A consummate professional who consistently strives to enhance individual expertise and team competencies. He showed great initiative in the development and implementation of the N3 Authorized Service Interruptions (ASIs) Process to support Joint Regional Security Stack (JRSS) Network Migration and Sustainment Standard Operating Procedure (SOP). His efforts ensure that the JRSS ASI migrations process was documented to ensure a repeatable process for use by the CTF 1010, Joint Migration Team (JMT), Service Migration Team, and the Network owner for all future Navy JRSS migrations. Hard charging self-motivated individual whose outstanding technical expertise and keen knowledge of the ASI process.
During his deployment, SGT Garcia assumed duties above his rank while working as the NCOIC for the ADAFCO Section, a position normally occupied by a Sergeant First Class. During the ten months deployment, all NCOIC support functions were executed with great alacrity and high proficiency, He ensure that the morale stayed high with in the ADAFCO section. Even with these additional tasks, he still performed all originally assigned Air Defense Artillery Fire Control Assistant (ADAFCA) tasks flawlessly and above standard.
CPL Rice achieved the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 94.45 grade point average. When he was put in a leadership position, he took charge and attacked every task at hand with little to no supervision. A highly influential leader; he spent time helping in accomplishing any and all tasks to better the team. CPL Rice was a true team player throughout the entire course; completely supporting fellow Noncommissioned Officers to build and improve collective competence within the squad during all classroom discussions. He excelled in his ability to research answers for all three exams receiving a superior scores in all the academics examinations.
SPC Kim, achieved the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 98.49 GPA grade point average. SPC Kim displayed excellent oral communication skills when placed in a leadership position, he immediately took charge and set the standard and tone for peers, to emulate. SPC Kim exuberanted enthusiasm and determination throughout the course. SPC Kim professionalism and strong decisive commands led him to obtaining a 100% on his Conduct Squad Drill Evaluation. He demonstrated exceptional active listening skills which he used to issue orders that allowed his squad to achieve success on all accomplished missions.
1. I offer my highest endorsement on behalf of C/MAJ Brown. He is currently the Battalion S-2, Security Officer for Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) and a key asset to R.J. Reynolds High School. He is an outstanding student who displays requisite characteristics of a great leader. 2.
How I would justify Capitan Lashbrooke’s decision of stopping the attack halfway and almost leaving the Sergeant Major, Snell, Tom and the 3 other soldiers behind is by showing betrayal, disloyalty, and selfishness. Capitan Lashbrooke felt it was “ok” to leave the bugler, the Corporal, and the Sergeant Major along with some soldiers behind. He didn’t know value and importance of these people, and was willing would have left them behind. He didn’t realize how the battle would have gone without having the Sergeant Major. Throughout the book, Captain Lashbrooke always had orders for Jim, but if he wasn’t present, some things wouldn’t be the same.
General George Catlett Marshall was one of the most decorated Soldiers and a successful statesman in the history of the United States. The distinguished General served his country selflessly and with honor for over four decades as a Soldier, as a chief of staff of the Army, as a secretary of state and as a secretary of defense. He was a skillful diplomat and a great leader with brilliant mind. Although he had never led Soldiers to a battle or fired a shot during the Second World War, he was elevated to the highest rank for his strategic and diplomatic brilliance. As a chief of staff of the Army, General Marshall was responsible for building the finest and the best Army in the world.
It is with great pleasure that I write this letter in recommendation for Tyler Bromagen to serve as an enlisted member in the United States Navy. I served in the Navy as a Commander in the Nurse Corps for nearly 30 years and know the importance of recognizing a future effective leader for our armed forces. After knowing Tyler for over 10 years as a close family friend I can truly say I would be proud to serve alongside him. Tyler is a natural born leader, but more importantly
Operation “Fire Iguana” “Are you sure this is the one?” “I’m positive, he has the greatest track record in the agency, if he can’t do it, no one can” “You’re really willing to put your neck out this far for this guy” “He’s the only racially ambiguous Mexican man in the CIA that I trust. Of course I believe he can do it. As a recipient of the Purple heart, medal of honor, Distinguished Intelligence Cross, the Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal, and the Presidential award for P.E, he should be the most qualified for this type of mission.” “Well, if he’s your choice, then “Operation DokI Doki” has the green light, have him briefed and ready to deploy in the next 48 hours.
SGT Bass served as a Ration Control Specialist during the Mission Readiness Exercise (MRE). During so, she ensured proper accountability of subsistence and inventory of over $50,000 in value. Continuously, she had ensured class I support was available for over 7500 meals. Under inclement and straining weather, she continuously boosts the morale of the Soldiers. SGT Bass constantly proves her ability to become a viable and important