• Arranged transportation for 23 air movements, 122 ground movements, and 11 equipment transport movements, supporting numerous unscheduled, high-priority missions across eight Areas of Responsibility (AORs) in support of Operation Spartan Shield.
  • Served as the team NCOIC (Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge) during Rail Head Operations, maintaining order and orchestrating the loading and securing of over 110 heavy vehicles.
  • Assisted in the transportation of over 177 pieces of rolling stock across the country, playing a crucial role in the Battalion’s rapid logistic flexibility.
  • Worked tirelessly to prepare the unit for deployment to the ARCENT (U.S. Army Central) AOR in support of Operation Spartan Shield.
  • Led the movement of essential personnel and equipment from Upper Marlboro, MD to Fort Bragg, and then to JRTC (Joint Readiness Training Center).
  • Managed the inventory and loadout of over $500,000 worth of unit equipment.
  • Contributed to the movement of over $1,000,000 worth of brigade equipment with zero losses during deployment to Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) 11-12.
  • Obtained shipping cost estimates to determine the best Course of Action (COA) for transporting equipment from Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD to Fort Campbell, KY, resulting in cost savings of over $50,000 for the Army.
  • Coordinated the movement of 260 equipment items in preparation for deployment, supporting Iraq 10-11, ensuring the unit was fully equipped upon arrival.
  • Attended the Leaders Training Program (LTP) as the sole representative of the Battalion, collaborating with the staff of the Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) in the development of Appendix 3 to the Airborne Operations Order (OPORD).
  • Planned the upload of field and communications equipment in preparation for the unit’s move to Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
  • Assisted sister batteries in preparing their equipment and documentation for convoy operations to and from Nellis AFB and the Vigilant Guard exercise in Colorado.
  • Synchronized the movement of all unit equipment, optimizing the loading schedule and reducing transportation time requirements by 25%.
  • Ensured the success of the Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and Integration (RSOI) of over 2,000 soldiers as the Brigade entered and exited the theater in support of OEF 12-13 combat operations.
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