• I generously shared my knowledge of troubleshooting the M1A2 Tank, aiming to maximize the performance and technical knowledge of fellow soldiers.
  • I developed a comprehensive maintenance plan to ensure all tanks were inducted into the MWO (Modification Work Order) yard in a timely manner for JBCP (Joint Battle Command Platform) upgrades, enabling successful gunnery operations.
  • I adeptly troubleshooted a variety of equipment, providing successful instruction on the utilization of wire diagrams and schematics to fellow soldiers.
  • I actively assisted in the qualification of 7 M1A2 SEP V2 tanks, contributing to the readiness and proficiency of the unit’s armored assets.
  • I played an integral role in the successful completion of 16 annual services within a tight timeframe of less than 90 days, achieving remarkable team success.
  • Due to my exceptional performance and attention to detail before, during, and after gunnery operations, I was selected as an FRS (Field Recovery Specialist) operator.
  • I consistently maintained the company’s vehicles to a high standard, ensuring that no breakdowns occurred during battalion exercises, a notable accomplishment for the unit.
  • By coordinating with the Environmental Management Division, I facilitated the inspection of the company’s HAZMAT (Hazardous Materials) area, resulting in the motor pool passing the DPW (Department of Public Works) inspection.
  • I successfully completed SSD-1 (Structured Self-Development Level 1) in less than 12 hours, demonstrating readiness for WLC (Warrior Leader Course).
  • I made significant improvements to the documentation, condition, and safety of the 2-7 IN BN 1ABCT (2nd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team) equipment.
  • I stepped up and provided valuable assistance in ensuring safe convoy movement to Fort Chaffee, contributing to the overall mission success.
  • With meticulous attention to detail, I effectively tracked over 1,000 equipment items during fielding, ensuring the unit maintained an accurate depiction of readiness.
  • I proved to be a key asset to the maintenance support team during Annual Training 2013, contributing to the successful execution of critical maintenance tasks.
  • Leveraging my exceptional trouble-shooting abilities, I swiftly brought the JCOP’s (Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System/Operational Requirements Integration System Change) generators back to standard within weeks.
  • I established maintenance programs and forged connections for five battalions and over fifty STAMIS (Standard Army Management Information System) systems, enhancing overall operational efficiency.
  • With foresight and meticulous attention to detail, I ensured that B Company’s tanks were consistently operational, contributing to the unit’s mission readiness.
  • I skillfully negotiated the special purchase of mission-essential parts from a local national in Ahamadi, Kuwait, ensuring the availability of critical equipment.
  • Through my diligent efforts, I significantly raised the unit’s Fully Mission Capable (FMC) rate from 70% to 90%, enhancing overall operational readiness.
  • In the absence of key personnel, I stepped up and assumed the roles of Maintenance Manager, Maintenance Technician, and CSSAMO (Command Supply Systems Accounting Management Officer), effectively ensuring the continuity of essential maintenance and supply functions.
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