• Demonstrated tremendous devotion and dedication to the unit’s maintenance posture and overall unit readiness.
  • Completed over 100 work orders and processed over $500,000 worth of repair parts and recoverable items.
  • Exceeded the standard by maintaining an Operational Readiness (OR) Rate above 90%.
  • Accounted for and maintained Army equipment while caring for the welfare of Soldiers.
  • Aided significantly in Company B’s successful completion of numerous COMET (Commander’s Evaluation Tool) and other inspections, consistently maintaining unit equipment readiness rates above the 90th percentile.
  • Achieved a commendable rating, 90-100%, on the ability to use and maintain the Army Material Status System during the unit’s annual Operational Improvement Program (OIP) inspection.
  • Earned a commendable rating for motor pool and shop operations.
  • Made significant contributions to the overall success of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team (2BCT) maintenance program.
  • Set up maintenance programs for six battalions and over sixty Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) systems.
  • Successfully fulfilled the roles of Maintenance Manager, Combined Support Maintenance Activity (CSAMO) member, and Maintenance Technician in the absence of key leadership positions.
  • Tracked over 1,000 pieces of equipment during fielding, ensuring accurate readiness information for subordinate, adjacent, and higher units.
  • Facilitated a constant Operational Readiness Rate of 97% or higher while supporting U.S. Army Network Integration and Evaluation testing of 36 systems.
  • Supported U.S. Army Network Integration and Evaluation testing of 38 systems, resulting in the fielding of over 25 systems during combat operations.
  • Played a key role in the fielding of the Army’s new Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army) program for 38 Unit Identification Codes (UICs), 27 maintenance clerks, five supervisors, and Maintenance Control specialists.
  • Readily assumed the duties and responsibilities of a Maintenance Control Officer, a position typically held by a Chief Warrant Officer 2 (CW2), achieving excellent results.
  • Flawlessly managed maintenance accountability of over 59,000 pieces of reportable equipment, ensuring the battalion maintained maximum readiness for combat operations.
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