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THE MAJOR GENERAL EUGENE A. LUPIA AWARD

Award Cat: MILITARY TECHNICIAN
Winner: ???









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JOB PERFORMANCE: Sets the lead for others to follow outstanding results always speak for themselves!
- Led 18 military/1 civilian employee--completed 1365 maintenance actions/240 direct scheduled word orders
- Managed the installation, inspection, operation, and maintenance of 58 diesel-driven generators, 14 fire deluge
  pumps, electrical distribution switchgear and ancillary equipment valued at $5M supporting HQ ##AF/## BW
- Led emergency overhaul of phase dock hangar fire deluge pump--replaced/adjusted faulty engine components
  -- Restored 100% fire protection coverage of 104,700 square feet industrial hangar and $296 million in aircraft
- Directed installation of 200KW generator--provided 120 hr prime power to aircraft maintenance accessories
  flight--enabled crews to complete two on-time B-52 12 day PMI phase inspections with zero missed sorties
- Upgraded standby power system for 2 LRS data network--processed $675M in line items without interruption
- Finished annual validations at 65 generator sites--certified back-up power realiability for critical C2 facilities

MANAGEMENT ABILITY: Proven professional, cutting-edge leader with subordinates best interest at hand
- Implemented 5-yr plan to upgrade $750K generation equipment of 20 critical facilities--completed 7 in 1 year
- Received 2005 Nuclear Surety Inspection "Excellent" facilities rating/superior performance team recognition
- Incomparable mentor! 3 BTZ promotions, 5 AMN-NCO squadron quarterly, 1 group and 1 NCO annual award
- Managed POL generator install--pumped 109M gallons of fuel and generated over 2900 sorties without delay
- Extensively researched stringent EPA guidelines--implemented antifreeze recycling--saved $15K annually
- Directed arresting barrier support for Air Warrior/Air Adversary exercises for 50K DoD/multinational forces
- Completed SNCO Course-12 in 11 weeks--a phenomenal 41 weeks ahead of schedule--4X faster then required

TECHNICAL COMPETENCE: Relentless pursuit of professional and personal improvement--well above peers
- Wing power production subject matter expert--re-wrote 12 pgs of “Base-X” exercise and contingency op plan
- EET member 500 person Major Accident Response Exercise--validated 05 Air Show emergency procedures
- Completed aircraft arresting system instructor course--developed local training plan--certified 70 firefighters
- Led Silver Flag team--molded 35-man electric element--certified IED/convoy joint-ops task force requirement
- Kept abreast of tech guidelines--completed 40 hour National Electric Code seminar for 2005 code revisions
- Team chief for 20 man "just in time" training at Dobbins AFB--guided 8 personnel to complete CDC core tasks

INITIATIVE: Unparalleled self-starter, continuously strives for new improvements and to be the very best
- Developed and managed Wing's First Time Supervisor Course--skillfully mentored over 480 future AF leaders
  -- Enhanced new leaders with supervisory/management skills and improved wing EPR and decoration quality
- Developed RWP sector charts--streamlined maintenance actions--extended equipment life, production up 50%
- Revised 104 pages emergency power system operation instructions--trained 200 troops on starting procedures
- Lead electrical planner for Combined Air and Space Operations Center--identified $98K generation upgrades
- Self motivated--completed six credits through DANTES testing and two prerequisites for masters in business
- Completed Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology--made prestigious Dean’s Honors list 4 times
- Organized 20 volunteers for “Paint Your Heart Out” local program-- enhanced quality of life for local seniors
- Devoted--completed American Heart External Defibrillators course--only certified operations flight instructor
- Involved--Team-56 officer, First 4 liaison, AOM evaluator, Red Cross, Airman's attic/Youth center volunteer

RESOURCEFULNESS: Unsurpassed energy and drive--loyalty and dedication to improve well above reproach
- Fought for $180K to purchase/install generators at six command facilities--guaranteed reliable/update systems
- Acquired $21K from ACC for cable support loader--reduced disc loading time, manpower/improved safety
- Won Top Superior Performer/Best Maintain Award for adopt-a-plane program restoration of B-58 rocket sled
- Always seeking self improvement--completed 136 hr phase I Microsoft Certified System Administrator Course
- Assisted two national guard bases in Arkansas/Texas to adopt first time supervisory course--enhanced training
- Fiercely devoted--raised and distributed 600 lbs of food to needy from the annual US Postal service food drive
- Manages/maintains/updates Team-56 web page--link keeping E-5/E-6’s abreast on upcoming events/training
- Solicited/donated 35 bags of clothes and toys to Airman’s attic--items will help lower ranking families in need

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First off, this is the first time i have ever seen a Major General Eugene A. Lupia award.  So without a solid background on it, i only looked at the structure of the bullets and readability. Overall, this package is very good.  Only a couple of numbering issues and one spelling error.  Definitely something to look at for anyone working on a Major General Eugene A. Lupia award.


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