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Enlisted Recognition Program (NCO of the Quarter, 3rd)
(Air Force Reserve)

Award Cat: NCO
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LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY: 
- Outstanding NCO! Dependable, reliable and mission oriented; always goes above and beyond the call of duty
  -- Unselfishly volunteered to work 53 mandays; filling staffing shortage at both ### Job Control & ### CF
- Devoted! Manned ### Job Control for 4 weeks; provided excellent computer support for 960 reservists
  -- Troubleshot & resolved network issue with laptop at Legal Office; providing access to critical documents
  -- Immediately isolated & corrected LAN connectivity problem at PA; allowed, dissemination of information
  -- Improved, optimized, six computers; defraged disk drives; audited/deleted unnecessary files and software
  -- Inventoried 40 pieces of computer equipment located throughout the base; corrected 8 account discrepancies
  -- Installed & configured Symantec Anti-Virus software on three computers; prevented malicious virus attacks
- Reconnaissance mission! Met with ### Combat Communication Squadron, Air National Guard, Badin, NC
  -- In less than 2 days, obtained training docs/software; expedited conversion to new mobile comm. mission
- Planning for the future! Researched/developed FY2006 Computer Networking (2E2) Master Training Plan
  -- Investigated & created technical orders for new mobile comm equip; ensuring items are properly maintained
- Key participant in 4 additional duties; always roles-up his sleeves ensuring unit's functional and combat ready
  -- Primary Weapons & Ammo Custodian; religiously inspects/inventories 30 M-16s & 2 9MM every 6 months
  -- Equipment Custodian; accountable for all ### CF assets; labeled and inventoried 100+ pieces of equipment
     --- Prepared 15 pieces of equipment for deployment; inspected equipment; researched and filled out forms
- Team player! Removed 18 items from Maintenance Hanger room; enabled CE to paint walls and install carpet
  -- With little notice; relocated 12 workstations, 3 large servers, and 3 routers from computer training room
- Helped prepare for up-coming UTAs; assisted in administrative taskings; coordinated & setup equip/training
  -- Optimized productivity! Requisitioned/transported large nine-drawer cabinet; consolidated office supplies
- Promotes/endorses fitness! Participates in units Physical Fitness program; gives 110%; definite team player!

SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT:
- Seizes educational opportunities! Consistently strives to increase career field and professional knowledge
  -- Holds two bachelors of science degrees; Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineer from NCSU
  -- Enrolled/attending Central Michigan University at SJAFB; pursuing a Masters in Information Management
  -- Attended 2 week Basic Access Module (BAM) Communication Training by ### CS; prepared for new mission
- Service before self! Diligently instructs/mentors airman in Computer-Networking career field (2E2) on UTAs
  -- Plans/customizes on-job-training; develops, creates written & hands-on exams, ensuring knowledge transfer

BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:
- Donated $120 worth of clothing and furniture to Raleigh Salvation Army; helped Hurricane Katrina victims
- Extremely active in neighborhood; always provides helping hand, knowledge and advice to everyone & anyone
  -- Helps friends and neighbors maintain their vehicles; rotate tires, change oil, and tune-ups; saving them money
  -- Actively assists in troubleshooting/fixing computers, printers & networking issues; linking them to the world
- Regularly uses and promotes AF establishment (Auto Hobby Shop, Golf Course, Gym, BX, Commissary, etc.)
  -- Mechanically inclined; coached individuals at Auto Hobbie Shop; demonstrated how to use equipment safely

Note:

  Good package.  Two misspelling, manhours should be hyphenated and hobby ends with a "y"


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