• I contributed to the training and certification of 88 service members across the brigade in Combat Life Saver, ensuring the 12th Combat Aviation Brigade’s effectiveness in deployment and engagement with our adversaries.
  • Due to his unwavering commitment to Trainee development as a 19D/Drill Sergeant, he was selected as the Drill Sergeant of the Cycle for Class 18-001.
  • Through consistent mentoring, he motivated his Soldiers to achieve their best, resulting in five Excellence in Armor awardees over two cycles as a 19D/Drill Sergeant.
  • Taking charge of unit training, he overcame obstacles to ensure that the platoon achieved 100% training and qualification with military drivers licenses.
  • He conducted a road test for a 36-person platoon to qualify the entire unit and meet deployment readiness goals.
  • Students and fellow staff recognized his competence, commitment, and compassion toward candidates’ success, leading to his selection as OCS instructor of the year.
  • He provided training to over 150 soldiers in small arms marksmanship.
  • He led the implementation of a Battalion Combatives program, resulting in ten level-2 certified Soldiers and numerous level-1 certified Soldiers.
  • He actively sought solutions to enhance instruction and encouraged feedback among instructors to improve the overall quality of teaching.
  • His outstanding performance on STX Lane Evaluations ensured competent execution by all squad members in missions such as squad attack, ambush, react to contact, and react to near ambush.
  • With her keen insight and innovation, she effectively matched necessary schools with key personnel, significantly improving the unit’s ability to carry out its wartime mission.
  • He consistently displayed exceptional professionalism in the classroom and superior communication skills beyond his rank and experience.
  • Through meticulous review and relentless follow-up, he increased unit METL compliance.
  • He facilitated a 100% pass rate for all 12 of his recent AIT graduate students.
  • He developed and executed a Door Gunnery training plan based on the METL, resulting in a successful first-time Go on aerial door gunnery for the unit.
  • He assisted with various other training requirements, contributing to the deployment readiness of Echo DET 1 and its Soldiers.
  • With self-confidence, authority, and enthusiasm, he projected a strong presence.
  • His invaluable experience made him a sought-after peer, and he was selected to serve as Platoon Sergeant over 18 soldiers in the absence of leadership.
  • He developed and maintained over 100 scenarios for EST 2000, 50 scenarios for call for fire, and 50 scenarios for virtual convoy operations trainer.
  • He took the lead in preparing and executing all ATEX operational requirements related to Anti-Terrorism activities for 2015.
  • Through student achievement, he embodied leadership and produced four Distinguished Honor Graduates, four Honor Graduates, and six Commandant’s List recipients as a 13B/Small Group Leader.
  • He consistently displayed sound judgment and performed above the standard in his duties as the 11B 2/3/4 ITC Course Manager during Infantry proponent accreditation.
  • He introduced fresh ideas for the branch by creating a weapons handbook for the 11B courses and designing a Small Arms Range Layout for 11B MOS-T and ITC.
  • He counseled nine academically challenged students, instilling study skills and discipline that resulted in all of them graduating on time.
  • Despite external demands on students, he delivered 124 hours of instruction and maintained a 100% pass rate.
  • He provided the Army with 125 newly qualified and capable technicians every two months.
  • He volunteered for and completed CPR Instructor Training, addressing the shortage of CPR trainers and providing training flexibility.
  • As a top-notch instructor, he taught and graduated 45 Soldiers, delivering over 1,000 hours of instruction with an impressive 85% average.
  • He successfully qualified two new instructors in the Maintenance Fundamentals course within a short period, producing highly skilled instructors who will benefit future maintainers.
  • Ranked as the number one instructor among 12, he achieved a 100% pass rate and an outstanding 92% class average while teaching vehicle maintenance fundamentals.
  • Known for his assertiveness, he acquired an interactive fault isolation troubleshooting program as a teaching aid, improving the course material.
  • Through over 1,200 hours of instruction, he enhanced the mission readiness capability of 30 operational units.
  • As a subject matter expert, he rewrote and validated 28 objectives, significantly improving the accuracy of course materials for 1,500 students.
  • He guided 123 NCOs through 200 challenging hours of instruction, providing support to five divisions and directly impacting the Global War on Terrorism.
  • When fellow instructors were unavailable, he filled in and provided an additional 40 hours of training, helping to alleviate the shortage of instructors.
  • He actively sought personal and professional growth, attending an NCO seminar and enrolling in school. He shared his lessons learned by mentoring 32 Soldiers.
  • By completing a 40-hour Instructional Skill Development Course and earning 2 credit hours, he incorporated new skills into course revision, further enhancing his instructional abilities.
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