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Far Exceeded Standard
  • completed x semester hours toward a(n) associate’s/bachelor’s/master’s degree in _____ while maintaining a x.xx GPA
  • mentored and coached xx NCOs to achieve premium results during NCOES; x Soldiers earned distinction as honor graduates and x received commandant’s list recognition
  • committed to leader development; built and maintained the best unit certification program
  • credited with having x articles published in branch professional development publications enhancing the knowledge of the branch’s NCOs
  • cultivated growth and learning with an attitude placing unit performance above individual achievement; recognized by OC/Ts as most cohesive company in the battalion
  • established a TOC standard for the battalion; planned and supervised multiple TOCEXs to enhance the ability of the battalion to conduct mission command
  • developed his Soldier to win Company/Battalion/Brigade/Division/Installation/Army Soldier of the Year
  • developed and led the company’s special fitness program; xx Soldiers improved their physical fitness by passing the APFT; averages improved x%/xx points
  • mentored x staff sergeants within his platoon with x subsequently selected for promotion to SFC
  • groomed x SR NCOs for selection by the Army G1 Classification Branch to assist in training xx personnel developers from x other career management fields
  • planned, resourced, and conducted training for one of the largest BCTs on the installation; his training plan has become the model for the division
  • resourced an effective battalion Drivers Training program licensing xxx Soldiers to execute APO mail delivery for the theater, saving more than $x M
  • tested, trained, and licensed more than xxx Soldiers on non-tactical vehicles in a x-week period enhancing the battalion’s mission readiness
  • embodies teach, train, and lead; envisions the NCO 2020 concept; works diligently to develop today's junior leaders on meeting such requirements
  • trained more than xxx Soldiers within the unit on preventing sexual assault and sexual harassment during the post SHARP stand down day
Exceeded Standard
  • mentored x squad members for induction into the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club
  • developed NCOs and Soldiers by counseling, teaching, and mentoring them to attend the Soldier/NCO of the Month Board, x Soldiers and x NCO(s) won the board
  • completed _____ degree graduating magna cum laude with x.x GPA; encouraged others to seek additional military and civilian education
  • emphasis on development and management of personnel resulted in x Soldiers attending MOS enhancing training and x personnel attending NCOES
  • dedicated to self-development; gains new knowledge and applies it to improve the unit
  • created and coordinated training support packages to enable ARNG units to receive required pre-deployment training for their first operational deployment
  • maximized resources to enable crews to receive optimal training through which the battery received superior ratings during the IFPC Validation LFX
  • incorporated lessons learned from past and current events to ensure relevant training; passed knowledge to his NCOs through a well-structured NCODP
  • supervised the planning and coordination for the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge for the company where xx Soldiers earned the badge
  • incorporated real life scenarios while creating a rigorous learning environment
  • single-handedly organized the unit’s organizational day which incorporated HHC, students, Army Civilians, and cadre
  • developed a hearty work environment cultivating esprit de corps; enhanced subordinates’ skills assured mission accomplishment xx months before other areas
  • mentored x subordinate battalion operations SGTs during a x-month red cycle for xxxx Soldiers; lauded by BDE CSM for unparalleled performance
  • managed training during company EOD STX for xx Soldiers; ensured the intent of the lanes and testing was conducted to the standard with a 100% pass rate
  • strives to reach a level above current position; always broadening military and civilian knowledge
  • as the SHARP and EOL, educated and empowered all Soldiers in the troop to foster a safe and healthy working environment
  • reviewed records and advised more than xx NCOs on career progression and promotion potential leading to xx NCO promotions
  • cultivated an environment to shape competent, tough, and confident Soldiers, validating MOS knowledge through competitions
  • expertly trained and certified more than xxx brigade combat team Soldiers on critical tasks required to perform _____ operations while deployed
  • increased the unit’s operational capabilities by developing a team leader certification program
  • trained and mentored two NCOs selected to attend Sergeant Morales Board
  • devised a training program that raised tank crew scores on TT VII by 78 pts
  • trained all communication teams to exceed ARTEP standards
  • trained 50 soldiers on land navigation techniques resulting in a first time go for all on the FY03 CTT
  • ranked number 5 out of 240 at an international shooting competition which helped the HHC USAREUR & 7th Army team place third
  • entire squad qualified expert on assigned weapon and received first time GOs on CTT
  • his subordinate was chosen soldier of the month for battalion and brigade
  • cited by the division SJA as having the best legal training program in the division
  • his platoon received outstanding results on ARTEP during the American, British, Canadian, and Australian Exercise
  • conducted two completely NCO lead field training exercises
  • developed and implemented an intensive hands-on evaluation for MOS certification
  • commended by Bavarian Ministry for training provided to Bavarian Ministry Officials
  • planned, coordinated, and executed 1st NCO run BN Live Fire Howitzer Section Evaluation
  • trained 27 soldiers to qualify first time with a M-4 Carbine; 10 fired expert
  • his battalion labeled "best ever" to go through AH-64 unit training at Fort Hood, TX
  • superb trainer; his platoon averaged 98 percent first time 'GO' on armor crewman test II
  • his aggressive training program resulted in 12 soldiers excelling in the Army's Culinary Arts competition; winning 16 medals
  • an extraordinary trainer; his students maintain the highest overall pass rate in the course
  • has raised individual training proficiency from less than 50% to over 90%
  • trained several leaders utilizing the train-the-trainer concept that resulted in Reserve Component leaders conducting mission critical training to standard
  • coached the BN trainee flag football team to win first place in the brigade tournament
  • his squad area selected as best in battalion and DISCOM by CG/ADC
  • trained battalion and brigade reenlistment NCOs to win 1st Qtr FY91 Reenlistment Award
  • researched, designed and executed highly realistic cavalry scout combat training program at the NTC
  • developed a pre-ranger assessment and training program resulting in several enlisted and NCO ranger graduates
  • developed, planned, instructed sniper course for Alaska National Guard
  • coached the battalion's M60 machine gun team to an overall top placement in the CG's marksmanship competition
  • instrumental in his platoon receiving a 98% first-time pass rate in weapons qualification
  • mentored 5 Soldiers to achieve an average of 146 points on the promotion board
  • enrolled every soldier in his platoon in the CLEP Program to earn college credit
  • developed a student training handout which saved the Army an estimate $6,5000 annually
  • trained Division NCO of the Year
  • supervised and trained staff to provide seven separate medical threat briefings to over 1,500 Soldiers deploying to 13 different countries
  • formulated an $118,000 budget to meet all of MTMC Europe demands for training
  • only squad leader in the platoon that had 100% Soldier enrollment in college courses with three graduating this fall
  • wrote the SOP on radio training; enabled cross-training of TV producers and 100% cross-marketing of TV news to radio product
  • trained all six of his mechanics to earn mechanics badges while completing over 60 credit hours of military correspondence courses in his time off
  • placed second in TRADOC Instructor of the Year competition
  • provided expertise that assisted supply in winning Division Quarterly Supply Award
  • lack of battle casualties and mission success speaks volumes about the success of predeployment training program
  • received commendable rating in training during Brigade Inspection
  • trained section to score 97 percent during .50 cal avenger gunnery evaluation
  • developed a "Study for Success" class that reduced course failures from over 40 in FY88 to 12 in FY89
  • achieved a 15% increase in CTT scores, through effective training and follow-up
  • complimented personally by the TRADOC IG for having a superior training program
  • commended by Battalion Commander for implementing the company's first company level PAI Program
  • a D&C expert who reestablished the brigade drill team, resulting in two of his NCOs being accepted to all Army Drill Team
  • his outstanding Sergeant's Time Training was selected as the centerpiece for a USAREUR TODAY television series
  • her emphasis on maintenance and logistics excellence led her unit to the Army Signal Command Supply of Excellence competition
  • mentored two drill sergeants to be selected as Battalion Drill Sergeant of the Quarter
  • organized a German/American Partnership Program that provided the opportunity to qualify and earn foreign weapons badges
  • selected above his peers for trip to New York to train West Point Cadets
  • marksmanship instructions resulted in 96% of the detachment firing expert with the M16A2
  • magnificent training has resulted in 5 DA Culinary Arts Competition finalists
  • responsible for 7 out of 9 mechanics receiving their mechanics badge
  • trained the crew which won the 32d AADCOM best crew competition, by scoring a perfect 1000 points
  • personal attention to soldiers resulted in 95% platoon qualifying sharpshooter or better with personal weapons
  • his training methods resulted in his section being the only section in the battalion to have a perfect score at gunnery
  • relentless pursuit of excellence has resulted in 100% qualification for entire squad on all assigned weapons
  • provided primary training to Battalion medics which earned the section the Division EFMB Streamer
  • recognized by Honduran forces as best instructor during JTX Cabanas 89
  • commended by IG for developing the best Battalion Annual and Quarterly training of 41 battalions inspected
  • trained her NBC Teams to win four consecutive quarterly Battalion NBC Competitions
  • coached subordinate to win the HHC DISCOM Soldier of the Year
  • mentored Regimental instructors to achieve an unprecedented 91% pass rate from the Ranger Course
  • mentored and trained two soldiers for promotion/WLC; one soldier earned distinguished honor graduate
  • clinical instructor for 91BN3 students with a 100% pass rate of all students who have taken the National Certification Exam
  • developed a mentoring guide for Soldiers that has been made available Army-wide; excellent leadership tool
  • coached and trained 15 units in Iraq on the use of the Taser X26 for quick fielding
  • developed and implemented a training curriculum which cross-trained 18 personnel on four independent transportation systems increasing the detachment's readiness
  • cross trained seven personnel on BCS3, MTS, and MIRC and successfully integrated the systems into operations; resulted in more accurate and timely in-transit visibility
  • developed a Sergeant Morales study guide that assisted junior leaders in preparing for these demanding boards
  • trained 30 new personnel in 6 Battalion S2 shops in all aspects of personnel security, physical security, OPSEC, and information assurance
  • prepared six tank companies for an intense qualification gunnery with a 95 percent pass rate
  • his emphasis on combat readiness resulted in his platoon's ability to deploy in less than 12 hours in support of a Operation Enduring Freedom
  • received an Excellence Rating from Fort Carson IG during Brigade deployment training assessment
  • picked as subject matter expert over 11 other NCOs to train Iraqi Soldiers on squad level dismounted tactics
  • coached ambivalent Soldier to ultimately win both Battalion NCO and Soldier of the Quarter Boards
  • trained Ranger Challenge Team to a historical First Place Finish in Brigade Ranger Shoot Out Competition
  • planned, organized, and executed a pre-EFMB training program; 45% of his 25 candidates ultimately received their badge
  • dedicated hours of off-duty time to rewrite or create platoon SOPs resulting in only commendable rating in the Company during BN CIP
  • developed the first ever preventive maintenance program for the BN Communications Center achieving an impressive 98% reliability rate
  • commended by the battalion commander as having the best Sergeant's Time Training Program within the battalion
  • trained and led his Soldier to win a Silver Star in the Culinary Art Competition
  • taught English and Math courses to his squad every night for two weeks increasing their GT score averages from 102 to 116
  • trained and motivated his platoon to be the best in the company for drill and ceremony 2 cycles in a row
  • his squad qualified expert with M9 pistol, M4 Carbine and M-240B machine gun
  • coordinated a joint insurgency familiarization course through self initiative for over 40 Soldiers and airmen deploying to Iraq
  • trained over 30 new personnel in 6 Battalion S2 shops in all aspects of personnel security management after the Brigade's OIF redeployment
  • coordinated and supervised training of six Soldiers and eight NCOs on intelligence operations, resulting in two Soldiers earning Hero of the Battlefield at NTC
  • commended by 1/9 IN Battalion Commander for providing critical detainee operations training to over 30 personnel
  • led the transition from ASAS to JIOC-I, receiving laudatory comments from the JIOC-I Deputy as having one of the best trained intel sections in the ITO
  • his training of the section contributed to the company 60mm mortar section being selected as best in the BN
  • personally coordinated the training of over 130 brigade personnel on tactical questioning in preparation for OIF deployment
  • received Armor School's Outstanding Instructor Award for demonstrated Excellence in Tactical Skills
  • volunteered to teach Land Navigation to 120 students at the local high school JROTC class
  • developed and implemented a drivers training program which licensed 12 Soldiers in the section within 30 days
  • mentored and trained two Soldiers for promotion/PLDC; one Soldier earned distinguished honor graduate
  • his subordinate was chosen Soldier of the month for battalion and brigade
  • trained and mentored two NCOs selected to attend Sergeant Morales Board
  • entire squad qualified expert on assigned weapon and received first time GOs on CTT
  • trained a tank company equipped with M60A3 tanks to achieve a superior Tank Table VIII gunnery average of 802 on M1A1 tanks
  • maintained 100% operational readiness rate during NTC Rotation
  • trained 27 Soldiers to qualify first time with a M-4 Carbine; 10 fired expert
  • ran the 9mm Range as NCOIC which resulted in the entire platoon shooting expert
  • trained three platoons to shoot distinguished scores on TT XII, two of which scored a perfect 100%
  • personal attention to Soldiers resulted in 95% platoon qualifying sharpshooter or better with personal weapons
  • qualified 14 of 14 tanks first run on TT VIII; an invaluable NCO
  • devoted CTT trainer resulted in his squad receiving 100% first time GOs during annual training
  • selected by the JTF Commander to serve as the J3 to train an ARNG staff on all aspects of TOC operations
  • commend by numerous officers for his exceptional training of the national military academy of the former Soviet Republic of Moldova
  • demonstrated excellent work habits and attention to detail that contributed a 26% rise in EIB success
  • directly responsible for 7 Soldiers being awarded the EFMB
  • his aggressive training program resulted in 12 Soldiers excelling in the Army's Culinary Arts competition; winning 16 medals
  • ranked number 5 out of 240 at an international shooting competition which helped the HHC USAREUR & 7th Army team place third
  • developed and led a study group after duty hours that resulted in five Soldiers winning the company level NCO/Soldier of the Quarter Board
  • represented the U.S. Army as the lead CT analyst in a JTF planning support to the 2004 Olympics resulting in numerous accolades
  • trained 50 Soldiers on land navigation techniques resulting in a first time go for all on the FY03 CTT
  • executed a training program that resulted in 25,200 products produced supporting Bosnian elections
Met Standard
Met Standard
  • effectively monitored subordinates’ Structured Self Development progress to ensure career development
  • encouraged Soldiers to pursue education and professional development opportunities; resulted in xx% of section enrolling in technical courses to improve proficiency
  • willingly devoted many hours of personal time to assist x Soldiers through the college application process and the navigation of online college classes
  • enrolled in bachelor’s degree program during off-duty time; completed xx college semester hours in _____ with a x.x GPA
  • mentored and trained Soldiers who won Soldier of Month/Quarter/Year or recommended for promotion to higher grade
  • requested, attended, and completed the Total Army Instructor Course to improve teaching abilities and instructional presentation of training for the unit
  • utilized AARs to develop a trends analysis that was incorporated into tactical operations lessons learned for updates to unit SOPs
  • demonstrated positive attitude toward training events; seized every opportunity to incorporate hip pocket training to ensure his Soldiers were always learning
  • constantly instilled a positive work environment resulting in a high state of section morale, readiness, and teamwork
  • inspires Soldiers at all levels with his work ethic, dedication to his section, and his personal drive and energy to do things perfectly
  • analyzed and developed training to further embody the warrior spirit; taught basic combatives, resulting in xx Soldiers earning level 1 qualification
  • spearheaded a meticulous round-robin training event enabling xx Soldiers to earn first-time GOs in all Army Warrior Tasks
  • requires Soldiers to accomplish all mandatory training before recommending future training
  • encouraged and mentored x team members to graduate from ____ Course
  • cross-trained x Soldiers on infantry tactics for an upcoming deployment
  • ensured all training was properly planned and resourced resulting in certifying x Soldiers; increased Soldiers' skill sets and unit readiness
  • presented the Task Force commander’s coin of excellence for outstanding performance during _____
  • enrolled in off-duty _____ degree program; completed xx college credit hours with a x.x GPA
  • encouraged the growth and development of Soldiers through individual learning; resulted in the completion of xxx hours of college and over xxx hours of ACCP
  • encouraged Soldiers to pursue education and professional development opportunities; resulted in 100% of section enrolling in technical courses to improve proficiency
  • mentored his/her Soldiers to attend promotion boards
  • refined a company-level NCO Professional Development Program to be effective, timely, supported the unit’s mission, and stimulated critical thinking
  • served as NCOIC/RSO on multiple small arms ranges; assisted qualification of xxx Soldiers
  • managed coordination and execution of x qualification ranges ensuring 100% of Soldiers were qualified on all assigned weapons in preparation for deployment
  • constantly encouraged Soldiers to seek financial independence through training and briefings conducted at the installation level
  • committed to improving the organization; makes decisions with the unit’s best interests in mind
  • served as a peer trainer for the battalion DRE; trained and validated xx Soldiers in air load operations
  • motivated Soldiers and NCOs to achieve proficiency in all MOS tasks; displayed positive attitude toward training events
  • intolerant of mediocrity; mentored subordinates to improve and not be content with current skills, knowledge, and attitudes
  • promotes esprit de corps in the section by participating in off-duty functions and coordinating team building activities
  • cross-trained personnel to ensure mission success while section operated at reduced strength
  • diligently incorporated safety into all aspects of the NCOA resulting in no injuries or interruption of training for more than xxx students or training staff
  • incorporated and evaluated feedback from subordinates; created conditions supporting Soldier development and opportunities to prosper
  • placed the health and welfare of his Soldiers and their Families first; met with all platoon Family members to ensure they were prepared for deployment
  • developed and implemented an intensive hands-on training program for her Soldiers which increased the overall knowledge and confidence in performance of daily duties
  • developed and implemented a junior analyst training program designed to reinforce all core 35F critical tasks
  • strove to make full use of limited time to provide tough realistic training
  • consistently briefs his soldiers fully on details of each training exercise
  • assisted in developing a 150-lane orienteering land navigation course for state-wide use
  • trained over 360 cadets during West Point Maneuver Exercises while conducting cadre logistical operations simultaneously
  • spent considerable time and effort passing knowledge and experience on to Soldiers; his Soldiers were always ready to deploy
  • always eager to share knowledge and insight in order to develop his subordinates to their fullest potential
  • fostered a positive work environment by unselfishly sharing knowledge and insight with seniors, peers, and subordinates
  • trained three NCOs and two civilians in all aspects of the G2 Watch mission; always prepared to integrate new members into the team
  • confidently trained a new OIC on an NCA interest target in only 8 days; armed OIC to push forward a significant operational concept
  • instituted the first ever tactical lane training for the CI platoon, enabling 15 individuals tasks to be trained in one event
  • organized low density MOS training for Soldiers to cross train on all aspects of admin operations
  • possesses the unique ability to capture and hold the attention and imagination of Soldiers during training sessions
  • extraordinary NCOPD and Sergeant's Time Program ensured young Soldiers were prepared to support the total Army
  • successfully trained a new crew of 12 special duty Soldiers every three months to accomplish technically demanding airborne tests
  • always ensured that his section training was well planned and professionally executed
  • worked directly with the Hungarian Security Forces to establish immediate action drills for use in Bosnia
  • reinvigorated Sergeant's Time and low density training by insisting on written Task, Conditions, Standards and lesson plans
  • demonstrated proficiency in the use of automated systems; taught herself the Command Post of the Future (CPOF) system and used it daily for battlefield tracking
  • led three Soldiers in preparation for the Company and Battalion NCO promotions boards; accepted nothing less than excellence
  • instituted the first ever tactical lane training for the CI platoon, enabling 15 individuals tasks to be trained in one event
  • trains his section to completely accomplish any and all tasks assigned
  • established rapport and battle rhythm with training area headquarters to enable execution of Squadron air and ground gunnery
  • builds a winning attitude through tough and realistic training
  • extremely adept at preparing his section for professional and technical excellence
  • developed training materials that enhance the soldier's performance and duty related skills
  • continually sought after by subordinates and superiors throughout the BCT as the sole point of contact for counterintelligence related issues
  • fostered a positive work environment by unselfishly sharing insight and knowledge with seniors, peers, and subordinates
  • integrated two Soldiers into a newly created analytical contingency operations team through mentorship and training
  • trained all S2 personnel in information security operations resulting in zero security violations
  • completed Interrogation Certification Training; was instrumental in preparing two new interrogators to effectively operate in the austere conditions of Eastern Baghdad
  • continually trained peers and subordinates how to detect, report, and prevent SCI security violations resulting in zero deficiencies
  • successfully completed the Contracting Officer's Representative Course
  • trained 15 battalion-level interpreter managers in all aspects of the BCT Commander's newly established policies and procedures
  • consistently placed mission first, personal interests second
  • instructed three analysts on targets and tools to track them; info sources, systems procedures, equipment operation, he knew it all
  • developed and executed outstanding company-level decon training during company FTX in OCT 99
  • selected as Instructor of the Cycle over 8 other instructors
  • mentored the brigade Soldier of the Quarter and second runner-up for two quarters
  • understands the Army Campaign, training guidance and resource constraints effects on training
  • trained ten personnel to a high level of proficiency before they were entrusted to work without supervision
  • eager to share knowledge and insight; continually sought out by peers and subordinates because of his vast intelligence experience and knowledge
  • spent considerable time and effort passing knowledge and experience on to others
  • continually trained peers and subordinates to accomplish the Brigade's critical personnel security mission during her absence
  • tactical and technical proficiency a real asset for Soldier development
  • integrated and trained two senior NCOs on all facets of intelligence operations preventing any mission degradation during vital periods of personnel absences
  • continually sought after and respected by subordinates and superiors throughout the BCT as an insurgency subject matter expert
  • successfully completed the Movement Control Specialist Course and was on the Commandant's List
  • superbly executed support to the division level Warfighter training events
  • ensured imagery analysts acquired critical skills by coordinating for two separate TDY training events at National Intelligence Agencies prior to deployment
  • designed and initiated a new briefing standard for the commander; significant events affecting regional areas conveyed immediately
  • consistently strives to streamline all operational areas to increase the overall efficiency of the organization
  • performed quality control measures on all outgoing intelligence products preventing potential security violations
  • relied upon constantly to conduct the most difficult training; the best trainer in the section
  • trained the NCO leadership of five Forward Support Battalions and one Support Squadron improving overall tactical proficiency
  • established a 76Y training plan that greatly increased job performance from subordinates
  • eager to share knowledge and insight; encouraged Soldiers to strive for excellence
  • integrated Soldier into newly created production team through mentorship and training
  • trained three junior analysts on how to analyze, research, and then produce all-source intel products using a wide range of sophisticated automated systems during NTC
  • implemented Warrior Skills training resulting in a casualty free deployment
  • supervised the company's M16A2 zero range which resulted in 100% of all firing Soldiers to zero their weapons on their first attempt
  • dedicated to the betterment of all mission facets by continually passing knowledge and insight onto peers and superiors
  • professionally conducted OPSEC and SAEDA training for five combat maneuver battalions, several military and police transition teams, and 8 tactical HUMINT teams
  • continually developed methods to teach peers how to detect, report, and prevent security violations resulting in no deficiencies
  • fostered a positive work environment by unselfishly sharing knowledge and insight with seniors, peers, and subordinates
  • possessed an innate ability to bring out the best effort of her Soldiers during training
  • commended by the Division Command Sergeant Major for superb performance during Sergeant's Time Training
  • trained three new junior analysts how to analyze, research, and write tailored intel products for a four-star theater commander
  • as a small group leader his students maintained an academic average of 93% without any failures
  • trained junior imagery analyst on the Imagery Work Station ensuring high quality imagery support for operations in her absence
  • possessed an innate ability to develop and empower his subordinates; resulted in the promotion of five Soldiers and the promotion of two Soldiers to Sergeant
  • varied training techniques creatively during training events; resulted in an increased training value and the detachment meeting pre-deployment training requirements
  • successfully incorporated AARs from supported brigades and convoy commander's into everyday operations; resulted in more efficient, accurate, and safer operations
  • served as the leading element during the planning and implementing of new operational and management procedures within the detachment
  • cross trained Soldiers to ensure redundancy while balancing mission requirements, force protection, and crew rest through a 15-month deployment
  • mentored three junior analysts; resulting in one Soldier being recognized by the MNC-I commander for his work on the Counter-IED fight
  • sacrificed personal time after duty o ensure that his Soldiers and their families were taken care of during numerous FTX operations
  • spent considerable time and effort passing knowledge and experience on to Soldiers; his Soldiers were always ready to deploy
  • completed the John E. Reid Interviewing and Interrogation Techniques Course in preparation for deployment in support of OIF 06-08
  • fostered a positive work environment by unselfishly sharing insight and knowledge with seniors, peers, and subordinates
  • his aggressive and expert PMI training program ensured section maintained 100% qualification on M16A2 during rating period
  • selected to attend DIA mobile training courses because of innate ability to pass on knowledge to Soldiers during Sergeant's Time
  • trained and tested five junior Soldiers on driving and maintenance of all assigned vehicles
  • conducted effective classes on Rules of Engagement, Code of Conduct and Army Values for the Brigade Headquarters Company
  • a dominating influence in the development of competent, tough and aggressive small-unit leaders
  • trained three junior analysts how to analyze, research, and synchronize all-source intelligence information in support of the BCT Commander's targeting priorities
  • trained five new Soldiers on proper vehicle maintenance and safety ensuring five S3 vehicles were fully ready to deploy to NTC resulting in no down time or accidents
  • his training excited and motivated Soldiers to higher levels of performance
  • dedicated to the betterment of all mission facets through Soldier development
  • sought out by Brigade staff and subordinate units for professional and technical advice during Brigade CIP
  • ensured a seamless transition of targeting operations during the critical two-week period leading up to the BCT's transfer of authority with the 506th RCT
  • ensured his Soldiers were trained on all section critical tasks, three newly fielded systems and other skills essential to mission success
  • shared Operation Iraqi Freedom lessons learned with units preparing for deployment
  • outstanding marksmanship skills; led a branch PMI which motivated three unqualified Soldiers to meet Army standards, one fired expert
  • demonstrated absolute proficiency in the use of automated systems; taught himself the Command Post of the Future (CPOF) system and became its primary trainer
  • became the resident expert for the newly fielded Global Broadcast System (GBS) and provided training to 2BCT S2 NCOs and Soldiers in preparation for OIF 06-08
  • acted as the BCT single point of contact for six BN S2s for all facets of detainee evidentiary packets
  • his tactical proficiency was continually sought after by subordinates and superiors; persistently incorporated his former combat experiences to improve S2 operations
  • integrated four new Soldiers into the Brigade S2 and trained them for combat; results were evident due to the S2's success during exercises Bayonet Strike and NTC
  • demonstrated the ability to motivate Soldiers and keep them focused on training objectives; a natural, well-organized trainer
  • trained Soldiers to meet the challenges of today's battlefield and survive
  • created new training opportunities by developing a strong partnership with the local German Army
  • used technical and tactical abilities to teach and train subordinates
  • shared knowledge and experience with other supply sergeants in the Battalion
  • trained 30 National Guard Tanker augmentees to excel on the CMTC Battlefield
  • strove to make full use of limited time to provide tough realistic training
  • conducted rehearsals and AARs for every training event
  • enriched his crew and the platoon with his technical and tactical knowledge
  • trained a well disciplined and rehearsed combat trains that supported the company and its commander immensely at NTC
  • always prepared and willing to provide hip pocket training for Soldiers
  • spent countless hours training his Soldiers for an M1A1 Tank Gunnery which resulted in a highly motivated and lethal squad
  • challenged Soldiers and produced exceptional results during every training event
  • projected self-confidence and authority while training Soldiers
  • trained Soldiers as a team
  • eager to share knowledge and experiences that contributed to the mission readiness of the squad
  • trained Soldiers to adapt and overcome an ever changing battlefield
  • ensured mission accomplishment was a team effort
  • devoted countless hours of personal time to prepare five Soldiers for BNCOC and PLDC
  • incorporated safety in all training events resulting in zero safety incidents for rated period
  • unequivocally devoted to NCO and Soldier professional development
  • constantly taught Soldiers
  • accomplished all missions without supervision
  • volunteered to present directorate NCOPD/OPD on NCO counseling and NCOER preparation; commended by G2 SGM
  • trained and motivated Soldiers to excel
  • encouraged teamwork by ensuring all Soldiers were actively involved in training
  • an effective leader who balanced field and garrison duties for 30 Soldiers and 13 tanks
  • instilled train to win attitude in subordinates, peers, and his leaders
  • trained his subordinates to standard
  • his section was one of the best during offensive and defensive lanes during exercise Victory Focus
  • always ready, willing, and able to pass on his vast amount of knowledge to peers and subordinates
  • thoroughly trained his crew in all aspects of MILES warfare
  • tank crew performed exceptionally well during task force rotations
  • ensured Soldiers were well trained on common and individual tasks
  • closely monitored, encouraged, and trained Soldiers throughout their professional development
  • shared his knowledge with his Soldiers
  • effectively applied technical and tactical skills
  • developed and implemented a junior analyst training program designed to reinforce all core 96B critical tasks
  • selected to lead company PMI and serve as NCOIC of zero range due to superior marksmanship skills; fired expert with assigned weapon
  • unequivocally devoted to Soldier development; re-energized a stagnant NCODP program resulting in a more cohesive NCO team
  • maximized the use of automation; trained six Soldiers and officers on Division web page management on three USAREUR networks
  • a selfless leader who puts in as much time as necessary to accomplish the mission and care for Soldiers
  • willingly shared his expert knowledge of infantry tactics and procedures and ensured all Soldiers were cross trained
  • trained and prepared all Soldiers of the platoon for over 15 field training exercises
  • shared his vast knowledge of tanks and MOS related skills with peers and subordinates
  • an important contributor to the success of the platoon
  • conducted company level CTT training and testing
  • trained tank crew to perform necessary battle drills and crew drills without scheduled training time
  • ensured crew was trained in all CTT tasks during numerous CMTC rotations
  • had direct positive influence on Soldiers in all aspects of training and professional development
  • successfully trained and guided two Soldiers to become enrolled in the Excellence in Armor Program
  • Sergeant's Time briefing book selected as standard for the battalion
  • commended by Kenyan Minister of Defense for his outstanding medical instruction to over 150 Kenyan Soldiers
  • set the example in the battalion for NBC proficiency, often lends his expertise to other companies, improving their NBC training
  • always prepared to integrate new members into the team through mentorship and training
  • taught himself various sophisticated software applications and became the primary trainer for those systems
  • continued to readjust training to fit changing missions; Soldiers able to complete daily missions and stay prepared for no-notice deployments
  • aggressively challenges Soldiers to perform to their potential through creative and innovative ways
  • processed and disseminated over 700 highly sensitive reports and briefings dealing with national and theater defense conditions
  • ensured section continuity by successfully training and integrating the incoming Black Book editor
  • deployed on Danger Focus II MEALES training exercise 17-31 OCT 03; responsible for six Soldier' mission accomplishments
  • qualified for the German Sports Badge at the Silver level
  • developed and trained pre-deployment tasks for Soldiers deploying in support of OEF-04-06
  • demonstrated superior training skills as a CTT instructor
  • readily shared knowledge and experience with fellow Soldiers
  • as a self-taught branch automation trainer, he trained Soldiers and civilians on a wide range of computer applications
  • actively prepared for and participated in common task training
  • increased her proficiency as an intelligence operations NCO in support of two challenging OEF pre-deployment exercises
  • devoted appropriate time and effort to the development of personal professional competence of others
  • completed the All-Source Analyst System (ASAS) basic operators course
  • was always ready to give CTT with short notice; effectively obtaining first time GOs for all Soldiers trained
  • sole point of contact for Information Dominance Center (IDC) related training
  • displayed extraordinary skills in teaching basic analytical tasks to newly-assigned personnel
  • selected to train and mentor Soldiers during the company NBC Battle Run preparing them for their deployment to Iraqi Freedom
  • training of three Watch Officers was the most efficient in two years and set the standard for G2 personnel working the Operations Center
  • recognized by the Task Force Falcon G2 for his superior execution of training on theater intelligence architecture and operations to key staff
  • encouraged a positive training environment by promoting teamwork
  • quickly turned the Special Activities Division into an effective and efficient team
  • shared knowledge and insight with superiors and subordinates
  • developed his junior NOCs by assigning them major areas of responsibility
  • rapidly and efficiently integrated new Soldiers into a competent and ready G2 DTAC operations section
  • revamped SGT's Time Training ensuring quality training and valuable experience for Soldiers
  • talented, performance-oriented trainer; readily shares his insights and methods with others
  • mission focus, ensured 85% qualification of CTT, weapons, and APFT for all Soldiers assigned to the directorate
  • worked extra hours to mentor subordinates; trains to standard, not to time
  • taught Soldiers to survive on the battlefield; never compromised task standards
  • superb training skills resulted in excellent support during division warfighter while manned at 50%
  • ensured that all newly assigned personnel obtained a high level of proficiency before they were entrusted to work without supervision
  • trained 40 company Soldiers in land navigation tasks resulting in a 100% first time CTT pass rate
  • set new standards; initiated several changes to current WATCH procedures that were incorporated into the operational SOP
  • willingly shares his knowledge and insight; a natural teacher
  • commended by four senior officers for his pre-deployment training provided to key intelligence leadership
  • encourage a positive work environment by promoting teamwork
  • always prepared to integrate new members into the team through mentorship and training
  • remained focused and positive despite a high OPTEMPO environment; a true team motivator
  • increased mandatory training completion rate from an unacceptable 60% to a commendable 92% within months of assuming her duties
  • confidence in personal and professional abilities enabled him to excel while instructing two classes on the newly fielded MCS-P
  • designed training programs for new systems not available in the Basic Terrain Analysis Course
  • called attention to major points of importance, anticipated difficulties, and planned appropriate training for the section
  • upheld the high training standards expected by watch supervisors
  • volunteered to fill assistant Network Administrator position in SETAF's pre-deployment exercise; a great asset to the HICON team
  • organized and restructured G2 Watch Standard Operating Procedures; liaison with components and staff much more organized
  • learned automation skills required for watch duties; trained for readiness and the unexpected
  • coordinated and established new imagery training requirements for contingency operations in the Balkans
  • coordinated and contributed to highly successful transfer of authority between KFOR 5B to 6A on imagery related tasks
  • demonstrated exceptional briefing skills; superior communicator
  • designed a train the trainer program resulting in a seamless transition between 1 ID and 1 AD terrain teams
  • initiated a leadership training program ensuring Soldiers performed beyond their grades and positions
  • gave five Iron Time Training classes on division level operations prior to an exercise
  • effectively trained Soldiers on new and unfamiliar equipment to successfully operate within a Division Tactical Command Post
  • his expert knowledge and insight were irreplaceable during critical training events
  • successfully completed Dreamweaver training, received accolades from course instructor for her performance
  • trained one civilian and two NCOs to take on vital tasks preventing any degradation of the section's mission
  • provided valuable training support as an intelligence analyst during the 1st Infantry Division (M) Mission Rehearsal Training exercise
  • easily adapted to the dynamic environment of the Operations Center; trusted to receive and disseminate the most detailed guidance
  • shared her technical and tactical knowledge; a great instructor to the Soldiers
  • set new standards; initiated several changes to current Watch procedures that were incorporated into operational SOPs
  • conducted specialized training for company on intelligence related surveillance equipment
  • directly responsible for improving weapons qualification across the division
  • continuously trained newly arrived Soldiers and civilians on daily G2 Watch LNO procedures
  • wrote and updated the Standard Operations Procedures (SOP) to reflect the current mission of the G2 Watch LNO
  • assisted in the training and development of four new communications Soldiers, ensuring they were fully trained to perform the mission
  • trained two junior analysts to modify and post the USAREUR Black Book to the SIPRNET and SCI websites
  • trained superiors and peers on G2 Watch LNO procedures
  • demonstrated exceptional knowledge and skills to handle complex tasks during time of high OPTEMPO
Did Not Meet Standard
  • continually fails to attend required NCOES schooling; questionable reasons for non-attendance are ill-timed in notification
  • failed to begin or complete any military or civilian education; reluctant to accept responsibility for development and improving organizational effectiveness
  • fails to coach or mentor Soldiers to participate in any Soldier of the Month or promotion boards
  • rated NCO did not foster an environment of fair treatment or awareness of others which allowed turmoil and low morale to breed among the junior enlisted
  • failed to effectively develop subordinates by not allowing Soldiers to learn from their mistakes
  • did not accurately track mandatory training resulting in expired weapons qualification and APFT results for Soldiers in his team/crew
  • inappropriate conduct adversely affected morale and discipline among peers and subordinates
  • demonstrated a lack of knowledge in most assigned duties, does not follow instructions resulting in mission failure, and is a threat to the safety of the company
  • mismanaged time and effort during maintenance days; failed battalion-level inspections on multiple checklist items; single-handedly lowered OR rate by xx%
  • displayed indifference toward suggestions for correcting substandard performance; missed numerous opportunities for improvement and career progression
  • failed to attend scheduled new equipment training, resulting in section non-mission capable equipment due to improper maintenance practices
  • created a hostile work environment by accepting zero responsibility for PCCs and PCIs; resulted in numerous missed missions and non-operational equipment
  • failed to ensure subordinates completed mandatory annual training
  • did not adequately manage his unit’s professional development needs; did not attempt to develop subordinates for positions of greater responsibility
  • unwilling to extend assistance to sister units; put self before overall unit improvement
  • fails to foster growth or development; maintains a zero-defect mentality
  • fails to address Soldiers on their responsibilities to attend NCOES and MOS enhancement courses; perfectly content with personal and professional stagnation
  • Soldiers unable to attend NCOES due to lack of preparation
  • failed to complete appropriate level of SSD, ineligible for NCOES
  • tenure as 1SG characterized by multiple failures due to lack of foresight to cross-train personnel on the unit’s key functions
  • disregard for AAR feedback led to repeated inability of his platoon to accomplish hasty breaches during _____; unable or unwilling to apply lessons learned
  • failure to accurately track mandatory training resulted in expired weapons qualification and APFT results leaving Soldiers in his troop ineligible to compete for promotion
  • failed to motivate his Soldier to pass consecutive APFTs, led to the Soldier’s separation
  • failed to foster a climate of dignity and respect and adherence to the SHARP program
  • failed to remain skill proficiency; unable to train section on updates to mission critical equipment
  • took an apathetic approach to the health and welfare of troops; entire squad failed to meet the height and weight standards
  • insensitive leader who did not display empathy or understanding of the multi-cultural climate of the Army; made disparaging remarks not conducive to a positive climate
  • perception of favoritism affected morale/discipline/development within his squad/platoon
  • failed to plan ahead and manage current training requirements; changed the training plan without request or approval
  • failed to develop subordinates; did not perform mandatory performance counseling
  • failed to report EO and SHARP complaints through chain of command
  • failed to motivate and assist in the growth of others; none of his subordinates completed any military or civilian education during the rating period
  • fails to use his free time to improve his MOS knowledge to become a better leader
  • provided little direction and guidance to SGLs requiring the senior SGL to step up, lead, and ultimately ensure mission success
  • lacked the necessary expertise needed to foster a winning work environment; unable to create a cohesive team focused on mission goals
  • displayed indifference toward suggestions for correcting substandard performance; missed numerous opportunities for improvement and career progression
  • failed to reinforce and develop shop processes, resulting in increased down-time for non-mission capable pacing items
  • showed little interest in developing subordinates beyond their current skill level; failed to cross-train in MOS tasks outside normal duty positions
  • failed to use proper time management; missed movement with subordinates because of improper load plans and placarding resulting in delayed missions

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