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12 Outstanding Airman of the Year

Award Cat: SNCO
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LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTIES:
- Dynamic SNCO that supervised 66 multi-service and multi-national personnel in the pursuit of providing 
  on-demand communications support for exercises and real-world operations throughout Southern Region 
  while assigned as the Senior Enlisted Advisor for the Deployable Communications Module, Mike (DCM-M) 
- Responsible for $2.3 million worth of vehicles, satellite receivers, and the SHAPE exercise pool, 
  supporting all exercises within the Southern Region spanning nearly 4 million square kilometers 
  -- Responsible for submitting and distributing the unit's annual budget worth over $300,000
  -- Often solely responsible for the daily operations of entire unit, including deployed locations
- Hand selected to lead a three person team supported OPERATION DISPLAY DETERRENCE; NATO's
  first ever Article IV operation in Turkey that supported a NATO member under hostile fire from Iraq
  -- Constructed a secure data and voice communications package and deployed 14 hours after notification 
  -- Transported sensitive cryptographic material and communications equipment worth over $120,000
  -- Ensured NATO's Air Component Commander had critical communications options during armed conflict
- Directed communications in support of exercise COOPERATIVE DETERMINATION in Turkey
  -- Ensured network equipment worth over $90,000 was transported securely through customs 
  -- Provided flawless technical support during daytime and nighttime operations to ensure success
- Provided all communications for Exercise KEY LEADER TRAINING, located at Regional Headquarters
  AFSOUTH from 6-24 Aug, supporting the incoming senior leadership of Kosovo Forces (KFOR)
  -- Supervised the installation of 24 classified and unclassified workstations, servers and peripherals
  -- Provided realistic training for all Headquarters personnel prior to their deployment in FYROM
- Led the unit's preparation to support NATO's Quick Response Communications Team providing critical
  communications to the senior leadership of AFSouth anywhere in the Southern Region in less than 48 hours
  -- Took guidance directly from the Assistant Chief of Staff of J3 and initiated unit procedures to support effort
  -- Cleared manning and equipment issues; created on-call personnel plan that ensures 48 hour response time
- Implemented the DCM-M Requirements database that tracks all personnel deployment requirements
  -- Improved readiness of the unit by 80 percent by illuminating previously un-tracked deficiencies 
  -- Used as a standard by higher headquarters and throughout the Southern Region
- Hand selected to administer the transfer of all classified and unclassified communications during the 
  relocation of NATO Headquarters-Tirana from the city of Durres to the capital of Tirana, Albania
  -- Served as the senior member of the J-6 division, representing the Assistant Chief of Staff on all 
     communications issues, ranging from Satellite support, network topology, and installation details
  -- Twice led armed survey teams to dangerous areas of Albania to ensure details of the move were satisfied
  -- Solved long-standing secure communications problem for Senior Military Representative of the country 


SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT:
- Awarded his second Community College of the Air Force degree in Information Systems Technology
- Completed the Network + communications certification course from a local commercial vendor
- Completed 15 credit hours towards a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Science from Touro U.
- Hand selected to lead technical planning for the biggest exercise planned in AFSOUTH history, Exercise
  Allied Action 04 which will demonstrate AFSOUTH's ability to conduct a Deployed Joint Task Force 


BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:
- Developed an "Angels" program that supported spouses of service members TDY to the Balkans and Iraq;
  Purchased and sent a care package for deployed members while ensuring that their spouses were attended to
- Vastly improved unit morale by leading a "Team Building" program, visiting local tourist sites
  -- Organized trips to the top of Mt. Vesuvius, city of Pompeii, and the Royal Palace and Gardens of Caserta
  -- Innovated solution kept cost to a minimum allowing 100 percent participation of member's families


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