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- Tremendous knowledge of FA-18 (NAME YOUR SYSTEM) systems. Routinely called upon to assist in timely troubleshooting and repair of the most complex discrepancies. His/Her professional expertise quickly restored vital aircraft to full mission capability, enabling the squadron to meet all operational commitments.

- A recognized subject matter expert. Consistently sought out to troubleshoot and repair the most complex aircraft discrepancies. His/Her professional technical knowledge quickly restored vital aircraft to full mission capability, enabling the squadron to meet all operational objectives.

- Industrious and motivated hard charger. Often called upon to solve and repair the most perplexing discrepancies. His/Her expertise proved invaluable in the recovery effort of aircraft XXX from X. His/Her efforts resulted in the timely return of a critical aircraft asset to full mission capable status, enabling the command to meet all operational commitments during an extended combat deployment.

- Entirely committed to excellence and subordinate training. His/Her genuine concern for subordinate development fostered a productive working and training environment, which positively impacted the work center's production and application of NAMP processes.

- Excellent leader and mentor. Proactively led and coordinated the training of seven junior personnel in key areas of responsibility and professional development.

- Excellent quality of work. Eagerly tackles new jobs, producing excellent quality with exacting standards.

- Highly effective supervisor. As a Collateral Duty Inspector and crew leader, he/she expertly supervised and inspected over XXX maintenance actions. His/Her ability to promote unity towards common goals coupled with his/her "can do" spirit contributed significantly to the command's impressive XX percent sortie completion rate during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM.

- Versatile and motivated. Aggressively performed her duties as a X technician while simultaneously supporting the Line Division as a qualified Plane Captain. His/Her comprehensive involvement greatly enhanced the squadron's mission effectiveness during an arduous and extended Western Pacific deployment.

Highly professional Sailor with uncompromising commitment to command goals.
- Outstanding counselor. Coordinated 48 reenlistments and 19 extensions, leading to a 76 percent divisional retention rate.
- Effective instructor. Trained 15 work center career counselors, resulting in the successful completion of 133 Career Development Boards.
- Command involved. Developed a divisional transfer and separations tracking report which served as the model for a command wide tracker. Served as Junior Sailor of the Quarter board member, contributing to the command's Sailor recognition program.
- Community oriented. Devoted 20 off-duty hours as Habitat for Humanity Team Leader, contributing to the construction of two homes for needy families. Highly recommended for advancement.
Dedicated professional with keen leadership abilities.

- Exceptional leader. Directed 18 technicians performing 2,057 maintenance actions on 33 Consolidated Automated Support System stations, resulting in a 95 percent station availability rate.
- Outstanding mentor. Performed general and in-rate professional training for 15 Sailors, resulting in a 25 percent advancement rate.
- Attention to detail. Maintained 100 percent accountability of 223 calibrated items, resulting in zero program discrepancies during the semi-annual Quality Assurance audit.
*Block 20: Spring 2010 PRT not performed due to member being onboard less than 10 weeks.
Highly recommended for advancement.

Experienced Second Class Petty Officer with keen administrative skills.
- Talented technician. Performed 57 F/A-18 avionics component repairs, contributing to a 96.5 percent repair rate.
- Model Sailor. Sponsored seven newly assigned Sailors, playing a key role in supporting the Navy's "First 72 hours" concept and ensuring a smooth transition to the FRC Mid-Atlantic team.
- Mission oriented. Assisted in processing 4,153 urinalysis samples, ensuring 100 percent compliance with the Navy's drug testing program.
- Accomplished administrator. Selected to serve as command Educational Services Office representative, ensuring advancement eligibility for 601 candidates.
*Block 20: Fall 2010 PRT not performed due to member onboard less than 10 weeks.
Recommended for advancement.

Versatile technician who easily adapted to assignment outside of his rate.
- Outstanding work ethic. Devoted 50 off-shift hours assisting in the repair of 134 Generator Converter Units, contributing to a 39 percent reduction in backlog while maintaining a 93 percent repair rate.
- Gifted instructor. Dedicated 25 hours providing rate training to five Sailors, resulting in a 40 percent advancement rate for the work center.
- Command involved. Volunteered as an Assistant Command Fitness Leader during the Fall 2010 Physical Fitness Assessment for 1134 Sailors, contributing to the command's 96 percent pass rate.
Recommended for advancement.


Displays unparalleled administrative expertise and leadership skills.
- Proven supervisor. Oversaw the repair of 179 Generator Converter Units (GCU), resulting in a 29 percent reduction in backlog while maintaining a 93 percent repair rate.
- Experienced trainer. Provided detailed administrative and maintenance training to four technicians and one supervisor, contributing to 50 percent increase in work center proficiency.
- Committed to process improvement. Played a pivotal role in the weekly GCU Teleconference with Fleet Readiness Centers and industry representatives, providing timely resolution of fleet issues and improved support for flight line requirements.
- Civic minded. Volunteered 15 off-duty hours at NAS Oceana's Child Development Center, assisting in the care and nurturing of 46 children.
Recommended for Advancement.


A recognized technical expert who thrives on challenge and excels in all endeavors.
- Outstanding instructor. Trained nine Sailors on maintenance procedures, contributing to the repair of 241 RADAR components with a 92 percent repair rate.
- Highly motivated. Completed 75 percent of On-the-Job training requirements four months ahead of schedule.
- Excellent mentor. Hand-selected as a Command Training Team member to deliver Military Pride and Professionalism training to newly assigned Sailors.
Recommended for advancement.


Motivated self-starter. Dedicated to the highest quality standards of workmanship.
- Excellent technician. Repaired 55 electronic components, resulting in an 11 percent reduction in backlog.
- Troubleshot and repaired three AN/AWM-103A Stores Management Test Sets, returning them to full mission capability and saving $3,130 in depot level repair costs.
- Team Player. Assisted the Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) Program Manager in preparation for semi-annual Quality Assurance audit, resulting in zero discrepancies.
Ready for increased responsibility and advancement to Petty Officer First Class.


- Knowledgeable technician. Repaired 38 AN/AWW-13 Advanced Data Link Pods, resulting in an 83 percent repair rate. Repaired the AYK-14 Mission Computer Test Set, restoring it to full mission capability.
- Attentive to detail. Reviewed and updated 1,176 Individual Component Repair List (ICRL) items, ensuring 100 percent data accuracy and contributing to zero discrepancies during the semi-annual Quality Assurance audit.
- Community involved. Volunteered 96 off-duty hours as a youth football coach for the Green Run Spartans football team, mentoring 32 high school students.
Recommended for advancement.


A dedicated leader who demonstrates exceptional technical abilities.
- Outstanding supervisor. Directed seven technicians in two high demand work centers responsible for the repair of 637 aviation and support equipment components, resulting in a 43 percent increase in asset availability and a $1.8M Beyond-Capable-Maintenance cost avoidance.
- Meticulous manager. Provided Electro-Static Discharge training to 885 Sailors, ensuring strict compliance to program directives and zero discrepancies for the command during the Quality Assurance audit.
- Detail oriented. Submitted three price challenges, saving the Navy $123K and being awarded "Honorary Price Fighter" by the Naval Inventory Control Point.

- Civic minded. Dedicated 13 off-duty hours to Goodwill of Norfolk, distributing clothing and promoting a positive Navy image to the local community.

Highly recommended for advancement.


Highly motivated, multi-talented technician.
- Seasoned professional. Directed four technicians in the repair of 155 components, resulting in a 23 percent reduction in backlog.
- Meticulous and organized. Personally dedicated 53 off-duty hours bringing the Division's Hazardous Material and Waste program on-line, resulting in zero discrepancies during four consecutive NAS Oceana Environmental inspections.
- Dedicated to subordinate development. Provided comprehensive rate training for two Sailors, directly contributing to their advancement.
- Community minded. Volunteered 16 off-duty hours to Fleet and Family Support Center's Family Day and to the FRC Mid-Atlantic Children's Halloween Party.
Strongly recommended for advancement.


- Excellent technician. Repaired 84 APG-65/73 RADAR Antenna components, resulting in an 18 percent reduction in backlog while maintaining a 94 percent repair rate.

- Respected instructor. Trained eight technicians on repair procedures for RADAR components, increasing work center proficiency by 23 percent.

- Team player. Assisted in implementation of the First Pass Yield (FPY) maintenance concept, resulting in a 22 percent increase in RADAR transmitter repairs.

- Community oriented. Devoted 16 off-duty hours volunteering at the Virginia Beach field house for youth sports activities.

Recommended for advancement.


Displays keen leadership abilities and produces outstanding results.

- Maintenance expert. Led four technicians in completing 2,243 maintenance actions and 95 technical directives, resulting in a 96 percent station availability rate.

- Team player. Conducted and documented safety training for 82 technicians and obtained required safety equipment, resulting in zero safety incidents for 2010 and zero program discrepancies on the semi-annual Quality Assurance audit.

- Civic minded. Volunteered 45 hours at the Moose Lodge Family Center and Pinecrest Baptist Church children's events, projecting a positive Naval image in the community.

Recommended for advancement.


Confident and aggressive supervisor who leads by example.

- Outstanding manager. Supervised 14 Sailors and five artisans in the repair of 1,981 APG-65/73 RADAR components, contributing to a Beyond Capable Maintenance Interdiction cost savings of $8.96M while maintaining a 96 percent repair rate.

- Technical expert. Trained 13 technicians in RADAR component repair procedures, resulting in the qualification of three Collateral Duty Inspectors.

- Devoted to quality. Completed 93 Quality Assurance final inspections with zero items returned for rework.

*Block 20: Spring 2010 PRT not performed due to member being onboard less than 10 weeks.

Highly recommended for advancement


- Exceptional leader. Supervised the repair of 2,577 aircraft components, achieving a 96.5 percent repair rate with a $3.23M Fleet Capability Alignment Program cost savings.

- Team player. Devoted 25 off-duty hours to the development and maintenance of FRC Mid-Atlantic Oceana's command website, enabling information access to 1,100 military and civilian employees.

- Talented instructor. Assisted in providing rate training to 42 Sailors in preparation for the March 2010 advancement exam and provided maintenance training to seven Sailors, resulting in five Collateral Duty Inspector qualifications.

- Community oriented. Devoted 20 off-duty hours as Habitat for Humanity Team Leader, contributing to the construction of two homes for qualifying local families.

An industrious and versatile professional. He has my strongest recommendation for advancement to Petty Officer First Class.

Competent Sailor and talented technician.

- Played a key role in relocation of three CASS High Power Device Test Sets, contributing to increased work center efficiency for F/A-18 RADAR component repair.

- Highly knowledgeable. Trained 16 Sailors on Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) maintenance directly contributing to maintaining a 95 percent station availability rate.

- Attentive to detail. Accurately accounted for 328 Individual Material Readiness List items, resulting in zero discrepancies on two consecutive semi-annual Quality Assurance Audits.


An experienced leader with exceptional administrative skills.

- Talented supervisor. Directed 14 Sailors and three artisans performing 1,025 F/A-18 RADAR component repairs, resulting in a five percent reduction in component Time to Reliably Replenish.

- Exceptional mentor. Her dedicated counseling and mentorship to 40 Sailors directly contributed to a 95 percent retention rate and five advancements within the branch.

- Excellent program manager. Spearheaded the efforts of 22 Training Petty Officers responsible for accurate upkeep of Advanced Skills Management records. Diligent efforts ensured accurate and timely documentation for 332 Sailors.

- Command involved. Assisted in the collection and processing of 4,153 urinalysis samples, ensuring 100 percent compliance with the Navy's drug testing program.

*Block 20: Spring 2010 PRT not performed due to member onboard less than 10 weeks.

Highly recommended for advancement to Petty Officer First Class.


- Mission-driven. Spearheaded and tracked 28 NIIN Analysis projects, contributing to a $40.2M Fleet Capability Alignment Program cost avoidance and resulting in Oceana's selection as FRC Mid-Atlantic Site of the Year.

- Detail oriented. Instrumental in the development and implementation of the Naval Aviation Enterprise Human Capital Event, leading to a 114 percent increase in throughput and a 21 percent increase in man-hours available for maintenance.

- Command involved. Facilitated command indoctrination and training for 225 Sailors and Marines, contributing to an 80 percent AIRSpeed Yellow Belt qualification rate. Assisted in the collection and processing of 4,153 urinalysis samples, ensuring 100 percent compliance with the Navy's drug testing program.

- Resourceful manager. Played a key role in development of the AIRSpeed information display boards which served as a template for all FRC Mid-Atlantic sites.

Performing now at the level of a First Class Petty Officer! She has my strongest recommendation for advancement.


A top performer in an extremely demanding production environment.

- Technical expert. Readily applied advanced Generator Converter Unit (GCU) knowledge to effect the repair of 255 GCU's, resulting in a 29 percent reduction in component backlog.

- Outstanding teamwork. Devoted 10 off-duty hours assisting industry representatives in validating failures indicated by Aircraft Engine Component Test Stand (AECTS) software, contributing to a component replacement cost savings of $51K.

- Superior instructor. Trained seven technicians on AECTS and F/A-18 GCU maintenance procedures, increasing work center proficiency by 43 percent.

- Civic minded. Dedicated 15 hours tutoring elementary school students with the Windsor Oaks Elementary Mentorship program.

*Block 20: Spring 2010 PRT not performed due to member onboard less than 10 weeks.

An integral part of the FRC Mid-Atlantic team. Highly recommended for advancement.


Outstanding technician with the ability to excel in a supervisory role.

- Extremely productive. Processed 173 Generator Converter Units (GCU) accounting for 26 percent of total work center inductions, resulting in a 29 percent reduction in backlog.

- Technical expert. Trained three technicians on maintenance procedures for Aircraft Electrical Component Test Stand and F/A-18 GCU components, increasing work center proficiency by 25 percent.

- Organized and meticulous. Effectively Performed quarterly Individual Component Repair List reviews, resulting in zero discrepancies during semi-annual Quality Assurance audits.

- Involved in community. Selflessly devoted 310 off-duty hours with the Susan G. Komen Tidewater Race for the Cure, Salem Elementary Trunk or Treat Event, Family Fest, and Pembroke Food Bank Drive, projecting a positive image within the community.

Highly recommended for advancement.


Talented and versatile leader who is dedicated to mission accomplishment.

- Superb leader. Directed 14 technicians in the completion of 2,573 maintenance actions, resulting in a 46 percent reduction in backlog.

- Devoted to quality. Performed 211 Quality Assurance final inspections with zero items returned for rework.

- Organized Program Manager. Maintained 42 Miniature/Microminiature qualification records and provided top-notch quarterly training, resulting in a zero discrepancies during semi-annual Quality Assurance audit.

- Excellent instructor. Trained eight technicians on proper maintenance procedures, leading to the qualification of two Collateral Duty Inspectors.

Highly recommended for advancement.


Highly motivated technician who thrives on challenge.

- Outstanding supervisor. Led 13 Sailors performing 482 avionics component repairs, resulting in a 96.7 percent repair rate and a 22 percent reduction in backlog.

- Attentive to detail. Maintained 100 percent accountability of 355 Individual Material Readiness List assets, resulting in zero discrepancies during the most recent quarterly inventory.

- Excellent instructor. Trained eight technicians on the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, Naval Aviation Logistics Command Operating Maintenance Informtion System, and general maintenance procedures, increasing work center proficiency by 15 percent.

*Block 20: Spring 2010 PRT not performed due to member being onboard less than 10 weeks.

Recommended for advancement.


Extremely motivated supervisor, committed to achievement of command goals.

- Exceptional leader. Directed eight technicians performing 351 maintenance actions, resulting in a 93 percent repair rate and a 42 percent reduction in backlog.

- Physical fitness role model. Conducted 87 Fitness Enhancement Program sessions, contributing to the command's 96 percent pass rate for the Fall 2010 Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA) and achieved a score of "Outstanding" on last two PFA's.

- Invaluable team member. Assisted in the collection and processing of 4,153 urinalysis samples, ensuring 100 percent compliance with the Navy's drug testing program.

- Effective mentor. Proactive training efforts contributed to the qualification of three Collateral Duty Inspectors, resulting in a 29 percent increase in qualified personnel.

Strongly recommended for advancement.


- Superior leader. Directed seven technicians performing 1,332 aviation and support equipment repairs, resulting in a 43 percent increase in asset availability and $730K Fleet Capability Alignment Program cost avoidance.

- Mission oriented. As CPR Program Director, led four Training Site Facilitators and 32 CPR Instructors, resulting in 892 Basic Life Support qualifications.

- Technical expert. Selected by Commander, Strike Fighter Wing Atlantic (CSFWL) to repair 23 F/A-18 Breech Adapters. Her knowledge was key in returning all components to full mission capability and eliminating equipment down-time on the flight line.

- Command involved. Served as Second Class Petty Officer Association President and coordinated 16 fundraising events which collected $4,587 in support of the first FRC Mid-Atlantic Oceana Children's Halloween Party.

- Outstanding mentor. Coordinated rate training for 166 exam-eligible Sailors, contributing to the command's 98.5 percent exam pass rate.

A stellar performer who significantly enhanced FRC Mid-Atlantic's mission success. She has my highest recommendation for advancement.


- Superior leader. Directed 23 Sailors in nine work centers performing 1,127 F/A-18 Electronic Countermeasures and Communication/Navigation component repairs. Efforts contributed to a Fleet Capability Alignment Program cost saving of $227K.

- Resident expert. Trained three production supervisors and five Collateral Duty Inspectors, resulting in a 19 percent reduction in backlog.

- Dynamic organizer. Developed a system to track 105 Multifunction Information Distribution System (MIDS) assets, ensuring 100 percent asset accountability.

- Outstanding administrator. Screened 23 Advanced Skills Management (ASM) records, identifying and correcting 52 discrepancies. Efforts resulted in consistent grades of "Outstanding" on weekly Quality Assurance inspections.

An aggressive and tenacious leader who elicits superior performance from her peers and subordinates. Strongly recommended for advancement or any path leading to a commission.


Motivated Sailor who accepts any task and produces quality results. Would be in Must Promote catagory if not constrained by quota limits.

- Remarkable leader. Directed 18 technician performing 2,277 F/A-18 avionics component repairs, resulting in a 43 percent reduction in backlog.

- Detail oriented. Reviewed and streamlined the Individual Component Repair List, resulting in the accurate management of 1,060 items.

- Meticulous manager. Maintained 46 publications as the work center Dispersed Technical Publications Librarian, contributing to zero discrepancies on the semi-annual Quality Assurance audit.

- Community oriented. Volunteered to coach Virginia Beach Girls Soccer League and Pee Wee football, projecting a positive Navy image in the community.

Highly recommended for advancement.


A hard charger who contributed greatly to the FRCMA team.

- Outstanding mentor. Trained and qualified two AIRSpeed Black Belts and mentored 31 Sailors during 64 Continuous Process Improvement events, resulting in a savings of $1.2M.

- Excellent instructor. Developed and delivered 12 training presentations for maintenance personnel and leadership, and assisted in teaching three AIRSpeed Green Belt courses, leading to the qualification of 56 Sailors.

- Technical expert. Played a key role in multiple AIRSpeed projects, contributing to a combined BCM Interdiction and Fleet Capability Alignment Program cost savings of $27.7M.

- Unsurpassed dedication. Mentored a Black Belt in the performance of eight Visual Stream Analysis and Rapid Improvement Events for the Aviation Life Support Equipment Division.

Highly recommended for advancement.


Highly skilled and motivated supervisor.

- Keen administrator. Directed six Sailors in performing daily administrative duties, resulting in the accurate management of 304 Division Officer records and the timely processing of 1,120 correspondence items.

- Valuable team member. Played a key role in drafting and submitting 16 Situation Reports (SITREP) and the expeditious processing of 437 Evaluation Reports.

- Command involved. Processed and tracked 14 leave requests utilizing Aircraft and Personnel Automated Clearance System, ensuring 100 percent compliance with DOD and Navy requirements for Sailors traveling out of the country.

- Community minded. Dedicated four off-duty hours to Windsor Oaks Elementary School's annual fair and 16 off-duty hours coaching children at the Southern Virginia Trojans Youth Football Camp.

Strongly recommended for advancement.


EXCEPTIONALLY TALENTED LEADER, PERFORMING AS A FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICER.

- Outstanding supervisor. Directed 14 technicians performing 1,173 component repairs, resulting in a 29 percent decrease in backlog.

- Dedicated instructor. Trained four technicians on repair procedures for the Wrap-Around Test Set cable assembly, contributing to a 22 percent decrease in turnaround time and a $31K Fleet Capability Alignment Program cost avoidance.

- Program expert. As command Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) Program Manager, maintained material condition of 51 ESD stations and provided training on procedures, resulting in zero program discrepancies during the semi-annual Quality Assurance audit.

- Command involved. Played a key role in collecting and processing 4,153 urinalysis samples, ensuring 100 percent compliance with the Navy's drug testing program.

An insightful and forward-thinking Sailor. He has my strongest recommendation for advancement to Petty Officer First Class.


- Exceptional leader. Served as team lead for the Naval Aviation Enterprise Human Capital Event, resulting in a 114 percent increase in throughput and a 21 percent increase in man-hours available for maintenance.

- Outstanding program administrator. Trained and managed 102 Individual Component Repair List (ICRL) Petty Officers performing 3,577 ICRL changes, resulting in two consecutive zero discrepancy Quality Assurance program audits.

- Selected as First Runner-Up for the Master Gunnery Sergeant John Evancho Innovator of the Year Award, recognizing his superb efforts which positively impacted aviation logistics readiness of operating forces.

- Involved in community. Led 25 Sailors raising $314,500 during the Children Hospital of the King's Daughters Radio-thon.

Extremely reliable and hard-charging Sailor. He has my strongest recommendation for advancement to Petty Officer First Class.


Skilled technician with unlimited potential.

- Experienced technician. Contributed to the completion of 2,496 maintenance actions on 33 Consolidated Automated Support System stations, resulting in a 96 percent station availability rate.

- Highly knowledgeable. Assisted in the revision of the fleet-wide Miniature/Microminiature Repair Recertification Personnel Qualification Standard. Performed 2M recertification services for three activities, resulting in the qualification of 15 technicians.

- Dynamic leadership. Played a key role in establishing a Second Class Petty Officer Association for FRC Mid-Atlantic Oceana, contributing to enhanced morale and camaraderie within the command.

- Command involved. Collected and processed 4,153 urinalysis samples, ensuring 100 percent compliance with the Navy's drug testing program. Maintained records for 121 Sailors as Assistant Command Motorcycle Safety Coordinator, ensuring 100 percent data accuracy.

Strongly recommended for advancement.


Outstanding performer and an invaluable member of the FRC Mid-Atlantic Team.

- Dedicated supervisor. Led 18 technicians completing 3,059 maintenance actions and performed 250 Quality Assurance final inspections, directly contributing to the work center's 96.5 percent Ready for Issue rate.

- Meticulous manager. Assisted in redesign of the ancillary equipment storage room, resulting in 100 percent accountability of 433 support equipment assets and a 15 percent increase in throughput.

- Devoted mentor. Sponsored 12 newly assigned Sailors, playing a key role in supporting the Navy's "First 72 hours" model ensuring a smooth transition into the FRC Mid-Atlantic team.

- Civic minded. Dedicated five off-duty hours, with the Norfolk Animal Care Hospital, contributing to the rescue of 4,562 stray animals.

Highly recommended for advancement.


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