Mortuary Affairs NCO
- Assisted and oversaw the arrangements and processing of 25 remains over a 12-month period.
- Facilitated the tentative identification, temporary interment, and disinterment of deceased military and civilian personnel.
- Provided technical guidance to TF leadership and hands-on training to non-Mortuary Affairs personnel on respectfully processing and evacuating casualties.
- Supervised the processing, preparation, identification, and transportation of five deceased service members at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti, ensuring that all duties were conducted with respect and professionalism.
- Demonstrated exceptional technical knowledge by establishing the Brigade’s Mortuary Affairs procedures based on doctrinal guidance, exhibiting a level of professionalism beyond their rank.
- Developed training programs and instructed 90 personnel in CLEAR team operations.
- Coordinated the reception and movement of Coalition Forces’ remains to their respective countries with minimal delay.
- Ensured a smooth transition between the 111th and the 54th QM Collection Teams during the Relief in Place (RIP), providing unprecedented life support to both teams.
- Served as the Mortuary Affairs Sergeant at the Theater Mortuary Affairs Evacuation Point, providing support to Operations New Dawn and Enduring Freedom.
- Oversaw the reception and processing of deceased military and civilian personnel, ensuring an orderly, timely, and dignified transition.
Mortuary Affairs Specialist
- Highly motivated and competent NCO who processed and oversaw over 41 theater and stateside cases in a 7-month period without any defects.
- Performed Mortuary Affairs duties with the utmost respect and attention to detail.
- Ensured all documentation was accurate and complete, resulting in no delays or errors in the transfer or handling process.
- Expedited the evacuation of Fallen Comrades to and from Bagram AB in a timely manner.
- Volunteered to serve hot meals during Operation Golden Medic 2011, demonstrating outstanding support for fellow soldiers.