• Spearheaded numerous post office improvements, implementing changes that reduced manual labor by two hours during the mail load. Commended by the Battalion CSM for his contributions to the post office.
  • Oversaw the Arifjan mail program, ensuring the secure storage, maintenance, and distribution of over 5,000 packages, significantly boosting the morale of 5,000 Soldiers.
  • Provided assistance in the distribution of over 3,000 pieces of mail to the unit during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Selected over 9 of his peers to act as Battalion mail room clerks, a duty outside his MOS (Military Occupational Specialty), maintaining 100% accountability.
  • Developed and implemented a plan that successfully transitioned the Mail Distribution Center to NCRCC (North Central Regional Cargo Center) without missing a single delivery.
  • Devoted personal time to ensure Soldiers on night shift received their mail, demonstrating exceptional Soldier support.
  • Ensured discreet and private mail service to all unit members, prioritizing confidentiality.
  • Managed the postal volunteer program and trained 25 Soldiers and family members, resulting in a 50% reduction in wait times.
  • Conducted post office tours for local DoD (Department of Defense) elementary school classes, fostering community engagement and education.
  • Created a successful Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) program, leading to a 100% pass rate for all soldiers taking the PT test during Annual Training.
  • Planned and executed three Warrior Training Tasks (WTT) with a 100% pass rate, enhancing the unit’s readiness and proficiency.
  • Processed 10,000 pounds of bulk mail, making it available to patrons within 24 hours, surpassing DoD standards by 70%.
  • Supervised self-inspection, reviewing 60 checklist items and correcting 12 discrepancies, ensuring readiness for the upcoming 2014 inspection.
  • Successfully relocated the DoD’s largest post office in less than 24 hours, managing the movement of 30,000 pounds of mail and packages while maintaining 100% accountability.
  • Assigned to take over mail room supervision due to his bulletproof integrity, resulting in an immediate 50% reduction in lost and undelivered mail rate.
  • Identified opportunities for theft and implemented measures to eliminate them, increasing the mail delivery rate to 95%.
  • Constructed and implemented an effective detachment-level mail storage facility, significantly improving the unit’s ability to maintain accountability and manage the distribution of Soldiers’ personal mail and parcels.
  • Supervised the Battalion mail room, responsible for handling mail for 900 Soldiers.
  • Coordinated and distributed over 12,000 pallets of mail over the holidays, ensuring every Soldier received their mail and boosting morale within the Battalion.
  • Established a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between two services and briefed officials within the Air Force and Navy, facilitating collaboration and coordination.
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