• Successfully coordinated multiple high-visibility movements within a combat environment, ensuring smooth and efficient operations.
  • Identified the root causes of delays and implemented changes to the movement requests process, resulting in a notable 30% reduction in process time.
  • Demonstrated exceptional attention to detail, contributing to the operational readiness of his unit as well as other affiliated units.
  • Displayed unwavering dedication by working over 12 hours a day, guaranteeing the success of Operation Golden Cargo.
  • Provided effective and innovative training on organization, management, and readiness, equipping personnel with valuable skills and knowledge.
  • Consistently returned from planning Temporary Duty (TDY) assignments with comprehensive notes and informative trip reports, facilitating informed decision-making.
  • Skillfully averted a scheduling crisis by arranging alternative support previously unknown, successfully achieving unit milestones.
  • Offered guidance and coaching to new arrivals on Movement Control, resulting in an immediate doubling of response efficiency.
  • Devoted tireless efforts to prepare the unit for deployment to the ARCENT Area of Responsibility (AOR) in support of Operation Spartan Shield.
  • Led the movement of essential personnel and equipment from Upper Marlboro, MD to Fort Bragg, and subsequently to the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC).
  • Efficiently managed the inventory and loadout of over $500,000 worth of unit equipment, ensuring proper organization and accountability.
  • Provided valuable assistance in the movement of over $1,000,000 worth of brigade equipment during the deployment to OEF 11-12, achieving zero losses.
  • Synchronized the movement of all unit equipment, ensuring a coordinated and streamlined operation.
  • Played a pivotal role in ensuring the success of the Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and Integration (RSOI) of over 2,000 Soldiers as the Brigade entered and exited the theater in support of OEF 12-13 combat operations.
  • Obtained shipping cost estimates to determine the most cost-effective course of action for transporting equipment from Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD to Fort Campbell, KY, resulting in savings of over $50,000 for the Army.
  • Coordinated the movement of 260 equipment items in preparation for deployment in support of Iraq 10-11, ensuring the unit was fully equipped upon arrival.
  • Represented the Battalion as the sole attendee of the Leaders Training Program (LTP), collaborating with the staff of the Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) in developing Appendix 3 to the Airborne Operations Order (OPORD).
  • Planned the upload of field and communications equipment in preparation for the unit’s relocation to Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
  • Provided valuable assistance to sister batteries in preparing their equipment and documentation for convoy operations to and from Nellis AFB, as well as the Vigilant Guard exercise in Colorado.
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