MOS 46Q and MOS 46R were combined and are now MOS 46S, Mass Communications Specialist

Public Affairs NCO

  • As a Public Affairs NCO, SGT Young effectively conveyed the Army’s story in support of OEF. Their news releases reached over 100 media outlets, with a combined viewership of more than 30 million people.

Public Affairs SGT

  • SGT Young successfully reorganized and prepared the 318th Press Camp Headquarters, bringing its physical security up to standards.
  • Contributing to the 318th PCH’s successful physical security inspection, SGT Young provided valuable assistance.
  • Demonstrating their skills in information dissemination, SGT Young developed and disseminated 1,100 information products supporting the Brigade’s Operation Eagle Campaign and the 2014 Afghanistan National Elections.
  • SGT Young played a pivotal role in improving and expanding the existing social media program, enhancing the command’s online presence.
  • In exercise Silver Scimitar, SGT Young actively participated and provided crucial public affairs print media support to U.S. Forces Command.
  • By managing the Admiral’s schedule and speaking engagements at three Navy Public Affairs Symposiums, SGT Young contributed to the smooth operation of high-profile events.
  • SGT Young made significant contributions in creating the RAF tri-fold brochure, which was developed for distribution to AUSA attendees by the Commanding General of FORSCOM.
  • Producing a comprehensive and informative info product, SGT Young effectively educated both the public and the forces on the emerging Department of the Army RAF concept.
  • SGT Young skillfully coordinated and created agendas and position papers, providing valuable assistance to the General in representing Reserve Public Affairs at three Public Affairs Leadership Meetings.
  • Through their contributions, SGT Young enhanced command information and media relations by facilitating over 100 published photos, 20 news releases, and 4 media engagements.
  • Their exceptional work earned SGT Young 2nd place in the 2011 FORSCOM Keith L. Ware competition for Broadcast News Story.
  • While assigned to the 10th Press Camp Headquarters, SGT Young produced 11 print stories that were released to various news outlets across Fort Bragg, NC.
  • Displaying flexibility and dedication, SGT Young worked outside their MOS on numerous occasions, cross-training and qualifying in security.
  • SGT Young played a crucial role in the continuous improvement of productivity and capability within the Brigade’s Inform and Dissemination operations.
  • SGT Young’s expertise extended beyond their immediate duties as they developed and taught an audio/visual course as part of the training for the Afghan National Army’s 2-215 BDE Public Affairs Office.
  • Documenting the Silver Scimitar exercise, SGT Young produced a news feature that was released to multiple outlets, effectively highlighting the training event.
  • SGT Young successfully increased the number of Key Leader Engagements between 2nd Brigade leadership and the Northern Helmand population by 30%, resulting in a greater number of shuras and improved reporting of insurgent activities by local nationals.
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