I am the Lead Case Manager at Pensacola Naval Hospital and I would like to recommend Miss Traci Allen for consideration into the United Navy Reserves as a commissioned officer in Navy Nurse Corps. Miss Allen possesses the qualities that are imperative in today’s Navy. Miss Allen demonstrated the ability to quickly assume the role of Nurse Case Manager from her previous role as Emergency Room Register Nurse. Miss Allen is responsible for the oversight of 8,000 enrollees managed at the Naval Hospital Family Medicine clinic, to include but not limited to active duty personnel, beneficiaries, and retirees. She works as an integrate member to the interdisciplinary team, ensuring and adhering to the highest standard of patient care in an ever changing health care environment.
For outstanding meritorious achievement from 1 April 2016 to 1 June 2017. Placed in a critical position, Master Sergeant Mandell consistently executed and resourced training events for more than 3000 personnel, and over 23 million of dollars. Master sergeant Mandell has set himself apart from his peers by continually displaying the highest levels of efficiency, professionalism, and leadership. His acheivements reflect great credit upon himself, the Connecticut Army National Guard and the United States Army.
Sergeant Amos was personally recognized by the MCAAT Officer-in-Charge in that his administrative expertise was well above his current grade. In his duties as the Defense Travel System’s Approving Official, Sergeant Amos personally processed over a 4,800 Temporary Additional Duty (TAD) vouchers and authorizations as well as ensured the accurate and timely payment of over $5,200,000 in pay entitlements. His attention to detail and can do attitude led to a smooth transition between the squadron’s routine TADs, work-up cycles and
I would like to recommend Jessica McCloe Brasch as a candidate for a position with your University. I met Mrs. Brasch when she was my Television Production teacher at Wissahickon High School. Throughout my three years as her student, she inspired and prepared me for the job I hold today. As an anchor and reporter at WENY News in Elmira, New York, Mrs. Brasch taught me life lessons about the evolving world of news and media. She was also an excellent adviser in preparing her students to excel in college media programs.
I believe I possess lots of qualities that would make me a good Rho Gamma. I am a very positive and supportive person. I have been in tons of leadership positions, and currently hold several. I know how to command the attention of large groups and keep them organized and on task. I take every position I am put in very seriously.
Furthermore, I was able to relate and appreciate Chiefs in all ratings of the Coast Guard. I learned that all Chiefs, regardless of rate, face the same challenges as I have been experiencing as an IT. I have expanded my Chief network and grasp better understanding of the Chief mess. Chiefs in the Coast Guard play an important role in aligning unit vision and guiding principles towards shared Coast Guard’s Vision and Mission. It was a humble experience to see Navy Chiefs and Air Force Master Sergeants.
But what they don’t know is the unforgettable lessons and benefits that it could teach you. Alpha Kappa Delta Phi sorority Inc. taught me so much about myself in all angles. The five pillars- sisterhood, scholarship, service, leadership and Asian Awareness- resonated within me, but it was the strong passion of all my sisters for each of these pillars that really drew me in. From the sorority, I’ve learned so much about networking, business and communication.
PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT WHILE SERVING AS EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT FOR FLEET READINESS CENTER mid-atlantic oceana from june 2015 to july 2016. demonstrating exceptional leadership and administrative skills, petty officer smith provided superlative executive support, delivering senior-level management approach, in support of maintenance officers over 1,000 sailors, marines, and civilians. additionally, her exceptional attention to detail and administrative knowledge were instrumental in providing guidance and training to five administrative divisions. her efforts and dedication led to the processing and tracking of 15,000 pieces of correspondence including 345 awards, and 738 evaluations with 100 percent accuracy. petty officer smith’s superior
The continuing mentorship consistently given by Senior Officers to their subordinates develops and challenges Officers to show constant growth. The relationships between peers fosters competitiveness and support to ever improve our Nation 's Army. This is the life I wish to live and the challenge I wish to
In chapter team, Kelsey’s aptitude for leadership enabled her to assemble our team. Through her own initiative she sought out interested individuals and set the framework for a successful team. That team ended up winning 11th place at the national completion (out of over 80 teams. Kelsey’s natural drive remained unsatisfied. She rallied our team, encouraging us to study for the next year.
My previous experience with ROTC in school and various leadership positions in school have already staged me to command a crew and deal with high stress environments on a daily basis and still thrive. The added bonus of knowledge mixed with leadership capabilities makes me a great candidate for this position. I am prepared to learn how to direct personnel operations, manage shipboard vertical launch systems, use computer displays and advanced technology in battle and ship defense, and provide support to Navy expeditionary
**MY #1 OF 8 HIGHLY COMPETITIVE OIC'S IN THE FAR EAST AOR! ** Decisive task unit commander provides superb direction and leadership to my largest detachment, critical to region-wide success and operational readiness. - SUSTAINED SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE. Flawlessly executed $400K project in the procurement, installation and configuration of classified and unclassified Outside Continental United States Navy Enterprise Network services as part of the Tactical Operations Center/Tactical Support Communications relocation project, ensured zero unscheduled downtime and continuous support to Commander, Task Force 72 and patrol reconnaissance forces missions. - ACCOMPLISHED UNIT COMMANDER.
PO2 Tchekpi is the definition of professionalism, a true leader and an outstanding human being on and off duty. He is a dedicated leader that will put his Sailors first at all time. His performance at shore and while on deployment were nothing but exceptional. Definitely, HSC-12 will lose a valuable asset and an extraordinary Sailor. Recommend a
SPC Garcia exceeded the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 98.60% grade point average earning Commandant's List recognition. His high level for excellence allowed him to pass all performance evaluations the first time with superior ratings. His professionalism, military bearing, and dynamic confidence were motivational to his squad throughout the Basic Leader Course. He sought self improvement through participation in classroom discussions and shared past experiences with the class enhancing the classroom environment. SPC Garcia portrayed excellence and clarity in all written communication requirements paying strict attention to detail resulting in one of the best ratings in the