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

Award Cat: SNCO
Winner: Group









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JOB DESCRIPTION:
Transportation manager for the largest regional mail transportation network in the Air Force, serving 405 US European Command (USEUCOM) and 170K Southwest Asia (SWA) customers. Coordinates mail transportation policy and procedures between USEUCOM, Military Postal Service Agency (MPSA), United States Postal Service (USPS), Joint Military Postal Activity-Atlantic, Department of State (DoS), Army and Navy postal agencies, Air Force postal squadrons, and Combatant Commands. Develops and manages a $51M worldwide sea, land, and air mail transportation network to move over 74M pounds of mail annually to 2K postal activities in 91 countries. Develops policy guidance, analyzes transportation network effectiveness, and manages efficient movement of military mail. Determines the most efficient and cost effective transfer/routings, recommends and implements action. Assures regulatory compliance for 49 USAFE postal operating locations.

LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY:
- Squadron lead for UCI prep--tracked >2.5K items/75 checklist/9 locations; completed in astonishing 6 weeks
- Hand-picked by USAFE/A6--augmented UCI team; inspected Moron AB postal operations during ## CSW UCI
- Constructed unit OPSEC, SABC, and Voting Programs--arduously built nonexistent programs from ground up
- Instructed students of USAFE SILVER FLAG and USAFE Postal Course--cultivated 27 experts in postal field
- Revised Postal Training Course--reviewed/edited 4 modules; readied for first USAFE postal course in 4 years
- Provided expertise on revised USAFE mail routing tool--fielded to 192 activities/91 countries in USEUCOM
- Guided movement of msn critical missile components--transferred $1M+ in assets thru mail to/from battlefield
- Developed flight training program--translated knowledge to 300+ clerks; impacted 49 USAFE field locations

SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT:
- Completed SABC Instructor Training--developed unit's first-ever pgm; completed 8 hrs of MS Office CBT
- An improvement opportunist! Avid member of local Toastmasters; skilled narrator for unit pin on ceremony

BASE AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:
- Chairman of KMC Top 3 Outreach Committee--coordinated activities; increased outside awareness of Top 3
- Volunteered 6 hours as AADD CQ--dispatched 20 teams for 59 saves; prevented DUIs--protected the KMC

Acronym list:

AADD Airmen Against Drunk Driving
CBT Computer-Based Training
SABC Self Aid and Buddy Care
SAVs Staff Assistance Visits
UCI Unit Compliance Inspection
USEUCOM United States European Command

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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