Repair Parts Petty Officer (RPPO)
DYNAMIC LEADER. Led 3 personnel with the swift logistical movement of approximately 242 pallets of MREs valued at $1.4 m in support of NSA Bahrain Covid-19 emergency shutdown and feeding of over 3500 military personnel and civilian personnel.
As RPPO, he managed an annual ATFP Budget of $250,000 and oversaw all LHD AEL inspections resulting in zero discrepancies.
AS DIVISIONAL RPPO, SHE ENSURED CA01 WAS ALWAYS MATERIALLY READY WHILE ORDERING AND TRACKING OVER 270 REQUISITIONS TOTALING OVER $60,000.
AS THE DIVISIONAL REPAIR PARTS PETTY OFFICER, HE SELFLESSLY DEVOTED OVER 100 OFF-DUTY HOURS ENSURING ALL AVAILABLE REPAIR PARTS AND CONSUMABLES WERE ORDERED, DELIVERED AND ACCOUNTED FOR DURING SIX REFITS AND FOUR VOYAGE REPAIR PERIODS FACILITATING 100% READINESS OF THE USS NEVERHOME STRATEGIC WEAPON SYSTEM THROUGHOUT THE DEPLOYMENT.
While serving as Repair Parts Petty Officer onboard, QM3 was critical component of the NN01's Navigation Certification ordering all missing or essential parts to successfully certify MOB-N 1.4.
AS RPPO, HE MANAGED, STOCKED AND ORDERED CONSUMABLE AND REPAIRABLE PARTS ENABLING THE DECK DEPARTMENT TO COMPLETE CRITICAL MAINTENANCE AND PRESERVATION IN A TIMELY MANNER.
He managed an annual ATFP Budget of $350,000.00 and overall LHD AEL inspections resulting in zero discrepancies.
Qualifying and assuming duties of Repair Parts Petty Officer for the Fire Control division, Petty Officer Tyler was instrumental in maintaining over 100 maintenance assist modules and ordering serveral critical repair parts, allowing the USS Rhode Island to remain tactically sound and continue her mission.
AS RPPO, DEMONSTRATED EXCEPTIONAL DEDICATION AND HARD WORK. HE WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR OVER 200,000 DOLLARS AND ENSURED THE SHIP RECEIVED NEW ANTITERRORISM/FORCE PROTECTION TACTICAL GEAR.
He successfully managed over 600 AMAL line-items worth over $200,000 and ensured the medical department was 100% ready at a moment's notice.
He maintained over 2000 supply parts and Ready Service spares by developing and implementing a state of the art tracking system saving thousands of man hours over his four years on board USS SELECTEE.
AS DIVISIONAL RPPO, SHE ORDERED OVER $200,000 WORTH OF PARTS FOR FIVE WORK CENTERS WITHIN HER DIVISION RESULTING IN OVERALL OCCUPATIONAL READINESS.
HER COUNTLESS HOURS AS RPPO WERE DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ORDERING AND TRACKING OF OVER $300,000 OF MISSION ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT FOR FORT MCHENRY'S INSURV, AMW, SAR, AND AVIATION CERTIFICATIONS.
As the Departmental RPPO, he efficiently managed an annual budget of $150,000 and ensured that all wood and necessary material was received and on hand to conduct cradle builds for the docking of Pacific Fleet assets with zero delays.
AS ELECTRICAL DIVISION REPAIR PARTS PETTY OFFICER, SHE SUPERVISED 4 DIVISIONAL RPPOs AND MANAGED OVER 300 JOB SEQUENCE NUMBERS (JSNs) WHICH CONTRIBUTED TO THE REPAIRS OF SLIDING PAD-EYE #17, REEFER #2, AND AIR CONDITIONING PLANTS 8 AND 9, IMPROVING ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT AUXILIARIES AND CREW COMFORT.
As RPPO he was responsible for the ordering $54,345 in parts, tools and materials this quarter for CS-6. Ensured 100% completion and accountability of all CS6 equipment maintenance evolutions to maximize TR's combat readiness.
As RPPO, Petty Officer Servando coordinated the spending of over 300,000 dollars to ensure mission readiness.
PETTY OFFICER NELSON TRAINED 40 PERSONNEL AND PROVIDED $88,000 IN OPERATIONAL FUNDS TO DIRECTLY SUPPORT 12 MISSION BUILDING EXERCISES WITH ZERO RATIFICATION. AS PERSONAL PROPERTY MANAGER, SHE ENSURED OVER 1000 ITEMS WERE PROPERLY DOCUMENTED AND TRAINED 11 RPPOs IN STRICT ADHERENCE WITH WARCOM POLICIES. HER LEADERSHIP AND KEEN ATTENTION TO DETAIL LED TO THE ISSUE AND RECEIPT OF ALL GEAR AND UNIFORM ITEMS TO SUPPORT UNIT TWO RESULTING IN 100% MATERIAL READINESS.
PETTY OFFICER GILL'S DEVOTION LEAD TO 100% VALIDITY IN THREE STORE ROOMS. HE EXPEDITIOUSLY ORDERED $50,000 IN PARTS AND SUPPLIES WHICH LEAD TO S-3 RECEIVING AN OVERALL GRADE 0F 95.5.
AS RPPO PETTY OFFICER, SHE MANAGED A BUDGET OF $12,000 TO MAINTAIN THE EFFECTIVENESS OF IWTS KINGSBAY.
As Repair Parts Petty Officer he was directly responsible for the inventory of 355 maintenance and repair parts worth $200,000 in repair parts supporting 310 pieces of Civil Engineering Support Equipment.
AS REPAIR PARTS PETTY OFFICER, PETTY OFFICER POZZI PROVIDED 177 TONER CARTRIDGES TO WORKCENTERS ONBOARD ANZIO DURING DEPLOYMENT IN SUPPORT OF OPERATION INHERENT RESOLVE TO ENSURE ANZIO MAINTAINS MISSION REDINESS AND SAVed $3,566.