Frocking Report Examples
***Outstanding Petty Officer with a can-do attitude.
Always willing to take on more challenging tasks with greater responsibility.***
EXCELLENT LEADER. As the Training Petty Officer for Cargo Terminal Company Alpha, she processed six school requests for Quarters one through three, spending five hours a month updating the Plane for the Sailor spreadsheet. She performed over 80 entries and verified completion of General Military Training and e-Learning course entries into FLTMPS for 18 Sailors. Additionally, she entered 47 OPSEC trainings into FLTMPS for Cargo Terminal Company Alpha resulting in 100 percent completion. She also facilitated My Navy Assignment and EAW classes which resulted in 100 signatures for three sailors for EXW Common Core and Unit specific.
TRAINEX. GM1 worked outside of her watch bill position and logged 31 hours for 11k MMV and seven hours of drive time for a 15 Ton Stake Truck to include moving, staging, and convoying over 40 containers.
GM1 has demonstrated her capabilities and extreme pride in the daily performance of her duties.
She has unlimited growth potential. Ready for increased responsibilities as LPO.
Submitted on the occasion of Senior Chief Rowe's Selection to Master Chief Petty Officer.
Resetting my E8 Average and is no reflection on his performance. FITREP SHOULD BE READ AS ABOVE MY AVERAGE. Master Chief Rowe's performance as SEL has been exemplary.
-EXCEPTIONAL LEADER: His direct leadership and mentoring of 39 Sailors led to his unit winning one SOY, JSOY, BJOY, SOQ, two BJOQs, four individual awards, and one advancement. He chaired 10 CDBs, enabling Sailors to make good career choices, increasing retention. As the EM awards board SEL, he reviewed four EM awards this period, giving feedback prior to submission to USS FRANK CABLE (AS-40) - two awards have been given this FY.
-AT: Served as GOAT Lead for 10 reserve Sailors, supporting 1420 man-hours to the USS EMORY S. LAND (AS-39) Repair Department. His group completed 30 JQRs total, six members qualified DC 301-306, one 3M Maintenance Person, and two attended a Gas-Free Engineering class. Additionally, they supported two hours for COMREL at the local dog shelter in Guam.
-RECOGNIZED EXPERT: Asked by NOSC Denver's CMC to run the board for the 2nd quarter SOQ/JSOQ/BJOQ awards, leading three SEL's in the grading of 11 quarterly packages. He completed the PMK-EE for E4 through E7, showing his subordinates anyone can benefit from continued education.
*** HE HAS MY HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION FOR SELECTION FOR COMMAND MASTER CHIEF ***
* MY #1 OF 3 EXCEPTIONALLY TALENTED FROCKED FORWARD DEPLOYED FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICERS! *
-DYNAMIC LEADER. Deftly monitored all aspects of the Administrative Department, leading five personnel in the processing of 538 general and technical correspondence documents, 64 Naval messages, 59 directives, 127 personal awards and 132 fitness/evaluation reports resulting in 52 of 52 programs graded as on "On Track" during COMHSCWINGPAC Command Assessment Visit.
-ASTUTE MENTOR. Demonstrated the highest degree of leadership and guidance to 40 Yeoman and Personnel Specialists in drafting legal charges, thereby increasing knowledge necessary for advancement across Carrier Air Wing FIVE. His personal mentorship fostered 100 USMAP enrollments, two advancements, two Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialists, two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals, one FLOC, and one Blue Jacket of the Quarter.
-COMMAND DEDICATION. As an active member of the FCPOA he delivered Petty Officer 24/7 training and Suicide Prevention/Violent Crimes training during command indoctrination resulting in increased advancement potential and a smooth welcome aboard process for over 30 Sailors.
*** AN IMPRESSIVE SAILOR ON TRACK FOR CHIEF PETTY OFFICER! ***