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Enlisted Recognition Program
Airman of the Quarter

Award Cat: AMN
Winner: SQU









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JOB DESCRIPTION:
- Assistant NCOIC Reg mail--accepts, handles, and delivers sensitive registered mail items for DoD within UK
- Rewraps damaged and unsealed parcels and envelopes and endorses all mail appropriately
- Monitors mail shipments from military post offices to ensure compliance with USPS & DoD postal regulations
- Verifies mail shipments against documentation and annotates all irregularities
- Loads/unloads trucks & containers for seven military post offices & six geographically separated units
- Prepares manifest for mail and ensures dispatch by most expeditious means
- Accurately places all undated mail routing schemes and charts in dispatch area for all personnel to follow
- Expertly breaks down mail for APOs and Personal Exchange Programs
- ADDITIONAL DUTIES: Physical Training Leader and Physical Assessment Monitor

LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY:
- Took charge of reg mail duties; normally held by NCOs--trained/qualified in 3 wks--Det "Superior Performer"
- Meticulously QC’d 14 mths of reg mail paperwork--identified/corrected all errors--100% flawless during POI
- Superbly processed 259 reg mail pieces for two MOBs--saved >60 hrs transport/ensured 100% accountability
- Hand-picked above peers for IG "Pat on the Back" for outstanding mission contributions during Det's first UCI
- Assisted processing/movement of 5M lbs mail/$12M+ in transport costs--supported 40K UK postal customers
- Dispatched 7K+ lbs mail via UK's commercial mail system for two GSUs--100% accurate and timely delivery
- Masterfully performed Receipt and Dispatch duties--distributed mail error-free to 380 locations world-wide
- Perfectly managed PTL program--led 3x week exercise program--ensured 100% pass rate for all 28 assigned

SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT:
- Devised new weight training program as PTL--individualized workout plans for 15 troops/reduced body fat
- Taught/attended MCA & AMT training classes--increased knowledge/honed skills--100% AEF deployable

BASE AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:
- Team Captain for Wallyball--POC for 2 teams during "Warrior Day" tournament--led team to 1st place win
- Volunteered to collect donations; mailed two care packages for Det ## members deployed to Iraq and Bahrain

Acronym List:
AMT = Aerial Mail Terminal
MCA = Mail Control Activity
MOB = Main Operating Base
POI = Postal Operations Inspection
PTL = Physical Training Leader
Reg = Registered

Note:

I like the way they do the quarterly award packages with the job description added as the lead in and the Acronym List as the closing.  This is great because it allows the panel to know what the person is suppose to be doing and second, it allows the supervisor to modify the job description to accurately reflect duties when it comes EPR time. 


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