Boatswain's Mate (BM) Evals


- ENGAGED LEADER. Expertly developed and directed two diverse junior Sailors during a predeployment training cycle with Deck Department earning a 94% Seamanship rating during Tailored Ship's training Availability.

- COMMAND IMPACT. Highly involved in command training programs to include Seamanship, INSURV, and Damage COntrol Training Teams. As a repair 2 DCTT Locker Leader, developed 17 General Quarter drill packages and led a 8-person DCTT while conducting safe and effective scenerios for over 160 locker personnel. As Flying Squad Locker Lead, conducted over 55 successful drills involving complex integrated operations with five other training teams.

- COMMITTED MENTOR. Sought out by Junior Sailors for his counsel. A consistent presence on qualification boards and supporter of professional growth, he contributed to over 100 Sailors earning their Enlisted Warfare Insignia.




PRIMARY DUTIES. As Assistant Leading Petty Officer, BM1 Shelton assists with overseeing 10 personnel in their day to day operations which includes mustering, equipment operations, facilitating training and MWR/ Volunteer events.

MISSION FOCUSED: As ACD ALPO at CAX, BM1 assisted the LPO in making sure all ACD sailors had everything they needed to be at the right location and on time for all evolutions. BM1 assisted the coordination of personnel in getting all admin concerns, uniform issues, and PGI issues completed with zero discrepancies. During ACD training at Norfolk AMC, BM1 participated in the movement of 186,073 lbs. of general cargo, 64,784 lbs. of provisions for GTMO detainees, 46,784 lbs. of guided missile components, and the loading of 156 bags for 78 PAX and 3 vehicles. Completed over 113 hours of 10K R/T Forklift, 6K Forklift and 25 K-Loader training and operations. BM1 signed off line items for 8 members in their Air Cargo PQS. Her efforts led to B2 ACD being 100% mission ready. She also assisted the EXW coordinators by signing over 50 PQS signatures for 10 sailors resulting in a significant increase in the members' completion rate. As Team 2 Ramp Supervisor, BM1 has excellent situational awareness, directed movements, troubleshot and resolved problems/changes and communicated a solution swiftly and confidently. As Ramp Supervisor, Pallet Builder & MHE operator, BM1 played a large part in the successful movement of 431 pallets, 296,720 lbs. of mail, 894,835 lbs. of general cargo, 427 passenger movements, 3 DV s and 4 Navy/Army Joint Inspections for 161 CENTCOM Joint Task Force aircraft in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. Her leadership as Ramp Supervisor has resulted in mission critical cargo reaching its destinations ahead of schedule with 100% accountability and ZERO safety mishaps.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Qualified Air Cargo JQR: 202-MHE R/T FORKLIFT, 203-MHE K-LOADER, 303-MHE OPERATOR, 305-HAZ MAT TECH. Obtained the following MHE license: MMV, 10K R/T Forklift, 6K Forklift and 25 K-Loader.

MILITARY AMBASSADOR: Petty Officer Shelton is the liaison between the chain of command, her sailors and the local USO office. She has coordinated volunteer time for 6 Sailors for a total of 84-man hours while presenting a positive image of the Navy.

Petty Officer Shelton is a skilled supervisor who strives for excellence. She actively meets every challenge and has unlimited growth potential. Challenge with greater responsibility now!




** DISPLAYS EXCEPTIONAL COMMITMENT TO MISSION SUCCESS AND SUBORDINATE DEVELOPMENT! **

-SUPERB LEADER. Expertly managed 14 highly skilled Sailors in the complex operation of a 2.9 mile/$1.5B pier complex, successfully completed two Facility Response Assessments and qualified 10 Sailors in key operational requirements stations. As one of two Dock Masters, he is credited for 30 incident free mooring evolutions for USS, USNS and USCG ships.
-SAILORIZATION- As the Command DAPA, he provided invaluable preventive training lectures throughout the command and consistently engaged with high-risk Sailors providing assistance, resulting in the command achieving an ARI/DUI and Drug Free environment for over 12 months saving the Chain of Command immeasurable administrative/disciplinary actions.
-EXCELLENT INITIATIVE. Emphasizes the importance of community relationships volunteered over 45 hours with Monmouth County Habitat for Humanity, JBJ Soul Kitchen, Tinton Falls Middle School, and The African American Festival. He organized three fundraising events raising $1k contributing to the 242 Navy Birthday celebrations. He is 100% committed to CPO 365 and FCPOA, proactive and injects new ideas to improve core dynamics.

**PETTY OFFICER JONES DISPLAYS EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP QUALITIES, ABILITY TO GET THE JOB DONE; SELECT NOW**




Highly productive and versatile Sailor. A natural leader with true deckplate leadership, remarkable military bearing and professionalism!
SUPERIOR MANAGER. Expertly managed 13 highly skilled Sailors in the complex operation of a 2.9 mile/$1.5B pier complex, successfully completed two Facility Response Assessments, qualified 10 Sailors in key operational requirements and is credited for 33 USS, USNS and USCG incident free mooring evolutions.
OUTSTANDING MENTOR. Devotion to subordinates is clearly reflected through their qualifications, advancements and recognition. Two JSOQs and one BJOQ selected, two advancements, three NAM's, 2 MOVSM's, two FLOC's and 42 college credits earned by her Sailors.
Altruistic Sailor. Emphasizes the importance of Community relationships. Partnered with Monmouth County Habitat for Humanity, she organized eight separate events for NWS Earle Sailors to help rebuild the community. 100% committed to CPO 365 and FCPOA; proactive and injects new ideas to improve core dynamics.

BM1 Romans is a top performer who inspires her Sailors and gets the job done!
*** PROMOTE THIS OUTSTANDING SAILOR TO CHIEF PETTY OFFICER NOW ***




**OUTSTANDING FIRST IMPRESSION HIGHLY RESPONSIVE WITH AN INTENSE DRIVE TO SUCCEED**

-EXCEPTIONAL TEAM PLAYER. He led a team of 8 personnel in the testing serialization of over 100 shore power cables to correct CIP inspection discrepancies contributing to Port Operations overall score of 96.8%. Led the inventory, management and transfer of over 150 pieces of furniture valued at over $55K to Port Ops new location while maintaining 100% accuracy and validity without interruption to command mission.
-SELF STARTER. Qualified Line Handler, Safety Observer and Port Operations Duty Officer and attended the Facility Response Training course while working on various Port Operations and Command Qualifications. Assisted in the docking/undocking of one USCG, two USS, three USNS ship movements and was a key player in the placement of 10,900 feet of Oil Response Boom accumulating 30 hours of Pier Support.
-SELFLESS VOLUNTEER. Volunteer for Monmouth County Habitat for Humanity, Tinton Falls Middle School Field Day and Colts Neck Highway clean-up accumulating 20 hours of community service, increasing NWS EARLE community relations. He dedicated 28 hours to 4 active duty funeral details rendering the utmost respect and honors to fallen Navy veterans and their families.

**HARD CHARGING PERFORMER PRODUCING QUALITY RESULTS RECOMMENDED FOR ADVANCEMNET TO CPO**




ESSENTIAL TEAM MEMBER: While on orders assisting her parent command, BM3 assisted 12 ordnance handlers in the movement of 39 tomahawk cruise missiles. During the offload into their respective magazines, she performed the required pre-inspection checks on the $62 million dollars worth of ordnance, ensuring they were ready for reissue to the Fleet.


While assigned to Fire Watch Division, vigilantly stood 846 hours of watch overseeing 912 shipyard hot work projects with zero mishaps. Additionally, maintained 90 CO2 fire extinguishers leading to the increased rapid casualty response in support of Refueling Complex Overhaul.


BM1 Connor rapidly qualified and was able to support the USS Never Home to help out the undermanned watchbill. His technical prowess allowed him to repair many mission critical assets during the past deployment. His attention to detail and drive help lead his division to an EXCELLENT during their last inspection.


Performed lifeguard duties for the Second Class Swim Qualification. He has helped MSRON 9 get 17 Navy personnel and 23 Coast Guard personnel qualified as Second Class swimmer which prepared them for their scheduled deployment. Due to his time and dedication, he helped MSRON 1 and MSRON 9 improve their manpower and ability to accomplish boat missions.


-OUTSTANDING MANAGER. Expertly trained and guided 23 Sailors to the next pay grade, increasing Deck Department's level of knowledge. Managed 33 Sailors in their daily operations to include watch standing and special evolutions, resulting in the outstanding performance of Deck Department during _________ and __________ .


Assisted in the offload of 27 liferafts for re-certifications during USS XXXXXX CNO availability. As 2nd Division LPO, she managed the preservation of 30 spaces, completing 50 jobs through AWN, improving XXXXX's mission readiness. Mentored 53 junior Sailors through 82 CDBs, resulting in 8 Career Waypoint approvals, 2 Navy advancements, one BJOQ, one MAP, 12 college credits, and 100% retention.

As DCTT AND STT Evaluator she trained 412 Sailors in seamanship and fire fighting techniques in preparation for LOA, MOB-s, SAR Cert, and AMW certifications.

Successfully led her department through SAR 1.0-1.3, MOB-S 1.0-1.4 and 48 wet well deck operations, and 21 small boat evolutions.

As Departmental #MA she oversaw two work centers for the completion of 1,863 PMS checks, 2,450 man hours and 42 spot checks, which achieved an overall score of 92% during XXXXX's 2016 3M Mid-Cycle assessment.


BM3 XXXXXX IS AN EFFECTIVE JUNIOR PETTY OFFICER. HIS WORK ASSISTED IN SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF CENTCOM DEPLOYMENT. HE INSTRUCTED 25 GUATEMALAN NAVAL SPECIAL FORCES ON PROPER OPERATION OF RADIOS WHICH GREATLY BENEFITED THEM TACTICALLY. BM3 ALSO HELPED DEVELOP GROUND TACTICS FOR THE GUATEMALAN FEN, AIDED IN MULTIPLE GUNSHOOTS, TAUGHT TROOPS IN MARKSMANSHIP, AND WORKED WITH HARRIS REPRESENATIVES REPAIRING RADIOS.

BM3 XXXXXXX's actions on board the USS Gladiator in the Straits of Hormuz were integral to the accomplishment of the mission. His rapid and efficient response to changes in the mission allowed the ship to function properly.

As CTG 56.7 Tactical Craft Crewman, BM2 Harbor completed 310 missions, including 120 escorts, and 365 static missions and directly contributed to maintaining safe passage.

Petty Officer Harbor proved to be a fundamental part of Detachment Tango’s successful execution of 435 training missions totaling over 3000 mishap-free operating hours.

BM1 Johnson's reputation for reliability resulted in his being trusted with our most critical daily assignments and PMS in addition to a variety of additional duties.

Routed 30 PQS, conducted 25 training topics, and arranged and prepared 3 port briefs.

Petty Officer Johnson completed 12 thorough craft corrosion inspections with minimal discrepancies.

Impressed chain of command with rare technical competence demonstrated in the management of over 200 scheduled and unscheduled maintenance checks for six rigid hull inflatable boats (RHIBs), 12 small boat trailers and related small boat equipment.



Training

Demonstrated outstanding professionalism. He contributed more than 2500 instructional hours for over 2,500 personnel (active and reserve component) for 13 surface cargo CIN courses and 7 unit-level training readiness and assessments (preparatory and certifications).

As a subject matter expert for surface cargo handling operations, he instructed and assessed over 2,500 active and reserve personnel worldwide. In addition, he developed and trained 8 instructors and facilitated the graduation of over 1300 surface cargo handling students. His diligent efforts increased fleet readiness and produced the most qualified forward deployed cargo handlers for 6 Combatant Commanders to support campaigns such as OIF, OEF, OUR, OND and humanitarian services.

He led Surface Cargo to be the Training and Evaluation Unit's number one asset.

Exhibiting unparalleled leadership as a Course Supervisor, he merged the basic cargo CIN course with the unit level training and readiness assessment preparatory(ULTRA-P) training plan and created an instructor qualification card, 6 job sheets for cargo handling labs, and revised 11 drill cards used to train and certify navy cargo handling battalions.

He demonstrated exceptional initiative and unusual attention to detail in the training of six junior Sailors during small boat operations, directly contributing to over 200 mishap-free operating hours.

BM2 Cox's extensive technical knowledge was demonstrated while training 30 prospective students, including 23 deck engineers and 15 loadmaster students, all recent graduates of their respective schools.

Petty Officer Johnson administered refresher training for 3M-301 for all crewman ensuring PMS checks are done correctly and enforcing their completion.



Fitness

As the command fitness leader, created a fitness culture for the command resulting in zero failures and a 20% average decrease in body fat, keeping 100% of the unit fit for duty.

Enthusiastically and effectively managing a successful command fitness program.

Demonstrated superb initiative and endurance while developing and managing the Command Fitness Program and Command Career Counselor Program.



Leadership

Developed and aided the Tuition Assistance workshops with Command Indoctrination which saved more than 40 man hours for 3 commands on the base.

Developed a mentorship program for surface cargo that fostered a climate of mentoring throughout the command resulting in 10 members being advanced to the next pay grade.



Community Service

As a member of the First Class Petty Officer Association, he received several Letters of Appreciation for community service for devoting more than 60 hours to volunteer service and command functions. (E-5 and below training, Petty officer indoc, Yorktown Beach Museum, and NJROTC(Richmond).



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