As the detachment's weapons LPO, he ensures that 100% of the maintanance and tracking for deadly force briefs and weapons qualification is performed and maintained. He expertly led the training program for 3M-301 maintanance person increasing qualification from 20% at the squadron's inception to 80%.
His leadership directly led to the successful stand up and establishment of the newly commissioned MSRON14 Boat Det B weapons department. He volunteered for and attended the NECC Armorer School filling a mission critical role as detachment armorer in order to receive the detachment's TOA of weapons. As the unit's Armorer and resident expert on small arms and crew served weapons, he set up, designed and instituted a weapons training program that qualified 33 Boat Det B and 100 squadron personnel on the M9 service pistol and M4 service rifle, improving the Squadron's readiness by 50 percent.
AS WARRIOR TRANSITION PROGRAM WEAPONS LPO, LED ARMORERS IN THE COLLECTION, INVENTORY, INSPECTION AND SHIPPING OF MORE THAN 4,000 WEAPONS AND ACCESSORIES VALUED AT MORE THAN 3.5 MILLION DOLLARS. ADDITIONALLY, HE LOCATED OVER 100 MISSING WEAPONS, PEQS, AND CCOs VALUED AT MORE THAN $50,000 DOLLARS, COORDINATED AND SUPERVISED SHIPMENT OF WEAPONS BACK TO VARIOUS ARMY DEPOTS WITH 100% ACCOUNTABILITY AND ZERO DISCREPANCIES.