USS Mobile Bay's anti-surface/subsurface tactical air controller from 20XX-20XX. Controlled over 60 helicoptor evolutions for John C Stennis strike group and the safe participation in Operation New Dawn as well as Operation Enduring Freedom. Petty Officer XXXXXX's knowledge and professionalism is a driving force behind USS Mobile Bay's CIC team.
MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS LEADING CHIEF PETTY OFFICER MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER (MTOC) FIVE AND SEA OPERATIONS DETACHMENT LEADING CHIEF PETTY OFFICER, FROM XXXXXX 201X TO XXXXXXX 201X. HIS EXCEPTIONAL DECKPLATE LEADERSHIP, UNPARALLELED OPERATIONAL EXPERTISE AND OUTSTANDING ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS WERE VITAL TO HIS MTOC'S NUMEROUS ACCOMPLISHMENTS.
Displaying exceptional leadership, outstanding resourcefulness, and superior performance, Chief XXXXXXX was the driving force in preparing and leading a 31-member team for NECC C2 Certification. His management of a 20 hour turn-around from an expeditionary camp at Camp Edwards, MA to deployment at JEB Little Creek, VA ensured that all required notebooks, status boards, computers, and support equipment were in place to man and operate both a TOC and MOC, directly contributing to the Squadron's Command and Control and FEP certifications.
Operations Leading Chief Petty Officer for Commander Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron Eight from XXXXX 20XX - XXXXXX 20XX. Displaying exceptional leadership, outstanding resourcefulness, and superior performance, Chief XXXXXXX was the driving force in preparing and leading the newly organized operations department through the entire basic phase of the FRT culminating in deploying the unit to Camp Varnum for ULTRA, expeditionary camp at Camp Edwards, MA for FEP and JEB Little Creek, VA, directly contributing to the Squadron's successful CTT, Command and Control and FEP certifications.