• Effectively disposed of more than 40,000 gallons of raw sewage due to a host nation lift station failure, ensuring continuous operations.
  • Served as a cross-connection survey team member and successfully identified 32 cross-connections, contributing to the maintenance of the potable water system.
  • Managed the work schedule for 12 soldiers, scheduling and completing 190 work orders with zero discrepancies.
  • Achieved a 98% score on coursework and made the Commandant’s list, demonstrating exceptional academic performance. Also selected among peers to attend the Leadership board.
  • Supervised a water system upgrade project, including the installation of a heater, 10 feet of pipe, and fittings, resulting in a continual supply of hot water to the MMG/CC section.
  • Resolved a barracks hot water interruption by troubleshooting and calibrating 22 fixtures, restoring service for 120 soldiers in less than 2 hours.
  • Rebuilt a pump station and 500-foot main, enabling the pumping of 200,000 gallons of sewage and preventing contamination.
  • Prepared the section for field operations, showcasing the ability to multitask and manage multiple training events, ensuring a successful Annual Training.
  • Installed three Cadillac pumps and pressure switches, successfully restoring service to camp showers and toilets in less than 7 hours.
  • Repaired a water supply break in the vehicle maintenance shop, restoring potable water in less than 2 hours.
  • Designed, built, and plumbed three bathrooms and one laundry room, including the installation of electric systems, lights, and three HVAC units.
  • Fulfilled the role of an SFC (Sergeant First Class) for three months, supervising six soldiers and managing two programs, along with over 160 work orders to maintain $2.5 billion in infrastructure.
  • Maintained a 160,000-gallon base pool, performing PMIS (Preventive Maintenance Inspection and Services) and chemical testing daily to ensure the availability of this vital MWR (Morale, Welfare, and Recreation) facility for more than 3,000 base residents.
  • Managed water and waste operations, providing service to 20 water tanks, six grease traps, and 22 portajohns to sustain operations.
  • Played an instrumental role in the successful completion of the Vierdaagse military foot march by a ten-man contingent, fostering team camaraderie and international esprit de corps.
  • Installed a 2″ DFAC (Dining Facility) tank fill valve to contain a 3,000-gallon fire suppression liquid, ensuring the daily safety of 1,000 residents.
  • Identified 16 deficiencies in backflow prevention devices, maintaining safe drinking water and ensuring the proper functioning of all devices.
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