Intelligence Eval Inputs
*** MY #6 OF 33 HIGHLY COMPETITIVE SECOND CLASS PETTY OFFICERS! ***
***A MODEL SAILOR! DISPLAYS THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONALISM AND DEDICATION!***
-PROVEN LEADER AND ANALYST. Vital to the success of all coalition forces within the COMFIFTHFLT AOR, she led a team of three analysts in the validation of over 2,100 flight hours and 220 weapons employments, developed 100 weapon system videos, and produced 960 time sensitive reports and 96 intelligence summaries in support of Operation INHERENT RESOLVE. Additionally, she created 21 Strike Intelligence Analysis Center products and briefed COMCARSTRKGRU-8 leadership on 3 occasions, increasing battlespace awareness.
- SUPERIOR INITIATIVE. Organized and supervised the transition for the Joint Mission Planning System from H8 to H10+ software, she installed 72 required updates and troubleshot countless system issues for 6 mission critical assets. She led 2 Sailors in the review of 185 Isolated Personnel Reports which ensured the squadron's ability to deploy.
-COMMUNITY INVOLVED. A dedicated volunteer, she devoted 156 off-duty hours to the Oak Harbor football cheer league as the midget cheer head coach.
*BLK 20: PRT portion of 2016 cycle 1 PFA waived due to operational deployment.
***A SUSTAINED SUPERIOR PERFORMER WHO CONSISTENTLY PRODUCES IMPECCABLE RESULTS!***
Led 100+ Joint-Service and civilian personnel in the 24/7 collection, processing, and dissemination of intelligence products in support of Joint Task Force Commanders and National customers.
He managed operational support for over 200 Sailors providing 8,000 man-days, (ENTER RESULTS FROM OPS REPORTS). His ability to properly apply talent to effectively support CWMA 61, CSA 63, and CDA 64 facilitated (ENTER FEEDBACK FROM OPS REPORTS). His leadership resulted in the successful execution of more than 30 mobilizations and provided vital Signals Intelligence support to Operation Inherent Resolve and Operation Enduring Freedom. Further, he oversaw the formation of the first-of-its-kind Navy Reserve Cyber Protection Team Detachment One in support of CDA 61.
***STELLAR ANALYST THAT CONTINUES TO GO ABOVE AND BEYOND TO POSITIVELY IMPACT JUNIOR SAILORS IN THE COMMAND!***
- BUDDING LEADER. As one of two junior Team Leaders, IS2 managed 11 Sailors on the ONI Crisis Response Team and dedicated 12 hours training watchstanders, which resulted in a 94% qualification rate. Volunteered to be an ACFL immediately upon meeting rank requirement, quickly integrated into the FEP program by leading three PT sessions for 13 Sailors and ensured 100% compliance with Navy directives.
- GIFTED ANALYST. Authored 15 intelligence products viewed 2,600 times which supported the fleet and increased situational awareness for Theater and National level decision makers. Produced 42 in depth analytic reports and contributed to four executive briefings which provided valuable input for National level strategy and policy making.
- COMMUNITY ADVOCATE. As Nimitz OIC volunteer coordinator, planned and organized three volunteer events attended by 48 Sailors who contributed 288 hours of community service. Efforts greatly enhanced the relationship between the Navy and the local community.
***IS2 XXXXXX is a motivated professional who has clearly established herself as an invaluable member of the Department. Highly recommended for advancement to First Class Petty Officer!***
- EXCEPTIONAL ANALYST. As EUCOM analyst, he produced and contributed to 24 ONI Today products included in 72 executive read books that resulted in 4,400 views. His analytical proficiency delivered timely Intelligence that increased situational awareness for Theater and National level decision makers.
- ENGAGED MENTOR. Devoted 65 hours to train and qualify six Sailors for the EUCOM Global Maritime Watch Desk which increased watch flexibility during a critical manning phase. Hand selected by Senior leadership to attend Training Requirement Review for IS A and OPINTEL C school at Information Warfare Training Command. Provided input for eight days to enhance and mold future training requirements for the Sailor 2025 initiative.
- FITNESS ADVOCATE. As an ACFL contributed to the FEP program and led the way by proctoring three evolutions during the 17-2 cycle PFA which resulted in a 98% pass rate for Nimitz OIC.
- SUPERB ANALYST. As a WSTT analyst, maintained 11 historical databases and tracked 82 adversary units by processing 2,383 intelligence reports and 848 graphplots. Additionally, tracked 15 threat submarine movements and deployments, and ensured database reflection of 120 adversary submarine events into an ONI reference database. Efforts resulted in seven intelligence products for historical reference and accurate long-term trend analysis.
- MISSION FOCUSED. Selected as part of the ONI Production Team, compiled over 600 Fleet level intelligence reports for the Commander of ONI and senior level decision makers and maintained 20 electronic read books. Dedicated 20 hours in support of the Nimitz daily intelligence brief for ONI-wide situational awareness.
- COMMUNITY MINDED. Spearheaded restoration work for 48 hours with five fellow junior Sailors at the local V.F.W Post 9619 who represented a positive image to the local community and reduced V.F.W. maintenance and restoration fees by more than $37,000.
***IS3 XXXXXXX is an invaluable analyst to WSTT; always willing to take on more challenging tasks and greater responsibility. Fulfilled short-term gap of LPO position flawlessly!***
- DRIVEN LEADER. As Workcenter Supervisor, directed a branch of three Sailors conducting all source intelligence for threat submarine tracking to support the CENTCOM and PACOM Theater and National level Intelligence Community. Oversaw production of 91 daily, 24 weekly/monthly products highlighting critical submarine deployments in respective Theaters.
- SUPERIOR ANALYST. Maintained four historical databases and tracked 46 adversary units by processing 9,057 detailed intelligence reports. Manually entered 347 events and tracked 28 deployments for adversary submarines into an ONI reference database. Efforts resulted in 12 products for Fleet customers, which received positive feedback from CTF-67 Commodore.
- COMMAND FOCUSED. Provided 50 volunteer hours for annual Nimitz Day at the Ballpark and the 2018 ONI Commander's Cup. Provided 45 hours of training and qualified seven junior Sailors on the ONI Production Team and the flawless distribution of 20 Electronic Readbooks to ONI senior leadership. If not for rank requirement, would be an ACFL. Provided over 50 hours assisting peers in meeting their physical fitness goals.
***A positive role model in the Department and among peers. Promote to IS2 now!***
Led the XXXXXXXX to winning the Intelligence Excellence Award for 2016 and 2017 awarded by the Commander, Surface Forces, San Diego for superior performance in intelligence among all other LHD/A's in the fleet for the second year in a row.
- EXEMPLARY LEADER. Divisional Workcenter Supervisor directly led seven Sailors in all-source analysis of 40 intelligence products increasing ONI's understanding of adversarial operations. Mentorship resulted in three Sailors earning their EIWS qualification.
- ACCOMPLISHED ANALYST. Contributed to 20 ONI Today articles resulting in 1,510 views, including eight executive. Maintained collaborative working relationships with senior analysts improving situational awareness for ONI leadership and fleet level customers.
- COMMAND INVOLVED. ACFL designated FEP administrator, organized 50 FEP sessions with 16 ACFLs for 13 FEP members; proctored six PRT's during the 18-1 cycle. Efforts ensured proper exercise routines, accountability and a 98% Command pass rate. As Volunteer Coordinator, coordinated two volunteer events for 18 Sailors who contributed 144 hours of civic service to local organizations such as Special Olympics of Maryland and The Mission Continues.
-BLOCK 20: Cycle 18-1 within BCA standards and waived from PRT based on elevated score.
-VITAL TEAM MEMBER. Led 6 joint service members, to include civilians, through the production of 16 SOPs and performance satisfaction evals to clarify personnel gaps, roles, responsibilities, and mission requirements. Key liaison for 6 Component Command GEOINT teams. Streamlined AOR training requirements, which contributed to enhanced operational efficiency and customer satisfaction for allied partners.
Created an all source Google Earth program, providing the user with easier access to imagery and all source Intel and giving the user the ability to visually exploit hundreds of images in seconds, increasing Target Materials imagery exploitation times by 1500% while simultaneously displaying active ISR locations, live and archived ISR video, ELINT, and all source geospatial data that can be shared with any Analyst throughout the IC.
Served as the Desk Lead for the Senior Watch Supervisor desk, responsible for the release of all ONI NIMITZ GMW produced daily intelligence products used by the fleet worldwide. Volunteered for a year-long Individual Augmentee assignment to Afghanistan and was a highly valued analyst for the ISAF IJC intelligence center. While placed in the Innovation Office's Maritime Advanced Geospatial Intelligence Center (MAGIC), IS1 Reese was the sole US Navy enlisted member tasked to conduct initial testing of emerging intelligence tools and programs.
Task Unit 56.9.1 senior analyst, IS1 Cooper expertly lead a six-man watch team in the production of 120 executive summaries, 77 intelligence summaries and key indications and warnings to 9 forward deployed collectors operating across three combined task forces. He managed XX pieces of intelligence and cryptological collection equipment worth $$ dollars by conducting xx monthly inventories with zero discrepancies.
Intelligence exploitation team member from June to December 2012. IS2 Nelson conducted six Visit, Board, Search and Seizure boardings while operating on three U.S. naval vessels. His boardings resulted in the seizure of more than 1,100 pounds of hashish, worth over $2,000,000. He provided 40 hours of training to the USS PORTER and USS NITZE boarding teams in biometric collection, site exploitation, tactical questioning and media exploitation.
As Assistant Command Security Manager, he serviced over 1,000 customers by facilitating ship access for over 500 visitors and processed over 3,000 PSNS CIA badges and 200 personnel security clearances. He personally managed, trained, and qualified 13 department security managers resulting in the USS NIMITZ' first security management investigation pass during an assist. As Repair Parts Petty Officer, he saved the Navy over $11,000 by aquiring X-09 security locks.
MISSION FOCUSED. As CONUS Operations Support Assistant, tracked and supported the daily collection operations of 10 FOG detachments responsible for 3,000,000 square miles of contiguous United States. His efforts in combining analytical expertise with carefully selected HUMINT targeting aided in the publishing of over 100 Intelligence Information Reports.
TRUSTED ADVISOR. As a HUMINT collector with previous tours experience, he aided in the training of three Petty Officers unfamiliar with Human Intelligence during two turnover periods. His relentless effort to increase the skills of his coworkers directly affected the FOG Ops Support Detachment's productivity while supporting operations worldwide.
COMMAND REPRESENTATIVE. As a FOG Operations Support Assistant located at the Office of Naval Intelligence, worked hand in hand with other commands, agencies, and services. His efforts to advertise the FOG mission and increase the Intelligence Community's awareness of FOG operations resulted in the stand-up of three interagency sensitive collection missions.
Petty Officer First Class Pyle has been the standard bearer for CPF-0194. He has continuously volunteered to serve in any capacity in order to assist the command with mission success. IS1 Pyle joined the unit and immediately began volunteering for exercise support. He led a small contingency of 6 Sailors in support of a two-week COMSUBPAC exercise, followed immediately by volunteering for a pilot program known as the Remote Watch Standing Concept.
MARITIME INTERCEPTION OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE EXPLOITATION TEAM OPERATOR AT TASK UNIT 56.9.1. AS THE INTELLIGENCE EXPLOITATION TEAM LEADER WHILE ABOARD THE USS LAKE CHAMPLAIN, PETTY OFFICER SAILOR CONDUCTED THE DEBRIEFING OF 35 RESCUED PERSONS AT SEA THAT WERE BEING ILLEGALLY TRANSPORTED. BY UTILIZING HIS EXPERTISE, HIS TEAM WAS ABLE TO INDENTIFY THREE SUSPECTED HUMAN TRAFFICKERS AMONG THE RESCUED PERSONS, RESULTING IN 4 PRODUCTIVE INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION REPORTS.
MARITIME INTERCEPTION OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE EXPLOITATION TEAM OPERATOR AT TASK UNIT 56.9.1. PETTY OFFICER SAILOR, WHILE MAINTAINING HIS REGULAR DUTIES, COORDINATED AND EXECUTED A SECURITY SWEEP OF A SUSPECTED PIRATED VESSEL. HIS EXEMPLARY EFFORTS IN THE DEBRIEFING OF THE 22 CREWMEMBERS LED TO A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN AWARENESS OF PIRATE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES. HIS EXEMPLARY PERFORMANCE WAS RECOGNIZED AND PRAISED BY THE CREW OF THE USS KAUFFMAN.
MARITIME INTERCEPTION OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE EXPLOITATION TEAM OPERATOR AT TASK UNIT 56.9.1. WHILE ONBOARD THE USS O'KANE, PETTY OFFICER SAILOR PLANNED AND EXECUTED THE VISIT, BOARD, SEARCH AND SEIZURE TEAM'S TRAINING PROGRAM. HIS EXCEPTIONAL ENTHUSIASM, OUTSTANDING TECHNICAL EXPERTISE AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS CONTRIBUTED TO OVER 40 HOURS OF TRAINING CONSISTING OF INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION, BIOMETRIC METHODS, QUESTIONING TECHNIQUES AND COMBATIVE TRAINING. HIS EXEMPLARY PERFORMANCE WAS RECOGNIZED AND PRAISED BY THE USS O'KANE.
MARITIME INTERCEPTION OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE EXPLOITATION TEAM OPERATOR AT TASK UNIT 56.9.1. PETTY OFFICER SEAMAN'S EXTRAORDINARY PERFORMANCE SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACTED THE SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATION OF MIO-IET ON COALITION VESSELS, AS WELL AS, THE EFFECTIVE EXECUTION OF MARITIME INTERCEPT OPERATIONS IN THE ARABIAN GULF. HIS DEVOTION TO DUTY AND ATTENTION TO DETAIL LED TO THE COMPLETION OF 5 APPROACH AND ASSIST VISITS AND 2 BOARDINGS AND 5 INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION REPORTS.
MARITIME INTERCEPTION OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE EXPLOITATION TEAM OPERATOR AT TASK UNIT 56.9.1. DISPLAYING EXCEPTIONAL SKILL, RESOURCEFULNESS AND INITIATIVE, HE ORGANIZED AND SUPERVISED 40 HOURS OF TRAINING FOR 14 MIO-IET MEMBERS AND 15 VISIT, BOARD, SEARCH AND SEIZURE (VBSS) TEAM MEMBERS ON INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION, MEDIA EXPLOITATION, AND BIOMETRICS METHODS, RESULTING IN 12 SUCCESSFUL BOARDINGS AND 25 IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION REPORTS.
MARITIME INTERCEPTION OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE EXPLOITATION TEAM ANALYST AT TASK UNIT 56.9.1. PETTY OFFICER SEAMAN PROVIDED SUPERB ANALYTICAL, INTELLIGENCE, AND LOGISTICAL SUPPORT TO NAVAL FORCES CENTRAL COMMAND THROUGH THE METICULOUS MANAGEMENT OF 555 PIECES OF MISSION ESSENTIAL SENSITIVE EQUIPMENT VALUED AT OVER $500,000. PETTY OFFICER SEAMAN'S EFFORTS WERE DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR MIO-IET MEMBERS COMPLETING 37 INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION REPORTS, 15 BOARDINGS, AND 11 APPROACH AND ASSIST VISITS.
Developing Analyst - IS3 Pettaway has completed Annual Training to NSA Bahrain, by supporting the Violent Extremist Organization department. During his time there he helped create 3 intelligence briefs and briefed them to the N2 and Department head.
Dedicated Junior Sailor - IS3 Pettaway completed another Annual Training at Joint Staff Complex as a Dissemination manager. He disseminated approximately 15 injects during his time. IS3 Pettaway also created a workshop binder for all departments to follow correct protocol and procedures for dissemination.
- IS3 Pettaway escorted for JRIC. Since 12FEB2018 he has completed 400 hours of escorting.
- IS3 Pettaway received Blue Jacket of the Quarter.
- ADT at NCDOC where IS3 Pettaway received training on Cyber awareness and Cyber defense.
Capable Analyst. As a Worldwide submarine Tracking Team (WSTT) member, IS3 input 1,083 analyzed contact reports and 448 graphplots within four databases for 13 high interest platforms. His efforts provided historical reference for accurate trend analysis and contributed to the production of six intelligence products. He dedicated 10 hours updating the WSTT Intellipedia page, which provides historical analysis to Fleet assets.
Mission Focused. Responsible for overseeing the proper daily collection, safe handling, storage, and accountability for 20 electronic readbooks. His efforts contributed to enterprise-wide situational awareness of current high interest intelligence reporting from the Intelligence Community.
Increased Involvement. He eagerly created and briefed three in-rate presentations to 42 Sailors in order to prepare them for the Navy wide advancement exam supporting the promotion of seven Sailors.
-DEDICATED ANALYST. As an imagery watch analyst, IS3 Smith exploited 732 images and produced 614 initial phase intelligence reports in support of standing 7th FLEET and PACOM requirements. In support of the BHR SNOOPIE Team, she produced and disseminated over 700 IPIRs, two high profile IIRs, and 20 geospatial intelligence products; while employing all-source research, imagery exploitation, and analytic skill in support of PFIF and SEVENTHFLT operational requirements.
- SUPERB MANAGER. Systematized the stowage of 350 classified items and clearances for 255 personnel. Effort directly resulted in classified audit times reduced by 90 percent with zero discrepancies or security violations.
- DEDICATED SHIPMATE. While supplementing the OPS Yeoman position, IS2 flawlessly maintained flight log books for 18 pilots and organized 133 daily smooth flight schedules.
- AGGRESSIVE LEADERSHIP. During Air Wing Fallon detachment, supervised the production of 36 timely and accurate intelligence briefings ensuring Aircrew mission success. As LPO lead to CVW2 receiving high marks and grades during Air Wing Fallon.
Proven Expert. Assisted in the production and presentation of a high level briefing to the United States Ambassador to Turkey, the Turkish General Staff, and several other U.S. and Turkish National Agencies; improved U.S. and Turkish relations and demonstrated U.S. comittment to assist Turkey. Unprecedented considering her rank and normally associated with a senior civilian or junior officer.
PO1 Loyal was a major factor in the successful establishment of the MCAST Information Department.
Demonstrating extraordinary management and leadership skills, Petty Officer Loyal oversaw the successful completion of daily deliverables, fleet requirements, and tactically efficient detachment operations. Petty Officer Loyal also ensured real-world intelligence and predictive battle space analysis was presented to all 10 combat aircrews and warfare decision makers.
As ISOPREP Manager, IS1 Loyal created and validated more than one hundred Isolated Personnel Recovery packages.
As a Target Division Intel Analyst, she employed all source research, imagery and analytical skills to develop and deliver accurate target databases for operational plans, response options, on-going operations and contingencies in the CENTCOM AOR.
She developed and presented 12 classified briefings to both command staff and joint teams being deployed.
Organized and facilitated two Fleet Cyber Intelligence Enterprise VTCs, ensuring that subordinate commands received valuable guidance and updates to Navy Cyber Intelligence policy.
Planned, prepared for, and exercised the employment/deployment of multi-national forces, including 20 countries, to the United States Central Command AOR.
Created ten MCAST Intelligence Standard Operating Procedures.
IS1 Casper's persistent efforts to coordinate with unit members across the United States led to a 100% completion rate in submission of Annual Training orders for the unit's 18 cross-assigned-in members. Taking over the task at just an 11% contact rate, IS1 Casper reconnected with 14 members and confirmed and acquired the mobilization orders of four members to ensure full participation in required yearly training. Cross-assigned members attended training and participated with six different commands, adding qualified and experienced personnel to the unit s available cross-assigned manning and improving the total number of qualified watchstanders to CNRMA ROC by an additional three cross-assigned members.
- IS1 Casper's collaboration with the unit's training division led to 100% completion of all required GMT courses for the 35 unit members assigned to NR CNRMA ROC. Utilizing the abilities of 10 different unit members, IS1 Casper scheduled and coordinated multiple classes of eight mandatory GMT courses and an additional seven recommended GMT courses, improving the unit completion rate of 44% to 100% in six months.
- IS1 Casper coordinated with the active duty component to increase the number of qualified watchstanders in the ROC by seven across nine months. Working as liaison to the ROC, IS1 Casper submitted monthly watchbills for the NR CNRMA ROC, helping to provide over 580 in-training man-hours to ROC qualification, representing and supporting active duty activities and responsibilities for Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic.
Led four junior Sailors in the error-free production of 97 Intelligence Updates and 65 kneeboard cards for 26 MEU pilots, gaining credibility in the Fifth Fleet AOR.
PETTY OFFICER SIMS PERFORMED HIS DUTIES WHILE OPERATING IN THE FAST-PACED AND DEMANDING ENVIRONMENT WITHIN THE NATIONAL JOINT OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE CENTER AND DIRECTOR FOR INTELLIGENCE, J2 HEADQUARTERS.
SERVED AS TRAINING OFFICER WITHIN THE OPERATIONS, TRAINING AND EVALUATION OFFICE, AND ENSURED OVER 85 MILITARY AND CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL ON THE NATIONAL JOINT OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE CENTER WATCH FLOOR WERE FIRMLY INTEGRATED INTO OPERATIONS, PROVIDING POSITION-SPECIFIC TRAINING AND THOROUGHLY EXPLAINED STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES.