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Boatswain's Mate (BM)
As CTG 56.7 Tactical Craft Crewman, BM2 Harbor completed 310 missions, including 120 escorts, and 365 static missions and directly contributed to maintaining safe passage.
Petty Officer Harbor proved to be a fundamental part of Detachment Tangoís successful execution of 435 training missions totaling over 3000 mishap-free operating hours.
BM1 Johnson's reputation for reliability resulted in his being trusted with our most critical daily assignments and PMS in addition to a variety of additional duties.
Routed 30 PQS, conducted 25 training topics, and arranged and prepared 3 port briefs.
He demonstrated exceptional initiative and unusual attention to detail in the training of six junior Sailors during small boat operations, directly contributing to over 200 mishap-free operating hours.
BM2 Cox's extensive technical knowledge was demonstrated while training 30 prospective students, including 23 deck engineers and 15 loadmaster students, all recent graduates of their respective schools.
Petty Officer Johnson administered refresher training for 3M-301 for all crewman ensuring PMS checks are done correctly and enforcing their completion.
Petty Officer Johnson completed 12 thorough craft corrosion inspections with minimal discrepancies.
Impressed chain of command with rare technical competence demonstrated in the management of over 200 scheduled and unscheduled maintenance checks for six rigid hull inflatable boats (RHIBs), 12 small boat trailers and related small boat equipment.
As the command fitness leader, created a fitness culture for the command resulting in zero failures and a 20% average decrease in body fat, keeping 100% of the unit fit for duty.
Electronics Technician (ET)
ET2 Beyan is the epitome of the Navy core values and was nominated for NOSC Schenectady Sailor of the Year.
Quickly mastered the East Africa Counter-Narcotic (CN) analytic problem set to produce over 20 comprehensive assessments which directly contributed to the situational awareness of COCOM leadership and planners.
He rises to any and all challenges given and accepts any task no matter how large or small to get the mission accomplished on time and in the right way.
Planned, acquired, and installed $400k in communications and ADP equipment to create SBT-22ís first Tactical Operations Center trailor. His efforts delivered an effective, self-contained mobile communications center that provided over 100 hours of uninterrupted communications for RT1ís readiness assessment, directly contributing to the success of their training.
ET1 Nolan conducts himself in the manner of a Chief Petty Officer and his conduct on and off duty shows he is ready for any job the Navy or the civilian world could put in front of him.
Provided critical analytical support to the U.S. Office Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) for Narcotic Kingpin designations which faciliated Interagency and Law Enforcement partners' planning efforts on the African Continent.
Her commitment to bettering the unit, the Navy and herself are second to none. She is the sailor others strive to be.
Fire Controlman (FC)
Only Second Class Petty Officer on board USS GARY to take the responsibility of taking over watch bill coordinator, a position normally held by a First Class Petty Officer.
Petty Officer Sims displayed exceptional skill and resourcefulness in designing and installing a pre-deployment tactical craft command post and provided the technical guidance to outfit and maintain ten tactical craft with secure and non-secure communications.
Key member of PCU William P. Lawrence (DDG 110), participating in the development of the CF03 work center, and contributing countless hours to the successful validation of CSOS and ESOMS in addition to training two FCS/400hz technicians.
Integrates the talent and expertise that span multiple training team and warfare areas. She dedicated over 100 hours to training 6 reporting junior officers for Combat Systems and Combat Information Center watch stations.
-TECHNICAL EXPERT: Contributed over 100 hours troubleshooting and correcting a MK92 FCS casualty and restoring 100% operational readiness in support of USS GARY's final ULTRA-C evaluation.
His efforts directly contributing to the departmentís outstanding 95% FEP score enabling MSRON nineís forward deployment to Kuwait. Petty Officer Sims demonstrated exceptional leadership and superb attention to detail in the supervision and training of over 100 Navy and Coast Guard sailors in the operation of mission-critical communications equipment.
Demonstrated expert technical proficiency during sea trials, CIC team trainer, combat systems alignment verification, combat systems collimation, and att counterpart training.
CF03 workcenter supervisor. Contributed to over 50 successful 76MM PAC fires during the course of a Southern Pacific deployment and two Western Pacific deployments. FC2 Miller led his division through INSURV and three training cycles as both an operator and a vital training team member.
-IMPECABLE MANAGEMENT SKILLS: Guided 4 work centers through a rigorous training cycle including 3M certification; remarkable organizational ability was the force behind and responsible for CF division work centers receiving scores of 98% and 94%.
Served as operations repair parts petty officer while deployed to Djibouti, Africa. His knowledge and skills were in demand as he completed more than 70 field repairs of tactical craft radios, restoring communications vital to dozens of anti-terrorism force protection missions.
Petty officer Sim's familiarity with all aspects of tactical communications was evident during over 40 hours of instruction to 50 unit members.
Gunners Mate (GM)
A capable Gunner's Mate. He continues to increase his knowledge of the Master-at-Arms rate and his contribution to the Security Department.
As an Integrated Training Team member, his experience has been crucial in educating and motivating Sailors to perform to the best of their ability both as individuals and as a team.
As resident expert on 25mm machine gun operations and maintenance, he taught 12 classes and ultimately enhanced readiness of FDNF ships and commands.
Expert knowledge and the ability to impart the immediate and dire effects of failure were vital to squadron field training exercise success
-Trusted Weapons Expert. Serviced and maintained over $1 million in weapon systems, NVD, and mounts in a continuous state of readiness.
Petty Officer Hall demonstrated exceptional expertise in the training and qualification of unit personnel during a small arms live fire exercise. His skill and ability to communicate the fine points of small arms marksmanship prepared unit personnel for deployment to the horn of Africa.
The G-2 Division workcenter Assistant LPO and magazine sprinkler lead operator, he played a central role in 13 ammunition onloads and offloads.
As the Assistant LPO, he qualified over 1,200 shipboard sailors in small arms and scheduled and conducted 12 magazine sprinkler tests and certifications on 76 magazines.
GM1 Knox was an outstanding patrol leader while conducting over 44 escorts and 150 static missions for Boat Div 51 Bravo section.
GM2 Porter's commitment to safety guaranteed that all live fire exercises were conducted without any safety violations or negligent discharges.
-Team Player. Provided equipment support for 3 subordinate commands and helped prepare over 500 marines for deployment, meeting all weapons qualification and safety requirements.
His clear and thorough instruction of over 100 Sailors, civilians, and local nationals in ammunition supply administration and magazine sprinkler systems inceased safety and readiness throughout the Command
Unlimited potential for further professional growth and development.
DEPLOYED TO CAMP LEMONNIOR, DJIBOUTI, AND SUCCESSFULLY IMPLEMENTED THE CAMPíS ARMORY SOP TO ENSURE THE AVAILABILITY OF OVER $1M IN AMMUNITION.
Selected over peers as CSCS DET YOKOSUKA Instructor of the Year.
As lead MK45 5" .54 Cal LWGM technician of CG division, Petty Officer J___ performend his duties in an exemplary and highly professional manner.
GM1 J___ conducted and supervised the completion of 1,000 maintenance checks and repaired over 100 casualties in MT 51 and 52 including the rebuilding of the breech block in MT 51.
GM1 J___ led 15 ammunition onloads/offloads with no safty mishaps or observations.
He maintained consistent control of an expansive arms, ammunition and explosives acountability program with zero incidents or discepancies.
As a Test and Evaluation Team member, he participated in the realistic testing of an advanced autonomous underwater mine detection system, the Mark 18 MOD 2 UUV System.
His diligent and thoughtful application of his knowledge of mine warfare led to the successful development and realistic evaluation of a high-priority capability for the U.S. Navy.
Operations Specialist (OS)
Her ready and extensive knowledge of Tactical Data Links, Surface Warfare, Air Warfare and BMD and the ability to integrate them was a primary factor in qualifications for all FDNF ships, as well as allied and NATO forces.
Thoroughly familiar with the AEGIS Combat System, he managed a cohesive team of 15 Operations Specialists and maintained a zero Safety of Flight record.
OS2 demonstrated his ability and potential by qualifying as Surface Warfare Coordinator, a watchstation normally reserved for higher paygrades.
As Combat Systems Training Team Surface Warfare Leader and Operations Department Training Petty Officer, he led the training of over 30 watchstanders in advanced AEGIS console operations, Naval Surface Fire Support Plotting, and HARPOON Engagement planning which successfully supported the Laboon through three arduous Fifth and Sixth Fleet AOR deployments.
As Anti-submarine Tactical Air Controller, he developed a highly qualified team of air controllers capable of controlling any type of rotary wing aircraft.
An indispensable member of our team, she served as Operations specialist, instructor, secret control custodian in the center for surface combat systems detachment yokosuka
As a master training specialist, she trained over 1000 enlisted and commissioned students and qualified four master training specialists.
- MISSION ORIENTED - As newly qualified Quartermaster of the Watch, his dynamic understanding of navigation and impeccable watch standing has made a tremendous impact on effective operational control and navigational support, providing vital information to the watch teams enabling them to make time critical decisions during the 2012/2013 deployment to the Western Pacific AOR.
SONAR Technician (STG)
SONAR TECHNICIAN (SURFACE)
BECAME THE AUTHORITY AND SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT FOR ASW MISSION PACKAGE USV, DEDICATING OVER 1,000 HOURS TO THE TESTING, EVALUATING, AND MAKING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MODIFICATIONS TO THE SPIRAL ALPHA ASW MISSION PACKAGE EQUIPMENT.
The driving force in the qualification of 7 mission package Sailors in the operation of the unmanned surface vehicles.
Petty Officer Sailor possesses an enthusiastic attitude and the desire to achieve success in everything he does. He's an intelligent, unique leader constantly taking on new challenges while transferring goals and objectives into workable plans.
Petty Officer Sailor is a hard-charging Petty Officer who gets the job done every time regardless of complexity. He exhibits exemplary military bearing and limitless self-motivation.
**Quickly Established As My #1 of 34 Top Notch First Class Petty Officers**
GIFTED, INSPIRING LEADER. Petty Officer ___ has taken charge and produced immediate results.