Separation Eval Examples
Submitted upon Petty Officer Mitchell's honorable discharge from the U.S. Navy.
**OUTSTANDING SAILOR! SET THE STANDARD FOR OTHERS TO EMULATE AND INSPIRES SUBORDINATES!**
- EXCEPIONAL SUPERVISOR. Amidst a changing scene of the Navy's operations due to Covid-19, ITS2 was deemed a mission essential Broadcast Supervisor. He expertly led four Sailors in the 100 percent delivery of 50,000 naval messages, 7,000 Strategic Emergency Action Messages, 60 Strategic Target Change Messages, and 500 Submarine Report Back Messages.
- TECHNICAL EXPERT. His superb technical acumen was instrumental in supervising a flawless no-notice emergency Broadcast Control Authority shift, ensuring a transparent transition of communications to all submarines in the Pacific and Atlantic fleets. In the area of system administration, he swept away the competition by conducting 180 hours of server maintenance, which maintained 99% system reliability.
- DEDICATED MENTOR. ITS2 genuinely cares about others and qualified above and beyond by qualifying Tech Control as a System Administrator to support watchfloor operations. With well liked character and personality, he selflessly trained and qualified 11 Sailors in three quals, which improved team cohesion and flexibility during Covid-19 conditions.
ITS2 Mitchell's exemplarary achievements distinguished his career of eight years of loyal and faithful service to his country. He will make a great addition to any employer. BRAVO ZULU!
Evaluation submitted upon member's separation from Active Duty Reserve Service.
Member on board for only 3 months, made significant contributions to the C-sUAS program.
***VAST KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE WAS AN ABSOLUTE ASSET!!***
- VERSATILE TEAM PLAYER. Collaborated with senior leadership to develop a command C-sUAS Pre-Planned Response designed to effectively safeguard a community of 5,500 and 32 tenant commands.
- DETAIL ORIENTED. Trained seven sailors to operate the drone defender which increased system knowledge and enhanced installation capabilities.
He has my strongest recommendation for advancement to Petty Officer First Class!
Evaluation submitted upon member's separation from the United States Navy.
**OUTSTANDING SAILOR! SET THE STANDARD FOR OTHERS TO EMULATE AND INSPIRES SUBORDINATES!**
-EXCEPTIONAL SUPERVISOR. Expertly managed seven RADAR controllers through 117,044 mishap free flight operations including eight flight checks and 12 emergencies. Contributed 360 on-the-job training hours, 180 simulation hours and 190 classroom hours resulting in 17 tower qualifications, 26 RADAR qualifications, and five supervisor designations.
-METICULOUS ADMINISTRATOR. His administrative and leadership skills were instrumental in preparing for a NATOPS inspection as part of the RADAR NATOPS inspection team, resulting in zero major discrepencies. As the Holiday Airspace Release Program Petty Officer, he coordinated with airspace users to allow for increased efficiency of the National Airspace System resulting in the most expeditious handling of 119,630 commercial flights.
-COMMUNITY SERVICE ADVOCATE. Contributed 15 hours to St. Mary's Animal Welfare League, assisting the kennel staff by walking dogs, cleaning cages, and cleaning the kennel area.
Petty Officer Pratt's numerous and superlative achievements culminated a distinguished career of five years of loyal and faithful service to his country. He leaves us highly recommended and will be a benefit to any future employer. JOB WELL DONE!!
Evaluation submitted upon Petty Officer Mullin's separation from the United States Navy. Petty Officer Mullin's steadfast devotion will be missed.
-ADAPTABLE. While serving on CMAA Staff, Petty Officer Mullin was instrumental in the preparation and execution of the Command Urinalysis Program, ensuring the standards of OPNAVINST 5350.4D were upheld.
-PROGRAM MANAGER. As the Watch Bill Coordinator for the CMAA Staff, she flawlessly executed all assignments. As a result of her performance, the MWR Geedunk Resale was a success.
-MILITARY BEARING. She demonstrated professional military bearing for her peers to emulate. She exemplified the Navy Core Values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment and constantly maintained high standards for others to follow.
Petty Officer Mullin has been an invaluable asset to the Naval Construction Force. She is highly recommended and will be a benefit to any future employer. BRAVO ZULU!!
***Evaluation submitted upon member's transfer to USS NEXT SHIP.***
PO2 Sailor is an engaged leader with unparalleled technical and managerial abilities.
-EXPERT TECHNICIAN. As lead AN/SPS-48E technician, she was pivotal in the completion of 415 preventive maintenance actions and the successful repair of six complex system casualties; to include the isolation and repair of a damaged piece of flex waveguide, the replacement of an antenna coupler, and a complex SPS-48 syncro fault resulting in the restoration of the Ships primary air search RADAR.
-EXCEPTIONAL MANAGER. Maintained calibration for 122 individual pieces of equipment as Divisional Calibration PO resulting in a 90% readiness rate. Managed 30 qual-cert records for CS0 division maintaining CS0's ability to safely upload and download over 7,000 rounds of AA61 CIWS Ammunition for the execution of five CIWS PAC fire exercises.
-OUTSTANDING TRAINER. Hand-selected to train 14 Sailors in WSS Area Supervisor watch standing, resulting in a 100% board completion rate and three new qualified watchstanders.
Petty Officer Sailor consistently demonstrates outstanding enthusiasm, resourcefulness and pride in the execution of her duties. She has my highest recommendation for advancement and any program leading to a commission!
Evaluation submitted upon Petty Officer Spruill's separation from the United States Navy. Petty Officer Spruill's technical knowledge will be missed.
GET IT DONE SAILOR. As Deck ACFL, lead Command FEP workouts for 41 personnel, improving their overall health, diets and exercise regiments. Assisted in administration of PFA cycle 14-2 for 348 sailors with a 94% pass rate which included 39 of 41 personnel on FEP passing. Then as ATTT Member evaluated of eight AT/FP drills; conducted individual and command training thus increasing the level of knowledge. Also as Stretcher Bearer participated in 5 Medical Training Team drills and responded to 6 actual Medical emergences.
-Team Player. While performing his duties as Logistics Specialist he managed a budget of over $50,000 coordinating the supply lockers of two divisions utilized by 26 personnel. He executed and validated over 50 purchase orders for the maintenance and upkeep of six Oil Spill Response and 6 Harbor Security Boat assets.
-Motivated. As Assistant Command Fitness Leader, he conducted 29 Fitness Enhancement Program evolutions leading to a 95% pass rate for two command physical fitness assessments. His participation in 2 active duty funerals and 2 color guard events is testament to his outstanding uniform appearance and military bearing.
-Dependable. He expertly and safely rigged 8 Yokohama fenders and 2 Arleigh Burke fenders for transportation and installation to Staten Island and NYC Brooklyn terminals supporting 4 warships and 1 USCG ship during New York Fleet Week 2016.
Petty Officer Spruill has been an invaluable asset to Port Operations. He is highly recommended and will be a benefit to any future employer. BRAVO ZULU!!
Evaluation submitted due to member's separation from the United States Navy.
-MISSION ORIENTED. As a CPC, Petty Officer Morales expertly managed 116 TOPS transactions with little to no supervision. He diligently managed and updated service members' gains, transfers, and separations leading to 93% accuracy. He is always trying to better himself and the command by taking two, three credit college courses through Saint Leo University so he may be a better asset.
-HARD WORKER. He has proven to be a hard worker and a team player. Petty Officer Morales has met all tasks handed to him with eagerness and worked with the rest of the Admin team to complete all tasking to the best of his abilities. He expertly trained the newest addition to the Admin team, guiding him down the road to becoming another outstanding sailor.
-OUTSTANDING CUSTOMER SERVICE. Petty Officer Morales has gone above and beyond to assist all customers that enter the office. As the assistant BAH/BAS coordinator, he has ensured HSC-3 personnel are receiving the entitlements that are allowed to them and corrected any errors that arose.
Petty Officer Morales is an exceptional Sailor and Personnel Specialist and will be missed.
During the four years GM2(SW) Paulson has been onboard he has proven himself to be an outstanding Gunners Mate and an exceptional member of CM division.
INNOVATIVE. He demonstrated his skill as an MK13 technician by repairing over 50% of the casualties found onsite and reducing dependence on outside assistance by 40%. He assumed responsibility for the ship's GMLS system and ensured that it was properly put in lay-up IAW instructions. He also took the initiative to qualify himself on the 76mm and helped maintain all the weapon systems used against boats used to smuggle drugs during the ship's last CDOPS cruse.
TOP MANAGER. He maintained the Armory and the ship's small arms with a level of professionalism rarely seen by the C5RA small arms inspector. While GM2(SW) Paulson is leaving the Navy, his dedication to military service is evident in his using the Blue to Green program to continue service in the Army. GM2(SW) Paulson's work ethic and level of dedication have always been an outstanding example to junior Sailors and his transfer to the Army will leave boots not easily filled by another.