Waterborne Security Evals
-MISSION ORIENTED. As Chief of the Guard, he expertly led nine sailors and DOD personnel in the performance of 540 hours of waterborne force protection for eight high value assets moored at the R3 pier. Providing waterside security, ensured the safe and efficient replenishment of all US warships and submarines. Additionally, he maintained tactical control of four Harbor Security Vessels over 13.5 miles of waterfront with zero mishaps.
Devoted leadership of 34 sailors culminated in the flawless execution of his unit's waterborne and pierside Force Protection measures for one of the largest harbor patrol units in the Navy. His team efficiently conducted escorts of 75 U.S. and coalition naval vessels transiting the port of Bahrain with zero incidents. His meticulous mentorship resulted in the selection of one Sailor of the Year, one Sailor of the Quarter, three Patrolmen of the Month, and seven exceptional warriors. Additionally, under his guidance, his sailors achieved a 25 percent advancement rate and 100 percent pass rate on physical fitness assessments.
MA2 Charles diligently provided over 6,250 hours of waterborne antiterrorism force protection for two nuclear submarines encompassing 22 miles of coastline and 4.5 miles of federally restricted waterways, a vital mission to the navy nuclear training program. As coxswain during the department of energy bi-annual emergency security scenarios, his exceptional ability to execute preplanned responses and standard operating procedures led to the security department completing with outstanding grades of readiness. Additionally, he responded to five domestic disturbances, initiated 30 traffic stops including one high risk stop, and conducted 150 random anti-terrorism measures ensuring good order and discipline on joint base Charleston.
Petty Officer Jenkins provided tactical waterborne security and Force Protection for over 110 visiting U.S. Navy and Coast Guard vessels and over 50,000 sailors and civilians during ordanance operations allowing Fleet support in its efforts of combating the Global War on Terrorism.
PETTY OFFICER COX DEPLOYED 123 DAYS ABOARD EIGHT HIGH VALUE ASSETS, PROVIDING ANTI-TERRORISM/FORCE PROTECTION AND WATERBORNE SECURITY IN DIRECT SUPPORT OF C7F OPERATIONS. AS DEPARTMENT LPO, LED AND MENTORED SEVEN SAILORS IN A HIGH OPTEMPO TRAINING DEPARTMENT.
She expertly conducted over 900 hours of waterborne and pier side force protection operations, and performed 60 random anti-terrorism measures in support of the USS MOUNT WHITNEY and coalition assets. She demonstrated her dedication and devotion to the command and the community by coordinating 30 community service events and volunteered 120 hours for events including the NSAND Gaeta Fall Fest and the USS MOUNT WHITNEY homecoming.