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Date reported to HSM-11 – 14APR16
Primary duties As of 15MAY15
MH-60R USW/SUW Sensor Operator FRS Instructor-6
Command SAR/MDD Swimmer-6
HSM-41 Command Volunteer Coordinator-6
Significant periods not available for duty
Down Pending Med Waiver App.- Granted 14AUG11
Supervision and Leadership
FRAC CAT-I’s 42
FRAC CAT-Others 21
FRP CAT-I’s 80
FRP CAT-Other’s 52
Tot Flt Hrs 9327.9
Tot Flt X’s 3478
FPY % Flt 86.4%
Tot Sim Hrs 11472
Tot Sim X’s 5736
FPY % Sim 96.9%
Mentored 3 FRACS
12 Sims (48 Hours)
210 CAI/IGR/PTs/PTT (1100+ Hours)
8 Statics (32 Hours)
Hours of events 1,224 Hours of Class and Sim events
Student Control LPO
Supervised 96 Students over their 9 month training.
Supervised 7 FRS Instructors in the over haul and sumbmission of 4 FRAC Syllabi.
Supervised in the analysis of 63 CR’s.
1472 Building Manager Projects:
Lighting System Installation- 15 (x 8 hours) visits from SDGE to remove and install lighting system upgrade.
Fire Suppression System Installation- 6 Months of Daily visits from Construction company COSTCO 2.2Mill
Roof Repair- Currently waiting on a constructor bid approval.
Construction of new simulator wing on training building- 8.3 Mill
45+ work requests completed
HSM 41 Volunteer Coordinator – Selected by the CMC to run Command Volunteer program. Building it up from scratch.
Leadership activities and accomplishments.
8 Instructor Qualification Boards 4
3 MTS board
12 EAWS training sessions for 7 sailors
Qualifications achieved during period
12 credits towards BA
33 Hours this year
Future duties/schools desired
CPO / Special Programs
Other items for consideration
Built two Navy Websites visited more than 200,000 times by sailors already this year, with the intention of helping them study, advance, and succeed.