• Directly responsible for the rating of satisfactory overall for the Training portion of the S3 Staff Section.
  • Facilitated the submission and approval of soldiers for career advancement training, including professional military schools and other courses.
  • Go-to resident expert when faced with short suspenses; develops programs that meet or exceed requirements quickly.
  • Fearless; assumed responsibilities as Training NCO in addition to regular duties.
  • Attention to detail and close interaction with unit representatives and higher echelons contributed to the success of the mission.
  • Developed a detailed tracking system that improved the company’s ability to forecast and support training exercises.
  • Enrolled 48 soldiers into WLC, ALC, or SLC, and enrolled an additional 55 soldiers into other CATC courses.
  • As Assistant Training NCO, expertly maintained reports for Company Training Meetings, Battalion Training Meetings, and the Digital Training Management System.
  • Managed all ATTRS training requirements for individual and collective training, eliminated redundant requirements, and increased focus on core tasks.
  • Managed all training requirements Group-wide, ensuring individuals planned, scheduled, and accomplished training appropriate for their individual training needs, as well as leadership training.
  • Devoted weeks towards the development and modification of the FRAGO to the Group Commander’s Annual Training Guidance.
  • Coordinated all 38B instruction, including classroom and FTX.
  • Increased the mission readiness and capability of Charlie Company for the upcoming deployment.
  • Accepted duties as the Readiness and Supply NCOs despite receiving no formal training.
  • Worked tirelessly for Bravo Company while assigned to Charlie Company and completed Level One Combatives.
  • Developed a meticulous and detailed tracking system that improved the company’s ability to forecast and prepare for training exercises.
  • Implemented a tracking system for Training & Readiness Manual events and Combat Readiness Percentage (CRP).
  • Adopted a weekly training schedule system that kept the Company Commander and Bn S-3 abreast of the Company’s training.
  • Primary factor in the unit meeting the Army standard on the Army Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills.
  • Provided valuable insight and resources to ensure all training schedules were adhered to.
  • Effectively revived a crippled training program and created an environment for success.
  • Trained all headquarters staff personnel on AWT drills.
  • Tracked training of over 700 soldiers during a 30-month period with no loss.
  • Assisted in the planning and execution of all schools, weapon ranges, and pre-deployment training requirements for four subordinate units.
  • Superb organization skills facilitated the restoration of a crippled training program and created an environment for success.
  • Implemented the Organization Inspection Program, resulting in greater program awareness within the organization.
  • Ensured all training for deploying personnel was to standard and in accordance with regulation.
  • Reviewed and updated PT cards and weapon qualification cards for a 110-man company and updated 20 additional duty memorandums.
  • Coordinated all student travel issues and prepared proper documentation to ASA Fort Dix authorities for student departure.
  • Processed over 1,200 applications for schools, from Initial Entry Training to Senior Service College.
  • Secured many schools required for deployment that are not normally available by working closely with the National Guard Bureau.
  • Developed, implemented, and actively managed short-range planning calendars for the Battalion, providing improved visibility of operational and strategic goals and raising operational readiness rate to 98% for Operations Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn.
  • Used extensive organizational skills to assist in the successful transition of Regional Training Center-Central’s Company reorganization.
  • Guided the efficient consolidation of three training companies while simultaneously providing guidance and constant communication to 24 warrior units.
  • Volunteered to assist in organizing Regional Training Center-Central’s Dining Out, improving morale and developing esprit de corps within the battalion.
  • Untiring efforts and dedication to duty had a direct impact on the Fort Dix NCOA’s 91% TRADOC Accreditation rating.
  • Administered 33 Protective Assessment Tests to Eucom’s rapid deployment teams within 96 hours, delivering critical and accurate assessments.
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