Command Training Team (CTT)
Petty Officer Ford's take charge attitude fueled the Command Training Team's ability to deliver Training to both enlisted and officers for Navy Pride and Professionalism, Equal opportunity, and Indoctrination of new Sailors.
As the command FMF coordinator, command sponsorship coordinator, medical coverage coordinator, command UVA, and 1 of 2 III MEF Command Training Team members he taught, lead, mentored and directly supported 2,620 Marines and Sailors throughout III MEF.
-PROFESSIONAL. As the main ASM Coordinator and key member of the Command Training Team (CTT), he tracked and submitted 650 accreditations into the Advanced Skills Management System, making CRS11 the first command to be 100% compliant with QPT's from CRG-1 TEU during ULTRA/FEP for FY2017, facilitating the highest score ever recorded, 99%.
-VERSATILE LEADERSHIP. As the LPO of training department, he instructed 2,330 man hours of unit level training and planning, 445 hours of underway training, AND 350 hours of classroom training.
As Command Training Team member, he was instrumental in the planning of the final Briefs and organization of CRS-11 Ultra event. He personaly volunteered over 40 hours creating new Event Drill Guides for landside security and Convoy drills, increasing the overall completeness of CRS-11's Ultra preparation and overall success during the final ULTRA event.
DURING RIGOROUS DEPLOYMENT PREPARATIONS, EN1 CHIPLEY WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN PROVIDING OVER 1400 HOURS OF TRAINING AND 200 SAFELY NAVIGATED TRAINING UNDERWAYS ABOARD THE MKVI PATROL BOAT, LEADING TO THE DIRECT QUALIFACTION OF 37 SAILORS.
He helped develop NSF Diego Garcia's Junior Sailors in his role as Command Training Team member, teaching uniform regulations, diversity, and stress management.
Facilitated formal Command Training Team and Command Assessment Team indoctrination courses and various seminars and workshops.
As a qualified Command Training Team instructor, Petty Officer Swerengin delivered 120 hours of classroom instruction to 100 Sailors, providing advancement knowledge to junior personnel and preparing them for their careers.
Command Training Team Member during a three month workup qualifying 89 crewman and six engineers. His hard work and dedication increased the score of 80% during ULTRA to a final FEP score of 90%. During ULTRA/FEP a total of 12 MSEL and 4 EDG were conducted in order to train and prepare for the mission OCONUS. Continued to train while in the Port of Fujairah, helping to qualify an additional 3 Engineers and 2 Coxswains.
Dedicated 140 hours as Command Training Team member certifying 200 personal during ICS, ULTRA, and FEP as units ready to train. Her professional knowledge as mission commander ensured the proper training of 110 sailors resulting in a 97.3% during ULTRA 2016.
- COMMITTED TO SAILORIZATION. Active member of the Command Training Team who delivered 120 hours of Command Training Team instruction to 344 command personnel over a three year period. She encouraged all Sailors, Marines, and civilians to further their education, resulting in two Sailors and one civilian completing their degrees. She also scheduled and attended two career development boards for two sailors. Ensured that seven command gains for MTU-3011 were sponsored by our best instructors from the ATE Division to make their transition as smooth and trouble-free as possible.
AS COMMAND TRAINING TEAM MEMBER, HE FACILITATED INDOCTRINATION FOR 50 NEWLY REPORTING SAILORS.
As a member of MSRON 9 Command Training Team and MATE Inspection Team, he demonstrated exceptional prowess in preparing 6 subordinate units for successful MATE inspections.
Supervised 11 junior corpsmen, maintaining 95% medical and dental readiness and earning the Surgeon General's Blue "H" Award gold level. Established a quarterly CPR class which qualified 99% of the command within 3 months. As part of the Command Training Team, he committed over 1000 hours to fully qualify two beach party teams to deploy.