Responsibility & Accountability

Directly responsible for brining the company in compliance with all OSHA, HAZMAT and safety regulations

  • His safety enforcement resulted in accident free training
  • Practiced conservation of supplies and funds which resulted in commendable supply inspections
  • Voluntarily conducted observations to assist fellow AIT instructors to achieve Senior Instructor status
  • Constantly maintained his training aids to standard between AIT classes

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  • Directly responsible for brining the company in compliance with all OSHA, HAZMAT and safety regulations
  • His safety enforcement resulted in accident free training
  • Practiced conservation of supplies and funds which resulted in commendable supply inspections
  • Voluntarily conducted observations to assist fellow AIT instructors to achieve Senior Instructor status
  • Constantly maintained his training aids to standard between AIT classes
  • Maintained accountability and maintenance of over $6,000,000 worth of facilities and equipment
  • Always concerned with safety
  • Thrifty with all expendable supplies
  • Safety oriented during all phases of training
  • Received commendable ratings for physical security during Brigade Command Inspection
  • Instilled safety consciousness, responsibility and integrity in soldiers
  • Creates a climate that encourages soldiers to excel and meet every challenge
  • Sacrificed personal time to brief soldiers on career enhancement opportunities in today’s Army
  • Stands up for and does what is right
  • His emphasis on safety resulted in 286 accident-free days
  • Maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment
  • Initiated unit recycling program which eliminated waste
  • Accepts responsibility not only for himself but for subordinates as well
  • Exercised responsibility for maintenance and accountability of facilities and equipment
  • Inspires and enforces growth and excellence; 65 percent of his platoon enrolled in college
  • Managed resources in a highly efficient manner
  • Teaches soldiers the importance of individual responsibility
  • Sustained 95 percent operational readiness rate for platoon equipment
  • Safety briefings resulted in no training accidents
  • Constantly trained subordinates to accept more responsibility
  • Consistently accomplishes more in less time with fewer soldiers and resources
  • Personally responsible for unit’s excellent safety record
  • Does what is right; always
  • A leader that ensures all property is properly accounted for at all times
  • Easily managed a budget in excess of $900,000
  • Enforces strict procedures for operations of field training exercises to ensure safety and no loss of time for soldiers
  • Accepts responsibility for his actions and the actions of his soldiers
  • Stressed safety first; trained with zero accidents
  • Key to company receiving Brigade recognition for safety excellence
  • Practiced supply economy which resulted in conservation of much needed funds
  • His emphasis on safety resulted in his squad members being awarded the Driver’s badge
  • Implemented policies which significantly reduced the number of injuries within his platoon
  • Always maintains personal equipment in a high state of readiness
  • Constantly seeks and accepts additional responsibilities
  • His emphasis on driver safety resulted in 294,545 miles of accident free vehicle operation for his platoon
  • Encouraged career progression which resulted in all assigned soldiers enrolled in continued education
  • Ensured assigned equipment always is serviceable and maintained for mission readiness
  • Stressed career development for his soldiers
  • Takes responsibility for good, bad, right, and wrong
  • Delegates responsibility effectively to subordinates
  • No loss of property during three training exercises and one NTC rotation
  • Puts forth maximum effort; thrives on responsibility
  • Hard working; dedicated NCO
  • Readily accepted responsibility for failure and gives attention of success to subordinates
  • Is willing to accept ultimate responsibility
  • Responsible and accountable; a very dependable NCO
  • Wise, efficient and prudent manager of resources
  • Promoted soldier’s development through innovative educational programs
  • Demands high standards for maintenance of military property
  • Continues to seek and accept responsibility
  • Suffered no injuries within his squad during 2 NTC rotations
  • Instilled safety consciousness and responsibility in soldiers
  • Earned a commendable rating for key control during Brigade command inspection
  • Strongly enforced all safety policies and regulations
  • Developed and implemented Fabric and Canvas repair at DS level; resulting in tremendous budget savings
  • Maintained a accident free 24 month period
  • In the absence of guidance, always made sound and timely decisions
  • Made risk assessment an integral part of training
  • Gained 100% accountability within 30 days of assuming a job vacated by a NCO relieved for fraud, waste and abuse
  • Encouraged squad members to enroll in Army correspondence courses
  • Maintained team equipment and readiness
  • Conceived and developed database procedures adopted by the entire Brigade
  • Displayed prudent and economical use of funds
  • Took a special interest in soldiers’ family issues
  • Encourages the best from his soldiers; all his soldiers enrolled in courses for higher education
  • His platoon maintained accident free year
  • Created a climate which soldiers yearned to learn and grow
  • Maintained thorough accountability of unit’s Class IX budget; eliminated waste
  • Helps soldiers develop skills through timely advise, guidance and counseling
  • Established and maintained high standards for barracks maintenance
  • Constantly implements changes to improve unit operations
  • Takes responsibility for his actions no matter the circumstance
  • Actively encourages off duty education and professional growth in subordinates
  • Conducts all quality assurance inspections off Air Mobile equipment prior to deployment
  • Constantly improves maintenance procedures to ensure optimum mission readiness
  • Obtained equipment and developed the first known standard within DOD for reclaiming refrigerants
  • Led the way; ensured all assigned vehicles were always mission ready
  • Inspires growth and advancement in subordinates
  • Ensures all equipment is on hand and serviceable
  • Encourages subordinates to continue their formal education for advancement