MOS 08 Field Artillery Eval Examples
As a terminal operator in the Artillery Response Cell, he supported the USACOM Modeling and Simulation effort during Exercise Unified Endeavor. Acted as a key link between U.S. Atlantic Command's Joint Training, Analysis and Simulation Center and the Joint Task Force. Evaluated and implemented the remotely distributed and technically challenging simulation architecture during the execution phase of the exercise which contributed to the outstanding training provided to the CJTF commander, his staff, and components.
10th Marine Regiment Intelligence and Security Chief. In an understaffed Artillery Regiment S2 section, Sergeant Cox constantly stepped up to take on roles and responsibilities normally conducted by staff NCOs and officers. His steadfast leadership and dedication to mission accomplishment facilitated the development of an intelligence section with the ability to maintain an operational tempo equal to or exceeding adjacent infantry regiment intelligence sections with more personnel. During his four year tenure, Sergeant Cox participated in 10 Command Post exercises, produced and presented over 70 intelligence briefs, processed over 300 security clearance reports and packages, and processed over 150 ISOPREP packages for unit deployments. Additionally, he managed four intelligence and security functional area checklists for the Regiment ensuring they maintained a mission capable status at all times.
FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS THE FIRE DIRECTION OPERATIONS CHIEF FOR BATTERY C, 2D BATTALION, 10TH MARINES FROM MARCH 2013 TO AUGUST 2015. STAFF SERGEANT JOHNSON PERFORMED HIS DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER. HIS SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTISE AND ATTENTION TO DETAIL IN PREPARATION FOR THE UNIT'S UPCOMING DEPLOYMENT ALLOWED THE BATTERY TO EFFECTIVELY PROCESS OVER 30 ACCURATE AND TIMELY FIRE MISSIONS DURING 6 SEPARATE PERIODS OF 24-HOUR SUSTAINED OPERATIONS. IN ADDITION, SSGT JOHNSON DEVELOPED THE PROCEDURES WHICH ENABLED THE FIRE DIRECTION CENTER (FDC) TO DIGITALLY COMMUNICATE WITH THE EXPEDITIONARY FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM (EFSS) MORTAR SECTIONS. THROUGH HIS EFFORTS, BATTERY E BECAME THE FIRST ARTILLERY UNIT TO FULLY PROCESS DIGITAL FIRE MISSIONS FROM THE FDC DIRECTLY TO THE EFSS MORTAR SECTION AND GAINED AN INNOVATIVE CAPABILITY FOR THE SUPPORTED UNIT. SSGT JOHNSON'S EXCEPTIONAL CHARACTER, INITIATIVE, AND TOTAL DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE MARINE CORPS AND THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.
SUPERIOR ACHIEVEMENT WHILE SERVING AS AMMUNITION LIAISON FROM XXXXXXXX TO XXXXXXXX. THROUGHOUT THIS PERIOD, GUNNERY SERGEANT LOWE CONSISTENTLY PERFORMED HIS DEMANDING DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER. GUNNERY SERGEANT LOWE WAS DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR SHIPPING ALL MARINE CORPS CLASS V (W) AMMUNITION THROUGHOUT THE NORTHERN JAPAN TRAINING AREAS IN SUPPORT OF THREE ARTILLERY RELOCATIONS AND FOUR FOREST LIGHT TRAINING EVOLUTIONS. HIS TENACITY AND METICULOUS DEVOTION TO DUTY AND MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT RESULTED IN OVER 500 TRANSACTIONS WITH A 98 PERCENT FILL RATE, EQUATING TO 300 MILLION DOLLARS OF MUNITIONS. IN ADDITION, GUNNERY SERGEANT LOWE COORDINATED AND REDISTRIBUTED OVER TWO MILLION DOLLARS OF UNUSED AMMUNITION ITEMS BACK TO REMOTE LOCATIONS FOR STORAGE. GUNNERY SERGEANT LOWE'S UNRELENTING PERSEVERANCE, TECHNICAL EXPERTISE AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY REFLECTED GREAT CREIDT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE MARINE CORPS AND THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.