Organizing, Motivating, and Developing Others to Accomplish Goals
- INSPIRING LEADER. Enthusiastically led 12 instructors. Results: graduated an unprecedented 523 new accession and fleet returnees attending 42 iterations of OPINTEL and GCCS-M INTEL APPS; 100% of subordinates qualified as Master Training Specialists; authored winning, domain-wide 2009 Sailor of the Year package.
-Petty Officer Melton's motivation and initiative were evident as he sought out his 210/220/310 collateral duty inspector qualification, plane captain, APU instructor, blade fold operator, general support equipment, and was tasked as Avionics day shift supervisor, all in less than sixty days after checking into the command.
-Flawlessly managed the squadrons FOD program, a billet generally assigned to a First Class Petty Officer.
- A dynamic Senior Enlisted Advisor, he bridged the gap between the ranks and increased overall satisfaction at work.
- A moral leader, committed to providing the best quality of life and training for Sailors
- A respected leader, he sets and expects stringent, yet achievable, performance standards for subordinates.
- A self-starter, he completes many tasks before others realize that they need to be done.
- Active involvement reduced PRT failures to 10 percent for the first time in two years.
- Agile technical ability and foresight was directly responsible for successful transition from traditional three-level maintenance to evolving two-level standard.
- An example to his peers and subordinates. Always placed mission first and has an unquestionable devotion to duty
- As a member of the MWR Heritage Committee and the Coalition of Sailors Against Destructive Decisions, she played an active role in encouraging smart decisions by military members.
- As BEQ Liaison, his sound and logical leadership brought the barracks into compliance with MED IG standards. He obtained approval for over $400k in upgrades which dramatically improved the residents' quality of life.
- As the Command Mentor Coordinator, he instituted a Mentorship Program which benefited 50 sailors and resulted in 100% retention, increased off-duty education, and improved morale and productivity.
- Assumed full oversight of the special warfare program; improved prospecting practices and mentorship of program candidates and achieved program goals ahead of schedule for all of FY10
- By consistent cross-training of personnel, he developed a versatile and effective Navigation Team which successfully piloted the ship through numerous unfamiliar ports under the worst visibility conditions ever encountered by this group.
- By personal example, he inspired his subordinates to strive for increasing levels of excellence and provided a motivational catalyst for their success.
- CM3 Smith's commitment to excellence led the way to success for Bravo Company and NMCB 21.
- CMD DAPA. Headed the base-wide alcohol de-glamorization campaign; through aggressive coordination with tenant commands and off-base businesses, his preventive efforts produced a 50% reduction in alcohol related incidents.
- Coached shipmates to win both ship and Group Junior Sailor of the Quarter Boards
BMCS Smith is a seasoned leader and administrator who has proven that he can excel in any position.
Inspirational Leader. He trained his junior yeomen to run the ship’s office in his absence and developed a comprehensive collection of Standard Operating Procedures to increase office efficiency. He mentored all sailors within the department and set the highest standards for customer service and championed the crew's needs in all respects.
Selected from among his peers to serve as Auxiliary Division LCPO for newly-commissioned Arleigh Burke class destroyer, DG-106
CMD DAPA. Headed base-wide alcohol de-glamorization campaign; through aggressive coordination with tenant commands and off-base businesses, his preventive efforts resulted in a 50% reduction in alcohol related incidents.
- Dedicated and invested in our Navy, he demands involvement. He volunteered for a difficult but successful nine-month IA. He was certified early as CTF67 Task Force Watch Supervisor and has made impressive progress in his graduate studies.
Role Model. Positively impacted Command by establishing professional and productive work climate and successfully completing all Pre-commissioning Unit Instructions. Thoroughly reviewed ship capacity and services to ensure incoming personnel requirements will be met or exceeded. His in-depth analysis identified overlooked provisioning and improved deployment readiness.
-RESOURCEFUL MANAGER. Organized and directed a Special Weapons Attack Team which substantially increased the squadrons full mission capability rate. Instrumental in the squadron's flawless MINEX and Bronze Quarter Exercise during TSTA II.
- Organized public outreach opportunities, volunteered hundreds of hours to Joint Color Guard ceremonies, elementary schools, and NRC fund raising.
Professional administrator. Managed the Individual Material Readiness List and support equipment for 11 active aviation maintenance activities and 4 detachments supporting Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Twenty One with zero shortfalls.
-Managed 20 personnel workcenter in direct support of U.S. Pacific Command--exceeded all assigned goals!
-SUCCESSFUL MENTOR. Consistently gets the best from the best. Three PNM (Pacific Network Managers) of the Month, Two PNM of the Quarter, and One DISA NCO of the year!
-Mature leader; won't compromise standards, enforced highest USFLTFORCOM standards of conduct
-Selfless Mentor. His counseling and leadership resulted in his only military subordinate earning SOY for DISA-EUR and his efforts on several boards produced both SOY DISA-EUR and Sailor of the Year DISA. Puts new meaning into the phrase "taking care of Sailors".
-Ensured his sailors were qualified in at least two positions--increased watch readiness!
-STRONG SUPERVISOR: Relentless effort to train workcenter personnel in FOD awareness and the proper screening of equipment resulted in a significant reduction in manhours expended on cockpit FOD discrepancies.
-Distinguished herself from her peers with her initiative and unmatched technical expertise while continuing to learn from others
-Selected for the Leading Chief Petty Officer Leadership Course over other CPOs.
-Sets the example. Elected as President of the DISA-EUR Chief Petty Officers Association.
-Consistently developed new ways to improve logistic training and Standard Operating Procedure development.
-Displayed a genuine concern for sailors. Motivated his crew to perform to the best of their ability as individuals and as a unit.
-Stellar CPO who leads by example; invaluable asset to the Naval Service Training Command mission; must promote.
-Displays exceptional leadership qualities; ability to get the job done; recommend promotion/retention.
-Implemented an internal random evaluation program for her workcenter that increased formal evaluation scores by 50%.
-Trained Ship Maintenance Officer on maintenance reporting and supervised him while he trained his staff and made reports to NAVSURFLANT.
-A moral leader, committed to providing the best quality of life and training for sailors.
-Sets the example by winning the respect of the local nationals and treating detainees with dignity and consideration.
-Consistently leads from the front during training scenarios.
-Led workcenter to highest PRT average in the unit. Raised workcenter average by 40%!
-Effective Manager. Streamlined workcenter operations resulting in the Integrated Weapons Team Branch repairing 411 aircraft discrepancies during a two week period!!
Excelling Mentor. Personal drive and ambition helped produce five in-rate advancements. Works with Sailors to assist them in overcoming shortfalls in training and performance and provides guidance on outside resources when needed.
- Outstanding supervisor. Oversaw the maintenance efforts of 45 military and 10 civilian personnel responsible for performing inspection, disassembly and reassembly of 345 F/A-18A modular engine components directly supporting FRC Oceana in meeting all on-site and forward deployed squadron and fleet requirements.
-Innovative leader. Expeditiously repaired a part due to non-availability of spares and allowed Aircraft 503 to return from a detachment on time. This task is normally performed at AIMD level maintenance.
-Selected to lead a joint theater team which discovered, targeted, and performed damage assessment on hundreds of key targets--critical to mission success
STANDOUT MENTOR. His "Stay Navy" attitude was directly responsible for attaining 100% retention.
-Trained 3 Watch Officer successors in half the usual time required; increased shift expertise 75%.
-Expertly prepared his department for a Eastern Atlantic deployment. Ensured NAV/OPS Department was always in excellent material condition and ready for sustained effective performace at sea. A self-starter, he completes many tasks before others realize that they need to be done.
-Standards and professional competence generated immediate confidence/improved subordinate morale
-Oversaw On-the-job training program resulting in seven seamen receiving their upgraded status ahead of schedule
-Spearheaded new USS CONSTITUTION-like CPO inductee event aboard USS MISSOURI--promoted pride in Navy service
-Led tank reseal team; reduced fuel leak delayed discrepancies to 0.6 per aircraft--bested Fleet goal by 80%
-Demonstrated outstanding leadership skills as team chief; increased productivity by 40%
-A recognized authority, he is routinely sought out by other Petty Officers for advice and guidance.
-Developed sailors through positive counseling, coaching, and mentoring. Instilled a mission-first attitude; motivated entire unit to do the same.
-Reduced training delinquency rate of his team by 25 percent.
-Organized a team for the March of Dimes "Walk America" 10K march and raised over $2000 to combat birth defects
-Oversaw thorough on-the-job training program which resulted in 7 sailors receiving their upgraded status ahead of schedule
-Directed unit and active duty Navy personnel as team leader during UNITAS deployment greatly improving contingency knowledge; surpassed all expectations; hands-on leadership was the catalyst for the entire effort
-Leads by example and doesn’t misuse authority.
-Selected by Fuels Officer to head up all high profile and difficult missions.
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