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Here are examples for 'Achieves' from the Army NCOER performance measures supplement:

 achieved 100% accountability of equipment during change of command inventories and had all identified shortages on order
 effectively managed his section by ensuring 100% of his Soldiers completed SSD level 1 before attending WLC
 efficiently led her fire team during the company field training exercise, enabling the team to meet or exceed all mission timelines
 developed a task assignment matrix to ensure subordinates clearly understood their roles while allowing them to accomplish delegated tasks
 built a cohesive team to accomplish all reconnaissance and security tasks with minimal oversight; completely competent
 enhanced unit readiness by ensuring his Soldiers completed annual MEDPROS training
requirements, raised compliance from xx to xx%
 depicted sound forbearing, managed priorities; contributed to unit success by identifying and clarifying obstacles; ranked in the top xx% of the company
 managed mandatory requirements to ensure his boat detachment equipment was operational and secure
 achieved all tasks in a satisfactory manner; supported the commander’s safety and SHARP
programs; accounted for all assigned equipment
 enforced the unit safety program during ranges, motor pool operations, and training events
leading to zero injuries
 developed a strong prioritized work plan and anticipated change; completed all missions then assisted others to meet theirs
 supervised an effective maintenance program in the platoon; maintained readiness at xx% with no past due services

Here is the full reference:
http://usacac.army.mil/sites/default/files/documents/cal/NCOERPerformanceMeasuresSupplement20151130.pdf
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I just created a list of bullet comments for the NCOER, but I would have to email them to you on Monday due to post closure.
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Can you email me please, I am a Quartermaster NCO [login to see]
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SFC Williams can you send me the list of bullet comments that you have for the NCOER. [login to see]
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Here is the section for "Achieves" from the new NCOER performance measure supplement. Apologies for the wonky formatting, it pasted oddly.


ACHIEVES
DID NOT MEET STANDARD
 failed to supervise subordinates; relieved for ineffectiveness and replaced by junior NCO
 routinely failed to meet suspenses directed by his higher headquarters; failed to execute tasks and assignments on time; submitted x of x NCOERs late
 failed to maintain standards; section rating decreased from excellent to satisfactory
 cannot maintain team cohesion during training events; results in platoon demoralization
 reported to work under the influence of alcohol and could not execute his duties
 unable to adapt to change; violated EO principles by unfairly targeting female NCOs for their performance
 failed to maintain proper accountability upon return from FTX; lost equipment/sensitive items valued in excess of $xxK
Organizational Level Comments
 created an environment of conflict; made numerous negative comments about the commander to subordinate leaders
 failure to adequately forecast training requirements led to shortages of ammunition and pyrotechnics during squadron training events
 issued insufficient guidance and provided limited supervision to new Bradley crews during deployment preparation resulting in numerous safety violations
 demonstrated a lack of leadership skill; lacks the confidence, managerial skills, and ability to make immediate decisions without supervisor's guidance
 failed to supervise subordinates and follow proper maintenance procedures resulting in the loss of $xK worth of equipment
MET STANDARD
 maintained accountability of all assigned equipment with zero losses or damage
 conducts daily inspections of Soldiers to ensure compliance of Army and unit standards
 ensured training calendars are distributed to family members for awareness
 uses lessons learned to improve training and processes in his unit; detail oriented; always meets assigned suspenses
 enforced strict composite risk management and safety procedures achieving zero safety violations during rating period
 tracked all MEDPROS and training requirements ensuring unit was deployment ready; continually sought effective methods to enhance readiness
 provided appropriate amount of supervision to develop subordinates without sacrificing mission completion; built a cohesive team operating with minimal oversight
 ensured tank crews were recognized for their performance during gunnery and field training events
 assisted in maintaining 100% accountability of facilities and equipment valued over $xM
 trained his platoon during STX, CLFX, and MRE in deployment preparation, resulting in 100% first time GOs during the battalion external evaluation
 reinvigorated the unit NCODP program focusing NCOs on critical skills required of effective leaders
 performed an integral role as the 1SG; his leadership, expertise, and high standards profoundly affected the company's ability to function during his tenure
 ensured all test materials, lesson plans, POIs, and guest books were updated in preparation for TRADOC accreditation
 achieved all tasks in a satisfactory manner; supported the commander’s safety and SHARP programs and accounted for all assigned equipment
 committed to the mission; focused attention to detail in evidence collection directly resulted in the apprehension of x high value individuals
 enforced safety during ranges, motor pool operations, range density rotations, and all training events; resulted in zero injuries during the rating period

EXCEEDED STANDARD
 cross-trained Soldiers to function in all areas of S3 operations
 earned the Army Basic Instructor Badge
Organizational Level Comments
 driving force behind overhauling profile PT; developed battalion SOP with an athletic trainer to return xx% of injured IET Soldiers back to training
 implemented a rigorous Special Emphasis PRT program removing xx Soldiers from the Army Body Composition Program
 emphasis on development resulted in xx personnel passing the Master Gunner course and xx passing NCOES schools with more than xx% receiving honors
 coordinates with other first sergeants in the battalion to ensure readiness; selfless leader who uses his abilities for the benefit of the larger organization
 provided thoughtful oversight and feedback during gunnery training allowing all crews to overcome deficiencies; qualified all xx vehicles with x distinguished crews
 detailed planning and preparation for missions earned constant praise and recognition from JRTC O/CTs; focused on continual improvement throughout the rotation
 designated as lead platoon for the task force during NTC Rotation xx-xx; led company in confirmed kills throughout the rotation
 coached xx teams through platoon STX lanes during NTC train-up; resulted in x teams being recognized for fastest ready time during NTC rotation
 received accolades for developing, processing, and tracking xxx Instructor Certification packets and reducing processing time by xx%
 emphasized safety through extensive risk management; responsible for the unit earning the Army Safety Award for the x consecutive year
 supervised the installation and testing of a remote site antenna system; saved the unit $xK in installation fees
 demonstrated extraordinary networking skills ensuring the NCO Academy was appropriately linked to TRADOC learning institutions and higher headquarters
 created a highly inspirational environment for the NCOA staff, ALC, and SLC students to train, broaden their creativity, and execute experiential learning methods
 superbly monitored performance to identify strengths and correct weaknesses; resulted in 100% graduation rate of xxx NCOES students
 gained working knowledge of local language to facilitate effective communication between Soldiers and local nationals working in his section
 created a program enabling the unit to exceed standards during the Department of the Army Environmental inspection resulting in “Best in Garrison”
 enabled x companies in the battalion to meet or exceed DA goals by turning-in excess equipment within a xx day period, saving the Army more than $xxx K
 number one producer of new recruits in the entire recruiting command with xx% tier I applicants
 can achieve mission success with little or no guidance; performs at a high level
 trained and familiarized more than xxx Soldiers on the use and maintenance of night vision devices and communications equipment; increased operator fault diagnosis by xx%
 placed a strong emphasis on Soldier and equipment safety, section performed more than xxx service and support missions without incident and accident free
 led an OCONUS deployment to and redeployment from _____; accounted for $xx million in property without loss
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