Automated Logistical Specialist

  • Through meticulous attention to detail, I ensured the section remained mobile at all times, ready to meet the unit’s logistical needs.
  • I continuously reviewed current conditions and effectively planned for future requirements, achieving an unprecedented level of logistical readiness.
  • I skillfully loaded up CLIX (Centralized Lost Inventory) excess turn-in worth $288,721.72, providing valuable support to the Material Readiness Team (MRT).
  • While working in the Receiving Section, I efficiently processed over 10,000 parts, paying careful attention to detail to ensure their distribution within the required 24 hours according to DA (Department of the Army) Standards.
  • I promptly downloaded trucks received from LRC (Logistics Readiness Center), preventing distribution delays and minimizing wait times.
  • I successfully oversaw the unit’s transition, from MTOE (Modified Table of Organization and Equipment) changes to technological changes in maintenance record-keeping practices. This ensured the proficiency of SMs (Soldiers) and the sustained effectiveness of maintenance operations.
  • I identified and resolved SAMS-E (Standard Army Maintenance System-Enhanced) software errors that could have severely impacted motor pool operations, facilitating a successful transition in record-keeping.
  • I significantly improved the accuracy of the Army Materiel Status System (AMSS), ensuring a 100% equipment correlation between SAMS-1E and PBUSE (Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced).
  • I efficiently set up Shop Office Operations at NTC (National Training Center), which included VSATS (Very Small Aperture Terminals), fighting positions, and supporting SSA (Supply Support Activity) operations through comprehensive turn-ins and walkthroughs.
  • I provided crucial support to the Alpha Company Medical Maintenance program by getting SAMS1E operations underway.
  • I meticulously updated over 190 services and files dating back to 2012, ensuring accurate and up-to-date records.
  • During warehouse operations, I assisted CIF (Central Issue Facility) personnel in organizing OCIE (Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment).
  • I generated work orders, maintenance records, and equipment readiness reports for 24 Strykers and 110 pieces of rolling stock, which were essential for mission readiness.
  • I efficiently reorganized OCIE and issued OCIE to over 1,000 soldiers.
  • My reports in the Army Materiel Status System (AMSS) were regarded as the most accurate in the Battalion, achieving a 100% match between SAMS-1E and PBUSE.
  • I actively participated in refueling missions and vehicle PMCS (Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services) operations for all FCO (Field Command Operations) vehicles, significantly multiplying unit manning.
  • I successfully set up the CAISI (Combat Service Support Automated Information Systems Interface) network, enabling maintenance shop operations outside of the motor pool for the first time.
  • I demonstrated an exceptional technical capacity in logistics while performing OCIE operations, maintaining over 3,500 individual hand receipts without any discrepancies.
  • I strictly controlled access to the Class 1 warehouse, resulting in increased inventory accuracy and a 50% reduction in losses.
  • I efficiently ordered supplies and equipment worth over $1,200,000.00 to ensure Team Renegade’s maintenance readiness and mission success.
  • As an expert SAMS-E operator, I played a pivotal role in identifying and resolving software errors that could have impaired motor pool operations and mission execution.
  • I single-handedly reorganized the facility, turning in over $3 million worth of Theater Provided Equipment (TPE) and AMCOM (Aviation and Missile Command) property.
  • I was selected by the 92B Command Sergeant Major to serve in the Brigade Support Operations, contributing to the improvement of the Standard Army Retail Supply Systems.
  • I meticulously tracked Calvary Battalion’s periodic uploads and downloads of maintenance and supply transactions for class I, II, III, IV, VIII, and IX, ensuring no oversights.
  • As a capable and dependable leader of soldiers, I deployed, administered, and maintained many mission-essential information systems.
  • I analyzed and corrected the deficiencies of over 2,200 empty gas cylinders, enabling their processing and shipment out of KAF (Kandahar Airfield).
  • I diligently scrubbed and reconciled records until achieving a 100% correlation between the Army Materiel Status System (AMSS) and SAMS-1E and PBUSE.
  • As an efficient director, I increased the capacity of many supported elements, enabling them to accomplish any mission tasked.
  • I consistently motivated and pushed all soldiers in my command to excel and improve themselves both professionally and personally.
  • As the primary operator for SAMS-E, I successfully ordered class II, IV, and IX supply items and assisted the PBO (Property Book Officer) in turning over TPE items during a TOA (Transfer of Authority).
  • I provided outstanding support to the Garrison hazardous waste disposal program.
  • As a certifying officer, I reviewed and approved hazardous waste manifests and associated shipping documents, reducing illegal shipments by 50%.
  • I was commended by the Battalion Commander for my responsiveness to requests for cargo inspection, even on short notice.
  • I served as the Retro Sort Yard (RSY) NCOIC, establishing a strong rapport with local Kandahar agencies to support the KAF CMRE (Center for Maintenance and Retrograde Equipment) Retro Sort Mission.
  • I successfully restocked over 700 items of OCIE, ensuring accurate actions and facilitating optimum stock levels.
  • I organized and assembled 700 ACHs (Advanced Combat Helmets) and issued OCIE to 150 personnel without any incidents or discrepancies.
  • I ensured that all class IX parts were ordered promptly and that all faults were updated in a timely manner.
  • I assisted with the turn-in of over $200,000 worth of excess class IX parts.


  • I effectively managed support for __ customer accounts, overseeing ___ ASL (Authorized Stockage List) worth $,,_, while maintaining a _% inventory accuracy. Soldiers processed , SARSS (Standard Army Retail Supply System) entries with ___% precision.
  • I diligently monitored all quality system standards, maintaining a 1% zero balance rate, surpassing DA standards. This enhanced SSA capabilities and decreased customer wait time by 63%.
  • I guided the SSA to achieve a 0% MRD (Mission Rejection Data) rate from 34,856 MROs (Maintenance Repair Orders) and GPC (Government Purchase Card) transactions, resulting in savings of (UNIT) $, by utilizing the installation’s free issue warehouse.
  • Under my leadership, the SSA received a 100% score on the (COMMAND INSPECTION), with zero deficiencies. Additionally, three Soldier award coins of excellence were presented for MOS proficiency.

Equipment Records / Parts Sergeant

  • Through judicious use of the Parts Accountability and Fort Campbell Free Issue Team, I successfully saved the battalion over $30,850 in an eight-month period on the CLIX (Centralized Lost Inventory) budget.
  • I meticulously orchestrated an immaculate filing system with zero deficiencies, effectively organizing the battalion’s service data on all equipment. My efforts were recognized and commended by the inspection team.
  • I conducted monthly PBUSE (Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced) to SAMS1-E scrubs until all administrative data for the equipment matched. This led the Support Battalion to consistently report error-free data.
  • Taking ownership of the company equipment dispatching process, I ensured strict adherence to all BN (Battalion) safety and procedural guidelines, significantly enhancing operational continuity practices within the unit.
  • With exceptional attention to detail, I flawlessly managed over 600 processed opened and closed work orders for special operations weapons, specialized electronic radio systems, and light-wheeled vehicles.
  • I successfully supervised the merger of the _______ Unit Identification Codes, seamlessly integrating the codes without disrupting support to Group’s four supported battalions.

ETS for SSA Clerk

  • She was an invaluable asset in the day-to-day success of the Supply Support Activities’ mission to support the 1-7 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) Battalion’s overall readiness for the tabling certification field training exercise, preparing for a worldwide deployment to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Her significant impact on every mission she participated in was evident from the beginning to the execution phase, resulting in impressive end results.

Liaison Officer

  • I provided crucial logistical support for over 60 successful convoy operations, ensuring their smooth execution.
  • I effectively coordinated maintenance support to ensure all vehicles were properly maintained and fully mission-capable.
  • I assisted the joint distribution center with container management operations, facilitating the tracking, ingating, and submission of TMRs (Transportation Movement Requests) for 1000 retrograde ISO (Intermodal Shipping Container) Camp Bucca.
  • I generated and distributed a standard daily logistics synchronization matrix, enabling military and civilian contractors to stay informed about incoming and outgoing sustainments to Camp Bucca.

Platoon Sergeant

  • I recommend providing the SM (Soldier) with time to refocus on the Army and assume a less demanding and stressful position to enhance performance and personal well-being (needs improvement).


  • I demonstrated expert knowledge in instructing over 1872 hours of GCSS (Global Combat Support System)-Army of POI (Program of Instruction) to 525 students, significantly increasing their technical proficiency in modern supply operations.
  • I developed an extensive instructor guide for incoming instructors, resulting in 14 instructors being able to effectively deliver Plant Maintenance POI instruction.
  • I trained and validated the technical proficiency of 524 Officers, NCOs, and IET (Initial Entry Training) personnel during QMFTX (Quarter Master Field Training Exercise), enhancing their skills to become adaptive sustainment professionals.
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