00F20/Range Operations NCO

  • Praised by the Command Sergeant Major (CSM) for efficient operations, including scheduling, ammunition pick-up, and range safety.
  • Ensured compliance with all safety and range regulations at the range facility.
  • Served as the Noncommissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) for the Battalion 9mm Range, achieving a 100% qualification rate over a two-year period.
  • Conducted common task training classes for all 140 members of the mobilized 339th Military Police Company.
  • Arranged transportation of over 40,000 rounds of ammunition to and from the range between July and December 2014.
  • Maintained operational readiness of all 333 target systems, supporting the training of 32 units and over 30,000 Soldiers.
  • Identified an uncleared loaded weapon behind the firing line, preventing potential injuries or fatalities.
  • Served as Range NCOIC for one M249 Range and two M4 Ranges, successfully qualifying and training 44 Soldiers on weapon systems.
  • Prepared five NCOs to instruct company-level training on Range Cards, M240, and M4, increasing training capacity and preparing 49 Soldiers and NCOs for Battalion validation exercise.
  • Maintained 100% accountability for over $35,000 worth of CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear) equipment with no losses.
  • Qualified 120 Soldiers within the 100th Chemical Regiment.
  • Coordinated and reserved over a dozen ranges for weapons qualification during both Warfighter Exercises (WTXs) and semiannual training.

00G20/Asst Processing NCO

  • Inprocessed over 100 PSYOP (Psychological Operations) and Civil Affairs students and staff.
  • Developed and implemented new procedures to streamline administrative inprocessing for future ARPRINT (Army Print) missions.
  • Provided transportation for over 200 103d ESC Soldiers to and from the South Fort Hood training site, Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP), medical appointments, and various validation training requirements.
  • Assisted new incoming Soldiers by welcoming them and guiding them through the proper in-processing procedures.
  • Developed and conducted in-processing briefings for newly arrived soldiers.
  • Oversaw daily operations by processing clients, scheduling events, and performing maintenance checks on the facility.

00G4O/Observer Controller/Trainer (OC/T)

  • Developed a realistic Complex Attack scenario for an IED (Improvised Explosive Device) event, incorporating coordinated tactics.
  • Coordinated operation orders, vehicles, ammunition, radio communications, training scenarios, and After Action Reviews (AARs) for Situational Training Exercises (STX).
  • Delivered tough and realistic training that surpassed other Observer Controller/Trainers (OC/Ts) during the Warfighter Exercise (WAREX).

00F3X/RSP Instructor

  • Devoted hundreds of hours to ensure all RSP (Recruit Sustainment Program) Soldiers received the required guidance, maintaining a 99% Ship Rate.
  • Served as RSP GED (General Educational Development) Cadre, assisting 10 soldiers who would have been disqualified due to lack of education.
  • Achieved a 100% educational gain in the GED class, with all class members passing their GED test for the first time in two and a half years.
  • Instilled the discipline needed for Soldiers to advance in their military careers.


  • Assisted 25 team members during her off-time to complete their Defense Travel System (DTS) tasks.
  • Served as the Unit Prevention Leader (UPL) for Charlie Team, maintaining 100% contact and no incidents.
  • Utilized personal time to train and become a successful instructor.
  • Volunteered over 40 hours of his own time to assist the Supply Sergeant in ensuring uniforms were ordered and distributed.
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