Navy Awards Narrative Examples



As the Geospatial Engineer for the Commercial Imagery Team, SGT Gibson worked with the Operations Officer, 1LT Colin, and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service in providing crucial Commercial Imagery of two hijacked vessels off the coast of Somalia. From 13-20 May, 2013, SGT Gibson provided the technical expertise to refine, develop and produce the imagery that the NCIS will use for prosecutorial and demonstrative purposes in the criminal proceedings.



PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTIES WHILE SERVING AS DEPOT LEVEL REPAIRABLE LOGISTICS SPECIALIST IN USS XXXXXXXXX (DDGXX) IN SUPPORT OF STANDING NATO MARITIME GROUP 2 DEPLOYMENT AND OCEAN SHEILD FROM XXXXXXX TO XXXXXXX. HE DISPLAYED EXCEPTIONAL EXPERTISE AND LED TWO PERSONNEL IN THE PROFICIENT PROCESSING OF 300 DLR CARCASS WORTH $850K RESULTING IN A 40% REDUCTION IN CARCASS CHARGES, WHICH SAVED THE NAVY $340K. DIRECTLY IMPACTED FULL MISSION CAPABLE RATES BY ENSURING MISSION CRITICAL PARTS WERE ALWAYS READY AND AVAILABLE. PETTY OFFICER XXXXXX'S EXCEPTIONAL PROFESSIONAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE, AND LOYAL DEDICATION TO DUTY REFLECTED GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.



Placing herself at great personal risk, Senior Chief Comppen participated in more than 15 convoys in Khost Province, one of the most dangerous provinces in Afghanistan, and served as Truck Commander for two of them. During SVBIED attacks on FOB Chapman, she served as a Bunker Leader. She displayed calm leadership while maintaining open communications with the Tactical Operations Center, ensuring full accountability of the 17 Sailors, Soldiers, and civilian personnel assigned to her bunker, and preparing them for action.

Senior Chief Comppen served as the Navy's Senior Enlisted Leader, where she led Career Development Boards and ensured the continued career progression of 33 Sailors. She worked with higher authority to authorize all eligible Sailors to take the advancement exam while in the combat zone. She facilitated the reenlistments of three Soldiers and two Sailors for more than $62,000 in reenlistment bonuses. A strong proponent of higher education, she challenged team members to join her in taking a class while deployed, and 28 Sailors and Soldiers enrolled in online classes.



HM2 Reginald F. Bienaime, United States Navy, is recommended for the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for superior performance of his duties while assigned as an Advanced Laboratory Technician, Naval Medical Research Center Silver Spring, MD, Biological Defense Research Directorate (BDRD) Operations Department, from October 2009 to October 2010.

HM2 Bienaime's immense knowledge base, astute leadership skills, and unique educational background were strengths upon which he drew during his assignment at NMRC. He came to us a prudent manager of resources, and as a highly motivated Advanced Laboratory Technician. His innovative independent work ethic made him a highly reliable and trusted member of the Department and Directorate.

As a member of the Biological Defense Research Directorate Technical Augmentation Team (BDRD), HM2 Bienaime produced over 100 reagents and kits, train personnel and conduct monthly quality control checks of instrumentation/reagents, overseeing personnel proficiency to monitor the Fleet's operational readiness.

HM2 organized and managed BDRD Operation's equipment and supplies worth over $1.25 million. A great organizer with immense initiative, HM2 Bienaime rendered is time and devotion to ensure personnel from various platforms and units around the world as well as officers and enlisted from BDRD things were in order, thereby improving the proficiency of BDRD's technicians and strengthening combat readiness of our mobile laboratory team members in the Global War On Terrorism (GWOT).

HM2 Bienaime streamlined the Deployment Readiness Program by reinvigorating the department's medical readiness program by adding tracking, monitoring and storing department members' deployment capability results in an electronic filing system that resulted in an organized documentation of team members' readiness status.

HM2 Bienaime performed his collateral duties with the same tenacity and dedication as his primary duties. He served as the Assistant Command Training Officer where he was responsible for tracking the training and updating training records for 931 Command and nine Subordinate Command Personnel



As LPO of the Human Resource Department, her oversight and management ability resulted in the meticulous processing and tracking of over 1500 leave papers, 2221 pieces of correspondence. In addition her efforts contributed to the 99% compliance rate with the regional leave, pay and personnel audit. She reviewed and submitted 140 enlisted evaluations, 50 officer special pays totaling $5.7 million dollars and logged in 344 thousand dollars from pay patients.



A FIRST-RATE SICKCALL SCREENER, HE PROVIDED TREATMENT TO 9,695 RECRUITS THAT RESULTED IN A DECREASE OF DROPPED RECRUITS AT 3RD BATTALION. COVERAGE CORPSMAN HE PROVIDED OVER 765 HOURS OF MEDICAL COVERAGES DURING VARIOUS RECRUIT TRAINING EVENTS. COMMAND'S PRIMARY BLS INSTRUCTOR; HE CERITFIED XXX TRI-COMMAND MARINES AND CORPSMAN IN CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION, WITH ZERO FAILURES THAT INCREASED THE COMMAND'S OVERALL REQUIRED TRAINING READNIESS TO 95%.



PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AS STAFF CORPSMAN FOR XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXX FROM DECEMBER 200X TO OCTOBER 200X. PETTY OFFICER XXXXX SIGNIFICANTLY CONTRIBUTED TO THE SUCCESSFUL REALIGNMENT OF 3 DETACHMENT MEDICAL ASSETS INTO ONE INTEGRATED DEPARTMENT, WHILE MAINTAINING ALL HEALTH SERVICE SUPPORT FUNCTIONS FOR XXX PERSONNEL. WHILE DEPLOYED IN SUPPORT OF AFRICA PARTNERSHIP STATION, HE DISPLAYED EXCEPTIONAL EXPERTISE AS PATROL BOAT COXSWAIN DURING FOUR SECURITY MISSIONS IN THREE COUNTRIES. HIS MANAGERIAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE, AND UNSWERVING DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY.



AWARD SUBMITTED FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS LIMITED DUTY MANAGER AND UNIT CORPSMAN FOR NAVY OPERATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER JACKSONVILLE, FL FROM 17 OCTOBER 2005 TO 06 APRIL 2009. PETTY OFFICER SMITH'S ABILITY TO MANAGE THE LIMITED DUTY PROGRAM AND SUSTAIN SUPERIOR MEDICAL READINESS FOR HER 30 UNITS UNSUPERVISED LED TO ENHANCED MISSION READINESS. HM2 FACILITATED TIMELY PATIENT CARE AND RESOLUTION OF 165 CASES WITH NAVAL HOSPITAL JACKSONVILLE AND MMSO WHILE ONBOARD. HM2 ENSURED COMMUNICATION ON CRITICAL READINESS REQUIREMENTS WITH HER UNITS. HER DEDICATION, MANAGERIAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE, AND UNSWERVING DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HERSELF AND WERE IN KEEPING THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.



From March 2008 to March 2009, Petty Officer Wilson expertly led a crew of 20 Dorean employees in the safe operation and maintenance of 150 facilities valued at over $100 million dollars. He developed a new Funds Reimbursment procedure that netted the department a savings of over $200,000 annually. He also saved the Navy well in excess of $100,000 by extending and sustaining the serviceability of various facility components. The distinctive accomplishments of Petty Officer Wilson reflect credit upon himself, the XXX Department of XXXXXXXX, and the United States Navy.



Meritorious service as Craftmaster Assault Craft unit One DetWestPac from 02 December 2006 to 04 June 2009. Chief Williams demonstrated exceptional Leadership as leading Chief Petty officer LCU 1361...



In appreciation of your 20 years of dedicated service, devotion and commitment to the Small Business Administration and The Office of Human Capital Managment...



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