• Demonstrated technical proficiency and in-depth knowledge of ammunition handling procedures, policies, and safety practices, maintaining crucial safety standards.
  • Developed and implemented a Soldier SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) checklist for Stryker Crews to follow before and after platoon movements, ensuring efficient and organized operations.
  • Served as a subject matter expert on the M240B qualification standards, guaranteeing that qualification tables were conducted quickly, safely, and efficiently.
  • Filled the NCO shortage in the platoon, assuming the responsibilities of Squad Leader and Vehicle Commander.
  • Carried out Vehicle Commander duties with exceptional professionalism and competence, serving as an exemplary role model for peers.
  • Demonstrated attention to detail during ranges and while assisting in ammo handling, seamlessly integrating with ongoing operations.
  • Navigated the vehicle skillfully through challenging terrain, employing skilled actions to prevent accidents and protect the safety of crew members and dismounts.
  • Safely escorted over 2 million gallons of fuel over a distance of 20,000 miles.
  • Acted as a seasoned soldier, consistently showcasing proficiency, knowledge, leadership potential, initiative, and meticulous attention to detail.
  • Conducted ammunition operations for the M4 rifle and M240 Bravo heavy machine gun ranges conducted by 3rd Platoon in support of Operation Spartan Shield.
  • Ensured the safe and efficient training of 19 soldiers in firing multiple weapon systems.
  • Assisted the Platoon Sergeant by monitoring communications and accurately tracking battle information.
  • Served as a Team Leader and Vehicle Commander for 3rd Platoon, Comanche Troop, 1/2 CR (1st Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment).
  • Devoted efforts to the professional development, safety, morale, welfare, and readiness of two soldiers and one Stryker Infantry Carrier Variant.
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