• Served as a cross-connection survey team member, identifying 32 cross-connections and ensuring the maintenance of the potable water system.
  • Managed the work schedule for 12 soldiers, successfully scheduling and completing 190 work orders with zero discrepancies.
  • Achieved a 98% score in coursework, earning a place on the Commandant’s list, and was selected to attend the Leadership board among peers.
  • Supervised a water system upgrade project, installing a heater, 10 feet of pipe, and fittings to provide continuous 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 a 500-foot main to pump 200,000 gallons of sewage, preventing contamination and ensuring proper sanitation.
  • Managed water and waste operations, servicing 20 water tanks, 6 grease traps, and 22 portable toilets to sustain service and operations.
  • Played a crucial role in the successful completion of the vierdaagse military foot march by a ten-man contingent, fostering team camaraderie and international esprit de corps.
  • Identified 16 deficiencies in backflow prevention devices, maintaining safe drinking water and ensuring the proper functioning of all devices.
  • Performed over 100 critical annual and semi-annual Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on equipment.
  • Served as a wrecker operator during the battalion’s Annual Training.
  • Trained and qualified 10 soldiers in their Warrior Task Training and technical fields.
  • Installed a 2″ DFAC tank fill valve to contain 3,000 gallons of fire suppression liquid, ensuring the daily safety of 1,000 residents.
  • Prepared the section for field operations, effectively multitasking and managing multiple training events to guarantee a successful Annual Training.
  • Installed three Cadillac pumps and pressure switches, restoring service to camp showers and toilets in less than 7 hours.
  • Repaired a water supply break in the vehicle maintenance shop and restored potable water in less than 2 hours.
  • Filled the role of an SFC for 3 months, supervising 6 soldiers, managing 2 programs, and handling over 160 work orders to maintain $2.5 billion worth of infrastructure.
  • Maintained a 160,000-gallon base pool, performing PMIS and chemical testing daily to ensure its availability as a vital MWR facility for over 3,000 base residents.
  • Properly disposed of more than 40,000 gallons of raw sewage due to a host nation lift station failure, enabling continuous operations and maintaining sanitary conditions.
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