Command Chief Eval Inputs
Shortly following his return from a one-year Afghanistan tour, Master Chief Coleman assumed his demanding position for a 26-member unit, employing outstanding leadership and management talents. He was instrumental in creating a strong, cohesive, and theater-savvy unit, was an invaluable resource for NAVCENT HQ, capable of providing experienced personnel for critical and short-fused needs, and was an informational "go-to" for personnel deploying downrange.
During a time of near 100% turnover, Master Chief Coleman expertly managed a smooth transition, overcoming myriad and unexpected personnel challenges. Since assuming his duties, Master Chief Coleman managed a tremendous level of operational support, including 288 man-days by unit members at NAVCENT/C5F Headquarters in Bahrain, as well as 45 man-days of CONUS support by unit members to produce the 3-star fleet commander's priority daily media products. He has also provided critical Afghanistan media operations training and theater situational awareness to numerous community personnel deploying for OEF, resulting in over 1,300 man-days in Afghanistan support by unit members alone.
Overcoming the inherent challenges of leading a unit of distance drillers, Master Chief Coleman developed and managed 5 all-hands unit gatherings in Boston, MA, Newport, RI, Baltimore, MD, and Tampa, FL to conduct mission-critical training. An exceptional accomplishment was his meticulous planning and execution of a 3-day visit to CENTCOM HQ for in-depth theater briefings and training with senior HQ staff.
Always keenly interested in taking his unit to the next level, Master Chief Coleman took an aggressive leadership role in shaping the future of the command, interviewing and coordinating appointments of theater-experienced personnel to NAVCENT/C5F.
He distinguished himself as a highly respected and effective Command Chief and Senior Enlisted Advisor through his keen understanding of Navy and other service enlisted programs and his ability to work within the complex support systems to maximize the welfare of the 75 enlisted sailors and eight United States Air Force airmen working at the Air Terminal.
Command Chief for North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Deployable Joint Task Force (DJTF) Support Unit in direct support of Allied Command Transformation (ACT) from XXXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXXX. Chief Knox demonstrated superb leadership and steadfast commitment which significantly contributed to the highest standards of mission readiness in all operational aspects. He managed and mentored 37 unit personnel and encouraged newly indoctrinated sailors to excel individually, preparing them for long and successful careers. As a result there were 0% PFA failures; 85% advancement exam participation; seven advancements including one CPO selection; 97% Retention Rate of eligible personnel; 95-100% individual medical readiness. His example and efforts fueled members' exemplary performance resulting in 27 of 31 Sailors supporting NATO ACT missions wordwide, providing an estimated 4800 man-hours of operational support and resulted in four Flag Letters of Commendations (FLOC) from the gaining command.
As acting Exective Officer, he mentored seven Department Heads and was directly responsible for the development of two CPO selectees through the CPO transition process to their selection to a leadership position. Chief Knox guided four sailors through the mobilization process with zero attrition. He inspired IT2 Smith to apply for a commisioning program for which she was subsequently selected as a Limited Duty Officer (LDO).
Command Chief and Command Career Counselor for Naval Support Activity Bahrain, Detachment - Alpha, Houston, Texas from October XXXX to July XXXX. Chief Kate's exceptional leadership and unwavering dedication to the unit directly effected the command's exceptional readiness status and support to NSA Bahrain.
For outstanding meritorious achievement as NR NSF NNMC Bethesda Command Chief and acting Commanding Officer from -------- to --------. Senior Chief Petty Officer Casey displayed exceptional leadership, coordinating security coverage for one of our nation's most vital assets for the care and treatment of military forces. He ensured security forces were perpetually qualified, coordinated consistent coverage, and his command climate was one of service and dedication. He set the example for his unit, with exemplary bearing and moral leadership, aiding in further development of his personnel. By his professional ability, steadfast initiative, and selfless dedication to duty, Senior Chief Petty Officer Casey reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.