• Acted as a joint service liaison, ensuring all coalition service members and contractors had adequate water and equipment.
  • Assisted the Battle NCO in updating the Commander and providing situational awareness on weather updates, logstats, perstat, medical evacuation status, and ongoing operations.
  • Choreographed the battalion’s operations across two AORs, sustaining support of all units with half the standard resources.
  • Conducted daily briefings, ensuring accuracy, relevance, and inclusion of all affected decision-makers.
  • Coordinated daily with Pacific Air Force Command Sensitive Operations Center to support COMSEC requirements.
  • Delivered sound guidance to senior Tactical Operation Center personnel on all matters concerning battlefield reporting, surveillance operations, and equipment management.
  • Demonstrated initiative in cross-training in other positions while displaying the highest caliber of military bearing and professionalism.
  • Developed reporting and tracking sheets, reducing reporting shortfalls to zero and eliminating redundant effort.
  • Ensured maneuver forces had timely and accurate information on insurgent activities in the brigade AOR, protecting coalition forces.
  • Ensured the ACR TOC was able to transmit and receive critical battlefield data, proficient in maintaining and operating the SINCGARS and JCR systems.
  • Facilitated enhanced situational awareness of airspace issues for the Brigade Commander and staff, allowing them to focus C2 on the battlefield.
  • Facilitated weekly briefs and teleconferences that were invaluable to the operation, guaranteeing the success of the Brigade Tactical Operations Center.
  • Filled a variety of roles within the Brigade TOC, including Fire Support NCO, Electronic Warfare Officer, and RTO.
  • Performed tasks such as Radio Telephone Operator (RTO) and Joint Capabilities Release (JCR) operator.
  • Provided Close Air Support for the infil of three CH-47 Chinooks in support of Operation Mongoose.
  • Provided up-to-the-minute information to warfighters, instrumental in the 105th MP Company completing its mission.
  • Relayed critical time-sensitive information to the Battle Captain within seconds, facilitating integrated, effective operations.
  • Reorganized the Joint Operations Center Fragmentation Order library, addressing shortcomings and resulting in a more robust and highly accurate reference for senior leadership at the O-6/GO level.
  • Restored a sense of urgency to TOC activities and welded a disparate group of NCOs into a team.
  • Served as a liaison with the Navy and Coast Guard, building joint service esprit de corps and preserving unity of effort.
  • Set up the Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS), Command Post of the Future (CPOF), and Effects Management Tool (EMT), and established MIRC communication with other units.
  • Tracked the daily movement of 167 Soldiers and provided 100% accurate accountability reporting to the Battalion S2.
  • Trained Soldiers on reporting and tracking requirements, equipment troubleshooting, and general TOC knowledge, improving efficiency and the brigade’s ability to provide accurate and timely reports.
  • Remained vigilant, focused, and dependable, monitoring the radio alone, without distractions, every night, and serving as a vital link for the squad on patrol.
  • Identified a training gap and developed and implemented a training schedule, coordinating with sections to ensure compliance.
  • Kept all units updated on current weather, LOGSTATS, PERSTAT, MedEvac status, and ongoing operations.
  • Maintained constant situational awareness and kept accurate and chronological radio-telephone operator logs, providing the most well-documented shifts in the Battalion.
  • Maintained up-to-the-minute status reports and kept HQ apprised of all changes, reducing response time by 40%.
  • Mentored 1-113 Cav in the absence of their Fire Support NCO while simultaneously running the BDE Fires Cell.
  • Monitored radio traffic, Blue Force Tracker, and mIRC transmissions for over 200 combat and logistics patrols.
  • Notified Command Team of CCIRs and NIPR blackouts, reporting failures within minutes of occurrence and reducing restoral times by 50%.
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