• Due to extremely high temperatures, I closely monitored and supervised 76 Soldiers on the Bradley Range. Thanks to the preventive measures implemented, we successfully avoided any heat casualties during Bradley Gunnery.
  • I took the lead in developing the tactical Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the 452nd MED DET, resulting in a significant reduction in testing errors.
  • I was responsible for developing and implementing the Occupational Health Surveillance database, ensuring that Fort Hood and III Corps complied with OSHA laws and guidelines.
  • As part of my responsibilities, I conducted thorough base camp assessments and DFAC certifications for five Forward Operating Bases (FOBs).
  • I effectively managed a mobile team that provided support to 26 operating locations, covering an expansive area of 40,000 square kilometers.
  • In order to preserve the health of a warfighter population of 20,000 personnel, I successfully completed 31 base camp assessments, conducted 200 sanitary inspections, and carried out 55 food service inspections.
  • I obtained certification for multiple potable water tanks, ensuring the safety and quality of the water supply.
  • My meticulous attention to detail played a crucial role in the overall success of the mission.
  • I made it a priority to ensure the well-being and readiness of all the soldiers under my care.
  • I spearheaded the revision and implementation of the company’s Field Sanitation Program and SOP, transforming the inspected area from black to green.
  • I introduced advanced water testing equipment, resulting in improved test accuracy. Furthermore, I provided comprehensive training to all members of the preventive medicine section on new microbiology tests and procedures.
  • I took charge of sensitive medical equipment and vehicles while overseeing the daily operations of a busy treatment facility. Notably, this facility catered to multiple non-English speaking foreign nationals.
  • During medical fact-finding missions to foreign medical facilities, I displayed outstanding leadership and maturity, which greatly contributed to the overall success of the missions.
  • I played a pivotal role in implementing crucial protective health measures during the COVID-19 pandemic, setting a remarkable example for the Colorado National Guard.
  • During a transitional period, I volunteered to provide front desk coverage for the Behavioral Health Clinic, ensuring the uninterrupted flow of clinical operations.
  • I successfully identified and eliminated several rat infestations in multiple tents throughout the camp. Additionally, I made valuable recommendations to the base commander to prevent future occurrences.
  • I dedicated a total of 40 hours to training, resulting in a commendable 30% increase in qualification for all unit members.
  • I was responsible for maintaining the sanitation and potability of over 2 million gallons of water. Additionally, I oversaw the proper maintenance of water transport trucks and storage tanks.
  • I diligently carried out over 900 bacteriological and chlorination water tests to ensure water safety and quality.
  • By establishing Preventive Medicine guidelines, policies, and procedures for ISA Air Base in Bahrain, I significantly improved public health standards for over 1,000 military and civilian personnel.
  • I successfully revised seven medical, public, and environmental health instructions, tailoring them to be effective and applicable within the local environment.
  • I provided direct oversight for all preoperational sanitation inspections of the newly constructed Paradisa Cafe, ensuring its grand opening proceeded as planned while prioritizing the safety of over 3,000 daily meals.
  • During monthly command safety meetings, I actively contributed relevant input on environmental sanitation concerns, addressing the needs of 2,300 joint military and civilian personnel.
  • I dedicated over 1,000 hours to conducting more than 300 thorough environmental and sanitation inspections.
  • I meticulously submitted and followed up on 55 accident reports to command safety, ensuring that all incidents were appropriately addressed and mitigated.
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