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  • volunteered more than xxx hours with youth services to mentor xx at-risk teens
  • scored 300 on most recent APFT
  • earned his associate’s/bachelor’s/master’s degree in _____ with a x.x GPA
  • oversaw committee preparation training more than xxxx cadets at West Point
  • one of the most trusted leaders in the unit; built impeccable internal and external professional relationships extending influence outside the chain of command
  • has the uncanny ability to balance Soldier needs with missions; his Soldiers have the highest morale and combat effectiveness of the organization
  • leads the most disciplined unit in the organization; knows his Soldiers, mitigates risk by enforcing standards and holds individuals accountable for their actions
  • section received Top Gun award for receiving highest scores during section certifications
  • exhibited an unrelenting pursuit of excellence; selected as the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence Non-Commissioned Officer Academy NCO of the quarter
  • selected as detachment sergeant, a position one rank above his own and ahead of peers, without any shortcomings
  • earned coin of excellence from the TRADOC Command Sergeant Major for his exceptional performance as deputy commandant and the betterment of NCO learning
  • his/her company was recognized by the BDE commander as having the best overall training and medical readiness statistics during x quarterly training briefs
  • consistently sought for advice and input by members of the command; well-respected throughout the brigade for his knowledge and experience
  • used a mix of influence techniques depending upon the situation and audience to build a team of teams; recognized as a leader among leaders
  • restructured and retrained company following redeployment quickly rebuilding capabilities; maintained morale, discipline and esprit de corps despite personnel turmoil
  • reset his platoon xx days after redeployment from _____, enabling a team to deploy to _____ supporting x missile units defending against regional threats
  • served in a SGM position as a MSG while his unit deployed to _____ for xx months, returned with no incidents and high morale
  • selected to perform duties as platoon sergeant; obtained excellent results
  • led NCOA through TRADOC accreditation and earned the Institute of Excellence rating
  • as deputy commandant, motivated SGLs to earn x BAIBs and x SAIBs as part of the IDRP; an engaged senior leader always seizing opportunities for SGLs
  • led x separate areas deprived of a first line supervisor; achieved xx% of assigned missions; effective communication skills enhanced organizational effectiveness
  • one of x MSGs selected Army-wide to lead in the Army Research Institutes Test Program Advisory Team to discuss critical attributes for Soldier MOS selections
  • led team to exceed mission requirements for drill sergeants, AIT platoon sergeants, and recruiters
  • demonstrated exceptional expertise leading to his career management field being selected as one of the Army's first of 26 CMFs to implement the Army Career Tracker
  • led x instructors consisting of military, civilian contractor, and augmented OCs conducting more than xxxx academic hours enforcing learning objectives
  • built teams with civic, institutional, and government leadership to establish, shape, and provide policy for the Army Credentialing Program, a $xxM effort
  • invited to meet with Department of Defense senior leaders on veterans’ unemployment issues
  • shows leadership competencies of senior grades; a true leader capable of leading Soldiers to success
  • clearly in a class all his/her own; takes each assigned mission as if it is a life or death challenge (shows no fear)
  • mentored x NCOs to seek enrollment into the prestigious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club; resulted in x NCOs being nominated for induction
  • supervised the excess turn-in of more than xxxx serviceable repair parts, returning $x M to the Army supply system
Exceeded Standard
  • selected as the Battalion Drill Sergeant of the Quarter
  • eagerly passed lessons learned to other units to ensure success throughout the organization
  • routinely invites wounded warriors to unit leader development sessions to discuss resiliency and PTSD concerns
  • built a climate of trust where every member focuses on a common goal; this did not exist previously
  • maintained a mission readiness rate of xx% while conducting 24-hour operations in one of the most challenging operational and strategic environments
  • competed for and attained induction into the prestigious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club
  • x of his xx Soldiers were selected as Battalion (Soldier/NCO) of the Quarter, directly responsible through training and mentorship
  • hand selected to serve as 1SG over xx other highly qualified NCOs based on his/her extensive and diverse knowledge
  • integrated a rehabilitative transfer Soldier and made him a productive member of the platoon; demonstrated persistence, patience, and empathy
  • intuitively grasped inherent requirements during missions allowing the commander to focus on the larger scope of operations; took decisive action without further guidance
  • communicated a clear understanding of missions and their importance; ensured full understanding at the lowest level through rehearsals and back briefs
  • recognized with the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal for volunteering more than xxx hours of personal time to the local community
  • lead platoon during a complex attack directing fires on enemy positions while maintaining command and control of dismounted elements; multiple valorous awards were earned
  • superbly served as Commandant, NCOA during the commandant’s extended absence; a highly skilled leader capable of greater responsibility
  • superbly managed the NCOA and proved to be an inspiring motivator creating a cohesive, dynamic team of SGLs invigorating instructor and student performance
  • led x cycles of AC and RC SLC and ALC courses resulting in highly engaging, relevant training for more than xxx NCOs
  • prepared all subordinates for increased leadership responsibilities; sought for his/her sage advice and counsel; x of his/her Soldiers earned below-zone promotions
  • placed long-term success over short-term gain and understood the second- and third-order effects of leadership decisions; unit increased xx% METL efficiency versus FYXX
  • flawlessly served as the Brigade Operations Sergeant Major for xx days in the absence of the SGM; resulted in no loss of momentum in training or operations
  • outstanding leader whose qualities and respect enabled his selection over x senior noncommissioned officers to fill the first sergeant position for xx days
  • faced with an increasing non-mission capable equipment rate, determined deficiencies, resourced outside assistance, and corrected them
  • company known across the installation as the standard bearer; dominates most unit competitions
  • leads from the front; can lead at current level as well as higher levels
  • unafraid; willing to operate outside own capacity for the challenge to remain competent and ready
  • created a plan and set goals to train his section on the unit’s METL tasks, resulting in a “T” rating on x of xx tasks in the last training quarter
  • trained xxx Soldiers on current IED threats and enemy TTPs, enhancing their explosives safety and IED awareness; increased Soldiers’ battlefield survivability
  • continually seeks ways to improve functional areas metrics/operations
  • during an attack at NTC, he took charge of the remnants of 3 platoons and secured the BN objective
  • led his men to beat eight of the nine rifle squads in a Company Biathlon in Alaska
  • in 12 months, five of his recruiters earned the Recruiter Ring, the command's highest award
  • received commendation from Battalion CSM for his Soldiers' appearance and performance during company BCI
  • barracks selected as the post representative in the TRADOC Community of Excellence Competition
  • motivated and trained three soldiers to achieve Soldier of the Quarter
  • coached National Guard unit to max First Army training evaluation
  • catalyst during the FY91 Command Inspection, 17 areas were rated as outstanding
  • took an inherited unsatisfactory section to a commendable rating at JRTC
  • instrumental in his platoon receiving a 98% first-time pass rate in weapons qualification
  • received Best Team rating during JRTC as a direct result of his astute leadership abilities
  • his leadership and expertise assisted the battalion in winning the USAREUR Supply Excellence Award
  • motivated entire squad to qualify expert with assigned weapon
  • improved unit morale by planning, coordinating, and executing trips for entire unit and family members
  • commended by 21st TAACOM CSM for improving Quality of Life environment for single soldiers in barracks
  • rewrote, edited, collected, and published a 600 page TACSOP in 2 months including many after-duty hours
  • developed outstanding command retention program for FY92, cited a best in the MACOM
  • planned and conducted a two day AER Run-a-Thon collecting over $500.00 in donations
  • was selected to be installation 1SG over 19 other NCOs senior to her
  • mentored a civilian employee selected as Civilian of the Year and another selected as first runner-up for Civilian of the Quarter
  • coached the maintenance section to a first place finish on a Brigade 3rd Quarter Maintenance Inspection
  • led committee to win TRADOC Commander's Award for Excellence for an Outdoor Training Facility
  • supervised 106 enlisted personnel from 7 work sites located 5 to 50 miles from main hospital
  • his platoon rifle marksmanship program resulted in 17 experts out of 21 personnel
  • in the absence of an officer, commanded the detachment on two separate missions at JRTC
  • dining Facility received a 1st Place rating from the Health Promotion Council
  • won MACOM retention excellence award for 25thID
  • inspired NCOs to excellence continuously; 86 soldiers received the Commander's Distinguished Leadership Award
  • developed and produced the first military music ensemble performance at the Eastman School of Music
  • briefed and demonstrated the M-1 Tank to foreign dignitaries on two separate occasions
  • led company to current first place standing in Post Commander's Cup intramural sports competition
  • platoon recognized by BN CDR for excellent training presented to AIT students
  • served in a captain's position, performance equal to other commissioned team chiefs
  • acted as Commander of Troops for an outstanding NCO-led review adjacent to the White House
  • led his squad through an enemy infested area on a FTX without being detected
  • counseled and led five inexperienced senior NCOs into being best First Sergeant Team in DIVARTY
  • produced nine consecutive Group Soldier of the Month Board winners
  • 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 to assume duties of 1SG over senior NCOs
  • his squad area selected as best in battalion and DISCOM by CG/ADC
  • trained Forces Command Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team of the Year
  • responsible for the first ever combined special forces US-Korea training exercise successfully held in CONUS
  • his Soldier's barracks rooms and TA-50 layout were best in the company during recent CRI
  • counseled 28 students through rating period, 100% graduated, 5 honored
  • researched, developed and implemented OJT program for 40 personnel
  • recognized in writing by the Airborne Association leadership for planning the finest convention in memory
  • selected over 90 other NCOs to serve as the squadron aviation life support officer in addition to his regular duties
  • due to his leadership abilities selected over other SFCs in the unit to fill the first sergeant's position
  • relentless pursuit of excellence has resulted in 100% qualification for entire squad on all assigned weapons
  • planned for, established, and implemented inspection standards used at all Desert Storm supply activities
  • led supply to pass latest two division-level inspections after coming right out of AIT and stepping into the supply sergeant's position
  • directed recovery efforts of the largest cache of captured enemy ammunition to date in Afghanistan totaling over 160,000 pounds
  • led a deployed task force of 75 Soldiers and won the St. Christopher Award for accomplishments as NCOIC during multiple deployments
  • guided, motivated, and tutored two Audie Murphy members, one NCO of the Year and three Soldiers of the Quarter
  • squad repelled enemy attack of two platoons and enabled the company to accomplish mission at CMTC
  • his leadership was instrumental in the 3rd Brigade exceeding the recruitment mission by 14%
  • her emphasis on maintenance and logistics excellence led her unit to the Army Signal Command Supply o f Excellence competition
  • mentioned by name for superior leadership of the quartering party during the annual external evaluation; a true professional
  • selected as Drill Sergeant of the Quarter
  • stood up the 106th Iraqi Civil Defense Corps Bn based out of Mosul, Iraq in preparation for Transfer of Authority
  • led committee to win TRADOC Commander's Award for Excellence for an Outdoor Training Facility
  • leads by example, led team into Iraq to recover a downed Air Force pilot during Desert Storm
  • instrumental in the brigade's success while serving as rail load NCOIC during NTC 97-09, loading 500 pieces of equipment
  • his crew training prior to gunnery resulted in his crew being the only one in the battalion to have a perfect score at gunnery
  • led and mentored 5 inexperienced platoon sergeants to form an effective leadership team
  • instrumental in the company receiving the division logistics award three months in a row
  • only squad leader in the platoon that had 100% Soldier enrollment in college courses, with three graduating this fall
  • placed in the position of platoon sergeant as junior staff sergeant; her platoon was always number one in company inspections
  • selected by the commanding general to serve as the brigade command sergeant major over other senior CSMs
  • coached the entire environment science technician staff to achieve nationally recognized certification in food service sanitation
  • flawlessly executed two security missions in support of Operation Desert Fox resulting in squad receiving accolades from 3rd Inf Div Commander
  • corrected deficiencies within detachment immediately upon assuming responsibilities; resulted in unit passing the Battalion Command Inspection Program
  • orchestrated the streamlining of information between the military, civilian employees, and supported brigades; resulted in over 2,000 convoys not missing SP
  • mentored 4 Sergeant Morales inductees, 1 Battalion NCO of the Quarter, 3 Battalion Soldiers of the Quarter
  • seamlessly integrated Soldiers from several units and two services into a team capable of producing timely accurate intelligence used Theater-wide
  • revitalized stagnant company level NCO Professional Development Program which was praised by the Battalion CSM
  • led the battalion marksmanship team to Post Championship
  • volunteered for every combat mission that Easy Co executed during OIF 06-08
  • his battery finished first in BN individual skills competition while deployed to Camp Doha, Kuwait
  • led the Headquarters and Headquarters Company during its historic deployment from Korea to Iraq; the unit's first combat movement in over 50 years
  • flawlessly conducted seven separate medical threat briefing to over 1,500 Soldiers deploying to 13 different countries
  • motivated and led squad to place first in the 6-mile road march during first annual company level squad competition
  • led weaponry training program which resulted in a 33% increase in overall unit marksmanship scores
  • risked personal injury to extinguish dinning facility fire caused by enemy mortar attack
  • awarded Bronze Star by Division Commander for leadership during Operation Iraqi Freedom 06-08
  • brought an inherited unsatisfactory supply section to a commendable rating within a month for the BN CIP
  • responsible for 15 of his 16 mechanics earning the Expert Mechanics Badge
  • achieved three honor platoon awards during rating period
  • assumed duties of an All-Source Technician (CW2) and enhanced section productivity and quality over the last four months of OIF 05-07
  • aggressively led and mentored his intelligence team in preparation for the Brigade's NTC rotation; directly responsible for his NCO's recognition as hero of the battlefield
  • played a vital role in the development of a free and democratic Iraq through his interaction with Iraqi Ministries and the local populace
  • assumed added responsibility as the Collection Manager and Interpreter Manager for 250 interpreters during absence of senior non-commissioned officers
  • displayed courage and determination under direct and indirect enemy fire; inspired subordinates and peers to mission success during Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • recommended for Bronze Star for leading 2 assaults during Operation Just Cause
  • exhibited impeccable performance as BDE ACT NCOIC; his Soldier was recognized by the DIV CSM for his performance with the counter-IED mission in Eastern Baghdad
  • motivated his entire section to qualify expert with the 60mm mortar
  • received impact ARCOM for outstanding leadership as battle NCO during Operation Joint Endeavor deployment
  • recognized by the Secretary of the Army for exceeding the PERSCOM Combined Federal Campaign goal of $128,000 by 11%
  • won Battalion Commander's Leadership Award
  • set the example by obtaining both SGT Morales and SGT Audie Murphy honors
  • motivated entire squad to qualify expert with assigned weapon
  • won last three platoon squad inspections
  • inspired mechanics to maintain operational readiness rating of 95% for two consecutive quarters
  • led his squad through map orienteering course to win the battalion competition
  • counseled two marginal Soldiers ultimately selected for promotion
  • commended by Division CSM for leading company to commendable results in billets and TA-50 during command inspection
  • led from the front; personal attention to subordinates led to 100% of headquarters tank section qualifying expert on personal weapon
  • personally trained a tank crew that shot distinguished on TT VIII
  • in the absence of an officer, commanded the detachment on two separate missions at JRTC
  • awarded the FORSCOM's MG Aubrey "Red" Newman Award for leadership excellence
  • led by example by mentoring two Soldiers toward successful achievement of their gold recruiter rings
  • achieved three honor platoon awards during rating period
  • selected as a finalist for the White-House Military Office Senior NCO of the Year
  • demonstrated excellent leadership and attention to detail that contributed to a 26% rise in EIB success
  • directly responsible for 7 Soldiers being awarded the EFMB
  • selected three times as 1SG, Co B, Academy Battalion above his peers
  • selected over 10 senior SFCs to be Detachment First Sergeant
  • performed superbly over a six-month period while serving as the Combating Terrorism Branch NCOIC, a SFC position
  • demanded the best; inspired one Soldier to achieve honor graduate in PLDC and another to complete an Associate's Degree
  • mentored his Soldier to qualify expert on his assigned weapon and earn the Army Physical Fitness Badge
  • mentorship resulted in subordinate graduating from PLDC as the Honor Graduate
  • competed and won NCO of the month board for HHC USAREUR/7A and NCO of the Quarter for 411th BSB
  • mentored one Soldier to earn honor graduate at PLDC as well as four other Soldiers to win NCO/Soldier boards at the CO and Bn levels
  • successfully planned, executed and led 40 ground and air terrain reconnaissance missions without incident
Met Standard
  • mentored a substandard Soldier to pass APFT by increasing his score by xx
  • scored 300 on most recent APFT earning the Army Physical Fitness Badge
  • performed all squad missions and tasks while assuming duties as the squad leader for more than x months of rated period
  • built squad confidence through counseling, demonstration, and practical exercises
  • motivated his Soldiers to endure by leading from the front during a 20 km foot-march in harsh weather; his entire team finished within time standards without incident
  • competed for NCO of the Quarter to demonstrate initiative and self-improvement; motivated the entire team to compete for Soldier of the Quarter
  • takes necessary actions to ensure Soldiers’ concerns and needs are addressed and resolved allowing for increased trust, confidence, and commitment to the unit
  • constantly assessed risk during night tactical movement and implemented mitigation measures to ensure crew safety while accomplishing the mission
  • displayed the ability to relate to peers and subordinates developing a sense of respect and mutual trust among his team
  • supervised the installation and testing of an antenna system at a remote site; saved the organization $xxK in installation fees
  • leads by example in the pursuit of excellence; worked extended hours on numerous occasions to ensure on-time task completion
  • recognized with the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal for volunteering more than xxx hours of his personal time to the local community
  • was instrumental in the successful completion of range density week by instructing PMI on the M4/M16 range achieving a xx% qualifying rate
  • deployed x Soldiers in her squad to NTC to assist in successful draw and turn in of xx items of equipment
  • demeanor and leadership influenced the tribal council to accept coalition assistance; defeated the insurgent stronghold
  • coached and mentored Soldiers; allowed them opportunities to serve in and learn from positions of greater responsibility
  • instilled a ‘team first’ mentality within the section; led by example
  • a master of weapons training able to transform gun crews into Top Guns
  • hand-selected to serve as team/squad leader over xx other highly qualified junior NCOs based on dedication and commitment
  • led his squad to achieve the highest score during battalion competitions
  • influenced and mentored x Soldiers thru ALC; x made the commandant’s list
  • ensured staff met high standards of the NCOA while not neglecting family obligations
  • instilled the need for leader development through monthly NCODP meetings and seminars
  • effectively managed platoon members ensuring SSD1 and SSD2 completion through counseling and visual inspections of completion
  • attends courses to gain a greater perspective facilitating better discussion
  • conducts PRT with units to gage fitness standards of troops and leaders
  • fostered high morale in the unit; Soldiers willingly tackle any challenge under his leadership
  • standards-based leader; uses disciplined training management processes to ensure mission success
  • created a harmonious work relationship in his section; resolved internal conflicts to ensure maximum efficiency
  • keeps platoon informed of requirements through squad leaders; every member consequently has the same information
  • ensured the platoon was informed and complied with suspenses in preparation for missions
  • integrated multiple slice elements and molded them into an effective, efficient support team which provided essential services for deployed Soldiers
  • had x Soldiers selected as Battalion Soldier/NCO of the Quarter, directly linked to training and mentorship
  • developed a sense of mutual trust and respect within his platoon and the organization; displayed genuine interest for his Soldiers and their Families; a true team builder
  • constantly assessed risk and implemented mitigation measures during night tactical movement to ensure the safety of his crew while accomplishing the mission
  • capitalized on individual strengths to build an effective organization; integrated new Soldiers to the unit and rapidly assimilated them
  • consistently communicated with her Soldiers; ensured each Soldier understood assigned roles and the importance of the mission
  • fostered a learning environment free of sexual assault and sexual harassment; created a climate of dignity and respect for all Soldiers
  • supported the Army’s EO and SHARP programs by fostering an environment free of discrimination and harassment through training and personal example
  • coordinated and supervised x health and welfare inspections enabling commanders to maintain good order and discipline of their units
  • dedicated to Soldier welfare; created positive climate of trust, teamwork, and duty satisfaction
  • integrated x new Soldiers to the unit and trained them in LLVI operations using unit SOPs and prior combat experience; capitalized on individual strengths
  • spearheaded the collection, inventory, and turn in of more than $xxx worth of outdated or unserviceable equipment resulting in zero loss for the section
  • possesses the mental ability to train and lead; continues to mentor and educate to develop skills for operating at a higher capacity in the future
  • assumed duties as deputy commandant with skill and finesse, quickly assessing and understanding doctrine, NCOA procedures, and vital relationships
  • coached and mentored Soldiers; allowed them opportunities to serve in and learn from positions of greater responsibility
  • was able to instill a ‘team first’ mentality within the section; a charismatic leader
  • displays superior self-confidence which motivates subordinates to achieve high standards
  • always proactive; never allows adverse conditions to affect mission
  • role model and mentor for Soldiers; placed counseling and Soldier development at highest priority
  • led the way in Soldier counseling; developed a counseling packet that became the section standard
  • volunteered to serve as the assistant platoon sergeant; administered day to day responsibilities during the platoon sergeant's absence
  • vigorously executed all assigned tasks and encouraged subordinates to do the same; a model take charge NCO
  • exhibited impeccable performance as the NCOIC of a four-man J2 Intelligence cell during a 28th INF DIV pre-deployment exercise
  • possessed dogged determination; never quits and pulls Soldiers along with him
  • selected over others as NCOIC with total success leading four analysts from three services
  • selected from among his peers to sit in as the brigade CSM in his absence
  • prepared and presented a junior Soldier counseling SOP to the G2 SGM which was approved for implementation within the directorate
  • dedicated to Soldier welfare resulting in a positive section climate of trust, teamwork, and job satisfaction
  • mentored a substandard Soldier to not only pass her APFT, but to increase her score by over 60 points
  • reorganized unit training meetings to better manage training and disseminate information
  • selected over 13 staff sergeants for deployment to Bosnia as Operations NCOIC
  • fostered a spirit of teamwork; results were evident by praise from USAREUR G3 and senior staff officers
  • unequivocally devoted to Soldier professional development; motivated and prepared Soldier for SGT promotion board in the secondary zone
  • tireless during unit relocation; in 24 hours, moved thousands of pounds of classified documents, furniture, and systems with no compromises
  • led by example; devoted to mission accomplishment
  • turned previously unproductive NCO working lunches into effective problem-solving forums
  • led and trained one junior CI agent to operate independently in order to effectively implement CI split-based operations from two BCT Forward Operating Bases
  • competently filled the S2 Battle Captain position for 14 weeks during a period of personnel shortages
  • remained flexible and mission focused during multiple contingency operations
  • always worked with focused determination until the mission was completed
  • attacked any mission given her; displayed the requisite skills to ensure objectives were met on time and above standard
  • displayed calm professional leadership; projected an image of self-confidence and enthusiasm
  • excels in motivating superiors, subordinates, and peers to set higher performance goals and to achieve them
  • always ready to assume the leadership role in the section
  • a role model and mentor for Soldiers; placed counseling and Soldier development at the highest priority
  • coached four Soldiers in preparation of promotion board; all selected
  • a dominating influence in the development of competent, tough and aggressive small-unit leaders
  • coordinated with civilian agencies to assist her Soldier in alleviating financial distress
  • selected as acting battalion SGM over four other company first sergeants
  • performed duties as 1SG impeccably on four occasions
  • outstanding performance as interim platoon sergeant led to permanent selection
  • mentored all team members to qualify expert on all of their assigned weapons
  • led the headquarters company to excel over three other companies during the battalion weapons qualification and CTT testing
  • established a C & E maintenance support team for deployment to Bosnia
  • led, developed and executed outstanding company-level decon training during company FTX in OCT 99
  • mentored 3 Soldiers to excel at SSG selection board; they received scores over 147
  • gave loyalty and leadership support to the chain of command; fostered a spirit of teamwork in her subordinates
  • projected an image of self-confidence and enthusiasm
  • remained flexible and mission focused during changing requirements and the high OPTEMPO of a deployed Brigade Combat Team
  • vigorously attacked all assigned tasks and encouraged his Soldiers to do the same; a model take charge NCO
  • successfully functioned as acting ordnance branch sergeant major on several occasions; took complete charge
  • transformed an inherited unmotivated and unorganized unit into an aggressively motivated team
  • coordinated afternoon college courses at PSP3J, which resulted in 32 Soldiers earning 9 hours of college credit
  • as a small group leaders his students maintained an academic average of 93% without any failures
  • mentored the brigade Soldier of the Quarter and the second runner-up for two quarters
  • platoon NCOIC during the transfer of vehicles and equipment to the 9th Engineer Battalion in Kosovo deployment
  • routinely performed the duties of Branch NCOIC with stellar results; a SFC position
  • voraciously attacked every time-sensitive mission given him without fail; the section excelled due to his innate ability to take charge, stand out front, and lead
  • orderly room received commendable ratings in seven out of nine rated areas during battalion command inspection
  • this warrior sets the example by leading from the front of the best medical platoon in the Ranger Training Brigade
  • routinely sacrificed personal time to digest hundreds of daily intelligence reports; maintained unprecedented situational awareness and unequivocal devotion to duty
  • turned a substandard facility into a vibrant work place through hard work and devotion to the unit
  • ensured the battalions' operations readiness rate was always 95% or higher for deployments and unit rotations
  • led recovery from Bosnia deployment, squadron rotations, and gunnery prep; all occurred without accident
  • selected as Instructor of the Cycle over 8 other instructors
  • always puts Soldiers first; unsurpassed ability in leading, coaching and mentoring
  • always made himself available after duty hours to counsel and develop soldiers; unequivocally devoted to Soldier welfare
  • displayed a genuine concern for Soldiers; open-minded and unbiased in reason and action
  • attacked any mission given him by accepting all challenges and taking the initiative to seek others for assistance
  • role model and mentor for Soldiers; constantly sought after for knowledge and advice regarding his past combat experiences
  • always prepared to assume the leadership role in the section; never hesitated to grab the reins and take charge in any situation
  • has personally invested much of his own time and resources to improve the dining facility for the Soldiers' benefit
  • commended by brigade commander for leadership in the orchestration of brigade change of command ceremony
  • sacrificed personal time after duty to ensure that his Soldiers and their families were taken care of during numerous FTX operations
  • natural leader who motivates Soldiers to excel in any mission; they responded with two Soldier of the Month winners
  • coached and mentored four Soldiers selected for promotion to SGT and encouraged one soldier to apply to Officer Candidate School
  • operated in a superior manner executing detachment NCOIC duties while operating independently of the main body in a tactical environment
  • exemplified all the qualities of a leader many years his senior; served as an exemplary role model for all Soldiers to look to no matter what the situation
  • selected to serve as the NCOIC of a mobile movement control element; tasked to support coalition forces deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • motivated subordinates to succeed by continually setting, communicating, and enforcing high achievable standards; resulted in subordinates succeeding independently
  • routinely sacrificed personal time to digest hundreds of daily intel reports; maintained unprecedented situational awareness and unequivocal devotion to duty
  • displayed calm professional leadership while remaining flexible and mission focused during the rapidly changing requirements of a forward deployed Brigade Combat Team
  • coordinated with senior BCT leaders and staff to eliminate frictions associated with combat detainee operations; duties normally performed by a senior NCO
  • displayed a fervent concern for Soldiers; placed counseling and Soldier development as his highest priorities
  • exhibited impeccable performance as section NCOIC of an eleven member Joint Operations Watch Team in support of CTF-FA
  • led a nine-member squad during a company combat scenario competition and set three out of five records during the event
  • excelled in on-the-spot decision making thereby providing action officers additional time to work key issues
  • routinely conducted confident, articulate briefings with BCT senior leaders concerning sensitive CI issues; ensured his Soldier could do the same
  • postured the BCT for success by effectively advising the BCT CSM on all intel MOS assignments by putting the right personnel in the right place
  • displayed composed professional leadership; projected an image of self-confidence and enthusiasm
  • gave loyalty and leadership support to the chain of command; a real team player
  • routinely sacrificed personal goals and time to ensure the section's mission was accomplished on time and above standard
  • motivated her Soldier to perform at his best as an individual and team member; aggressively advocated professional development
  • routinely sacrificed personal goals and time to ensure the section's mission was accomplished on time and above standard
  • continuously displayed a can-do, mission first attitude and unquestionable devotion to duty
  • influenced Soldiers to accomplish all assigned missions and meet every challenge
  • led and trained an uninspired junior analyst to become a highly motivated and productive member of the brigade fusion cell; refused to give up on Soldier
  • volunteered to write the monthly section newsletter, keeping family member apprised of changes in the unit, promotions, and daily activities
  • led deployment and redeployment of over 200 Soldiers and 65 vehicles by air and sea
  • outstanding NCO who proudly represents the Army in this joint command; fully committed to mission accomplishment
  • promoted harmony and teamwork; willingly filled critically short positions to ensure mission accomplishment
  • tirelessly forged crucial working relationships with multiple unconventional units and national level agencies significantly enhancing the brigade's targeting efforts
  • competed at the company motivation board and the BSTB NCO of the month board; displayed motivation, pride and desire for continued professional development
  • ensured smooth working relations were maintained between S2 operations and higher, BCT, and subordinate staff elements due to his outstanding demeanor and tact
  • led three Soldiers as the day-shift ACT NCOIC during NTC rotation 06-08; results were evident by the BDE Commander's praise for the team's counter-IED products
  • epitomized the qualities of selfless service and loyalty to unit; always willing to provide assistance to subordinates and peers
  • always attacked any mission given to him, squad excelled due to ability to stand out front and lead
  • excelled in training, leading and motivating Soldiers in the most difficult of situations
  • made mission accomplishment his number one priority; ensured his Soldiers were well cared for
  • placed counseling and development of Soldiers at highest priority
  • his efforts and example led to a pronounced improvement in the platoons bearing and appearance
  • applied himself fully and consistently to every assigned task
  • placed emphasis on readiness and real world mission demonstrated in four faultless readiness exercises
  • far exceeded his contemporaries in training, leading and motivating Soldiers
  • demonstrated natural leadership ability; a dedicated part of a cohesive fighting team
  • instilled the spirit to achieve and win which enabled one NCO to achieve NCO of the quarter
  • NCOIC for shooting team that represented 7th Army and US Army Europe in the Czech Republic International Shooting Contest
  • set and demanded the highest standards of excellence among all Soldiers in his platoon
  • a professional, competent NCO who secured the trust and confidence of his unit
  • set a positive leadership example for his subordinates to emulate
  • created an atmosphere for Soldiers to demonstrate their initiative
  • hand picked during platoon gunnery over three other SSGs to be acting Platoon Sergeant for three weeks
  • actively sought out responsibility and took charge in the absence of orders
  • met mission requirements during intense training periods by allowing junior leaders to lead and execute initiative
  • consistently volunteered for the most complex missions
  • mission and troop welfare were foremost in his mind
  • carried out a multitude of tasks with no supervision
  • faced problems with confidence and assurance
  • instilled pride and confidence in subordinates
  • displayed confidence and enthusiasm when leading Soldiers
  • motivated Soldiers to accomplish any mission, any time, and anywhere
  • strived to instill standards of excellence in his Soldiers
  • dedicated countless hours of personal time to accomplish the mission
  • always put Soldiers welfare above his own
  • instilled a winning attitude in subordinates
  • took charge in the absence of orders
  • dedicated many hours of off duty time to prepare his Soldiers for promotion boards and PLDC
  • placed mission and troop welfare as highest priorities
  • accomplished all assigned tasks above and beyond the standard
  • trained eight Soldiers for tank gunnery; instrumental in mentoring and training his section to stay MOS proficient
  • lived for mission accomplishment; a motivated and dedicated leader
  • dedicated to the accomplishment of the mission; results are evident in the successes of the platoon
  • selected as acting First Sergeant over two other outstanding E-7s for a period of over three months
  • set the example for all NCOs to follow
  • focused on mission accomplishment
  • led a three tank forward patrol that destroyed one company team and fixed the other during Battalion CMTC rotation
  • encouraged Soldiers to seek self-improvement through college and correspondence course
  • mentored and trained one Soldier for promotion/PLDC and three for Soldier of the Month
  • received two unit commendation certificates at the NTC for his leadership
  • assigned, trained, and mentored two privates as gunners with both qualifying their tanks first run on Tank Table VIII
  • initiated changes to NBC SOPs which were adopted for Battalion's standard
  • reflected a positive influence over his subordinates building esprit de corps
  • led his section with the highest level of technical and tactical proficiency
  • cared for Soldiers and families beyond the call of duty
  • encouraged Soldiers to learn higher level tasks; an extremely resourceful and enthusiastic NCO
  • established working SOPs for every area of platoon operations
  • fostered excellent team atmosphere between leadership and Soldiers at company and platoon level
  • received two Battalion coins for leading and maneuvering his squad resulting in the destruction of enemy forces during NTC rotation
  • motivated three Soldiers to compete in Division NCO of the Year competition
  • competed in brigade level NCO of the Quarter Board in which he placed second of seven NCOs
  • inspired Soldiers and civilians alike to achieve exceptional standards in intelligence production due to her natural leadership talent
  • led the G2's team of Soldiers deploying to OEF 04-06 in support of SETAF to accomplish 100% of its pre-deployment training objectives
  • faced problems with confidence
  • ensured Soldiers were prepared for all contingency operations
  • worked will with others for the benefit of the organization
  • fostered a spirit of teamwork; results were evident by praise from USAREUR G3 and senior staff officers
  • excelled at making the correct decisions in highly stressful situations
  • committed to providing the best quality of life for Soldiers and co-workers
  • routinely sought by other NCOs for advice and guidance
  • displayed superior knowledge and self-confidence while motivating Soldiers to achieve high standards
  • inspired the cooperation and confidence of others
  • distinguished himself in developing and training his Soldiers and four rotations of reservists in intelligence functions and automated systems
  • showed a natural ability to lead effectively; always took the time to resolve personnel issues and problems
  • sacrificed personal goals to ensure unit's mission accomplishment; totally devoted to duty
  • promoted and exhibited a feeling of camaraderie and well being amongst all night watch personnel
  • did not hesitate to assist personnel in their issues; truly concerned for the welfare of the troops
  • epitomizes what every NCO should be; aggressive, intelligent, and professional
  • combined knowledge, experience an military bearing made him a mode NCO to emulate
  • set the example with integrity and professionalism; always a team player
  • unequalled in ability to plan, coordinate, and execute complex plans
  • performed with exceptional professionalism as the Acting Division NCOIC during her absence; exuded confidence to all she served
  • chosen to serve as rear detachment G2 sergeant major
  • motivated and incited Soldiers to maintain maintenance standards of assigned vehicles at a 95% readiness rate
  • outstanding demeanor and tact ensured smooth working relationships were maintained between G2 Watch and G3 leadership
  • demonstrated sincere care for Soldiers by inspiring and developing performance through counseling
  • developed and coordinated the new relief-in-place program for imagery operations in Kosovo
  • reorganized and restructured G2 Current Operations Standing Operating Procedures and policies; production increased 40 percent
  • concern for Soldiers is unquestionable; personally assisted two Soldiers requiring emergency leave
  • possessed the versatility to function as the senior night intelligence watch NCO as well as maintaining operation NCOIC duties
  • epitomized HQ USAREUR senior NCO leadership displaying confidence, competence, and instilling a "can-do" attitude for Soldiers
  • never hesitated to mentor other Soldiers
  • fostered high morale with his positive attitude and unyielding dedication
  • expertly represented the division planning and execution of the G2 relocation plan
  • took personal interest in Soldiers' professional development as well as their welfare; caring and compassionate, yet firm
  • led organization to be recognized as the best technologically advanced terrain team in USAREUR
  • personally molded a cohesive and dedicated team that blazed a path for all others to follow
  • confident leadership inspired and developed subordinates to excel during Bosnia mission rehearsal deployment exercise
  • exemplified the terms initiative, leadership, and devotion to duty
  • displayed superior leadership and unparalleled commitment to the mission resulting in highly motivated Soldiers
  • exhibited a strong and continuing concern for Soldiers, providing them with personal and professional guidance
  • leadership resulted in two Soldiers earning college credit while maintaining high OPTEMPO
  • instilled in subordinates a sense of pride in themselves and their unit
  • performed OIC and NCOIC duties for the past 11 months during operations, redeployment, and recovery
  • was the epitome of a team builder during the set-up and operation of three major division level exercises
  • conscientiousness to ensure he always gave complete, precise and attainable goals to subordinates
  • used his exceptional rapport with subordinates to obtain highly favorable results
  • inspired initiative, increased unit performance and response time by 70%
  • mission-focused; one of the three NCOs selected to deploy in support of a critical USAREUR mission
  • coordinated collection and distribution of Thanksgiving food baskets for junior enlisted Soldiers in the G2 directorate
  • facilitated interface with intelligence analysts during Black Book production ensuring correctness and quality of reporting
  • provided outstanding results in stressful leadership situations
  • made herself available for Soldiers and staff anytime; reinforced NCO involvement in Soldier issues and development
  • always placed the needs of branch Soldiers, civilians, and contractors above her own
  • always led fron the front; created and implemented an NCO indoctrination ceremony for the USAREUR G2
  • led section Soldiers to achieve and exceed the demanding standards of intelligence analysis expected in a tough army level staff environment
  • planned and executed two theater-level coordination visits for incoming Soldiers to the Balkans
  • sacrificed personally to ensure the unit and directorate mission accomplishment
  • continuously displayed a "can do" mission-first attitude and unquestionable devotion to duty
  • improved quality of life for the community by developing and maintaining the Heidelberg Rod and Gun Club website
  • prepared subordinate to deploy to Kosovo with less than a week's notification
  • stimulated individual growth and responsibility of junior Soldiers; an avid educator
  • fostered a spirit of teamwork; results were evident by praise from USAREUR G3 and senior staff officers
  • immensely supportive of unit level and individual training; always read to lead Soldiers
  • gives loyalty and leadership support to the chain of command
  • selflessly provided assistance to superiors, subordinates and peers
  • displayed a genuine concern for all Soldiers and their families
  • enhanced USAREUR's force protection posture while providing first rate leadership to the guard force of Heidelberg military installations
Did Not Meet Standard
  • demonstrated behavior inconsistent with Army Values by driving under the influence of alcohol with a BAC of 0.086%
  • failed to conduct proper risk assessments or react when risk factors increased; resulted in x Soldiers injured during the rating period
  • routinely failed to supervise Soldiers conducting PMCS during inclement weather
  • fails to effectively communicate with subordinates causing mission failure
  • exhibited poor rapport with Soldiers providing ineffective supervision and delegation of responsibilities
  • failed to keep Soldiers informed; information dissemination inconsistent and lacking in both content and context; Soldiers lack trust and confidence in the command
  • failed to adequately prepare/conduct scheduled M249 Squad Automatic Weapon training, required another team leader to train his Soldiers on the weapon system
  • failed to communicate and enforce published safety standards in the unit motor pool; x vehicles were damaged when his parked vehicle rolled into another
  • Soldiers lacked guidance and direction evidenced by multiple mission failures due to a lack of physical presence; whereabouts frequently suspect
  • removed from leadership position for failure to supervise and lead Soldiers
  • lacks confidence, managerial skills, and ability to make immediate decisions without supervisor guidance
  • Soldier's flaccid leadership style degraded squad morale by failing to provide guidance, support, or confidence to his subordinates
  • allowed Soldiers to take short cut in training resulting in the first training injury in x years
  • training shortcuts resulted in significant equipment damage; greatly reduced the unit’s capacity to conduct its tactical mission
  • failed to support chain of command and NCO support channel leading to a toxic environment; lacks the trust of superiors and subordinates
  • failed to take responsibility for the actions of Soldiers under his charge; allowed Soldiers to sleep during guard duty
  • betrayed the trust and loyalty of peers and subordinates alike by fabricating maintenance records
  • demonstrated behavior inconsistent with Army Values by driving under the influence of alcohol with a BAC of 0.08+%
  • drinking off-duty with junior Soldiers demonstrated poor judgment inconsistent with Army Values
  • failed to conduct proper risk assessments or react when risk factors increased leading to x injured Soldiers
  • failed to address concerns and monitor risk factors affecting team members resulting in mission deterioration; undermined the trust of subordinates
  • information dissemination was inconsistent and often untimely; resulted in a lack of trust among subordinates and supervisors
  • demonstrated inability to correctly pass information to subordinates resulting inappropriate use of time and resources; failed to gain trust of subordinates
  • wasted valuable training time by failing to adequately resource or protect training; set subordinates up for failure
  • did not live the Army Values; failed to set the example for his Soldiers by driving under the influence
  • failed to live the NCO creed; used his grade and position to receive pleasure/profit/personal safety
  • fostered an environment of fear and intimidation through toxic leadership; received a General Officer Memorandum of Reprimand for his actions
  • demonstrated a lack of leadership skill; lacks the confidence, managerial skills, and ability to make immediate decisions without supervisor's guidance
  • demonstrated a lack of leadership skill; his failure to tackle Soldiers’ problems with confidence negatively affected their morale and well-being
  • lacks the communication skills and tact required of an effective, credible NCO
  • failed to understand, visualize, describe, and direct subordinate leaders in the OPORD process during time-sensitive missions, resulting in x significant mission delays
  • relieved of duty/received non-judicial punishment for failing to follow ARs/SOPs while performing duties
  • failed to take responsibility for the actions of Soldiers under his charge resulting in catastrophic loss of equipment and injury to personnel

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