• Taking the initiative, I single-handedly set up the Ammunition Transfer and Holding Point (ATHP) in under 30 minutes, significantly reducing delays by 50%.
  • I established a highly effective Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for inventorying, managing, and distributing ammunition to the 2-108th Cavalry Squadron. This improved operational efficiency across all shifts.
  • I performed exceptionally during the 1-52 Aviation door gunnery, exceeding all operational requirements with flawless execution.
  • I ensured accurate accountability of ammunition, delivering it to supported units, breaking it down as necessary, and properly sorting and turning it in upon completion. This made me a force multiplier.
  • Over the past 8 months, I provided unwavering support to 25 separate ranges, flawlessly handling ammo delivery, pick-up, and distribution without any faults.
  • I made significant improvements to the ammunition distribution system, successfully delivering 37,268 rounds of small arms ammunition and 618 rockets during NTC 20-10.
  • In support of Division fires during NTC 20-10, I played a crucial role in planning the attack guidance. This resulted in the destruction of 42 pieces of enemy air defense.
  • I projected and requested ammunition for 7 companies in the Battalion, including enablers, effectively generating firepower and providing support for all offensive and defensive operations.
  • My skill and knowledge in handling ammunition procurement and disposition surpassed that of my peers, demonstrating exceptional expertise in the field.
  • I transported a total of 168,445 rounds of standard ammunition and 540 rounds of pyrotechnics to support CREW ground mount qualifications.
  • I meticulously prepared DA 5515 and DA 581 forms for the issue and turn-in of over 40,000 rounds of ammunition.
  • With utmost diligence, I ensured 100% accountability of ammunition from pickup at the Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) until the final delivery and download at the Range.
  • I provided valuable assistance to ground guides and safeties during rail and ship loading operations, and I actively supported daily Tactical Operations Center (TOC) operations.
  • I was responsible for the staging of ammunition, ensuring efficient distribution, and maintaining strict compliance with HAZMAT regulations and awareness.
  • Thanks to my meticulous planning and foresight, all ammunition deliveries during Annual Training were executed successfully.
  • I played a pivotal role in supporting the safe firing of over 400 rounds during a two-week Live Fire Exercise.
  • I ensured that the 1897 French 75mm Cannon was meticulously prepared for inspection before formal ceremonies, showcasing attention to detail.
  • Assisting the Supply Sergeant, I actively contributed to the organization of storage, ensuring a streamlined and efficient process.

Ammunition Sergeant

  • I successfully underwent cross-training as a Gunner in Launcher 42, where I effectively fired three ATACM rockets in three missions.
  • Through cross-training, I took on the role of Gunner, ensuring that the Point of Contact (POC) was continuously updated on launcher databases and executing safe and efficient full reloads.
  • During field operations, I maintained 100% security of rocket pods and reload points, prioritizing the safety of both personnel and equipment.
  • I established five different reload points across five operational areas, facilitating uninterrupted operations and smooth transitions.
  • With great precision, I supplied 23 M39A1s to Launcher 42, ensuring a safe and proficient process and contributing to uninterrupted operations.

Ammunition Driver

  • Taking on the role of a vehicle commander, I meticulously maintained full accountability of sensitive items, ensuring their security and proper handling.
  • I demonstrated leadership by leading a convoy during a reload mission, maintaining a professional and positive attitude throughout the entire operation, known as Operation Breakthrough.
  • I actively assisted with After-PCMS (Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services) on all three platoon HEMTTs, ensuring their proper recovery and annotation for future use.
  • I effectively coordinated the pickup of equipment from the SSA (Supply Support Activity), streamlining the process and ensuring timely acquisition.
  • I assumed responsibility for maintaining battery equipment worth over $75,000, ensuring their proper functioning and upkeep.
  • With great diligence, I monitored and tracked 20 containers, each containing 800 lbs of ammunition, ensuring their safe and secure transportation.
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