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Navy Eval Bullet Examples for PO2/E5


-His "can do" attitude and superlative leadership skills as the Mid check supervisor were instrumental in the work center's high quality production standards. Sucessfully leading 32 84 day special inspections, 16 168 day special inspections, and over 300 unscheduled maintence actions.




Quality Work: PO2 is responsible for assigning, uploading, and approving over 1,112 qualifications, improving command readiness from 87% to 95%, causing 37 additional sailors to qualify at the next level of position which led to the implementation of a three section watch bill. This accomplishment contributed to the redevelopment of the commands fitness program and was essential to the increase of maintenance and administration hours.

Initiative: Vital to U.S. Fifth Fleet operations, PO2 expeditiously qualified as a NAV/RTO and has accomplished over 1,015 underway mission hours; providing antiterrorism and asset protection for USNS ships worth approximately $442 million dollars, with a cargo load capability of over 1 million barrels of fuel, worth approximately $273 million dollars, and for two Avenger class Mine Countermeasure ships worth approximately $554 million dollars.

Organizational Climate: PO2 has volunteered a number off duty hours, instructing 30 hours of swimming lessons to native base workers, he also participated in MOCH move stations during SRF-B OC certifications, and has supported 50 hours with the Friends of Africa Foundation, improving military public relation with the government of Djibouti.




- EXCELLENT LOGISTICIAN. GPC Holder for nine Air Terminal sections, meticulously procured administrative and operational supplies worth over 20K in direct support of the commands mission. As Verifying Official for Registered Mail, ensures validity of 120 Registered Mail Reports resulted to 100% accountability of 195,000 pounds of registered mail.

-Involved in loading and flawless weapon execution of 8 laser guided training rounds (LTGR). First ever by an A-6E squadron.

-In-depth knowledge of aviation ordnance and strong belief in the team concept was instrumental in the command receiving an outstanding during the demanding Mine Readiness Certification Inspection (MRCI).

-Maintains an extremely accurate ammunition account and flawless report of squadrons weapons expenditure.

-Demonstrated superior performance as assistance night check Ordnance Flight Deck Coordinator during the recent deployment onboard USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73).

-Proven leader. Successfully assumed the role of Airframes workcenter supervisor during the month of December. Directly responsible for a 100% sortie completion rate during TSTA III, resulting in the carrier qualification of 16 aircrew and maintaining 14 fully mission capable aircraft.

-Awarded Commanding Officer Attack Squadron THIRTY-FOUR Letter of Commendation for superior performance of duties while serving as Conventional Weapons Quality Assurance/Safety Observer during NAS Fallon NV. weapons detachment.

-Aggressive leadership, sound judgement and exceptional foresight were major factors in the successful expenditure of over 59,000 pounds of ordnance while maintaining an unprecedented 100% reliability rate. His skillful management of shop assets and personnel, despite critical manpower shortages, directly resulted in full mission capable combat ready aircraft during squadron high tempo operations.

-Keen ability to learn rapidly and adapt quickly to varying situations. Thorough knowledge of ordnance and avionics procedures were evident while attached to the Integrated Weapons Team, where his expertise greatly contributed to full mission capable combat ready aircraft.

-Attention to detail and thorough understanding of A-6E SWIP armament systems were key factors for being selected early as a Collateral Duty Inspector for the Ordnance Branch.

-Astute ability to utilize all channels of communication while acting as Ordnance Flight Deck Coordinator aboard USS GEORGE WASHINGTON. His superb coordination and heads-up thinking greatly reduces workload and stress throughout an undermanned workcenter.

-Instrumental in the successful "Bullseye" deliveries of nine AGM-62 WALLEYE Guided Weapons, three AGM-65E Laser Maverick missiles, and one AGM-88 HARM.

-Greatly contributed to the successful loading of 14 mines during the Mine Readiness Certification Inspection with an overall grade of outstanding.

-Active member of Birdneck Elementary Parent Teacher Association.

-Technical wizard. Efficiently led a workcenter team in performing NADEP level maintenance on aircraft 507's aft fuselage, saving the squadron 144 maintenance man hours and returning the aircraft to full mission status in one shift.

-Effective manager. As shift supervisor, was directly responsible for the workcenter receiving grades of outstanding on three consecutive quarterly workcenter audits.

-Pivotal in squadron attaining dramatic increase in aircraft reliability and availability. "Fix it right the first time" philosophy resulted in a 40% decrease in unscheduled maintenance manhours and near elimination of airframes related repeat discrepancies.

-Proven leader-Successfully filled in as workcenter shift supervisor on several occasions, directly contributing to the 100% sortie completion rate during TSTA IV.

-Received Letter of Appreciation from Commanding Officer NAS Key West for contributing countless manhours to the restoration and preparation of the KA-3B (GD101) static display aircraft.

-Effective manager- Impressive technical publications librarian, directly contributed to the workcenter receiving grades of outstanding on recent workcenter quarterly audits through meticulous attention to detail, improving quality of training and maintenance.

-A continual source of innovative ideas and positive contributions, resulting in increased workcenter productivity and a 40% decrease in unscheduled maintenance manhours.

-Awarded Letter of Commendation from Commanding Officer Attack Squadron THIRTY-FOUR for the expert repair of aircraft 501's forward fuel cell top deck. His individual effort, dedication and knowledge saved the squadron $50,000.

-Effective manager. Completely overhauled the workcenter training program, making it a model for the rest of the command. His diligent efforts and countless manhours resulted in grades of outstanding on four consecutive Quality Assurance workcenter audits.

-Proven leader. Successfully assumed role of Airframes shift supervisor during NAS Fallon Weapons Detachment. His superb leadership enabled the squadron to achieve a 100% sortie completion rate and maintain Full Mission Capable aircraft.

-Superior technical and leadership skills enabled workcenter to reduce the number of awaiting maintenance VIDS/MAFs to the lowest ever seen in this command.

-Key player in command passing the demanding Conventional Weapons Technical Proficiency Inspection. Received zero hits for graded chaff systems checks.

-Team member during successful loading and firing of 5 AGM-62 WALLEYE Guided Weapons and 3 AGM-65 MAVERICK missiles during Carrier Airwing Weapons Detachment in Fallon, NV.

-Directly contributed to the successful firing of a live AGM-84E SLAM by ensuring material readiness of associated aircraft ordnance hardware.

-Involved in loading of 8 laser guided training rounds (LGTR). First ever by an A-6E squadron.

-Involved in civic activities. Supports 2 children through Save The Children, supporting home church and contributes heavily to the Combined Federal Campaign.

-ENTHUSIASTIC SELF STARTER. Eye-watering initial impression as he troubleshot and repaired a difficult Emergency RAM Air Turbine discrepancy on first day in the squadron.

-EXTREMELY KNOWLEDGEABLE. Jumpstarted aircraft 506 during recent FCLP detachment which ensured aircrew completed all required training to participate in carrier operations for remainder of COMPTUEX.

-Community Involved. Active participant in Boy Scout Troop 921 as the Assistant Scoutmaster.

-His "can do" attitude and superlative leadership skills as the night check supervisor were instrumental in the work center's high quality production standards. His efforts were directly responsible for the squadron's 20% sortie completion rate increase in 2003.

-OUTSTANDING TECHNICAL EXPERTISE. Awarded Letter of Commendation for superlative maintenance effort during Carrier Airwing Fallon detachment. Results directly contributed toward the squadron's 100% sortie completion rate.

-Sustained Superior Performer. His exceptional technical abilities were a key factor in the troubleshooting of a difficult instrumentation lighting discrepancy on aircraft 505. His acute attention to detail was directly responsible for its expeditious repair and return to full mission capability.

-Community Involved. Active participant in both a local Boy and Girl Scout troops. Donates numerous hours in their activities.

- SUSTAINED SUPERIOR PERFORMER. Awarded Letter of Commendation from Commanding Officer Attack Squadron 34 for his performance as IWT Supervisor during NAS Fallon squadron weapons detachment. He directly contributed to the unprecedented, three "Bullseye" deliveries of AGM-62 Walleye weapons and an AGM-65E Laser Maverick missile in a single day of operations.

-QUALITY LEADER. Hand picked as an Avionics/Electrical Collateral Duty/Quality Assurance Representative. While serving in this capacity he carried out a multitude of additional duties, and demonstrated a rare attribute of reliability and dedication.

-ASTUTE SUPERVISOR AND TECHNICIAN. Personally responsible for training fifteen new personnel on the complex A-6E SWIP weapons system, ensuring a smooth transition of personnel into the A-6E Intruder community while continuously providing rapid turnaround of aircraft discrepancies. Efforts directly contributed to the squadron's 100% sortie completion rate during the NAS Fallon Airwing Weapons Detachment.

- Dedicated numerous off-duty hours to the maintenance of the ship's UPQ-5, enhancing local bomb damage assessment capability.

-Superior Administrationman. As the Central Technical Publications Manager his expertise resulted in being the first CTPM in recent squadron history to receive zero discrepancies in the MATWING Post Cruise inspections. Responsible for the maintenance of over 1200 publications.

-Exceptional work habits. Personally assisted two other squadrons in establishing their computerized publication system on his own initiative. Receiving laudatory comments from both squadrons.

-Directly responsible as Assistant Squadron ADP Officer for the continued operation, repair and maintenance of 15 squadron Single Multi-user Computers (SMC's) resulting in almost zero down time or loss of man-hours while awaiting repairs.

-Dedicated and Industrious. Devoted numerous hours in the preparation of aircraft systems, on a few occasions working around the clock. Directly contributed to the squadron's continuous weapon delivery successes, including 9 AGM-62 Walleye weapons, 2 AGM-65E Laser Maverick, an AGM-84E SLAM, and an AGM-88 HARM missile.

-Fully crossed trained in the AT rating as an Aviation Ordnanceman. A valuable team member who greatly improves the workcenter's ability to complete all tasks efficiently.

-Designed and built an AWW-13 Data Link Pod test cable, enabling the pod and aircraft systems to be operationally tested without loading the pod, thus enhancing overall system reliability while saving numerous valuable man-hours.

-OUTSTANDING SUPERVISOR. Selected as Petty Officer of the Month, Nov 93 for superb performance as Night Shift Supervisor. His meticulous debriefing of aircrew provided clarity in system discrepancies and ensured rapid repair and turnaround. Directly responsible for the high quality system availability that led to aircrew statements such as "I had a bullseye on every run" during the recent Fallon Airwing Weapons Detachment.

-DYNAMIC LEADER. Workcenter Detachment Supervisor during squadron's Fallon Weapons Detachment. His ingenious troubleshooting and constant interface with the NWC China Lake, enabled the workcenter to overcome all unforeseen datalink-to-aircraft interface problems. He was instrumental in the success of three "Bullseye" deliveries of AGM-62 WALLEYE guided weapons and one AGM-65E Laser Maverick missile in a single day of operations.

-TECHNICAL EXPERT. Personally overhauled and reconstructed the ship's UPQ-5 system, restoring it to full operational status for the first time since its installation, providing the Airwing the ability for local bomb damage assessment from aircraft strikes.

-INDUSTRIOUS. The driving force in workcenter production. He consistently tackles the most complex discrepancies. He personally troubleshot and repaired aircraft 500's Automatic Carrier Landing System which had been inoperative for 15 months. Dedicated numerous over-time hours in rebuilding a hard to access aircraft disconnect and display connector.

-Extremely knowledgeable. Exceptional troubleshooting skills were instrumental in the squadron's a 94.5% sortie completion rate during COMPTUEX.

-Talented manager. Superb initiative and keen attention to detail ensured collateral duty was discrepancy free during workcenter quarterly audit.

- OUTSTANDING SUPERVISOR. As night shift supervisor for the Special Weapons Attack Team, he was responsible for reducing the workcenter maintenance backlog by 35%, providing aircrew with improved system reliability for missile systems training. Instrumental in the successful delivery of 6 AGM-62 Walleye weapons and an AGM-65E Laser Maverick missile during the Airwing's Fallon Weapons Detachment.

- A key player in the troubleshooting and maintenance of the ship's UPQ-5 system in CVIC. A vital Airwing asset for localized bomb damage assessment during airwing strikes.

- Awarded Letter of Commendation from Commander, Naval Air Forces Atlantic Fleet for superior performance while serving as recovery and salvage team member. Displayed extreme motivation, initiative and professional skill as member of a joint Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force team.

- Technical expertise was key in system preparation for recent HARM missile exercise. Untiring efforts resulted in a flawless, direct hit.

-Awarded the NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL for superior performance of his duties as Assistant Information Systems Security Officer and Enhanced Comprehensive Assets Management Systems Supervisor while attached to Naval Air Station Patuxent River, MD.

-Supervises four personnel during all underway squadron deployments. Manages a troubleshooters cross training program that allows more efficient shipboard squadron flight operations.

-Strong leadership and supervisory skills as Troubleshooter Branch Night Shift Supervisor directly contributed toward a 100% sortie completion rate, during TSTA II and TSTA III.

-Outstanding technical skills aided in a 100% full mission capable sortie completion rate during NAS Fallon Carrier Airwing Weapons Detachment.

- An outstanding supervisor and manager. Trained and qualified 28 new Plane Captains while assigned to the Line Division. Was directly responsible for the Line receiving two consecutive workcenter professionalism awards.

- Skilled technician. Troubleshot and repaired a faulty disconnect high compression radar connector on aircraft 506, returning the aircraft to a full mission capable status in minimal time.

- Industrious. Devoted numerous off-duty hours rebuilding 24 individual training jackets to ensure a outstanding grade on last two workcenter's quarterly audits.

- Community Involved. Recently spoke at hometown high school on the importance of a strong navy.

- Member of Squadron's softball and bowling teams.

- EXTRAORDINARY MANAGER. Personally responsible for training fifteen new personnel on the complex A-6E SWIP weapons system, ensuring a smooth transition of personnel into the Intruder community while continuously providing rapid turnaround of aircraft discrepancies. Efforts directly contributed to the squadron's 100% sortie completion rate during the NAS Fallon Airwing Weapons Detachment.

- PROVEN PERFORMER. Quickly developed thorough A-6E SWIP system knowledge. Consistently sets a positive example for junior personnel through an optimistic attitude and tireless work ethic.

- SUPERIOR INITIATIVE. Devoted numerous off duty hours to organize and update the workcenter's Dispersed Technical Publications Library. Identified and corrected numerous discrepancies which ensured a grade of Outstanding during most recent quarterly audit.

- TEAM PLAYER. Utilized off-shift hours to maintain the ship's UPQ-5 in CVIC providing improved localized bomb damage assessment capability for Airwing strikes.

- COMMAND/COMMUNITY INVOLVED. Voluntarily contributed 25 off duty hours raising $20,000 for the Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters and Joy fund charities.

- Participated in two Captains Cup events.

-Technical expert. His superb technical skill and exceptional troubleshooting capabilities were directly responsible for reducing maintenance man-hours and aircraft down time quickly identifying and repairing aircraft 502's fuel system malfunction during weapons detachment to NAS Fallon, NV, resulting in the squadron achieving a 100% sortie completion rate.

-Superior leader. Work ethic and hands-on training greatly enhance the workcenter's productivity while decreasing the squadron's unscheduled maintenance man-hours by 40%.

-Works extra hours assisting other workcenters with his expertise, enabling the squadron to successfully complete all requirements during the high tempo work-up cycle.

-Spends numerous off duty hours on workcenter training program, ensuring the workcenter exceeds the required monthly training and that all personnel were technically proficient.

-Actively supports Cub scouts and Girl scouts in his off duty time.

-Outstanding manager. As Tool Control Petty Officer, directly contributed to the workcenter receiving an outstanding on last workcenter quarterly audit.

-Performed countless High/Low power engine maintenance turns on 14 assigned A-6E Intruder aircraft. As the only person qualified on night shift during the Fallon detachment he was directly responsible for the squadron's outstanding 100% sortie completion rate.

-Performed with great skill and knowledge as shift supervisor during detachments to Nellis AFB and NAS Roosevelt Roads PR, directly contributing to sortie completion rates of 99% and 98% respectively.

-Takes personal pride in training new and inexperienced shop personnel, quickly improving their performance, increasing the maintenance department's production capability and reducing man-hours.

-Spearheaded the superior performance of the Ordnance workcenter during recent NAS Fallon Airwing weapons detachment in which 9 AGM-62 WALLEYE Guided eapons and a AGM-65 MAVERICK missile scored direct hits.

-Performance as Support Equipment Petty Officer has been second to none, always ensuring the availability of quality equipment.

-Tireless effort maintaining the workcenter technical publications library has resulted in zero discrepancies during the last MRCI and the last three Quality Assurance audits.

-Involved in loading and flawless weapon execution of 8 laser guided training rounds (LTGR). First ever for an A-6E squadron.

-Outstanding performance while one of the CVW-7 Arm-Dearm Team Leaders while embarked IN USS George Washington (CVN 73).

- Through outstanding attention to detail and thorough requirements validation, enabled the squadron to reach zero NMCS/PMCS requisitions.

- Successfully trained three striker's in the Aviation Storekeeper rating, significantly increasing work center productivity.

-Flawlessly monitored and validated all 1RD cog items through the repair cycle, resulting in a $100,000 (plus credit) to squadron Aviation Fleet Maintenance (AFM) fund.

- Personal attention to detail ensured overall outstanding aircraft availability by accurately processing and validating nightly NMCS/PMCS reports.

- Active in command functions and civic activities. Assisted in the midwest flood of 2003. Active member of the Virginia Beach PTA.

- Top-Notch Manager. Completely re-vamped entire workcenter training program increasing overall effectiveness of workcenter, which decreased unplanned maintenance hours by 43%.

- Hard Charger. His tireless work ethic played a key role in the squadron achieving a remarkable sortie completion rate during the high tempo operations of the work-up cycle, including a completion rate of 100% during a recent airwing Fallon detachment.

- Revised and updated workcenter technical publication library.

- State certified Emergency Medical Technician.

- Volunteer firefighter with the city of Jacksonville, Fl., while on temporary leave status.

-Strong leadership skills. Knowledge and maturity enabled him to assume the responsibility of shop supervisor on several occasions. Instrumental in the workcenter's high quality production standards, contributed to the squadron's rise in sortie completion of 20% in 2003.

-Unsurpassed knowledge made him an easy shop selection for the mini detachment to Nas Roosevelt Roads during COMPTUEX. His expertise provided for a highly successful maintenance detachment.

-Worked many off duty hours maintaining the squadron's 14 A-6E aircraft, directly resulting in a 100% sortie completion rate during the recent airwing Fallon weapons detachment.

- Directly responsible for the stowage of all ready for issue materials, resulting in "Discrepancy Free" storerooms, and significantly improving overall supply response time.

- Played a key role in the updating of Basic Material File (BMF) records in support of a wall-to-wall location audit of over 4000 Aviation Depot Level Repairable (AVDLR) line items. His superior efforts resulted in achieving 100% inventory accuracy while TAD to Aviation Support Division USS George Washington (CVN 73).

- Processed and reconciled numerous Nalcomis reports, responsible for clearing over 400 discrepancies to improve supply response time while TAD to Repairable Assets Management (RAM) section USS George Washington (CVN 73).

- Demonstrated outstanding technical expertise in utilization of the Integrated Barcode System (IBS) as Repairable Assets Management (RAM) inventory team leader. Insured all scheduled inventories were completed correctly and expeditiously.

- Instrumental in the complex relocation and Integrated Barcode System (IBS) identification of all bulk storeroom materials in Repairable Assets Management section.

- Involved in community events. Active participant in the "Clean the Chesapeake Bay Day".

-Superior Technician. Meticulous attention to detail led to the finding of a missing nut and cotter pin in Blaster 505's rudder assembly, averting possible loss of aircraft and aircrew. His efforts earned him AIRLANT attention with Pro of the Week recognition.

-Superior efforts directly contributed to Phase workcenter receiving Workcenter of the Quarter Award and the squadron's 100% sortie completion rate during a recent airwing Fallon detachment.

-Excellent instructional techniques allow thorough and expeditious training of inexperienced personnel, increasing production and improving material condition of 14 A-6E aircraft.

-Instrumental in the expeditious completion of several major special inspections, allowing the squadron to meet all commitments onboard USS GEORGE WASHINGTON during the high tempo work-up cycle.

-Superior supervisor: Working now in a position normally filled by a first class petty officer. His direct and positive leadership skills were directly responsible for the workcenter's dramatic production increase.

-Technically astute: Hard work and attention to detail resulted in zero corrosion discrepancies on ATKWINGSLANT inspections of seven aircraft.

-Maintains an aggressive, flawless Hazardous Material program, resulting in zero discrepancies on weekly hazardous waste site inspections.

-Singlehandedly organized the conversion to the Hazardous Material minimization program, significantly reducing squadron hazardous material/waste by 35%.

-Handpicked to supervise a re-hab detachment aboard USS GEORGE WASHINGTON.

-Received Letter of Commendation from Commanding Officer Attack Squadron THIRTY-FOUR for sustained superior performance while assigned to the Phase Workcenter as the day check supervisor.

-Superior Leader. Directly responsible for the workcenter receiving the Workcenter Professionalism Award.

-Outstanding Instructor. Superior training techniques ensures that inexperienced personnel are expeditiously trained, greatly increasing production and improving material condition of squadron aircraft.

-Innovative Motivator. Leadership directly resulted in a 40% increase in mission capable assets.

-His exceptional technical skills were directly responsible for the squadron achieving a sortie completion rate of 100% during a recent airwing Fallon weapons detachment.

- SUPERIOR PERFORMER. Awarded the Navy Achievement Medal for superior performance and dedication as an instructor while attached to VA-42 FRAMP.

- DEDICATED PROFESSIONAL. Received Letter of Appreciation for the adept troubleshooting and repair of a reoccurring fuel flow indicator problem on aircraft 520.

-Instrumental in the highly successful firing of 5 AGM-62 WALLEYE Guided Weapons and 3 AGM-65E MAVERICK during NAS Fallon Carrier Airwing Weapon Detachment.

-Involved in loading and flawless weapon execution of 8 laser guided training rounds (LGTR). First ever by an A-6E squadron.

-Significantly contributed to the loading and expenditure of 8 MK 56 Mines from 3 different aircraft without a single weapons malfunction during the demanding Mine Readiness Certification Inspection (MRCI).

-Active in community activities through the Veteran's of Foreign Wars Post 9170 and the Aviation Ordnanceman Association.

- Extremely knowledgeable and effective troubleshooter. Consistently provides rapid turnaround of aircraft discrepancies. A key player in the squadron's ability to achieve a 100% sortie completion rate during the recent Carrier Airwing Fallon Weapons Detachment.

- Athletic. Maintains top physical condition. Consistently scores outstanding on physical readiness tests.

- EXCEPTIONAL SUPERVISOR AND ADMINISTRATOR. As Night Shift Supervisor, he significantly reduced workcenter backlog while ensuring all collateral duties were properly maintained. Directly responsible for the workcenters continual outstanding grades during quarterly audits.

- TALENTED TECHNICIAN. Received Letter of Appreciation for his adept troubleshooting and repair of a perplexing MA-1 Compass System discrepancy on aircraft 520 that had kept it from full mission capable status for over 2 weeks. This dedicated effort directly contributed to the 100% sortie completion rate during Carrier Airwing Fallon Weapons Detachment.

- Active Community Member. Participates in numerous volunteer activities including umpiring for Virginia Beach Little League and donated numerous hours in the construction of Kids Cove Activity Center at Mt. Trashmore, Va Beach.

-Impeccable leadership abilities and extreme attention to detail as a Conventional Weapons Quality Assurance Safety Observer. Greatly attributed to the successful AGM-84E SLAM shot.

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