I have seven years’ experience in office management and administrative support for the Maneuver Captains Career Course (MCCC) on Fort Benning, GA. As the Lead Administrative Assistant
As the Command Mustering Petty officer, YN2 Smith receives, verifies and generates all of HQ’s muster reports and report them to the Executive Officer. As N1 Asset Manager, he personally inspected and verified all of N1 Department’s assets by reviewing and updating assets in remedy. As N1 Department IT Representative, YN2 smith, ensured trouble tickets were submitted in a timely matter resulting in minimal downtime on mission readiness. As the Assistant Command Career Counselor, YN2 Smith ensured all
Real World Process Interview On January 23, 201 an interview was conducted with Milton E. Maddox, CPT, SC Operations Officer for United States Military Expeditionary Training Support Division .Captain Maddox’s credentials include over 18 years of military experience with eighteen months of supply chain experience. Captain Maddox is a Communications Officer for Expeditionary Training Support Division. In our interview he prefers to be called Milton. Milton stated that he serves as the primary Operations Officer for Deployable Instrumentation System Europe (DISE) which is responsible for providing home station instrumentation training support and equipment for U.S. and Multinational Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines training throughout
In 2006, $200 million and an estimated 2,000 lives were saved by using a comprehensive safety program called the Keystone Project, which presented a checklist of five crucial steps for central-line catheter placement; as a result, a dramatic reduction in
- As Far East Watch Officer, he aggressively managed the Technical Control Facility, maintaining a 98 percent network and communication reliability rate for 23,000 users throughout the Far East region. His precise reporting and quick restoration of 52 network and system outages greatly enhanced the critical information exchange for ONE-Net and Defense Information Systems Agency customers.
2. I MSG Scott has been our higher headquarters focal point for fixing numerous issues as we transitioned of our mobilization personnel within the 80THTraining Command. Her assistance in re-energizing halted ADOS-RC packets and MOB packets enabled a viable solution to complex staffing actions affecting our ARPRINT mission. Totally immersed in every aspect of our concerns, she managed the myriad of tasks associated with deploying our training units. She is very adept at finding workable solutions to vexing complex problems. Her skilled leadership is exemplified by providing firm guidance and mentorship to his subordinates and others.
advisor to the Brigade and Staff for all equipment reset and systems modernization functions; responsible for the
Character: Above reproach throughout this rating period. He could always be counted on to do what is right, despite the multifaceted logistical demands he encountered ISO peak troop surges. He created an environment conducive to professional Soldier development through counseling, coaching and mentorship. He fostered a command climate that supported the
• Provide technical advice; assist in training hand receipt holders and other logistics personnel on supply procedures, command supply discipline principles, supervisory responsibilities, and personal responsibilities. Administer PBUSE accounts for the property book team chief; coordinate for status, distribution, and availability of equipment; provide lateral transfer and turn-in.
2. Since taking over the Supply Support Activity (SSA) Platoon in April 2017, SSG Johnson has been a key player as the Material Manager for 3rd Brigade Combat Team (BCT) SSA in support of the 82nd Airborne Division’s World Wide deployment mission. His responsible for maintaining an Authorized to Forecast (ATF) of over 2,204 lines valued in excess of $3.4 million. SSG Jonson manages expedient processing of requisitions and receipts. Provides daily supervisory oversight for receiving, storage, issue, turn-in, and stock control procedures utilizing the Global Combat Support System Army (GCSS-A). SSG Johnson also provides responsive CL II, IV, VII and IX direct support to 120 supporting units. He is also the advisor to the Brigade Command Sergeant Major (CSM) for all multi-class supply support; providing technical analysis and recommendations for sustainment operations. SSG Johnson is responsible for the professional and technical development, morale, and safety of nine Non-commissioned Officers (NCO) and 19
Introduction Currently I am the acting Section Sergeant in Bravo Troop 1-73 Cav, 2nd BCT, 82nd ABN DIV. I began my career October 2009 and was stationed at Ft Richardson AK, with 3rd Battalion 509th Infantry. In my tenure there I served in positions spanning from the assistant gunner to squad leader, and also the Fire Direction Center (FDC) check and chief. While serving as a gunner/ team leader we deployed to Eastern Afghanistan in
contracted support within the Kuwait AO. Served as the acting unit commander, in the absence of a field grade officer responsible for the
PO Snyder played a distinctive role during Sector New York's massive $374K telephone system modernization project. Averting a potentially catastrophic loss of telephony services, PO Snyder assisted with dichipering 20 years of "make it work" Centrex add-ons which consisted of signal tracing 7.5 miles of CAT5e high-speed interconnect cabling. In a single day, PO Snyder logged almost 16 hours assisting with 316 digital phone installations, 376 patch-panel enhancements, and 421 phone line integrity checks. PO Snyder actions vastly improved telecommunication interoperability and multi agency mission execution for the largest field command on the East
•Serve as the system administrator for Defense Civilian Payroll System (DCPS), Automated Time Attendance and Production System (ATAAPS), Integrated Compliance Information System (ICIS) by resolving systems problems, coordinating and resolving matters concerning employees leave, pay, deductions, etc. Knowledgeable of multiple payroll systems, policies, and procedures, systems codes, classifications, and terminology to effectively resolve employees payroll issues.
Unsurpassed technical knowledge. Use his breath of experience and expertise to assess network readiness and oversee C4 outages and system degradations.