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MOS 42 Admin NCOER Bullet Examples

o provided customer service to 18 TDA units and 5 PSDR units, one of the largest customer service bases in USAREUR with over 22,800 customers including USAREUR and V Corps Headquarters

o served with distinction as HRNCO in Headquarters Platoon and oversaw the day to day operations of the human Resources section for the 308th Military Police Company

o helped develop and implement a unit wide sick call and tracking system which is now a Task Force standard

o as the unit S-1 NCOIC, utilized external resources to enhance and improve the overall effectiveness of the Rest and Recouperation (R & R) tracking system to include each of the 308th housing units within the Detention Facility In Parwan (DFIP)

o always ready on short notice to assist in Common Task Training, weapon qualification, driver and escort train-up and Sergeants Time Training

o his improved R&R tracking system enabled each housing unit to track their soldiers leave departures and returns so that they could plan accordingly and for see any shortages ahead of schedule

o effectively managed all HHC orderly room operations, directly impacting the company's readiness and ability to accomplish the mission

o assisted in the creation of the NCO evaluation report, medical, award, and promotion tracking modules

o developed and implemented a plan that successfully transitioned the Mail Distribution Center to NCRCC without missing a delivery

o developed tracking modules that made it possible to easily transfer current posture to our relief

o key to the creation of the only leave by housing unit tracker that exists on the LSA which allowed the Guard Force Commanders to manipulate their DA-6 in real time in accordance with daily manning changes

o personally ensured each one of his Soldiers were intimately familiar with the purpose, employment, and operation of all Data Systems within the HR Arena

o competence and close attention to detail proved to be an asset in cross-level training for each soldier increasing the S1's effectiveness by 50%

o productively ensured the completion of over 453 Family Separation Requests while deployed with zero deficiencies

o created and enforced a strict accountability of all administrative documents within the S1, ensuring prompt and reliable service for over 800 Soldiers in the Battalion


HR Sergeant

o reviewed and processed over 1300 pay transactions, 100 personnel actions (RECLASS, Bonus, transfers, RET, Separations, DNR, promotions)

o task oriented and detail minded; completes assignments to the fullest while staying focused to make sound and thoughtful decisions


Administrative NCOIC

o organized and prepared the unit for redeployment and reintegration into central region upon completion of their 15 month deployment with zero loss of accountability

o coordinated and pushed the daily status report and the JPERSTAT with excellent accuracy

o maintained administrative data for 76 soldiers assigned to Delta Battery from 3 different services

o refused mid-tour leave and contributed hundreds of hours of off-duty time to ensure all tasks were accomplished on time

o selected as Financial Obligation Officer, ensured all funds accounted for and spent in accordence with regulation

o served as acting Battalion Senior Human Resource NCO, trained 4 new Battery Admin NCOs and ensured battalion operations countinued

o processed 120 Red Cross Messages in support of deployed members

o Kept the Commander up to date with Personnel Accountability

o pushed 355 troops forward, fully equipped and administratively prepared





Human Resources Specialist

o reviewed more than 3,000 Medical Evaluation Board packets, leading the section with the highest number of administratively reviewed packets, while maintaining quality

o learned required payroll systems and processed three pay documents generating high unit morale

o transferred all the Battalion's 201 files to iPERM filing system within 30 days of arrival; increased productivity

o diligently processed required all administrative paperwork in a timely manner, facilitated the promotion of her fellow Soldiers

o exceeded her responsibility for accounting and reporting for 93 Soldiers, twice daily

o completed 100% accurate alert roster for the unit; improved accountability of Soldiers exponentially

o trained and mentored a Soldier to assist with unit personnel and administrative actions to support the mobilizations of five units

o deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and 222d Broadcast Operations Detachment

o compiled and maintained 100% accountablility of all member's personnel records including cross-leveled Soldiers as the unit prepared for deployment

o selected over 9 of his peers to act as Bn mail room clerk, a duty outside his MOS, maintained 100% accountability

o supervised the Company's efforts to get all its Soldiers through the Kuwait gateway and in and out of Iraq

o assisted in the DEMOB of 22 UICs; equipment evaluated, repaired, and stored, ready for immediate redeployment

o tracked and processed all unit leaves while maintaining a 90% manning rate

o coordinated with active and Reserve component agencies to achieve great success

o completed 5 Mobile Postal Missions to austere locations, across unsecured terrain, resulting in 100% mission completion

o organized and provided Public Affair coverage for multiple Brigade-level Change of Command ceremonies and 3 major command events

o established the Pass and Leave program within the BCT, coordinating the flow of Soldiers in and out of theater

o processed over 1,000 End of Tour awards for all of DSTB and attached units, meeting 95% on time

o devoted over 500 hours to checking DCS checklists for all units, ensured accuracy of over 3000 DCS checklists

o embodied the Warrior Ethos by placing the mission first at all times and completing all admin requirements prior to deployment

o put in long hours with few days off, and although junior in rank, continues to manage our most critical projects

o cleared 275 Soldiers through the Soldier Readiness Center

o completed over 75 additional duty memorandums

o prepared for and assisted in inspections of S-1 section so that they were in compliance with regualtions



Schools NCO

o established the Brigade's first Schools and DTMS programs

o managed the Master Cooperative Agreement Program in addition to his regular duties

o developed, implemented, and monitored a comprehensive Brigade schools allocation table

o successsfully executed WLT, Seargeant's Time Training, and EFMB task training leading to 10 soldiers with WLT qualification and 4 earning EFMB

o scrutinized available slots and accomplished 120% utilization of available MACOM allocations

o planned and executed assignment of all schools, weapon ranges, and pre-deployment training requirements for 3 subordinate units within the Battalion

o placed over 3,000 Soldiers into over 100 different Army schools

o worked closely with the Chain of Command and Barracks Management to ensure all Soldiers had adequate billeting immediately upon arrival



42F - Human Resource Information System Management Specialist

o tracked and processed over 150 unscheduled leaves and passes while maintaining a 99% manning rate

o maintained admin and logistic requirements for 4 teams while they were downrange and while at CLDJ.

o organized, stored, and maintained over 12 months worth of AIM/Mission reports from 4 different JCATs

o completed over 110 leave packets for Soldiers leaving for R&R-no delays, no schedule failures

o assisted with the unit's birth month audits for over 120 Soldiers, review cited as 100% accurate

o helped with the distribution of over 3K pieces of mail to the unit during Operation Iraqi Freedom




42R - Band Member


NCOER Bullets for Band Members

o demonstrated an expansive knowledge of vocal and instrumental music

o served as vocalist and vocal soloist for the United States Army Chorus during the premier DC performance

o frequently selected as soloist with the Army Concert Band and Orchestra

o collaborated with smaller ensembles and professional groups to hone his skills

o thrilled audiences nationwide with well-rehearsed renditions of Army standards

o was recorded with the Concert Band during the performance of the Shostakovich Second Piano Concerto

o enhanced the legacy of Pershing's Own with over 20 recorded titles

o demonstrated exceptional dedication to his performances

o her practiced dedication of over 200 hours was key to the success of the Guardsmen musical performance



42S - Special Band Member

o performed as a musician in hundreds of community relations concerts and Military ceremonies around the world

o served as Load Master for all unit movements and team leader of Capitol Sound








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