Tactical Operations Center Statements
As Tactical Operations Center Watch Supervisor During Coastal Riverine Squadron Three's (CRS-3) Final Evaluation Plan (FEP), Petty Officer Frank was instrumental in the mobilization and setup of the mobile Tactical Operation Center. He dedicated XXX hours troubleshooting the NETC2 Systems. In addition, he stood XX hours as TOCWS resulting in CRS-3 receiving an overall score of 94%.
Served over 120 days as the Tactical Operations Center SECFOR-I Liaison Officer. Maintained situational awareness, anti-terrorism and Force Protection in order to defend against natural, manmade and technological disasters, assessing potential threats and making informed decisions on notifications and responses.
AS THE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER LEADING PETTY OFFICER, HE SPENT OVER 100 HOURS SUPERVISING THE REVISION AND UPDATE OF THE SOP, ENSURING AN EASIER TURNOVER AND IMPROVED TRAINING PLAN FOR FUTURE ROTATIONS.
AS THE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER DATABASE QUALITY ASSURANCE PETTY OFFICER, HE ASSISTED WITH THE BUILDING OF A NEW DATABASE. HIS EFFORTS ENSURED ALL THE DATA FROM THE OLD DATABASE WAS IMPORTED AND IMPROVED THE OVERALL EFFICEINCY OF THE DATA ENTRY AND QA PROCESS, REDUCING THE TOTAL NUMBER OF MAN HOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PROCESS.
Helped establish and devlop the Tactical Operations Center for Navy Expeditionary Combat Forces Central. He continuously monitored over 2,000 personell spanning 7 countries in and around the AOR.
SET UP A JOINT TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER TO ASSIST THE COMMAND IN MAINTAINING 100% COMMUNICATIONS TO FACILITATE COORDINATION WITH 42 COUNTRIES DURING EXERCISES.
DURING PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP 2016, HE DYNAMICALLY LED A WATCH TEAM OF JUNIOR PERSONNEL ONBOARD USNS MERCY MISSION OPERATIONS CENTER AND ASHORE AT A TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER.
During the 2014 ICS assessment, tested all 60 personnel on radio programming proficiency, drafting of SALUTE/SITREP reports, external communication abilities, and Tactical Operations Center Logbook fundamentals.
Served as TF 525.2 Tactical Operations Center Watch Officer from April 2013 to August 2014 and flawlessly supported more than 50 missions while serving as both TOCWO and NAV/RTO or Gunner for the boat teams. As the Bravo Company EKMS LE Custodian, oversaw EKMS duties and responsibilities of 525.2.
PATIENT ADMINISTRATION/TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER, NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION ROLE THREE MULTINATIONAL MEDICAL UNIT, KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN. Petty Officer Coleman registered 146 patients, submitted 30 Daily Patient Reports communicating patient load capabilities to CENTCOM/USFOR-A and CTF-56.
For extraordinary performance of duty and outstanding professionalism while serving at Mobile Tactical Operations Center Juliet from January 2013 through March 2013, where he meticulously prepared 77 Safety of Flight briefs critical to the effective mission planning and safety of FIFTH Fleet (VP-26, VQ-1) aircraft.
PETTY OFFICER SAILOR SUPERVISED AND DEVOTED OVER 1,000 HOURS TO TRAINING 23 TECHNICIANS IN PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ACTIONS IN SUPPORT OF THE STENNIS TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER. HIS PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE RESULTED IN A FULLY FUNCTIONAL TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER IN STENNIS MISSISSIPPI WITH A FULL COMPLEMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS WITH COASTAL TROOP FOUR. HIS METICULOUS EFFORTS RESULTED IN BRAVO ZULU FOR WORK CENTER OE01S GROUP FOUR COMMAND 3M ASSESSEMENT.
For superior performance while serving as communications Leading Petty Officer for Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron 10, Boat Department, NAS Jacksonville. Petty Officer Nichols showed great initiative and motivation in providing reliable communications for 6 patrol boats and a ground station tactical operations center during this crucial pre-deployment period. His relentless efforts ensured an effective and secure communications link with the command and control net which was vital to the success of both the Unit Level Training Assessment and Final Exercise Problem for MSRON 10.
SHOWCASING UNPARALLELED LOGISTICS KNOWLEDGE, SHE SEAMLESSLY COORDINATED THE RECEPTION, BEDDOWN, FORWARD MOVEMENT AND REDEPLOYMENT OF 55 CARGO INCREMENTS WEIGHING MORE THAN 200 THOUSAND POUNDS IN SUPPORT OF INTERNATIONAL FORCES FROM THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, AUSTRALIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. ADDITIONALLY, SHE EFFICIENTLY DRAFTED SITE LAYDOWN PLANS FOR THE FIRST EVER U.S. NAVY'S MOBILE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER PARTICIPATION AT JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM.
As Facilities Leading Petty Officer and shop supervisor at Tactical Operations Center Kadena. With minimal impact to operations, Petty Officer Ohanisain organized and led a 7-man multinational team in entering TOC Kadena's SCIF and replacing a faulty lock which prevented operational flights from launching. Her efficient and extensive coordination limited the impact on operations and restored access to the SCIF within 8 hours. She prevented xx operational flights from being canceled due to contractor delays, resulting in uninterrupted 7th Fleet operational coverage in a sensitive FDNF environment.
PETTY OFFICER REDDY PERFORMED HIS DEMANDING DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER. AS A TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER WATCH SUPERVISOR, HE LED 9 SAILORS IN PREPARING AND DELIVERING BRIEFS, DEVELOPING POST-MISSION PRODUCTS AND CONDUCTING FLIGHT FOLLOWING FOR 4 DEPLOYED MARITIME PATROL AND RECONNAISSANCE TASK GROUPS, WHICH FLEW 555 SORTIES IN SUPPORT OF OPERATIONS INHERENT RESOLVE, RESTORING HOPE AND NATIONAL THEATER OBJECTIVES IN THE FIFTH FLEET AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY.
IT2 Hogel expertly led 15 Full Time Support and Reserve Personnel during ULTRA 2012, utilizing the Radar Sonar Surveillance Center suite of equipment, and delivered an exception performance as Tactical Operations Center Radio Operator, while simultaneously maintaining all network and radio communications equipment, providing 333 hours of uninterrupted communications.