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YNSN SEAMAN is a highly motivated and productive Yeoman. He strives for excellence and is an invaluable member of the Safety Department.

-DEDICATED TO NAVY's CORE VALUES. Diligently supported good order and discipline around the command by tracking and processing 31 Unauthorized Absence, 10 deserter and 43 administrative separation cases. He also supported the Navy's policy on physical fitness by writing over 200 page 13's for PFA failures throughout the command.
- OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL. Consistently demonstrated exceptional professional skills by processing and completing 64 Accident and Incident Reports, assisting Safety Department in maintaining ORM while the command is in current shipyard environment.
- BUDDING LEADER. Chosen as the captain of the IKE hockey team, he shows leadership skills above his paygrade.

YNSN SEAMAN is a combination of efficiency and initiative; he is a ROCK SOLID performer with unmatched dedication to duty. He has my highest recommendation for promotion and retention.


- Leadership in a combat zone. He led eight detachment personnel in the completion of 360 maintenance actions, resulting in the completion of 186 combat sorties totaling 480 flight hours in support of CJSOTF/CJSOAD and OIF/OND operations and the capture of high value targets while deployed to Iraq.

OUTSTANDING LEADER, PERFORMING AT THE LEVEL OF A FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICER.
- Dedicated leader. Supervised 65 technicians performing 5,302 maintenance actions and processing 89 technical directives, resulting in a 96.5 percent repair rate and a 95 percent station availability rate.
- Command involved. Trained 126 Sailors in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), contributing to the command's 92 percent qualification rate. Played a key role in collecting and processing 4,153 urinalysis samples, ensuring 100 percent compliance with the Navy's drug testing program.
- Invaluable team member. Assisted in raising $12,153 during the 2010 Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society fund drive.
- Civic minded. Dedicated 46 hours mentoring 22 children in basic education at NAS Oceana's Child Development Center.
Exhibited superior performance in all areas of responsibility. He has my strongest recommendation for advancement to Petty Officer First Class.

A motivated leader with meticulous administrative skills.
- Excellent supervisor. Directed the production efforts of 12 technicians performing 208 F/A-18 electrical component repairs, resulting in a 95 percent repair rate.
- Keen attention to detail. Reviewed and updated Individual Component Repair Lists for three work centers, resulting in the removal of 75 consumable components. Efforts contributed to a quarterly cost savings of $27K.
- Team player. Provided electrical systems training to 43 Sailors, contributing to the qualification of 9 technicians and resulting in a 21 percent increase qualified personnel.
- Created a comprehensive rating exam study guide, assisting Aviation Electrician's Mates in preparing for the March 2011 advancement exam. Highly recommended for advancement to Petty Officer First Class.

Outstanding professional with unmatched work ethic.
- Exceptional supervisor. Spearheaded the implementation of First Pass Yield maintenance concept, leading to the expeditious repair of 248 APG-65/73 RADAR components. Efforts resulted in a 37 percent reduction in backlog with a 95 percent repair rate.
- Outstanding technician. Exhibited keen technical expertise in the repair of two RADAR Transmitter Interface Devices and two Panel Interface Units, contributing to a 47 percent increase in repair capability.
- Ability to instruct. Trained nine Sailors on all facets of RADAR component maintenance, resulting in a 33 percent increase in qualified technicians. Strongly recommended for advancement

A highly motivated Sailor, committed to the achievement of command goals.
- Skilled leader. Directed 10 technicians performing 2,243 maintenance actions on 33 Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) stations, resulting in a 95 percent support equipment availability rate.
- Recognized expert. Spearheaded the repair of a CASS High Power Device Test Set, resulting in a 20 percent increase in production capacity for RADAR components.
- Community minded. Devoted 350 hours as assistant coach for 316 Green Run Spartans and Virginia Beach Tuff program athletes, projecting a positive image in the community.
- Command involved. Assisted in the collection and processing of 4,153 urinalysis samples, ensuring 100 percent compliance with the Navy's drug testing program.
Strongly recommended for advancement to Petty Officer First Class.

HIGHLY COMPETITIVE. PERFORMING AT THE LEVEL OF A FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICER.
- Exceptional leader. Directed 17 technicians and one artisan performing 216 maintenance actions, resulting in a combined $33.3M Fleet Capability Alignment Program and Beyond Capable Maintenance Interdiction cost savings.
- Superb mentor. Provided career guidance to five Sailors, contributing to three reenlistments and a 60 percent work center retention rate.
- Meticulous attention to detail. Diligently managed the work center's Foreign Object Damage and Safety programs, contributing to the prevention of mishaps and resulting in zero discrepancies during the semi-annual Quality Assurance audit.
- Civic minded. Assisted Strawbridge Elementary Parent Teachers Association in raising $4,600 for school programs.
*Block 20: Spring 2010 PRT not performed due to member onboard less than 10 weeks.
An aggressive and resourceful supervisor. He has earned my strongest recommendation for advancement to Petty Officer First Class.

RANKED #3 OF 43 EXTREMELY COMPETITIVE SECOND CLASS PETTY OFFICERS!
- Expert administrator. Resolved 2,781 mission critical discrepancies and updated Local Command Procedures for the Maintenance Training Program, ensuring on-time implementation of the Advanced Skills Management (ASM) version 3.0 training program.
- Exceptional trainer. Qualified two ASM Fleet Administrators, 28 Developers, and 146 work center Training Petty Officers, contributing to a 47 percent decrease in training audit discrepancies.
- Team leader. Led 22 Sailors in divisional Physical Training, resulting in zero Physical Fitness Assessment failures for two consecutive cycles.
- Community and command involved. Dedicated 35 off-duty hours to five command sponsored and community volunteer activities, contributing to her selection as FRC Mid-Atlantic Oceana Sailor of the Quarter for Third Quarter 2010.
Performing now at the level of a First Class Petty Officer. She has my strongest recommendation for advancement.

Highly motivated and determined professional, totally committed to mission goals.
- Effective leader. Directed 11 Sailors performing 581 F/A-18 avionics component repairs and performed 221 Quality Assurance final inspections, contributing to a 41 percent reduction in work center backlog.
- Meticulous manager. Assisted in redesign of the ancillary equipment storage room, resulting in 100 percent accountability of 433 Test Program Set assets and contributing to a 15 percent increase in productivity.
- Highly organized. Skillfully managed 32 Second Class Petty Officers in the daily upkeep of the Individual Augmentee barracks while assigned to training at Ft. Lewis, WA, and Ft. Dix, NJ, resulting in zero discrepancies on 12 weekly inspections.
- 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. Strongly recommended for advancement.

- Competent technician . Contributed to the completion of 2,024 maintenance actions, resulting in a 95 percent repair rate.
- Assisted in streamlining RADAR maintenance processes, reducing backlog 20 percent.
- Effective manager. Led 24 Sailors in grounds maintenance of NAS Oceana's 5,311 acres.
- Exhibited a marked decline in motivation and performance, leading to his re-assignment outside the department.

Quality technician with supervisor potential.
- Committed to production goals. Led five technicians performing repair on 2,228 RADAR components and 29 RADAR Operational Test Program Sets, resulting in a 90 percent equipment availability rate.
- Keen attention to detail. Maintained 100 percent accountability of 207 Individual Material Readiness List assets and reviewed 692 Individual Component Repair List items, resulting in zero discrepancies during the semi-annual Quality Assurance audit.
Highly recommended for advancement.

- Dynamic leader. Guided four technicians in processing 342 F/A-18 aircraft and Support Equipment batteries, reducing the time-to-reliably-replenish (TRR) from nine to six days.
- Effective Program Manager. Trained 1,100 personnel on Battery Safety, resulting in 100 percent compliance with the NAVOSH requirement.
- Highly organized. Maintained 100 percent accountability of 14 work center Individual Material Readiness Listing (IMRL) assets, resulting in zero-discrepancies during the semi-annual Quality Assurance audit.
- Community oriented. Volunteered as an escort for Cooke Elementary "Back to School Celebration", projecting a positive Naval image in the local community.
*Block 20: Spring 2010 PRT not performed due to member being onboard less than 10 weeks.
Recommended for advancement.

- Superior manager. Directed 48 technicians and one artisan performing 5,283 maintenance actions, resulting in a 93 percent repair rate and a $593K Fleet Capability Alignment Program cost avoidance.
- Committed to mission. Spearheaded the consolidation and relocation of four work centers, contributing to increased maintenance efficiency and resulting in a 55 percent reduction in backlog.
- Command involved. Assisted in the collection and processing of 4,153 urinalysis samples, ensuring 100 percent compliance with the Navy's drug testing program.
- Dynamic and versatile. Transported 14 medium-security detainees, ensuring public and prisoner safety while adhering to Naval security regulations and directives.
A dedicated professional who always produces superb results.

- Exceptional leader. Trained 10 technicians on proper maintenance procedures, contributing to a 41 percent reduction in backlog.

- Devoted to quality. Performed 397 Quality Assurance final inspections, leading to a 96.5 percent repair rate with zero items returned for rework.

- 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.

- Volunteered 87 off-duty hours to the neighborhood watch committee, directly resulting in the prevention of four burglaries and seven domestic disturbances. Possesses outstanding leadership and management skills. Highly recommended for advancement.


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