INSURV Eval Examples
While conducting INSURV preparations, he rebuilt over 33 float coats, replacing all actuators, and lanyards. He inspected 110 Abandon Ship life preservers, ensuring all were serviceable. His efforts contributed to Warrior earning 90% in deck equipment and allowing Warrior to certify in INSURV.
Demonstrating superb foresight and leadership, he helped maintain 28 shipboard spaces during a flawless execution for INSURV 2019, directly leading to an overal score of green across the board. He helped maintain the highest standard in the galley, with it recognized as one of the top galleys in the fleet during three IRAT (Inspection and Readiness Assist Team) visits, a TMI (Type Commander Material Readiness Inspection) and INSURV (Board of Inspection and Survey).
Provided extensive support for INSURV 2019, MISSILEX and Groupsail. FC3 dedicated countless hours to maintaining and clearing casualties from the AN/SPY-1D RADAR, including three major system casualties on the eve of INSURV 2019. FC3 is consistently performing above and beyond what would be expected of a Third Class Petty Officer in her position and is a constant example to her peers and superiors.
As Reactor Propulsion Leading Chief Petty Officer, he led the division through the best INSURV for an Aircraft Carrier in recent history. He also led the division through two ORSE cycles and the beginning of an arduous deployment. As Reactor Mechanical Leading Chief Petty Officer, led the division though the recent deployment and the 6A1 Maintenance Availability.
Served as a key member of USS Alexandria's navigation division. Seaman West is a well rounded sailor who quickly qualified as fathometer operator, facilitating a more flexible and capable watch bill. She completed over 100 hours of maintenance and was a vital asset during the last INSURV inspection.
The INSURV Door Team conducted material inspections and surveys of the ship and provided detailed assessments of its material readiness to the Navy's senior leadership. Ensured that the ships of the Navy are equipped for sustained mission readiness at sea.
He spent countless hours preserving Main Engine Room #1 in preparation for a Board of Inspection and Survey inspection, and 80 more hours painting the Dome Equipment Room and Sonobuoy Storeroom, obtaining outstanding results during a zone inspection. His knowledgeable operation of the AN/SQQ-89(V)12 Sonar Suite earned greater than 90% during ASW 2.1-2.4.
As Operations Department Leading Chief, he oversaw corrective maintenance solutions for over 2,000 material items earning green scores across three divisions in Security, Operations, Deck, Habitability, and Safety during fiscal year 2017 Type Commander Material Inspection and Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV).
Supervised and mentored 13 Sailors in all preservation efforts on Yard Patrol Craft 684 and 692 for fiscal year 2020 INSURV Board of Inspection Survey. His exceptional leadership and resourcefulness during 480 man hours of labor saved the Navy over $135,000. His reports cemented a 100% passing score and yielded YP 684 "Fit for Further Naval Service."
As LCS 3 Trials Coordinator, he displayed exceptional leadership and management acumen, leading an integrated Government and Industry team through a very challenging second of class ship trial period. His efforts culminated in an extremely successful Acceptance Trial with the President of the Board of Inspection and Survey stating, "The ship performed well and this inspection was the most comprehensive LCS trial to date."