• Demonstrated outstanding leadership skills in effectively managing a team of 125 maintainers responsible for the maintenance of 17 AH-64E helicopters, supporting a robust 4,530-hour flight program.
  • Developed a highly efficient tracker that became the standard tool for the squadron commander to monitor and forecast the phase flow of 17 helicopters.
  • Carefully considered the third-order effects of decisions that impacted Phase Flow and Maintenance support during two Aerial Gunneries.
  • Provided valuable Romeo and Yankee support to 1-82 during their deployment preparation in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Supervised the collective and individual training of 149 Troopers, resulting in significant improvements in eighteen Mission Essential Task List (METL) tasks.
  • Collaborated with the BAMO shop to accurately forecast aviation logistics materiel worth over $2,000,000 during four 500-hour phases.
  • Consistently demonstrated unwavering loyalty to the Army Values and the profession of arms, regardless of the situation.
  • Strongly supported the Army Equal Opportunity (EO) and Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) programs, ensuring the fair and respectful treatment of assigned personnel.
  • Always presented an exemplary demeanor and maintained a professional military appearance, projecting a commanding image of authority.
  • Displayed unwavering motivation and inspired 168 Troopers to exert maximum effort during 19 training events.
  • Resilient leader who exhibited exceptional mental poise, willingly taking on additional requirements despite a demanding operational tempo.
  • Provided daily training and mentorship to Soldiers and NCOs, imparting invaluable knowledge and empowering them to excel in their maintenance practices.
  • Successfully certified 38 Soldiers in UMARK application and flawlessly executed one ground DART (Downed Aircraft Recovery Team) during Ariel Gunnery 20-01.
  • Prepared three Soldiers for the SGT promotion board, resulting in all three earning their promotable status.
  • Instrumental in enabling the Squadron to maintain an operational readiness rate of 82%, surpassing the Army Standard by seven points for nine consecutive months.
  • Exemplary record-keeping in maintenance training, achieving a remarkable 93% rating during the FORSCOM FY21 ARMS inspection.
  • Played a critical role in acquiring aviation logistic assets worth over $30 million, significantly contributing to the production of combat power.
  • Undoubtedly a top-tier multi-functional Mentor and NCO, consistently embracing challenges with unwavering determination to overcome obstacles, succeed, and influence future Army leaders.
  • A self-motivated individual who has proven to be one of the best 15R specialists and leaders of Soldiers encountered in my 17 years of Army Aviation. Highly effective and exceptionally knowledgeable NCO.
  • Demonstrated superior competence in the MOS (Military Occupational Specialty), overseeing the Quality Control (QC) section directly supporting 103 AH-64D maintainers to complete 6,600 work orders and 210,833 man-hours of skilled labor.
  • Showed resourcefulness and motivation as a junior 15Y AH-64D Longbow Apache Repairman.
  • Successfully maintained 11 aircraft during the 1-101 and 10th Mountain turnover, with only four maintenance personnel, one QC, and three Armament troops.
  • Took the initiative to inventory, organize, and catalog benchstock after Outlaw troop received a new trycon container.
  • Approached assigned tasks with enthusiasm and constantly sought to enhance experience on a complex airframe.
  • Possessed outstanding knowledge, experience, and skills in aircraft repair, contributing to the success of pre-deployment training during the Mission Readiness Exercise at Fort Hood and throughout the deployment.
  • Played a key role in the preparation and execution of a real-time Downed Aircraft Recovery Team operation, showcasing exceptional teamwork and competence.
  • Assisted the radio tower control operator in ensuring the safe landing of AH-64 Longbow helicopters on the Forward Arming and Refueling Point.
  • Prevented maintenance delays through meticulous management of the powertrain benchstock for AH-64, UH-60, and CH-47s, including primary, secondary, and DART (Downed Aircraft Recovery Team) kits.
  • Consistently exceeded standards during thirty 250-hour phase inspections and ten 500-hour phase inspections on the aircraft.
  • Possessed invaluable technical expertise and knowledge that greatly contributed to the team’s success.
  • Qualified 11 crew chiefs on the M240H on tables 1-4, 6-8, and 10 during the company’s day and night vision goggle (NVG) aerial gunnery range at the PTA (Pohakuloa Training Area) deployment.
  • Ensured all areas of responsibility met the highest standards, setting a positive example for peers.
  • Reassembled 14 AH-64D helicopters in less than a week with minimal manpower, demonstrating exceptional efficiency and delivering 100% defense readiness.
  • Selected from among peers to serve as the primary Production Control and Quality Control NCO at a remote site in Western Iraq.
  • Maintained meticulous records of all maintenance in the absence of a Production Control NCO, resulting in the successful completion of six emergency medical evacuation missions.
  • Performed over 400 hours of scheduled and unscheduled aircraft maintenance, including two servo cylinder replacements and three complete engine riggings.
  • Leveraged the full potential of his Soldiers, serving as an indispensable force multiplier who demonstrated confidence and mental toughness in achieving outstanding results.
  • Improved the efficiency of the Troop maintenance program, with unwavering dedication to mission excellence that would be an asset to any unit.
  • Played a crucial role in qualifying 65% of the Squadron’s crews during the Culminating Training Exercise (CTE) by ensuring maintenance standards were consistently upheld.
  • Hand-selected as the first Platoon Sergeant to inspect and receive the first AH-64Es for the squadron while supporting the first 200 hours of Echo flights.
  • Implemented maintenance planning and tracking systems while specifically chosen to assist Charlie’s maintenance program.
  • Successfully trained nine Soldiers and five NCOs to RL1 (Readiness Level 1) standard by guiding them through the Crew Chief Progression Program.
  • Led his crew chiefs to obtain six Army Achievement Medals (AAMs) and one Army Commendation Medal (ARCOM) for their superior performance within the squadron.
  • Made significant contributions to qualifying 90% of the Squadron’s aviators during gunnery by ensuring outstanding maintenance practices.
  • Managed aircraft operations totaling over 1,300 flight hours, 4,500 maintenance man-hours, and over 200 technical inspection hours.
  • Demonstrated exceptional ability and confidence in supporting the squadron, achieving the highest average Operational Readiness (OR) rate of 79%.

ALSE Repairer

  • Trained and certified three technicians on JHMCS/CSEL (Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System/Combat Survivor Evader Locator) loading, resulting in a 100% increase in certification numbers and expanding combat mission capability by 50%.
  • Solely responsible for managing the Aircraft Life Support program and obtaining the modified refueling and egress safety certification for the Battalion.
  • Provided training to 75 Soldiers on the use and readiness of basic Life Support Equipment.
  • Trained Soldiers and NCOs on building and sustaining a successful scheduled maintenance program.
  • Piloted the ALSE Quality Control program, overseeing five inspectors and conducting 1.4K equipment
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