Mineman (MN) Eval Examples


***EVALUATION SUBMITTED UPON MEMBERS TRANSFER TO (next command)***
***Respected for his integrity, poise, and dynamic leadership. A true asset to the (current) community who has my total trust and confidence. His presence onboard will be missed!***
-BIG PICTURE LEADER. In preparation for LOA (Light Off Assessment) as a DCTT member he assisted in 24 damage control drills and instructed 72 training sessions, earning a score of 99% in the DC area of focus. As our SAMI he shepherded the crew through one simulator and three small arms/ CSW exercises qualifying 100% of shooters. He also sustained a fully-qualified ATTT and in preparation for EXPSAF 1.1/ 1.2, validated and corrected 94% of the 457 SESI line items.
-COMMAND FIRST, SAILORS ALWAYS. MNC led a water-front wide warning shot/ deadly force and AT PQS training lesson resulting in 19 fully qualified watch standers for three crews and one PCU. As a direct reflection of his leadership, 100% of his division either requalified or earned their initial ESWS qualification to include his DIVO who earned his SWO pin.
UNFLAPPABLE DRIVE- As CG03 LCPO he guided his Sailors in completing over 4,200 maintenance checks, magazine recertification, ammo onload, one ISIC and one SURFPAC AT inspection, a Force Revision and over 40 CSMP jobs. His mentorship led to a JSOQ and SOQ as well as four Sailors advancing to the next highest paygrade.
*(closing statement endorsing the early promotion of afore mentions Sailor), CHIEF PETTY OFFICER (name) IS READY TO BE A SCPO TODAY!*




The Secretary of the Navy takes pleasure in presenting the Navy Commendation Medal to Petty Officer Second Class (DV) XXXXXXX, United States Navy for service as set forth in the following Citation: While his buddy diver was working on underwater explosives, he had a total equipment failure. It was Petty Officer's quick reaction and lack of fear that allowed him to reach his buddy, supply him with spare air, make the necessary decompression stops and finally make the surface. Without the heroic actions of Petty Officer XXXXXXX, it is almost certain that another Sailor would have been lost at sea forever.




Served as Armory custodian for MCM CREW FEARLESS from July 2008 to October 2011 while embarked on USS PIONEER MCM 9 and USS ARDENT MCM-12 deployed to 5th Fleet AOR. MN3 XXXXXXX consistently performed his demanding duties in an exemplary and highly professional manner. Petty Officer XXXXXXX has proven himself to be a valuable and distinguished member of the Operations Department as an explosive cutter handler. He displayed exceptional technical expertise and was directly responsible for building and maintaining 30 cutter handlers which resulted in a 90% success rate. He effectively managed 15 Ready Service Lockers, 20 accountability logs and performed preventive maintenance on 19 small arms weapons and 7 crew served weapons. His extraordinary commitment resulted in a score of 99% during the Conventional Ordnance Safety Review inspection.




OD01 assistant work center supervisor for MCM CREW FEARLESS from October 2008 to November 2011 while embarked in USS PIONEER MCM 9 and USS ARDENT MCM-12 deployed to 5th Fleet AOR. PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX HAS CONSISTENTLY PERFORMED HIS DUTIES IN A SUPERIOR MANNER. AS BOAT DAVIT CAPTAIN MN3 XXXXXXX ORCHESTRATED AND SAFELY FACILITATED THE LAUNCHING AND RECOVERY OF RIDGDE HULL INFLATABLE BOATS FOR OVER 20 EVOLUTIONS. INTRUMENTAL AS MINESWEEP PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE, HE ensured his division was trained and fully PREPARED TO CONDUCT MINESWEEPING AND MINEHUNTING OPERATIONS contributing to MCM CREW FEARLESS' success during missions vital to the global war on terrorism while deployed in the 5th fleet area of responsibility. HIS EFFORTS AS VEHICLE HANDLING SYSTEM OPERATOR HAVE RESULTED IN COUNTLESS SUCCESSFUL MINE NETURALIZATION VECHILE FLIGHTS AND RECOVERIES ON BOARD BOTH USS PIONEER AND USS ARDENT.

As a Test and Evaluation Team member, he participated in the realistic testing of an advanced autonomous underwater mine detection system, the Mark 18 MOD 2 UUV System.

His diligent and thoughtful application of his knowledge of mine warfare led to the successful development and realistic evaluation of a high-priority capability for the U.S. Navy.



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