When he arrived, the unit had already established itself as the premier unit in its particular area of excellence. The unit boasted individual and team world, and national championships six separate shooting disciplines. In addition, the unit had a nascent but successful Instructor Training Group (ITG) tasked with teaching the operating and generating forces basic, and advanced marksmanship programs. Even though these teams were already very successful, and on a clear path to sustain performance levels and outputs, LTC Doe ordered a comprehensive review of all systems as part of his command transition. This decision revealed opportunities to improve the organization by enhancing the ability to win competitions, and improving marksmanship capabilities across the Army.
An exceptional gifted First Class Petty Officer whose leadership and technical savvy far surpass that of his peers. He exhibits the leadership and traits expected of a phenomenal LDO; superb self-discipline, sound decision making, outstanding communication skills and tireless motivation. He is recognized throughout the chain-of-command as the "go-to-leader" not only for my detachment but for Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS). AO1 Carrillo is performing NOW at the Level I expect of any Ordnance Officer.
During this period, Sergeant Amos repeatedly distinguished himself through unrelenting professionalism and superior conduct in the achievement of duties involving the execution of the extensively diverse and intricate administrative functions as the S-1 Noncommissioned Officer-in-Charge. He personally planned and directed the preparation of seven Marine Corps Analysis Team (MCAAT) Functional Areas; five of which resulted in a “no pay discrepancy” evaluation. His efforts led to the Squadron receiving a noteworthy “mission capable” evaluation obtaining an overall MCAAT rating of 85.91%. The inspectors noted that it was the best presentation they had ever witnessed.
Throughout my experiences I have discovered my tremendous ability to multitask. During my years of college, EMT and hospital volunteering I have shown persistent success. Able to study for a microbiology exam while at the firehouse as an EMT might seem hard for others. However, I feel most comfortable in these situations and seem to have success as well. Earning an A on my exam and reporting to 10+ EMS calls seems to be a productive and successful day for me.
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.
LAPD Cadet: In the course of being an L.A.P.D Cadet, I have acquired the rank Corporal. This rank consists of teaching recruits the fundamentals of the program and the 3 D 's (dedication, determination, and discipline). In 2011, I received an award for being the best physically fit in the entire recruit class. This award was given to me for having overall great motor skills, strength, and endurance. Within the Cadet program, I was involved in a traffic course that enhanced my knowledge in traffic laws, regulations, and standards.
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.
As an Infantry team leader I earned leadership status by setting, inspirational goals and examples. Superb organizational, motivational, and time management skills. Excelled at identifying, developing and using the strengths of team members, as well as locating, detecting, and resolving problems and weaknesses of each individual team member. Inspired each and every team member to perform and produce their best. Inspected and maintained weapon systems, and equipment.
This award was proof that I had risen above my peers and that I was capable of elevating myself to set the example for those who may follow in my foot steps, it proved anyone who ever put me down or shoved me away wrong. This was a true moment a triumph, it was and still is my greatest accomplishment, and I only have God to thank for all the opportunity I am
Petty Officer Gavin is a knowledgeable and versatile Sailor whose team work has been invaluable to the command. He consistently takes on demanding assignments and completes them with exceptional results. His outstanding leadership, managerial skills and high level of professional competence have contributed significantly to the unit's high state of readiness. Highlights of his specific accomplishments include: - As an Awase Watch Supervisor, he expertly troubleshot multiple major system casualties and trained detachment personnel.
Kim Jong Il July 8th of 1994, North Korea lost their beloved leader, Kim Il-Sung, which put Kim Jong-Il in the perfect position to rise to power. He was the leader of North Korea up until his death in 2011, throwing the whole nation into grief. Under Kim Jong-Il’s dictatorship, any North Korean would tell you that they adore their leader and that they are living happy and healthy lives. They definitely love and adore their leader, but as far as living a healthy life, they could not be more wrong.
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
SPC Kim's thirst for knowledge and attentiveness helped him develop as a cashier in the Disbursing section. Through numerous long days of hard work and dedication to the mission, he was able to effectively pay over $2.7 million for death gratuities with zero loss of funds. His loyalty and dependability combined with his ability to work without supervision, contributed greatly to the Unit’s success. SPC Kim’s hard work and commitment to his unit while working in the processing section of the Defense Military Pay Office (DMPO) was exceptional. He processed over 25,000 documents with a 98.7% accuracy rate.