• Forecasted and briefed weather conditions impacting U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR), enabling sustained operations during the most unpredictable weather patterns encountered in 30 years.
  • Coordinated with and provided accurate and timely weather data to units outside USAREUR, ensuring effective operational planning and execution.
  • Provided precision weather reports to the Commanding General and the G2, facilitating safe and structured military operations for over 6,000 joint personnel.
  • Assisted the MET Forecaster for HQ RC(S) (Regional Command South), resulting in a 200% increase in weather notification and improved operational coordination.
  • Managed the creation of over 5,000 weather products in support of 1,500 Army missions across two nations, delivering the best weather support in over 5 years.
  • Enabled 20,000 flight hours across rotary, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance assets, leading to the destruction of 11 vehicles and 32 enemy combatants killed in action.
  • Supported 38 unit training rotations into the Joint Readiness Training Center, facilitating over a thousand red air sorties and providing effective training for over 100,000 soldiers.
  • Accurately forecasted and briefed weather conditions impacting Regional Command South, resulting in the prevention of exercise false starts and saving over $1,000,000 in unnecessary expenses.
  • Liaised with units outside RC(S) to ensure accurate and timely weather data, optimizing training opportunities and enhancing operational effectiveness.
  • Capitalized on civilian partner technology, improving forecast accuracy by 25% and extending the range of forecasts by 200 miles and 24 hours.
  • Oversaw weather operations for the 3/10 Brigade Combat Team, the Joint Readiness Training Center, and Fort Polk, ensuring accurate and reliable weather support for training and operations.
  • Maximized joint training opportunities and reduced fiscal costs, resulting in savings of over $20,000 on the annual weather budget for the Air Force and the Army.
  • Established standardized procedures for weather support in both garrison and training operations, consolidating 3/10 BCT support documentation and improving efficiency.
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