NCOER bullets for Leads



Met Standard



o one of x MSGs selected Army-wide to lead in the Army Research Institutes Test Program Advisory Team to discuss critical attributes for Soldier MOS selections


o led team to exceed mission requirements for drill sergeants, AIT platoon sergeants, and recruiters


o demonstrated exceptional expertise leading to his career management field being selected as one of the Army's first of 26 CMFs to implement the Army Career Tracker


o led x instructors consisting of military, civilian contractor, and augmented OCs conducting more than xxxx academic hours enforcing learning objectives


o built teams with civic, institutional, and government leadership to establish, shape, and provide policy for the Army Credentialing Program, a $xxM effort


o invited to meet with Department of Defense senior leaders on veterans’ unemployment issues


o shows leadership competencies of senior grades; a true leader capable of leading Soldiers to success


o clearly in a class all his/her own; takes each assigned mission as if it is a life or death challenge (shows no fear)


o mentored x NCOs to seek enrollment into the prestigious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club; resulted in x NCOs being nominated for induction


o supervised the excess turn-in of more than xxxx serviceable repair parts, returning $x M to the Army supply system


o successfully led squad to participate in multiple rapid deployment operations


o mentored a substandard Soldier to pass APFT by increasing his score by xx


o scored 300 on most recent APFT earning the Army Physical Fitness Badge


o performed all squad missions and tasks while assuming duties as the squad leader for more than x months of rated period


o built squad confidence through counseling, demonstration, and practical exercises


o motivated his Soldiers to endure by leading from the front during a 20 km foot-march in harsh weather; his entire team finished within time standards without incident


o competed for NCO of the Quarter to demonstrate initiative and self-improvement; motivated the entire team to compete for Soldier of the Quarter


o takes necessary actions to ensure Soldiers’ concerns and needs are addressed and resolved allowing for increased trust, confidence, and commitment to the unit


o constantly assessed risk during night tactical movement and implemented mitigation measures to ensure crew safety while accomplishing the mission


o displayed the ability to relate to peers and subordinates developing a sense of respect and mutual trust among his team


Did Not Meet Standard

o demonstrated behavior inconsistent with Army Values by driving under the influence of alcohol with a BAC of 0.086%


o failed to conduct proper risk assessments or react when risk factors increased; resulted in x Soldiers injured during the rating period


o routinely failed to supervise Soldiers conducting PMCS during inclement weather


o fails to effectively communicate with subordinates causing mission failure


o exhibited poor rapport with Soldiers providing ineffective supervision and delegation of responsibilities


o failed to keep Soldiers informed; information dissemination inconsistent and lacking in both content and context; Soldiers lack trust and confidence in the command


o failed to adequately prepare/conduct scheduled M249 Squad Automatic Weapon training, required another team leader to train his Soldiers on the weapon system


o failed to communicate and enforce published safety standards in the unit motor pool; x vehicles were damaged when his parked vehicle rolled into another


o Soldiers lacked guidance and direction evidenced by multiple mission failures due to a lack of physical presence; whereabouts frequently suspectre


o moved from leadership position for failure to supervise and lead Soldiers


o lacks confidence, managerial skills, and ability to make immediate decisions without supervisor guidance


o Soldier's flaccid leadership style degraded squad morale by failing to provide guidance, support, or confidence to his subordinates


o allowed Soldiers to take short cut in training resulting in the first training injury in x years


o training shortcuts resulted in significant equipment damage; greatly reduced the unit’s capacity to conduct its tactical mission


o failed to support chain of command and NCO support channel leading to a toxic environment; lacks the trust of superiors and subordinates


o failed to take responsibility for the actions of Soldiers under his charge; allowed Soldiers to sleep during guard duty


o betrayed the trust and loyalty of peers and subordinates alike by fabricating maintenance records


o demonstrated behavior inconsistent with Army Values by driving under the influence of alcohol with a BAC of 0.08+%


o drinking off-duty with junior Soldiers demonstrated poor judgment inconsistent with Army Values


o failed to conduct proper risk assessments or react when risk factors increased leading to x injured Soldiers





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