Values Ncoer Bullets

  • Discouraged subordinates from following the example of corrupt leaders; preserved VA disability benefits for those who genuinely need them.
  • Displays unmatched loyalty; a dedicated and caring leader.
  • Demonstrates strong character, pride, and professionalism.
  • Earns respect through honesty and integrity.
  • Fully committed to the Army’s values; sets the standard for peers and subordinates alike.
  • Embodies selfless service; never allows failure, regardless of the challenges, to ensure mission success.
  • Exhibits impeccable character and moral presence through volunteerism, outreach, and mentorship, positively impacting soldiers and the community.
  • Willingly takes on additional duties, knowing it requires sacrificing personal time.
  • Supports the Army’s Equal Opportunity Program and consistently ensures fair treatment of soldiers under their supervision.
  • Results-oriented performer who accomplishes all missions professionally and efficiently.
  • Epitomizes what every NCO should be: aggressive, intelligent, and professional.
  • Completely dedicated to the unit, mission, and soldiers; a credit to the NCO Corps.
  • Works tirelessly to fulfill mission requirements.
  • Prioritizes the needs of their paratroopers above their own; dedicated to the concept of teamwork.
  • Forward-thinking NCO focused on mission accomplishment.
  • Top performer known for integrity, initiative, and holding others to the same standard.
  • Made an exceptional contribution of over 26.5 man-hours, raising funds for various charities through 5k races and community events.
  • Unmatched drive to accomplish the unit’s mission.
  • Demonstrates total dedication and commitment to mission accomplishment.
  • Executes all assigned missions effectively, regardless of difficulty.
  • Strong in character and pride; a great asset to the NCO Corps.
  • Works relentlessly to accomplish the mission.
  • A person of true integrity, living the morals and values they teach to others.
  • Instills a sense of pride within their section.
  • A soldier first, proud to serve and resolute in their duty.
  • Can be relied upon to successfully complete all assignments.
  • Has unwavering faith in their chain of command and Army values.
  • Maintains a well-groomed appearance as a senior NCO.
  • Reenlisted to stay with their unit until the mission was finished.
  • Exhibits a high level of esprit de corps that carries over to their section.
  • Highly motivated Noncommissioned Officer.
  • Takes initiative and makes things happen.
  • Works until the mission is completed.
  • Demonstrates superior performance of duty.
  • Can be depended upon to perform under the most extreme circumstances.
  • Holds the highest standards of conduct both on and off duty.
  • Consistently exhibits the highest standards of loyalty, integrity, and personal behavior.
  • Places the Army, mission, and subordinates above personal interests.
  • Extremely honest and trustworthy.
  • Works efficiently and effectively with superiors and selflessly commits to the unit’s mission.
  • Reenlisted to stay with their unit until the mission was finished.
  • A team player who takes great pride in the unit.
  • Loyal, dedicated, and dependable NCO.
  • Demonstrates a consistently professional attitude and is an asset to any unit.
  • Works until the job is accomplished.
  • Achieves results regardless of the mission or tasks.
  • Instills a spirit of teamwork in their soldiers.
  • Possesses unquestioned integrity and exemplary personal conduct both on and off duty.
  • Puts the Army first.
  • Takes great pride in supporting soldiers.
  • Loyal to supervisors and peers.
  • Exceptionally reliable and trustworthy when given an assignment.
  • Works harmoniously and effectively with others.

Needs Improvement

  • Understood his role as a senior leader but failed to contribute to the mission.
  • Fails to keep track of the soldiers under his supervision; unable to support last-minute taskings.
  • Sometimes requires supervision on how to communicate effectively with soldiers.
  • Demonstrated poor judgment without considering the consequences.
  • Hid serious shortcomings until it was too late to correct them.
  • Avoids complying with orders, regularly displays disrespect towards NCOs, and requires constant supervision.
  • Is a motivated troop but needs further guidance in…
  • Has unlimited potential but requires more experience before…
  • Must realize the importance of finishing assigned tasks without supervision.
  • Failed to use time wisely and consistently failed to complete duty assignments.
  • Frequent unwillingness to cooperate in working towards unit goals affected readiness.
  • Failed to fulfill his leadership’s intent for positive and appropriate EO (Equal Opportunity) practices.
  • Needs to be consistent with leadership style and maintain formality when in the presence of soldiers.
  • An excellent technician but needs to work on tact and communication skills.
  • Has good potential but requires more experience applying daily soldier leadership skills.
  • A good soldier, but fails to improve himself by applying sound personal management skills.
  • Demonstrated a serious lack of integrity and poor judgment without considering the consequences.
  • Compromised integrity by submitting altered documents, setting a poor example for subordinates.
  • Encouraged soldiers to advance by cheating for each other, setting a poor example.
  • Do not send to ALC (Advanced Leaders Course).
  • Do not assign to positions of greater responsibility.
  • Rater directed relief.
  • Soldier refused to sign.
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