BATTLE NCO NCOER EXAMPLES

  • Successfully fulfilled the role of Battle Captain during a 3-day Tactical Operations Center training, effectively monitoring Combat Logistics Patrols and providing timely updates to convoy commanders during missions.
  • Ensured continuous and real-time updates to Convoy Commanders, significantly mitigating risks to convoy missions and personnel.
  • Effectively managed personnel within the Tactical Operations Center, offering expert advice to accomplish MET-L tasks and contributing to the mission’s success during the exercise.
  • Acted as a liaison for joint services, guaranteeing adequate water and equipment for all coalition service members and contractors.
  • Adapted and excelled in a dynamic and stressful environment, undertaking a variety of specialized tasks and significantly contributing to the success of the S2 section.
  • Played an integral role in setting up and implementing the battalion’s digital Command Post, leading to its recognition as the best among six battalions in the Brigade during AT 2013, as selected by the Brigade Commander and Command Sergeant Major.
  • Skillfully averted scheduling crises, drove project milestones, and revised reporting instructions in alignment with USAREUR priorities.
  • Orchestrated the battalion’s operations across two Areas of Responsibility (AORs), providing sustained support to all units despite having limited resources compared to the standard allocation.
  • Conducted daily briefings with a focus on accuracy and relevance, ensuring all relevant decision-makers were included.
  • Coordinated daily with the Pacific Air Force Command Sensitive Operations Center to fulfill COMSEC requirements.
  • Provided sound guidance to senior personnel within the Tactical Operations Center on matters pertaining to battlefield reporting, surveillance operations, and equipment management.
  • Demonstrated initiative by cross-training in other positions while maintaining the highest standards of military bearing and professionalism.
  • Showcased adaptability to evolving requirements and consistently accomplished assigned tasks and duties.
  • Developed reporting and tracking sheets, resulting in zero reporting shortfalls and eliminating redundant efforts.
  • Ensured maneuver forces had timely and accurate information on insurgent activities within the brigade AOR, effectively safeguarding coalition forces.
  • Maintained the ACR Tactical Operations Center’s ability to transmit and receive critical battlefield data, displaying proficiency in operating the SINCGARS and JCR systems.
  • Enhanced situational awareness of airspace issues for the Brigade Commander and staff, allowing them to focus on command and control on the battlefield.
  • Facilitated weekly briefs and teleconferences that proved invaluable to the operation, guaranteeing the success of the Brigade Tactical Operations Center.
  • Assumed multiple roles within the Brigade TOC, including Fire Support NCO, Electronic Warfare Officer, and RTO.
  • Identified training gaps and developed and implemented a comprehensive training schedule, coordinating with various sections to ensure compliance.
  • Provided timely updates on current weather, LOGSTATS, PERSTAT, MedEvac status, and ongoing operations to all units.
  • Maintained up-to-the-minute status reports and ensured HQ was informed of all changes, resulting in a 40% reduction in response time.
  • Provided unwavering Tactical Operations Center support around the clock.
  • Offered experienced guidance and direction to officers within the G3 section.
  • Supported warfighter exercises with precise and accurate tracking, maintaining 100 percent accountability of personnel and equipment.
  • Assumed command of operations in the company command post in addition to regular duties after the company leadership was incapacitated by indirect fire.
  • Tracked 1,000 to 12,000 U.S. and coalition soldiers and sent weekly census reports to Garrison Command, earning recognition from HQ for increased accuracy and timeliness.
  • Kept the Commander updated and provided situational awareness on weather updates, LOGSTATS, PERSTAT, medical evacuation status, and ongoing operations.
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