Hospital Center

  • The Hospital Center fostered a strong partnership with division G3 leaders, ensuring the successful fulfillment of all resourcing requirements for nine DRUs without any failures.
  • As the spearhead of the HC training OIP program, the Hospital Center ensured that all 9 DRUs maintained a commendable rating of 90% while complying with the program.
  • To enhance command and control for the Hospital Center, MED BDE, and Corp, a total of 30 OPORDS and training directives were generated, improving their C2 capabilities.
  • A total of 15 junior leaders were mentored on staff communications, orders production, and troop leading procedures, providing them with valuable guidance and support.
  • The planning and execution of four global mission sets and two contingency prepare to deploy operations were synchronized effectively, ensuring seamless coordination and successful outcomes.


  • Through effective coordination, the successful fielding, retrograde, and transfer of over 175 track vehicles valued at over $500 million directly supported the Brigade’s success during the NTC rotation.
  • By skillfully averting near-daily scheduling crises, driving project milestones, and revising reporting instructions in alignment with USAREUR priorities, critical situations were handled efficiently.
  • Enhanced situational awareness of airspace issues for the Brigade Commander and his staff allowed them to focus on command and control activities during battlefield operations.
  • By maintaining up-to-the-minute status reports and promptly notifying HQ of all changes, the response time was significantly reduced by 40%.
  • The flawless execution of the BN’s four AT mission taskings resulted in the successful completion of 100% of assigned missions, involving the deployment of 75 personnel to multiple installations.
  • Heading the Bn reorganization and conducting an internal manpower study, key personnel were interviewed, and over 80 tasks were evaluated to ensure a seamless transition of four sections during manpower reduction.
  • Taking charge of operations in the company command post in addition to regular duties after the company leadership was incapacitated by indirect fire demonstrated exceptional dedication and leadership.
  • Effortlessly managing 28 couriers, overseeing 63 air and road missions, and dispatching 23K lbs of classified material on time, effective command and control operations were maintained.
  • Providing around-the-clock support at the Tactical Operations Center, crucial operational activities were facilitated seamlessly.
  • Experienced guidance and direction were provided to the officers within the G3, ensuring their professional development and effective performance.
  • With over 100 Medevac requests logged, the coordination of chain of command notification and initiation of appropriate responses were executed with precision.
  • By promptly notifying the Command Team of CCIRs and NIPR blackouts, reporting failures were addressed within minutes of occurrence, resulting in a 50% reduction in restoral times.
  • Through meticulous planning and execution, the success of the Brigade Tactical Operations Center was guaranteed, ensuring effective command and control capabilities.
  • Assisting the Battle NCO in monitoring and updating DCO, up-to-the-minute situational awareness was provided, facilitating informed decision-making.
  • Providing Close Air Support for the infil of three CH-47 Chinooks in support of Operation Mongoose demonstrated exceptional operational capabilities.
  • Keeping all units updated on current weather, LOGSTATS, PERSTAT, MedEvac status, and ongoing operations ensured seamless coordination and communication.
  • Daily coordination with the Pacific Air Force Command Sensitive Operations Center supported COMSEC requirements effectively.


  • As the Operations NCO, worked tirelessly to track all 1175th Trans HET convoys from Kuwait to Iraq and back, ensuring efficient logistics operations.
  • The establishment of the Tactical and Logistical Operating Center enabled streamlined coordination and enhanced operational efficiency.
  • Developed stages for transferring Camps Julien and Alamo to the Government of Afghanistan during the reduction of force phase ISO ISAF, contributing to the overall mission success.
  • Acknowledged by the Battalion Commander for developing a comprehensive transportation plan that integrated all requirements, leading to improved efficiency.
  • Choreographed the battalion’s total transportation plan in collaboration with seven DOD and contract agencies during the OEF Distribution Conferences, ensuring seamless coordination.
  • Providing mature leadership as the BN OPS NCOIC, while remaining flexible and mission-focused during the rapidly evolving requirements of a forward-deployed Transportation Battalion, set a high standard for excellence.
  • Initiated and supervised the consolidation, removal, and retrograde of over 200 containers from within RC-Capital, Afghanistan, resulting in significant cost savings for the U.S. government.
  • Through effective planning and coordination, supported three transportation companies in the completion of over twenty missions, ensuring timely and efficient delivery of resources.
  • Overcoming all obstacles, the individual consistently delivered total success and demonstrated a commitment to excellence.

Chemical Company

  • Dramatically raised the unit’s readiness level and confidence by increasing the unit’s ASI L4 qualification rate from 20% to an impressive 75%.
  • Demonstrated accountability by accepting responsibility for operational success or failures and taking appropriate actions.
  • Served as Operations Sergeant at both Fort Campbell and CENTCOM Forward-Jordan, showcasing exceptional leadership skills and expertise.
  • As the Ops NCO, ensured the inspection and serviceability of all company M40 pro masks prior to the COMET inspection, reflecting attention to detail.
  • Provided valuable assistance to the Battle Majors as the MCP and CF-J NCOIC, ensuring smooth operation within and between two CPs.
  • Overseeing information management of messages and orders and monitoring the COIC Battle Drill program, the individual played a critical role in keeping officers, NCOs, and staff proficient and current on operations, procedures, and ABC systems.
  • Contributed subject matter expertise to support G3 in the establishment of a chemical defense plan for KASOTC and JTC, enhancing overall preparedness and readiness.
  • Selected to spearhead a leadership exchange, mentoring 43 Jordanian NCOs of the 3rd Mechanized Battalion Command, fostering collaboration and knowledge-sharing.
  • Received exceptional scores of 100% on the M40 pro mask portion of the COMET inspection, reflecting meticulous oversight and attention to detail.
  • Conducted a productive M9 range with Special Operations Forces, qualifying more than 70 Soldiers through the use of standard training and improvisation techniques.
  • Played a major role in the success of A CO 640th ASB passing the COMET inspection, showcasing outstanding performance and dedication to duty.
  • Completed over twenty GSE missions in support of Task Force Troy, demonstrating exceptional logistical capabilities and operational effectiveness.

Quartermaster Co

  • Demonstrated exceptional problem-solving skills by pursuing and resolving countless coordination issues, leading efforts to reorganize and focus the staff for greater efficiency.
  • Directed several key action groups that implemented sweeping changes, resulting in significantly increased staff efficiency and resource savings.
  • Set a high standard for achievement and success through mentoring new personnel, providing them with guidance and support to excel.
  • Applied extensive knowledge and substantial experience to eliminate obstacles to smooth operations, ensuring seamless coordination and execution.

Special Forces Medic (18D)

  • Ensured the MFF skill proficiency of 15 MFF jumpers in the organization through conducting MFFJM refresher training.
  • Implemented a curriculum change for the SOCM PFC program, resulting in improved PFC capability for all future USSOCOM medics.
  • Chosen for technical expertise to create digital multimedia content, enhancing learning on the PFC website for 100 medics on a daily basis.
  • Provided training to 23 NSOCM instructors from 10 strategic NATO partner countries, filling critical allied medical capability gaps.
  • Performed DZSO duties three times, ensuring the jump proficiency of over 300 jumpers without any injuries or losses.
  • Volunteered personal time to create 13 PFC podcasts, which were accessed and used by 696 students per year on the SOCM LMS portal, enhancing their learning experience.
  • Led an overseas deployment of seven cadre members to train the pilot course of NATO SOCM, establishing oneself as the unit’s subject matter expert for foreign travel.
  • Distinguished oneself as the primary instructor during the USASOC SLJM Course, successfully qualifying 45 new USASOC SLJMs.
  • Maintained a 4.0 GPA at Excelsior College while completing seven credit hours of upper-level college courses, demonstrating commitment to personal and professional development.
  • Served as an ambassador for the organization by hosting 12 general officer and distinguished guest visitor tours of XXXX, showcasing the unit’s capabilities and professionalism.
  • I instilled a renewed sense of urgency in TOC activities and effectively united a diverse group of NCOs, forming a cohesive team.
  • I fostered and maintained a strong relationship with TRADOC as a subject matter expert and liaison for the Command’s Equipment Review and Validation Board process.
  • I revamped and enhanced the command’s metrics, resulting in a 50% increase in forecast accuracy and ensuring the unit’s deployability.
  • I distinguished myself from 66 peers by achieving a remarkable 99% grade point average during the Advanced Leadership Course.
  • I played a vital role in the successful execution of OSC Niamey’s National Police training, overseeing the training of 200 police officers in support of border patrol operations for MNJTF.
  • During my time at the Advanced Leadership Course, I implemented a rigorous study plan, leading to a stellar 97% grade point average and earning a place on the Commandant’s List.
  • I effectively managed the life cycle replacement of IT systems and successfully recycled over $80,000 worth of outdated computer systems at DRMO.
  • I coordinated the transfer and fielding of 140 equipment items valued at over $2 million, directly impacting the Command’s readiness.
  • I successfully achieved operational goals for the Chief of Staff of the Army joint sourcing mission.

25U Senior Operations Officer

  • By prioritizing safety, I led the unit to achieve over 365 accident-free days and zero DUI-related incidents.
  • I was directly responsible for improving the unit’s completion and close-out rates for NCO-ERs and OERs.
  • I meticulously tracked and maintained Soldier preparedness for Battalion and Brigade level staff during M-16 and M-9 range qualifications, resulting in zero safety incidents.
  • My training methods ensured that the battalion met all mandatory training requirements with a 100% completion rate ahead of schedule.
  • I provided comprehensive training to over 12 newly assigned battalion personnel in OPSEC and security management following the OIF redeployment and re-organization.
  • As a dedicated mentor and trainer, I assumed night-time operations of TOC, enabling my subordinates to achieve a 100% success rate on METL tasks during annual training.
  • I played a crucial role in the Battalion’s success in meeting mandatory training requirements as Operations NCOIC, with no deficiencies and maintaining a 3.89 GPA.
  • I flawlessly conducted four separate briefings for all battalion personnel in preparation for mobilization/deployment in support of contingency operations.
  • Due to my certifications, I assumed additional duties as the Equal Opportunity Leader and SHARP for the battalion during the unit’s reorganization after mobilization.


  • I played a key role in setting up a temporary Emergency Operations Center, ensuring effective command and control in critical situations.
  • I provided professional and expert input to HQ operational planning and the execution of critical tasks.

Camp Striker

  • I estimated requirements and efficiently coordinated food and water logistics for over 10,000 Soldiers across a 20-kilometer distance daily.
  • I served as the container manager for Camp Striker and FOB Cropper, displaying meticulous planning for all contingencies.
  • I monitored and enforced Container Management Policies on behalf of the Commander.
  • I coordinated with five different units to address MILCON-related issues and provide support, meeting all requirements.
  • I ensured that all coalition service members and contractors on Camp Striker and FOB Cropper had access to an adequate water supply.

Civil Support Team

  • I tracked and scheduled over 1,000 hours of technical training for 77 Soldiers and Airmen.
  • My alertness and attention to detail ensured the smooth management of the TOC, reinforcing the Commander’s span of command and control.
  • I played a crucial role in maintaining continuous operation of VSAT, Blue Force Tracker, and tactical communications throughout the exercise.
  • I assumed hazard modeling duties and provided predictive analysis to commanders and civilian authorities, effectively reducing threat exposure.

Training Regiment

  • I orchestrated the Battalion’s live fire exercise, overseeing the firing of over 5,000 155mm artillery rounds without any accidents.
  • My outstanding professionalism and extensive knowledge made me stand out as one of the Army’s top 13D AFATDS instructors.
  • I conducted NBC chambers for three companies, ensuring the Battalion’s compliance with FORSCOM training and deployment requirements.

Special Forces Group (Airborne)

  • I independently established SOTF-S and took on the role of the MISO planner.
  • I contributed to the training of multiple Tactical Directors in the Information Coordination Center, all of whom achieved perfect scores in their Operational Readiness Evaluations.
  • I supervised two consecutive POIs, providing students with the highest quality training in over two years.
  • My dedication to the mission and the team was unwavering.
  • I maintained a continuous flow of information and equipment to all teams in my area of operation.
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