Transportation logistics NCOIC
In the G4 Mobility Division of a forward deployed ARFOR Headquarters/Eighth Army, I serve as the Transportation Logistics NCOIC. My role involves being an advisor on all matters related to theater transportation policies and procedures. I support deploying and redeploying forces, as well as sustainment operations. I am responsible for managing the distribution, retrograde, and redeployment of equipment, personnel, supplies, and services, as well as the onward movement from ports of debarkation. This includes analyzing transportation requirements, developing plans, coordinating resources, and providing oversight of mobility operations. I review and analyze land, air, and sea movement programs and procedures. Additionally, I am responsible for planning and coordinating movement operations throughout the Korean theater of operations, utilizing all modes of transportation.
As an Unspecified transportation role, I supervise the documentation of cargo and materiel for call forward operations in arrival departure airfields. I evaluate work techniques and procedures for all functions and check, review, and consolidate movement requirements. I ensure appropriate transport capability and prepare movement schedules. I assist in planning transportation requirements for logistical support and supervise any diversion, reassignment, or transfer of personnel, freight, and materiel shipments for air transportation.
Transportation Management Supervisor
In the FORSCOM Movement Control Team aligned with the 53rd Joint Movement Control Battalion allocated under the 43rd ASG, I serve as a Transportation Management Supervisor. My responsibilities include supervising the accountability, tracking, and deconfliction of movements. I track containers and equipment transported by Host Nation Trucks and initiate research and propose necessary changes to the traffic management system for cost-effectiveness. I also supervise any diversion, reconsignment, or transfer of freight and material in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
88N30 Movement Supervisor, (Battlefield Coordination Detachment) Airlift Section
In this role, I determine the transportation capabilities and limitations of units. I ensure that the allocation of transport capability is appropriate to accomplish each mission in a cost-effective manner. I train the section for combat operations and maintain situational awareness of enemy and friendly operations. Additionally, I interface with the ARFOR commander’s Chief of Staff, logistics section, and interpret tactical data concerning mission objectives and the scheme of maneuver.
88N4O Senior Movements NCO
As the Senior Movements NCO for the 171st Movement Control Team (MCT) and Movement Control Company (MCC) supporting the National Training Center (NTC), I am responsible for supervising, planning, coordinating, and executing deployment and redeployment operations of equipment for brigade and larger-sized units utilizing commercial railroad agencies. I am accountable for four Army locomotives valued at $6.8 million dollars. I ensure that equipment is configured for transport according to military, DOT, and the Association of American Railroads section-six regulations. Moreover, I am responsible for the health, welfare, discipline, and safety of eight NCOs, 17 Soldiers, and their Families.
88N3O Movements Supervisor
Serving as the Surface Movements Supervisor for the 171st Movement Control Team/National Training Center (NTC) Movement Control Company, 1916th Support Battalion, I supervise, plan, and coordinate movements to and from the National Training Center. I act as a transportation liaison for rotational units and am responsible for the professional development, training, welfare, and morale of six NCOs, eight Soldiers, and their Families. Additionally, I serve as the communications NCO responsible for the maintenance and unit proficiency with all in-transit visibility equipment.
In this transportation role, I supervise cargo documentation and movement control units for all transportation modes. I oversee freight, cargo, personal property, and passenger travel at the installation level. I check, review, and consolidate movement requirements to ensure appropriate transport capability, and I prepare movement schedules. Additionally, I assist in planning transportation requirements for logistical support and supervise any diversion, reconsignment, or transfer of personnel, freight, and material shipments for all modes of transportation. I also assist with training and readiness issues within the unit.
Cargo Distribution NCOIC (SDDC) 88N20
As a Cargo Distribution NCOIC in an OCONUS Ocean Terminal Battalion, my responsibilities include handling the documentation for the Deployment and Distribution Management Team (DDMT) missions and exercises, both on Okinawa and deployed locations. I assist in managing container detention charges and ensure the uninterrupted import and export of Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) and Defense Commissary Agency supplies, supporting over 177,498 measurement tons. I also support the Battalion Training Program and unit events.
AIT Instructor/88N48 AND 88N38
In this role, I serve as an Instructor/Writer for the 88N Transportation Management Coordinator Course. I instruct Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldiers and those undergoing MOS reclassification in the Transportation Coordinator-Automated Information for Movement Systems II (TC-AIMSII) modules. I provide technical advice and guidance to new Assistant Instructors, develop and update lesson plans, and create manuscripts, student outlines, examinations, and training aids. I conduct research, review, and make updates to programs of instruction (POI) and assist with course curriculum development and troubleshooting technical issues. I am responsible for the health, welfare, and training of approximately 30 students at any given time.
Movement Control Team Supervisor
As a Movement Control Team Supervisor, I am responsible for overseeing cargo documentation and movement control units for all transportation modes. I supervise freight, cargo, personal property, and passenger travel at the installation level. My duties include checking, reviewing, and consolidating movement requirements, ensuring appropriate transport capability, and preparing movement schedules. I also assist in planning transportation requirements for logistical support and supervise any diversion, reconsignment, or transfer of personnel, freight, and material shipments for all modes of transportation. Additionally, I assist with training and readiness issues within the unit.
Movement Control Team Supervisor
In my role as a Movement Control Team Supervisor for the Group Service & Support Company, Group Support Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), I serve as a transportation liaison between the group support battalion and other military services, commercial agencies, and host nation support elements. I supervise cargo documentation and movement control for deployments and redeployments of the 5th SFG(A) and am responsible for managing over $2 million in equipment.
88N30 Transportation Management Supervisor
As a Transportation Management Supervisor, I oversee the operation of various transportation functions, such as cargo and materiel documentation units, movement control branches or sections, break bulk points/terminal warehouses, trailer transfer points, port operations units, air terminal sections, and the installation personal property and passenger travel section. I evaluate work techniques and procedures, review and consolidate movement requirements, and ensure appropriate transport capability. I also assist in planning transportation requirements for logistical support and supervise any diversion, reassignment, or transfer of personnel, freight, and materiel shipments for all modes of transportation.
G4, Senior Transportation Movement NCOIC
In my role as the G4, Senior Transportation Movement NCOIC, I support a forward deployed Theater Signal Command (Provisional) in a combat zone. I am directly responsible for managing 100% of command transportation, including air, land, and sea movements, as well as vehicle maintenance management. I provide logistics support to key signal projects in the CENTCOM AOR, and I serve as the MOB/DE-MOB NCOIC during the transition of personnel in and out of the theater. My responsibilities encompass over 3,000 personnel and $500 million in assets and equipment.
88N2O Movement NCO
As a Movement NCO, I am involved in coordinating transport capability to meet movement missions. I prepare transportation movement documents and related forms, monitor shipments to ensure accountability, and request, coordinate, and monitor movement schedules and programs. I ensure that transport capability is appropriate, cost-effective, and aligned with mission requirements. Additionally, I operate automated data processing equipment to document movement information and handle inquiries, discrepancies, and routine transactions related to shipments.
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In this role, I am responsible for coordinating the movement of the 1/25th Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT). This involves organizing the transportation of unit equipment and personnel using air, rail, and ground assets. I develop and review movement programs for logistical support functions during Field Training Exercises (FTX). Additionally, I am accountable for over $250,000 worth of ancillary equipment within the 25th Brigade Support Battalion’s support operations office.
88N40 Operations Sergeant
As an Operations Sergeant in a Theater Sustainment Command (TSC), I manage all land, air, and sea movements. I devise, develop, and review movement programs for logistical support functions in a theater of operations, with a focus on Joint Reception Staging Onward Movement and Integration (JRSOI), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Defense Support of Civilian Authorities (DSCA), and Homeland Defense missions. I also serve as a transportation liaison to joint military organizations, commercial agencies, and host nation support elements, ensuring effective coordination and collaboration.
Movement Supervisor and Transportation Liaison
In my role as a Movement Supervisor and Transportation Liaison for the 4th Combat Aviation Brigade (4th CAB), 4th Infantry Division, I oversee unit deployments and redeployments. I serve as a transportation liaison with the 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood Directorate of Logistics (DOL), and III Corps. Additionally, I assume the responsibility of the Brigade’s Container Manager, ensuring proper accountability of containers using the Army Container Management System and Installation Booking and Accounting System. As the Mobility Section NCOIC, I am responsible for the professional development, training, welfare, and morale of one NCO and two Soldiers.
88N4O Senior Transportation Sergeant
As the Senior Movements NCOIC of a forward-deployed Transportation Battalion, I have regional responsibility for the reception, staging, and onward movement of forces and equipment through seaports in Southern Europe, the Balkans/Adriatic Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the Red Sea, the Black Sea, and Northern Africa. I handle export and import cargo documentation and provide assistance during vessel cargo operations. Additionally, I prepare and distribute MILSTAMP cargo traffic messages to ports of discharge and supervise a team of seven NCOs.
88N2O Movement NCO
As a Movement NCO, I play a crucial role in requesting and coordinating transport capability to fulfill movement missions. I am responsible for preparing transportation movement documents and related forms, ensuring accountability of all freight, cargo, and materiel shipments. I actively request, coordinate, and monitor movement schedules and programs, always prioritizing appropriateness, cost-effectiveness, and alignment with mission requirements. Moreover, I operate automated data processing equipment to accurately document movement information and promptly respond to shipment inquiries, discrepancies, and routine transactions.