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

Award Cat: NCO
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LEADERSHIP/JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY: Outstanding results always speak for themselves
- Selected Operations Flight/## Civil Engineer Squadron NCO of the Quarter for 3d Qtr 05--# 1 of 104 NCO's
- Directed 12 military and 1 civilian employee--completed 1.8K maint actions/224 direct scheduled work orders
- Led FEMA prime power install--18M lbs ice/35M gal water distributed--<BASE> recognized #1 relief hub
- Guided emergency overhaul of phase dock hangar fire pump--replaced and adjusted faulty engine components
-- Restored 100% fire protection coverage of 104,700 square feet industrial hangar and $296 million in aircraft
- Directed installation of 200KW generator--provided 120 hr prime power to aircraft maintenance accessories
  flight--enabled crews to complete two on-time B-52 12 day PMI phase inspections with zero missed sorties
- Revised on-line RWP program--first revision in 4 yrs--131 actions revamped--65 day project done in 14 days
- Aided Civil Engineer Maintenance and Inspection Repair Team with new POL Type III equipment installation
  -- Procured $12.8K in material--installed auto start generator, reduced outage time from 15 minutes to 12 sec
- Expert maintainer--analyzed/changed out faulty water pump on backup generator for base fuels off-load facility
  -- Supported fueling mission of 109M gallons of fuel pumped/2,900+ sorties generated despite power outages
- Planned deployable nuclear planning cell generator support covering 3 ACC bases--new $43M mobile shelter
- Finished annual validations at 65 generator sites--certified back-up power reliability for critical C2 facilities
- Received 2005 Nuclear Surety SAV "Excellent" facilities rating and superior performance team recognition
- Acquired $21K from ACC for cable support loader--reduced disc loading time, manpower/improved safety
- Assisted CEMIRT in $16K BAK-12 engine replacement--technical expertise reduced install time by 4 hours
- Supervised 3 yr rebuild of two $217K BAK-12 deck sheaves--ensured proper tape run-out during arrestments
- Researched and acquired $152K special level barrier parts--ensured emergency replacement parts on-hand
- Led replacement of $4K worn pendant cable/tape connectors--guaranteed aircraft barrier ready for arrestment
- Troubleshot/replaced faulty s. localizer generator engine control card--zero interference to navigation system
- Led Conventional operational readiness exercise three generator crews--finished all scenarios--zero write-ups
- Repaired MEP-7 relay card/burnt wires--ensured back-up for ## MXS Command and Control Operation Center
- Headed barrier crew supporting aircraft operations during 2005 <BASE> air show--enjoyed by 180K visitor
- Installation and provided generator power to three blocks of family housing during eight hr commercial outage

SIGNIFICANT SELF IMPROVEMENT: Relentless pursuit of professional and personal self-improvement
- Completed 8 credit hrs towards CCAF/Bachelor electrical engineering degree from Louisiana Tech University
- Accomplished 4 hrs AF IT E-learning independent study class--broadened leadership/managerial fundamentals
- Attended Shaw AFB AFSC specific training--enhanced readiness skills on contingency deployable equipment
- Devoted recognition programs supporter--squadron Airman of Month board member--produced group winner
- Attended Team-56 wing First Time Supervisory course--improved EPR, decoration, counseling/writing skills
- Accomplished on-line Airman’s Manual test--skill/knowledge obtained ensures safe and effective AF member
- Completed 24 hour Enlisted Professional Development Seminar--enhanced leadership and supervisory skills
- Finished 3 week Army Combat Support Training at Ft McCoy--realistic force combat training in route to Iraq
- Kept abreast of tech guidelines--completed 40 hour National Electric Code seminar for 2005 code revisions

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: Unsurpassed volunteer commitment--fiercely devoted to base and community
- Head escort for community Tops in Blue concert--ushered 300 distinguished military and local city officials
- Battle of the Badges--completed 3-round boxing match--raised over $5K for area Fire and Police departments
- Assisted Team-56 win "Best Maintainer Award" for ##AF adopt-a-plane program--beautified B-58 rocket sled
- Donated clothes/toys to Family Activity Center--solicited items helped displaced Hurricane Katrina victims
- Volunteered for Providence House--assisted moving 70+ hurricane evacuated families into permanent housing
- Fiercely devoted--worked 10 hrs at Extra Mile Warehouse--distributed 4K lbs Hurricane relief supply items
- Unparallel contributor--helped wash cars/devoted free time to commissary bagging for squadron booster club
  -- Raised $500 dollars to help defray cost of squadron Christmas party for lower ranking personnel/families

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