3M System Coordinator (3MC) Examples
-BRILLIANT LEADER AND MOTIVATOR. Led 11 Sailors in completing 152 maintenance actions and 10 spot checks with 99.86 percent pass rate. Developed professional maintenance plan for the department to include five divisions, trained 15 Sailors in proper maintenance procedures and six CPO in 3M responsibilities, monitored maintenance and spot check procedures.
Demonstrated outstanding technical expertise and unsurpassed resourcefulness, training and mentoring 42 students as the next generation of mine warriors for the fleet. As 3MC, he established the Command's 3M program, creating and developing a culture of equipment readiness and stewardship.
As NEDU Command 3MC, she maintained and supported 10 work centers, implemented 8 force revisions and completed 10,000 maintenance checks with zero discrepancies, facilitating the successful DORA Inspection.
As 3MC, his efforts resulted in the completion of 13,227 PMS checks, 288 spot checks, 212 ASIs, feedback reports, and uplines. In addition, he improved maintenance and material management compliance by developing training to improve awareness and enforce procedural compliance by his subordinates.
As assistant to the 3MC, MM1 Jones spent countless hours merging Tomahawk's 3M program and SLC's 3M program which allowed SLC instructors to work the SKED program online using NMCI accounting for 100 percent maintenance accountiablity.
AS ACTING COMMAND 3MC, HE CONDUCTED 5 COMMAND WIDE SEERS TO INCLUDE 40 WORK CENTERS, OVERSAW 2 FORCE REVISIONS, AND QUALIFIED 65 SHIPS FORCE INCLUDING OFFICERS AND WORK CENTER SUPERVISORS.
As Command 3M assistant Petty Officer Charles worked side by side with the 3MC to conduct 4 AERs while continuously assisting divisional work center supervisors. His efforts culminated in two successful 3M inspections ranking the command well above naval average.
Serving as Reactor Department Assistant 3MC, led eleven workcenter supervisors through the completion of three Force Revisions and ten Administrative revisions. This resulted in the resolution or correction of 335 administrative deficiencies and 103 overdue PMS items, improving the effectiveness of Reactor Department's 3M program as noted by TYCOM 3MA inspection.
Responsible for the management of the Command's 3M program of eight work centers incorporating 3,566 components and 410 personnel. Responsible for managing the 3M program for the homeport and HOA TOA. Closely managed eight work centers through homeport training phases overseeing the completion of 11,168 maintenance actions. The quality of the unit's maintenance program reflected positively on the Command.
Petty Officer Danish, while serving as Weapons Department 3MC, installed and coordinated 3 Force Revisions to 7 work centers comprised of 68 personnel, including coordinating with Command TASO, PSNS, and Antech systems. He, as Weapons Department Lean Green Belt, coordinated and lead 7 cross functional teams in process improvement events, resulting in an approved implementation plan for creating a BPS-16 depot level repair facility utilized in the triper, 2M, hydraulic repair and sail systems product lines at IMF.
As Command 3MC, he maintained 13 workcenters and ensured 100% operational readiness for over 50 crew serve weapons and 300 small arm weapons as well as critical CBR gear.
MANAGED THE INSTALLATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NAVY'S NEW SKED 3.2 3M PROGRAM. HE REBUILT AND INSTALLED NTCSS AND OMMS-NG DATABASES WHICH ENSURED OVER 2,455 JOBS WERE SUCCESSFULLY RECOVERED AND 223 PERSONNEL WERE ENTERED INTO THE SHIP'S RADM SYSTEM. AN ASTUTE MANAGER, HE EXPERTLY COORDINATED, SCHEDULED, SYNCHRONIZED, AND SUPERVISED THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF OVER 20,000 MAINTENANCE CHECKS FOR 41 WORKCENTERS AND ENSURED OVER 13,000 EQUIPMENT VALIDATIONS WERE COMPLETED RESULTING IN A SUCCESSFUL 3M CERTIFICATION WITH AN OVERAL SCORE OF 88.50 PERCENT.
As RIMA Force 3MC, he identified and assisted with 300 critical discrepancies at five RIMA sites producing a work environment with zero reportable injuries during his tenure.
He implemented the Maintenance and Material Management program, designated a 3MC, 3MA and 3M WCS.
His attention to detail ensured engineering department maintenance and material management program safely completed over 5,500 maintenance checks, which directly supported the MADISON in all missions and exercices during deployment.
As Maintenance and Material Management Coordinator, Petty Officer Fountaine managed four work centers in three geographically seperated UICs resulting in two successful 3M Temporary Assist Visits and one NAVIFOR 3M.