Berthing Coordinator Statements
Unit Supply Representative and berthing Coordinator while serving at Operations Support Unit, Navy Operational Support Center, Saint Louis. EM2's outstanding performance has led to minimal discrepancies in 14 monthly Berthing Requests for up to 30 Sailors. He worked closely with the NOSC Supply Department in accomplishing monthly tasks including meal polls and compiling berthing binder projects for 18 units. He created a full Alpha list of over 300 berthers encompassing all NOSC units. He devoted over 40 hours, monthly, of personal time to complete berthing requirements for OSU. Due to his unwavering dedication, he voluntarily provided berthing briefs for up to 10 new accessions undergoing NOSC Indoctrination each month.
Ships' berthing coordinator in Naval Station Norfolk Port Operations. He supervised berthing requirements for 400 US Navy Ships and 50 ships of various foreign Navies. Petty Officer Baker saved the Navy in excess of $250,000 by ensuring minimal overtime for contracted Moran Tugboat services by efficiently scheduling on-call times to meet all requirements. He ensured ships' returning home from deployment encountered minimum delays by personally sacrificing over 400 off-duty hours to coordinate all required services.
Ensured command directives were followed and verified addresses for all unit personnel. Assisted in scheduling berthing every drill weekend for those Sailors beyond the 50 mile threshold of the NOSC.
As Berthing Coordinator, booked coordinated arrangements for 120 berthing requests (in 1st year) with zero issues. As Mustering Petty Officer, certified musters and ensured prompt payment for all personnel.
HE FLAWLESSLY TRACKED, SCHEDULED AND FOLLOWED UP ON BERTHING FOR ALL UNIT PERSONNEL, RESULTING IN ZERO DISCREPANCIES. AS BERTHING COORDINATOR, HE DEDICATED OVER 100 HOURS OF HIS PERSONAL TIME TO ENSURE ALL PERSONNEL HAD SUFFICIENT BERTHING. HIS DEVOTION AND PERSONAL DILIGENCE HAS GREATLY INCREASED THE EFFICIENCY AND READINESS OF NR NSF NAS JRB NOLA.