- SAILORIZATION. Leadership produced one Sailor of the Quarter. Ability to build morale and a strong team has had a profound effect on both his peers and subordinates.
- EXCEPTIONAL LEADER. Personifies Sailor development! Deckplate leadership style led to 2 MAPs, 1 SSOY, 3 SOQs, 4 MOVSMs, 6 Warfare Designations. Committed to personal and professional development, her Sailors enjoyed 100% retention, 100% PRT pass rate, 2 Sailors removed from FEP. Conducted 80 hours of volunteer work in the local area.
Played a significant role in the success and effectiveness of the unit by training, developing, and transforming over 300 civilians into United States Marines ensuring only the best and most highly trained personnel move on to the fleet Marine Corps. Every one of his platoons graduated with an average of 20% being expert rifle qualifications, 98% having an academic grade point average of a 95 or better, his average platoon Physical Fitness test scores being a high first class, and maintaining a training efficiency for his recruits of 90% or better.
-Dedicated to the developmemt of Sailors. Her energetic mentoring of 11 Sailors resulted in 4 advancements, 8 EAWS and 2 EAWS requalifications while 90% of her work center is either enrolled in college classes or professional development courses.
SAILOR DEVELOPMENT. Facilitated proper watch standing PQS training for the duty section and departmental electrical safety stand down training to 11 officers, 10 CPOS, 12 PO1s, and 97 E-5 and below which contributed to qualifying four OODs, seven POOWs, 16 MOOWs and led to zero electrical safety casualties, increased readiness, and improved situational awareness. Conducted advancement tips training with all E3-E5 NWAE participants.
His dynamic leadership, energizing presence, and personal commitment to technical mastery and sailor development had major impacts on Mustinís ability to sustain a high state of engineering and personnel readiness while meeting complex real world mission requirements, further enhancing Mustin's reputation as the premier multi-function platform in the U.S. Seventh Fleet Area of Responsibility.
AS ASSISTANT TRAINING CHIEF AND FACILITY WATCH SUPERVISOR, HE REVISED A FLAWED TRAINING PROGRAM WHICH RESULTED IN ADMINISTERING 157 NEW PROFESSIONAL EXAMS AND THE REVISION OF 18 TRAINING GUIDES ENSURING 100% COMPLIANCE WITH COMMUNITY STANDARDS. HIS STEADFAST COMMITMENT TO SAILOR DEVELOPMENT RESULTED IN SAILORS ACHIEVING OVER 200 QUALIFICATIONS, 11 SAILORS OF THE QUARTER, OVER 30 PERCENT ADVANCEMENT AND COLLEGE ENROLLMENT.
His extraordinary dedication and commitment to mission and Sailor development directly led to significant improvements in Small Arms and Crew-Served weapons qualifications for the crew.
CHIEF PARKER PROVIDED DIRECTION AND LEADERSHIP FOR 35 SAILORS RESULTING IN THREE BLUE JACKETS AND THREE JUNIOR SAILORS OF THE QUARTER, AND 11 ADVANCEMENTS TO THE NEXT PAYGRADE. AS THE MENTORSHIP PROGRAM COORDINATOR HE ESTABLISHED A SUPERB COMMAND MENTORSHIP PROGRAM FOSTERING JUNIOR SAILOR DEVELOPMENT AND ACTIVE LEADERSHIP THROUGHOUT THE COMMAND.
DEDICATED TO SAILOR DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING, HIS DEVELOPMENT OF 9 FULL-SYSTEMS QARS, 5 CDQARS, AND 31 CDIS INCREASED SQUADRON READINESS BY 75 PERCENT. IN ADDITION, A 90 PERCENT COMMAND RETENTION RATE IS A HALLMARK OF SENIOR CHIEF COLEMAN'S LEADERSHIP AND FURTHERS THE TRADITION OF MAKING VP-62 A BASTION OF P-3C TECHNICAL EXCELLENCE.
BECAUSE OF HIS UNPARALLELED COMMITMENT TO SAILOR DEVELOPMENT, HE ENSURED NAVOSH TRAINING COMPLETED IN ESAMS WAS ADDED TO THE ASM DATABASE, SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCING TRAINING INEFFICIENCIES AND ENHANCING THE CNAF MAINTENANCE INSPECTION PROCESS. HIS SUPERB MENTORSHIP OF 17 COMMAND SAFETY PETTY OFFICERS INCREASED CFLSW TRAFFIC SAFETY COMPLIANCE FROM 75% TO 90%.
DISPLAYING A SUPERIOR COMMITMENT TO SAILOR DEVELOPMENT, SHE QUALIFIED 5 SAILORS AS MASTER TRAINING SPECIALISTS, 5 SAILORS AS AFLOAT TRAINING SPECIALISTS, AND MENTORED OVER 300 NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER SAN DIEGO JUNIOR CORPSMEN. HER EFFORTS HAVE RESULTED IN HER SELECTION AS THE 2015 ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT TRAINER OF THE YEAR.
His exceptional leadership and devotion to Sailor development resulted in 85 percent advancement and 90 percent retention.
Showing natural leadership and managerial skills, she led over 40 Sailors through various successful evolutions to include Tycom Material Inspection, INSURV, Communications Assessment, seven multi-national exercises and three Ship's Restricted Availabilities.
AS SENIOR CORE-MEMBER OF NOSC SYRACUSE CHIEF PETTY OFFICER MESS, HE LED AND DEVELOPED 30 JUNIOR CPOS AND 15 JUNIOR OFFICERS BY REINFORCING NAVAL HERITAGE AND TRADITIONS AND PROMOTING SAILOR DEVELOPMENT.
HIS DEDICATION TO SAILOR DEVELOPMENT WAS ESSENTIAL TO 13 SAILORS EARNING THEIR EAWS, ESWS, AND IDWS QUALIFICATIONS.
PETTY OFFICER HOOVER EXPERTLY SUPERVISED, TRAINED, AND MENTORED 16 STAFF MEMBERS AND OVER 12,000 STUDENT SAILORS. HIS EFFORTS ENSURED THE SUCCESS OF THE SAILOR DEVELOPMENT CONTINUUM, PROPERLY PREPARING STUDENT SAILORS FOR SHIPBOARD LIFE AND SUCCESS IN THE FLEET.