12H402S Senior Construction Operations NCOIC
In the role of the Senior Construction Operations NCOIC, they are responsible for designing utilities job plans, timber trestle bridges, and managing construction projects. They devise project management plans, including work breakdown structure and network flow diagrams such as the critical path method or project management software. They also coordinate the work activities of supporting units and provide supervision over all structural and utility construction projects. Additionally, they inspect subordinate elements to ensure compliance with directives, construction drawings, and specifications. They serve as an advisor to Battalion commanders on all construction projects and supervise Quality Control, construction site safety, and environmental plans. Their role also includes supervising subordinate personnel.
12H4O Operations NCO in Vertical Construction Company
As the Operations NCO in the 760th Engineer Company, their duties involve relaying detailed information to operate the Company through daily communication with platoon leadership. They monitor, communicate, and assist in enforcing mission-critical production indicators, statistics, and solution plans. They plan, coordinate, and track all training classes, Battle Assemblies, and extended training exercises. They coordinate with training installations in areas such as DPW, fuel coordination, and roads and grounds. They are responsible for planning and tracking all T3 training data, including APFT/ACFT, IWQ, and H/W. They archive training certificates for the entire Company and coordinate with all sections to plan and execute all operations. They perform quality checks, load planning, and coordinate with the Motor Sergeant and Platoon Leaders to support convoy operations. They provide CONOPs, DRAWs, mission plans, and timelines to command and platoon leadership. They ensure monthly reports, presentations for CUB, CO to BN sync, and training schedules are in accordance with the established guidelines.
In the role of an Operations NCO, their primary objective is to ensure the success of battalion operations. They provide supervision, counseling, training, and mentorship to S3 junior enlisted personnel. They are responsible for forecasting, inventorying, and managing over 7 million dollars’ worth of ammunition for battalion-sized and lower training missions, force protection, and additional details. They also provide training and education to S3 officers, junior enlisted personnel, and peers in areas such as ammunition, infantry tactics, and TOC responsibilities.
Operations Sergeant in an Infantry Battalion
Serving as the Operations Sergeant in an Infantry Battalion, their responsibilities encompass overseeing operations and training for 4 Infantry Companies, a Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), and a Combat Support Company (CSC) located in 3 separate locations throughout the Pacific Command. They work with a strength of 730 Soldiers and conduct full spectrum operations and training. They assist the Operations Sergeant Major in planning, preparing, and executing combat training missions. They enforce tactical and Soldier discipline and supervise and assist Battalion Schools, Training, and DTS NCOs. They prepare the Tactical Operations Center (TOC) for orders, drills, briefs, and rehearsals and handle the receipt, distribution, and appropriate handling of OPRORDs, FRAGOs, and Serious Incident Reports (SIRs). They are responsible for the accountability, maintenance, and readiness of equipment valued at over $1.2 million. Furthermore, they are responsible for the health, welfare, training, and operational readiness of 4 NCOs and 8 Soldiers in their section. In the absence of the Operations Sergeant Major, they perform duties as the Operations Sergeant Major.
Military Police (Law and Order) Operations NCO
As a Military Police (Law and Order) Operations NCO, their responsibilities include developing and maintaining all training records, monitoring, scheduling, and preparing training sessions. They provide assistance to soldiers in personnel actions and coordinate service school attendance. They play a crucial role in planning and executing unit mobilization plans. Additionally, they attend schools and conferences as required and operate various training systems such as DTMS (Digital Training Management System). They are entrusted with the positive control of equipment worth over $80,000 and are responsible for coaching, teaching, mentoring, and ensuring the overall health and welfare of detachment soldiers. They directly supervise 8 subordinates and indirectly oversee the well-being of 45 soldiers.
Operations NCO, MP CO, 31B
In their position as an Operations NCO for the MP (Military Police) Company, they are responsible for the smooth communication and detailed information flow necessary to operate the company successfully. They monitor, communicate, and assist in enforcing mission-critical production indicators, statistics, and solution plans. Their duties include preparing the Tactical Operations Center (TOC) for orders, drills, briefs, and rehearsals, as well as receiving, handling, and distributing FRAGOs (Fragmentary Orders), Red Cross messages, and Serious Incident Reports (SIRs). They are accountable for maintaining and ensuring the readiness of equipment valued at over $8 million. Additionally, they are responsible for the readiness of 14 soldiers.
25X6O6C Battalion CSM
Serving as the Command Sergeant Major of an Expeditionary Signal Battalion, they hold the responsibility for the global deployment and operational readiness of tactical and strategic C4I (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence) platforms and services in support of FORSCOM (U.S. Army Forces Command) objectives. As the principal enlisted advisor to the commander, they enforce established policies and standards. Their duties extend to the welfare, discipline, training, personnel management, and professional development of 481 soldiers. They administer the Battalion’s Noncommissioned Officer Development Program and provide mentorship to 1 SGM (Sergeant Major), 4 1SGs (First Sergeants), and 18 SFCs (Sergeants First Class). They prioritize command climate, equal opportunity, and retention.
Operations Sergeant 92A5O for BSB
As an Operations Sergeant, they fulfill the role of a full-time assistant to the S-3 (Operations and Training Officer). They draft training directives and operations orders for approval and analyze various training reports. They procure, design, produce, and distribute a variety of training aids to support efficient operations and training of subordinate units. Their responsibilities include preparing routine correspondence and drafting replies for more complex matters. They monitor, review, and analyze all training and readiness reports from subordinate units. They provide assistance and guidance in the preparation and successful accomplishment of unit training.
Operations Sergeant, United States Central Command
In their capacity as the Operations Sergeant for the United States Central Command, their duties involve planning, coordinating, and directing security and Force Protection (FP) and Anti-Terrorism (AT) operations for Headquarters USCENTCOM and associated facilities worldwide. They provide recommendations and consultation for FP concerns and respond to incidents within the CENTCOM Area of Operations (AOR). They provide support and oversight for FP systems implementation. Additionally, they offer supervision to associated elements in the JSO/Security/FP/AT field when needed.
Operations NCO, Basic Combat Training (BCT)/74D3O
As the Operations NCO for a Basic Combat Training (BCT) company, their primary responsibility is to ensure the smooth operation and success of the training program for more than 720 soldiers annually. They take charge of preparing training schedules, tracking the daily status of up to 240 trainees, and managing all daily administrative matters for the company, including legal affairs. They coordinate taskings from higher headquarters and oversee the in-processing and out-processing of soldiers for each ten-week cycle. They are proficient in utilizing the Resident Individual Training Management System (RITMS) and Digital Training Management System (DTMS) to maintain accurate training records. Additionally, they schedule and manage make-up training sessions to ensure that trainees meet graduation requirements on time.
Assistant Operations Sergeant
As an Assistant Operations Sergeant, I am assigned to an Infantry Battalion within a Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT). My primary responsibilities include taking care of the health, welfare, morale, training, and development of 20 Soldiers and their families. I am involved in operations and training related to counterinsurgency and full spectrum operations. Additionally, I assist the Operations Sergeant Major in planning, preparing, and executing combat training missions. Enforcing tactical and Soldier discipline is also one of my duties. Furthermore, I am responsible for the accountability, readiness, and deployment of two Stryker Command Variants, along with their assigned weapons and equipment, which are valued at over $4,000,000.
12B40 Assistant OPS NCO; Manuever Enhancement Brigade
In the Manuever Enhancement Brigade (MEB) HHC, I serve as the Engineer Operations (OPs) cell NCOIC within the Protection OPs cell. My role revolves around supporting five subordinate Battalions (BNs) by establishing the Protection Cell portion of the Brigade (BDE) Main. One of my key responsibilities is providing reliable order products, annexes, and construction directives to the engineer elements. I also supervise the Geospatial cell and deliver terrain analysis products to the BDE. Ensuring readiness of four vehicles, two trailers, and various office and communications equipment valued at over $2 million falls under my purview. Additionally, I am responsible for the morale, health, welfare, and professional development of three NCOs and three Soldiers.
I currently serve as the S-3 NCOIC in a Special Troops Battalion. This battalion has a strength of 658 Soldiers, 270 Department of the Army Civilians, and 179 Local National Employees. My main role involves facilitating the Military Decision Making Processes (MDMPs) for the command group and nine command directorates. I am responsible for writing and executing equitable distribution of Operation Orders, Fragmentary Orders, and Warning Orders. Furthermore, I coordinate and synchronize logistical and administrative support among local agencies and authorities to ensure realistic and efficient training. A significant part of my job is managing and professionally developing four Staff Sergeants.
In my role as an Operations NCO, I am primarily responsible for developing and maintaining all training records. I also monitor, schedule, and prepare training for the unit. Assisting Soldiers in personnel actions and scheduling service school attendance is an integral part of my duties. Additionally, I plan and execute unit mobilization plans, attend schools and conferences as required, and operate training systems like DTMS. Moreover, I maintain positive control over $80,000 worth of equipment. Alongside these responsibilities, I take care of coaching, teaching, mentoring, and ensuring the overall health and welfare of three US Soldiers and one Korean Augmentation to the US Army Soldier.
My role as an Operations NCO involves advising the Commander, BN S3, and USAR Unit Administrator on all technical aspects of Basic Combat Training. This includes areas such as maintenance, planning, support, and training program evaluation for each Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) throughout the Battalion. I act as the primary liaison between the BDE S3 and the BN, providing guidance from higher levels. Additionally, I support IDT/AT activities, schedule ATRRS seats for OES and NCOES career development, and provide recommendations for training, YTC, YTG, and SOPs.
As the Operations Sergeant for a Special Troops Battalion, I am responsible for leading and overseeing the operations of a battalion comprising over 1,000 Soldiers, Department of the Army Civilians, and Local National Employees. One of my primary duties is ensuring the training readiness of two subordinate companies within the battalion. I take charge of managing the Theater Specific Individual Readiness Training (TSIRT) for units deploying in support of overseas contingency operations. Additionally, I am accountable for the effective management of Battalion land and ammunition. Planning and executing AR 350-1 mandated training for the Battalion is also within my purview. Moreover, I supervise and mentor three NCOs, ensuring their professional growth and development.
Operations NCO (SPO)/94Z
In my current role as the ARFORGEN Materiel Enterprise Cell and Materiel Readiness Branch NCOIC for the 21st Theater Sustainment Command, Support Operations, I hold a key position in managing the USAREUR’s Left Behind Equipment (LBE) maintenance program. This involves conducting site assessments and quality assurance visits. I actively contribute to managing the equipment ARFORGEN cycle within the USAREUR. Additionally, I oversee all Reset and LBE activities, which involve valuable equipment amounting to over $1.2 billion. Developing policies and procedures for the maintenance program within the theater is another important aspect of my responsibilities. Furthermore, I am responsible for the training, health, morale, and welfare of 42 Soldiers, NCOs, Officers, Department of the Army Civilians, and Local Nationals. Ensuring the accountability of installation property valued at $125,000 is also part of my duties.
As the Operations NCO, my primary responsibility is tracking and scheduling training requirements for over ______ full-time AGR Soldiers assigned to the Recruiting and Retention Battalion. This entails maintaining digital and hard copies of all training records for the Battalion. I am proficient in managing the ATTRS and DTMS training systems, ensuring accurate and up-to-date information. Disseminating fragmentary and operation orders received from G3 is another critical aspect of my role. Based on the capabilities and assets of each subordinate unit, I develop tasking and oversee battalion training requirements. Additionally, I provide monthly training and security clearance updates to the Battalion Commander, enabling effective decision-making.
Company Operations NCO
In my position as the Company Operations NCO, I serve as the linchpin for ensuring smooth communication and the effective operation of the company. With a responsibility to oversee 145 Soldiers, my role revolves around monitoring, communicating, and enforcing mission-critical production indicators, statistics, and solution plans. I work diligently to ensure mission accomplishment and overall success for the company. By maintaining a proactive approach, I facilitate the flow of detailed information necessary for achieving our objectives.
As the Operations NCO for the _____ Battalion, my role is to ensure efficient communication and the flow of detailed information necessary for the successful operation and mission accomplishment of the battalion. I work closely with the Senior Operations NCO to monitor production indicators and statistics, ensuring that targets are met. Additionally, I supervise the processing of administrative, moral, and medical waivers. I analyze regulatory guidance and provide staff recommendations based on my assessments.
Operations NCOIC for an Initial Entry Training (IET) Company
In my position as the Operations NCOIC for an Initial Entry Training (IET) Company, I am responsible for overseeing the operational aspects of the company. This company consists of over 250 soldiers and 44 Cadre personnel. My duties include preparing and processing class reports, awards, status reports, and other administrative actions to the Battalion S1, S3, and Commander. I am also accountable for the efficient management of student in/out processing, coordinating Request for Orders (RFO) with Student Personnel Management, and handling student records, reclassification, and unit administration. Additionally, I am responsible for the accountability of over $1,150,000 worth of computer equipment and administrative assets.
Camp Command Cell Operations NCO
As an Operations NCO in a deployed unit providing 24-hour operational coverage, I play a crucial role in supporting tenant units and transient Soldiers. My responsibilities include conducting analysis and assessment of information, ensuring timely completion of reports that impact activities, monitoring all traffic, updating weather and road conditions, providing help desk coverage for other sections, and maintaining proper key and ammunition control. In the event of force protection events, I assume the role of Battle Captain, utilizing the WAVES computer system to alert personnel and coordinating with security, EMS, PMO, and the Air Force to respond and restore good order.
Assistant Operations Sergeant
As an Assistant Operations Sergeant in a Brigade Special Troops Battalion, I am an integral part of the team. With a battalion consisting of multiple companies and a significant number of soldiers, my responsibilities include assisting and supervising the Battalion Schools, Training, and Defense Travel System (DTS) NCOs. I am involved in preparing the Tactical Operations Center (TOC) for orders, drills, briefs, and rehearsals. It is my duty to receive and appropriately handle and distribute FRAGOs, Red Cross messages, and Serious Incident Reports (SIRs). Additionally, I am accountable for the readiness and maintenance of equipment valued at over $_____ million. Furthermore, I take care of the health, welfare, training, and operational readiness of _____ NCOs and _____ Soldiers. In the absence of the Operations Sergeant, I assume the duties of the Operations Sergeant.
Battalion Operations Sergeant
In my role as the Battalion Operations Sergeant of a Brigade Special Troops Battalion supporting the Brigade Combat Team, I am responsible for providing tactical and technical guidance as well as professional support to subordinate units. I make recommendations to superiors to ensure the successful accomplishment of their duties in support of mission objectives. Moreover, I am accountable for the health, morale, training, and development of seven NCOs, five Soldiers, and the welfare of their families within the battalion operations section. My responsibilities encompass planning, coordinating, and supervising activities related to organization, training, and combat operations.
Chemical Operations NCO MOS 74D2O
As a Chemical Operations NCO supporting a 44 Soldier Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Company in direct support of Headquarters, United States Army Garrison, 3rd Infantry Division & Fort Stewart, my primary role involves providing training, advice, and supervision on proper Chemical, Biological, Radiation, and Nuclear (CBRN) operations at the company level. I am responsible for ensuring that all CBRN procedures and protocols are followed correctly. Additionally, I am accountable for over $3,150,000 worth of CBRN equipment and administrative assets. Alongside this, I have the vital task of supervising the combat training, discipline, safety, health, and welfare of four Soldiers.
92A402S Operations NCO; Sustainment higher HQ (ESC, RSG, ASG, Sustainment Brigade)
In my role as the 92A402S Operations NCO, I serve as a key point of contact for higher headquarters, including the Expeditionary Sustainment Command (ESC), Regional Support Group (RSG), Army Support Group (ASG), and Sustainment Brigade. I review all incoming Operation Orders (OPORDs), Warning Orders (WARNOs), and taskers, ensuring their proper implementation within the command. Additionally, I coordinate with higher HQ on current orders and status updates, as well as collaborate with the Command Group and staff to meet all necessary suspenses. I also write, review, and publish OPORDs, WARNOs, and Fragmentary Orders (FRAGOs) to downtrace units, ensuring clear communication and efficient operations. Managing and coordinating current operations processes and procedures is a key aspect of my responsibilities. I also process Requests for Information (RFIs) to and from higher headquarters and downtrace units, facilitating effective information flow.
As the Flight/Operations NCO of a deployed Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, I play a crucial role in coordinating flights critical to the movement of personnel and equipment throughout Iraq and Kuwait. I ensure the smooth and efficient operation of flights, overseeing inspections of redeploying unit personal bags, equipment, and shipping containers while performing duties as a Customs Border Clearance Agent. Additionally, I monitor all communication systems in a Tactical Operation Center, disseminating critical information related to current operations, enemy intelligence, and personnel accountability. In the event that the brigade headquarters is compromised, I assume the duties of the network control station, maintaining situational awareness and coordinating with security, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Provost Marshal’s Office (PMO), and the Air Force to respond and restore order.
As a Plans/Operations NCOIC in a forward-deployed Signal Company within an Expeditionary Signal Battalion (ESB), I provide vital support to the 228th Signal Brigade, International Security Assistance Force, RC North, and its subordinate commands. My responsibilities include ensuring the company command team has reliable network operations, training, and automation support. I manage, track, and oversee all administrative actions for 130 Soldiers. Furthermore, I am accountable for the readiness of five vehicles, two trailers, and various office and communications equipment valued at over $8 million. Additionally, I am responsible for the morale, health, welfare, and professional development of 12 NCOs and 17 Soldiers within the company.
OPERATIONS NCO USAREC LEVEL
At the USAREC level, I serve as an Operations NCO, providing essential assistance to ensure that all Regular Army and Army Reserve accessions comply with enlistment eligibility programs and policies outlined in current Army Regulations. I offer technical guidance to Brigade Operations personnel to support the daily accession mission. Coordinating processing procedures and requesting exceptions to policy for enlistment with HQDA, TRADOC, OCAR, USARC, and USAREC are part of my responsibilities. I interpret policy and provide procedural guidance on REQUEST to _____ brigades, _____ battalion, and _____ Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS).
SENIOR OPERATIONS NCO (BATTALION)
As the Senior Operations NCO, I play a crucial role in supervising a team of _____ NCOs and ensuring effective planning and procedures within a Recruiting Battalion. With a focus on supporting over _____ recruiters, _____ recruiting stations, and _____ recruiting companies, I record and report recruiting force achievements and shortfalls to evaluate organizational and individual recruiting performance. I also assist in overseeing the enlistment processing of approximately _____ applicants per month, coordinating enlistment waivers, special missions, recruiter awards, and ensuring regulatory compliance in all areas of concern.
In my role as an Operations NCO for the _____ Battalion, I am responsible for ensuring efficient communication and the flow of detailed information necessary for the successful operation and mission accomplishment of the battalion. I work closely with the Senior Operations NCO to monitor production indicators and statistics, ensuring targets are met. Additionally, I supervise administrative, moral, and medical waivers processing. Analyzing regulatory guidance and preparing staff recommendations are also key aspects of my role.
AR OPERATIONS NCO
As the AR Operations NCO, I serve as the operations and management advisor for _____ First Sergeants, _____ USAR Guidance Counselors, and over _____ Regular Army and Army Reserve recruiters. I specialize in converting complex information and instructions on current regulation eligibility and enlistment standards into accessible and understandable guidance for applicants processing into the United States Army Reserve’s various training programs. This includes the Reserve Officers Training Corps/Simultaneous Membership Program (ROTC/SMP) and the Army Civilian Acquired Skills Program (ACASP), as well as inter-service transfers.
Directly supervises the staff assigned to the Battalion. Offers guidance and leadership, providing technical advice and administrative instructions on various programs, policies, procedures, and mission analysis. Assists in problem-solving and coordinating administrative activities. Identifies training needs, develops training plans, and delivers both formal and informal training sessions as required. Initiates personnel actions such as promotions, reassignments, disciplinary measures, and training requests. Reviews and approves sick leave, annual leave, and compensatory time off. Sets performance standards and evaluates the performance of subordinates. Addresses complaints and grievances, implementing minor disciplinary measures when necessary and recommending disciplinary actions for more serious cases. Promotes the acceptance and adherence to programs such as Equal Employment Opportunity and other special emphasis initiatives. Develops employee performance standards and conducts employee performance evaluations. Provides advice, counsel, and instructions on work and administrative matters. Creates or revises position descriptions as needed. Conducts interviews and selects candidates for vacant positions. Acts as the primary level for resolving disciplinary problems and grievances, escalating group grievances or significant complaints to the supervisor. Supervises the day-to-day activities of military and civilian employees. Plans and assigns non-routine work, sets priorities, and schedules the completion of special projects. Distributes workload based on priorities, existing projects, and the capabilities of employees. Ensures compliance with timeliness, quality, procedural, policy, and regulatory requirements. Offers guidance, counsel, and instructions to employees.
Holds responsibility for overseeing the command’s Antiterrorism, Force Protection, and Physical Security (AT/FP/PS) Programs. Provides program guidance, establishes goals and objectives, and monitors the status of projects and actions. Adjusts the priorities and suspense of the Battalion Commander accordingly. Reviews work for effectiveness, clarity, and conciseness. Approves milestones for major inspections and audits from higher headquarters, as well as inspections and staff assistance visits to units. Monitors the training plan of the Battalion Commander to ensure proper training of the command and its companies. Reviews and approves courseware for the Pre-command Course, also serving as an instructor when the Battalion Commander is absent. Takes responsibility for delivering information or decision briefs on AT/FP/PS functions or events to the BDE Commander. Oversees the review, revision, publication, and execution of the Commander’s Critical Information Requirements, Serious Incident Reports, the command’s All Hazard Plan, and Continuity of Operations Plan. Provides updates to the chain of command before and after disasters as required. Reviews and approves the Battalion Commander’s recommended revisions to higher headquarters’ AT/FP and Physical Security policies and regulations. Ensures the funding lines provided by the BDE for the Companies are fully funded and properly allocated for command AT/FP/PS programs.
Manages overall command taskings, Requests for Information (RFI), and reclamas. Analyzes taskers and RFIs issued by higher headquarters and provides guidance to the Battalion S-3 on the development and distribution of command taskers to the headquarters’ staff and battalion. Reviews the Tasking Tracker Database to ensure proper logging and tracking of taskings until completion. Reviews reclamas written by the Companies or submitted by Battalion Staff and Companies, checking for correct format, grammar, punctuation, and adherence to Army writing style before approving their release to the Battalion S-3. Submits command reclamas to higher headquarters and maintains direct coordination with their staff until approval or denial. Records the final statuses of reclamas in the Tasker Tracker Database. Ensures the Battalion S-3 is prepared and rehearsed to provide status briefings on taskers during BDE meetings, BDE teleconferences, Chief of Staff meetings, and Command and Staff meetings as required. Establishes standardized procedures and protocols for tasking and ensures the Branch Chief adheres to these standards. Provides MDMP (Military Decision Making Process) and tasking training to assigned personnel, directors, and their staff to ensure consistency and adherence to tasking SOPs, protocols, and procedures. Coordinates directly with primary staff directors or their deputies to clarify tasking, RFI, or reclama requirements. Advises the S3 on short-suspense taskings or late taskings that may potentially generate controversy within the command, staff, brigades, or battalions. Provides a preferred course of action for execution.
Takes charge of the selection, training, and placement of the S3 LNO (Liaison Officer). Provides mentorship, leadership, training, and guidance in the development of the S3 LNO’s understanding of the Lines of Operations (LOO) for each primary staff, special staff, and the battalion’s missions. Ensures the S3 LNO complies with communication and coordination SOPs and protocols, operating within the assigned tasks and duties. Reviews and approves all reports and briefings that the S3 LNO will present or submit to higher headquarters. Monitors the workload of the S3 LNO, assigning additional tasks, duties, or projects as required. Coordinates with the Battalion Commander and Current Operations at higher headquarters to evaluate the performance of the S3 LNO. Reviews and approves the command’s Key Events slide and revisions to the command’s Long-Range Calendar. Ensures the S3 LNO is well-prepared and rehearsed to deliver presentations, products, Key Events, and Long-Range Calendar briefings at higher headquarters and weekly meetings. Grants approval for direct liaison between the S3 LNO and higher headquarters staff.
Assumes overall responsibility for the command’s training and ceremonial ammunition management, including SOPs, policies, and regulations. Reviews, approves, or denies fiscal year ammunition requests, shortage adjustments, and unforecasted ammunition requests from Company commanders. Collaborates with the brigade S3 or the Deputy Brigade Officer to resolve ammunition-related issues. Provides training, guidance, mentorship, leadership, and direction to the S-3 to ensure ammunition goals and objectives are met, and ammunition support to the Companies is adequate. Instructs the Ammunition NCOs to retrieve tailored ammunition reports from TAMIS (The Army Maintenance Management System) to identify training or training ammunition deficiencies. Compiles and prepares reports for the S-3 and BDE addressing systemic ammunition issues and recommendations for corrective actions. Maintains the command’s ammunition utilization rate at 90% or higher, with a goal of reaching 95% or higher. Reviews the command’s fiscal year ammunition requests and adjustments, granting approval for release to the Ammunition Manager. Reviews and approves the Branch Chief’s recommendations regarding fiscal year ammunition allocations. Assumes responsibility for the overall development, implementation, and revision of TAMIS and conducted ammunition training within the command. Reviews and approves the Battalion Commander’s Unit Status Report and Quarterly Training Review briefs before they are presented to the S-3 and Commanding General of USACC and USAAC. Offers guidance to the S-3 in developing the command’s Annual Training Guidance and reviews and approves it for the Commander’s signature. Monitors the relevance of items posted on the G3 portal and provides recommendations for revisions to the S3.
Provides leadership, guidance, training, and mentorship to ensure the Commanders’ intent is met in the execution of command-level activities, ceremonies, and special events, including change and assumption of command ceremonies, retirement ceremonies, organizational days, and Continuity of Operation Plans (COOP). Prepares and presents information and decision briefs for command-level events to the Commander. Prepares and reviews Subcommittee Minutes for approval by the Battalion Commander. Ensures effective communication and collaboration within the command.