15Z / 1SG
Distinguished service as a First Sergeant within a Battalion Headquarters and an Air Traffic Control (ATC) Company. Assumes responsibility for the health, welfare, and training of a commendable number of 163 Soldiers, Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs), and Civilians. Demonstrates exceptional leadership in managing all administrative and company operations. Diligently monitors the operational readiness of facilities and air traffic control systems, valued at an impressive sum exceeding $10 million, spanning two Basefields and four remote Stagefields. Assumes the esteemed position of primary trainer for the unit, providing invaluable guidance in developing unit policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Conducts developmental training for subordinate leaders and serves as a trusted advisor to the Commander on all matters.
15Z / 1SG
Exemplifies exceptional leadership as a company First Sergeant, leading, training, and supervising a distinguished UH-60M Assault Helicopter Company within the esteemed 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade. Assumes responsibility for the health, safety, morale, and training of a commendable number of 43 dedicated Soldiers. Sets and enforces exemplary standards of conduct, training, professional development, and operations in strict adherence to tactical SOPs. Skillfully plans and executes a battle-focused Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development (NCOPD) program. Assumes control and synchronization of facilities, equipment, and aircraft, which hold an extraordinary valuation exceeding $208 million. Supervises supply discipline and maintenance protocols while providing invaluable assistance to the commander in planning, coordinating, and supervising all activities supporting the unit’s mission.
Serves as a distinguished First Sergeant within an esteemed Assault Helicopter Battalion, assuming responsibility for the readiness, morale, training, and professional development of a commendable number of 45 officers, warrant officers, NCOs, enlisted Soldiers, and their families. Diligently executes and supervises routine administrative operations in a timely manner, upholding the highest standards. Enforces tactical SOPs and meticulously plans and coordinates training activities. Assumes accountability for all personnel and equipment within the unit. Supervises vehicle and aircraft maintenance, communications, and field hygiene operations. Offers invaluable advice and assistance to the commander in planning, rehearsing, and supervising key logistical actions. Assists and coordinates with support operations, ensuring seamless collaboration. Conducts comprehensive training and ensures proficiency in individual, NCO, and small-unit collective skills that align with the company’s Mission Essential Task List.
15Z First Sergeant
Exemplifies exceptional competence as a First Sergeant, skillfully executing and supervising routine operations. Ensures strict enforcement of the tactical SOP and meticulously plans and coordinates training activities. Assumes responsibility for coordinating and reporting personnel and administrative actions, ensuring timely submission of NCO Evaluation Reports (NCOERs). Diligently supervises supply, maintenance, communications, and field hygiene operations. Provides invaluable assistance in planning, rehearsing, and supervising key logistical actions. Assists and coordinates with support operations across critical functions. Assumes the esteemed role of transformation NCOIC, facilitating seamless transitions. Conducts comprehensive training and ensures proficiency in individual and NCO skills, as well as small-unit collective skills aligned with the company’s mission essential task list (METL).
15Z First Sergeant
Distinguished service as the First Sergeant of an esteemed Air Traffic Services (ATS) company, comprised of 45 dedicated Warrant Officers, NCOs, and enlisted Troopers. Assumes responsibility for advising the commander on all matters related to enlisted Soldiers. Demonstrates exceptional leadership in overseeing unit daily operations and administrative duties. Assumes accountability for unit discipline and standards enforcement. Offers invaluable mentorship and development to Noncommissioned Officers within the unit. Assumes responsibility for training, professional development, personal accountability, safety, medical readiness.
Support Operations SGM
Exhibits exceptional leadership as the Support Operations SGM within the esteemed 1st Air Cavalry Brigade (ACB). Assumes responsibility for providing crucial sustainment support to over 6,000 ground vehicles and equipment, as well as 155 rotary wing aircraft. Skillfully plans, coordinates, synchronizes, and manages sustainment operations for the ACB, encompassing fuel, ammunition, transportation, mortuary affairs, Sustainment Support Management Office (SASMO), and air and ground maintenance management. Assumes responsibility for the leadership, mentorship, and training of 24 commendable Officers, Warrant Officers, NCOs, and Soldiers, ensuring the highest standards of professionalism and operational readiness.
Distinguished service as the Battalion Aviation Operations Sergeant within the largest Air Traffic Control (ATC) Battalion in the Army. Assumes responsibility for advising the Command Sergeant Major and S2/S3 Officer on all matters, offering invaluable expertise and guidance. Demonstrates exceptional competence in planning and executing the Battalion’s training, taskings, schools/TDY programs, and Air Traffic Service (ATS) operations. Skillfully establishes long and short-term calendars, ensuring optimal efficiency. Conducts periodic inspections of subordinate units and meticulously prepares Battalion training reports, operation orders, and briefings. Assumes accountability for over $250,000 worth of property, ensuring meticulous oversight and accountability.
ASB Production Control NCOIC
Exhibits exemplary competence as the esteemed Production Control NCOIC within an esteemed Aviation Support Company (ASC), assigned to the renowned 601st Aviation Support Battalion. Provides invaluable field and select sustainment maintenance to the illustrious Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB) of the distinguished 1st Infantry Division. Demonstrates exceptional leadership in managing and directing priorities of work for 325 dedicated Soldiers across 14 shops. Assumes responsibility for the health, welfare, and professional growth of three esteemed NCOs and seven dedicated Soldiers. Upholds accountability for facilities, tools, and equipment valued at an impressive sum exceeding $34 million, ensuring optimal functionality and readiness.
Senior Enlisted for an Attack Reconnaissance Company
Serves as the esteemed Senior Enlisted for an esteemed Attack Reconnaissance Company, assuming responsibility for setting and maintaining exemplary standards of discipline, appearance, and conduct among Soldiers. Executes and supervises routine operations, personnel reporting, coordinating administrative actions, ensuring timely NCOER submissions. Diligently supervises supply, maintenance, and equipment accountability, overseeing aircraft maintenance and utilization. Offers invaluable assistance in planning, coordinating, and supervising training activities. Ensures NCOs maintain a high level of technical and tactical proficiency, as well as fitness and resiliency, to support the company’s Mission Essential Task List (METL). Assumes responsibility for coaching, teaching, and mentoring all NCOs in the company, providing invaluable guidance. Offers trusted advice to the commander on all matters pertaining to enlisted personnel, ensuring optimal management and readiness.
Senior Enlisted Advisor
Exhibits exceptional competence as the esteemed Senior Enlisted Advisor within the distinguished ______ Aviation Support Battalion (ASB), ____ Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB). Assumes a crucial role in providing invaluable advice and counsel to the commander, offering expertise on potential situations, procedures, and practices that impact the health, welfare, morale, training, and conduct of over 500 dedicated Soldiers. Demonstrates exceptional leadership in overseeing combat service support operations and synchronizing the execution of aviation and ground maintenance operations. Skillfully manages logistical requirements in support of the CAB’s 1,500 personnel, 38 aircraft, and over 100 wheeled vehicles and associated ground support equipment sets. Diligently monitors and enforces standards of discipline within the unit, upholding the highest standards of professionalism and operational excellence.