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Enlisted Recognition Program (CGO of the Quarter, 2nd)
(Air Force Reserve)

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LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY: 
- Motivated & dedicated; volunteered for Volk Field ATSO exercise; appointed Comm. CC; definitely a leader!
  -- Responsible for 75 phones, 60 computers & 48 LMRs; serving 600 deployed mbrs in battlefield environment
  -- Instrumental in leading team of 15 active duty & 12 reserves; working 16 hour shifts under stressful conditions
  -- Reviewed/audited deployment; identified 2 areas for improvement; immediately recognized 6 top performers
- Takes charge! Managed unit deployment to McGuire AFB, NJ for mission critical Mobile Comm. Training
  -- No easy task! Coordinated/organized deployment of 29 individuals, 3 different shifts/dates in 2 wk intervals
  -- Combat Ready! Mbrs obtained 80+ hrs of Theater Deployable Comm training; producing certified warriors
- Real world taskings; supervised 4 AFRC AEFs to Moron, Spain; selected/deployed best skilled technicians
  -- Exceptional planning/logistics; directed/oversaw orders/travel/etc for 4 individuals on 15 day deployments
  -- Immediate impact! Upon arrival, engineers quickly troubleshot/resolved 3 major software/connectivity issues
- Team Player! Consistently demonstrates energetic attitude toward advancing other AF unit's goals/objectives
  -- Volunteered off-duty time; aided 403 CF at Kessler AFB; mentored mgmt in implementing eight new policies
- Relationship building! Seized opportunity; educated Active Duty/Foreign dignitaries on importance of USAFR
  -- Worked with 53 WRS Hurricane Hunters; setup aircraft display; briefed mission; escorted visitors on Sq tour
- Honoring AF customs; provided resources to wing ceremonies; ensuring professionally communicated message
  -- Team transported/setup/operated PA system for cmdrs call, farewell dinner, induction & chg of cmd ceremony
- Exploited/increased operational efficiency/cost; immediately took action when vital training was not occurring
  -- Oversaw procurement/installation of classroom assets; 10 used PCs; essential for training; saving unit $5,000
- Ensuring compliance! Actively coordinates/monitors corrective action on all past UCI discrepancies/findings
  -- Accountability; immediately communicates resolution/status/progress made on all items to wing UCI monitor
- Down & dirty! Coordinated clean up of Conex/building; rolled up sleeves; helped troops wash walls/rooms

SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT:
- Devoted to learning! Takes advantage of all training opportunities; excels in career/professional knowledge
  -- Attended/completed 1 week Leadership Symposium; learning state of the art performance management skills
  -- Class leader! Supervised 48 mbrs at Expeditionary Comm Officer Training, KAFB; 5 weeks in-depth studies
  -- Registered for Squadron Officer School; pursuing alternate avenues for funding, due to limited training budget
- Leads by example! 1st unit member to successfully complete 2005's "Fit to Fight" physical fitness examination
  -- Committed to fitness; increased FIT score by 12%; drastic improvement from last yr; even after major surgery

BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:
- Installs computers/networks/software for 3-5 yr olds at Chapel Hill Day Care Facilities; works 2 hours a week
- Cmte mbr for Natl. Assoc. for Educ. of Young Kids; integrating technology into the classroom; 3 hrs per week
- Fit for a cause! Organized troops to participate in not one but three 5k runs for charity; raising $144 per race
  -- St. Paul's festival for war memorial park; Chevron's charity for women's shelter; Golf Coast's beach cleanup
- Volunteered time and donated money for "Relay for Life"; supported American Cancer Society; raised $220
  -- Walked 3 hrs in a 24 hr period; manned <###> ARW booth providing water and assistance to military troops


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