Comm-Electronics Maintainer of the Quarter (4th)
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.
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- Deployed to Gulfport MS for Hurricane Katrina--partnered w/ANG to extend voice
services 1000+ personnel
-- Setup Cyber Cafe...installed voice switch/12 DSN lines--serviced 14
units/boosted morale for 500+ troops
- Installed Voice over IP hotline w/ANG...unit's first real-world mission
use--quickly closed six comm outages
- Supervised pallet buildup for Hurricane Rita...11 pallets reconfigured for
C-17 in 7 hours--UTCs 100% ready
- Led Voice committee to develop new shop MTPs--standardized 2E2/2E6 training
across 4 mission squadrons
- Key player in Ground Mobile Terminal test...programmed BAM--tested/validated
vendor satellite capabilities
- Managed LOGMOD for Pakistan Earthquake palletization...error-free
documentation--UTC quickly deployed
- Lead voice trainer during 3-level field exercise...managed distant-end
site--trained five personnel on 120 tasks
DUTY RELATED SELF IMPROVEMENT:
- Completed Frequency and Records Management CBTs...100% SORTS qualified for
Ancillary Training items
- Attended Avaya switch training--gained knowledge to train troops/deploy 5CCG's
newest tactical voice switch
- Trained on Radio Frequency Module system--prepared to extend comm svcs to
geographically separated sites
- Successfully completed four CLEP tests--eight credit hours away from a CCAF
degree in Electronic Systems
Simple and straight forward.
Page Added on: 28 March 2006