Award Examples | AFMentor | AFWriting | Bookmark | Comment | Mail Page | Search



Key
Spelling Errors
Number Errors
Grammar Errors
Acronym Error
Structure Errors



Award Examples

Enlisted Recognition Program
Airman of the Quarter
2E152/Airfield Systems Technician

Award Cat: AMN
Winner: SQUADRON









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.

The following Airman of the Quarter example has been taken out of a IMT document.  I did not change mission information, only names to protect myself and the people I have received the information from.  If you have anything you would like to submit, please do so.  If you have found this information useful, please let me know. Everyone of these letters has taken considerable amount of time to put together.  Please treat yourself to something special from one of the ads on the page.  We will both get something out of it.  (All money gathered pays for hosting fees and domain fees.  HONESTLY, when I see money come in it also prompts me to work harder on the site.)

Installs, removes, inspects and performs troubleshooting and repair on digital voice recorders and keying and signaling devices for point-to-point, ground-to-air communications and public address systems in support of HQ USAFE, Air Combat Command and Air Mobility Command's deployed forces. Responsible for accurate documentation of maintenance actions. Oversees work on 400 land mobile radio (LMR) assets and two consoles worth $700K. Advises deployed units on ATCALS and LMR equipment capabilities and outfits contingency buildings with appropriate communication assets. ADDITIONAL DUTIES: Base Personal Wireless Communications System Manager, Tool Monitor, ESD Monitor, Training Monitor, Section Safety Monitor, Vehicles Monitor, Frequency Manager

LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTIES:
- Showcased function test on 12 ATC radios during ATSEP--paramount in work center receiving an "Excellent"
- Base security augmentee; inspected 110+ vehicles entering base during high-threat posture--enhanced security
- Proactively provides monthly safety brief; ensured personnel are informed of variety of hazards--zero mishaps
- Installed tactical radio in CC vehicle--ensured emergency communications between CC and inbound aircraft
- Trained four ATCALS personnel on 36 radio tasks; provided 100% task coverage--cleared ATSEP findings
- Stewards top-notch safety program; directly contributed to work center receiving "Excellent" rating during UCI
- Lead technician for ATCALS during RIAT; configured ATC ground-air comm--100% uptime for 500+ aircraft
- Orchestrated PA support for three CoC ceremonies, POW/MIA ceremony and the 911 remembrance memorial

SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT:
- Enrolled in philosophy to gain credit towards degree--four credits away from CCAF associates degree
- Coordinated PT session as a PTL for the squadron, "can do attitude " helped push personnel to stay fit to fight

BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:
- Prepared/cooked for monthly base chapel family dinner; fed fifty base personnel--promoted Esprit de Corp
- Appointed as secretary for the base advisory council--disseminated meeting minutes/documentation basewide

Acronym List:
ATC - Air Traffic Control
ATSEP - Air Traffic Systems Evaluation Program
PTL- Physical Training Leader
PT- Physical Training
ESD - Electro Static Discharge
UCI - Unit Compliance Inspection
PA- Public Address
CCAF-Community Collage of the Air Force

Note:

Good package.  If you have the ability to add hard numbers (factual) to a bullet do it.  For example:

- Proactively provides monthly safety brief; ensured personnel are informed of variety of hazards--zero mishaps

Having a number of personnel may have helped in this bullet.  Remember board members look for "meat" of a bullet. 


Click here to submit your information.
Send a Comment and/or Suggestion


Page Added on: 13 October 2007

Copyright 2007 AFWriting. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions of Use.
Revised: 10/21/09.