• He developed and facilitated a variety of day, evening, and night events and research projects during the 2021 fiscal year, demonstrating a drive towards excellence.
  • He employed an AT4 and successfully destroyed two enemy BMPs that posed a threat to the Company and Platoon, showcasing bravery and exceptional marksmanship skills as the last man standing in his Squad.
  • He led a team as a newly promoted Specialist and eliminated eight combatants in his role as the squad designated marksman, setting a high standard for his peers to follow.
  • He stepped up as a rifleman for 1st squad, delivering exceptional performance and demonstrating knowledge and skills beyond his position in the mortar platoon.
  • He distinguished himself by serving as a Squad Leader, Team Leader, and Rear Detachment NCOIC, showcasing his experience and expertise in small unit tactics.
  • He actively participated in six Team and Squad Live Fire Exercises, three Platoon Live Fire Exercises (LFX), and one Operation Atlantic Resolve deployment, contributing to the overall success of the missions.
  • He served as the Army Unit Set (AUS) Liaison Officer (LNO) during a tasking to Besmayah, South Iraq, demonstrating exceptional leadership and expertise in Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD).
  • He built productive relationships with coalition forces while representing FXL-C during the collection of evidence, fostering collaboration and cooperation in joint operations.
  • He developed a driver training program that included preventative maintenance checks and services, resulting in a 40% reduction in vehicle failures within six months.
  • He consistently maintained a correct security posture, employed individual movement techniques, and demonstrated proper escalation of force, exhibiting sound tactical awareness in all operations.
  • He implemented a driver training program encompassing defensive driving, offensive driving, hand signals, and night driving, leading to zero accidents during a nine-month deployment.
  • He maintained constant situational awareness and demonstrated the willingness and capability to take control in any given situation, showcasing adaptability and leadership qualities.
  • He provided training to 30 Paratroopers on earning the Expert Infantryman Badge (EIB) and Expert Soldier Badge (ESB), playing a key role in their success during the train-up.
  • He briefed the unit on the symptoms and treatment of heat stroke and demonstrated the treatment of a casualty for a heat injury, enhancing team confidence and promoting safety.
  • He developed and delivered a class on operating the AN/PVS-14 monocular night vision device, expanding the team’s capabilities in night operations.
  • He served as the driver and gunner for the 120mm Mortar System, delivering timely and accurate indirect fire support for the Speed and Power Brigade during Operation Warrior Strike.
  • He assumed a leadership position as the Assistant Gunner for Gun 2 on the weapons squad, providing support for friendly troops in capturing an objective.
  • He displayed exceptional talent and skill as an Ammo Bearer and Assistant Gunner in Hatchet Headquarters Company, 2-4 IN Battalion, contributing to the overall success of the unit.
  • He provided leadership to three Soldiers responsible for base security at Camp Stevenson, ensuring the security and safety of the camp around the clock.
  • He gained proficiency in tower operations while serving at BDOC (Base Defense Operations Center) at FOB Dahlke, enhancing his skill set as a sniper.
  • He trained other Soldiers on the proper operation of the CROWS (Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station) weapon system, improving safety and operational effectiveness.
  • He provided strong and steady support by fire, enhancing the company’s ability to maneuver on the objective and contributing to the overall mission success.
  • He trained multiple soldiers on the weapon system, increasing section efficiency and readiness.
  • He played a crucial role in finding and destroying enemy vehicles during NTC (National Training Center) exercises, contributing significantly to the unit’s success.
  • He instructed his peers on land navigation operations, demonstrating his expansive knowledge of warrior tasks and achieving a 100% pass rate within his team.
  • He maintained discipline during 24-hour tower duty operations, setting an example of proper use of infantry tactics and leadership.
  • He revitalized the RQ-11 Raven program, increasing readiness by early detection of threats within the area of operation using the RQ-11.
  • He trained the unit on RQ-11 Raven operations, resulting in 13 Soldiers in the regiment becoming qualified Raven operators.
  • He participated in NTC, Operation Atlantic Resolve, and Squad Live-Fire exercises, contributing to the overwhelming success of Ghost Platoon.
  • He continuously mentored Soldiers, enhancing platoon capabilities and readiness for all assigned tasks.
  • He trained 13 Moroccan allies in the setup, care, and operation of the M123 Hornet Unmanned Aerial Drone, maximizing the utility of equipment.
  • He overcame operational confusion when an obstacle was misidentified as a minefield, quickly adjusting and successfully breaching the wire obstacle while under indirect fire.
  • He led a MICLIC (Mine-Clearing Line Charge) team during breach missions supporting TF Rifle, demonstrating outstanding technical knowledge, skill, and leadership as a field-appointed team leader.
  • He performed in sync with the team during the Fox Troop Shoot House, playing a vital role in the team’s certification to conduct day and night Urban Operations training.
  • He provided overwatch with a Stryker-mounted CROWS 50 caliber weapon system, saving the lives of personnel from 1-3 and HQ sections.
  • He engaged multiple enemy combatants in close proximity to friendly forces, resulting in five enemies killed in action (EKIA) and no friendly casualties, showcasing his mastery of the weapons system.
  • He conducted over 30 tactical missions in support of Operation Freedom Sentinel, contributing to the safety and effectiveness of Operation Detachment Alpha 7134.
  • He served as an Infantry Rifleman, participating in multiple live-fire training certifications and two rotations to NTC, playing an indispensable role in the overall success of the team.
  • He performed his duties as a rifleman under stressful combat conditions throughout the current rotation, making significant contributions to the team’s overall success.
  • He identified enemy fire control locations within the I Corps demilitarized zone (DMZ) and developed and implemented procedures for the Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol (LRRP) team to suppress enemy fire.
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