• Completed over 60 Theatre Property Equipment (TPE) lateral transfer directives prior to drawdown and the movement of two Battalions to support the enhanced Combat Aviation Brigade (eCAB).
  • Kept all vehicles operational, with no support from Fort McCoy, using only the parts that could be carried in their contact truck; met all mission requirements.
  • Responded to 12 vehicle breakdowns during Annual Training and repaired and restored all of them on-site, including one engine replacement and one transmission replacement.
  • Moved the unit to the National Training Center and back to Fort Riley with no loss of government equipment.
  • Provided higher headquarters with detailed weekly reports on the status and disposition of every item of equipment assigned to the TASMG Motor Pool.
  • Won the 3rd Infantry Division AAME for the unit.
  • Facilitated 38 scheduled services in only 11 days in preparation for duty, a company record.
  • Assisted with the turn-in of 15 tons of unallocated equipment during the Divisional Marne Sweep.
  • Executed motor pool operations for multiple units, kept all assigned assets operational and ready.
  • Instituted a training program that utilized FSRs to train Soldiers within the Battalion M-ATVs, MAXXPROs, CREW, BFT, and SAMS-1E systems.
  • Prepared for any eventuality; foresight enabled the unit to log 100 missions and 190,000 miles during the first quarter of deployment.
  • Submitted and tracked all Transportation Movement Requests (TMR) for two battalion movements from Camp Taji in support of Operation Wildcat.
  • Drafted and submitted a research analysis to TACOM on discrepancies in MRAP technical manuals and logistical stock number errors within the class IX system.
  • Demonstrated expert management skills and technical superiority by seamlessly training Equipment and Repair Parts Specialists along with supervising Field Maintenance mechanics.
  • Rewrote and published the 39th IBCT transportation SOP, which was adopted at the state level and all MACOMs.
  • Decreased OPORD deficiencies by 40% and revised the OPORD production process; cleared a backlog of 20 past due OPORDs.
  • Ensured efficient and economic use of supplies and materials; conserved shop resources.
  • Ensured maintenance personnel turned in equipment for recalibration and salvaged parts from similar equipment that was beyond repair; reduced costs and conserved resources.
  • Processed over 300 OPORDs and oversaw the execution of over 150 missions.
  • Managed the logistical setup of operations, including the Field Ordering Officer (FOO) and Army Direct Ordering (ADO) operations.
  • Performed as support maintenance machine shop supervisor and supervised recovery operations on tracked vehicles, wheeled vehicles, and related activities.
  • Served as the S-4 Maintenance Management NCO in a highly deployable Area Support Group, providing all aspects of maintenance and logistical support for four Battalions and nine companies.
  • Provided support for the entire Supply and Services branch, freed the S&S branch to support the build-up of the CJOA-A, multiplied mission capability of JSC-A.
  • Single-handedly produced a nonexistent shop stock supply listing for M-ATV and MAXXPRO parts, decreasing NMC time to less than a 24-hour time period.
  • Interfaced with Local Nationals (LN) and Foreign Nationals (FN) and ensured all missions consistently met SP times.
  • Developed a new Standard Operating Procedure, resulting in a more efficient OPORD production.
  • Maintained battle readiness for over 100 up-armored vehicles for the quick reactionary force.
  • In the absence of an established FOB fuel program, initiated a retail fuel package that pumped over 60,000 gallons of JP8 to Shindand customers and transient units.
  • Managed class IX expenditures of $1 million per quarter of critical parts for newly fielded MRAPs; maintained strict accountability of turn-ins under exchange pricing.
  • Executed motor pool operations for multiple units, successfully completing 190 work orders and meeting all taskings.
  • Created an efficient, professional, and dynamic shop environment that Soldiers were proud of; sustained operations during OEF 10-11 for two units and five FSRs.
  • Supervised the completion of over 300 work orders while maintaining an overall 98% Operational Readiness Rate on over 500 pieces of equipment.
  • Approved necessary diversions, reconsignment, or transfer of freight and material in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Served as the Battalion S4 for three months while deployed; accomplished the closeout of all Class I, II, IX accounts, and the turn-in of the facilities in Kuwait.
  • Handled the complex task of serving as both the Motor Sergeant and Maintenance Control Sergeant on multiple occasions.
  • Kept all 11 HMMWVs, 6 ASVs, 6 LMTVs, and 1 HEMTT wrecker mission-capable despite the lowest maintenance budget in 20 years.
  • Met and exceeded responsibility to ensure the unit won the AAME award.
  • Ensured the effectiveness and success of numerous unit missions, including WAREX, mobilization, and Staff EX at Ft Dix.
  • Supervised the only Shindand fuel team to conduct refuel operations outside the wire; kept Special Forces units in the fight.
  • Conducted hands-on training for rail and air operations at the Ft Dix mobilization platform, reducing transfer delays.
  • Dispatched contact teams to repair multiple vehicles on a daily basis; successfully recovered 188 mission-essential vehicles.
  • Demonstrated expert management skills and technical superiority, which afforded the CSH to achieve the highest level of mission readiness.
  • Supervised the accountability, tracking, deconflicting of movements, tracking of containers, and equipment transported by Host Nation trucks.
  • Revitalized the section by training and dedicating a junior Soldier to track and maintain critical equipment for Gun Trucks and line haul assets; reduced delays for parts by 75%.
  • Oversaw daily production control and all logistical operations in the TASMG Motor Pool in addition to her normal duties.
  • Supervised sustained maintenance on tracked and wheeled vehicles, construction equipment, and special-purpose equipment.
  • Outstanding effort as vehicle control NCO; received an outstanding rating on no-notice inspections by the base vehicle officer for the third consecutive time.
  • Coached operational teams to ensure the success of missions leaving from the Iraqi Truck Company Yard to various Forward Operating Bases (FOB) throughout Iraq.
  • Reduced turn-around time for shipments to less than 48 hours.
  • Ran motor pool operations and maintenance for multiple units and maintained the AMSS reporting to above 90%.
  • Tracked and verified over 100 convoys for the 39th IBCT; unsurpassed 97% accuracy.
  • Redeployed the battalion twice, coordinating the unit’s reset program consisting of twenty-two AH64-D Apache Attack Helicopters, prime movers, and all air and ground support equipment.
  • Excelled with 97% and above on COMET inspections; FSC unit readiness for vehicles and equipment is 99%.
  • Trained Soldiers and NCOs to build a sustained and successful scheduled maintenance program.
  • Developed and implemented cross-training between the S1 and S4 sections.
  • Identified, proposed, and initiated required changes to the traffic management system to maintain cost-effectiveness.
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