His selection as a Limited Duty Officer (636X) would guarantee success for any Commanding Officer's Wardroom. Chief Penas is both tireless and extremely hard working. His military record exhibits a history of significant achievements that stem from him mastering his trade, as well as being versatile in fields outside of his own. His unique personal proven leadership style provides every Sailor he encounters with the knowledge and motivation to succeed under the most adverse conditions. He is a hands-on manager and leader who uses innovative ideas to produce stellar results with a very diverse group of personnel.
Nevertheless, Colin managed to do his best every day. Ordinarily Giving 110% at everything that was attempted. At one point in his life, Powell foresaid, “What I really wanted was to do was the very best every single day. By doing my best every day, day after day, year after year, I finally got to the top. ”By following that motto the second Lieutenant became one of the best at anything that he accomplished relating to his job.
CAPT Beauregard also understands the value of a strong work-life and takes every opportunity to remind his crew they are more important than their work and should take their earned leave to enjoy time with their families. His people know he truly cares for them and they respond with a greater sense of pride and dedication. 6. CAPT Beauregard passionately believes in the potential of his Chief’s and understands the value of a unified Mess. Realizing current and former Chief Petty Officer’s make up more than thirty percent of his command’s unique personnel structure, and believing a united Mess is a dramatic force multiplier, he personally designated space for the creation of a Chief’s Mess.
SPC Heathprice exceeded the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an Overall 96.21 grade point average earning Commandant 's List recognition. SPC Heathprice superior performance during the Garrison Leadership Evaluation showed his core leadership competencies. During both Squad Drill and Physical Readiness Training, he displayed precise execution of all performance steps, with minimal error. A feat that earned him a superior rating. In addition, SPC Heathprice presented a profound knowledge of common military tasks and extraordinary resilience when faced with hurdles.
Audie Murphy without a doubt is the most decorated soldiers of world war two (WWII) and one of the most respected among all military members. Time after time, Audie Murphy displayed the true meaning of being fearless and placing the mission first. His level of adaptive leadership is nearly unparalleled compared to anyone during WWII due to his ability to be resilient, confident, and a risk taker. Coming from a poor family and low socioeconomic background, Audie Murphy had to be resourceful in getting each day and thinking how to get by the following day. After his father leaving the family, Audie Murphy decided to drop out of the fifth grade to support his family by picking cotton for a dollar a day and learning how to hunt.
Becoming a member of a SEAL team is an honor recognized by many but granted to few. Members of Special Operations teams are the absolute best that America has to offer—they must be disciplined, loyal, adaptable, skillful, and athletic beyond any normal standards. Danny Dietz was one of the few who claimed the prestigious title of “SEAL” and represented America by fighting to defend our freedoms. This man gave the ultimate sacrifice of his life and demonstrated true servant leadership. His memory lives on forever through the hearts and minds of his family and friends, and through the everyday tasks of service members today.
In addition to his assigned duties, SFC Gearing also served as 1CAB Master Resiliency Trainer (MRT). His dedication and commitment to excellence greatly enhanced the First Infantry Division (1ID) resiliency program as he was hand picked to train over 1500 incoming IID Soldiers. SFC Gearing applied extensive knowledge and substantial experience, he aggressively assisted the 1ID G4 and 4th Brigade Combat Team by single handedly closing out 16 outstanding Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (FLIPLs).
** MY NUMBER 4 OF 19 FIERCELY COMPETITIVE FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICERS IN WEAPONS! ** ** MISSION ORIENTED, TEAM PLAYER, WHO DELIVERS REGARDLESS OF ASSIGNMENT. ** - UNMATCHED DIVISION LPO. Led 117 Sailors during the command 's major pre-deployment ammunition on-load totaling 1,592 tons and valued at $500 million. His dynamic leadership ensured this flawless evolution was completed in just 17 hours.
Bill Belichick is an amazing person on and off the field. He started at the bottom and he worked his way up establishing his legacy. He’s achieved numerous things, but his Super Bowl rings the most Important. He is really one of the best coaches
“He is absolutely fearless and supremely confident in his own abilities. ”states John Finley and Tom Loughman. As well was being overly confident and fearless, he is also known for being a model to his comrades. He is seen as strong, helpful, yet very narcissistic. In today’s world we still have narcissistic and charismatic people which is why the article, “Beowulf and the Teaching of Leadership” is such a phenomenal piece.
CW3 West 's complex critical thinking, problem solving and analytical skills make him an invaluable asset to this unit and the Army. CW3 West ranks in the top 20% among the Chief Warrant Officers I senior rate and is my number one as the absolute best property accountability technician in the ASG-KU AOR. Well-rounded and action oriented. His technical expertise, keen judgment and performance surpasses his peers. He has superior potential and ready for strategic level opportunities.
Petty Officer Portis is highly recommended for the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for his sustained superior performance of duties while serving as Tactical Support Communication (TSCOMM) Leading Petty Officer and project supervisor for the TSCOMM facility relocation project at U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station (NCTS), Far East Detachment Okinawa during the period of October 2016 to January 2017. As Leading Petty Officer of TSCOMM and Work Center Supervisor, he flawlessly led a team of four Sailors during the TSCOMM relocation project, assisting Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) field engineers in the removal and relocation of communications equipment and antennas valued at over $1.2M. Personally
1LT Namkung performed his duties and responsibilities in an exemplary manner during this deployment. He is rated as the top lieutenant for the ASG-KU OCS cell. He vast contractual knowledge base was equivalent to a company grade Acquisition Army Officer. He quickly became the SME on Contingency Acquisition Support Model(cASM) the electronic routing system of record mandated by USARCENT in 2015. He was vital to the OCSC, mitigating contractual stoppages or lapse in life support or services throughout ASG-KU
SPC Harman exceeded the course standards for the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course with an overall GPA of 97.99%, earning him a place on the Commandant 's List. SPC Harman excelled in oral and written communication by scoring superior ratings during his oral history brief, conduct individual training, and communicate in writing evaluations, setting the example for the rest of the squad to follow. He has shown himself to be an extremely capable leader who has unlimited potential to become an outstanding Noncommissioned Officer. SPC Harman 's ability to communicate effectively was exhibited in class as he volunteered his experiences to help enrich the training being conducted, which served as an example to
He has demonstrated extraordinary motivation, enthusiasm, and dedication to the mission’s success and is well beyond the level of a Petty Officer Second Class. He has set the standard in which all FRCMA Oceana Sailors should strive to emulate along with being the most qualified Sailor at FRCMA Oceana. Petty Officer Power has made excellence a habit and is an outstanding leader by all measures. It is with my highest possible recommendation that Petty Officer Power be selected as the Fleet Readiness Center Mid-Atlantic Sea Sailor of the Quarter, for 2nd Quarter of FY