COMPLETE Navy Eval Writing Guide

The DODReads Navy Eval Writing Guide contains your one-stop-shop for writing your Navy Eval or FITREP. See our table of contents for the Official Eval Instruction, Example Bullets, Opening/closing lines, Calendar, and more. If there is something you want to see in this Navy Eval Writing guide that is not here drop us a line here or leave us feedback below. ⬇️⬇️⬇️


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Navy Eval Writing Guide Table of Contents

Navy Eval References and Resources

Below are the references, calendar, resources, and official instructions you need to get started writing your Navy Evaluation. If there is something you need that is not here, drop us a line below.



Navy Eval Instruction (BUPERS 1610.10E) (1300)

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Navy Evaluation Brag Sheet

Brag sheets for Navy Evaluations are not “doctrinally mandated” what this means is that there is no official instruction or process to put together your Navy Bragsheet. Therefore each command may have a slightly different process / template / procedures for sailors putting together their Brag sheet for an upcoming Evaluation. Below is just one example for download; but before submitting this to your Chief please verify this is the proper bragsheet template.

In the event you are unable to download NAVFIT 98 for your E1-E6 Navy Evaluation the below Navy Eval PDF form can be used.

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Navy Eval Writing Calendar (170)

Download the Navy Eval Planning Calendar. Contains the due dates for EVALS/FITREPS Active and reserve. Print it out, stick it on your board and never write your Navy Eval late again.

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Download NAVFIT 98

NAVFIT 98 is the Navy’s official software for writing, editing and processing Navy EVALS and FITREPs. The software can be downloaded directly from the Naval Personnel Command’s webpage –> https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/performanceevaluation/Pages/SoftwareForms.aspx


Navy Evaluation Books for Purchase

While not absolutely necessary for writing a Navy FITREP or Evaluation, below are a few books to consider for your professional Naval leader’s bookshelf. May I suggest that if you are considering one of these books you first review some of the free material online at NavyFitrep.com, NavyWriter.com, and of course this Navy Eval Writing Guide prior to purchasing.

The Sailor’s Guide to Appeals, Corrections, Complaints and Statements for Navy Records (PDF)

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Navy Evaluation Example Bullets and Statements

Here we get down to the “brass tacks” of writing you Navy Evaluation. If you are pressed for time start with our famous 2-minute evaluation and see how that looks. Below is also a list of hard hitting verbs, adjectives and recommended bullets for using in your eval.

The Famous 2 Minute Evaluation

Have your Evaluation complete in three Easy Steps

  1. Copy this text to a word document
  2. Replace <<CONTENT>> with the actual information
  3. In two minutes you will have a darn good EVAL

#1 OF # PETTY OFFICERS IN A COMPETITIVE 1/C MESS, SELECT NOW FOR <<RANK>>

<<YOUR NAME>> is a trusted and valued member of my <<YOUR PEER GROUP>>. Whether attending to a planning effort, addressing administrative concerns, or executing <<YOUR COMMUNITY>> operations, he exercises sound judgment, takes definitive action, and delivers top-notch results

TRUSTED ADVISOR: Over the last, <<TIME AT YOUR COMMAND>> <<YOUR NAME>> has been my trusted advisor. He has provided expert recommendations on both mundane and critical command level decision. He provides expert strategic level guidance and has earned my complete confidence in his judgment. Expertly led his <<UNIT YOU LEAD>> through the planning and execution of <<LAST EXERCISE / DEPLOYMENT>>.

RESPECTED MENTOR: Responsible for the mentorship, professional development, career advice and guidance for my <<DIVISION/DEPARTMENT/COMMAND YOU ARE OVER>>. <<YOUR NAME>> led formal and informal training in order to further develop these Navy Leaders into future Department Heads, Commanding Officers and Command Master Chiefs.

LEADS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT: <<YOUR NAME>> took the lead in improving processes for numerous command operations to include <<YOUR TOP 2-3 COLLATERAL DUTIES>>. His work is flawless, and I have complete trust in <<HIS/HER>> management over these complex programs.

COMMUNITY EXPERT. Consistently contributes expertise of <<YOUR COMMUNITY>> doctrine and training. Adept in “big picture” planning, yet capable of diving into the details. His rapid synthesis of tactical and operational information has been the cornerstone of his commands success. <<YOUR NAME>> is quickly growing into the <<YOUR COMMUNITIES>> LEADING SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT.

OUTSTANDING LEADER: <<YOUR NAME>> is a true operational leader. I handpicked him to lead my very challenging <<UNIT YOU LEAD>> which <<HE/SHE>> has done with flawless results. Most impressive was how <<HE/SHE>> turned around <<CHALLENGING PROGRAM>> from failing status to outstanding.

BRILLIANT TACTICIAN: My lead <<WATCH STATION>> watchstander onboard <<YOUR UNIT>>. <<your name>> effectively leads <<HIS / HER>> peers and juniors alike for tactical guidance. Most notably <<HE / SHE>> was looked to for expertise and guidance during the challenging <<LAST CHALLENGING TACTICAL EVOLUTION>>

OUTSTANDING PETTY OFFICER SELECT NOW FOR <<NEXT ADMIN BOARD/CHIEF >>

325 Verbs for EVAL Writing

Looking for just the right verb to describe a sailors performance? Below are are 325 verbs to help you with the process. As a quick reminder from Grammer School, Verbs describe an action, state, or occurrence.

accelerate; accept; acquaint; absorb; adapt; add; acquire; act; administer; admire; adhere; adjust; affect; afford; adopt; advance; aim; align; aggravate; aid; analyze; annex; alleviate; allow; approach; approve; applies; appreciate; assert; arouse; arrange; aspire; associate; assess; assimilate; assist; attract; assume; attach; attain; benefit; augment; avert; benefit; charge; carry; challenge; change; combine; cherish; choose; cite; compel; commemorate; command; commend; comprise; complete; compose; constitute; compile; consolidate; conceive; conduct; continue; contribute; construct; contain; coordinate; control; convert; convey; decrease; convoke; correct ; correlate; deliver ; dedicate; delegate; deliberate ;deserve; demonstrate; depict; demand; determine; detract; design; deter ; devote; dictate; develop; devise; discern; discharge; diminish; direct; discover; dispatch; disclose; discontinue ;distinguish; distribute; diversify; displaying; earn; edit; dominate; drive; efface; effect; educate ; educe; elicit; eliminate ; elate; elevate; embody; embark; embellish; emanate; employ; emerge; enact; embrace; emulate; enable; endeavor; empower; encourage; encroach; encounter; enforce; engage; energize; enlighten; enumerate ;excel; enlarge; exalt; exert; establish; evoke; expend; execute; exemplify; exercise; fabricate; exhaust; exhibit; expedite ; finish; experience; expose; express; foster; facilitate; fashion; figure; father; formulate; form; heighten; forge; gain; furnish ; further ; impel; generate; gratify ; handle; impose; illustrate; imbue; impart ; improvise; implant; impede; import; inject; improve; implement; instill; impress ; infuse ;initiate; insure ; inform; instigate; inspire; install ; invigorate; institute ; instruct; instrumental; magnify; intensify; introduce; instruct; materialize; invoke; issue; justify; modernize; manage; manifest; mark; originate; merge; mitigate; met; operate; motivate; obtain; overwhelm; perform; outweigh; overcome; perfect; persuade; penetrate ;perceive; persist; place; permit ;persevere; please; possess; phrase; prepare ; pertain; preclude; present ;preserve; promote ;propel ; progress; project ;prove; provide; propose; prosper ;qualify; quicken; push; rally; reach ; radiate; raise; receive; reclaim ; realize ; rebuild ;reconcile; recondition; recognize; recommend; reinforce; reestablish; rectify; reduce; reflect; reform; refashion; refine; regard; regenerate; refresh; regain ;release; render; regularize; rehabilitate ; reorganize; replace; renew; renovate; restore ; result; represent; resolve ;revise; revive; resume; reverberate; rotate; rouse; revolutionize ; reward; secure; seize; satisfy; season; serve; share; select; show; signify; solicit; shoulder; spread; stabilize; steer; specialize; strengthen; succeed; support; stimulate; surpass; survey; symbolize; surge; undergo ;undertook; unravel; urge; utilize; withstand; unite


122 Adjectives for Eval Writing

Looking for some adjectives for your FITREP or Evaluation?  Below are 122 Adjectives to help you with the process. As a quick reminder from Grammer school, Adjectives are words that describe, identify and further define nouns and pronouns.

ABLE: capable, efficient, competent, skillful, clever, gifted, proficient
ACCOMPLISHED: cultivated, learned, skillful, proficient, finished
ACUTE: sagacious, astute, shrewd, discerning, keen, sharp
ADMIRABLE: excellent, commendable, estimable, praiseworthy
AFFABLE: amiable, gracious, friendly, sociable, approachable
AGGRESSIVE: energetic
AMBITIOUS: aspiring, zealous, desirous
ARDENT: zealous, enterprising, eager
ARTFUL: crafty, designing, shrewd, dexterous, skillful, adroit
ASSURED; self-possessed, confident
ASTUTE; shrewd, quick, bright acute
BRILLIANT: distinguished, illustrious, clever, sparkling, keen
CALM: impassive, placid, serene, cool-headed, composed, unruffled
CAPABLE: proficient, competent, qualified, able
COMMENDABLE. praiseworthy
COMPETENT: qualified, able, fit, efficient, capable
COMPLEX: intricate, involved, complicated
CONFIDENT: certain, sure, positive, assured, self-sufficient
CONFORMABLE: adaptable, compliant, agreeable
CONSCIENTIOUS: scrupulous, exact, painstaking
CONSTANT: continual, steadfast, staunch, loyal, unchangeable
COUNTLESS: numberless, innumerable, incalculable, illimitable
COUPLED WITH: in addition to
CUNNING: crafty, artful, dexterous
DAUNTLESS: undaunted, brave, fearless, courageous
DETERMINED: resolute, resolved, decided, firm, indomitable
DEVOTED: ardent, eager, loyal, faithful
DEXTEROUS: adroit, clever, expert, proficient, handy
DIFFERENT: various, incongruous, diversified, varied
DIRECT: straight, undeviating, unswerving, straightforward
DISCERNING: discriminating, clever, keen, subtle
DISTINCT: separate, explicit, definite, clear, distinguishable
DISTINCTIVE: distinguishing, characteristic, peculiar
DISTINGUISHED: celebrated, famous, illustrious, renowned, noted
EAGER: ardent, zealous, fervent, earnest, intent
EFFECTIVE: adequate, telling, effectual, efficient, capable, operative
EFFICIENT: effective, operative, capable, competent
ENERGETIC: strong, forcible, enterprising, active, strenuous, forceful
EQUIVALENT: correspondent, tantamount, equal, convertible, synonymous
ESSENTIAL: vital, requisite, necessary, inherent, basic, substantial
EVIDENT: clear, obvious, manifest, apparent, indubitable, distinct
EXCEPTIONAL: extraordinary, uncommon, rare, unusual, superior
EXHAUSTIVE: comprehensive, all-inclusive, thorough
EXPERIENCED: capable, efficient, trained, qualified, skilled
EXPERT: skilled, adroit, proficient, dexterous, finished
EXTRAORDINARY: remarkable, eminent, rare, uncommon, unusual
EXTREME: utmost, ultra, advanced, radical
EXULTANT: jubilant, elated, triumphant, pleased, satisfied
FABULOUS: extravagant, incredible, ethical, legendary
FACILE: feasible, practicable, within reach, accessible, dexterous, skillful
FAITHFUL: constant, true, loyal, staunch, trustworthy, reliable
FASTIDIOUS: particular, precise, meticulous, exacting, discerning, keen
FAVORABLE: auspicious, advantageous, propitious, helpful, beneficial
FERVENT: ardent, vehement, impassioned, intense, fiery
FINAL: crowning, conclusive, ultimate, last, farthest
FINE: exquisite, elegant, polished, finished, acute, nice, fastidious, excellent,
FINISHED: consummate, faultless, skilled, experienced
FIRM: rigid, fast, secure, determined, resolved, steadfast, staunch
FORCEFUL: effective, telling, graphic, vivid
ILLUSTRIOUS: famous, distinguished, eminent, renowned
IMPLANTED: inset, infused, instilled
IMPORTANT: material, notable, marked, outstanding, remarkable, noteworthy,
INCESSANT: continual, uninterrupted, unceasing
INDICATIVE: significant, characteristic, representative, expressive
INDUSTRIOUS: assiduous, diligent, busy, hardworking
INEXHAUSTIBLE: unfailing, unlimited
INFALLIBLE: unfailing, reliable, indubitable, certain, sure
INFECTIOUS: catching
INFINITE: countless, innumerable, boundless, unbounded, immeasurable
INFLEXIBLE: firm, stiff, unyielding, grim, stern
INGENIOUS: resourceful, inventive, clever, adroit
INHERENT: intrinsic, innate, inseparable, essential
INTENSE: extreme, profound, acute, keen, concentrated, ardent
INVALUABLE: priceless, precious
INVARIABLE: regular, constant, unchangeable
INVINCIBLE: unyielding, uncompromising, unconquerable, indomitable
KEEN: eager, ardent, acute, discerning, shrewd, quick
MANIFEST: apparent, evident, conspicuous, striking, prominent, notable
MARKED: conspicuous, prominent, noticeable
MATCHLESS: unequaled, supreme, peerless
MEMORABLE: notable, remarkable
NOTEWORTHY: remarkable, exceptional, extraordinary
OUTSTANDING: eminent, prominent, signal
PAINSTAKING: diligent, careful, particular
PARAMOUNT: supreme, chief, dominant
PEERLESS: Unrivaled, matchless, supreme, unequaled
PENETRATIVE: acute, discerning, astute
PERCEPTIBLE: perceivable, cognizable, discernible, visible
PERCEPTIVE: knowing, percipient, cognitive
PERFECT: faultless, immaculate, impeccable, flawless, inimitable,
PERSISTENT: persevering, unfailing
PERSPICUOUS: clear, lucid, explicit, exact distinct intelligible, manifest
PERTINACIOUS: persistent, firm, constant, resolute, unyielding
PLACID: calm, peaceful, gentle, serene, unruffled, undisturbed
PLEASURABLE: gratifying, pleasing, delightful, agreeable
POSITIVE: emphatic, inescapable, certain, absolute
POSSESSING: possessed of, master of, in possession of, endowed,
PRECISE: prim, rigid, unbending, exact, definite, punctilious
PREDOMINANT: ruling, controlling, supreme
PREEMINENT: distinguished, renowned, foremost, paramount, superior,
PRESSING: urgent, persistent, critical, exacting
PRODIGIOUS: huge, vast, immense, enormous, portentous, astonishing,
PROFICIENT: expert, adept, masterly, dexterous, adroit, skillful
PROMINENT: marked, salient, important, distinguished, influential
REMARKABLE: distinguished, noteworthy, memorable, rare
RESOLUTE: determined, unflinching, firm, steadfast, tenacious, indomitable,
SEDULOUS: diligent, persevering, untiring, assiduous
STEADFAST: constant, steady, persevering, firm, loyal
STERN: grim, unyielding, resolute
STIMULATING: inspiring, keen, spirited
STRENUOUS: active, energetic, ardent, zealous, resolute, persevering,
TACTFUL: diplomatic, conciliatory
TENACIOUS: persistent, persevering, unyielding, unwavering
UNBOUNDED: boundless, unlimited, endless
UNEQUALED: unmatched, unparalleled, incomparable, inimitable, unique
UNEXCITABLE: stoical, calm, cool-headed, unruffled
UNIQUE: unparalleled, unequaled, unsurpassed, unusual, rare, unprecedented
UNPARALLELED: peerless, unrivaled, inimitable, unique
VAST: immense, enormous, great, infinite, boundless
VERSATILE: many-sided
ZEALOUS: earnest, ardent, eager


Navy Eval Opening / Closing Statements

The top and bottom lines are the most important lines in the eval. No matter how well the rest of the Navy Eval is written it is the top and bottom bullets that really hold the weight. As an XO of four different commands, I put the most focus on making sure the top and bottom lines clearly conveyed to the board my thoughts on the officer. I’ve heard it many times said that the top and bottom lines are written to the board, while the middle lines of your Eval are written to the service member.

Generally, I would write the top bullet to the statutory (promotion) board and the bottom bullet to the administrative board. This allowed me to provide my recommendation with regard to an sailors promotion and whether that sailor ready for Chief or the next career milestone.

For example, a high performing First Class would receive top/bottom bullets such as:

*** ONE OF SIX DEPARTMENT LPOs ACROSS ALL DESIGNATORS! MUST SELECT NOW FOR CHIEF ***
*** BM1 SMITH IS ALREADY PERFORMING AT THE CPO LEVEL! SELECT ON FIRST LOOK FOR CHIEF !! ***

One performing at a lower level would receive (note the lack of a breakout)
*** RECOMMENDED FOR E-7 ***
*** RECOMMENDED FOR PROMOTION ***

While a sailor not yet ready would receive:
*** HARD CHARGING AND OUTSTANDING PETTY OFFICER***
*** PROGRESSING NICELY ON HIS WAY TO PROMOTION***

While an petty officer with problems would probably not even receive a top or bottom bullet.



Navy Eval Bullets (1300)

    • Expert Leader. Led six sailors in the completion of 12 Acceptance/Transfer inspections, managing 4,290 life-limited components, 300 logbook entries, replacement of 250 hard-cards, and transmission of 82 XRAYS/ETRs resulting in 13,933 mishap free flight hours.
    • Detail Oriented. Revamped Support Equipment Planned Maintenance Systems Program, correcting 90 discrepancies, 344 scheduled inspections, 150 NAT 02 verifications, while accurately managing 150 OPNAV 4790/51 records, ensuring increased readiness and availability of P-3C and P-8A support equipment. Her perseverance resulted in the maintenance department receiving a grade of 85 percent during the 2019 CNAF Aviation Maintenance Inspection.
    • Dedicated and Involved. As Divisional Career Counselor, coordinated 12 career development boards, three re-enlistments and five CWAY packages resulting in 95 percent retention rate within the division. Additionally, chaired two Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS) boards resulting in seven sailors receiving their EAWS qualifications.
    • Involved and Devoted. Assisted in training seven VP-47 and VP-9 sailors in electronic build, management, and flight data processing procedures, easing administrative burden involved in their transition to the P-8A platform. 
    • Outstanding Schedules Clerk. Routinely manages over 380 staff Naval Aviators and 470 CAT 1 students, allowing the command to achieve 97.1 percent sortie completion rate with 7422 flight hours and 55272 simulator hours. Expertly coordinated the scheduling of four warning areas with FACSFAC JAX encompassing 1893 sorties for both P-3C and P-8A aircraft, covering seven training tracks.
    • Self Starter. Enrolled in EAWS qualification program and completed 33 percent for the PQS in the first two months, placing her four months ahead of the curve. Enrolled in three credit hours at FSCJ.
    • Career Driven. Conducted self-study sessions and increased her ASVAB score by 10 points, improving math knowledge and reasoning to well above the required minimum score to apply for the Air Traffic Controller Rate.
    • Community Minded. Dedicated 12 off duty hours in support of the St. Francis Soup Kitchen aiding the homeless community and strengthening the bond between the military and the City of Jacksonville. 
    • Military Professional. Exemplifies what is expected of an Airman and Sailor. She maintains a crisp and presentable uniform at all times. Conducts herself with professionalism while communicating with seniors and peers alike. Sets the premier example of a Sailor with unlimited potential to succeed. 
    • Dedicated Sailor. When she completed her TAD time to supply division, she immediately resumed her plane captain qualification. Received training during 35 Daily and Turnaround inspections and completed 90 percent of the H-60R Plane Captain syllabus.  
    • Command Driven. As the MWR Vice President he oversaw 13 sailors in the execution of 44 food sales and coordination of the Jacksonville Shrimps game volunteer crew. His actions generated $6800 in revenue to support command morale and welfare functions. As an ACFL, he conducted 38 FEP sessions which resulted in a 98% FEP reduction in the command. 
    • Proactive Leader. He represented HSM-70 as a fleet subject matter expert for over 40 hours of Tactical Operational Fleet Trainer (TOFT) simulator testing, ensuring valuable tactical simulator availability in support of two deploying Carrier Strike Groups and 11 Helicopter Maritime Strike Detachments. He mentored six junior Petty Officers in preparation for their AWR rating exam, resulting in the advancement of four sailors to the next highest pay grade.
    • Command Involved. In support of the Navy’s zero tolerance drug policy, he led three command urinalysis evolutions as an assistant UPC. His efforts encompassed 24 man-hour, and resulted in the collection of over 60 specimens with zero discrepancies.
    • Motivated Aircrewman. Qualified as a Naval Aircrew Warfare Specialist within one month of checking onboard and Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist nine months ahead of schedule. Additionally, he flew 190 hours while successfully completing his MH-60R ACTC LVL II syllabi three months ahead of schedule increasing the command’s overall tactical readiness.
    • Meticulous Manager. As a Divisional Security Petty Officer, he ensured 34 pieces of classified material and nine SIPR drops were properly secured and accounted for resulting in zero security violations and discrepancies within the aircrew division.
    • Civic Minded. As a Command Morale Welfare and Recreation representative, he devoted eight hours to food preparation and sales providing both breakfast and lunch to 256 sailors raising $850 for the HSM-70 2019 Christmas party. Selflessly devoted 18 hours of volunteer service through “Community Cleanup” with his church.
    • <<<YOUR NAME>>> is a trusted and valued member of my <<<YOUR PEER GROUP>>>. Whether attending to a planning effort, addressing administrative concerns, or executing  MCM operations, he exercised sound judgment, takes definitive action, and delivers top notch results.
    • Respected mentor. Responsible for the mentorship, professional development, career advice and guidance for my <<<DIVISION/DEPARTMENT/COMMAND>>>. Led formal and informal training in order to further develop these Navy leaders into future leaders.
    • Leads Process Improvement. Took the lead in improving processes for numerous command operations to include <<<TOP 2-3 COLLATERAL DUTIES>>>. His/her work is flawless, and I have complete trust in his/her management over these complex programs.
    • Deckplate Leader. Motivated, led, and trained seven sailors across three ratings, within three departments. Exclusively mentors and guides most junior sailors resulting in one Blue Jacket of the Quarter (BJOQ) and the command’s first IDW qualified personnel.
    • Technical Expert. Solely responsible for coordinating and establishing communications during the command’s certification as Homeland Defense Mine Countermeasures Commander. His persistence directly led to the completion of one MEDAL suite installation and the management of 34 NMCI network assets; enhancing training and operational readiness.
    • Command Impact. Chosen for senior level involvement in high visibility programs such as his designation as SAPR program Point of Contact (POC) and DATA collection coordinator (DCC). As CFL, his outstanding leadership led to a 10% PRT score increase command-wide.
    • Exceptional Program Manager. As the command’s PRP Monitor and Security Clerk, she initiated, tracked and maintained XXX security clearances, XXX restricted area badges and XXX PRP records which resulted in ZERO discrepancies during both a DOD-level and Wing inspection.
    • Financial Expert. As the Financial Manager he ensured the ship’s OPTAR valued at over $4 million dollars was properly executed in accordance with TYCOM directives. As the single Subject Matter Expert, he was instrumental to the flawless financial closeout of Fiscal Year XXXX while playing a vital role in supply’s 1.4 Afloat Training Team inspections resulting in a passing grade of 85%.
    • Technically Proficient. Flawlessly managed the customer service and legal assistance desk; supported 5 attorneys and 3 support staff, performed 380 notarial acts, drafted and witnessed the execution of 8 wills, and 6 unique immigration cases immediately contributing to overall mission. 
    • Prolific Leader. Led 7 teams of 21 senior MIL/CIV producers in the production of 14 multimedia products distributed to an audience of 20 million; resulted in 755 thousand views across all major social media platforms, AFN & DVIDS. His creative expertise led to his selection as the 20XX Navy Videographer of the Year, along with placements in 4 additional categories. 
    • Mission Focused. She greatly contributed to the safe loading and expenditure of 58 tons of ordnance, including the live firing of 10 tactical air-launched missiles, 13 TALDs, and 25 unguided rockets in direct support of the XXXX RIMPAC exercise, SUSTEX, and a CVW-2 Fallon detachment. Her efforts were essential to the command earning the XXXX Battle E and Safety S awards.
    • Dedicated Leader. Led six personnel in the execution of 2535 scheduled and unscheduled maintenance actions, totaling 3478 mishap free flight hours. Meticulously managed 45 sets of aircrew flight equipment and 20 installed aircraft assets worth 647,000, contributing greatly to the squadron’s impressive 100% sortie completion rate. 
    • Outstanding Influence. Led 9 sailors and 2 civilians in daily operations of a Medical Homeport Clinic resulted in the completion of 4896 patient encounters. Trained and mentored 4 sailors and 1 officer on 93 minor procedures to include nebulizer treatments, skin tag and wart removals. Assisted in authoring 110 muster sheets and 22 weekly schedules for 6 providers. 
    • Meticulous Initiative. His outstanding professional initiative and exceptional technical skill were instrumental in the efficient and timely processing of more than 22,000 appointments and the management of an annual supply budget of over $100,000. His inspiring leadership as ALPO for 13 staff members has resulted in outstanding performance during the XXXX Joint Comission Inspection. 
    • Team Player. Served as license examiner at U.S. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion ELEVEN. She aggressively administered training to 88 battalion personnel resulting in the issuance of 156 licenses and increasing the battalion’s ability to meet deployment tasking following homeport. Through her own initiative, she conducted an audit of the license records which resulted in all 112 license records being synchronized in accordance with NCFINST 11200.
    • Gifted Analyst. Authored 15 intelligence products viewed 2,600 times which supported the fleet and increased situational awareness for Theater and National level decision makers. Produced 42 in depth analytic reports and contributed to four executive briefings which provided valuable input for National level strategy and policy making.
    • Financial Expert. As the OPTAR manage, he accounted for $7.1M of 7B funds and ensured the submission of five monthly BORs with ZERO discrepancies. Additionally, he trained and led two sailors in the proper procedures for downloading fuel, weekly transmittal ledgers, and the overall management of $8.7M in OFC funds.
    • Attention to Detail. Managed ten training records for any training deficiency reports generated by the Command Education and Training Department, verified all staff were 100% compliant with all required training. 
    • Command Trainer. As CSTT he oversaw 12 combat systems training evolutions, training five watch teams at three watch stations, qualifying three TICs, five IDSs, two CICWSs and three CICWOs, contributing to RAMAGE’s combat readiness. As STT he oversaw three watch teams during MOB evolutions, and two SAR plotting teams, training 15 watch standers and completing the SAREX certification. 
    • Superior Organizer. Planned, coordinated, and supervised Operation Clean Sweep. A San Diego county wide event that works with military and civilian dive teams in the collection of trash from the ocean floor. His team removed over 3,000 pounds of trash from the harbor.
    • Stellar Initiative. Developed an aggressive training schedule that maximized training topics in a limited amount of time to build crew confidence and teamwork in preparation for the Unit Level Training and Readiness Assessment (ULTRA).
    • Mission Oriented. As Reaction Team Leader, he conducted 1700 hours of Force Protection duties, performed 600 personnel and vehicle inspections, implemented 85 random antiterrorism measures and rapidly responded to over 180 calls for service, contributing to the safe and secure operations of NSA Bahrain’s mission.
    • Command-Wide Impact Player. As Engineering Department 3MA, he flawlessly implemented FR -18 to include 15 work centers which directly improved the Engineering. Department’s PAR resulting in a score of 96.38%. As Repair Division Career Counselor, he is directly responsible for over 40 sailors, conducted 12 CDB’s, 6 EAOS extensions which led to 6 reenlistments.





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