Outstanding Second Class Petty Officer. Extremely knowledgeable, motivated and resourceful. A model Sailor who sets the example by outstanding professionalism and supreme initiative. -Astute Manager. Expertly managed personnel and equipment during the repair of 30 downing discrepancies, over 300 special inspections, 14 phase inspections and 43 daily inspections. This maximized command readiness and directly contributed to aircrews flying over 9500 mishap free flight hours. -Exceptional Leader and Mentor. Skillfuly managed six personnel while performing the roll of night check work center supervisor. Additionally, he trained and qualified four CDQAR's, 5 CDI's,12 Plane Captains and led five others to be certified as Enlisted Aviation Warfare
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Responsible for the program of instruction and daily flight operations for the Army's UH60 Blackhawk Flight School XXI, management of the Aircrew Training Program and the professional development and general health and welfare of 151 assigned personnel and 252 student pilots. Responsible for the risk management, mission approval process, standardization and training of a company which daily launches 98 helicopters in day, night, IMC, and night vision goggle modes of flight. As an instructor pilot, responsible for maintaining the highest level of proficiency in the UH-60 A/L and Mike model in all modes of flight, training student pilots, conducting flight evaluations, and enforcing aviation standardization and overall unit safety procedure.
-Exemplary Supervisor. Petty Officer Brickhouse led, trained, and qualified eight personnel in daily watch routine requirements. He maintained custody of 18 Electronic Key Management System line items during watch to watch turnover with zero discrepancies. Additionally, he earned the Enlisted Information Dominance Warfare Specialist designation and conducted training for three Sailors in Maintenance, Material, and Management (3M).
SFC (Ret.) Mark C. Daw is the subject of this Leader’s Legacy paper. SFC Daw served for over twenty years in the United States Army Signal Corps. SFC Daw served during the Cold War in the Berlin Brigade, in Operation Desert Storm, in Bosnia during Implementation Force (I-FOR), and in Operation Iraqi Freedom 04-06. A career paratrooper, SFC Daw’s leadership style involved leading from the front at all times, superior tactical and technical proficiency, a hand of discipline tempered by wisdom, and developing his Soldiers professionally and personally. SFC Daw’s example serves as one worthy of emulation by all Soldiers, regardless of expertise or field. I am the Soldier I am today because of SFC Daw.
- Displayed exceptional leadership and decision making abilities while leading a team of three military, and 14 contractor personnel in the flawless execution of the C4I mission. She directly supervised the telecommunications services annex
Petty Officer Browning is a knowledgeable and versatile Sailor who performs above and beyond her peers. She consistently takes on demanding assignments and completes them with exceptional results. Her outstanding leadership, managerial skills and high level of professional competence have contributed significantly to the unit's high state of readiness.
I was well positioned to execute the duties as Maintenance Control Safe for Flight Chief through two arduous detachments and work up cycles. I surpassed all expectations up and down my chain of command and was awarded appropriately for my leadership actions. I thrive on the opportunities to lead while providing mentorship and guidance to Sailors and Marines alike. My record of accomplishments as a professional, leader, manager and mentor exemplifies the traits required and will ensure my success if selected.
SPC XXXXXXX achieved the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall XXXXX% grade point average. SPC XXXXX was a motivated leader that participated in all classroom discussions. His determination to seek self-improvement and work as a team player was unparalleled throughout the course. He displayed exceptional drill and ceremony skills while flawlessly inspecting and marching a squad size element. His ability to assimilate new information and present it in a military manor was evident during his oral history brief. He demonstrated comprehensive knowledge in all academic areas, excelling in communicating in writing, and conducting individual training. As squad leader during the
In early 1986, Lieutenant General Saint and his Command Sergeants Major, Command Sergeants Major Horvath, identified the need to establish an elite organization to recognize stellar Non-Commissioned Officers. These Non-Commissioned Officers are those who have demonstrated excellence in performance and leadership abilities that resemble those of other influential NCO’s. A special group that needed a figure head that all members could emulate and strive to act in accordance with. This figure head could be none other than Sergeant Audie Murphy.
Petty Officer Beaton applied his diverse professional knowledge and technical skill set in providing superb customer service to 358 Defense Information System Agency circuits supporting 23,000 Joint Military and Civilian personnel in support of SEVENTH and FIFTH Fleet, to include 23 forward deployed vessels and 83 tenant commands.
SFC Warren demonstrated exceptional professionalism and leadership ability as an Advanced Individual Training (AIT) Platoon Sergeant for the second largest military occupational specialty in the U.S. Army, 68W, combat medic. As the Senior Platoon Sergeant she led a highly productive team of nine platoon sergeants during one training cycle, and was pivotal in the welfare, mentorship and Soldierization of over 1800 Soldier medics during her tenure.
What my husband's advancement to Chief Petty Officer means to me? The answer of that question could be 10 pages long or I could just resume what I feel in one word, "extremely proud", well I guess two words. I meet Christian 16 years ago, he was full of energy, funny, he had the ability to turn any sad or bad situation in a joke making everybody laugh, and that make me fell in love with him. However, he was a little immature, unfocused when it comes to work and nothing seemed to fulfill his expectations. I always knew that his passion was a career in the military, but that was out of question in my book! However, the life had other plans for us and with only 21 years we received our first child, Christian Junior. Our lives changed suddenly
Petty Officer Bailey demonstrated to be an outstanding team leader consistently promoting a team effort and worked effectively with his co-workers and other divisions. As the Pollution Incident Response course manager he expertly managed the preparations and execution of 02 Pollution Incident Response courses including the coordination with Boat Forces during the boom deployment exercises. He demonstrated a can do attitude while assisting his peers with the delivery and execution of Facility Inspector, Waterways Management, Explosive Handling Supervisor courses and supporting the International Maritime Officer Courses during the Marine Safety week. As a member of the Senior Management workgroup team, Petty Officer Bailey assisted with the
- DEDICATED SAILOR. He led two Sailors in the processing of 879 pieces of correspondence, 219 pieces of official mail, 100 awards, 106 FITREPS/EVALs and 75 directives and organized eleven command awards quarters. As Departmental Asset Manager, he was responsible for the accountability of 85 departmental assets. Additionally, he redesigned the departmental program, resulting in 100 percent inventory accountability during the XO and PXO turnover.