Army NCOER Achieves Bullets Performance Measures (2022)

[toggle title="Bullets: Click Here to Open/Close"]• platoon captured number one and two of the brigade’s high value targets during recent deployment

• prioritized safety in all operations, including x small arms ranges and x field exercises; led to the company earning the Army Safety Streamer and no AGARs

• earned Drill Sergeant of the Cycle honors four times during rated period

• motivates subordinates to exceed the standards; consistently ensures subordinates are credited for their accomplishments

• cultivated a mindset to get better every day; encouraged subordinates to introduce ideas for improving the operating efficiency of the organization

• provided the necessary top cover to eliminate distractions in his unit; allowed subordinates the time and opportunity to excel

• deployed/redeployed S3 section with zero accidents/incidents and no loss of equipment

• recognized for his exemplary performance by the Commander, Operations Group in the final AAR during NTC Rotation xx-xx

• his attention to detail improved over xx% of the annual brigade CIP areas; 100% of the previous "needs improvement" areas were fixed

• emphasis on Soldier development resulted in x distinguished honor graduate(s), x Soldiers recognized on the Commandant's List, and the Brigade NCO of the Year

• earned the Army Senior Instructor Badge/Army Master Instructor Badge; completed more than 400/880 hours of instruction over mandated requirements

• as deputy commandant, led his SGLs to earning an Institute of Excellence rating though determination, drive, and the passion for excellence

• managed world-class leadership training for xx AC and RC NCOs resulting in a competent and adaptive NCO corps exceeding the needs of a developing Army

• received Commanding General’s three star award for outstanding performance during JRTC xx-xx

• her superior planning, organization, and coordination led to the most successful unit deployment and redeployment to receive the Army’s Deployment Excellence Award

• planned and coordinated the battalion truck rodeo which became a brigade standard; cited as key to improved vehicle operators and accident decline within the brigade

• improved the Army’s readiness; trained over 3,000 Soldiers, NCOs, and Officers across three continents on CMDP during AAME evaluations

• ensured unit completed all RESET operations on 1,564 pieces of equipment post deployment; resulted in the unit being mission ready 90 days ahead of schedule

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• provided solutions for systemic faults identified across the BCT’s 200 communications devices; resulted in new software upgrades which improved communications capabilities by 50%

• managed five BCTs 026 and CJME reports daily and worked to coordinate CL IX parts flow resulting in an average overall OR rating of 97%

• maintained 100% accountability of all assigned property with a value more than $xM; filled $xxx worth of shortages through reuse agencies

• resourced a $xxK project with a private sector host at no cost to the organization to enhance training selection for the future Soldier

• always mission ready, thinking outside of the box; capable of turning any mission into a great success—clearly head and shoulders above his/her peers

• acknowledged for resourcefulness in going beyond expectations; performs at level(s) above grade

• is a reliable source that the chain of command & NCO support channel can depend on to get the most demanding, difficult, and challenging tasks done

• completed _____ course with an average score of 95% or better

• platoon captured number one and two of the brigade’s high value targets during recent deployment

• entire platoon earned the physical fitness badge during rated period

• prioritized safety in all operations, including three small arms ranges and three field exercises; led to the company earning the Army Safety Streamer and no AGARs

• earned Drill Sergeant of the Cycle honors four times during rated period

• motivates subordinates to exceed the standards; consistently ensure subordinates get credit for their accomplishments

• cultivated a mindset to get better every day; encouraged subordinates to introduce ideas for improving the operating efficiency of the organization

• provided the necessary top cover to eliminate distractions in his unit; allowed subordinates the time and opportunity to excel

• direct influence in the unit being awarded the Henry A. Knox award as the most proficient FA Battery for 2014

• focus on safety and doing the right thing facilitated the Battalion receiving the Army Safety Streamer for FY15

• conducted over 1000 hours of error-free Counter-Fire warnings using the to theater AORs; by far the highest mission rate in the command

• achieved an Operational Readiness Rating (OR) of 85% or higher for the year

• completed a 500HR Phase Maintenance Inspection 10 days under established Battalion standards or less

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• completed a 250HR Inspection 2 days under established Battalion standards

• received commendable rating during OIP Inspection

• deployed/redeployed S3 section with zero accidents/incidents and no loss of equipment

• personally recognized by for exceptional leadership and coordination of a DART and PRC missions

• progressed three FIs, six CEs to RL1, and 22 CEs to RL2 at the company level with limited FIs, all while supporting combat operations in multiple locations in OEF

• earned top company in the battalion during Panther Thunder gunnery; qualified all vehicles with a company average of 877

• earned the prestigious Draper Armor Leadership Award for best Cavalry Troop in the 1st Cavalry Division

• recognized for his exemplary performance by the Commander Operations Group in the final AAR during NTC Rotation 15-1

• recognized as the top platoon sergeant in the battalion and selected for Project Warrior to serve as an OC/T at NTC to pass his knowledge and experience throughout the force

• performance clearly merits the recognition as one of the best AIT Instructors in the Regimental Signal Corp, ranks first of seven AIT that I Senior Rate

• his attention to detail resulted in improvement in over 80% of the areas judged on the annual Brigade CIP; 100% of the previous "needs improvement" areas were fixed

• emphasis on Soldier development resulted in one distinguished honor graduate, six Soldiers recognized on the Commandant's List, and the Brigade NCO of the Year

• selected by the Military Police Regimental Command Sergeant Major from a world wide selection process to serve as a Small Group Leader for ALC

• exhibited impeccable foresight and long term planning abilities through development of three individual MWD training plans resulting in 20% certification increase

• inducted into the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club during rated period

• earned the Army Master Instructor Badge; completed over 880 hours of instruction in addition to all the mandated requirements

• earned the Army Senior Instructor Badge; completed over 400 hours of instruction in addition to all the mandated requirements

• his/her high standards of training resulted in the highest military working dog certification percentage in (Brigade or ACOM)

• trained and led a team of three correctional specialist to compete and win the annual Military Police Warfighter Challenge

• essential in his company winning the JP Holland award for the best MP company in the Army

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• personally selected to serve on two Army level Tiger Teams and the MWD Critical Task Selection Board; HQDA, HRC and USAMPS all consider him a SME

• mentored and guided his company as a First Sergeant to compete and win the Army Corrections Command Brigadier General Barr Award for best Detention Company

• supervised eight HUMINT teams and two LLVI teams resulting in the production of 4000 SIGINT reports, 1500 HUMINT reports and the prosecution of 35 HVTs

• prioritized safety in all operations, including three small arms ranges and three field exercises; led to the company earning the Army Safety Streamer and no AGARs

• developed and enforced a HUMINT SOP and long-range training plan including MOS enhancing courses; set the standard for BCT HUMINT training

• completed online _________course, resulting in an average score of 95% or better

• disbursed $_____with no loss, over a ___period

• achieved an interest penalty of ____exceeding the DA Joint Reconciliation Program goals of 95%; saved $_____on contractual discounts

• coached team to place first in Post Tournament

• commended by the _______ for weekly consolidation, review, and timely submission of the Division PERSTAT; over _______ Soldiers accounted or at any time

• as Deputy Commandant he led his SGLs to earning an Institute of Excellence rating though determination, drive and the passion for excellence

• managed world-class leadership training for 220 AA and RC NCOs resulting in a more competent and adaptive NCO corps that exceeds the needs of a developing Army

• re-designed the NCOA training classroom environment incorporating the latest technologies, saving time needed in learning new entertainment concepts by 1 week

• inspired and trained his team to compete as the School of Music Army 10 Miler team, team finished in 19th place overall in the team category

• one of only XX to earn the master recruiter badge for FY XX, the capstone of USAREC awards; placed among the elite XX% of the command; enhanced the face of USAREC

• chosen over XX NCOs by the Division CSM to serve as the Retention Operations NCO for the 82nd Airborne Division due to (his/her) exemplary FY XX retention rates

• assessed (his/her) battle space to obliterate organizational goals; earned commands preeminent reenlistment award; overachieved XX% for FY XX

• received I Corps Commanding Generals’ three star award for outstanding performance during JRTC 02-02

• superior planning, organization, and coordination resulted in her leading the most successful deployment and redeployment of the 7 TBX in unit history The unit received the Army’s Deployment Excellence Award

• planned and coordinated the battalion truck rodeo that is now a Brigade standard His rodeos have been cited as the key to vehicle operator improvement and accident decline within the brigade

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• provided crucial EOD support to the U.S. Secret Service on multiple missions for the protection of POTUS and heads of State during United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)

• issued over $2.5M worth of ammunition to three Batteries at six FOBs and COBs across 20 miles of austere terrain in Afghanistan without incident or loss of accountability

• tracked and processes over 5500 Class V transactions valued at over $65M during OEF with zero errors

• maintained 100% accountability of all assigned property with a value over $1M; filled $120K worth of shortages through reuse agencies

• prevented fraud, waste and abuse with stringent tracking of over $130K worth of Class IX parts, received a 100% on bi-weekly Reconciliation Reports

• managed the Battalion NTV contract valued at over $750K; acted as sole Battalion liaison with local TMP and ITO office in a deployed environment

• resources a 25K project with private sector host at no cost to the organization to enhance training selection for the future Soldier

• provided the Army Solution to retrograde of equipment that saw a 100% increase of accountability and return to inventory; $5.8B in assets

• developed, coordinated and executed the III Corps wayward equipment roundup; resulting in the reestablishment of $28M in missing equipment

• produced the Distinguished Honor Graduate for the last 10 cycles

• Soldier is always mission ready, thinking outside of the box. Capable of turning any mission into a great success clearly head and shoulders above his/her peers

• acknowledged for being resourceful in going above and beyond the expectations. Currently performs at level(s) above grade

• is a reliable source that the chain of command & NCO support channel can depend on to get the most demanding, difficult, and challenging task. He/she will get it done

• improved the Army’s readiness; trained over 3,000 Soldiers, NCOs, and Officers across three continents on CMDP during AAME evaluations

• ensured unit completed all RESET operations on 1,564 pieces of equipment post deployment; resulted in the unit being mission ready 90 days ahead of schedule

• provided solutions for systemic faults identified across the BCT’s 200 communications devices; resulted in new software upgrades which improved communications capabilities by 50%

• managed five BCTs 026 and CJME reports daily and worked to coordinate CL IX parts flow resulting in an average overall OR rating of 97%

• selected as XX MP BDE NCO of the Quarter

• raised the squad/section/platoon PT score by 50%

• her leadership and training plan increased the platoon APFT average from 223 to 286 points during rating period

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• stood above peers in all things; the best SGT I’ve rated in 10 years[/toggle]

FAQs

How do you write good Ncoer bullets? ›

Do Ncoer bullets end with a period? ›

Also, there should be no periods at the end of the bullet comment. This is clarified in the 17 December 2001 version of AR 623-205. Another common issue has to do with indenting the second line of a two-line bullet comment.

When creating bullets for the Ncoer what kind of comments should you use to explain areas where the rated NCO is particularly strong or needs improvement? ›

Bullets comments are used to explain any area where the rated NCO is particularly strong or needs improvement. Bullet comments are mandatory for a 'no' rating and must be specific. Parts IVb-f – NCO Responsibilities: Excellence rating means the NCO clearly exceeds standards and is better than most others.

How many bullets should an Ncoer have? ›

Guidance on Army NCOER Bullet Comments. Per DA PAM 623-3, bullet comments: must be short, concise, and to the point. They cannot be longer than two lines, preferably one, and no more than one bullet to a line.

How do you write a strong Ncoer? ›

How to Write Strong NCOER Bullet Comments
  1. Achievement. o conducted over 200 missions into... o developed the first-ever SOP that... ...
  2. Recognition. o selected over peers to compete for... o commended by Commander for... ...
  3. Skill or Character Description. o displayed outstanding battle staff skills. o committed to excellence.

Can a report be in bullet points? ›

Drafting the report in outline view makes the formatting process very easy! Bullet points are an excellent tool several sub-subpoints or details, which are easier to read as a list than in a paragraph.

Does a DUI go on an Ncoer? ›

If an individual receives a DUI, it should be mentioned specifically on his or her NCOER. You may not mention disciplinary action such as an Article 15 or a Letter of Reprimand; you should, however, mention the offense that led to the disciplinary action.

Should I have periods on bullet points? ›

Use a period after bullet list that completes the opening stem sentence that introduces it. Don't use a period after bullet lists that are not complete sentences or do not complete the opening stem sentence. Don't use semicolons to end punctuation. Use either all full sentences in your bullet lists or all fragments.

Should I add periods to bullet points? ›

How to use punctuation with bullet points. If the text of your bullet point is a complete sentence (or multiple sentences), use capital letters and punctuation. If your points are not structured as proper sentences, you don't need to end with punctuation.

What do you put for major performance objectives Ncoer? ›

Accept responsibility for shortcomings and follow up with Soldiers to identify areas needing improvement. Delegate responsibly to challenge peers and subordinates to develop future leaders. Support the Commander's policies and the Unit. Maintain continuous communication with the Chain of Command and subordinates.

What is the recommended number of bullets you should include for each position in the experience section of your resume? ›

How many bullet points per job on a resume? Write between 3–6 bullet points per job in your work experience section. Make them 1–2 lines each. Use more bullet points for your most recent and relevant experience.

Are comments mandatory in Part IV Block I rater overall performance on DA Form 2166 9 2 and what format will they be in? ›

Are Comments Mandatory in part IV, Block i (Rater Overall Performance) on DA Form 2166-9-2 and what format will they be in? DA Form 2166-9-2 and narrative format for DA Form 2166-9-3) are mandatory and should compare the performance of the rated NCO with his or her contemporaries during the evaluation period.

Is highly qualified on Ncoer good? ›

"HIGHLY QUALIFIED" – identifies NCOs with strong potential for promotion with peers. "QUALIFIED" – identifies NCOs who demonstrate potential to be successful at the next level; promote if able. "NOT QUALIFIED" – identifies NCOs who do not demonstrate potential for promotion; recommend separation.

How many points do you need to promote to Sgt? ›

Other Requirements

The minimum promotion point score for attaining recommended list status for promotion to SGT is 350. The minimum score for attaining recommended list status for promotion to SSG is 450.

How many NCOERs does the board look at? ›

The board is composed of a general officer board president and Career Management Field (CMF) oriented panels. Each panel includes a Colonel (COL) as the panel chief and 5 senior NCOs, normally CSMs, as panel members.

Can you fight an Ncoer? ›

The first way for an NCO to appeal an NCOER is through something called a Commander's or Commandant's Inquiry. Essentially, if any alleged error, injustice, or inaccuracy is brought to a Commander or Commandant, he/she can conduct an inquiry to determine if relief is warranted.

Can a SFC be a senior rater? ›

The minimum grade requirement for senior raters of SGT thru SFC(P) is two grades up. For MSG-CSM, the senior rater will be senior to the rater by grade or Date of Rank (DOR).

What is a major performance objective? ›

DEFINITION: A performance objective is a specific end result that contributes to the success of the unit or organization and that an employee is expected to accomplish or produce.

What are the rules for using bullet points? ›

How to use bullet points
  • Make sure all items in the list are related to each other.
  • Use the same font and margin width in each bulleted point.
  • Keep bullet points short, preferably no more than three lines long.
  • Begin all items with the same part of speech (active verbs work well) and make sure they are in parallel form.

Are bullet points counted as paragraphs? ›

The items in a bullet list are usually separate paragraphs. That is, each item is ended by a paragraph mark, so it is a paragraph. Similarly, a heading is usually ended by a paragraph mark, so it is a paragraph.

Are bullet points summary? ›

Bullet point is a short summation of the key points of a broader piece of information. It does not include the background information on the topic. It only highlights the essential information of the text. To write a powerful summary, consider only the key points and put them as bullet points.

Can you put Ncoes on Ncoer? ›

B. NCOES FAILURES AND/OR OTHER DEROGATORY INFORMATION ARE RECORDED ON THE ACADEMIC EVALUATION REPORT AND WILL NOT BE ANNOTATED ON THE NCOER BASED ON EVENTS OCCURRING DURING NON RATED PERIOD.

What happens if Ncoer is late? ›

The late submission and any procedural violation allows you to appeal the NCOER siting specific issues. If it has been 14 months and there is no documentation to support their comments you could argue they could not reasonably rate your performance during this time-frame as too much time has passed.

Will the army discharge you for a DUI? ›

At a court-martial for drunken driving, the maximum punishment a service member could receive is: dishonorable discharge, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, and confinement for 18 months.

Do bullet points need full stops? ›

you do not use full stops within bullet points – where possible start another bullet point or use commas, dashes or semicolons to expand. you do not put “or”, “and” after the bullet points. there is no punctuation at the end of bullet points.

What is a bullet point examples? ›

A bullet point is a symbol that is used in writing to introduce an item in a list. A commonly used symbol to represent a bullet point is a centered dot (•), but many different symbols and characters can be used in bullet point lists. Sometimes, bulleted lists even use numbers and/or letters.

What is a performance objective example? ›

Some examples of customer-focused key performance objectives include attendance. Employees must show up for work to provide quality customer service. Set a goal of a percentage or number of attendance days the employee must meet within the performance period.

What are the 5 key performance objectives? ›

When it comes to business performance objectives you're likely aware that efficiency and productivity are crucial. But how do you successfully achieve these? The key to having good all-round performance is five performance objectives: quality, speed, dependability, flexibility and cost.

Is five bullet points too much for a resume? ›

A bullet list with between 3 and 5 bullet points in it is considered to be the most pleasant to the eye and is actually psychologically more effective. If you find yourself with a bullet list that is too long, you can always consider including some of your points in the skills section instead.

How do I make my resume bullet points stronger? ›

Be specific about what you did and how you did it. Start your bullet points or statements with strong action verbs. Provide contextual details to inform the reader about the purpose of your work, the scope of the project, and what you produced or accomplished. Quantify your work and achievements where possible.

How do I reduce the bullet points on my resume? ›

Use interesting action verbs

Start each bullet point with an action verb. Instead of using the same ones constantly, choose some more interesting action verb s that better describe exactly what you did in that role. Here are a few interesting action verbs to use: Acquired.

Do Ncoer bullets end with a period? ›

Also, there should be no periods at the end of the bullet comment. This is clarified in the 17 December 2001 version of AR 623-205. Another common issue has to do with indenting the second line of a two-line bullet comment.

What is DA form 2166-9 1A used for? ›

The rater obtains the current required version of the electronic NCOER and uses the DA Form 2166–9–1A as input in preparing his or her evaluation of the rated NCO. (a) The rater and rated NCO discuss and document significant contributions and accomplishments.

What DA PAM covers NCOERs? ›

(2) NCOs and their appropriate rating officials will use DA Form 2166–9 series (NCOER), DA Form 2166–9–1A,and the electronically generated “Rater Tendency” and “Senior Rater Profile” reports, as applicable. Note. For corporals (CPLs) only the DA Form 2166–9–1A will be used; no NCOER will be prepared.

How many highly qualified can a senior rater give? ›

A senior rater will still be able to render a "MOST QUALIFIED" selection for any one of the first four reports rendered for a particular grade (E-6 through E-9).

Are NCOERs important? ›

NCOERs are vital to an NCO's career. They display an evaluation of overall performance and promotion potential along with recommended duty positions at the next level.

Do CPL's get NCOERs? ›

For corporals, who do not receive a record NCOER, the rater will maintain the checklist for one year. Several items have been identified as Army-wide areas of special interest. When applicable, the rater should include in the counseling session these special interest items: (1) Civilian position management (AR 690-500)

How many hours equal a promotion point? ›

(3) Hour conversions: to award promotion points, one semester hour equals one promotion point. (a) Method 1: 1.5 quarter hours equal 1 semester hour.

Is ALC worth promotion points? ›

Advance Leaders Course: ALC is a requirement for promotion to SSG, so no points are given for completing it.

Can you be promoted to SGT without BLC? ›

To SGT must graduate the Basic Leader Course (BLC) before they are eligible for consideration for promotion pin-on to SGT, IAW AR 600-8-19, paragraph 1-29 a (2).

How fast can you make E7 in the Army? ›

There are no minimum time-in-grade requirements for promotion to E-7, E-8, or E-9, but soldiers must meet the following minimum time-in-service requirements to be eligible for promotion: Sergeant First Class (E-7) — Six years. Master Sergeant/First Sergeant (E-8) — Eight years. Sergeant Major (E-9) — Nine years.

How many hours does it take from E7 to e8? ›

There is no minimum time-in-grade (TIG) requirement for promotion to the Army SNCO ranks, but candidates must meet the following minimum time-in-service (TIS) requirements to be eligible for promotion: Sergeant first class (E-7) -- six years. Master sergeant/first sergeant (E-8) -- eight years.

Can you be forced to go to NCO of the Month board? ›

Bottom Line. There is no regulation that states you can be forced to attend a board.

How many bullet points should a job description have? ›

How Many Bullets Should I Use in a Job Description? The optimal # of bullets for most sections is 6 to 10, according to Ongig's internal research via our clients using Text Analyzer. That maximizes the reading of your job ad and apply rate.

How many bullets should be in a job description? ›

Under each job, include two to four bullet points that outline any accomplishments or duties that relate to the job you're applying to. Be specific about what you accomplished, referencing specific results and data.

What are the 3 lines of effort for NCO 2020? ›

The NCO 2020 Strategy is organized into three efforts: development, talent management and stewardship of the profession.

What are the 7 types of Ncoers? ›

There are 7:
  • Annual.
  • Change of Rater.
  • Relief for Cause.
  • Complete the Record.
  • 60 Day Rater Option.
  • 60 Day Senior Rater Option.
  • Temporary Duty, Special Duty or Compassionate Reassignment.

Do employers prefer bullet points? ›

Bullet Points on Your Resume: Will They Make Me Look Lazy? Bullet points should absolutely be used on your resume, and will not make you look lazy. Instead, they will help draw recruiters or hiring managers' attention to important points while allowing them to read through your resume faster.

What is a bullet point examples? ›

A bullet point is a symbol that is used in writing to introduce an item in a list. A commonly used symbol to represent a bullet point is a centered dot (•), but many different symbols and characters can be used in bullet point lists. Sometimes, bulleted lists even use numbers and/or letters.

Can you have too many bullet points on a resume? ›

Though it should vary from person to person, you should really use at least 3-4 bullet points per section that you need to detail-and no more than 6-7. You want to make every bullet point count, and so, do not try to make stuff up to offer more bullet points-thinking that more will necessarily look like better.

How Long Should bullets be? ›

How long should each bullet point be? Keep each bullet point to 1-2 lines. Your bullet points should be a concise summary of your resume's accomplishments — if you really want to elaborate on them, save it for a resume summary, short blurb, or cover letter.

Is five bullet points too much for a resume? ›

A bullet list with between 3 and 5 bullet points in it is considered to be the most pleasant to the eye and is actually psychologically more effective. If you find yourself with a bullet list that is too long, you can always consider including some of your points in the skills section instead.

Do you stand at attention for NCO? ›

When speaking to or being addressed by an NCO of superior rank, stand at parade rest until directed otherwise. When an officer of superior rank enters a room the first Warrior to recognize the officer calls the room to “Attention”, but does not salute. Only salute indoor when reporting to an officer.

What are the 3 core leader competencies Army? ›

To assist leaders to become competent at all levels of leadership, the Army identifies three categories of core leader competencies: lead, develop, and achieve.

Can you be forced to go to NCO of the Month board? ›

Bottom Line. There is no regulation that states you can be forced to attend a board.

Can a 1SG be a rater? ›

If the 1SG is the individual who is directly responsible for supervising the daily activities of the supply sergeant, it would be appropriate for him to be the rater.

How many NCOERs does the board look at? ›

The board is composed of a general officer board president and Career Management Field (CMF) oriented panels. Each panel includes a Colonel (COL) as the panel chief and 5 senior NCOs, normally CSMs, as panel members.

How often do NCOs get NCOERs? ›

There are seven different types of NCOERs. The most common ones are annual, which are given each year to the NCO and change of rater, which occurs when an NCO or rater leaves the unit.

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