Collateral Duty Inspector (CDI)
As Collateral Duty Inspector, led 10 Sailors in the safe and expeditious repair of 715 maintenance discrepancies totaling 4,043 maintenance man-hours, helping to aid in 2,743 mishap free flight hours and achieving the commands 87% mission capable rate.
AS COLLATERAL DUTY INSPECTOR FOR WORK CENTER 120, HE AGGRESSIVELY LED SEVEN ISOCHRONAL INSPECTION TEAMS, RETURNING THE AIRCRAFT TO FULL MISSION CAPABLE STATUS DIRECTLY SUPPORTING OPERATION SHINING MONKEY.
A fire team leader in charge of 7 Seabees of diverse rates, his leadership has been exemplary, ensuring all NFAAS, GMT, and ESAMS were met. His accountability and knowledge of his Sailors was critical to the smooth running of Det 1218.
DEMONSTRATING EXCEPTIONAL WORK ETHIC AND SUPERB ATTENTION TO DETAIL AS A COLLATERAL DUTY INSPECTOR, PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS MIXON WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE EXPEDITIOUS COMPLETION OF OVER 388 MAINTENANCE ACTIONS, DIRECTLY CONTRIBUTING TO THE COMBAT READINESS OF THE COMMAND AND SEVEN DETACHMENTS.
As a Collateral Duty Inspector he was responsible for the accurate completion of over 500 maintenance tasks which required more than 1,800 man hours.
Displaying superb leadership and managerial expertise as a Collateral Duty Inspector, he led 11 Sailors in the completion of 37 major maintenance actions in support of 17 H-60 squadrons with a cost savings of $1.5 million. His efforts directly contributed to work center 660's impressive 94 percent RFI rate.
Petty Officer Kline was the first third class to qualify as a collateral duty inspector on both super and legacy FA-18 hornets. As a collateral duty inspector, she inspected 570 maintenance actions representing 30% of the workcenter's workload.
Her enthusiastic efforts and motivating attitude led her work center through a 1st Marine Aircraft Wing audit with unprecedented success all while efficiently providing support to Marine Aircraft Group 36 squadrons directly supporting aircraft readiness.
Showing attention to detail and unprecedented initiative as a Collateral duty Inspector (CDI) for work centers 71D Aircraft Armament Equipment (AAE) and 71B Armory, he spearheaded the maintenance and repair of over 300 items of AAE for 71D Rack Shop and 224 items of ammunition handling equipment and crew served weapons for 71B Gun Shop. He inspected the equipment and signed the completed Maintenance Action Forms as the CDI. His program oversight and inspection preparation for 6 ordnance related programs contributed to Ordnance Department receiving an overall grade of "On-Track" during 1st Marine Aviation Wing Inspection 2016.
Achieved his Collateral Duty Inspector qualification and conducted multiple training sessions for five sailors in order to highlight common discrepancies with ALQ-99 transmitters.
He completed 120 maintenance work orders and dedicated over 80 hours meticulously inspecting each of 135 items of aircrew search and rescue equipment for 32 aircrewmen in preparation for the command's 2016 chief of naval operations, sar model manager inspection. His efforts directly resulted in HSC-6 receiving the highest grade in the HSC community.