Tool Room Statements
Electrical Tool Room Petty Officer. Troubleshot and repaired 7 Huckguns, raising the number of operational Huckguns from zero to seven and restoring the command's ability to repair the cushion bags on the LCACs.
Central Tool Room (CTR) Custodian, he meticulously inventoried 130 tool kits valued at $600,000 and issued those kits to 5 job sites in support of public works base projects. He completed 67 checks on CTR equipment, maintaining 100% mission readiness for disaster relief operations.
Oversaw the deployment and establishment of an RBE element with 20 personnel. Identified the need for and established procedures for Tool Room.
As Central Tool Room monitor, San Diego, CBMU 303, she expertly managed 1.2 million in Non-CESE TOA which increased mission readiness to complete scheduled and unscheduled project taskings. Her personal initiative saved the Navy over $55,000 by ensuring items no longer needed were sent to DRMO to be reutilized.
Central Tool Room Leading Petty Officer and Table of Allowance Manager. His work center management resulted in zero discrepancies during the 2013 PACOM Deployment Operational Readiness Inspection and a 99.5% ARP turnover validity rate during the 2015 PACOM deployment.
AS TOOL ROOM LEADING PETTY OFFICER, HE PROVIDED STEADFAST MENTORSHIP FOR 13 SAILORS DIRECTLY RESULTING IN THE SQUADRON RECEIVING TWO "GOLDEN WRENCH", THREE BATTLE "E" RIBBONS, AND TWO SAFETY "S" AWARDS, AND TWO RETENTION EXCELLENCE AWARDS.
Supervised the Tool Room NCO in the completion of 188 inventories of all Motor Transport Maintenance Sets, Kits, Outfits and Tools, to include Garrison Tools and Using Unit responsibilities Items totaling over 6500 tools worth over $2,000,000. Assisted and oversaw the Layettes and Demand Support Items NCO in the handling of over 1300 National Stock Numbered items, valued at more than $300,000.
Detail Sasebo Material Liaison Office and Central Tool Room custodian. Her attention to detail was key to the efficient management of CTR, accounting for 27 tool kits and over 300 shelve items valued at $150k. In the MLO, she contributed to 1042 mandays of construction through the receiving, inventory, and issuing of 140 line items of project material.
While tool room supervisor, AWV2 Nelson researched, tracked, and ordered 200 open purchase requests totalling over $20,000 and filled 200 BTRs with 100% accuracy in documentation, reorder, and distribution. Also redistributed 100 line items valued at $20,000 using DRMS. AWV2 managed 7 Aircrew deployment tool kits containing essential aircraft maintenance equipment valued at $200,000 each.