Furthermore, he was personally responsible for the weekly status updates that were provided to the NCTS Far East Commanding Officer via Detachment Okinawa Officer-in-Charge. His superb focus on mission support during the very complex and demanding TSCOMM relocation project, enabled his team to remove, relocate and quickly restore 10 critical voice and data circuits to Patrol Reconnaissance Force SEVENTH Fleet, Tactical Operations Center Kadena and deployed VP/VQ squadrons in direct support of Commander, Task Force 72, Commander, Task Group 72.1 and Commander, SEVENTH Fleet missions. Petty Officer Portis ' phenomenal performance made absolute and lasting contributions to NCTS Far East Detachment Okinawa and the overall communications readiness and mission success of the war fighter. Petty Officer Portis is most deserving of the recognition afforded by the awarding of the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement
Quarterly completed and reviewed several “Scatter Plot Comprehensive Reviews” uncovering patrol practices that may have contributed to a member’s divergence from their peers. These reports are instrumental in assisting the Regional Commander with assessing any potential risks, and provide the command staff with the statistical information and analysis of that information to aid in the assessment of personnel within Field Operations. Facilitate the timely and accurate completion of all 632 's by the troop MAPPS Coordinators, maintaining the 632 database within the section providing the command staff with an audit of the database. Completed the Critical Incident Handling Audit, distributed to all Troop Commanders, assuring compliance that all critical reviews are completed within the given time frame. Coordinated the auditing and consolidation of the Troop Consents and K-9 databases into the master database, utilized by OLEPS in their Oversight
Developers will put a base system in productions and most of the time welcome feedback for improvements. In the case of PBUSE, updates to the software are done through Software Change Packages (SCP) and Interim Change Packages (ICP). These changes are usually driven by the user as a result of help desk tickets to resolve issues and/or make improvements to a process. Three recommendations to improve PBUSE would be to create a way to interface with the maintenance sections information system, improving the interfacing with the warehouse management information system, and allow unit level component management fixes. PBUSE is known as the book of record for property accountability.
October 14, 2015 Dr. Jennifer Retherford 315 John D. Tickle Building Knoxville, TN 37996 Dr. Retherford: First and foremost, thank you for your comments on my draft of Written Assignment 02 before I officially submitted the document. I found your commentary to be very beneficial because it demonstrated skills of specifically what to look for when reviewing a technical document. I took your remarks into consideration when submitting WA02, but more so during this written assignment as they taught me how to practically break down my paragraphs and sentence structure in order to fortify my paper in addition to what my sources taught. In my WA02 the two principles I was to demonstrate through my writing were “Making Transitions” and “Designing
Haiti VS Haida Gwaii: A quake-to-quake comparison (WIP) Comparison 1: Geological Aspects The earthquake that shook Haiti came at a decently strong 7.0 Magnitude, and although that may not come off as anything specially devastating, the end results caused by the sole earthquake itself weren’t something that is left to be desired. The depth of the Haiti quake was 9.9 km deep, and yet again, nothing to holler about in comparison with the Haida Gwaii’s 17.5km depth of destruction. However, the perceived shaking of the Haiti earthquake is said to be “extreme”, which is four tiers above Haida Gwaii’s perceived shaking level (strong). Comparison 2: Human and environmental impacts Due to many factors that provide a variety of influences that
Job Performance: Petty Officer Power has proven to be a vital asset to the power plants division on board USS HARRY S. TRUMAN (CVN 75) while serving as the Jet Shop Night Shift Supervisor he led seven personnel in the complete tear down, buildup, testing, and trouble shooting of 17 F404-GE-400/402 engines. His steadfast initiative resulted in three new Collateral Duty Inspector qualifications increasing workcenter flexibility and readiness by 50 percent. He has qualified on a significant amount of support equipment to include: the shipboard crane, huffer, cc cart, 6K forklift and 20K forklift making him an invaluable asset to the Truman team. He has also completed the 3M/DC Qualifications along with Advanced DC and is 75 percent complete with his EIDW
He took over the resort and decided to make a few upgrades to the resort that turned it into a world class skiing area that is visited by people across the world. Now, Squaw Valley is one of the top ski resort 's in the world. Andy Wirth has also added another accomplishment to his long career. He has been appointed to the Reno Airport Board. Andy Wirth Appointed The recent appointment to the Reno Airport Board should come as no surprise to those that are familiar with the entrepreneur
Legalized conscription truly revolutionized Canada’s future. The efforts put into making conscription possible created positive results, the increase in Canadian economy , increase in respect for women, and women 's political rights. All of this had only happened because of conscription. The Canadian economy improved drastically due to conscription. As more and more Canadians joined the war the demand for Canadian resources increased and new industries were formed.
The impact of the New Madrid earthquake, although did not result in a lot of fatalities or destruction, left lasting effects on the land and those involved. Many did not know what to do, and it caused terror and fear in those who were ill prepared for the earthquake. It remains the largest earthquake in North America, and will always be remembered in the hearts of the Americans.
Through the events and outcome of this war, Canada was able to improve the quality of life for the settlers in the country as well as lay the necessary foundations for the country’s independent future. This war has been a source of pride for many Canadians, and has been celebrated by historical societies of Canada. The battles of this war were fought by what would become Canada’s own military within that same century. By time of the Confederation of Canada in 1867, Canada would be equipped with the technology, training, and knowledge that would allow the country to develop their own army; this would allow for participation and representation of Canada as its own nation in future wars, such as World War I and World War
The medicinal and reparation costs were more than the surrounding cities could afford. Thankfully, the United States of America offered their assistance, which strengthened their growing relationship with Canada even further. The impact of the explosion was felt for almost two kilometres. The regions Richmond and Dartmouth were
When a disaster occurs the federal, state, and local governments contact the military for help and support due to the their advantages attached to military operations and response which could benefit in them in manpower with specific qualifications, skills and expertise, strategic and rapid mobilization, updated technology and a variety of equipment (helicopters, aircraft, earth-moving machinery, respirators, medical supplies, power and lighting equipment, under-water capability, etc.) that most emergency organizations are unable to acquire on a moment notice (Kapucu, 2011). Besides, the military’s bureaucratic structure with hierarchical rules in place are effective in command, coordination, and control of manpower, authority, and regulations, is beneficial in providing effective response actions during the time of emergency (Anderson 1970; Schrader 1993; Sylves 2008; US House of Representatives 2006) (Kapucu, 2011). This advantage cut time in half because the structure is already set up without questioning who is doing what or who is in charge. Additionally, the military supports in sheltering the homeless, the construction of temporary housing and restoration of minimal critical infrastructure (water, electric, sanitation, communication infrastructure, etc.
Many people were investing at the time and stocks were skyrocketing. All of these contributing factors helped the country get out of debt, the available jobs and people’s quality of life. This change was the most important factor of change and contributed to Canada
The terrorist attacks on September 11 2001 were a sad day for our nation, yet it showed the vulnerabilities in the Americans emergency management system. President Jimmy Carter made a good effort with the creation of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), but as 9/11 proved FEMA was not equipped to management terrorist threats. The nation needed something fay beyond what FEMA could offer, which lead to the creation of the Department of Homeland Security. Historically, major disasters have always prompt change in the American culture take for example the attack on Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor enhanced Americans drive towards technology and Science.
D-Day changed everything and it was a major turning point in the war. The attack significantly shortened the war and allowed Paris to be liberated by August 25th D-Day also allowed the non-Russian Allies to be in the end of the war which was making significant progress in capturing territory farther and farther west. The presence of American, Canadian, and British troops helped stop Germany and keep Russia from gaining any more land in Europe. D-day was not only significant because of these reasons but it also added to America 's national pride. The victory boosted American boldness.