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Captain Steven Tamborelli contributed significantly to United States Army Aviation throughout his aviation career, he deployed to Afghanistan for OEF 13-14, and has excelled in every position he has held. He is a consummate mentor for officers, warrant officers and enlisted Soldiers. He is a consistent and competent source of advice for superiors. His outstanding performance reflects greatly upon the Warrant Officer Corps and United States Army Aviation.
In 2012, General Dempsey states “Mission Command is fundamentally a learned behavior to be imprinted into the DNA of a profession of arms.” The way Mission Command has evolved through the past years is indicative to the US Military adjusting to a new threat. The concept of Mission Command is not new, what is important is how General Dempsey states “Education in the fundamental principles of mission command must begin at the start of service and be progressively more challenging..” The General emphasizes the need for education at the start of the individual’s service. Additionally, this highlights the United States Army’s doctrinal adjustment to the new threat. During the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, the US faced an enemy whose creativity and adaptability are two of its greatest assets. The fast-paced situation changes in both of those AOs required tactical level leadership maintain the autonomy to “exercise disciplined initiative.” This type of initiative historically leads to mission success, specifically in fast-paced situations where a key to success is forcing the enemy to react.
In support of my capstone project, I assessed and will submit a redesigned proposal with developmental recommendations for reformation of a solid POI for the SPCC that takes place at the Army Logistics University. In this, I have identified the foremost purpose for this redesign as the following: The investment in the education and training of rising leadership is vital to the long-term success of our sustainment support staff and the services provided. With this course providing training in modular force operations for newly selected command designees that enables them to function effectively throughout their command tour it is very important to make sure that the training is substantive. Therefore the main focus is to assure that training is current and emerging sustainment doctrine and leadership topics for commanders on the National Guard, Reservist and Active Duty levels is most essential.
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Sergeant Willins is enthusiastically recommended for the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for meritorious service while serving as a member of the Marine Corps Cyberspace Warfare Group (MCCYWG), U.S. Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command from December 2015 to September 2018. During this period, Sergeant Willins consistently performed his duties in an exemplary and extremely effective manner. Sergeant Willins' initiative, maturity, and subject matter expertise were a driving force behind the success of cyberspace operations for MCCYWG and the National Security
-From July 2015 to August 2015, SSgt Jones (while still a Sergeant) played a major role in developing a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for how 700 Combat Mission Team would operate using a sub-element concept. These SOPs formed the basis for CMT intelligence and administrative operations. This effort required extensive functional planning,
SFC Burns was selected above three of his peers, as the NCOIC for the Supply and Service (S&S) section. His impeccable work ethic, knowledge and keen attention to detail has enabled responsive sustainment and fostered an environment to achieve a high state of mission and equipment readiness. SFC Burns' pursuit for excellence and meticulous handling of administrative actions, attests to his professional demeanor to excel in the face of adversity or setback. He is a force multiplier to the team, testify to his personal military achievements.
Master Sergeant Jeffrey J. Baker distinguished himself throughout a 25-year career through exceptionally meritorious service in a succession of positions of great responsibility to the Army and to the nation. Previous leadership positions of significant achievement include Human Resources Operations Branch (HROB) NCOIC, 82d Sustainment Brigade, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Advanced Individual Training (AIT) Series Chief and Headquarters/Alpha (HQ/A) Company First Sergeant, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. MSG Baker's career culminated as the First Sergeant of the Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), 369th Adjutant General Battalion, U.S Army Soldier Support Institute (USASSI), Fort Jackson, South
1. I highly recommend SSG Alan Clark for the position of Survey Section Recon NCO. SSG Clark has worked as a subject matter expert in the Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear (CBRN) field for over sixteen years. Over a brief period of time SSG Clark has proven to possess great knowledge in CBRN related incidents that the 101st Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team has encountered. SSG Clark’s ability to connect to soldiers of all ranks and as well as technical and tactical knowledge is a great asset to the Survey Section.
Petty Officer Gray is a highly motivated Sailor who always displays quality workmanship and outstanding initiative in his day to day accomplishments. His contributions have been vital in ensuring the highest efficiency and accountability of the NMCB One's mission of "we sere in the world's greatest Navy, we honor our proud Seabee heritage, and we are The First and The Finest Seabee battalion. His tireless efforts and unwavering devotion to duty clearly warrant the special reconition afforded by the Navy and Marine Corps Achevement
Mr. Jose Cuayo has performed every major duty one can ask for a GS-12. His performance since arriving to US Army Europe is impeccable. Jose’s extensive field knowledge and experience allows him to stamp out fires before they become a command crisis. Although this is his first staff assignment, Jose has assimilated into the command and is performing admirably.
SNC delivered a confident and complete order successfully addressing all paragraphs of the five paragraph order. SNC assigned primary and secondary tasks to subordinates and reiterated the Enemy Situation. SNC properly controlled the fire team’s formation utilizing proper dispersion and smoothly transitioned from column to wedge. Upon enemy contact SNC relayed a clear and effective ADDRAC and directed SNC’s fire team to provide suppressive fire. SNC maintained mission focus when SNC’s fire team took a casualty. SNC directed his fire team in a tactically appropriate manner as they evacuated the casualty. Upon return to MA-2A SNC submitted the map to higher without being prompted by the evaluator. SNC displayed suburb leadership potential
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate what I learned about mission command and reflect on how I will use the philosophy and concepts of mission command in my future duty assignment following graduation from the Sergeants Major Course. Although mission command is commander centric, noncommissioned officers (NCO’s) play a dynamic role in facilitating it.