Maintenance Supervisor

  • Reviewed the Interactive Technical Manual (IETM) for the Version 6 upgrade to the Apache Guardian Helicopter, providing effective recommendations that improved overall maintenance procedures and flow during Maintenance Operation Checks (MOC), Fault Isolation Procedures (FIP), and repair procedures.

Motor Sergeant

  • Recognized as an unusual problem solver and great planner, selected to perform duties as Motor Sergeant one rank above his current grade.
  • Efficiently drew and returned 61 pieces of vehicle equipment from the PREPO yard during NTC, consistently adhering to Army standards.
  • Made decisions for the unit that directly supported the Commander’s intent and the promotion of unit standards.

Maintenance Team Chief

  • Maintained over 90% of the 489 BSB battalion equipment at Fully Mission Capable (FMC) status, ensuring operational readiness.
  • Played an essential role in the repair of 6 deadlined vehicles during Annual Training 2016, contributing to the unit’s overall readiness.
  • Encouraged and developed innovative ideas to improve maintenance practices, resulting in improved maintenance output.
  • Effectively charted schedules and taskings to optimize available skills and personnel.
  • Engaged assets outside the MACOM to ensure the availability of maintenance personnel during training events.
  • Made sound decisions as a Contact Team Leader supporting HHC 741st BEB, sustaining mission success.
  • Acted as the Mx Chief for 20 Soldiers during Beyond the Horizon Guatemala, effectively overseeing maintenance operations.
  • Oversaw the restoration and 24-hour operation of the D.R.A.S.H. power units supporting the DCP, ensuring the operation of the unit’s top maintenance priority.
  • Selected over four of his peers to perform duties as Battalion Motor Sergeant, showcasing exceptional problem-solving, planning, and organizing skills.
  • Conducted PBUSE to SAMS1-E scrubs, ensuring that all equipment administrative data matched, leading to the Support Battalion’s first error-free AMSS in over eight years.
  • Maintained outstanding rapport with his Soldiers, tailoring leadership to each individual and task, resulting in optimal performance.
  • Emphasized the importance of proper troubleshooting procedures to all supervised mechanics, significantly reducing misdiagnoses of non-mission capable (NMC) faults by over 50%.
  • Possessed the technical and tactical knowledge necessary to effectively teach and train deploying Soldiers on MOS tasks, supporting Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA) teams.
  • Eagerly shared knowledge and experience, playing a key role in the section’s 100% completion rate of all scheduled services on tactical equipment with zero delinquencies.
  • Supervised the completion of over 400 work orders while maintaining an overall 98% Operational Readiness Rate on 500 pieces of equipment.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment valued over $20,000.

Maintenance Control Sergeant

  • Implemented a maintenance program that directly contributed to the COMET inspection’s 99% rating.

Maintenance NCO

  • Served as Platoon Sergeant and Maintenance Control Sergeant, consistently delivering outstanding results in all duties and responsibilities.
  • Challenged and motivated Soldiers to aggressively manage their careers, resulting in successful graduation from SLC, ALC, and WLC for multiple individuals.
  • Dedicated personal time to prepare Soldiers for the board, leading to five Soldiers earning promotable status and two Soldiers winning the Soldier of the Month board.
  • Brilliantly executed motor pool operations for multiple units, successfully completing 550 job orders on all Fall Classic Equipment.
  • Supervised recovery missions for over 250 critical vehicles, achieving a 100% success rate.
  • Dispatched contact teams for the repair of numerous vehicles, achieving the fastest reclamation in the province.
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