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Enlisted Recognition Program
Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) of the Quarter

Award Cat: NCO
Winner: Wing









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LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY (8 Lines/ max 40 points)
- Superb! Handpicked to install and configure XAF/CC secure communications--awarded General XXXXX's coin
- Led TAOC network overhaul--replaced 25 switches--improved comm reliability--saved 15+ total man hours
- Resourceful--fabricated cryptographic cables using spare parts--saved the AF over $400 in replacement costs
- Took charge of network system back up--ensured rapid restoration capability--full recovery plan tested/proven
- Identified/revamped faulty network security permissions--GCCS software implemented in AOR--zero defects
- Diagnosed network outage--pivotal to DICE exercise success--fixed cable errors--circuits up in half the time
- Isolated/reconfigured ADSI switch module--acquired critical parts from vendor--saved the Air Force $32,000
- Supported Army BCD--detected/fixed VTC flaw during pre-deployment exercise--validated mission readiness
- Created diagram of VOSIP network wiring--swiftly isolate trouble areas--secure telephone repair time up 30%

TRAINING, EDUCATION AND SELF-IMPROVEMENT EFFORTS:
- Academically minded--amassed 64 credit hours--completed CCAF degree requirements in Electronic Systems
- Completed CDC’s 35% ahead of schedule--scored a remarkable 92% EOC--highly lauded by Squadron CC
- Self taught new software to back-up NOSC server configuration--training decreased server restoral time 50%

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
- Selected XXX flight Airman of the Year, 05--Sq Professional Performer 3 times--rcvd Diamond Sharp Award
- Primary Sq Airman Against Drunk Driving POC--managed numerous volunteers--assured safety base members
- Participated in field day--mentored 250 High Hills Elementary School students on teamwork & sportsmanship

GCCS - Global Command and Control System
TAOC - Training Air Operations Center
DICE - Deployable Independent Comm Element
BCD - Battlefield Coordination Detachment
VOSIP - Voice over Secure Internet Protocol
ADSI - Air Defense System Integrator

Note:

Very Good package. There are only two things to look at in this one.  Instead of General XXXXX, state position.  It makes it a ready bullet for an EPR and others might have a better idea who presented it.  second, list the acronyms in alphabetically.  This makes them easier to decipher.


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