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Enlisted Recognition Program (Airman of the Quarter, 3rd)

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LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY: Hand-picked to be a squadron QAE
- Only Airman assigned to ## CS Quality Assurance workcenter; member of 5-person inspection team ensuring
  high quality maintenance production/management practices are used throughout 132-person maintenance unit
- Led 5-person team during joint Exercise Replacement Frequency Modulation Orderwire 2005 (RFMOW)
  -- Employed $4M satellite equipment for successful testing of new Orderwire System for wartime use
- Revamped work center's outdated Resource Protection continuity binder; updated Air Force instructions,
  manuals, and squadron operating instructions to ensure Air Force compliance--program inspection ready
- Assisted set up of new SATCOM training plan; categorized/assigned special identifier codes for all tasks
  -- 100% task coverage of SATCOM core tasks; coded all tasks in accordance with skill level/duty position
  -- Ensured proper tracking of upgrade training phases--personnel are loaded/trained on appropriate tasks
- Drafted step-by-step inspection briefing for QA team to utilize during maintenance personnel evaluations
  -- Provided thorough explanation of evaluation process/expectations for evaluator and inspected member
- Tracked/reviewed ancillary training requirements for Theater Deployable Communications (TDC) personnel
  -- Ensured individuals received training/records updated; TDC personnel 100% qualified--ready to deploy
- Assisted with 16 overdue technical, personnel, and managerial evaluations in support of the communications
  standardization and evaluation program (CSEP); building the bridge to get the QA team UCI ready in 90 days
- Assisted the transfer of ## CS technical order (TO) program; over 1,000 TOs are 100% accounted for/updated
  -- Received/loaded 45 TCTOs into Automated Technical Order Management System with minimal training
- Provides input for the squadron's Monthly Maintenance Plan; plan highlights maintenance deficiency/trend
  analysis, guidance, and governing directives to flight leadership and ## CS Commander; problem areas visible
- Personally inventoried 11 TDC tool kits/supply items/tools; 100% accuracy for equipment worth over $50K

SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT: Epitomizes the "whole-person" concept
- Completed AF Technical Order CBT in 2 days; well exceeded 90-day allotted timeframe--superb initiative
- Awarded 3 semester hours through CLEP examination for Principles of Supervision; one class left to CCAF
- Enrolled in Speech, Trigonometry and Physics--50% complete towards Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering
- Self-taught on most work center training tasks for career field cross-utilization--will evaluate several AFSCs

BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: Air Force ambassador in squadron, base, and local community
- Key player for ## CS intramural golf team--promoted camaraderie and esprit de corps throughout the unit
- Helped raise over $1500 during three golf tournament fundraiser; supported AFSA/Chief's Group initiatives
- Committee member for <SQU> Operations Flight summer BBQ; volunteered to set-up, cook and tear-down
- Donated food/clothing for relief efforts to aide squadron members for over 40 Hurricane Katrina evacuees
- Set-up computer local area network for <NAME> Elementary classroom; 23 students are now linked to the world
- Assisted with SQ Spouses Group "Burrito Sale" fundraiser--raised over $200 for SQ Fall Festival Committee





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Not a bad package.  There is a lot of good information with good impact.  There are a couple of minor Acronym Errors, remember if you use note an acronym use it otherwise it is just filler. Second, if you use tag lines in the catagories, make sure it fits.  Epitomizes the "whole-person" concept under Significant Self-Improvement is good, but the bullets do not support the comment... 


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