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PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AS QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVE AND 900 DIVISION PRODUCTION CONTROL LEADING PETTY OFFICER IN FLEET READINESS CENTER NORTHWEST FROM MAY 2010 TO NOVEMBER 2012. PETTY OFFICER XXXXX'S SUPERIOR LEADERSHIP WAS CRITICAL TO ACTIONS WHICH ENSURED THE AVAILABILITY OF XX QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES SUPPORTING XX WORK CENTERS, THE QUALIFICATION OF SIX QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES, XX COLLATERAL DUTY INSPECTORS, AND TWO COLLATERAL DUTY QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVES. ADDITIONALLY, HE/SHE DIRECTED XX TECHNICIANS ACROSS XX WORK CENTERS PERFORMING SCHEDULED AND UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE ON XXXX SUPPORT EQUIPMENT LINE ITEMS WHICH RESULTED IN AN IMPRESSIVE XX PERCENT AVAILABILITY RATE SUPPORTING XX SQUADRONS AND TENANT COMMANDS. PETTY OFFICER XXXXX'S EXCEPTIONAL PROFESSIONALISM AND LOYAL DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




HARP 1801 lead, completing 28 events totaling 56 hours. As Logbook Petty Officer I sent out 25 weekly plans, completed 14 Master Flight File Updates, and Updated 185 Logbooks.

Active member for CSADD (15hours), representing them at the Command Children's Christmas Party, Pie in the Face in support of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, and Suicide Prevention and Awareness. Gave Squadron and Aircraft tour to 6 Japanese Government Officials and 32 young adults wanting to learn more about the military.

ACTC Level 200, As ACFL I proctored 4 PRTs for over 50 Sailors, 11 BCA weigh-ins, and 5 hours of FY 17 Cycle 1 and 2 reviews.




HM2 HUNT PERFORMED HIS DUTIES IN A SUPERIOR MANNER. HIS PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE COUPLED WITH HIS EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP ABILITIES WERE VITAL IN INTREGRATING 9 UNIT DEPLOYMENT PROGRAM BATTALIONS OF 458 MEDICAL STAFF TO JOINT COMMISION STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES LEADING TO EXCEPTIONAL MEDICAL CARE TO 9,000 MARINES. HIS EFFORTS HAVE RESULTED IN BMC HANSEN BEING THE LARGEST MARINE CENTERED MEDICAL HOMEPORT.




- For SRA08 he superbly planned out SAN JACINTO's Sea Trials to ensure all requirements for Shipyard testing, AIT SOVTs, unplanned emergent testing, and ship required evolutions and tests were met




Responsible for maintaining situational awareness through monitoring of Open Source and classified intelligence channels, of all recent or potential activity in Bahrain that could affect NEL operations.

Responsible for ensuring classified information is secured, SF701 and SF702 forms are available, up to date and stored from the recorded amount of time.

i. Prepared and delivered 64 pre-engagement briefs which helped attribute to safe engagements as well as keeping the engaging team informed and better prepared. The brief also served to highlight information gaps of the intelligence community.

ii. As the NEL Intelligence lead, acted as the representative of the lab to NAVCENT Regional Analysis department as well of intelligence organizations CONUS. Acted as the critical node for those organizations and as such, was responsible for querying, receipt, tracking and feedback for all requests for information (RFI) from the Intelligence Community. Currently the NEL has received and fulfilled 8 RFIs and informal information requests from the Intelligence Community satisfying critical intelligence gaps.

iii. Also responsible for conducting research and submitting RFIs the lab was in need of in order to conduct operations. Currently over 7 RFIs were submitted, tracked and answered.

iv. Helped in the production of NEL engagement after action reports by researching locations and creating geographical charts depicting event locations.

v. Disseminated products and reports created in the lab to include 53 AARs and 5 ETRs.

vi. Also responsible for creating releasable versions of products and assisting in the creation of special products that serve to educate and inform local and US forces of the threat situation in the AOR. The releasable products help to keep the information at the lowest level possible and allows for the widest dissemination of the information.

vii. Created an event tracker that was previous not existent in the NEL. This tracker allows for more robust analysis of the different types of events the NEL has observed and allow for the identification of trends and patterns. The tracker has been used in the creation of 4 specials products to date and is used daily for event tracking purposes. The tracker and IS1 s efforts have led to more robust intelligence capabilities of the lab.




- While aboard the USS Bradley SN Bell oversaw the completion of the project to replace all life-lines while assisting in numerous projects outside of his rate enabling the ship to pass INSERV.

- Cooperated in the construction of the dumpster housing project.

- Consistently assist with urinalysis as an observer.

- Helped update the filing system and chain of command chart for OSU.

- Supported Nosc Augusta with the Adopt-A-Highway program.

- Facilitated an instructional Boatswain Mate knot tying course for a group of sea cadets.




Brief unit leadership and production teams on the status of the projects
Assign and track tasking
Assist members with collecting and analyzing data used in the projects.
Instruct and assist the Unit with registering for access to new programs being used
Coordinate with program administrators/trainers to ensure unit member s accounts were created and accessible prior to training.
Coordinate with program administrators to transfer accounts when facility switched servers.
Act as the SME for the systems the unit is now utilizing (Palantir, and TAC) answering any questions or concerns unit members may have.
Performed a portion of my AT in Virginia meeting with JWAC as well as meeting with SME s from other organizations within the IC about our current tasking.
Provided support to JWAC by answering RFI s for two separate exercises.
Assist the admin department by ensuring documents are delivered to the NOSC. (Unit folder, resched forms, etc )
Create both monthly and DWE production reports.




CG Division Night armory, GM2 Smith ensured the continued maintenance and operability of USS Curts weapons systems as well as the assisting with the upkeep, issue and maintenance of the VBSS equipment, his dedicated watch allowed for rapid response of our vbss team in support of operation MARTELLO.




-Support of The Global War on Terrorism. While forward deployed in Iraq, Chief Harris led 816 coalition guard force members in the daily care, custody, and control of 4,500 of the most dangerous detainees in theater. He interacted daily with the leadership from nine compounds to provide strategic as well as tactical information while keeping the Battalion Commander (05) informed of all situations. He personally ensured proper reporting of detainee activities with zero incidents of escape. He ensured 816 coalition guard force members' adherence to battalion policies and he generated over three hundred Battalion level activity reports. He was the only Chief to ever hold this position because all Battle Captains are Commissioned Officers. Most importatly as a Platoon LCPO he lead Sailors into a combat zone and came back with all his sailors.

-Outstanding role model and motivator. Brilliantly managed 2 CPO's and 9 instructors in Gas Turbine Strand courses and laboratories. Leading by example, he skillfully implemented command policy, creating a Naval Warrior ethos, and infused Navy core value. His posive influence and direct mentorship to junior Petty Officers resulted in four early promote evaluations and two sailor of the quarter selections for his schoolhouse staff. GS Strand effectively trained over 3,000 next generation Sailors to meet The fleet requirements during his tour. He was highly sought after and very successful in resolving personal problems and adversity faced by students and staff, benefiting many during his tenure. He personally trained 210 students, to include eight Honor Graduates and 27 Distinguished Military Graduates, with zero attrition. He is directly responsible for the division's 95% retention and command's improved retention of 93.3%. Demonstrating superior leadership and outstanding mentorship, he provided insightful and effective counsel to GS Strand students and staff. He provided unique training that daily exposes Sailors to Navy Core Values, desired behavior, and military lifestyle expectations of the Fleet. He was pivotal in the development of the Engineering Plant Operator's Continuum (EPOC), Provided over 40 hours of crucial insights and technical expertise to curriculum developers for future fleet engineers. He also found time to redesign five classrooms for GS Strand at no cost to the Navy to fully utilize existing training equipment which increased student participation and more accurately present subject matter.




She personally instructed over 7,000 API, refresher, aircrew, and VIP students in over 40 lectures and 70 devices across three departments. She continously volunteers to help other departments in need when understaffed. She has been hand selected for various VIP tours involving demonstrations on devices in two different departments for her knowledge and skill level.

She was hand selected to be a main instructor for the new Naval Survival Training Institue promotional video.

As Training and Administration Division Leading Petty Officer she supervised and trained 12 Sailors to achieve zero major discrepancies on three annual Site Safety and Standardization Inspections at the busiest Physiology Training Department in the fleet.

Successfully led a Department-wide effort for adoption of the new OPNAVINST 3710.7U curriculum assuring all personnel were teaching inaccordnance with new cirricula per DOSS.

She has been an instrumental key player to Director to Safety and Standardizations for efficiency and accuracy in SQRIPT tracking program. Has been a highly sought out Sailor by LCDR Sather for her proficient knowledge and ability regarding all aspects of SQRIPT and cirricula issues.

She displayed excellent initiative and commitment by earning the Master Training Specialist (MTS) designation within 18 months of check-in and qualified 8 individuals in achieving their Master Training Specialist.

Selected as Junior Sailor of the Quarter for the first quarter FY 08 NSTI det Central and Junior Sailor of the Quarter second quarter FY 08 as NSTI overall and Instructor of the Quarter first quarter FY 09 NSTI overall . As a result of her outstanding leadership she has also lead her junior troops in earing Blue Jacket of the Quarter, Junior Instructor of the Quarter, and Blue Jacket of the Year.

Recognized as the Aerospace Physiology Department Junior Sailor of the Year 2008 for her significant contribution to and demonstrated excellence in teaching.

Has volunteered over 250 off duty hours of volunteer hours through out the community.

Personally hand selected to be the only small female test subject for Ray Smith. In her entire tour at Naval Survival Training Institute she has personally tested prototype ALSS gear for every branch of the Armed Forces. Her efforst ensured that the latest and safest gear was being introduced for fleet use. With her knowledge of survival systems to test prototype ALSS gear, her efforts have lead to the development of the newest state of the art Chemical Biological Radiological combined joint gear to be almost complete in it's test phase.

Her personnal commitment to the morale of sailors in unsermountable and proven by her volunteering uncountable hours to the NOMI Morale Welfarea and recreaction committee holding two officer positions. While she held the Treasurer positions she was responsible for raising over $1,200 for the annual command party. During her year as Committee Co-Chair her committee had raised $9,700 for the annual command party. She was also the secretary for two consecutive years in the NOMI Junior Enlisted Association.

Petty Officer Koleno's enthusiasm, incisive leadership, and ability as a Sailor allows her to make spontaneous and intuitive personnel and SOP judgment calls led to the efficiency and safety to our busiest Training Center. She is an outstanding mentor and leader of junior Sailors throughout Naval Survival Training. She is most deserving and has my strongest recommendation for the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal.




Adept Culinary Skills. Successfully planned and prepared 210 luncheons, 212 dinners and numerous office calls for DVs

Petty Officer XXXXX is a hard charger, responsible for the complete reconstruction of the depot 1 weapons yard

Supervised 12 junior enlisted sailors, watchbill coordinator for 35 enlisted members and nurses.

Improved training completion percentage from 75% to 96% department wide

S-2 Division unexpectedly lost its CSCS due to medical reasons. CSC Spent stepped in and took the supervisory and management position previously held by the Senior Chief. He has been acting as the Leading CS since 15 April.

- S-2 Division was depleted from twenty two to seventeen personnel due to transfers.

- The ship was faced with preparations for FLEETEX, Tailored Ships Training Availability (TSTA) III, Final Evaluation Problem (FEP), a Supply Management Certification and the Pacific/Indian Ocean deployment.

Led his division to a score of outstanding on the SMC

Started a "Wendy's" style daily potato bar along with the regular salad bar. (The crew loved this one because they didn't have to eat what was on the mess line and the wait was reduced for those who did want what was on the menu.)

Implemented numerous plans of action to constantly improve the service to the crew.

Coordinated the load out for the Pacific Deployment by maximizing available personnel and minimizing disruptions to allow for pre-deployment leave of division personnel.

Monitored training and had no divisional personnel delinquent in DC and 3M quals.

Was always fit and trim (he scored outstanding on the PFA).




The central node for the Combat Systems Training Team and Integrated Training Team. He planned, developed, implemented, and trained SAN JACINTO's watch teams and CSTT resulting in two highly successful ULTRA-Cs and two equally successful ULTRA-Ss.

- Coordinated with AITs to flawlessly accomplish over 80 installs/upgrades and corresponding operational verification tests, including major installs such as TTWCS, 53 DLS, GIGE LAN, SSES INC E, ARRS, and USQ-148.

- Orchestrated the test and evaluation of the Adaptive Diagnostic Electronic Portable Testset (ADEPT) and the Militarized Peripherial Replacement System (MPRS). This testing will lead the way to reduce man hours required to calibrate and align the Navy's AN/SPY-1 system, and load / re-load / store UYK-7 data to replace out of date systems.

- As direct liaison with the C5RA, he organized radiation times and inspection schedules for two conflict free and highly successful C5RAs.

- As Combat Systems lead for INSURV, he supervised accounting for 100% of all checks completed SAT, all CS and WEPS deliverables 100% accounted for, and assisted in coordinating the SOE for INSURV. His supervision was directly reflected in SAN JACINTO being graded "able to sustain combat operations."

- For SRA08 he superbly planned out SAN JACINTO's Sea Trials to ensure all requirements for Shipyard testing, AIT SOVTs, unplanned emergent testing, and ship required evolutions and tests were met.



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