• Maintained 100% accountability of the commander’s property, improving resource availability and response time.
  • Developed automated solutions that increased precision and accuracy while reducing man-hours required for Equipment On-Hand and Equipment Readiness reporting.
  • Processed over 2,500 unserviceable repairable Class IX items for return to the Army’s supply system, saving over $7,000,000 in return credit.
  • Managed the entire FD budget, accounting for over $900K spent and maintaining flawless bookkeeping and records.
  • Researched and verified supply requirements, keeping the section up-to-date and posturing the unit for successful operations.
  • Forecasted material requirements, acquired needed supplies, and ensured sufficient bench stock and supplies during budget crisis.
  • Demonstrated exceptional MOS competence, managing multiple Property Book Hand Receipts and sub-hand receipt holders for equipment valued at over $20 million.
  • Maintained supply records in accordance with regulations, resulting in complete accountability of supplies and equipment.
  • Inventoried and distributed property valued at $50,000 with zero loss.
  • Executed assigned tasks without supervision, including safe transportation of equipment with zero losses.
  • Provided vital contract oversight information in briefings to key leaders.
  • Collected, consolidated, and analyzed maintenance and readiness data using automated systems, determining specific unit equipment readiness.
  • Resourced 2,550 cases of water for base camps, supplying critical life support to over 20,000 Soldiers.
  • Maintained property book records of military and commercial Class VII equipment worth over $1,000,000, ensuring operational capability.
  • Scheduled and arranged safe transportation of crew-served weapons, sustaining unit readiness.
  • Restructured the Retrograde Inspection Checklist, ensuring 100% compliance.
  • Supervised the turn-in of containers, returning millions of dollars to the Army supply system.
  • Fielded force modification equipment worth $3 million, raising supply readiness level by 37%.
  • Maintained strict accountability of equipment and supplies, reducing waste and boosting unit budgets.
  • Maintained accountability of organizational equipment valued in excess of $5 million during an ITC with zero losses or discrepancies.
  • Arranged billeting, transportation, meals, and supplies to ensure continuous support.
  • Identified and turned in excess property book equipment, reducing the unit’s property footprint.
  • Turned in excess equipment within Maintenance Expenditure Limits (MEL), reducing downtime and maintaining high readiness rate.
  • Submitted transportation support requests for passenger movement.
  • Provided logistic planning expertise on major platforms.
  • Maintained forensic oversight of accountable equipment, avoiding FLIPLs.
  • Coordinated redeployment of personnel and equipment without losses.
  • Prioritized COEI shortages and improved company capabilities by filling shortages.
  • Managed company budget, prioritized COEI shortages, and improved company capabilities by filling shortages.
  • Rebuilt component listing documents in the PBUSE system, improving accuracy in recognizing and filling shortages.
  • Lateral transferred crew-served weapons and ammunition to unit property book without deficiencies.
  • Accounted for 100% of all SSA supply requisitions, earning commendable rating for adherence to CSDP.
  • Implemented a successful Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP), reducing losses of government property.
  • Researched and determined proper disposition of excess material, reclaiming maintenance funds.
  • Processed receipts and order cancellations, ensuring accurate accountability of excess equipment.
  • Analyzed statistical data and created briefings to identify trends, conformance with standards, and operational efficiency.
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