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- #1 out of 39 SSgts in unit per ##CBCS/CC! Squadron NCO and Comm-Electronics Maintainer of the Quarter
- Deployed to ## AEG, Gulfport MS for Hurricane Katrina--11K tons supplies delivered/5.8K people rescued
- Setup morale tent in Gulfport, MS...installed 12 DSN lines--provided comms to 500 troops in 14 organizations
- Extended data/voice svcs to Gulfport tent city via joint effort w/###th ACS ANG--supported 1000+ personnel
- Key player in pallet preparation for Hurricane Rita...11 pallets air mobile in 7 hours--unit UTC's 100% ready
- Excelled as shift supervisor during mobility exercise--work center received "Outstanding" rating for activation
  -- Programmed three remote links/40 local voice circuits--100% activation with services extended in 36 hours
- Installed Voice over IP hotline with ANG...unit's first use during real world mission--used to close six outages
- Created 26 historical records for all voice equipment--ensured accurate status reporting for $2.2M TDC suite
- Supervised preparation efforts for Exercise BRIGHT STAR...processed 11 pallets--100% air mobility ready
- Supervised team clearing warehouse of surplus equipment and furniture--returned 15 tons back to AF inventory
- Led acceptance checks on upgraded switches...identified/repaired 20 program faults--100% deployment ready
- Palletized 180 tons of equipment for field exercise--resulted in zero frustrations and zero wait time for airlift
- Trained five work center personnel on construction of tactical connectors...reduced TDC set-up by three hours
- Inventoried and turned in six telephone support kits to TDC depot--returned $20K in resources to AF inventory
- Directed pack up/turn in of $950K+ worth of obsolete comm equipment--reconstituted assets to group supply
- Directed 20 personnel palletizing 13 increments/35K lbs of equipment--five UTC's 100% complete in 12 hours

- Completed 8 pre-deployment inspections for Exercise BRIGHT STAR--equip 100% ready in 1/3 allotted time
- Organized $8M worth of TDC equipment in warehouse by UTC/increment--slashed pallet build-up time 40%
- Led organization/inventory of 17K items in storage cage--recognized as "Best practice" during UCE inspection
- Performed testing on Large Voice Module/new upgraded switches--channeled incompatibilities to management
- Consolidated 8 BAM manuals into one step-by-step guide--10 training hours saved in task research per trainee
- Successfully installed new software for eight tactical switches--increased troubleshooting proficiency by 30%
- Pivitol to TDC reconstitution...led 10 acceptance inspections--ensured 100% accounting of $2.2M voice suite
- Committed 12 hours in palletizing $1M of tactical voice equipment--two days ahead of standard response time
- Expertly constructed and tested 20k ft of tactical fiber--set up time reduced by 6 hours during training exercise
- Preconfigured eight BAMs with basic operating instructions--reduced set up time 4 hours during local exercise
- Zero write-ups as primary building custodian--recognized as "Outstanding Performer" by UCE inspection team

- Key observer for Exercise UNITED ARCHITECTURE--gathered lessons learned for future US/UK exercises
- Accomplished five computer related CBTs in 1 month--used knowledge gained to train 6 personnel on 61 tasks
- Developed TDC training area...mirrored deployed environment--51 personnel received training on equipment
- Excelled in knowledge! Trained personnel on optical test equipment--repaired 10k ft of cable for unit exercise
- Provided Basic Access Module training for six ANG members--prepared personnel for deployment into AOR
- Completed in-depth Corrosion Control training--used skills to perform nine pre-deployment equip inspections
- Trained three shop personnel on tactical switch setup and administration--boosted wartime task coverage 10%

- Volunteered at Katrina relief center...sorted clothes/childrens items and helped build over 1300 care packages
  -- Tirelessly distributed several tons of food, water and supplies--served over 2,000 cars/7,000 people daily
- Led unit formation at Group Picnic--superb support to honorary Squadron Commanders appointment ceremony
- Initiated rigorous flight PT program...50K push-ups, 20K sit-ups, 400 miles ran--scored "Excellent" on PT test
- Dedicated 6 hours to # CCG Meals on Wheels program--delivered meals to over 40 low income homes locally
- Voluntered for setup/clean-up during base Summer Bash--boosted morale of 2000+ civilian/military personel


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