But in case you've forgotten just what bullet statement format is and how to write the most effective bullets, we'll go over it again. The bullet statement format is a way to describe an achievement in as few words as possible yet fully explain the accomplishment.
Writing Strong Bullets Most of the time, we don't need help identifying our accomplishments. We know what we do. The trouble is how to make those bullet statements sound good! It's the impact portion of the EPR Bullet, the positive result of an accomplishment, that give us the most frustration.
How do you make "delivered over 10 tons of mail to base facilities" stand out as a superior accomplishment? That is the challenge. The first step in developing strong bullet statements is to think positive! Everybody has their good days and their bad days.
If you don't believe you can be promoted, you almost certainly won't be! You can be promoted!
You will be promoted! I don't think anyone would deny that they'll be promoted eventually. Why can't that sometime be now?
Positive thinking has more effect on your life than most people think. There is not room enough here to thoroughly discuss this vitally important topic but I recommend these old classics, See You at the Top and The Magic of Thinking Big, as required reading.
The job description must describe your most important duties or the EPR will lack impact from the very start. Accomplishments will be listed later in the body of the EPR. Fit in as much as you can beginning with the most important information.
If you supervise troops or perform any supervisory oversight, list those duties first. If the information in this block was prepared by someone else and is not accurate, you can and should change it.
If possible, to make the EPR progressive, try to make the duties described reflect more responsibility and a higher stature than your last EPR. To be effective, EPRs should show growth. They should chronicle the development of a leader and manager.
This EPR should indicate more responsibility and a higher position than the last.Navy Awards. Submitting someone for a medal is one of the most satisfying things a supervisor can do. Not only does it express your appreciation for someone who deserves it, the person who was recommended is happy that someone recognized their efforts and took the time to make the recommendation.
Navy Award Input Examples. Navy . Plenty of achievements and bullet examples by MOS, precedence, and category. Click on the links to produce the DA for you. Thanks for your service and your support. Award Bullets - Color Guard submitted 5 years ago by gwrgwir Poet Laureate Background: I've got a soldier who has been a part of the unit color guard for quite a while now, and he's performed in somewhere around a dozen ceremonies (change of command, change of responsibility, retirements, etc).
MSM for E1 to E4 for end of tour award or ETS award in 2nd ID but the soldiers out in the line units only getting AAM because of written 2nd ID Policy. I guess everyone on division staff was exempt from the CG's policy since they worked directly for him. Sep 01, · Being that I had to fight to get my end of tour award from my previous assignment, which had been arbitrarily downgraded from a JCOM to a JSAM by my NCOIC due to my rank at the time (I had the bullets to support a JCOM, but I was an E4) A little piece of me died that day.
HQ USAF/SG Awards and Decorations Guide. 1 (PCA), extended tour, or posthumously. A recommendation for decoration for an extended tour of meritorious service may be submitted when a member's - Transfer the write-up to the citation, and date the certificate (use the date the special.