Personnel Reliability Program (PRP) Evals
- Assumed oversight responsibility for the PRP of two co-located Navy Reserve Units that did not have certified Command Fitness Leaders. Not only did this result in a well-run PRP, but stimulated esprit de corps among our fellow Navy units.
- Invaluable instructor. Briefed over 130 squadron personnel on PRP and accomplished annual mandatory training within a day.
Lead FLY and PRP technician. Tracked PRP status and conducted certification, record audits, and case management for 1000 members. Aided in NSAV preparation: reviewed 156 charts and 53 related processes.
Monitored PRP "fly" status. Reviewed status and documentation for 240 patients, 56 flight, and PRP dispositions a month. Aided USSTRATCOM PRP mission operations requirement. Integrated "fly and non-fly" PRP clinic; eased transition for 1100 PRP members, hailed as "Benchmark program".
SECURITY LEADING PETTY OFFICER AND COMMAND INVESTIGATOR, FLEET AIR RECONNAISSANCE SQUADRON DET FOUR. MA1 DIRECTED, MANAGED AND TRAINED 100 MASTER-AT-ARMS SUPPORTING U.S. STRATCOM MISSIONS. HER LEADERSHIP LED TO 37 ADVANCEMENTS, 28 ENLISTED AVIATION WARFARE QUALIFICATIONS, THREE SAILORS OF THE YEAR AND EIGHT SAILOR OF THE QUARTER SELECTIONS. AS THE SENIOR PRP MONITOR, SHE WAS INTEGRAL IN THE DETACHMENT'S FIRST DSSP INSPECTION WITH OUTSTANDING RESULTS.
MA1 DIRECTED, SUPERVISED AND MANAGED OVER 90 SMALL ARMS GUN RANGES QUALIFYING OVER 800 SECURITY FORCE PERSONNEL, NAVAL PILOTS, AIR CREW AND SEABEE PERSONNEL, EXPENDING WELL OVER 100,000 ROUNDS WITH ZERO MISHAPS. HE TRAINED AND CERTIFIED 211 NAVY, 375 AIR FORCE AND 122 DOD PERSONNEL, RESULTING IN AN OVERALL AVERAGE OF 92% ON POST STANDING PROCEDURES WRITTEN TEST AND BOARDS. HE SUPERVISED SIX PRP MONITORS IN THE SCREENING, CERTIFICATION AND MONITORING OF 412 AIRCREW AND DECKPLATE PERSONNEL.