Steel Worker (SW) Examples
Petty Officer Meyers led numerous events in preparation for over 20 builders and acceptance trials. He ensured that the Navy and Merchant Marine service received the best possible product from all shipyards.
Assistant military ship superintendent from April 2014 to February 2016. Petty Officer Nike has been instrumental in the preparation and execution of over 20 builders and acceptance trials for numerous projects, ranging from USNS Howard O Lorenzen, to the Egyptian fast missile craft and culminating with the acceptance of USS America (LHA-6) into service in the US Navy fleet. During this time he has been performing a job typically performed by a chief petty officer or above and gained the respect of not only shipyard employees but the entire chain of command and numerous retired senior military members now serving in shipbuilding roles. He has volunteered over 100 hours of his own time in support of VIP visits from Commander Expeditionary Strike Group 3, First Lady of Massachusetts, Commandant of the Marine Corps, Vice Chief of Naval Operations, Chief of Naval Operations, Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and acquisitions, and the Secretary of the Navy.
LEAD STEEL WORKER AND CREW LEADER FOR JOINT TASK FORCE SUMMIT. STEEL WORKER 2ND CLASS CARSON LED AND MENTORED FIFTEEN FELLOW SEABEES IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF ONE TWENTY FOOT AND ONE SEVENTY FOOT BRIDGE THAT WILL BE USED IN THE EVENT OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL EVACUATION AT THE JTF SUMMIT SITE. HIS ATTENTION TO DETAIL AND LEADERSHIP ENABLED THE SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF BOTH BRIDGES AHEAD OF SCHEDULE DESPITE A SHORTENED CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE.
MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS BATTALION SAFETY OFFICER FOR NAVAL MOBILE CONSTRUCTION BATTALION TWENTY TWO FROM OCTOBER 20XX TO SEPTEMBER 20XX. CHIEF COX EXPERTLY MANAGED THE SAFETY PROGRAM ENSURING CONSISTENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACROSS NINE GEOGRAPHICALLY SEPARATED DETACHMENTS. HIS EFFORTS RESULTED IN THE BATTALION ACHIEVING AN OVERALL INCREASE IN SAFETY PERFORMANCE AND, AS A DIRECT RESULT OF HIS LEADERSHIP, THE BATTALION WAS AWARDED THE FIRST NCD OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY AWARD FOR FYXX. CHIEF COX'S SUPERLATIVE PERFORMANCE, STEADFAST PERSEVERANCE AND OUTSTANDING DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIM AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY.
HOSPITAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM MEMBER ON BOARD NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA FROM JANUARY 2015 TO JANUARY 2017. DISPLAYED EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP, ADMINISTRATIVE AND MENTORING ABILITY. A NAVY WOUNDED WARRIOR, HE CONTINUED TO PERFORM IN SPITE OF HIS INJURIES AND LIMITATIONS. HIS SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS THE CULMINATION OF 20 YEARS OF HONORABLE AND DEDICATED SERVICE RESULTING IN A LASTING LEGACY FOR JUNIOR SAILORS TO EMULATE.