Mobile Tactical Operations Center (MTOC) Evals


***MY #2 OF 45 EXTREMELY TALENTED AND COMPETITIVE SECOND CLASS PETTY OFFICERS!***
-SUPERIOR PERFORMER. Meticulously built brief binders and flight followed 210 Theater ASW missions, 187 ASW Exercises and 132 Intelligence, Surveillance and reconnaissance missions in direct support of Command U.S SEVENTH Fleet and Special Operations Command Pacific, increasing Maritime Domain Awareness for PACOM.
-EXCEPTIONAL LEADER. Devoted 140 hours creating and restoring Preflight Insertion Data, crew accounts and map database features on the Joint Mission Planning System. His restoration efforts towards revitalizing critical mission gear for Patrol Squadron 26 contributed to the completion of 401 intricate missions in multiple locations expanding across three different countries within PACOM, keeping MPRA operations at the forefront. As CSM Lead, he trained and conducted a proper turnover of 563 COMSEC materials with zero discrepancies resulting in 100 percent accountability.
-COMMAND DEDICATED. Submitted 22 APACS requests to the U.S. Embassy and Combatant PACOM. OS2's is a critical member of the Color Guard team and an advocate with the Suicide Prevention Committee.
***READY FOR ADVANCEMENT TO FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICER NOW!***




***CPRW-11 2016 SEA JUNIOR SAILOR OF THE YEAR!***
**#4 OF 36 SECOND CLASS PETTY OFFICERS ONLY DUE TO TIME IN RANK AND FUTURE PROGRESSION**
-OUTSTANDING SUPERVISOR. Led a watch team of six sailors in the Tacmobile community for planning, building, and execution of 346 Safety of Flight briefs. Trained ten MTOC-4 watch Supervisors, five Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, and eight Royal Canadian Air Force personnel, directly contributed to Exercise RIMPAC's completion success of 485 Safety of Flight briefs with a 94.5% MSR resulting in 1,380 mishap free flight hours.
-DYNAMIC LEADER. As Assistant CMS, led MTOC-11 in their first gear set transfer, taking 100% accountability of 489 classified materials. Developed a complex inventory listing for 512 pieces of equipment which resulted in his unit being operationally prepared for their first P8A Commander, SEVENTH Fleet deployment.
-MOTIVATED PROGRAM MANAGER. My CPRW-11's CSADD Vice President and SCPOA Secretary. He coordinated seven volunteer events, providing opportunities for over 409 sailors and 24 civilian personnel throughout CPRW-11. His hard work and dedication has increased command morale and decreased destructive decisions across all paygrades.
***READY FOR ADVANCEMENT TO FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICER NOW!***




Maintained the MTOC ONE C4I and aircraft media systems allowing for 77 ASW missions to be successfully extracted accumulating 616 flight hours.




Successfully formatted 77 sets of DSAU aircraft media allowing 50 successful flight hours with a 99.9% success rate.




Created 48 Crew accounts for in-flight mission operability for the P8 ASW platform.




Assisted MTOC ONE and TOCRON maintenance department in the December CPRG ADMAT inspection which resulted being the most outstanding ADMAT inspection GPRG has seen to date.




While serving as NR MTOC IT division watch stander, Chief Pyle lead a team that maintained a 100% up-time rate on all MTOC missions.




Assisted in MTOC ONE pack-out from Loussiemouth, Scotland and set up Keflavik, Iceland. Set up expeditionary gear including generators, cables and gas tank providing auxiliary power to equipment. Set up mobile radio communications equipment providing HF and UHF communication with the P8. Set up SHF providing SIPR and NIPR services for mission operability.




While at TOC NI, he maintained operational readiness of the full Tacmobile suite, and trained the visiting MTOC detachments. He also assisted in the maintenance of over 123 segments of classified electronic keying material with zero discrepancies. He also volunteered for and participated in RIMPAC 2014 with MTOC TWO and assisted in setting up and updating 34 Tacmobile systems allowing for mission readiness at all times.




As Leading Petty Officer, he expertly supported four Task Groups in 26 theater exercises totaling 235 sorties and encompassing 1,233 mishap free flight hours from 11 dissimilar platforms consisting of 27 MPRA aircrews and 61 support personnel operating P-8A/P-3C weapon systems in support of Task Force SEVEN TWO (CTF-72) objectives throughout the SEVENTH Fleet AOR.




Area of Responsibility (AOR) subject-matter expert. He was frequently sought out for information and advice by his fellow TGWS and Tactical Operations Center (TOC) Kadena counterparts. His exceptional leadership, extensive operational experience and proactive attitude helped shape MTOC-1 and Tactical Operation Center Det Kadena into the recognized standard for all Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft (MPRA) TOCs to emulate.




CHIEF PETTY OFFICER RICO MOVED $1.4 MILLON DOLLARS OF TAC MOBILE GEAR TO HAWAII FOR RIMPAC AND FROM HAWAII TO WHIDBEY ISLAND IN EXECUTION OF MTOC TWO'S HOMEPORT CHANGE. IN ADDITION, AS A CTF 57 TASK GROUP WATCH OFFICER, HE PLANNED AND EXECUTED 65 SAFETY OF FLIGHT BRIEFS AND FLIGHT FOLLOWING FOR TWO SQUADRONS AND 8 COMBAT AIRCREWS ENCOMPASSING 700 MISHAP-FREE FLIGHT HOURS IN SUPPORT OF COMMANDER TASK GROUP 57.2 MISSION TASKINGS.



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