Enlisted Recognition Program
SNCO of the Quarter
4T0X1/Medical Laboratory Technician
Award Cat: SNCO
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LEADERSHIP AND PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTIES:
- Directed ES command/control for Wg mass casualty exercise; timely ambulance
response mgt lauded by EET
- Picked CCMRF 4N funct mgr; led 25 4Ns prep for nation's lead on-call med team
nxt 4 mon; ready med forces
- Created mon flt recognition pgm; photos displayed; boosted morale for 52 ER
staff; provided 24hr care; 6K pts
- Career-field ldr; trained/instructed 15 EMT candidates; achieved exceptional
100% certification rate; msn rdy
- Led ES to 1st of 24 flts in Third Party Collections; coll $21K from civ
insurance; won $1.2K for morale fund
SIGNIFICANT SELF IMPROVEMENT:
- Compl 4 credits/CSU; pursuing B.S. Dgr in Criminal Justice/also finished
90-day NDU Jt Snr Enlisted PME
- Attended EMEDS 1-wk field trng; selected for 1 of 40 AF wide slots to attend
USCG CPO Acad.; elite trng
BASE AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:
- Co-chaired Wg Ann Awds; recruited volunteers/oversaw 8 sub-committees;
unforgettable night for 350 guests
- Prior MMTI; ALS Class 08-2 tapped his skill sets; taught/demonstrated 16 drill
movements; molded future ldrs
- Active SNCO! "Discipline" instr, NCOPD crs/18 NCOs--plus, led
customs/courtesies blks at 2 FTAC classes
4N: Aerospace Medical Technician
CCMRF: CBRNE Consequence Management Response Force
CSU: Columbia Southern University
EMEDS: Expeditionary Medical Support
EMT: Emergency Medical Technician
MMTI: Master Military Training Instructor
NDU: National Defense University
I am glad to finally see a current award submission. This one is a
great example on how writing has changed recently. As you can see in the
award, abbreviations will fly as long as the people reading can easily
understand what is being expressed. It is a whole new way of writing but
if you try this in your location you might run into problems....
Overall good award package showing excellent leadership capabilities.