11B40 Platoon Sergeant
As the Platoon Sergeant, you hold the responsibility for the morale, health, and training of a 39-man Rifle Platoon. Your duties encompass the maintenance, accountability, and effective utilization of all platoon-assigned weapons, night observation devices, communications equipment, and individual equipment valued over $500,000. Additionally, you play a crucial role in counseling, disciplining, and developing soldiers and NCOs into competent leaders. Regardless of conditions and personnel changes, you maintain the highest state of combat readiness.
13R4O Target Acquisition Platoon Sergeant
In your role as the Target Acquisition Platoon Sergeant within an M777A2, 155MM towed howitzer battalion in the 10th Mountain Division, you are responsible for the training and conduct of 20 Soldiers. You assist the Battalion and Brigade Counterfire Officers, as well as the Battalion Operations Officer, in considering the tactical and technical aspects of employing the AN/TPQ-50 and AN/TPQ-53 Radar systems valued at over $72,000,000. Moreover, you serve as the liaison Noncommissioned Officer between the brigade and battalion tactical operation centers for all target acquisition assets.
12N Platoon Sergeant
As the Platoon Sergeant for a headquarters platoon comprising 25 Soldiers, your responsibilities include supervising the platoon, planning TOC setup and operations in coordination with senior leadership, and assigning NCOs to organize FOB defense and TOC operations. You are accountable for all aspects of training, including conducting Virtual Battle Assembly. Additionally, you enforce proper accountability of equipment worth $5,000,000.
91X4O Platoon Sergeant
In your role as the Platoon Sergeant for the 5th Platoon in A BTRY 1-158 Field Artillery, you are responsible for the discipline, accountability, and development of seven Soldiers and seven NCOs. You supervise personnel readiness and oversee the maintenance of equipment valued at $60 million. It is your responsibility to enforce technical and tactical training standards to ensure the unit successfully accomplishes its mission. Additionally, you provide advice to the Maintenance Control Officer and S-4 on maintenance and material readiness matters, while also enforcing safety, environmental protection procedures, and security for all maintenance equipment and supplies during mobilization.
As a Platoon Sergeant, your role involves leading 35 Soldiers in an M777A2 howitzer battery that provides direct support to the 1-25th SBCT. You supervise the firing platoon and maintain firing capability while organizing platoon defense. Your responsibilities encompass all aspects of training, ensuring the observance of safe practices, proper ammunition distribution, handling, and storage. Moreover, you enforce proper accountability of equipment worth $10,000,000 and supervise the overall maintenance of nine wheeled vehicles, three M777A2 howitzers, and associated equipment.
In your role, you focus on managing the training, health, and welfare of personnel and their families during deployments. Your responsibilities extend to teaching, coaching, and mentoring junior managers to succeed in management, training, and physical fitness. You provide advice to the First Sergeant on the planning and execution of all training and operational readiness activities. Additionally, you support the Command Sergeant Major in planning and executing operations during deployment. Managing $6 million worth of equipment during deployment operations and in garrison is also part of your duties, while ensuring personnel perform to standard and comply with safety constraints.
Tank Platoon Sergeant
As a Tank Platoon Sergeant in an Armor Company within the First Armor Brigade Combat Team of the First Infantry Division, you serve as a senior advisor for all gunnery-related tasks as the Company Master Gunner. Your responsibilities include the maintenance and accountability of all platoon equipment valued at over 22 million dollars, including four M1A2 SEP V2 tanks. You maintain the highest military standard, enforcing discipline and ensuring the good health, welfare, and morale of eight Soldiers, six NCOs, and their families. Your role involves providing leadership, guidance, and counseling to all personnel, as well as mentorship for your Platoon Leader. Additionally, you act as the First Sergeant in their absence, assuming overall responsibilities and ensuring the smooth operation of the platoon.
In your position as the principal advisor to the First Sergeant and Commander, you bear the responsibility for the health and welfare of 11 NCOs, 12 Soldiers, and 8 DA civilians. Your role encompasses maintaining discipline, accountability, and development of personnel, while ensuring compliance with standard operating procedures, inspections, and physical fitness standards. You provide training, supervision, and perform duties as a parachute rigger of life support equipment for the U.S. Army Airborne School, Jumpmaster, Pathfinder School, Ranger Training Brigade (RTB), and Warrior Training Center (WTC).
Platoon Sergeant 92W40
As a Platoon Sergeant in a Brigade Support Battalion, Alpha Company, 126th BSB, 79th Troop Command, you have the responsibility for the discipline, accountability, and development of 17 Soldiers and 5 NCOs. You supervise personnel readiness, maintenance, and utilization of various equipment, including fuel trucks, load handling systems (LHS), tank and pump units (TPU), light water purification systems (LWPS), tactical water purification systems (TWPS), and HIPPOs with trailers. The value of the equipment under your supervision exceeds $12,000,000. Moreover, you enforce technical and tactical training standards to ensure the successful accomplishment of the unit’s mission.
CBRN Recon Platoon Sergeant
As the CBRN Reconnaissance Platoon Sergeant OIC in a headquarters company, you are responsible for the accountability, welfare, physical fitness, administrative actions, and counseling of five Soldiers. Your leadership includes providing mentorship and training to all members of the platoon. You maintain the maintenance, serviceability, and accountability of equipment valued at over $600,000. Additionally, you assist and advise the Platoon Leader in all platoon matters, including training plans, and reinforce the First Sergeant in all aspects of their responsibilities. Your dedication ensures the combat readiness of the platoon.
Platoon Sergeant, Main Command Post (MCP) 25W4O
In your role as the Main Command Post (MCP) Platoon Sergeant in a Corps level Signal Company supporting a three-star Command Headquarters, you are responsible for the health, welfare, training, readiness, and professional development of 14 Soldiers and four Noncommissioned Officers (NCOs). Your duties include supervising the training, installation, operation, and maintenance of two Joint Network Node (JNN) systems, which consist of an AN/TTC-59 shelter, two High Capacity Line of Sight (HCLOS) shelters, two Satellite Transportable Terminals (STT), 10 support vehicles, various support equipment, and six generators valued at over $15 million.
Platoon Sergeant for Maintenance 91X40
As the Platoon Sergeant for the 2nd Maintenance Platoon in the 231st BSB B. Co., your responsibilities involve planning, supervising, and directing unit maintenance for all organic equipment. You provide advice to the staff and commander on matters of maintenance and material readiness. Additionally, you enforce safety and environmental protection procedures, as well as security measures for all maintenance equipment and supplies during training, especially power tools and petroleum oils and lubrications. Furthermore, you ensure compliance with environmental protection program requirements, including spill prevention and contingency plans, through consultation with HG Execution or Environmental Officer. Administrative duties are also part of your role.
As the Platoon Sergeant for a 45-man Stryker-equipped Infantry platoon, your responsibilities include the training and tactical employment of the platoon in full spectrum operations, with a focus on MOUT (Military Operations in Urban Terrain), limited visibility, and precision operations. You bear the responsibility for the combat readiness, physical fitness, health, welfare, morale, conduct, and force protection of the platoon and their families. Additionally, you are accountable for the maintenance and accountability of equipment valued at over $8 million.
As a Platoon Sergeant in a Forward Support Company (Distribution) within the 1-6th Infantry Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 1st Armor Division, your role encompasses the discipline, accountability, and development of 36 Soldiers and 17 NCOs. You oversee personnel readiness, maintenance, and utilization of 12 Fuel trucks, five Load Handling Systems (LHS), four Palletize Load Systems (PLS), three Light Medium Tactical Vehicles (LMTV), one Tank and Pump Unit (TPU), as well as weapons and additional equipment valued at over $16,000,000. You also enforce technical and tactical training standards to ensure successful mission accomplishment.
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As the Company Master Gunner in a rapid deployable combined arms battalion within the 1st Cavalry Division, your responsibilities include the technical gunnery training of 14 M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle crews. You coordinate, schedule, and manage weapon qualification training, as well as all associated ranges and munitions. Inspecting and troubleshooting the BFV turret fire control system and maintenance procedures are part of your duties. Additionally, you assist in managing the Company crew rosters and serve as an advisor to the Company Commander regarding all gunnery-related events.
Military Police Platoon Sergeant
In your role as a Military Police Platoon Sergeant, you lead Military Police Platoons, large detachments, and sections. You supervise and perform duties as a Provost Sergeant and MP Operations NCO, including preparing circulation or traffic control plans and operations orders for both battlefield and installation law and order operations, as well as security of resources and installations. With the responsibility for 42 Soldiers, you are accountable for equipment valued at 1.5 million dollars.
As a Platoon Sergeant in an M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle Equipped Mechanized Infantry Battalion, your primary responsibilities involve the health, welfare, counseling, and training of 32 Soldiers and the professional development of six Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs). You ensure the maintenance and accountability of two M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicles, sensitive items, and MTOE (Modified Table of Organization and Equipment) equipment valued at over 10 million dollars. Your leadership and guidance contribute to the overall combat readiness of the platoon.
Headquarters Platoon Sergeant
In your role as the Headquarters Platoon Sergeant in a non-divisional direct support maintenance company deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, you are responsible for the accountability, welfare, physical fitness, administrative actions, and counselings of 52 Soldiers. You provide leadership, mentorship, and training to all Soldiers in the platoon. Additionally, you are accountable for the maintenance, serviceability, and accountability of equipment valued at over 2,500,000 dollars. You assist and advise the Platoon Leader in all platoon matters, including training plans, and support the First Sergeant in various aspects of their responsibilities. Your dedication ensures the platoon’s combat readiness in support of OEF.
Medical Platoon Sergeant for an Armored Cavalry Squadron
As the Medical Platoon Sergeant for an Armored Cavalry Squadron, your responsibilities encompass the training, discipline, safety, morale, and welfare of 30 Soldiers and the professional development of six NCOs. You play a crucial role in the medical sustainment of combat operations and providing healthcare to over 800 Soldiers. Additionally, you are responsible for maintaining accountability and serviceability of equipment and class VIII supplies valued at over 1,000,000 dollars, which includes eight M113 ambulances, two M577s, one M1097, and one M1078. You provide instructions in all common and medical skills, ensuring strict adherence to safety during training. Your efforts contribute to the overall well-being and readiness of the unit.