Electronics Technician (ET) EVAL Bullets


*UNIVERSAL TECHNICIAN. DURING HIS DUTIES ONBOARD THIS LAST YEAR, HE HAS PROVIDED EXPERIENCE ON 150+ TROUBLECALLS. HE WORKED ON A VARIETY OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT INCLUDING SOUNDEDPOWER GEAR, NMT, SINCGARS, URTs, WSCs, DAMA, DMRs, CBSP, PICTs, XEROX, RED PHONEs, PATCHING, LOUDSPEAKERs, SPS-49, SPS-67, AND SPS-73 RADARs. PROVIDED OVER READINESS THROUGHOUT PATROL 20-2 AND 21-1.




**PO2 RIVAS IS A MOTIVATED AND DEDICATED SAILOR WHOSE UNPARALLELED KNOWLEDGE AND VAST EXPERIENCE ARE AN ABSOLUTE ASSEST TO USS MONSOON MISSION.**

-TRUSTED MANAGER! As WCS for IS01 and being the Aloft program manager, ET2 Rivas implemented two Force Revisions, successfully completed and managed 1,000 maintenance requirements, and revised the Aloft program and created an aloft JQR qualifying 13 sailors. An exceptionally confident and capable sailor, he was appointed the POC over $700,000 worth of radio equipment, over $5,000 in ALOFT equipment, and over $750,000 in Combat Systems equipment. Responsible for classified equipment and material, had no security compromises and as a result, MONSOON has never failed to sail.
-SELF MOTIVATOR! In preparation for INSURV, he cleared xx RE-6 discrepancies. The only ET onboard, PO2 Rivas has demonstrated his technical expertise by correcting multiple redlines in port and at sea including but not limited to the SPS-73, SAT-Comms, MARFLIR, MRK-27 GYRO, HF Antenna change outs, Anti-Jam Antenna, and multiple vital equipment.

**STRONGEST RECOMMENDATION FOR ADVANCEMENT OR ANY PROGRAM LEADING TO A COMMISSION**




**PO2 RIVAS IS A MOTIVATED AND DEDICATED SAILOR WHOSE UNPARALLELED KNOWLEDGE AND VAST EXPERIENCE ARE AN ASSEST TO USS MONSOON MISSION. **
- TRUSTED MANAGER! As WCS for IS01, ET2 leads a team of 7 personnel both junior and senior and is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of equipment totaling more than 1/3 of the ship's monetary value or $3.3M. His skills managing more than 1000 line items have led to an impressive 6876 checks completed, totaling 5647.4 manhours with an AAR of 97%.
- SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT! In preparation for INSURV he wrote 22 out of 31 LOPs for the RE-6 checks which resulted in outstanding improvment and an overall up rating for both CC and IS areas.
- SELF MOTIVATED! ET2 wrote the Aloft program Instruction and created JQR for USS MONSOON qualifying 13 sailors in the program that has maintained a flawless saftey record. An exceptionally confident and a capable technician, despite wear and tear on gear, ET2 is responsible for, on no less than 6 occasions, fixing redline corrections and enabled MONSOON to get U/W and stay mission ready.
**STRONGEST RECOMMENDATION FOR ADVANCEMENT OR ANY PROGRAM LEADING TO A COMMISSION**




As one of four WCS, ET2 expertly led six junior sailors in the completion of 108 maintenance checks totaling over 70 hours on the ship's SPS-73 primary surface search radar system. ET2 also expeditiously coordinated the troubleshooting and restoration of 5 CASREP jobs within the ship's navigational suite maintaining USS Somerset's operational readiness.




-MOTIVATED LEADER. As WCS, led 6 sailors in the completion of 108 maintenance checks totaling in 70.8 hours on the AEGIS SPY-1D radar system. Coordinated the removal and replacement of 5 CANAB jobs within SPY-1D ensuring readiness within the 7th Fleet AOR.




-STELLAR TECHNICIAN. As the lead USC-61 digital modular radio (DMR) technician, he calibrated and tested 13 DMRs alongside In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) receiving 75 hours of on the job training, becoming the ship board subject matter expert. In addition, ET3 completed 51 maintenance checks on HF, VHF, UHF DMRs ensuring 100% system operation and increasing COMMS warfare area readiness.




          **A reliable technician, that has increased department productivity.**
-DILIGENT TECHNICIAN. Quickly learned all the necessary skill sets to become a competent member of the Management Information Department Team. Processed 250 Naval messages and inventoried 2300 Information Technology assets. Installed numerous network and phone drops and traced out 16 ports, ensured proper network connectivity at the command. Qualified as an Operations Help Desk watchstander, resolved 20 help desk tickets which increased operational readiness.
-ATTENTION TO DETAIL. Managed ten training records for any training deficiency reports generated by the Command Education and Training Department, verified all staff were 100 percent compliant with all required trainings.
-MISSION FOCUSED. As the Command Video Teleconference (VTC) Coordinator, managed the configuration and maintenance of 17 conference room VTC systems. At the newly opened Naval Branch Health Clinic (NBHC) in Gulfport, MS, repaired the VTC system and installed required network cabling, ensured proper operation. Additionally, managed three servers and 10 stand-alone systems utilized for telemedicine appointments across NHP and the 11 assigned NBHCs, improved access to care.
**ET2 has made a positive impact on the command and is recommended for advancement.**




As Command, Control, Communications, Computers for Intelligence, Reconnaissance and Surveillance (C4ISR) Division LPO, Command Master Training Specialist (MTS) Mentor, Tactical Communications/Expeditionary Communicator Lead Instructor, and Expeditionary Warfare Specialist (EXW) Mentor, he selflessly dedicated his personal time to providing guidance and training to 5 personnel in attaining their EXW qualification and MTS qualification. A recognized Subject Matter Expert with extensive experience in Tactical communications, he provided invaluable and timely counsel in the development and coordination of an Expeditionary Communications Proof of Concept. His efforts resulted in the completion of 5 successful classes with favorable acceptance from Force NECC. He spent over 100 hours updating and maintaining the Tactical Training Course in communications, ensuring all information was current and readily available to incoming Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians. He also provided over 200 hours of upgrades and parts replacement for the Tactical Training Network (TTN) which improved class curriculum and minimized risk to personnel and equipment. Volunteered for Legacy week aboard the USS Midway, assisted in setting up and tearing down EOD static display which was viewed by over 1,000 visitors.




TALENTED TECHNICIAN. Active in all divisional troubleshooting efforts, ET2's technical acumen was invaluable in the identification and repair of multiple faults in the OE-82 antenna. His efforts were key in ensuring ship's Sat Comms system was operational in support of communication operations and antenna upgrades.




Accomplished 1,257 PMS checks achieving an accomplishment rate of 96 percent. Guided a team of junior technicians in troubleshooting and correcting two faulty mode selector switches, driver tube, and power tube assemblies, and four coupler patch cables as well as performing full AN/URT-23 alignements which restored four transmitters.




ET3 Lorinczy took the initiative to learn and become the resident expert on the Navigation Sensor System Interface system (NAVSSI). His efforts led to the successful loading of charts and the subsequent safe and accurate navigation of hostile waters by USS NASSAU while operating in the Fifth Fleet AOR.




-ET3 McKinney has lead in the repair of CTM antenna cable. He instructed a group of 3 in routing the cables through the outside of the ship to the inside of the ship, pinning out the electrical wires, and weather proofing the cable enhancing High Frequency DF capability.
-Trouble shot the URN-25 when the system faulted out using technical manuals leading to the fault isolation of the A4 CCA in unit number 2 of the system.
-He showed his knowledge in trouble shooting after correcting a ship casualty on the Hydraulic Power Unit 1A by isolating the faulty component and replacing it to get the unit operational.
-Has instructed second class petty officers in the role of ESS in how to handle the position as Electronic system supervisor, leading to more qualified watch supervisors.
-Given ESWS training on ET and IC systems as the lead IFF technician to numerous sailors soon to be future enlisted surface warfare specialist.
-Was recommended to the XO by ETCS Drew in helping to fix personal electronic gear.
-Has completed over 130 hours to preventative maintenance
-Stands bridge ET for sea and anchor since 15JUL15 till present day, responding to all navigation, communications, and radar casualty on the bridge.
-Petty officer McKinney is a dependable supervisor and technician, that shows and passes his knowledge to his peers through training and demonstration.




DISPLAYING EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP AND OUTSTANDING RESOURCEFULNESS, ET1 XXXXXXX LED 17 COMMUNICATORS IN SUPPORTING 11 FIELD EXERCISES AND 3 DEPLOYMENTS. WITH RECOGNIZED SUPERIOR TECHNICAL ACUMEN, HE WAS CRUCIAL IN THE ONGOING DEVELOPMENT OF THE FIRST EVER TECHNICAL MANUAL SPECIFICALLY FOR RIVERINE COMMAND BOAT COMMUNICATIONS AND ENGINERING. AS THE LEAD COMMUNICATOR HE WAS PIVOTAL IN DEVELOPING THE RIVERINE UNMANNED GROUND SENSOR (UGS) SYSTEM, PROVIDING PREVIOUSLY UNAVAILABLE REMOTE MONITORING CAPABILITY TO RIVERINE FORCES. HAND SELECTED TO MANAGE ALL C4I REQUIREMENTS FOR THE FIRST RCB DEPLOYMENT TO THE CENTCOM AOR, HIS EFFORTS ESTABLISHED THE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR ONGOING AND FUTURE DEPLOYMENTS IN THE CENTCOM AOR.

ET2 Beyan is the epitome of the Navy core values and was nominated for NOSC Schenectady Sailor of the Year.

Quickly mastered the East Africa Counter-Narcotic (CN) analytic problem set to produce over 20 comprehensive assessments which directly contributed to the situational awareness of COCOM leadership and planners.

He rises to any and all challenges given and accepts any task no matter how large or small to get the mission accomplished on time and in the right way.

Planned, acquired, and installed $400k in communications and ADP equipment to create SBT-22ís first Tactical Operations Center trailor. His efforts delivered an effective, self-contained mobile communications center that provided over 100 hours of uninterrupted communications for RT1ís readiness assessment, directly contributing to the success of their training.

ET1 Nolan conducts himself in the manner of a Chief Petty Officer and his conduct on and off duty shows he is ready for any job the Navy or the civilian world could put in front of him.

Provided critical analytical support to the U.S. Office Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) for Narcotic Kingpin designations which faciliated Interagency and Law Enforcement partners' planning efforts on the African Continent.

Her commitment to bettering the unit, the Navy and herself are second to none. She is the sailor others strive to be.

Physical Security Manager, ensured operation of 89 devices, secure access points to 2 buildings and flight line and proper authorization of over 200 military and civilian personnel. CTT, facilitating ADAMS and Navy P&P for all incoming active duty personnel for NSA Naples.

As Operations Department Ground Electronics Maintenance Division Technician, ET3 expertly maintained all flight line communications equipment and Air Terminal AFN services, resulting in 100% mission readiness. As a Command Training Team member, ET3 facilitated Navy P&P for 250 incoming active duty personnel for NSA Naples in Command Indoc and was instrumental in the completion of two Command Assessments. His dedication gained the trust of his command to receive the ADAMS facilitators course, training normally held by more senior personnel.

Physical Security Manager, ensured operation of 53 devices, secured access points to 2 buildings and flight line and proper authorization of over 200 military and civilian personnel.

As CTT, facilitated ADAMS and Navy P&P for all incoming active duty personnel for NSA Naples.



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