SPC Limtiaco achieved the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 93.09% grade point average. She exceeded the Army APFT standard with an overall score of 273; which contributes to her physical toughness and unit readiness. SPC Limtiaco exemplified the Army Values and Warrior Ethos during the Basic Leaders Course and maintained a satisfactory grade point average. SPC Limtiaco superior performance during the Garrison and Tactical Leadership evaluation showed her ability to apply the core leadership competencies and attributes. Through her high level of attention to detail and precise execution she received a superior rating during Squad Drill and Oral Brief evaluations. SPC
SPC Figueroa achieved the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 96% grade point average. She demonstrated exceptional writing skills during communicate in writing evaluation that are normally found in more experienced NCOs. SPC Figueroa demonstrated exceptional active listening skills and two-way communication to ensure every task exceeded expected standards. During her leadership evaluation, SPC Figueroa set a positive and professional example for the rest of the squad to follow. She further distinguished herself by showing her superior land Navigation skills by successfully finding four out of four points during the land navigation evaluation. While at the NCOA, SPC Figueroa
SPC Greenwald achieved the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 92.51% grade point average. SPC Greenwald showed the potential to be an excellent Noncommissioned Officer. SPC Greenwald scored a 241 on his Army Physical Fitness Test. His superior garrison leadership ability aided the squad to achieve its mission and exceed the standards. He displayed a superior understanding of how to lead Soldiers in a tactical environment. SPC Greenwald greatly aided the squad's ability to effectively complete the mission. He consistently set the standard with his professionalism, attention to detail, and military bearing. SPC Greenwald demonstrated a satisfactory understanding of how
SPC Novy exceeded the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 97.29 grade point average earning Commandant's List recognition. SPC Novy demonstrated excellence in the core leader competencies. He is an enthusiastic leader that possess all the attributes of an effective leader. His constant professionalism and military bearing was impeccable. His unyielding desire to succeed resulted in him being selected above 31 of his peers to perform duties as the Platoon Sergeant. He provided decentralized leadership allowing each squad to focus on their mission without interruptions; a consummate professional who requested respect and displayed authority while assigned in a leadership
SPC Foltz exceeded the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 97.23% grade point average earning Commandant's List. SPC Foltz received a first time "GO" on all evaluations and examinations throughout the course. SPC Foltz is an enthusiastic speaker who commanded the attention of the whole group while serving in leadership positions. She displayed exceptional leadership skills as a squad leader; constantly ensured that personnel were prepared for the next training day and used initiative to accomplish tasks not assigned. SPC Foltz was a true team player throughout the entire course; completely supported fellow Noncommissioned Officers and strived to build and improve collective
SPC Green exceeded the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 94.97 grade point average earning Commandants Lists recognition. Through her demonstrated ability to pay high attention to detail she earned superior ratings in multiple graded evaluations which included achieving 100 out of 100 points during her Drill and Ceremony evaluation and Conduct Individual Training evaluations. SPC Green is a true professional who constantly displays the respect and leadership characteristics a Noncommissioned Officer should possess, which led to her being selected to serve as the Student Platoon Sergeant. Due to SPC Green's drive to succeed, she was awarded the Iron Soldier award. There
SPC Jon exceeded the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall GPA of 92.85, earning him a place on the Commandant's List. He distinguished himself from his peers further by winning the BLC Leadership Award. SPC Jon demonstrated his ability to communicate effectively with his Soldiers, earning a superior rating for oral communication. He also proved his ability to lead Soldiers, both in garrison and tactical situations. SPC Jon always participated in group work and classroom discussion, and helped foster a climate that influenced others to do the same. SPC Jon set the example for his squad in all regards to physical fitness, scoring perfect scores on both his APFT and PRT evaluation.
SFC Pham completely redesigned the 91S30 Advance Leader Course (ALC). He spent countless hours on researching, surveying, and conducting face-to-face interviews with Soldiers of all level from different SBCT to developed the right training products for the 91S30 ALC. The new POI, ISAP, and 12 lesson plans has been through three pilots validation process, approved by all students, instructors, and course managers, and awaiting the final approval from the Chief of Ordnance.
Corporal Cencich has my utmost support and highest recommendation for selection as Division non- commissioned officer of the quarter. Through this period, Corporal Cencich has executed his duties superbly. During Integrated Training Exercise (ITX) 3-15, Corporal Cencich served as the fire support team chief, Kilo Company, 3d Battalion 8th Marines. While serving as the team chief, he conducted 500 calls for fire resulting in the safe and accurate firing of over 5,000 artillery rounds. Responsible for the team’s communication and observation suite, a value exceeding $100,000, Corporal Cencich ensured 100% accountability throughout training despite directly participating in multiple company and battalion exercises aboard Marine Air Ground
SPC Jon exceeded the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 92.85% grade point average earning Commandant's List recognition. His attributes and competencies and knowledge of the responsibilities were put to the test with SPC Jon achieving the Leadership Award. SPC Jon demonstrated a high level of dedication to maintain his physical ability by achieving a 300 on the APFT. SPC Jon was also had the opportunity to compete in the academy's Iron Warrior Competition. His ability to effectively commutate verbally is that of a seasoned Noncommissioned Officer, whether it is though giving commands to a formation or writing awards for his Soldiers. SPC Jon's dedication to the mission
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.
SPC Trabi achieved course standards. He demonstrated the ability to communicate in writing. This Soldier communicated openly and effectively with peers. SPC Trabi made efficient use of subordinate leaders. He was present during BLC Class # 008-17. SPC Trabi needs more mentoring, coaching and training in order to develop as an effective Noncommissioned Officer and being entrusted with more duties and responsibilities as a Noncommissioned
Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen and welcome to the Eagle Battalion’s 5th annual Military Ball. This program is something that has changed several people lives including myself. Most people who sign up for JROTC don't see how much it has change their life into they are viewed differently by people in their life. Each year, we succeed as a whole group and ; sharing our leadership skills with our friends and get to experience new positions each year. I’ve always want to be Battalion Commander but never would I have thought I would have grown to be the person I am today. There are some hard days where nothing would going right but I rely on my fellow cadets to help me get through it. But throughout the year and even now, I continue to grow as
The purpose of this document is to explain how Sargent First Class (SFC) Kietsayam Krueree is my leader of influence and directly impacts the legacy I want to leave as a soldier. He was the first individual I met in the Army who mentored me and displayed leadership core competences. I have had many leaders in the Army, few have left a lasting impression that had a positive effect on my leadership style. He volunteered me for every open position that was challenging and essential for my professional growth. He found a way to make every task a developmental point for all of the soldiers. Several leadership traits to include my adaptability and calm demeanor, I owe to SFC Krueree’s mentorship. He is a leader who smiled and made every
First Lieutenant Flores distinguished himself while assigned to the 2291st USAH Backfill Company through clear and sincere dedication to duty, exceptional critical thinking, and genuine desire to serve Soldiers in support of the organizational mission. Performing duties as the Third Platoon Leader, 1LT Flores expertly managed the welfare, training, and daily activities during Battle Training Assemblies (BTA) for nearly 30 Soldiers representing at least four different Military Occupational Specialties