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MOS 15 AVIATION



15A Aircraft Life Support System Repairer

o assisted the Battalion Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE) NCO with preparation the deployment to Iraq

o ensured the delivery of crucial life support equipment improvements needed for the war fighter’s continued success in the Global War on Terrorism

o her selfless service and dedication was instrumental in the Battalion's successful preparation for deployment

o he was solely responsible for both the Aircraft Life Support program and the modified refueling and egress safety certification for the Bn

o trained 75 Soldiers in basic Life Support Equipment use and readiness



15B Aircraft Powerplant Repairer

o his knowledge and experience with helicopter engine maintenance was vital to the success of C Co 1204th ASB

o ensured deadlines were met ahead of schedule and was key to the accomplishment of the GSAB mission in Operation New Dawn and Kuwait support

o ensured mission success by meticulous and diligent attention to detail required for the Downed Aircraft Recovery Team (DART)



15D Aircraft Powertrain Repairer

o demonstrated leadership by, in addition to maintaining his assigned aircraft, accepting responsibility for supervising an Army Reserve team assigned to perform maintenance

o his detailed and carefully documented maintenance directly contributed to the combat readiness of all 7 UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters supporting Kosovo theater operations

o created and managed the powertrain benchstock, which consists of primary, secondary and DART kit for AH-64's, UH-60's and CH-47's


Powertrain Mechanic

o lacks motivation to improve in his MOS Skills (Needs Improvement)


15F Aircraft Electrician



15G Aircraft Structural Repairer

15H Aircraft Pneudraulics Repairer

Pneudraulics Repair Supervisor

o accountable for the maintenance of three aircraft ground power units, five hydraulic purifiers, and special tools valued at $1,279,383 with no loss

Aircraft Pneudraulics Repair Specialist

o manufactured bypass lines to establish an extreme hydraulic flush of the CH-47 aircraft preventing further damage to the hydraulic system due to hydraulic pump failure--prevented over $40K in damages

o instructed maintenance personnel in the removal and flushing of the components and the rebuild of the hydraulic system components while maintaining two CH-47s--agile mission support


15J OH-58D Armament/Electrical/Avionics Systems Repairer

OH-58D Armament/Electrical/Avionics Systems Repairer

o his training produced competent, tough and aggressive Soldiers on the Squadrons 24 OH-58D(R) Kiowa Warriors

o accomplished any task given him to the fullest and with the greatest of ease

o possessed a genuine example of military bearing with confidence and straightforwardness

o set the example by leading from the front and never settled for just enough from anyone


OH-58D Weapons Specialist

o maintained 100% accountabiliy on all tools and equipment

o assumed responsibility for aerial gunnery pad, trained Soldiers of equal and higher rank

o qualified expert with assigned weapon and scored first time GOs on all common Soldier training tasks

o performed over 1400 accident-free hours of aircraft armament maintenance and over 4000 integrated combat loads on squadron aircraft

o served as Section Sergeant in his absense, preserved ops tempo while maintaining 100% operational readiness of assigned aircraft


15K Aircraft Components Repair Supervisor

15M UH-1 Helicopter Repairer

15N Avionics Mechanic


Avionics Mechanic

POSSESSES THE LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL TO MENTOR AND LEAD YOUNGER SOLDIERS BY EXAMPLE



15P Aviation Operations Specialist

ASST AVIATION OPS SGT

o greatly contributed to the BN level 15P Aviation's Operations Specialist Training Program; assisting in the writing and publication of the training program SOP



15Q Air Traffic Control Operator

15R AH-64 Attack Helicopter Repairer

AH-64 Attack Helicopter Repairer

o superior MOS competence by QC section directly supported 103 AH-64D maintainers to complete 6,600 work orders and 210,833 man-hours of skilled labor

o exhibited resourcefulness and motivation as a junior 15Y AH-64D Longbow Apache Repairman

o maintained 11 aircraft during the 1-101 and 10th Mountain turn over, with only 4 maintenance personnel, 1 QC and 3 Armament troops

o inventoried, organized, and cataloged benchstock, on his own initiative, after Outlaw troop received a new trycon container

o enthusiastic in the execution of assigned tasks and strove to increase experience on a complex airframe

o outstanding knowledge, experience and skills in aircraft repair contributed to the success of the pre-deployment training during Mission Readiness Exercise at Fort Hood and throughout the deployment

o key to the successful preparation and execution of a real-time Downed Aircraft Recovery Team operation

o assisted radio tower control operator in oversight of AH-64 Longbow safe landing on the Forward Arming and Refueling Point

o prevented maintenance delays by diligent management of the powertrain benchstock of primary, secondary and DART kits for AH-64, UH-60 and CH-47s

o exceeded standards during thirty 250-hour phase inspections and ten 500-hour phase inspctions on the aircraft

o technical expertise and knowledge is invaluable to the team

o qualified 11 crew chiefs on the M240H on tables 1-4, 6-8 and 10 during the company's day and NVG aerial gunnery range during PTA deployment

o ensured all of his area of responsibility was up to standard, set the example for his peers

o reassembled 14 AH-64D helicopters in less than a week with minimum manning and delivered 100% defence readiness

o selected from among peers to serve as primary Production Control and Quality Control NCO at a remote site in Western Iraq

o maintained meticulous records of all maintenance in the absence of a Production Control NCO resulting in six successful emergency medical evacuation missions

o performed over 400 hours of scheduled and unscheduled aircraft maintenance including two servo cylinder replacements and three complete engine riggings


15S OH-58D/ARH Helicopter Repairer


Crew Chief

o maintained the maintenace of the Squadron's assigned 13 gunnery aircraft; flying over 720 hours in three weeks

o upheld the highest standards of professionalism and work ethic enabling the Squadron to accomplish multiple missions to Pohakuloa Training Area, HI and National Training Center, Ft. Irwin, CA.

o served as OH-58D Kiowa Warrior Armament, Electrical, and Avionics Systems Repairer, and educated Soldiers in skills ranging from Combat Life Saver skills to Forward Arming and Refueling Point (FARP) operations.

o encountered and successfully completed multiple missions and tasks during his deployment to OIF 09-11.


15T UH-60 Helicopter Repairer


UH-60 Blackhawk Crewchief

o technical skill and readiness ensured on-call aircraft were available for and flew over 100 hours during hurricane Sandy rescue missions

o demonstrated pride and enthusiasm in every task undertaken, producing excellent results throughout the deployment

o his combat experience contributed to the success of the company's mission

o played a key role in the success of Company A, 1-126th AVN day to day operations

o his skill as the unit Armorer, in addition to his primary MOS, Aviation maintenance, made him an indispensable member of the team

o leaned forward to prepare for deployment and helped A Company assume the mission during Operation New Dawn on an accelerated timetable

o supervised the completion of over 1000 hours of UH-60 maintenance which improved the battalion's readiness for missions during OEF 11-12

o guaranteed the safe execution of over 300 flight hours moving key personnel and equipment to sustain theater operations


15U CH-47 Helicopter Repairer

Crew Chief

o enhanced relations with a United Nation ally by training a detachment of the Royal Singapore Air Force on CH-47 internal loads; a critical task for all Chinook units


15U2O Flight Engineer

o guided and provided direction for five RL3 crew chiefs; bestowed concrete fundamentals that guaranted minimum progression time to RL1 Day/Night/NVG

o led 10 Soldiers on several tasks configuring the aircraft for C-17 transport; exhibited a unmatched determination, prepared 12 aircraft for transport in 96 hours



15V Observation/Scout Helicopter Repairer


15W Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator

UAS Operator

o contributed to the success of the Company's 4,000 accident free combat flight hours

o achieved over 25 IO hours while instructing new UAS Operators in a combat theater

o set the standard for work ethic; heeded the call of excellence by working long hours to ensure accomplishment of all tasks during deployment operations

o prepared and supervised over 15 Full Motion Video (FMV) and Signal Intelligence (SIGNINT) missions contributing to the success of TF 6-30 in support of OND

o revived the Platoon's operational SOP and streamlined operations without sacrificing safety.

o Served as Aircraft Commander for the MQ-1C while conducting over 40 Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions for 25th ID during OND

o motivated his subordinates by demonstrating genuine concern for their well being by assisting them with solid solutions for personal problems

o instructed new Soldiers on the Grey Eagle UAS, resulting in two Operators obtaining Readiness Level (RL1)

o developed three combat Warriors by training them on Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills (WTBD) preparing them for deployment in support of OND

o consistently drew upon past combat experiences to prepare Soldiers for deployment in support of OND

o maintained accountability of an UAS valued at over $7 million without loss or any damages while acting as Aircraft Commander during numerous missions

o flew over 120 UAS combat flight hours in support of OND with no incidents or accidents

o exercised rigorous attention to detail and enforced safety practices during all training, resulting in no injuries or equipment damage

o as Operations Tech, oversaw the TUAS maintenance program and ensured three air vehicles were Fully Mission Capable at all times during the recent OIF deployment, resulting in a spectacular 95% operational rate for the BDE's only class II Tactical Unmanned Aerial System.


15X AH-64 Armament/Electrical Systems Repairer

15Y AH-64D Armament/ Electrical Systems Repairer

15Z Aircraft Maintenance Senior Sergeant

Contracting Officer Representative

as a Contracting Officer Representative (COR), guided the seamless transition of a $2 million maintenance contract with Dyncorp and L3/M1 service systems.

trusted mentor of young Soldiers in the management of flight operations

managed 157 missions and 1000+ flight hours

demonstrated on a daily basis, his superb talent as a pilot, flying over 240 missions, and logging over 750 flight hours in 15 different countries












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