Training Ncoer Bullet Comment Examples

  • Consistently cultivates a positive work atmosphere that fosters learning.
  • Establishes an environment conducive to both learning and collaboration.
  • Made valuable contributions to the S4 mission by consistently completing assigned tasks with timeliness and precision.
  • Dedicates personal time off to organizing and developing a comprehensive driver’s training packet tracker, ensuring that soldiers can obtain and maintain driver’s licenses with limited personnel.
  • Significantly elevated the BN’s CBRN readiness by training over 400 personnel on critical mask confidence, MOPP proficiency, and Decon tasks.
  • Conducted 40 hours of quarterly CBRN training for active duty Soldiers across USAREUR and volunteered off-duty time to train 7th CSC reserve Soldiers.
  • Safeguarded Soldiers and equipment as a range safety officer for three ranges, overseeing the qualification of more than 200 Soldiers without incident.
  • An excellent source of information for administrative, logistical, and training guidance.
  • Constantly challenges soldiers with thought-provoking current events and military-related inquiries.
  • Possesses an innate ability to develop and empower subordinates, resulting in the promotion of two Soldiers to the rank of Sergeant.
  • Exerted substantial effort into training the S3 shop on all battle staff tasks, leading to a well-trained, organized, and cohesive team ready for garrison operations.
  • Directly responsible for training Soldiers on the wartime mission by identifying perishable METL tasks, thereby enhancing their combat readiness.
  • Coordinated CPR, CLS, and Field Sanitation Courses for BMSO, resulting in the certification of all assigned Soldiers.
  • Mentors and trains unit and BN supply sergeants during CSDP visits, sharing extensive knowledge and experience to improve logistics across the BDE.
  • Demonstrates profound conceptual knowledge of medical training, including surgical and drug protocols, surpassing that of peers.
  • Personally ensures that each of his Soldiers possesses intimate familiarity with the employment, handling, and maintenance of heavy, crew-served weapons.
  • Served as a Company Slingload Inspector, expertly rigging and inspecting twelve non-standard loads in direct support of remote located Task Force FARPs.
  • Trained and rehearsed all Soldiers to be both reactive and proactive in FARP and AHA safety procedures, resulting in flawless execution of all tasks.
  • Instills a deep desire to exert maximum effort in missions and duties, motivating NCOs to undertake challenging missions and achieve success.
  • Cross-trained personnel on protocol duties, enhancing the section’s adaptability to last-minute changes.
  • Incorporates tactical knowledge gained from three prior OEF deployments to prepare Soldiers for their upcoming mission.
  • Completed a 48-hour Force Protection Academy, including hands-on C-IED training, significantly increasing team effectiveness.
  • Successfully completes training with exceptional results.
  • Received a commendable rating during an evaluation of SGT’s Time training by the I Corps IG office.
  • Mission-focused and received the Army Achievement Medal for duty-related tasks.
  • An exceptional hands-on trainer.
  • Developed and initiated the IBP Brigade’s inaugural driver’s training and dispatch program, resulting in over 1,000 qualified personnel.
  • Ensures thorough training of soldiers on CTT.
  • Received a Coin of Excellence from the Brigade Commander for conducting an outstanding Special Forces range in preparation for their upcoming Afghanistan rotation.
  • Ensures soldiers are proficient in all assigned weapons and crew-served weapons.
  • The platoon’s training success was instrumental in earning four out of five training streamers.
  • Shared invaluable knowledge and experience highly valued by junior officers and NCOs alike.
  • Certified 50 personnel down to the Company level throughout the Brigade to operate the EST 2000, resulting in a dramatic improvement in weapons qualifications.
  • An outstanding teacher and coach.
  • Maintained the team’s weapons proficiency through ranges while deployed and personally provided coaching in close-quarters marksmanship.
  • Focused on mission-oriented training.
  • Ensured soldiers and NCOs had a clear understanding of training objectives.
  • Supervised Pre-Marksmanship Instruction utilizing the EST-2000 for the entire Brigade and numerous external units to support weapons qualification.
  • Developed junior NCOs by assigning them additional areas of responsibility.
  • Her skills, knowledge, and experience make her a highly effective leader.
  • Qualified as an expert on assigned weapons.
  • Achieved 1st place overall in the Battalion M4 Shoot-out.
  • Created a company-level NCO Professional Development Program, receiving praise from the Battalion CSM.
  • Volunteered to teach Land Navigation to 120 students at the local high school JROTC class.
  • Trained the crew on tank gunnery skills, HMMWV gunnery, dismounted operations, live-fire shoot house, and air insertion techniques.
  • Leadership resulted in a highly trained and motivated team during CMTC rotation.
  • Trained each squad member to achieve expert qualification with the M16.
  • Trained soldiers to function seamlessly as a cohesive and highly efficient team.
  • Aggressively challenges soldiers to perform at their maximum potential through creative and innovative methods.
  • Ensured soldiers were comprehensively trained and fully prepared for war.
  • Always prepared to deliver exceptional training.
  • Maintained a task-oriented mentality by conducting three weekly MOS-based training sessions for 92Y1P, resulting in a remarkable 73% enhancement in the Company’s supply output and functionality.

Needs Improvement Bullets

  • Successfully aided in the training of two Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) regarding the fundamental responsibilities associated with the Intelligence Watch.
  • Did not actively seek guidance or training when assigned to a role outside of his customary duties.
  • He demonstrated a lack of accountability for his actions when he went Absent Without Leave (AWOL) for a period of 41 days, neglecting his fundamental soldierly knowledge of punctuality, proper uniform, and correct location.
  • Fails to utilize his free time to enhance his understanding of his Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) in order to become a more proficient and exemplary leader.
  • Overcame numerous hurdles in his career progression but requires further training before…
  • Has exhibited substantial progress in qualification and may be prepared for advancement.
  • Displayed dedication and genuine effort to improve, yet restricted by…
  • Adversely impacted our state of readiness by…
  • Failed to capitalize on opportunities for advancement.
  • Attained full qualification in the position and needs to concentrate on…
  • Counseled by the Battalion Command Sergeant Major (CSM) due to having the least qualified platoon in the company.
  • Inadequate planning and management of current training requirements resulted in diminished readiness.
  • His performance fell below average and necessitates immediate retraining.
  • Exhibits indifference towards suggestions for advancement and overlooks numerous opportunities for improvement.
  • Despite encouragement and the endeavors of colleagues, fails to qualify for duty and demonstrates a lack of effort to improve.
  • Does not utilize off-duty time for study or self-improvement, thus hindering progress in qualification.
  • Failed to acquire the necessary skills and attributes to…
  • Despite the best efforts of trainers both on and off-duty, was unsuccessful in…
  • Demonstrated a lack of knowledge in most assigned duties, does not comply with instructions, and poses a threat to the safety of this battery.
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