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(Military and Professional Bearing, Fitness, Confidence, Resilience)

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Far Exceeded Standard
  • improved the company physical fitness program which led to a xxx APFT average; xx% of Soldiers scored 270 or above, a x% increase, the second best average in BDE
  • led from the front during company physical readiness training (PRT); scored 270-300 on the APFT and awarded the Army Physical Fitness Badge; platoon APFT average is xxx
  • scored in the top 5% of the battalion on the APFT; demonstrates mental and physical fitness beyond his peers; xx of his/her Soldiers earned the Army Physical Fitness Badge
  • scored 300+ and won Iron Soldier award for having the highest APFT score in the BN/BDE
  • increased platoon/company APFT average from xxx to xxx as a direct result of commitment to PRT support and Soldier readiness
  • received a commander’s coin of excellence for leading a garrison postpartum PRT program, enrolled Soldiers passed the APFT and met height/weight standards
  • hand-picked to run the Master Fitness Program for Fort _____; increased unit fitness by xx% in all affected formations
  • developed and implemented a Profile Physical Training program; decreased temporary profiles by xx%
  • x Soldiers selected for the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club/Sergeant Morales Club board
  • inducted into the prestigious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club/S Morales Club; commanding presence and demeanor energized and motivated those around him
  • leads the most resilient unit in the organization; his calm demeanor and confidence encouraged all Soldiers to maintain focus under adverse conditions
  • displayed the highest level of confidence, enthusiasm, and impeccable military bearing for his SGLs and NCOA students to emulate
  • regarded as an expert in drill and ceremonies for establishing the brigade drill team; resulted in two of his NCOs being selected for the division color guard
  • received the Order of _____ (branch award) for exceptional dedication, competence, and contributions to the _____ regiment/branch
Exceeded Standard
  • displayed a high level of physical fitness by consistently scoring 250+ on the APFT with 80+ in each event
  • improved the platoon physical fitness program which led to a xxx APFT average, an increase of x
  • raised the company APFT average by xx after implementing an aggressive approach for supervising and conducting daily physical training
  • rigid enforcement of AR 600-9 standards led to x Soldiers being removed from the Army Body Composition Program; platoon APFT average rose by xx to xxx
  • resilient leader who fostered organizational focus; exemplified adherence to standards through appearance, demeanor, and actions
  • conducted a rigorous physical training regimen; resulted in xx NCOs scoring in the top 10% of the company; increased unit’s strength and endurance
  • supervised a rigorous PRT program; resulted in a 100% APFT pass rate for all unit Soldiers during rated period
  • managed stress and inspired Soldiers to provide mission essential intelligence and threat warnings to elements of four Battalions operating at seven locations
  • a confident leader who makes decisions based on the best interests of the organization; one of the most trusted leaders in the unit
  • impeccable bearing, confidence, and appearance serve as a role model for all noncommissioned officers
  • chosen by the CSM to lead the BDE color guard due to his exceptional commanding presence, appearance, and bearing
  • recognized by OC/T for having constant presence and confident demeanor despite grueling OPTEMPO during NTC Rotation xx-xx; inspired the entire troop
  • during Rotation xx-x after losing the platoon leader, took decisive action to regroup platoon and destroy OPFOR main body without further loss
  • selected over x other NCOs as the Battalion/Brigade NCO of the Quarter
  • awarded the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club/Sergeant Morales club medallion
  • scored 297 on APFT; set the standard for the platoon to follow
  • awarded the Army Physical Fitness Badge; scored 283 on last APFT
  • maintained a team APFT average of 294
  • received highest grade in company on unique SEAL physical fitness test; 300 on APFT
  • physically fit, scored 300 on most recent APFT
  • was Post racquetball Championship runner-up
  • earned the APFT Badge
  • scored 290 on last Physical Fitness Test
  • won post boxing championship
  • selected as MVP for base level softball team
  • consistently scores 300 on physical fitness tests
  • earned the Physical Fitness Badge by scoring a 291 on the APFT
  • consistently averaged over 290 on the physical fitness test with a squad average of a 270
  • directly responsible for an increase of platoon average APFT score from 257 to 283
  • biked across Georgia; 468 miles in 6 days
  • conducted a challenging and rigorous platoon PT program which resulted in a platoon average of 270; highest in company
  • developed a rigorous PT program which resulted in improvement of section APFT scores from an average of 224 to an average of 246
  • led command 4-mile runs for last year with one-half pound of screws and braces in his hip
  • selected Tooele Army Depot's Athlete of the Year
  • maintained professional bearing and concern in dealing with over 750 new second lieutenants
  • won the battalion Iron Award for scoring 356 points on the extended APFT scale
  • his platoon averaged 286 points on the APFT due to his training
  • selected as US Army Europe's NCO of the Year
  • through his example and leadership the company average on last two APFTs was above 270
  • won first place in battalion physical fitness competition with extended APFT score of 496
  • coach and starting player for 1st place division basketball team
  • selected as Post Athlete of the Year
  • competed and consistently placed 1st with battalion cross country team
  • qualified for a position on the US Army Parachute Team
  • improved APFT score by 40 points
  • raised the platoon PT average score by 50%
  • a dynamic and energetic NCO who excels in all areas, routinely scores above 290 on each APFT and sets the example for all
  • achieved the highest score in the company in the most recent Silver Streamer APFT scoring 357 on the extended scale
  • graduated Ranger, Airborne, Air Assault, and Combat Leaders courses at 41 years of age
  • rehabilitated blown out knee and won Physical Fitness Badge
  • completed a physically demanding ascent to the summit of Cotopaxi, 19,757 feet
  • placed first in weight division in the 1992 Fort Benning Bodybuilding Contest
  • selected for and competed with the All Army Women's Basketball Team, won the second place trophy
  • as company fitness trainer raised company APFT average from 236 to 262
  • distinguished Honor Graduate of Master Fitness Trainer Course
  • won 1992 American Drug Free Powerlifting Association Men's National Competition
  • portrayed image of NCO in Spirit of America Pageant before 60,000 spectators, including President Bush
  • led company marathon relay to a first and second place finish
  • took first place in the Commander's Cup over teams from the Army, Air Force, and Marines
  • consistently scored 300 points on the APFT; recognized as the top runner in the command
  • through his example and leadership the company average on last two APFTs was above 270
  • developed a PT program for the staff which improved each score by at least 20 points
  • helped his clinic win the Commanders Trophy for APFT Excellence for the fourth consecutive cycle
  • six out of seven of her Soldiers scored 290 or more on the unit APFT team; APFT average of 294
  • completed vigorous physically challenging competitions in the Washington DC Aids Ride, 9/11 Memorial Ride, Army Ten Miler and Marine Corps Marathon
  • finished first in class on 10K division run
  • received 1st place in three international weight lifting events
  • with her proactive involvement, raised her platoon's APFT average from 227 to 268
  • a role model for Soldiers; awarded the Army Physical Fitness Badge by scoring 290 on last APFT, maintained impeccable military bearing and appearance
  • achieved the highest score in the company in the most recent APFT, scoring 357 on the extended scale
  • awarded Div Coin from CG, 82nd Airborne Div for uniform appearance during the annual General inspection
  • hand-picked to march as a member of the USAREUR Honor Guard
  • scored 300 on last APFT
  • earned the Physical Fitness Badge by scoring a 291 on the APFT
  • consistently averaged over 290 on the physical fitness test with a squad average of a 270
  • directly responsible for an increase of platoon average APFT score from 257 to 283
  • selected for NCO of the quarter
  • USAREUR boxing champion for the second straight year
  • conducted a challenging and rigorous platoon PT program which resulted in a platoon average of 270; highest in company
  • scored 297 on APFT; set the standard for the platoon to follow
  • developed a rigorous PT program which resulted in improvement of section APFT scores from an average of 224 to an average of 246
  • maintained a team APFT average of 294
  • biked across Georgia; 468 miles in 6 days
  • won the battalion Ironperson Award for scoring 356 points on the extended APFT scale
  • superb physical condition; earned the physical fitness excellence badge by scoring a 277 on last APFT
Met Standard
  • maintained impeccable military bearing and appearance even when placed in high-stress situations and working long hours
  • maintains the appropriate level of fitness to accomplish the mission and demands the same of his Soldiers
  • completed assigned tasks on time and put forth adequate effort toward ensuring his/her duties and responsibilities met leader expectations
  • displays self-confidence, composure, and mission focus while under duress; inspired squad/crew/platoon/company through his actions, judgment, and bearing
  • developed and implemented a rigorous physical training plan resulting in his squad continually exceeding the company standard
  • maintained mission focus despite harsh environmental conditions and high OPTEMPO; demonstrated endurance during prolonged combat operations
  • loyal and honorable NCO with impeccable moral and ethical values; the personification of "Be, Know, Do"
  • set the example for his peers and subordinates to follow displaying the highest level of mental and physical toughness
  • lead from the front of his company, constantly sought physically challenging events on his own time to increase his overall fitness level and inspire subordinates
  • ensured no security violations occurred while sanitizing hundreds of classified documents for dissemination
  • displayed the ability to adapt to changing situations; relied on intuition, experience, knowledge and input from subordinates; accomplished assigned missions
  • demonstrated ability to meet established standards; achieved mission success, displayed confidence and focus under stress; improved unit confidence
  • presented impeccable military bearing regardless of the situation; exemplifies the meaning of pride and professionalism
  • projected self-confidence, authority, and enthusiasm in every assigned mission; tactful in dealing with leaders and Soldiers
  • accepted many adverse situations and overcame them with the drive and determination, compelling others to do the same
  • sharp looking NCO, always set the example
  • extremely motivated and competitive NCO who instills a fighting, winning attitude in those around him
  • exemplifies standards of dress and appearance
  • developed the unit's physical training program resulting in the unit's average being raised by 38 points
  • exceeded division standard by completing 20K road march in 3 hours
  • maintained the mental and physical toughness to accomplish any mission, anywhere
  • maintained appearance and military bearing in highest order
  • excellent military bearing and appearance; worked hard to set the standard for all to follow throughout the American Family in KFOR
  • confident and mentally tough NCO
  • displays confidence and enthusiasm under stressful conditions
  • unmatched physical stamina and endurance serving on back to back offensive and defensive missions during CMTC rotations
  • exhibited superb confidence and infectious enthusiasm with every task/mission without regard to level of difficulty
  • displayed strength of character, doesn't buckle under pressure
  • went the distance to achieve the best
  • demonstrated excellent stamina, endurance, and military bearing throughout rigorous training
  • displays confidence and recognizes the importance of military appearance and bearing
  • spearheaded high level ability group PT, promoting espirit-de-corps while providing challenging physical training
  • emphasis on challenging physical fitness program resulted in unit APFT average of 262
  • led from the front; maintained impeccable military bearing, appearance and mental toughness
  • possessed steadfast stamina under the stress and OPTEMPO of four-star theater headquarters
  • encouraged subordinates to excel in physical training
  • the platoon/section APFT scores increased by 18% due to his tough PT program
  • stayed fit and mentally tough despite a tremendous workload, a demanding schedule and 10 hour days
  • runs PT with his soldiers everyday, can still beat most of them
  • always set the example for his Soldiers through personal appearance
  • sustained a rigorous personal physical fitness program despite working countless hours on the night shift
  • displays a confident and enthusiastic attitude that motivates others
  • possessed physical and mental stamina to complete any mission
  • demonstrated excellent stamina, endurance, and mental toughness; never quit and never lets his Soldiers quit
  • increased PT score by 28 points in only five months
  • led from the front; exceeded unit standard of 250 on APFT
  • physically fit Soldier with strong stamina; mentally tough
  • maintained fitness while on demanding, rotating shift schedule
  • presents the physical epitome of an NCO
  • displayed great tenacity and bearing during stressful situations
  • presented a professional, soldierly appearance at all times
  • tackled a rigorous fitness regimen; outstandingly fit soldier
  • chosen to brief CG on three targets; rock solid and poised
  • took pride in military appearance and bearing
  • successfully handled demands from superiors
  • accomplished the mission and maintained a positive attitude despite irregular and extended hours
  • military appearance was always among the best
  • maintained a physical fitness program despite working night shifts
  • continuously displayed confidence and enthusiasm under stressful conditions
  • presented the highest standards of military bearing and appearance
  • led from the front; maintained impeccable military bearing, appearance, and mental toughness
  • member of the unit 10K team that won first place in the AUSA 10K run
  • led three unit sports teams to be competitive at the community level
  • his emphasis on battle-focused PT resulted in a unit APFT average of 250, the highest of six units within the battalion
  • second 272 on his APFT, despite back injury
  • demonstrated excellent stamina, endurance, and mental toughness while deployed in a combat zone; never quit and never let his Soldiers quit
  • completed over 1200 miles of bicycle training for unit Nijmegan March
  • motivated his section to surpass minimum requirements for physical conditioning
  • built his soldiers' stamina by conducting road marches and using the confidence and obstacle courses
  • excels by recognizing the importance of sound physical and mental health for top performance
  • led from the front; set the standard in military bearing and appearance for his subordinates to emulate
  • motivated Soldiers to form up, complete and win at company-level sports teams; the first in over three years
  • provided subordinates with a model worthy of emulation; exemplary conduct and appearance both on and off duty
  • impeccable military bearing and appearance
  • led the volleyball team to win in the 21st TAACOM championships
  • possessed steadfast confidence, determination, and stamina under the stressful conditions indicative of a forward deployed Brigade Combat Team intelligence staff
  • provided subordinates with a model worthy of emulation; exemplary conduct and appearance both on and off duty
  • projected self confidence and mental toughness; consistently displays a positive can do attitude
  • maintained confidence and enthusiasm under pressure
  • demonstrated the capacity and flexibility to simultaneously handle crisis and contingency
  • mentally tough; maintained confidence and enthusiasm under a stressful and changing environment
  • led by example; exceeded company physical fitness standard by scoring 260 on last APFT
  • demonstrated exceptional stamina, endurance, and mental toughness which motivated Soldiers to accomplish assigned tasks above standard
  • mentally and physically tough; able to accomplish any mission under the most stressful conditions
  • motivated his Soldiers to increase their APFT average by more than 30 points
  • maintained a calm and professional presence at all times; worked extremely well under pressure and knew how to handle stress
  • projected confidence and authority; military bearing was beyond reproach
  • displayed strong will, desire and ability to succeed at any level of leadership
  • displayed a textbook example of military bearing in a high stress deployed operational environment; assertive and straightforward
  • focused NCO who displayed both mental and physical toughness at all times
  • maintained an impeccable military bearing and appearance at all times
  • displayed outstanding discipline and endurance during combat operations in Iraq
  • despite permanent profile, maintained outstanding level of physical fitness
  • possesses the mental and physical toughness to accomplish even the most demanding missions over long, sometimes 20-hour days
  • works extremely well under pressure; knows how to handle stress
  • always presents an outstanding demeanor and military appearance
  • physically tough; instrumental in leading unit football team to USAREUR championship
  • consistently scored over 270 on three APFTs over a five-month period in preparation for the Warrior Leader's Course
  • mentally and physically tough; continuously displayed confidence and enthusiasm under a stressful and changing environment
  • tore through 270 days of seven-day weeks without missing a single day; delivered superb battle update briefs on more than 100 occasions
  • successfully handled demands from superiors
  • developed an outstanding unit physical fitness program; improved individuals on average of 20 points
  • maintains outstanding military appearance and bearing
  • motivated his Soldiers through self-pride to increase the unit 250 point average APFT standard by 20 points
  • demonstrated a high level of personal drive and energy under the stressful conditions indicative of a combat zone
  • takes genuine pride in military bearing and appearance
  • her entire squad completed 12-mile road march in less than 3 hours
  • possessed steadfast confidence, determination, and stamina under the austere conditions indicative of a forward deployed Brigade Combat Team intelligence staff
  • maintained a daily rigorous personal physical fitness program in a forward deployed theater
  • implemented and supervised physical training plan for 10 Soldiers performing 24 hour operations in a combat zone
  • challenged and motivated Soldiers and NCOs by constantly leading rigorous physical fitness training sessions
  • achieved outstanding results when confronted with limited resources, always found a way to accomplish very tough missions
  • despite serious injury, worked hard to overcome physical limitations
  • displayed the physical and mental toughness imperative to mission accomplishment; managed multiple tasks under stressful conditions
  • personally exceeded all XVIII ABN Corps Fit to Fight standards on APFT, 4 mile run, and 20 Km road march
  • a sterling example of military bearing; assertive and straightforward
  • exhibited personal candor and sound professional judgment when dealing with superiors
  • mentally tough; never quit and never let his Soldiers quit
  • exceeded the company standard of 250 on his APFT
  • always set the example for his Soldiers through personal appearance
  • military bearing and appearance beyond reproach
  • looked and acted like a Soldier both on and off duty
  • conduct and appearance both on and off duty were a model worthy of emulation
  • performed well in stressful situations
  • demonstrated excellent stamina, endurance, and military bearing throughout rigorous training
  • extremely motivated and competitive NCO who instills a fighting, winning attitude in those around him
  • led physical fitness training from the front
  • led squad, platoon, and company special physical training programs
  • unmatched physical stamina and endurance serving on back to back offensive and defensive missions during CMTC rotations
  • a pillar of strength; limitless personal endurance
  • achieved a 276 on most recent APFT
  • had the stamina and endurance to go the distance and win
  • successfully handled multiple demands from superiors and subordinates
  • conditioned self to perform at 100 percent, regardless of mission
  • far exceeded standards in daily appearance
  • enthusiasm and pride contributed directly to unit success
  • displayed mental toughness and ability to deal with adversity
  • appearance was emulated by peers and subordinates; surpassed by few
  • always dedicated to troop fitness and endurance
  • physically fitness and appearance motivated others to follow his example
  • without exception, maintained a daily appearance above standards
  • ensured Soldiers maintained standards of personal appearance
  • displayed a positive attitude at all times even when faced with multiple difficult tasks
  • maintained professional military appearance at all times
  • sharp looking NCO, always set the example
  • impeccable personal appearance and behavior
  • physically and mentally strong
  • led squad physical fitness training
  • his stamina was an inspiration for others to follow during physical training
  • appearance was surpassed by few
  • instilled mental toughness in subordinates
  • a confident enthusiastic NCO
  • daily military appearance was outstanding
  • scored 34 points above platoon APFT average
  • possessed an innate ability to think fast on his feet
  • excellent role model in bearing and appearance
  • excellent physical condition; scored 273 on APFT
  • displayed remarkable military bearing; set the example for junior Soldiers, peers, and senior leaders to follow
  • maintained a neat, well groomed appearance
  • worked calmly in a turbulent environment
  • recognized the importance of sound physical and mental health needed to maintain top performance
  • maintained highest personal standard; set the example for entire branch
  • maintained confidence and stamina under the stress and high OPTEMPO of a four-star theater operations center
  • conducted and appearance on and off duty motivated others to follow his example
  • displayed the mental toughness and stamina to easily deal with continuous short notice requirements and a wide variety of tasking
  • demonstrated exemplary bearing on a daily basis
  • model noncommissioned officer in both appearance and attitude
  • initiated a physical fitness program resulting in a 15% increase for the branch APFT average
  • consistently demonstrated impeccable appearance and military bearing in the presence of seniors and subordinates
  • profile does not hinder duty performance
  • positive mental outlook and attitude; always gave 100%
  • always displayed commendable military appearance
  • maintained a high level of fitness despite irregular schedule
  • committed to improve and meet higher standards
  • maintained his military bearing at all times
  • performed well under pressure
  • presents a superior military appearance for subordinates to emulate
  • works extremely well with fellow Soldiers and civilians alike
  • maintained impeccable military bearing while coordinating with senior level staff from EUCOM, JAC, 66th MI GRP, and 1st ID
  • demonstrates excellent physical fitness
  • appearance and demeanor are those of a professional Soldier
  • maintained confidence and stamina under the stress and high OPTEMPO of a four-star theater operations center
  • exhibited excellent physical fitness and displayed strong stamina
  • projected excellent military bearing and appearance
  • managed numerous tasks simultaneously; mentally tough
  • mentally and physically capable to handle all tasks assigned
  • uses sound judgment and fact-finding approaches to resolve issues
  • demonstrated unparalleled bearing and appearance
  • adjusted to new situations without difficulty
  • managed numerous tasks at one time; mentally tough
  • consistently demonstrated sound physical and mental toughness; always prepared to go the distance
  • disciplined Soldiers in attitude and appearance; a positive image for Soldiers to emulate
  • demonstrated the capacity and flexibility to simultaneously handle any crisis contingency
  • mentally tough; maintained confidence and enthusiasm under a stressful and changing environment
  • conduct and appearance both on and off duty motivated others to follow his example
  • performed successfully under pressure
  • exhibited the confidence and bearing necessary to report and brief mission critical information to senior officers and staff
  • consistently displayed a positive attitude; motivated and enthusiastic about being a noncommissioned officer
  • continually endured irregular and extended hour; maintained positive mental outlook and attitude
  • presented a professional, Soldierly appearance at all times
  • performed successfully under pressure
  • physically and mentally tough
  • always presents a strong confident manner
  • exceptionally calm and resourceful in high pressure situations
  • maintained outstanding composure and presence of mind during crisis situations
  • demanded the highest quality of work of herself and her subordinates; displayed true professionalism at all times
  • energized section's PT program improving performance by 60%
  • excellent physical condition is matched only by his exemplary mental toughness
  • stamina and endurance was unsurpassed; performed numerous missions on little rest during deployment
  • possessed great moral strength, personal drive, and energy
  • maintained composure under pressure
  • faced demanding challenges head on
  • exceed all fitness and weight standards
  • tough physically and mentally
  • possessed great energy and drive; always completed tasks
  • stopped at nothing to get assigned missions accomplished
  • displayed a positive, can-do attitude with a high level of confidence
  • military bearing was impeccable; set the standards for others to emulate
  • bearing and appearance provided an excellent model for all Soldiers to emulate
  • disciplined Soldier in all aspects of bearing and appearance; maintained a professional demeanor
  • provided a calming effect when others were agitated
  • consistently set the stand in professional appearance
  • continually displayed sound judgment during three highly pressure-packed events
  • always displays a positive "can-do" attitude even under the most austere conditions
Did Not Meet Standard
  • failed to maintain grooming standards IAW AR 670-1 during five in-ranks inspections; counseled numerous times by the chain of command
  • failed height and weight standards/exceeded body composition standard IAW AR 600-9 by 6.5%; entered into the Army Body Composition Program
  • failed pushup/sit-up/2-mile run on last record APFT; achieved score of xxx; displayed a lack of motivation for continued service in the Army
  • consistently hesitates to implement directed actions from superiors; fears confrontations with subordinates
  • lacked the ability to adapt to stress and adversity; his/her actions affected the unit’s capability to perform in an era of high operational tempo
  • compromised the unit’s mental and emotional fitness; allowed personal and professional standards to lapse in personal appearance, demeanor and actions
  • failed to utilize chain of command while dealing with personal issues; Soldier was found financially irresponsible for dependents resulting in no pay due
  • fails to display military bearing with subordinates; does not respond to coaching or counseling
  • fails to maintain military bearing while in discussion with senior leaders; does not understand the importance of addressing seniors by rank
  • utilizes social media to publish dislikes about the unit and chain of command
  • lacked confidence in the presence of Soldiers; could not instill the will to complete the mission
  • displayed substandard appearance and military bearing for NCO of his maturity; portrayed a negative image for the Army
  • cannot project confidence or maintain composure commensurate with rank when placed in difficult situations; lost the trust of the chain of command
  • had difficulty accomplishing duties when faced with adversity; placed the mission in jeopardy
  • relieved of first sergeant duties and responsibilities for both failing to report a SHARP incident and actively attempting to cover the incident up to prevent an investigation
  • failed to render the proper respect to company XO on x occasions
  • complained openly about time spent in the field and during OEF deployment; adversely affected morale and discipline of junior Soldiers
  • was relieved of his duties as squad leader; counseled by the 1SG on numerous occasions for failure to maintain his military bearing
  • lacked confidence in the presence of Soldiers; failed to project military bearing which reduced Soldier morale and esprit de corps
  • operated poorly in high op-tempo environments and stressful situations; unable to complete critical missions on time
  • engaged in an inappropriate relationship with subordinate

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