Master at Arms Eval Examples
**MA1 Sailor is a SOLID and ENGAGING OPERATIONS CHIEF WITH POTENTIAL FOR OUTSTANDING RESULTS!**
SUPERB LEADER: As ALPO, MA1 Sailor executed 6 virtual Drill Weekends for a 30 Sailor unit. As the Ops Chief, MA1 reassigned 20 members to collateral duties ensuring a self-sustaining unit. MA1 assigned and instructed 2 Second-Class Petty Officers to track NROWS orders, operational and volunteer hours. Additionally, under his direct leadership the unit successfully completed 230 days and 2750 hours of operational support, 3 Sailors attended CCC, SAMI and SAPR schools.
SAILORIZATION: MA1 assigned a seasoned unit Sailor as mentors for 3 newly onboarded Sailors. MA1 wrote 5 E-5 evals, 2 E-4 evals, wrote 1 LOA and attended 6 CDBs. As ALPO and Ops Chief, Sailors received 1 Commendation, 4 NAMs, 3 LOCs, 4 BJOQs, 2 JSOQs, 2 SOQs, 2 SOYs, 1 BJOY and 1 JSOY. As a result, 3 Sailors were selected for 1st and 2nd NOSC Quarter awards and 1 BJOY for RCC Southwest Region. Additionally, MA1 was selected as the unit SOQ 1st Quarter and has been nominated for RCC Southwest Region SOY FY20.
UNIT IMPACT: MA1 is an active member of the FCPOA. He assisted in planning and executing of 1 retirement ceremony where he was the special guest speaker. Additionally, MA1 assisted 1 Sailor in resume writing and job search, 2 Sailors with purchasing a home and obtaining VA Home Loans and conducted 1 training session to teach 16 Sailors on debt and financial management.
CIVIC MINDED: MA1 helped raise funds for Down Syndrome Association in San Diego ($340) and Gun Owners of America ($250) along with overseeing the unit's annual Adopt-a-Family Christmas event where $1200 was raised for a local 5-member family. MA1 also has 7 transitioning veterans under his mentorship in financial management, college and job search.
**LEADS FROM THE FRONT, ALREADY PERFORMING AT THE LEVEL OF A CPO!**
Petty Officer Sailor supervised and participated in the inaugural Code Silver Active Shooter exercise with Kitsap County Fire and Ambulance units and all four CITADEL SHEILD/ SOLID CURTAIN Force Protection exercises. He demonstrated mature leadership and performance while deploying and tasking 50 NSF/ASF personnel, 64 Fire Fighters and 38 Paramedic personnel from the NW Region resulting in a positive grade at NHB with zero discrepancies.
EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTOR: As the Security Department Indoctrination Training Petty Officer, he conducted 16 presentations on a variety of law enforcement topics increasing the professional readiness of over 40 ASF, 100 Command personnel, and 100 college intern medical students, contributing to Naval Hospital Bremerton AT/FP readiness.
STALWART MENTOR: His "hands on" approach guided 11 personnel to qualify Patrolman and three personnel to advance in rate. He promoted educational achievements by encouraging them to pursue higher learning and monitoring his sailors through completion of nine college and 20 Navy E-learning courses.
COMMUNITY LEADER: Devoted over 200 hours to the Kitsap Humane Society and to local communities, assisting and developing relationships to improve morale in Kitsap County, while representing the Navy and maintaining the highest standards.
Completion of Master-At-Arms (A) School.
Successfully completed Qualifications on 9mm pistol (M9), 12-gauge shotgun (M500), and rifle (M9)
Successfully completed OC training with a Level 1 exposure to OC spray
Received training and certification on Non-Lethal weapons training on Baton Employment, and close-range subject control (CRSC) techniques
Certified in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED), First Aid and Safety
Received training on the following fundamentals: Pistol and Rifle tactical shooting (transitioning and movement towards a kinetic environment), Knife defense, Active Shooter Hostile Event Response (ASHER), and introduction to the incident command system for management during all hazard incident.
Completed National Incident Management System IS-100.c and IS-700.b courses
Started taking Russian classes online
Mentored and guided 20 sailors in tactical team movements
Organized a fundraiser to help donate to Mission 22
Completed all annual training for the fiscal/calendar year
Furthering career by applying for Active duty
DECKPLATE LEADER: Supervised 12 line coaches and 2 RSOs resulting in 76 personel qualified on five weapon systems at a 99% qualification rate. Expertly led his 13-man team in the movement of 11,00 rounds of ammunition and 40 weapon systems with zero mishaps. His ability to motivate and organize his team was evident by the recognition of his division's coordinated teamwork and successful performance with 4 LOAs.
SUPERIOR MANAGMENT: As the Maintenance DIVO, led 44 Sailors in over 2,000 maintenance tasks on four 34ft Patrol Boats, 15 vehicles/trailers and 251 weapons for a combined material readiness of over 97% with a 100% recorded Accomplishment Rate across 4 work centers. He managed the preparation of 18 buildings for life cycle upgrades and accounted for 59,000 rounds of ammunition. Completely ramped up and standardized the command Explosive Driver program for ***** Squadron, maximizing qualifications and lethality.
SAILOR DRIVEN: Professionally mentored and trained 12 junior Sailors resulting in numerous qualifications: 3 line coaches, 5 Duty Armorers, 6 LA5/LA9 operators and 7 explosive drivers.
PO1 ***** is a proven leader with sustained superior performance. He is ready to be promoted NOW and has my highest recommendation for selection to CPO!
- MISSION ORIENTED. As Reaction Team Leader, MASN Dukes conducted 1700 hours of Force Protection duties, performed 600 personnel and vehicle inspections, implemented 85 random antiterrorism measures and rapidly responded to over 180 calls for service, contributing to the safe and secure operations of NSA Bahrain's mission.
- STEADFAST LEADER. MASN Dukes excels at all assigned tasks and readily accepts additional responsibility. Professional competence is head and shoulders above contemporaries. A leader who quickly adapted to the demanding tempo within the Security Department during a time of transition.
- PRODUCTIVE AND MOTIVATED. Currently enrolled in University of Maryland College, MASN Dukes is pursuing higher education which will provide a more knowledgeable and well-rounded Sailor, ready to take on any challenge.
From January 2017 - October 2019, Petty Officer Kettering, as the Naval Security Forces Unit Administration Leading Petty Officer, worked as the Training Leading Petty Officer and Unit Sponsor Coordinator. He maintained the unit master recall list, the unit's organizational chart and the gains and losses report, ensuring 100% accountability for all 50 local and cross assigned unit members. While performing unit RESPAY duties, MA2 Kettering worked with NOSC Staff to ensure 100% reporting for 144 drill periods and 30 AT orders, 6 mobilization, and 3 ADSW members were mustered correctly. While acting as the Training LPO, he ensured Annual Sustainment requirements were met for all 30 local assigned members and made sure that the AST was created, executed, and properly documented to ensure safety of all members. While acting as the Unit Sponsor Coordinator, Petty Officer Kettering mentored 8 new affiliates coming from the fleet or A School. He ensured that new members had a mentor and completed all NOSC Pittsburgh indoctrination procedures.
Petty Officer Johnny is an energetic and resourceful Master-A t-Arms, who eagerly accepts any task and produces flawless results. A bright and rising star with unlimited growth.
- DEDICATED SENTRY. As Entry Control Point Sentry, he performed physical security operations at two entry control points, performed 30 vehicle inspections, and ensured all personnel were properly vetted before accessing the pier while maintaining the Force Protection posture to the pier and the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76).
- EXPERT TRAINER. He has dedicated over 150 hours of his time in training and qualification of 24 ISF personnel to include reviewing PPR's, demonstrating searches and handcuffing techniques, etc. Resulting in increased watch bill flexibility. His efforts contributed to the commands passing score for the 2020 ATG assessment.
- TEAM PLAYER. Petty Officer Johnny has completed over 20 incident reports ranging from medical assists to unauthorized absences and other serious offences ensuring the safety and welfare of over 5,000 civilian and military workforce members.
Petty Officer Johnny's dedication, loyalty and devotion to duty are indicative of his character. Ready for increased responsibility and recommended for advancement.
**CONSISTENTLY DISPLAYS A MISSION FIRST, SAILOR ALWAYS LEADERSHIP STYLE. A MOTIVATED SAILOR WHO PRODUCES FLAWLESS RESULTS IN ALL DUTIES AND TASKS!!**
-DYNAMIC LEADER. Led, managed and trained 30 NSF/ASF personnel in all manner of Law Enforcement and Force Protection duties, completion of 250 Random Anti-Terrorism Measures, 180 commercial vehicle inspections and coordination of 30 Emergency Response codes, resulted in a significant increase in the Command's force protection posture.
-DYNAMIC TRAINER. Utilized training expertise to qualify three Sailors in both Sentry and Patrolman duties, resulted in a 30 percent increase in departmental qualifications and contributed to three advancements.
-DEVOTED TO EDUCATION. Earned an Associates of Applied Sciences in Health Sciences from American Military University. Additionally, completed 2000 hours of the USMAP trade Computer Operator, setting the example and led to three college class enrollments.
**AN INTEGRAL AND VITAL MEMBER OF THE COMMAND SECURITY TEAM, READY NOW AND HAS MY HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION FOR ADVANCEMENT TO PETTY OFFICER FIRST CLASS!!**
Evaluation submitted due to member selection from Reserve Component to Active Component and transfer to Navy Base Norfolk, VA
MA1 (SW) Smith-Jones is a versatile leader. As ASF instructor, she provided 1200 hours of training to 306 Naval Security Force (NSF) and Auxiliary Security Force (ASF) personnel on annual security sustainment topics and qualified 50 ASF personnel for NAS New Jersey Security Department. Furthermore, as Data Housing and Reports Tool (DHART) Database Manager, she maintained the NSF personnel Sustainment, NLW, Training Records, PQS and weapons qualifications, maintaining 100% readiness and compliance with USFF, CNIC and Regional instructions at NAS New Jersey.
As CPR Instructor, she qualified 26 ASF members, contributing to a 100% of qualified BLS First Responders for this command.
MA1 Smith-Jones has been an ambassador to the community and conducted over 230 hours of community service to local groups such as the Thrift Store of Ft Hood, TX, Alpha Kappa Epsilon Psi, Book bag drive, and Habitat for Humanity.
Authored the first COMLOG WESTPAC Antiterrorism Plan which significantly reduced vulnerabilities and properly trained security personnel resulting in dramatically increased readiness. He analyzed and managed security preparations for over 100 ship and aircraft visits in the region by conducting on-site security evaluations and providing support documentation.
MA2 (EXW) Duenas' professionalism, dependability and work ethic sets him above the rest of the second class petty officers. As a qualified Craft Navigator/Radio Telecommunications Officer, MA2 participated in 130 High Value Asset escort missions, totaling 235 underway hours in support of maritime security operations. His actions resulted in the safe transportation to the U.S. Navy's seaward defense vessels from sea to port and back to sea with zero mishaps. As assistant Command Fitness Leader, he proctored the 2018 cycle 2 Physical Readiness Test for 27 sailors. His dedication to fitness and knowledge of nutrition facilitated a 100% pass rate for CRS-1's High Value Unit. Petty Officer Duenas conducted 104 man hours of preventive and corrective maintenance on two 34ft PB, four 25ft PB, six boat trailers, two FL80 and four LSSV, increasing mission readiness by 10 percent. Additionally, he devoted 25 off duty hours to mentor kids at the Boys and Girls club, supervised social interactions, team building and organization skills for 31 at-risk teens. Petty Officer Duenas has proven himself to be a vital asset in CRS-1's High Value Unit. His hard charging attitude, willingness to volunteer for extra assignments and relentless devotion to service makes him a valued asset at HVU.
-UNPARALLELED LEADER. He enthusiastically led 47 sailors resulting in 100 percent qualification to paygrade and 25 qualified Chief of the Guards, increasing mission readiness and watch bill flexibility. A respected leader, he sets and expects stringent, yet achievable, performance standards for subordinates.
Served as NSA Bahrain's only technician for the Defense Biometric Identification System. MA2 Johnson was/is the only rated Master-At-Arms that performed preventive and operator maintenance on electronic and fiber optic equipment onboard the installation. His responsible efforts filled a gap left by an expired ITT maintenance contract and saved the Navy over $400,000.
MY #2 OF ## HIGHLY COMPETITIVE FROCKED THIRD CLASS PETTY OFFICERS! Petty Officer (NAME) is a sustained superior performer demonstrating tremendous technical expertise.
-OUTSTANDING SENTRY. As Alarm Control Center Sentry, She flawlessly operated and monitored security and perimeter alarm systems in the SWFLANT Limited Area. She coordinated the timely response of over 500 perimeter and magazine alarms ensuring the safety and security of the Limited Area. She also provided On-the-Job training to ten sailors which effectively led to qualifications and watch bill flexibility.
COMMAND FOCUSED. She sets the example for all sailors to emulate by taking on collateral duties at a Command and section level by being a key member in the Command Resilience Team, MA Ball Committee, CSSMDD, Team Leader, Training Petty Officer, and Mail Petty Officer.
COMMUNITY ORIENTED. Volunteered 104 off-duty hours to the Crooked River Elementary School, St. Mary s Middle School, Catty Shack, Color Run, Hillsborough SPCA, Bell Creek Academy, and Camden Hospital which greatly increased community and military relations.
EDUCATION ORIENTED. Completed 21 semester hours towards an Associate s Degree in Health Sciences, logged 1,560 hours on USMAPS, and PME blocks one through eight.
Petty Officer (NAME) is a superstar, exceptional trainer, and standard bearer for all to emulate. A proven performer who excels in all endeavors. She has earned my STRONGEST POSSIBLE recommendation for advancement to Petty Officer Second Class.
*** DEMONSTRATES PRIDE IN HER WORK, EXCEPTIONAL INITIATIVE AND A POSITIVE IMPACT. ***
-EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMER. Fully qualified in her/his duties; logged over 1,280 law enforcement and physical security hours of force protection for 3,500 civilians/military enterprise personnel. Conducted more than 300 administrative vehicle inspections assuring unauthorized contraband was confiscated before entering the compound. Additionally, she/he provided courthouse security during a court martial ensuring the safety of all attendees and enforcement of force protection measures.
COMMAND INVOLVEMENT- An active member in the WHITE HATS ASSOCIATION/ CSADD/ NAVY BALL COMMITTEE; devoted 15 off duty hours in support of fall festival, school supply fundraisers, Child Development Center and educating children at Elementary school on Veterans Day.
FORWARD THINKER- Earned 3 credits towards a Bachelor's Degree in (Degree). Completed 800 hours towards Police Officer 1 for U.S. Military Apprenticeship program certification and 16 NKO courses. Worked with the local military kennel to gain her kennel support qualification.
*** MY #1 SECOND CLASS PETTY OFFICERS! ***
-EXCELLENT PERFORMER. Responsible for over 1,400 hours of Anti-Terrorism/ Force Protection and Law Enforcement Duties. MA2 led the way to obtaining the Dispatch, VPMS, Key Custodian qualifications, which are responsibilities that are held by more senior personnel.
-TEAM PLAYER. She/he qualified as Explosive safety driver which directly contributed to the ability to qualify over 30 Police Officers and Master-At-Arms. Additionally, she conducted 160 background check and completed 20 incident reports ranging from medical assists to traffic accidents ensuring the safety and welfare of 3,500 civilian and military workforce.
-COMMAND INVOLVEMENT. As CSADD Treasurer, she/he managed a budget of $2,500 in order to conduct fundraisers and outings to include: Bowling, Wreaths Across America and Halloween trick or treat at the CDC.
-COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT. Volunteered over 45 off duty hours. She/he coordinated and led 10 personnel in the volunteer effort for the Honor Flight volunteer opportunity. She/he escorted WWII, Korea and Vietnam Veterans from Reagan National Airport to various monuments in the Washington, D.C. area.
*** PETTY OFFICER (LAST NAME) IS A TRUE PROFESSIONAL THAT SETS HIGH STANDARDS FOR HER/HIS PEERS TO EMULATE. SHE/HE HAS MY STRONGEST RECOMMENDATION FOR RETENTION AND PROMOTION! ***
As Chief Master at Arms Assistant, she demonstrated outstanding organizational ability and efficiency. Her positive leadership was a major part of the team effort that earned a score of 100 percent for the GUNSTON HALL for Detainee Operations during CERTEX.
Over three weeks, directed Bravo Team in the execution of 9 combat assault operations, coordinated air support, combat air operations and maintained logistical supply drops for sustained operations.
Provided administrative details necessary to convert unit's billets from non-security to all MA structure, improving the AT/FP and law enforcement force.
As range line coach, comsubgru 7, exhibited exceptional maturity and a constant alertness and attention to detail that directly contributed to the category II qualification of 70 sailors with zero safety incidents during range operations.
Maintained security 24 hours a day and was responsible for the safekeeping of over $1.5 million dollars worth of ATFP equipment.
Her understanding and application of the Persons Under Control program is extensive and impeccable. Her Standard Operating Procedures have been adopted by Afloat Training Groups for Detainee Operations around the fleet and beyond.
The uncommon leadership ability, planning and combat skill of MA1 resulted in the infliction of significant enemy casualties with no loss or injury to the team.
Conducted over 1,000 random anti-terrorism measures to maintain a high level of security for five homeported USNS ships, 33 ship visits, over 100 ammunition movements.
MA1 ensured the continuous mission readiness of the NEW ORLEANS by regular reviews and timely scheduling of the training and qualification of over 100 Ships Reaction Force basic members and over 800 weapons qualifications.
He inventoried, transported and delivered the unit's small arms, stood up an operational Force Protection pier watch in a remote port for a high value asset and successfully protected its access from a mob of over 5,000 local nationals over two days.
Supervised over 100 hours of patrol boat security operations, ensuring the safe and efficient replenishment of multiple foreign warships.
Pulled back 5 MA members who had been transferred from NSF to non-security units thus maintaining NSF's morale and unit law enforcement effectiveness.
Responsible for planning, coordinating and evaluating drills on all harbor security boats. The only third class Petty Officer to qualify harbor security TRASUP and the only harbor security TRASUP at subase New London.
AS WATCH COMMANDER, WHILE ASSIGNED TO U.S. NAVAL BASE, SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA FROM JULY 2014 TO JUNE 2015. PETTY OFFICER LEAL CONSISTENTLY PERFORMED HIS DEMANDING DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER. DEMONSTRATING EXPERIENCED AND PRACTICED LEADERSHIP, HE ENSURED THE TIMELY COMPLETION OF 12 MAJOR ASSESSMENTS AND EXPERTLY MANAGED THE RANDOM ANTI-TERRORISM MEASURES PROGRAM WITH AN AMAZING 96 PERCENT COMPLIANCE RATE. HE HELPED DEVELOP AND PROVIDED ACUTE OVERSIGHT FOR OVER 20 SPECIAL EVENTS AND INDIVIDUAL FORCE PROTECTION PLANS, ENSURING THE SAFETY OF MILITARY MEMBERS AND THEIR DEPENDENTS THROUGHOUT THE SAN DIEGO AREA OF OPERATIONS.
PETTY OFFICER JOHNSON DEMONSTRATED OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP AND DEDICATION IN SUCCESSFULLY CONDUCTING MORE THAN 50 TRAFFIC STOPS AND COMPLETING MORE THAN 100 INCIDENT REPORTS WHILE SAFEGUARDING NAVAL STATION EVERETT, TWENTY-TWO TENANT COMMANDS, AND EIGHT HOME-PORTED SHIPS. FURTHERMORE, HE QUALIFIED 20 PERSONNEL AS SENTRIES, 30 PERSONNEL AS PATROL OFFICERS, AND 10 PERSONNEL AS WATCH COMMANDERS.
WHILE SERVING AS U.S. NAVAL FORCES SOUTHERN COMMAND/COMMANDER FOURTH FLEET N4/CTF43 LOGREQ COORDINATOR FROM 1 XXXXXX 20XX TO 30 XXXXXX 20XX. AS THE CTF-43 LOGREQ, HE CONCISELY AND PROFESSIONALLY OVERSAW THE MOVEMENT OF OVER 2,000 CASREPS, OVER 420K POUNDS OF REGULAR CARGO, 50K POUNDS OF HANDCLASP MATERIALS, AND 3,000 POUNDS OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DIRECTLY IMPACTING OPERATIONAL READINESS OF ALL UNITS IN THE USNAVSO AOR.
AS SECURITY DEPARTMENT TRAINING DIVISION LEADING CHIEF PETTY OFFICER, U.S. NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY NAPLES, ITALY, FROM XXXXXX 20XX TO XXXXXXX 20XX. CHIEF SULLIVAN PERFORMED HIS DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER. A SUPERB LEADER, HE ENSURED TRAINING REQUIREMENTS WERE MET FOR OVER 212 NAVAL SECURITY FORCE, AUXILIARY SECURITY FORCE, AND NAVAL RESERVE COMPONENT PERSONNEL. HE OVERSAW A COMPLEX DETENTION FACILITY INSPECTION WHICH RESULTED IN GRADES OF OUTSTANDING ACROSS THE BOARD AND THE SUCCESSFUL FACILITY CERTIFICATION. HIS DETERMINATION AND DECKPLATE LEADERSHIP WERE VITAL TO THE PROTECTION OF OVER 6,400 SERVICE MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES ON FIVE NAPLES AREA INSTALLATIONS.
Petty Officer Halpert's stellar all around performance coupled with his superior leadership skills and unmatched dedication to mission was absolutely critical to the success of the rehabilitation of 3 NSAW Pulic Safety spaces. He supervised and coordinated 6 military personnel saving the Navy over $30,000 in supply and labor expenses and dedicated over 40 off duty hours to complete the project in a timely manner. In addition, he organized the Public Safety's supply process into one streamlined system, increasing the efficiency of issuing and receiving material. He is a consummate professional who excelled in numerous critical assignments while assigned to this command.
- His dedicated workmanship greatly improved the operational readiness of the police precinct by managing the decommissioning of NSAW Public Safety Master-at-Arms Shack and saving the department over $10,000 in labor costs.
- Managed $250,000 in annual funds for regional security supplies
- Ensured the security of all Court Room proceedings, the training of personnel and the safe transfer of 6 prisoners from the Washington Navy Yard to Quantico, Norfolk and Charleston.
- In addition to his normal duties, he was selected for the Naval District Washington Emergency Regional Security Team due to his extensive experience in AT/FP as Team Leader. He developed and implemented all procedures and required equipment. He also managed NSA Washington's Auxiliary Security Force (ASF) comprised of 10 different commands and organized 15 military and DoD Police Officers in support of the historical Middle East Peace Conference for the U.S. President and 60 foreign dignitaries. His diligent preparations, carefully choreographed with over 1,000 law enforcement officers from 25 federal agencies, directly contributed to the personal safety and security of over 3,000 personnel.
Petty Officer Halpert is an exemplary role model for Naval Support Activity Washington, DC. His leadership achievements have furthered this command's goals and exemplify the Navy's core values of Honor, Courage and Commitment.