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.
Odierno was quoted in Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) 1-0 as saying “[We will] foster continued commitment to the Army Profession, a noble and selfless calling founded on the bedrock of trust. ”2 As the Chief of Staff of the Army, General Odierno calls to focus the foundation of trust that is a necessary priority in the career model of professional Soldiers. Trust is found within the ranks of the Army as an earned credit to individuals who have proven to live the Army values through their actions and give sound guidance fostered by experience.
This has given me a broad perspective and a sound understanding of future career goals and the ability to successfully lead. Through my leadership, I successfully managed and coordinated many details involving Troopers and outside agencies actively working together toward a common goal. This ability I posses to formulate relationships with members who have been under my command, have facilitated my success as a leader. Through both evaluations and performance commendations, I was consistently recognized for my leadership and productivity generated from squad members. These traits I possess, in addition to my knowledge, leadership qualities, and assignment history are essential to succeed as an Assistant Station Commander.
I am proud to recommend SSG Jacob Worley for consideration as a United States Army Warrant Officer Candidate. SSG Worley possesses the qualities required of a future Army Warrant Officer, specifically those needed to excel in the latest addition to the Warrant Officer Military Career Specialties (MOS), the Cyber Operations Technician, 170A. He has served as my Arabic Language Analyst and NCOIC of Analysis and Production for the 102 Combat Mission Team (CMT) for nearly two years. During this time his technical proficiency, attention to detail and adaptability has been equal and at times, has surpassed the skills of individuals assigned to more technical cyber roles within the team.
This letter is to express my interest in the Project Manager position brought to my attention by Joe Gellatly of Medibeat, LLC. My experience, skill-set and competencies are an excellent match for the responsibilities of this position. The knowledge gained working as a Project Manager for Inland Northwest Health Services dovetails perfectly with the requirements at Discus Analytics, Inc. Working as a Service Manager and Inside Sales Representative early in my career instilled a very strong focus on customer service, both internal and external. My years spent in the Purchasing field provided a strong background in developing budgets, resource management and effective communication. As a Project Manager, I worked on the implementation of various
Mission command and understanding the mission were critical to whether he and his Soldiers would be successful or not. Throughout the deployment, his firm understanding of operations and concern for the operational environment led to accomplishments and breakthroughs for the Iraqi people and his division with the implementation of governance, civil authorities, and overall improvement of
SFC Brooks ' outstanding professional skill, knowledge, and leadership aided immeasurably in identifying Logistical problem areas prior to and during Annual Training 2014. His actions in developing and implementing solutions to solve the problems that arose during the 155th Brigades CALFEX were exemplary and taught the next generation of leaders how to overcome all obstacles to success. SFC Brooks was personally involved in the development of the support operation 's concept of support, which integrated the Forward Support Company’s logistical capabilities into the 2/198th CAB Logistics Common Operational Picture subsequently increasing equipment and Soldier readiness. During his tenure, he coordinated the TRAIN/READY support phase of the
As an NCO, I have given my best to ensure mission success and train my soldiers. Concurrently, I continue the search for unique and challenging intelligence positions. Becoming a warrant officer will open doors to those new challenges I seek, expands the possibilities of specific training and unique assignment opportunities while still providing the opportunity to train, lead, and mold the next generation of soldiers. During my 11 years as an Intelligence Analyst, I have excelled in positions of greater responsibility and genuinely believe i have more to offer the Army. Throughout my career, I have taken my job seriously and taken pride in my work.
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.
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
In 2012, Headquarters Marine Corps Law Enforcement Section implemented the Marine Corps Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (MCLEAP). The purpose of the MCLEAP program was to evaluate the performance of the Marine Corps’ Provost Marshal’s Offices and Marine Corps Police Departments, identify innovative methods for utilizing limited, existing resources more effectively, and ensure every Marine Corps Installation has an efficient and professional law enforcement capability. Subsequently, MCIWEST-MCB CAMPEN Mission Assurance established a Law Enforcement Accreditation Assessment Team to assess all aspects of the Provost Marshal’s Office and Marine Corps Police Department’s Headquarters, Operations, and Services sections, using the
SB 436: Stand Your Ground Law On April 26, 2005, Florida Governor Jeb Bush signed into law SB 436 or what is currently known as the Stand Your Ground law. While the government recognizes a person’s right to use self defense, including deadly force, to protect one’s self, the highly controversial law expanded the right to use deadly force in Florida. Before SB 436, common law was meant to ensure each persons protection with two exception. The common law state that the use of deadly force was justified to use against another person if it was a necessity, if the proportionality in which force was used was equal to the amount one was being threatened with and if another person in the same position would reasonably react in the same manner. However
Policy Analysis: Megan’s Law Sexual violence, particularly against children, is a significant issue all around the world. In the early 1990’s in the United States, there were multiple well-publicized cases of sexual violence against children. From kidnappings, to rapes, and everything in between, violence was being committed against children and something needed to be done about it. In 1996, Megan’s Law was passed in response to the sexual assault and death of Megan Kanka, a seven-year-old from New Jersey (Corrigan, 2006).
When a person has been charged with a crime, it's after the police have conducted an investigation. There are many times when the investigation has caused the police to arrest the wrong individual. The accused has the right to have their own investigation conducted by professional detectives working for the defense. Defense attorneys can have their own in-house criminal defense investigator to find facts and evidence that will proclaim their clients' innocence. (-- removed HTML --) Associate Degree Criminal Justice (-- removed HTML --)