Contributions to Team Building and Team Results
During this period he contributed over 100 hours of his personal time to NAVY endeavors to include volunteering to provide NAVY Swim Instruction to the Sea Cadets, Soccer Coaching in his community, and the mentorship of his fellow Sailors.
GM3 MCDONALD VOLUNTEERED OVER 17 HOURS OF HER PERSONAL TIME TO ENSURE MEMBER DOCUMENTATION WAS ACCURATE AND COMPLETE ALLOWING MEMBERS TO PARTICIPATE IN AMMO OPERATIONS AT INDIAN ISLAND AND BATTALION CERTIFICATION.
VOLUNTEERED AS OPERATIONS OFFICER FOR DET FIELD EXERCISE GOLDEN MUSTANG 2012, WHICH PROVIDED OPERATIONAL TRAINING FOR OVER 300 OPERATIONAL HEALTH SUPPORT UNIT PERSONNEL.
Deployed and volunteered to represent the main operating room for FMF training.
Stepped up to provide 40-plus hours of pre-INSURV technical assistance to five ships in the fleet. These efforts included the identification and repair of 12 equipment discrepancies, material condition evaluations, and training for 7 fleet technicians.
EXCELLENT INITIATIVE. He has selflessly spent eight off duty hours helping raise money for MWR by participating in fundraising events. He has also spent countless hours with the Honor Guard at xx games, xx games, and xx games.
Volunteered for and made it his personal responsibility to learn and present a historical presentation to all hands at NIOC Bahrain, honoring the cryptologic achievements leading up to the Battle of Midway.
Command/Community Involvement. Volunteered 10 off duty hours assisting and supporting one MWR fundraising event garnering $500 towards the Command's 2014 Holiday party.
MC2 Moses volunteered as the CHINFO CFC representative in 2012, leading the command to a CFC Presidential Award.
Helped establish the command's Junior Enlisted Association. Volunteered for Divisional Damage Control Petty Officer duty.
HE VOLUNTEERED FOR AN ARDUOUS DUTY INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTEE ONBOARD THE USS CLEVELAND WHERE HE LED SAILORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF MORE THAN 90 NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONAL AND PARTNER NATION WIRELESS NETWORK ACCOUNTS.
He embodied the principles of the NMCD mission by coordinating the Navy Region Southwest SAVY Fair increasing education on sexual assault to the region.
She is committed to improving the well being of the island community. She improved the awareness of the command by volunteering to serve as a Sexual Assault Prevention Representative and Suicide Intervention Team representative.
She enthusiastically volunteered to serve during a critical time when office manning was down by 25% and workload was increased by 50%, maintaining support for more than 500 Reserve members with no degradation in mission.
Chief Coleman volunteered to serve as a medical corpsman for the Army Corps of Engineers' Afghan Engineering District (AED) when the team required a medical corpsman on their missions.
After identifying a problem, he volunteered his off duty time to reorganize the pharmacy which decreased wait time from two hours to ten minutes.
He coordinated and led unit members in more than 10,000 hours of combined operational support, to COMNAVAIRLANT Supply N41 and several ships' logistical departments. In addition, LSCS Taylor volunteered for the first of several short-fused AT periods at our gaining command, NAVAIR Supply N41, alleviating manning shortfalls due to IA assignments supporting the CVW-2 Predeployment Integrated Strike Training Evolution at NAS FALLON.
HE SELFLESSLY VOLUNTEERED FOR AN INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTEE, SPENDING 12 MONTHS IN CUBA SUPPORTING JTF-GTMO DETAINEE OPERATIONS.
DEDICATED TEAMWORK. Consistently taking on new tasks to become proficient in his job. He eagerly took on the job as the sections assistant watchbill coordinator, quickly grasping its complexities and excelling with the added responsibilities of his existing job.
VOLUNTEERED TO TRAIN 90 SEABEES IN ENTRY CONROL POINT, PERSONAL INSPECTION, AND VEHICLE INSPECTION TO QUALIFY THEM FOR THE BASE ANNUAL NON-COMBATANT EVACUATION OPERATION CERTIFICATION.
Volunteered his personal time to ensure all personnel received complete issue of their gear. Established an effective partnership with the Store Keeper shop which minimized distractions and maximized accuracy.
He put the team goals and the team accountability ahead of his own individual situation, ensuring xx.
He applied the unique skill of appreciating and working smoothing with all levels of the chain of command.
- Mentor and team builder. Despite limited resources and workcenter experience, his/her excellent knowledge of proper maintenance procedures and coach-like guidance towards his/her personnel resulted in the qualification of X CDIs. His/Her dedication and positive mentorship greatly enhanced the workcenter's production efforts, while decreasing awaiting maintenance time.
-Inspirational leader. Developed a junior and inexperienced crew into a highly efficient and formidable team, reducing workload by 50 percent while meeting all squadron commitments with excellent results.
- A natural leader and team builder. Inspired personnel to reach their potential by capitalizing on subordinates' strengths and dramatically improving their weaknesses. His/Her continuous training and instruction molded an inexperienced workcenter into a highly cohesive and efficient team, greatly enhancing the command's mission effectiveness.
- Inspiring team builder. Rapidly qualified as Avionics Weapons Systems Release/Control Team Leader and work center CDI. Personally mentored eight personnel in weapons system processes, which resulted in the achievement of over 35 Team Member, Brake Rider, Duct Diver, NC-8A and NC-10 qualifications. His/Her efforts were vital in alleviating critical skill shortages within the Avionics Branch and improving squadron readiness.
- Appreciates the power of teamwork and a highly trained work force. Demonstrated a self-starting leadership style, which fosters teamwork and innovation from subordinates. His/Her efforts greatly enhanced the workcenter s efficiency and effectiveness.
- Gifted motivator and mentor. Significantly raised workcenter goals and standards, while instilling pride and job ownership in junior personnel. His/Her personal efforts have molded an inexperienced group of junior technicians into a highly cohesive and professional team, greatly enhancing operational readiness.
- Genuine team player. Worked extremely well with others while promoting a cohesive work force that produced quality results. Excelled in group tasking and motivated subordinates to accomplish seemingly impossible objectives. Maintained the highest standards of quality and workmanship, greatly enhancing efficiency and effectiveness.
- Great teamwork. Takes extreme pride in mentoring junior personnel in proper maintenance procedures with emphasis on safety. As the fuel cell entrant supervisor, he/she provided immeasurable assistance with the removal and replacement of a number one fuel cell. His/Her direct involvement in the procedure resulted in restoring a vital aircraft in record time, the squadron to meet all operational commitments.
- Team player. A leader in teamwork who focuses on command goals and objectives. Inspired and trained subordinates in "by the book" maintenance procedures ensuring strict adherence to the highest standards. His/Her devotion to duty contributed to the overall maintenance production efforts and mission readiness.
Outstanding Supervisor. As Team Leader and Senior Corpsman for the Progressive Care Unit, she led eight junior Sailors to provide quality healthcare and exceptional customer service to over 256 patients; this led to the satisfaction of treatment and care among 90% of patients and their benefeciaries.
-Aided facility excellence program. Worked 100+ hours on base beautification. Enhanced installation appearance and quality of life.
DYNAMIC TEAM PLAYER. Petty Officer Warren's take charge attitude directly impacted the VBSS team office, his eagerness of added responsibility has vastly improved ATG's VBSS team training effectiveness.
-Coached youth soccer and track, raised funds for the USN Birthday Ball, a hallmark event for over 1000 sailors and their families; forged deckplate pride.
A True Team Player. Flawlessly prepared and executed the administration required for an operation vital to national security and a 6-month Western Pacific Deployment.
- Extremely diversified. Sought out new ways to aid in Command enhancement and Sailorization, by organizing public outreach opportunities and volunteering hundreds of hours in support of Joint Color guard events, NRC fundraising, and local elementary schools.
-Skill and initiative are balanced by his genuine concern for peers and subordinates.
Trained 4 SCO successors in half the usual time required which resulted in increased shift manning and expertise.
Helped reorganize section into an efficient and streamlined department. He reduced late reports for all training requirements to zero.
Volunteered his rating experience and expertise for an enlisted training symposium at San Diego Submarine Base, Point Loma. For this event, he prepared and presented three training sessions, each with four hours of instruction, to an assembly of more than 60 service members which increased participatant understanding by 80% and prepared qualified watch standers down range to support Submarine Undersea Warfare annual training events.
Selected as COMMAND NEO Coordinator; managed this critical program with utmost care and efficiency
-Organized beautification project for Pearl Harbor elementary school, raised \$3000+ for new classroom furniture.
-Heartfelt leadership! Invited three Norfolk seamen for Thanksgiving & Xmas day meals; genuine troop caretaker
Aided Facility Management for 3 months showing great efficiency and enthusiasm
During a critical staffing shortage, she volunteered to cross-train in the NICU which raised Resiratory manning levels to 100%. She identified projected manning shoftfalls and and dveloped a training program for 11 staff members enabling them to function in the NICU during staffing shortages.
A dynamic Senior Enlisted Advisor, he increased communication between the ranks and increased overall morale at work
ENTHUSIASTIC TRAINER! Ensured sailors rotated positions during normal cruising watches to provide broadest possible experience--increased crew qualification and capability.
-Coordinated with 20 Program Managers, engineered physical and IA security controls associated with DISA-EUR facility upgrade; ensured continuous bullet-proof comm during and after cutover; saved command over $40K in outsourcing
-Motivated team player; contributed off-duty time and effort to support unit and community activities.
-Volunteered for Commander's change of command ceremony. Demonstrated excellent military community involvement.
- Community-minded! Completed Red Cross volunteer orientation and training and is now qualified to assist local disaster response teams when needed.
-Motivated team player. Contributed off-duty time and effort to support unit's self-help project which saved an estimated $30,000.
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