Reported to the Education and Training Department at Naval Hospital Pensacola and was immediately assigned as Command Program Administrator for the Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Program of Naval Hospital Pensacola.
-FEARLESS EDUCATOR: Always ready to adapt to new challenges, Petty Officer Brioso completed the transition of the ACLS program. The transition was completed in order for Naval Hospital Pensacola to maintain affiliation with the Military Training Network and teach current material to the staff. Petty Officer Brioso was also played a key role in getting the updated material to all 68 BLS instructors.
-TEAM PLAYER: Assisted in the transition of room 6044 into a simulation lab valued at $60,000, complete with three new cameras, a microphone, an operating system for teaching purposes, four new speakers for scenario realism, one 65 inch LCD TV to play back the simulated codes performed by staff, and two SIM MEN, to facilitate the most effective training for the NHP staff.
-SAILORIZATION: Devoted over 200 hours to mentoring lower ranking staff members.
HM1 Charles Hoffman showed superior dedication in the completion of Tactical Combat Casualty Course Training. He utilized his leadership skills to provide this valuable and indispensable medical readiness training to more than thirty other Navy Reservists. By sharing his training and leadership skills with other Navy personnel, he saved the Navy more than $50,000.
HM1 Johnson served as Acting Chief for EMF Dallas One Det O and supervised 15 junior sailors. He was ranked number one E-6 of 34 at NOSC Kansas City and number two of 38 in EMF DALLAS ONE. As interim Unit Training Petty Officer, HM1 assisted with the compilation of HM training material and classes resulting in the advancement of 49% of eligible unit Sailors.
SHE EFFECTIVELY SUPERVISED 32 ENLISTED AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL IN THE SUPPORT OF 10 RESIDENT COURSES WHICH WERE ATTENDED BY 1,500 STUDENTS. HE METICULOUSLY TRACKED AND MANAGED A BUDGET OF $2.5K AND COORDINATED WITH 6 EMBASSIES FOR THE SHIPMENT OF ESSENTIAL MEDICAL SUPPLIES.
HM2 WATSON PERFORMED HER DUTIES AS A NAVAL HOSPITAL CORPS SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR WITH AN EXCEPTIONAL DEGREE OF INTELLIGENCE, DESIRE, AND DRIVE NOT COMMONLY FOUND IN A SAILOR OF HER RANK. HER STEADFAST DEVOTION TO DUTY WERE INSTRUMENTAL IN THE TRAINING OF OVER 10,000 NEW CORPSMEN, PROVIDING A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF WELL TRAINED AND PHYSICALY CAPABLE CORPSMAN TO THE FLEET.
As the Leading Petty Officer, NAVOPSTCEN North Island, HM1 Corlew's superlative leadership and training of 13 FTS and 77 SELRES resulted in a 25 percent improvement in medical readiness. His performance was vital to our reserve medical readiness rate of 94% percent, the highest in the history the command, and higher than all NOSCs nationwide that support over 900 reservists.
HM2 Collins met the challenge of training his Marines and Corpsmen head on, developing a unique casualty care course which was taught battalion wide to all Corpsmen.
As Training Petty Officer Hospitalman Nunez' advanced understanding of the recovery process enabled him to skillfully train 7 new Corpsman in the Post Operative setting.
Outstanding execution of Medical Program Manager duties led to seven MCATs being fully deployment-ready ahead of schedule and the customization of the medical training pipeline for 53 Reserve Corpsmen which saved the Navy over $50,000.
HM1 KELLOG FACILITATED MEDICAL TRAINING FOR 10,000 MARINES AND SAILORS MEETING HQMC REQUIREMENTS FOR THE TRAINING OF SIX GCE BATTALIONS, SIX LCE BATTALIONS, AND SIX ACE UNITS. HIS EFFORTS RESULTED IN ENHANCED MISSION READINESS AND CONFIDENCE OF DEPLOYING FORCES.