• Provided technical guidance to subordinates engaged in field and sustainment maintenance on 50 equipment items.
  • Established maintenance priorities and work schedules, ensuring a balanced distribution of expertise and experience across all shifts.
  • Supervised work flow and monitored repair procedures and reliability, identifying and addressing training deficiencies.
  • Oversaw the work of 17 soldiers and 3 NCOs during shop operations, support maintenance job orders, and safety protocols.
  • Successfully balanced professional development training with the shop workload, ensuring all soldiers remained competitive.
  • Evaluated the serviceability and disposition of defective assemblies and subassemblies, resulting in a 40% reduction in unnecessary parts orders.
  • Maintained accountability of and preserved MTOE property valued at over $500,000.
  • Managed three different sections of maintenance, including service, 3rd shop support, and recovery.
  • Oversee the completion of over 260 services and handle recovery operations for both military and TMP vehicles.
  • Filled in as Shop Foreman for eight months, maintaining over 300 equipment items and achieving a 98% readiness rate for the Battalion.
  • Ensured service parts were properly ordered, stored, and efficiently distributed.
  • Maintained detailed records of parts ordered, identifying trends that indicated maintenance training problems.
  • Successfully established and operated mobile facilities in combat and training environments.
  • Managed maintenance, service, shop support, and recovery sections, effectively taking on the responsibilities of three NCOICs.
  • Prioritized DS/GS work orders, resulting in a 50% reduction in maintenance delays for mission-essential equipment.
  • Provided recovery support for four companies, overseeing the maintenance of over 200 wheeled vehicles, trailers, and power generation equipment.
  • Tracked scheduled and unscheduled services, as well as the installation and rate of use of repair parts.
  • Organized the Forward Repair System (FRS) and expanded projected maintenance capabilities.
  • Emphasized shop safety and the mandatory use of technical manuals (TMs).
  • Ensured the training, readiness, and professional development of five NCOs and 16 Soldiers.
  • Trained and qualified eight mechanics in shop operations and preventive maintenance.
  • Served as the point of contact and liaison for a field contact team providing 24-hour service during the CSTX.
  • Restored the 24-hour operation of the D.R.A.S.H. power units, the top maintenance priority in support of the DCP, using local parts and maintenance.
  • Prepared the maintenance platoon for annual training.
  • Took immediate action and provided direction upon receiving movement orders.
  • Successfully deployed mechanics and equipment to support the mission.
  • Assumed the next level of responsibility for maintenance support during all stages of annual training.
  • Enabled the use of all equipment for the full extent of training for three companies.
  • Managed 14 Soldiers at two training sites.
  • Maintained the wheeled and tracked assets of three companies.
  • Ensured accountability of assigned vehicles and equipment valued in excess of $2 million dollars.
  • Supervised the maintenance and repair of 28 wheeled vehicles and 1 tracked vehicle.
  • Provided round-the-clock service for the battalion’s fleet of vehicles, keeping them fully mission capable.
  • Provided scheduled and unscheduled field-level maintenance and logistical support for 44 Stryker Combat Vehicles and 19 HMMWVs.
  • Played a vital role in HHT/RTS/278 vehicle and equipment readiness during Annual Training at Camp Shelby.
  • Supervised and assisted in over 20 critical annual and semi-annual services on equipment.
  • Sustained a readiness rating of over 90% throughout Annual Training and beyond.
  • Provided Direct Support Maintenance of small arms, fire control, and artillery equipment for three Infantry Battalions and one Cavalry Squadron.
  • Responsible for the serviceability and accountability of four shop sets, four electronic shelters, and two generators valued in excess of $120,000.
  • Supervised and trained soldiers on the repair and modification of data devices, single-channel radios, night vision sights, and other special electronic devices.
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