Supply Petty Officer Evals
Led 3 PO1s and 29 junior Sailors in all facets of Supply operations producing, 3 NAMs,1 ESWS/EAWS qualifications, 100% USMAP enrollment, and 100% retention rate. He expertly managed the annual S-2 consumable budget valued at over $200,000 and the preparation of 130K meals. He skillfully planned and executed the opening of the General Mess and all Messes, prior to the SMC. CS1 Appiahkubi stepped in as the Galley Watch Captain during SMC and his exceptional skills resulted in overall 90% in supply qualification (SMC), while turning over 76 spaces, all administrative works and the Galley operations.
His exceptional skills as a Supply Petty Officer resulted in the organization of $40,000 worth of material and the accurate management of an annual OPTAR of $48,000, maximizing the effective use of funds and ensuring support for future operations.
As the Supply Petty Officer for General Surgery, he expertly managed a $1M dollar OPTAR for high value surgical equipment and consumables with zero discrepancies.
As Patient Administration Supply Petty Officer, he was responsible for 3 separate DMLSS accounts and maintained a budget totaling over $45,000. His meticulous attention to detail as Supply Petty Officer ensured that an inventory valued at over $150K was fully mission ready and properly accounted for.
As the assistant leading Petty Officer and Supply Petty Officer in the most acute emergency department in the Navy, he managed a $90,000 budget and ensured the proper management and maintenance of 110 pieces of equipment valued at more than $700,000.
HM3 ROGERS WAS SOLEY RESPONSIBLE FOR $2.5 MILLION WORTH OF CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES WHICH WAS CONSTANTLY EVOLVING WITH NEW SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY AND REQUIREMENTS. PETTY OFFICER ROGERS' VIGILANT ATTENTION TO DETAIL FACILITATED THE SMOOTH COMPLETION OF OVER 3,000 SURGICAL CASES WITHOUT ANY DELAYS FOR SUPPLIES.
As the Air Terminal Supply Petty Officer, she meticulously managed a budget of 98,500 dollars which enhanced mission readiness and provided direct support for 1,677 flight missions. Her efforts contributed to the command being awarded the second consecutive Commander in Chief Installation for Excellence Award.
AS SUPPLY PETTY OFFICER, SHE MANAGED PEDIATRICS AND EDIS OPTARS VALUED AT 44K DOLLARS, ENSURING SUPPLY READINESS AT ALL TIMES.
As Supply Petty Officer, she maintained an accurate day-to-day knowledge of the inventory levels of consumables, medication and equipment. Responsible for providing supplies for NAVELSG-FWD, she was the go-to person who could instantly identify supply shortfalls.
LEADING SUPPLY PETTY OFFICER, OPERATING MANAGEMENT, AND EDUCATION AND TRAINING DEPARTMENTS, SURFACE WARFARE MEDICAL INSTITUTE FROM XXXXXX XXX TO XXXXXX XXX. DURING THIS PERIOD PETTY OFFICER GOODMAN FLAWLESSLY MANAGED AN ANNUAL CLINIC BUDGET OF MORE THAN $400,000 AND AN EXTENSIVE EQUIPMENT INVENTORY WORTH $1,000,000.
As supply petty officer, she managed Pediatrics and EDIS OPTARs valued at 44K dollars, ensuring supply readiness at all times.
Noble Eagle predeployment Supply Petty Officer during the periods of XXXXXX to XXXXXX. Petty Officer Gonzalez meticulously inventoried and issued 520 uniform items totaling $20,700 and distributed 1100 articles of personal gear totaling $205,236.
As Departmental Supply Petty Officer, he successfully inventoried and organized $200K in consumables and equipment and submitted over 400 New Item Requisitions, while maintaining 100% accountability at all times.
PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT WHILE SERVING AS SUPPLY PETTY OFFICER, JUNE XXXX TO JULY XXXX. PETTY OFFICER GROSSE MANAGED OVER $240,000 OF MEDICAL EQUIPMENT FOR 17 HEALTHCARE PROFESIONALS, ENSURING 100% ACCOUNTABILITY DURING MULTIPLE CGIPS AND FIELD OPERATIONS. HER EXPERIENCE AND LEADERSHIP WERE VITAL DURING HER TWO YEARS AS SUPPLY PETTY OFFICER. HER METICULOUS ATTENTION TO DETAIL RESULTED IN A SAVINGS OF OVER $50,000 WHILE MAINTAINING FULL MEDICAL TREATMENT CAPABLITIES. WORKING WITH CONTRACTORS, PETTY OFFICER GROSSE ASSISTED IN THE DESIGN OF A CORPSMAN ASSAULT PACK THAT WAS ADOPTED BY MULITPLE BATTALIONS ACROSS 1ST MARINE DIVISION. PETTY OFFICER GROSSE'S EXCEPTIONAL PROFESSIONALISM, PERSEVERANCE, AND LOYAL DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HERSELF AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.
AS OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT SUPPLY PETTY OFFICER AND GOVERNMENT PURCHASE CARD HOLDER HE SCRUPULOUSLY PROCESSED 156 REPAIR PART REQUISITONS TOTALING $388K AND MANAGED A DPAS INVENTORY OF 65 ITEMS VALUED AT $445K.