Supply (CS, LS, PC, SH, SK)


Culinary Specialist (CS)

Logistic Specialist/Support (LS)

Postal Clerk (PC)

Ship's Serviceman (SH)

Storekeeper (SK)




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Led the establishment of the ship's Supply Department onboard a pre-commissioning unit. He was directly responsible for ensuring 28 junior personnel were properly trained in preparation for crew move aboard and galley light-off.




As the Naval Warfare Publications Library (NWPL) Petty Officer, he was responsible for a total of 337 secret pieces of material. Twenty six of these materials were new and had to be meticulously processed in and 89 of them had to be properly destroyed or sent to NSA. He tediously managed the inventory of 6 DETs, which included the turn-over process of 108 secret items. He improved the NWPL pass down binder including step-by-step instructions on how to properly ship materials to the NSA. Due to this exceptional maintenance of inventory the NWPL program experienced zero security breaches.

SPOT-ON-ADMINISTRATOR! As a Recordskeeper, he attained 100% validity maintaining in excess $250k in receipts and expenditures, during the recent SMC; contributing to the Food Service Division achieving an overall Outstanding score of 97% and the ship receiving Supply/ Logistics Blue "E" Excellence Award.

FINANCIAL EXPERT - As the Financial Manager he ensured the ship's OPTAR valued at over $4 million dollars was properly executed in accordance with TYCOM directives. As the single Subject Matter Expert, he was instrumental to the flawless financial closeout of Fiscal Year 2011 while playing a vital role in supply's 1.4 Afloat Training Team inspections resulting in a passing grade of %85.




-DECK PLATE LEADER. Efficiently led a team of 11 Sailors in completing 13 ordnance/ LOGREQS supporting eight USNS, two USS and three USCG warships. Briefed 430 active/reservist personnel during 13 ship evolutions which resulted in 100% mishap free missions. His leadership and mentorship led one of his Sailors to be selected as JSOQ and another to BJOQ.
-COMMAND IMPACT. Hand Selected as the Command Duty Officer Coordinator, he coordinated and chaired 11 CDO qualifying boards resulting in two Officers, three Chiefs, and six FCPO achieving their qualifications increasing the command force protection watch standing flexibility.
-SELFLESS VOULUNTEER. As a member of Navy Ball Committee he has planned and organized 10 fundraisers and 2 burger burns raising $3,000 contributing $75,000 overall fundraising efforts for the 2016 New Jersey Navy Ball allowing junior Sailors to attend at no cost. Active member of FCPOA/CPO 365 volunteering for food bank of Monmouth County, adopt a highway, and events throughout the local area.

** PETTY OFFICER JONES PERFORMANCE IS THAT OF A SEASONED CHIEF PETTY OFFICER PROMOTE NOW **

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