Enlisted Expeditionary Warfare (EXW) Qual
As LPO for Training Department, she organized, documented, scheduled and tracked all training conducted for 72 Sailors during mobilization and forward deployment to the Horn of Africa. Her dedicated focus on training goals and leadership was the driving force in Training Department providing deployed Sailors ample opportunities to increase their tactical craft and EXW qualification. As assistant EXW Coordinator, she organized over 100 hours of training and PQS requirements which resulted in 66 sailors obtaining EXW qualification.
Petty Officer Herman assisted CRS1-FWD with its Expeditionary Warfare (EXW) Qualification program. As a subject matter expert in land navigation, he provided advanced and refresher training to CRS1-FWD EXW instructors in basic land navigation. He then helped design and set up a practical land navigation course and supplied CRS-1 FWD with needed supplies, equipment, and maps required for the course. This dedicated effort resulted in 23 Navy personnel receiving practical land navigation training and accelerated unit readiness and EXW qualifications.
As Training LPO, Petty Officer Kleine coordinated an entire Field Exercise for the ESC Bravo, arranging for all aspects of the evolution, including messing, equipment, training plan, and facilities. He negotiated with state officials to use parkland, expanding NCHB 5's training resources exponentially and allowing for valuable field time for Expeditionary Training. He contacted each individual, provided lists of equipment to bring, and ensured all hand were equipped to succeed in the field. This evolution resulted in 13 individuals completing 25 line times of EXW qualifications, raising company completion rates by 20%.
Seaman Muenster devoted over 40 hours to training 12 Sailors on weapons malfunction, warning shots, and AT/FP common core procedures. His extensive knowledge and ability to lead his team in providing bulletproof security for 90 personnel during 40 hydrographic survey launches ensured overall mission success and zero mishaps. Additionally, he coordinated and implemented a weekly training schedule that resulted in three COGs, two EXW qualifications, and one PQS.
As the Leading Chief Petty Officer for the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group Forward Armory, she performed the duties of the Expeditionary Warfare Program Coordinator. Her devotion, dedication, and time put into the program resulted in 32 NECC personnel receiving their Expeditionary Warfare qualifications. The program she developed was adopted as the basis for the 4th NELR and subordinate units' program.
AS THE DETACHMENT EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE COORDINATOR, HIS EFFORTS RESULTED IN THE QUALIFICATION OF THIRTEEN EXW QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
Through his steadfast leadership, he managed an aggressive Expeditionary Warfare Qualification Program, which led to the qualification of 10 sailors in less than one year.
DURING THIS PERIOD, ENSIGN LAMBERT LED THE UNIT TO ACHIEVE ONE HUNDRED PERCENT UNIT TRAINING COMPLETION, CAREER ADVANCEMENT FOR THREE SAILORS, AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE QUALIFICATION FOR THREE SAILORS.
He conducted EXW training for 5 of his junior troops resulting in 5 EXW qualified sailors.
Petty Officer Joliet facilitated EXW training for 20 NCHB Ten personnel, obtaining more than 88 sign-offs toward qualification. LS2 Joliet led the training for the Base X tent set up and general camp layout for members working towards EXW certification, and conducted over 100 hours of radio communication training. He presented the Convoy brief as part of the training for convoy operations which totaled 200 miles. He increased personnel readiness by updating ASM, ESAMS, and DTS. He was a vital component of the two-week SPOC evolution which resulted in the qualification of 100% of personnel.
PETTY OFFICER HOOPER SERVED AS AN EXW BOARD MEMBER, ASSISTING TWO N7 PERSONNEL IN PREPARING FOR THEIR EXW QUALIFICATION