-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).
Sgt Francis is currently serving 20 plus years of military service, 6 years Reservist as a Marine Engineer, and 14 years Reg Force as an Aerospace Telecommunication Systems technician. He has vast experience in the CAF training system with six years at CFB Kingston as an POET instructor, course director, and an ATIS Training Standards supervisor; maturing young technicians in their selected careers.
Biography: Intelligence Specialist First Class Randee Sleigher Petty Officer Sleigher is currently assigned to the Intel Department, Sector North Carolina. Petty Officer Sleigher recently returned to regular reserve status after four years of active reserve status at Special Missions Training Center, Camp Lejeune, NC where she served as a logistic administrator in
**EXCEPTIONAL AND INDUSTRIOUS LEADER WHO PERFORMED AT THE SCPO LEVEL** -EXCEPTIONAL LEADING CHIEF PETTY OFFICER. Led NRS Jersey City to achieve an outstanding 138% New Contract Objective, 105% Reserve Contract Objective, 100% Nuclear Field, and 110% shipping goal with ZERO in month attrition FY17.
Submission for award based on Petty Officer Brewer's upcoming retirement after completing 20 years active military service. For meritorious service as N2 Departmental Leading Petty Officer at U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Far East Detachment, Diego Garcia from January 2015 to April 2016. Her resourcefulness,
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.
- Technical Expert. Petty Officer Seals trained 4 personnel in the operation's and functions of Alfa Company, redefining numerous degraded programs. His steadfast coordination
PETTY OFFICER MEEKER IS A MODEL SAILOR WITH A PHENOMENAL WORK ETHIC. -SUPERIOR TECHNICIAN. He contributed 700 hours updating Assured Compliance Assessment Solution (ACAS) scan zones and repository configurations, maintained accurate network device accountability and insured scanning occurred on all devices. Additionally, he produced 30 compliance reports, 475 vulnerability scans, and created 24 Remedy Tickets resulting in the removal of 1500 dormant workstations from Active Directory providing critical information for network patching efforts, greatly contributing 2 successful CSI's.
He is in-charge of 50 personnel, operating and maintains all information-related activities in Southern Mainland Japan. As Commander, Task Unit 1010.7.6, his team consistently achieved excellence. His base communications manager was a recipient of the 2015 Copernicus award and his Senior Sailor of the Year was a finalist in the Fiscal Year 2015 Fleet Cyber Command Senior Sailor of
I served as the 24th MI BN HHSC Training Room NCOIC. My duties and responsibilities include developing and maintaining all training records, monitoring, scheduling, and preparing training for NCOs and junior enlisted soldiers. I assisted Soldiers in scheduling service school attendance, as well as schedule MOS related development training. I tracked and maintained all Army Mandatory Training, Intelligence Security Command Mandatory Training, and advised the Operations Readiness NCOs on deployment training tolerances. I attended BN level meetings, such as Battalion Command and Staff, as well as Battalion Training Meetings. As a Staff Sergeant, I served as the Battalion S2 NCOIC of a MI BN with four geographically separated Companies conducting
*****FISCAL YEAR 2016 SECOND QUARTER DETACHMENT SENIOR SAILOR OF THE QUARTER***** Petty Officer Findley proved to be a dynamic leader. As Naval Radio Transmitter Facility (NRTF) Awase Leading Petty Officer, his leadership led to 15 Awase Watch Supervisor qualifications, five Maintenance, Material and Management (3M) 301 qualifications and three Sailor of the Quarter (SOQ) selections. Additionally, he conducted 24 Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) training sessions leading to zero reportable hits during the Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 Naval Information Warfare EKMS inspection.
* PETTY OFFICER LANE EPITOMIZES THE MODEL SAILOR; SETS THE STANDARDS FOR ALL TO EMULATE! *
Petty Officer Martinez is nothing short of a stellar Sailor, consistently performing above his paygrade and setting the example for his peers to strive toward. YN3 Martinez filled the role of Personnel Officer, a billet normally filled by a senior First Class Petty Officer, during a critical manning shortfall
SFC Cipriano served as the unit Training NCOIC where he managed 8 Soldiers throughout 160 training management actions. He oversaw the full indoctrination of DTMS and ensured his staff was well-prepared to incorporate.
CTG 1010.7/NCTS FE deployed three Sailor teams of 16 Sailors, totaling 2,500 man-days to Commander, Destroyer Squadron 15 (COMDESRON 15), USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN-73) and USS FITZGERALD (DDG-62) in direct support of counter-terrorism, counter-piracy, maritime interdiction, freedom of navigation operations, Western Pacific and South China/East China Sea-sea patrols. Commander Fischers' direct C4I support of joint and fleet operations was lauded by all commanders. All CTG 1010.7/NCTS FE Sailors were highly recognized for their superb performance, skill and expertise and their direct contributions to SEVENTH Fleet war-fighting