Force Protection Eval Inputs
Auxiliary Security Force member Seaman Charles attended the ASF Academy and the NCIS Active Shooter course held on the installation. Seaman Charles qualified with OC (received level I and II contamination), M9 service pistol and M500 shotgun and Brig chaser/Prisoner Escort. His dedication coupled with his unparalleled knowledge in the areas of Force Protection and Weapons Handling is evidenced by the significant improvement of Tactical Readiness Evaluations on the waterfront since his arrival.
Seaman Charles stood 120 hours of watch in support of AT/FP measures to include active shooter drill Operation Solid Curtain. Stood security watches in support of 2 POTUS and 1 SECNAV visits that provided a secure environment. He supervised and participated in the inaugural Code Silver Active Shooter exercise with Kitsap County Fire and Ambulance units and all four CITADEL SHEILD/SOLID CURTAIN Force Protection exercises.
OS1 LOGAN PLANNED, COORDINATED, AND EXECUTED THE FIRST DEPLOYMENT OF A MSRON UNIT TO DJIBOUTI AFRICA IN SUPPORT OF FORCE PROTECTION AND HARBOR SECURITY.
Watch Commander. MA2 Nelson represented the Security Officer and supervised the daily operations of all law enforcement and force protection duties within Charlie Section including special assignments, RAMs, Weapons and Ammunition escorts, and Funds Escort. He supervised 13 deployed Air Force Security Forces personnel in the daily force protection of 7 high-value aircraft that directly supported the increased operations tempo during Operations Odyssey Dawn and Unified Protector in Libya.
PETTY OFFICER SULLIVAN'S EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGERIAL SKILLS WERE FUNDAMENTAL TO THE SUCCESS OF TRUMAN'S 160 SECURITY FORCE SAILORS IN PROVIDING ANTI-TERRORISM AND FORCE PROTECTION POINT DEFENSE. DURING THE DOCKED PLANNED INCREMENTAL AVAILABILITY 2016, HIS EFFORTS ENSURED THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF SECURITY AND FORCE PROTECTION WERE MET.
While under constant threat of enemy contact, Sgt Aceves was unwavering in his mission to secure dignitaries representing the US State Department. Sgt Aceves, with disregard for his own safety, left the security of his vehicle while under fire, to direct his convoy in engaging insurgent forces and effectively and safely escorted VIPs out of the contact area and to safety.
AS THE FORCE PROTECTION TRAINING TEAM (FPTT) LEADING PETTY OFFICER, HE PLANNED AND EXECUTED DETAILED TRAINING FOR 225 NSF AND DOD POLICE OFFICERS AS WELL AS OVER 100 AUXILIARY SECURITY FORCE PERSONNEL. HE DEMONSTRATED SUPERIOR LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS AS THE SUPERVISOR OF A SIX PERSON TRAINING TEAM WHICH PROVIDED TOP NOTCH INSTRUCTION FOR OVER 200 FORCE PROTECTION PERSONNEL DURING ANNUAL SUSTAINMENT TRAINING AND OC RECERTIFICATION.
AS A KEY MEMBER OF NAVY REGION SOUTHWEST AUXILIARY SECURITY FORCE, PETTY OFFICER KOTSKY LED 2 PLATOONS OF 88 SAILORS DEMONSTRATING HIS DIVERSE ABILITY IN THE FIELD OF FORCE PROTECTION.
For superior performance of duty as an Anti-terrorism/Force Protection Specialist while assigned to U. S. Naval Air Station Ram from January 2014 through January 2016. As a Patrolman, Petty Officer Smith personally processed more than 17 incident reports without error, directly impacting the base mission. He consistently performed his demanding duties in an exemplary and highly professional manner. Displaying high standards of professionalism and leadership, he responded to 48 calls for law enforcement and customer assistance service. He completed 110 Random Anti-terrorism Measures (RAM) which ensured the safety of the Sigonella community and a population of over 5,400 military, NATO and civilian personnel across two installations, two housing areas, and two remote support sites. Petty Officer Smith's exceptional ability, personal initiative, and loyal dedication to duty reflected great credit upon himself and the United States Naval Service.