From DA PAM 623-3, pg. 46: b. Bullet comments. Bullet comments are mandatory regardless of the ratings given (at least one bullet will be entered in each block of a through f). Standardized rules apply to bullet comments on DA Form 2166–8. Bullet comments will— Be short, concise, to the point. Bullets will not be…

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All NCOERs with a through date of 1 JAN 2016, will be completed within the EES (https://evaluations.hrc.army.mil/). It is STRONGLY recommended that you utilize the PDF-F version of the applicable evaluation forms (DA FORM 2166-9-1 for SGT; DA FORM 2166-9-2 for SSG-1SG/MSG; DA FORM 67-10-1 for O1-O3 and W1-CW2) for drafting an evaluation.  This allows…

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1. Roles for rating officials: Rater: The rater’s primary role is that of evaluation, focusing on performance and performance counseling. Rater will: a. Counsel the rated NCO on his duty performance and professional development at least quarterly throughout the rating period. Define and discuss the duty description for part III of the NCO-ER with the rated NCO during…

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Senior rater bullet comments are mandatory and should focus on potential for promotion, higher level schooling and positions of greater responsibility, but may also address performance, and/or the evaluation rendered by the rater. Senior rater bullet comments must be clear, concise and should reflect the senior rater’s recommendation to promote the NCO “now”, “ahead of” or “with peers”, or…

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Possesses the moral courage to always do what is right Totally dedicated to unit, mission and soldiers; a credit to the NCO Corps Highly dedicated and professional NCO Always gives 100% to ensure mission accomplishment Exhibits high standards of behavior; a model soldier and extraordinary leader Committed to mission accomplishment Outstanding problem solver; dynamic planner…

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Total Army asset; select for First Sergeant now Consummate professional; promote ahead of peers; consistently performs two pay grades above contemporaries Technically and tactically proficient; discharges duties with complete professionalism Soldier oriented NCO Assign this Sergeant to teach future leaders; West Point, ROTC any NCO academy His knowledge base is superior; potential ins unlimited A…

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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…

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Trains for readiness and the unexpected Eager to share knowledge and experience; key to his section’s 100 persent operational readiness Developed and implemented a special PT program with 100 percent success Constantly teaches soldiers Proficient trainer Trained and conditioned six soldiers who failed the APFT to pass within four weeks Encouraged a positive training environment…

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A true mission oriented leader Performed leadership duties in a decisive and positive manner with exceptional results Actively leads AIT soldiers physical development and trains to excel in common Task Skills Demanded the best training environment for soldiers; accepted nothing less than quality results Led PT failures to 90 percent first time go on APFT…

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Presented a professional, soldierly appearance at all times Motivated, enthusiastic NCO who took lead in organized physical fitness training of all soldiers Scored 300 on last APFT Excellent runner, ran two miles in 12 minutes Excellent physical condition; led advanced PT during physical training Platoon achieved 100% first time pass rate on APFT for two…

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