliness and processing rate utilizing his system and expertise
  • demonstrated competence resulted in her selection as NCOIC, Preventive Dentistry Course, over five more senior NCOs
  • his competence enabled him to rank 3d of 20 recruiters in mission accomplishment
  • improved supply reconciliation of overdue documents by 66% with expert knowledge of ammunition procedures
  • completed six semester hours during the rating period towards a Bachelor's Degree despite an extremely high OPTEMPO
  • developed and supervised a company Force Protection Plan for an OCONUS deployment resulting in zero incidents or compromise
  • planned and executed an immunization program for a reserve battalion allowing over 200 personnel to receive all required shots
  • completed the battalion's monthly Unit Status Report (USR) requirement for the past 6 months with zero defects
  • expertly performed security and circulation control of a 6,700km sector in Bosnia
  • prepared over 50 threat repots critical for the force protection of the command; tremendous performance as a counterterrorism analyst
  • routinely provided confident, professional briefings and updates to three general officers often with little or no advance notification
  • handpicked by senior leaders to support SETAF's Afghanistan mission due to her superior execution of difficult missions
  • earned six credit hours toward a Bachelor's Degree and successfully completed two advanced analytical training courses
  • set the example by volunteering for short-notice deployment in support of Operation Silver Wake
  • diagnosed situations and responded effectively
  • commended for outstanding INTSUMs and briefings to the USAREUR DCSINT, DCSLOG and distinguished visitors
  • outstanding job briefing senior officers regarding intelligence linked to operational planning
  • on his own initiative, designed, implemented, and maintained CBT web page on the collateral server
  • maintained professional bearing and confidence while briefing senior officers regarding present intelligence concerns
  • performed as an Observer Controller to assist V Corps CMTC exercise; performed superbly
  • demonstrated a thorough, professional, and wide ranging knowledge base
  • employed outstanding organizational skills; maximized limited resources to create excellent results
  • stellar performer; constantly demonstrated superior knowledge of personnel management and administrative matters
  • key player in the first use of topographic split-based operations during a military operation
  • demonstrated the ability to manage a number of critical tasks simultaneously; knowledgeable NCO
  • recognized by eArmyU for completing 15 semester hours during the rating period with a 3.5 GPA, despite high OPTEMPO
  • qualified exptert with the M16A2; qualified sharpshooter for the German Schutzenschnur marksmanship badge
  • provided daily situational updates and intelligence briefings to the European theater G3 during ongoing contingency operations
  • exceptional performance while working as both the USAREUR Watch NCO and as an Emergency Action Controller
  • handled duties as both the administrative clerk and the executive secretary in a high OPTEMPO environment; was flexible to requirements
  • maintained exceptional bearing and confidence while briefing senior officers regarding current intelligence issues
  • constantly sought self-improvement, enrolled in graduate studies
  • outstanding ability to plan and direct logistical support to bilateral conferences
  • continuously sought out by peers and supervisors for assistance
  • acquired technical competence of Watch systems and procedures
  • chosen from among 12 NCOs and officers to serve on a SOF Task Force supporting SFOR
  • fulfilled the duties of the USAREUR Collection Manager; a GG-13 position
  • designated branch trainer for the new Migration Defense Intelligence Threat Data System (MDITDS)
  • briefings to G3 on Balkans operations were by far the best on the WATCH floor
  • maintained a 3.5 Grade Point Average (GPA) while actively pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science
  • displayed highest levels of professional competence while responding to urgent tasking and Requests for Information
  • earned 12 credit hours toward an Associate Degree while maintaining a 3.75 GPA
  • performed expected duties selflessly; reliable member of the watch team
  • excelled in self-improvement; completed 12 college credits towards an AA degree
  • edited over 800 intelligence articles and special assessments for the CG USAREUR daily Black Book
  • flawlessly processed all administrative actions while increasing accuracy, resulting in a much smoother information flow
  • high regarded and respected by senior leaders
  • updated and implemented the first G2 watch Threat and Crisis Book; standardized and increased reaction capabilities
  • selflessly aided HQ PAC personnel on a myriad of administrative and personnel actions while PAC Supervisor attended ANCOC
  • integrated Force XXI technology providing echelon above Corps capability at the division level
  • coordinated all U.S. topographic requirements as the senior topographic representative in Bosnia
  • most proficient MCS-P operator in G2; became a self-taught peer instructor
  • exceptionally well organized; assisted in maintaining three simultaneous map boards during the division warfighter FTX
  • displayed the highest level of professional competence in execution of his duties
  • performed all duties above expectations and continually exceeded standards; and extremely competent NCO
  • designed and implemented the first ever USAREUR G2 Watch continuity book, ensuring a smooth transition for incoming analysts
  • sought out by peers and superiors daily for operational guidance as well as MOS career development of Soldiers
  • implemented and updated the USAREUR G2 Watch SOP and USAREUR phone book
  • organized the set up and execution of an extremely successful Organization Day; can develop and execute operations of any scope
  • provided masterful insight into the selection over 200 Named Areas of Interest (NAIs) during four division level exercises
  • compently executed DTAC NCOIC duties without supervision during Bosnia mission rehearsal exercise; Mountain Eagle V
  • totally competent senior NCO who required no supervision or guidance
  • created and implemented new and improved WebPages for the online CG USAREUR Black Book
  • deployed as Observer Controller to assist during the V Corps Mission Rehearsal Exercise; performed flawlessly
  • enhanced the division's overall effectiveness with her organizational skills and attention to detail
  • reported timely and accurate intelligence to senior-level officers during tri-weekly Crisis Action Team (CAT) briefings
  • always ahead of peers in establishing a functional and ready Divisional Tactical Command Post
  • top-notch performance of duties as the Balkans counterterrorism desk officer
  • superb analyst; produced daily intelligence summaries and three weekly counterterrorism assessments for USAREUR leaders
  • successfully fulfilled duties as an intelligence NCO in a MACOM level watch; quickly adjusted to requirements outside his MOS
  • planned and executed theater orientations for four KFOR/SFOR CJ2s providing invaluable intelligence support to real-world deployments
  • developed a critical methodology for tracking intelligence personnel and assets deployed to Army Forces (ARFOR) – Turkey
  • used sound judgment in disseminating key intelligence to leadership in Europe as well as appropriate personnel in the CENTCOM AOR
  • completed three college credit hours towards a Public Administration degree
  • meticulous attention to detail briefing the USAREUR command on intelligence updates of OIF and OEF
  • continued to strive for self improvement; enrolled in college courses
  • completed 18sh of college while maintaining a 3.8 GPA
  • provided critical insight and operational support on Balkan imagery operations to TFF/TFE and USAREUR G2 and G3 staffs
  • earned 19 credit hours of college and completed an Associate of Arts degree during rating period

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