Utilitiesman (UT) Eval Examples


As Camp Moreel Camp Maintenance Department head, Petty Officer Logan displayed exceptional management skills while overseeing 13 enlisted personnel in addressing more than 2,000 maintenance requests and completing 6 critical and cost saving projects. His detailed knowledge and expertise ensured Camp Moreel maintained peak operational readiness and successfully supported over 5,000 transient personnel.




Utilities technician for NMCB 74. Even though not assigned to the GP10-823 Admin Building Technical Trainer project, he volunteered to work on the project and devoted many after-duty hours to its successful conclusion. Assisted in the completion of 500 manhours including the removal of three cubic yards of concrete, the hand excavation of five cubic yards of fill, the installation of 30 linear feet of sanitary plumbing, three water closets, one urinal, and painted 350 square feet of ceiling and 1,000 square feet of walls.




DETAIL DELARAM LEADING PETTY OFFICER AND QUALITY CONTROL SUPERVISOR, HEADQUARTERS COMPANY PLATOON CHIEF, TRAINING DEPARTMENT LEADING PETTY OFFICER, AND NAVCENT DETACHMENT LEADING PETTY OFFICER FOR U.S. NAVAL MOBILE CONSTRUCTION BATTALION ONE THIRTY THREE. CHIEF COX WAS THE BATTALION'S NUMBER ONE RANKED FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICER IN A HIGHLY COMPETITIVE GROUP OF 55! HIS TIRELESS DEDICATION TO SAILOR MENTORSHIP PRODUCED 88 WARFARE QUALIFICATIONS, FIVE JUNIOR SAILORS OF THE QUARTER, TWO BLUEJACKETS OF THE QUARTER, AND EARNED RECOGNITION AS 20XX SENIOR SAILOR OF THE YEAR. HIS INNOVATIONS IN TRAINING CURRICULUMS DIRECTLY CONTRIBUTED TO THE ATTAINMENT OF 1,234 SKILLS ACROSS THE BATTALION, GREATLY ENHANCING TACTICAL AND DEPLOYMENT READINESS. CHIEF COX'S SUPERLATIVE PERFORMANCE, UNPARALLELED LEADERSHIP, AND OUTSTANDING DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




Reserve Component Operations Officer for 20th Seabee Readiness Group/Naval Construction Group TWO, Gulfport, Mississippi from XXXXXX 20XX to XXXXXX 20XX. As Reserve Component Augment Unit Operations Officer, Chief Posey efficiently managed limited funding in excess of $2,000,000 for multiple training evolutions for 140 Seabees and over 5,000 man days of support to Reserve and Active Component Naval Construction Force Units. Chief Posey managed Seabees residing in 22 different states and spent 10 hours a week, while off-duty, completing monthly reports and conference calls.

Ensured all food, construction materials, and equipment were on hand for the completion of all assigned tasks.

As Company Chief he managed the Company in an exemplary manner, bringing Bravo company to the forefront of the Battalion.

Managed the day to day operations in the rehabilitation of a 20,000 sq. ft. barracks at NPS Monterey.

Chief Pozzi demonstrated outstanding management skills while performing as Augment Operations Officer. He managed multiple training evolutions for 135 Seabees and the provision of 2,000 man days of support to Naval Construction Force Units. His superb management skills led to 90% of his Seabees attaining 9502 Naval Enlisted Classifications, Master Training Specialist, or Seabee Military Instructor.




Petty Officer Mixon is a highly qualified technical specialist who has earned 250 mandays and saved over $90,000 in labor costs on 10 projects. UT3 Mixon has the manual dexterity and intellectual capacity to be an expert in the field of Utilities.

As camp maintenance crew member, he aided in the completion of 28 trouble calls in Battalion work spaces preparing for building turnover with 31st SRG. Additionally he ensured the routine upkeep and beautification of Battalion work spaces and improved the quality of life for Battalion personnel.

He was an effective member of the React Team during the 2015 FTX. A driving force behind repelling multiple enemy attempts to enter the camp through the ECP. He also assisted in the erection and retrograde of 20 tents during two relocations of the camp during the exercise. He assisted in the setup of a leech field and the setup and tear down of three ECPs.

While forward deployed to Sharana, Afghanistan, UT3 Mixon placed 33 cd of concrete for the Trauma Center, facilitating the emergency treatment of injured personnel within the golden hour. He also assisted in the set up of a LAMS-A that served as a fitness center. As safety supervisor for Guard Tower, he was key to erecting five guard towers which greatly increased camp security. Petty Officer Mixon placed 25 cd of concrete for a PX sidewalk, increasing safety for DoD employees. UT3 Mixon installed P3 at three TOCs for a total of 880 lf. Assisted in the repair of an ANA barracks, placing 40cd of concrete for a conference room.



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