Harbor Patrol Evals
VIGILANT: While serving as Watch Commander and Harbor Patrol Unit Assistant Leading Petty Officer at Naval Station Everett Washington, Petty Officer Borne led 39 Sailors in more than 7,000 hours of ATFP Watches, patrols, and training, all without incident. Trained and qualified 9 Level II Coxswains with zero attrition, ensuring mission success in Harbor operations. Implemented the program recognizing Sailors serving as Petty Officers in Charge of the Harbor Security Boats, to earn and wear the Small Craft Insignia.
Led and trained 42 Sailors during 8,200 hours of ATFP watches and patrols which safeguarded the installation's 22 tenant commands and eight home ported ships during sustained increased force protection conditions. Petty Officer Lessman's ability to lead by example and mentorship resulted in 11 junior Sailors being advanced to the next paygrade and the long term retention of five Sailors.
MATURE LEADERSHIP. Harbor Patrol Boat Coxswain, Harbor Security Division, NSA Souda Bay. Petty Officer Velasco flawlessly executed 45 small boat escorts and over 150 perimeter sweeps resulting in the safe transport of multinational forces in the European Theater.
As primary Coxswain and Chief of the Guard aboard Naval Weapon Station Yorktown, Petty Officer Johnson's inspirational leadership and technical expertise guided Harbor Patrol Unit to achieve the force protection and security of over 150 high value assets and the qualification of 14 Chiefs of the Guard, 15 Coxswains, and 14 crewmen.
Harbor Patrol Unit Leading Petty Officer. Awarded the Police Officer of the Year Award from the State of Connecticut for Subase NLON. As Harbor Security Boat Training Supervisor (HSB TRASUP), trained over 60 personnel in the safe operation of small craft.
His dedication and initiative led to the stand up and successful operation of the first Norfolk Naval Shipyard Harbor Patrol Unit (HPU). His efforts directly resulted in 95% readiness and being ranked in the top two percent of HPUs in the Navy during the recent Fleet Forces Command Inspection.
PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTIES WHILE SERVING AS A SECURITY WATCH COMANDER FOR ALPHA SECTION FROM MARCH 2011 TO FEBRUARY 2012 AND CHARLIE SECTION FROM FEBRUARY 2012 TO MAY 2013. PETTY OFFICER KING WAS CRITICAL TO THE ESTABLISHEMNT OF THE NEW HARBOR PATROL UNIT AND ACTED AS THE HARBOR TRAINING SUPERVISOR ENSURING THE HIGHEST QUALITY TRAINING AND UNIT READINESS. WHILE SERVING IN THIS CAPACITY, HE SUPERVISED AND TRAINED OVER 30 MILITARY AND DOD POLICE IN LAW ENFORECEMNT AND OVER 14 PERSONNEL IN HARBOR SECURITY OPERATIONS. BY HIS EXCEPTIONAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY, BM1 KING REFLECTED GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.