Instructor Eval Statements
- GIFTED INSTRUCTOR. Led Admin training sessions on Navy Advancement Policy and on GOVCC APC, increasing Admin Division's overall professional knowledge on those subjects.
REMARKABLE LEADER. Serving as acting Leading Chief Petty Officer, Sailors thrived under his tutelage. He was responsible for 15 instructor qualifications, 2 MTS qualifications, over 1,500 total instructional hours, 100% CWAY approval and 2 Sailors pursuing degrees.
UNMATCHED COMMAND IMPACT. As Waterfront LSO he is my catalyst for ensuring instructor readiness and effectiveness. He led 6 instructor training sessions leading to the sustainment of 44 instructors and qualification of 6 new instructors. Additionally, he meticulously managed 70 courses of instruction, improving the training product provided to the fleet. As the linchpin of my MTS program, he coordinated 33 training sessions and oversaw 7 MTS boards and tests, resulting in 7 new MTS qualified personnel.
- DECKPLATE FRONTLINE LEADER. As MTU 3011 Division Learning Site LPO, he directly managed 37 Sailors and Marines in the management and execution of 38 Intermediate Level courses and integrated the ATE learning site training schedule in support of fleet operations, graduating 156 highly qualified war fighters. He authored and reviewed nine E-5 evaluations and two E-5 close-out evaluations for his chain of command to review and sign.
- MOTIVATING INSTRUCTOR. Instructed 13 CASS classes at building 7515 on Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Miramar, graduating 39 qualified CASS technicians after the delivery of 1,120 instructional hours. His interactive teaching method kept students' attention and improved overall grades.
- MASTER TRAINING SPECIALIST. Provided 40 hours of formal Master Training Specialist (MTS) classroom training to 13 instructors, evaluated five MTS ready instructors, and chaired one final MTS board. His efforts resulted in the qualification of six new Master Training Specialists, improving the MTU qualification rate by 20% and enhancing the quality of instruction provided to the fleet.
- SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT. Arranged and chaired the AN/USM-676(V)2 Pin-Point Infra-Red Receiver (IRR) Test Station West-Coast Conference between Wyle Corporation and the Department of the Navy concerning the addition of Pin-Point to the CASS pipeline. He reviewed the Pin-Point IRR Test Station Maintainer Manual (RIAC TAT-237) for accuracy and CASS troubleshooting relevancy, and ensured Fleet Feedback was submitted in a timely manner via the Training Situation Document and Instructional Performance Requirements Document. He also helped develop two testing boxes to be used for lab demonstrations for Pin-Point students.
- PROBLEM SOLVER. As an ATE command advocate, he assisted the department head in developing and teaching a brand-new CASS Refresher course to 22 Navy and Marine Corps personnel being transferred to Miramar to ensure that CASS instruction was uniform and consistent throughout the entire MTU.
- COMMUNITY AMBASSADOR. He coordinated over 400 volunteer hours contributed by 123 Sailors and Marines in support of the world's largest Navy and Marine Corps Air Show. He also volunteered over 40 hours to MCAS Miramar Leatherneck Aircraft Museum.
- CERTIFIED ELECTRONICS GURU. Completed United States Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP) as an Electronics Tester.
- LEADERSHIP MENTOR. After graduating from The Foundry 365 Leadership Academy, he spent 20 hours in preparation and three hours teaching the principles behind his newly gained leadership knowledge to all ATE Division E-6s so they could benefit as well which resulted in a noticeable improvement in the command climate throughout the ATE school house.
Evaluation submitted on the occasion of CSCS Det East Change of Command.
Open, honest, and frank communicator, Master Chief Valladares possesses a keen ability to tell it like it is. His enterprising approach ensures well-informed decision making at the school house during special and critical labs and day to day events throughout the command.
TECHNICAL EXPERTISE. He provided mentoring in the implementation and revisions of new and existing course curriculum. Exceptional management and administrative oversight of the UNREP/Seamanship department's daily routine, ensuring material readiness of all the facilities.
SUPERB LEADER. As Departmental LCPO, he sets the highest standards for the command, the department, and in the CPO mess, Morale, esprit de corps, pride, and most importantly, operational success are a result of this leader.
PFA Cycle 2 2014 BCA Failed. Although not within standards for that cycle, he quickly set personal goals, made significant changes in his culture of fitness which resulted in Passing 15-1 PFA cycle.
He continues to actively instill pride, professionalism and responsibility by molding sailors into the next generation of leaders. Committed to excellence in every endeavor, Master Chief Valladares is an absolute front runner for any program he chooses to pursue.
Cross trained and qualified in two courses ensuring maximized instructor utilization. Delivered 150 hours of instruction through three course convenes resulting in 100% graduation rate and delivering 36 analysts to the fleet.
His knowledge and tireless efforts directly contributed to the qualification of 2 Field Safety Chiefs, 5 Aircraft Structure Chiefs, 4 Shipboard Structure Chiefs, 2 Buttercup Structure Chiefs and 16 instructors which directly and positively impacted the training of over 15,000 students.
Dynamic Instructor. Integrated with ATG to conduct A+ training so the Fleet can meet their TYCOM requirements. As one of the Lead instructors, he also served as Mobile Training Team Leader in Camp Lejeune, teaching over a 1,500 Marines in Aircraft Firefighting.
He utilized his knowledge as a Tactical Combat Casualty Care instructor to train and qualify 100% of Bravo Company's enlisted Marines as Combat Life Savers.
A TRUSTED MENTOR AND SKILLED INSTRUCTOR, HE PERSONALLY TRAINED 12 AIRFRAME TECHNICIANS AND QUALIFIED FOUR COLLATERAL DUTY INSPECTORS.
Developed and trained 6 instructors who graduated over 1,100 surface cargo handling students; increased fleet and mission readiness and produced the most qualified forward deployed cargo handlers for 4 Combatant Commanders to support OIF, OEF, and OND.
TRAINED 34 NEWLY ADVANCED SAILORS AS A LEAD INSTRUCTOR FOR THE PETTY OFFICER LEADERSHIP COURSE AT NAVY OPERATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER IN ORLANDO, FL.
He developed and guided 11 advancement classes for 35 eligible Sailors and 7 instructors which contributed to a 40% advancement rate for his department.
PETTY OFFICER JONES DISPLAYED EXCEPTIONAL TRAINING SKILLS WHILE INSTRUCTING OVER 500 OFFICER AND ENLISTED STUDENTS IN MORE THAN 10 TACTICAL COURSES OF INSTRUCTION.
Led discussion and practical application, which produced better prepared Marines for the operational forces during a time of war.
PETTY OFFICER ZIPPLIES SUCESSFULLY TRAINED AND MENTORED FIVE NHCS CLASSES, THIRTY FIVE DIVE MEDICAL TECHNICIAN/RECONNAISSANCE CORPSMEN AND DRAMATICALLY REDUCED ATTRITION RATES IN CRITICALLY MANNED NECs TO 26 PERCENT, THE LOWEST IN THE THREE YEARS SINCE PROGRAM INCEPTION.
He successfully condensed course timelines as he upgraded the curriculum from a self-paced format to a "blended solution".
PETTY OFFICER JOHNSON DEMONSTRATED EXCEPTIONAL TRAINING SKILLS WHILE INSTRUCTING OVER 1,000 OFFICER AND ENLISTED STUDENTS IN THE SINGLE SHIP ASW AND ASW EVALUATOR COURSES OF INSTRUCTION. HIS DETAILED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASED FLEET ASW READINESS.
An exceptional instructor, he mentored and trained students in Engineering and Weapon Systems, drawing on unique fleet experience few junior officers have attained as a qualified Tactical Action Officer for a Sea Combat Commander during a 5th Fleet deployment.
HIS DETAILED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE ENSURED FORWARD DEPLOYED NAVAL FORCES MAINTAINED PEAK OPERATIONAL READINESS AND ENSURED THE CONTINUED HIGH LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
ISC Sullivan successfully balanced and managed his OPINTEL staff to meet an extremely robust course schedule as well as assist other departments in AD-Hoc training requirements for the Intelligence Team Trainer, Scan Eagle, and C4ISR courses of instruction.
DISPLAYED EXCEPTIONAL TRAINING SKILLS WHILE PROVIDING OVER 200 HOURS OF INSTRUCTION TO OFFICER AND ENLISTED LEARNERS DURING 13 PREDEPLOYMENT AND BASIC SUBMARINE TRAINING PERIODS AND 17 TACTICAL COURSES. HIS DETAILED KNOWLEDGE AND RAPPORT WITH A DIVERSE AUDIENCE ENSURED DEPLOYING NAVAL FORCES MAINTAINED PEAK MISSION READINESS.
Responsible for more than 30 Officer Candidates, he dedicated himself to their training and advancement by serving as Department Head, Division Officer, and Command Career Counselor simultaneously.
PETTY OFFICER POZZI SUCCESSFULLY TRAINED OVER 1,200 STUDENTS FROM THREE ACTIVE AND TWO RESERVE BATTALIONS IN THE SAFE AND EFFECTIVE EMPLOYMENT OF THE M240B MACHINE GUN, MK-19 GRENADE LAUNCHER, AND 50 CAL MACHINE GUN, INCREASING PERSONNEL READINESS BY 40%.
Supervised and mentored 24 military and civilian instructors across three courses of instruction. His superior performance increased the quality and fleet readiness of 1024 active and reserve enlisted and officer students.
HE LED OR PARTICIPATED IN 44 TACTICAL TRAINING EVENTS, PROVIDING CRITICAL TRAINING AND SHIPBOARD ASSESSMENTS FOR 11 FDNF VESSELS WHILE ENSURING THE READINESS OF MORE THAN 1,000 FDNF SAILORS AND OFFICERS.
AC1 Foster was instumental in the development and execution of six changes in course curriculum assisting in the expeditous training of hundreds of students.
AS A SECOND CLASS PETTY OFFICER, HE PERFORMED DUTIES NORMALLY CONDUCTED BY A COURSE CURRICULUM MODEL MANAGER TO OVERCOME TRAINING SHORTCOMINGS BY DEVELOPING THE CURRICULUM TO IMPLEMENT AN/BYG-1 SYSTEM PLOTS INTO THE ELECTRONIC PLOTS COURSES.
Accountable at every level of training and development of 120 students annually as summer cruise coordinator, he positively influenced the future of the United States Navy and Marine Corps.
HIS STEADFAST DEVOTION TO DUTY WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE TRAINING OF OVER 9,000 NEW CORPSMEN, ALLOWING A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF WELL TRAINED AND PHYSICALY CAPABLE CORPSMAN TO THE FLEET.
He provided world class training to the Bangor and Bremerton waterfronts as the Course Supervisor for the Quality Assurance Officer course.
EXPERTLY GUIDED 6 CLASSES AND 350 STUDENTS WITH AN ATTRITION RATE OF ONLY 1% AND A CUMULATIVE GRADE POINT AVERAGE OF 85% WHICH EXCEEDED THE CORPS SCHOOL AVERAGE.
He expertly performed his duties as the fleet-wide Course Curriculum Model Manager for both Perspective Nuclear Engineering Officer and Operational Water Chemistry courses.
Petty Officer Night taught XXX hours to XXX joint students with a XX% graduation rate and a XX% pass rate on the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) Exam, a 20% increase over the national average.