Enlisted Recognition Program (NCO of the Quarter, 3rd)
Award Cat: NCO
Key Points to Writing
- If you haven't already, take
a writing class
- WRITE!!! The more you do it, the better you get.
- Don't be afraid to ask for HELP.
- The only person looking out for either you or your subordinate is YOU!
- Use a spell checker (F7 in Office)
- Remember, writing doesn't have to win to REWARD!
- Use various writing resources like Merriam-Webster Online.
The following example has been taken out of a IMT document. I have changed mission information to protect myself and the
people I have received the information from. I will attempt to give a
little insight to the entire process if I know it.
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LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY
- Skilfully maintained and
operated Allied Information Flow System (AIFS) operation; flawlessly transmitted
480 messages; fixed 54 messages, ensuring time critical live-fire plans
distributed to 5 NATO forces
- Systems Guru! Implemented database to track 474 security badges; decreased
processing time by 23 minutes
- Expertly located/fixed faulty settings crippling base unclassified mail
server; restored 195 users' e-mail access
- Innovator! Authored AIFS daily system verification program; reduced tedious 33
min process to only 15 secs
- Leadership understudy; read two books from CCAF suggested reading list;
improved leadership insight
- Education minded! Completed two college credit hours toward Bachelors;
enhanced professional development
BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
- Vice President elect for the JCSC Junior NCO association; organized two
fund-raisers earning 315 EURO
- Air Force Birthday's entertainment committee officer; produced inspiring
airpower video lauded by attendees
Good package. Two misspelling, totaling and integrating. GOC and
EAC looked to be understood, so... finally, CND stands for the Unified