Gunners Mate (GM) Eval Examples
Seaman Demay has proven herself to be a rising star in Weapons Maintenance Division. She is not only a superb technician, but an incredible leader in her own right as well.
-BREAKOUT LEADER. She has demonstrated leadership ability outstripping not only her Naval experience, but also her age. She successfully led 5 of her peers in the successful Fleet Return of 75 missiles, and 225 pieces of gas management over 150 hours to RFI status, greatly affecting command readiness. She also led 9 Reservists over a period of two weeks in the successful sanitization of 18 torpedo containers worth nearly 300,000 dollars.
-DETAILED ACCOUNTANT. She has shown an incredible penchant for numbers and organizing, committing over 30 hours to single handedly organize 1060 repair parts for various WMD maintenance operations with the repair parts being worth nearly 100,000 dollars.
-COMMUNITY ORIENTED. She has conducted herself as a Naval ambassador of the highest order, dedicating herself to an amalgam of worthy causes, totaling nearly 40 hours of colunteer time to worthy causes such as Boy Scouts, Feed the Homeless, and Open Base.
Truly a sailor with incredible potential. She takes on every task and delivers quality and consistent results. She has my absolute highest recommendation for retention and advancement, as well as for the STA-21 program.
AN "EP" PERFORMER BY EVERY MEASURABLE STANDARD.
-SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT. AS THE LEAD TECH FOR THE MK45 LIGHT WEIGHT GUN, SHE TIRELESSLY WORKED 135 HOURS WITH TECHNICAL SUPPORT TO FIX 1 MAJOR CASUALTY GIVING THE SHIP THE ABILITY TO SHOOT DURING RIMPAC. SHE ATTENDED A TWO WEEK ADVANCED TECHNICAL ENHANCEMENT COURSE TO GAIN KNOWLEDGE GIVING US THE ABILITY TO FIX MAJOR CASUALITIES WHILE ON DEPLOYMENT. ADDITIONALLY, SHE HAS TRAINED 6 PERSONNEL IN ALL OPERARTIONS OF THE MK45 MOD4 GUN SYSTEM.
-BORN LEADER. GM2 R_____ FLAWLESSLY AND SAFELY LED 23 SAILORS IN AMMUNITION ONLOADS OF 177,013 ROUNDS WORTH $64,172,839. AS WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR SHE LED 2 SAILORS IN 2,653 MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND 3,144 MAN HOURS. SHE CONTRIBUTED TO 235 WEAPONS QUALIFICATIONS AS A LINE COACH DIRECTLY HELPING MAINTAIN MANNING FOR DUTY SECTIONS.
-COMMAND INVOLVEMENT. EXCELLENT AMBASSADOR FOR MOMSEN AND THE NAVY, SHE SELFLESSLY VOLUNTEERED HER TIME TO ATTEND 2 COMRELS DURING SEAFAIR, 73 HOURS VOLUNTEERING WITH THE SNOHOMISH RUNNING COMPANY AND AN AMBASSADOR FOR THE PNW LADIES RUNNING GROUP. AS THE SCPOA VICE PRESIDENT SHE PLANNED AND ORGANIZED THE CHRISTMAS EVENTS FOR THE COMMAND TO BOOST MORALE. AS ONE OF 12 SAPR VICTIM ADVOCATES, SHE RECEIVED 30 HOURS OF TRAINING TO MAINTAIN HER SAPR VICTIM ADVOCATE CERTIFICATION.
PETTY OFFICER R______ DISPLAYS UNLIMITED POTENTIAL AND HAS MY STRONGEST RECOMMENDATION FOR ADVANCEMENT TO FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICER. GIVE HER THE FIELD AND WATCH HER LEAD.
A vital member of the CPED and SNOOPIE teams, he collected 80 hours of video footage and 150 still images in support of Maritime Security Operations in the Arabian Gulf. Furthermore, he trained 150 personnel in small arms qualifications to fortify (ship's) Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection organization for its 20xx deployment.
MERITORIOUS SERVICE AS LEADING PETTY OFFICER FOR WEAPONS DEPARTMENT CG DIVISION IN USS NEW YORK (LHD 29) FROM XXXXXX 20XX TO XXXXXXX 20XX. PETTY OFFICER POSEY CONSISTENTLY PERFORMED HIS DEMANDING DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND PROFESSIONAL MANNER. HE WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE CONTINUED SUCCESS OF NEW YORK'S WAR FIGHTING READINESS AND COMBAT SYSTEMS EXCELLENCE. HIS ACTIONS WERE RECOGNIZED DURING NUMEROUS EVENTS. PETTY OFFICER POSEY'S PERSEVERANCE, STEADFAST DEVOTION AND DEDICATION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.
AT NAVAL BEACH UNIT SEVEN, GM3 XXXXXXX USED ACUTE ATTENTION TO DETAIL AND A STEADY EYE, AS HE SAFELY AND SWIFTLY LOADED AND OFFLOADED 466 31ST MEU VEHICLES TO INCLUDE 7 TON TRUCKS, HUMMVES, DOZERS, AND OVER 400 MARINE TROOPS. HE ALSO SHOWED PRIDE IN HIS CRAFT BY HIS CONSTANT UPKEEP AND PRESERVATION OF ALL DECK SPACES AND GEAR WHICH HAS MADE LCU 1646 THE "SHOWCASE CRAFT".
Work Center Supervisor GM2 Miller spearheaded the preparation effort and succesful completion of CLDJ’s first Ordnance Technical Assist Visit which resulted in an accelerated and satisfactory rating for Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti's first ever Explosive Safety Inspection.
As Boat Captain in Riverine Squadron Two from July 20XX to July 20XX, Petty Officer Shultz consistently preformed his demanding duties in a highly professional manner. He distinguished himself as a highly respected and influential leader during the commissioning of the Squadron. Petty Officer Shultz demonstrated outstanding initiative and administrative acumen in the mentoring of 110 Sailors, 14 PCS moves, and the supervision of 400 Riverines sent to Camp Lejune for advanced training. He helped develop the controlled equipment tracking system for Riverine Squadron One's armory, securing over 200 weapons and 30,000 rounds of ammunition. He significantly enhanced the combat readiness for Riverine Squadron One and Two in preparation for the first Iraq deployment and the efforts against the Global War on Terrorism. As Squadron One's boat Safety Officer he ensured the safe qualification and operation of riverine Patrol Boats and Live weapons fire. As one of Squad Two's Boat Captains he planned and carried out 88 Patrol boat operations and 200 Tactical conveys throughout Al-Anbar province Iraq during two distinguished deployments. In addition, he trained the Coastal Riverine Squadron's Boat Captains, Coxswains and Engineers on the Riverine Command Boat to prepare for Squadron Two for its final deployment in the Arabian Gulf prior to the decommissioning of Riverine Squadron Two.
As a Range Safety Officer (RSO), Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor (SAMI) and Expeditionary Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor (ESAMI), Chief Nightly supervised the safe expenditure of 500,000 rounds of small arms ammunition during the flawless execution of 97 incident-free live-fire shooting evolutions.
PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AS A PROVEN LEADER AND INSTRUCTOR. BY HIS LEADERSHIP, TECHNICAL EXPERTISE AND EXCEPTIONAL TEACHING SKILL, PETTY OFFICER SULLIVAN SINGLE HANDEDLY SET UP A ROUND TABLE STUDY GROUP FOR THE EXW PROGRAM. HIS EFFORTS PRODUCED OVER 1,000 HOURS OF INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING, RESULTING IN 38 SAILORS SUCCESSFULLY OBTAINING THEIR WARFARE QUALIFICATION.
GM3 XXXXXXX DEMONSTRATED EXCEPTIONAL ORGANIZATION, MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP ABILITY. HE HAS BEEN OVERWHELMINGLY SUCCESSFUL IN ESTABLISHING DELTA COMPANY'S AMMO PROGRAM FROM THE BOTTOM UP. HIS NATURAL ABILITY IN ESTABLISHING RAPPORT WITH HIS FELLOW SAILORS HAS ENABLED AN INCREASE OF AMMO QUALIFICATIONS OF 29 MEMBERS FROM 0% TO 65% IN JUST 6 MONTHS. USING HIS EXTRAORDINARY ORGANIZATIONAL AND TRUE DECK PLATE LEADERSHIP, GM3 XXXXXXX HAS IMPROVED COMPLETIONS OF AMMO 18 TO 70%, MEMBERS AMMO BOARDS TO 51%, AMMO MEDICAL EXAMS TO 76%. GM3 XXXXXXX ALSO ENSURED MEMBER DOCUMENTATION WAS ACCURATE AND COMPLETE, ALLOWING MEMBERS TO PARTICIPATE IN AMMO OPERATIONS AT INDIAN ISLAND AND PREPARING THE COMPANY FOR BATTALION CERTIFICATION.
WHILE SERVING AS COMBAT SYSTEMS INSTRUCTOR IN THE CENTER FOR SURFACE COMBAT SYSTEMS (CSCS) DETACHMENT YOKOSUKA JAPAN, FROM XXXXX 2011 TO XXXXXXX 2011. GM1 XXXXXXX PROVIDED FLAWLESS INSTRUCTION TO OVER 150 OFFICER AND ENLISTED SAILORS, CIVILIAN PERSONNEL, AND JAPANESE NATIONALS IN AMMUNITION SUPPLY ADMINISTRATION, MAGAZINE SPRINKLER SYSTEMS AND 25MM MACHINE GUN OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE. HE CONVENED OVER 25 COURSES AND LOGGED OVER 500 LECTURE HOURS ENHANCING READINESS OF FDNF SHIPS AND COMMANDS.
GM3 maintained and accounted over $1 MIL in AA&E. His attention to detail maintained 100% accountability and assured operational readiness of 2 MK 38 25MM, 3 50. cals, 4 M240s , 2 MK19, 20 M9 s and 10 M4 s. GM3 completed over 500 maintenance checks, provided equipment validations to over 130 items during 3M Force Revision 2-16, including VBSS & ATFP inventories. His attention to detail set the standard in the successful offload of 100K lbs of Ordnance with ZERO mishaps.
GM1 XXXXXXX exceeded all expectations with his superior technical knowledge of the MK38 Mod 1 25MM chain gun system. He produced at the same, if not higher, level of quality and quantity of work expected of permanent shop personnel in which he completed 1 feeder, 1 receiver, 1 PCU, 1 ammunition can, and PCMS on 1 mount. GM1 XXXXXXX's leadership abilities allowed the 25MM shop to perform flawlessly when he was placed in charge during the work lead’s absence. He also developed a more efficient disassembly process for the 25MM ammunition cans which contributed to the overall process improvement plan.
SERVING AS GROUP SUPERVISOR FROM XXXXXX 20XX UNTIL XXXXXXX 20XX. PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX ENSURED THE COMPLETION OF OVER 9,000 MAINTENANCE CHECKS ACROSS THREE WORK CENTERS. DURING HIS TOUR ON BOARD, GM2 ALSO FILLED A CRUCIAL I.A. BILLET IN GUANTANAMO BAY CUBA. AS THE TEAM LEADER FOR HIS SQUAD, PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX ESTABLISHED NEW INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL SUCCESSORS TO EMULATE.
A capable Gunner's Mate. He continues to increase his knowledge of the Master-at-Arms rate and his contribution to the Security Department.
As an Integrated Training Team member, his experience has been crucial in educating and motivating Sailors to perform to the best of their ability both as individuals and as a team.
As resident expert on 25mm machine gun operations and maintenance, he taught 12 classes and ultimately enhanced readiness of FDNF ships and commands.
Expert knowledge and the ability to impart the immediate and dire effects of failure were vital to squadron field training exercise success
-Trusted Weapons Expert. Serviced and maintained over $1 million in weapon systems, NVD, and mounts in a continuous state of readiness.
Petty Officer Hall demonstrated exceptional expertise in the training and qualification of unit personnel during a small arms live fire exercise. His skill and ability to communicate the fine points of small arms marksmanship prepared unit personnel for deployment to the horn of Africa.
The G-2 Division workcenter Assistant LPO and magazine sprinkler lead operator, he played a central role in 13 ammunition onloads and offloads.
As the Assistant LPO, he qualified over 1,200 shipboard sailors in small arms and scheduled and conducted 12 magazine sprinkler tests and certifications on 76 magazines.
GM1 Knox was an outstanding patrol leader while conducting over 44 escorts and 150 static missions for Boat Div 51 Bravo section.
GM2 Porter's commitment to safety guaranteed that all live fire exercises were conducted without any safety violations or negligent discharges.
-Team Player. Provided equipment support for 3 subordinate commands and helped prepare over 500 marines for deployment, meeting all weapons qualification and safety requirements.
His clear and thorough instruction of over 100 Sailors, civilians, and local nationals in ammunition supply administration and magazine sprinkler systems inceased safety and readiness throughout the Command
Unlimited potential for further professional growth and development.
DEPLOYED TO CAMP LEMONNIOR, DJIBOUTI, AND SUCCESSFULLY IMPLEMENTED THE CAMP’S ARMORY SOP TO ENSURE THE AVAILABILITY OF OVER $1M IN AMMUNITION.
Selected over peers as CSCS DET YOKOSUKA Instructor of the Year.
As lead MK45 5" .54 Cal LWGM technician of CG division, Petty Officer J___ performend his duties in an exemplary and highly professional manner.
GM1 J___ conducted and supervised the completion of 1,000 maintenance checks and repaired over 100 casualties in MT 51 and 52 including the rebuilding of the breech block in MT 51.
GM1 J___ led 15 ammunition onloads/offloads with no safty mishaps or observations.
He maintained consistent control of an expansive arms, ammunition and explosives acountability program with zero incidents or discepancies.