Antiterrorism Training Team (ATTT)
As an ATTT member, he provided 88 duty section members with AT/FP training, strengthening the Command's FP posture.
Demonstrating superior performance, he expertly trained 567 watchstanders during 42 live fire small arms and crew-served weapons exercises. As fire arms training system operator, he ensured weapons sustainment for 133 Sailors. Additionally, as Antiterrorism Training Team member, he assisted in training 266 watchstanders through execution of coordinated security drill packages, OC sprays, and weapons familiarizations, resulting in 95% ATFP readiness rate across all LCS platforms.
As DCTT, ETT, and ATTT member, she was instrumental in the training of two engineering watch teams and the entire crew in Damage Control protocols and security measures, completing over 70 complex evolutions and drills.
PETTY OFFICER SULLIVAN ORGANIZED AND CONDUCTED DEADLY FORCE TRAINING FOR THE CREW, ENSURING KAUFFMAN'S MISSION READINESS. AS A CRITICAL MEMBER OF ATTT, SHE VOLUNTEERED AS OPPOSING FORCE AND TRAINED REACTION FORCE PERSONNEL IN ROOM-CLEARING AND MOVEMENTS. HER LEADERSHIP DIRECTLY RESULTED IN OVER 80 WATCH STANDING WEAPONS QUALIFICATIONS.
Petty Officer Sullivan was essential to NITZE as both ATTT and MTT member which led to 2 successful workup schedules and a successful 2012 and 2014 deployment.
Demonstrating decisive and innovative leadership abilities, he led 3 teams on special mission ships providing Anti-terrorism/Force Protection in highly contested waters of the East and South China seas. In addition, he effectively managed 35 ATTT members, developing the first special mission ships' master scenario events list, resulting in a higher state of readiness for teams receiving national level tasking.
As ATTT member, he trained and certified 36 sailors in all aspects of ATFP watch standing, resulting in a successful ATFP certification earning 95% score in ATFP.
As Antiterrorism Training Team Leader, she trained and led 113 Security Professionals, qualified 165 new Armed Sentries, and 14 Officers and Chiefs as Antiterrorism Watch Officers, resulting in a 99 percent grade for two Atlantic Training Group Basic Phase inspections and one successful completion of Carrier Strick Group-4 FPEX.
As an ATTT member, Petty Officer Reynolds trained over 1,000 hours for 200 crew members during a grueling AT certification and FPEX.
As one of the founding members of the Field Training Officer program, MA1 Thompson advanced the Department's collective technical knowledge by conducting routine training for all Department personnel. Petty Officer Thompson improved the ATTT program effectiveness by including junior personnel in the ATTT program for the first time.
ATTT leader/member and Force Protection Duty Officer, he trained 220 personnel allowing Mustin to pass all inspections and ensuring all Force Protection requirements were met.
While serving on the Anti-terrorism Training Team, Security Department, onboard USS CARL VINSON (CVN-70), his meticulous attention to detail and high level of professionalism as a key contributor during the afloat training group Phase IV inspection, assisted by TYCOM, resulted in a 93% passing grade for the ship's first certification in 24 months.