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This page started at readers' request. We don't have any examples of civilian annual appraisals (AF Form 860A) or Civilian Progress Review Worksheet (AF Form 860B) and welcome contributions. Whatever we receive will be posted on this page until we get enough material to start organizing it. Thanks for your contributions.






-He places organizational needs ahead of personal convenience, often working though break and lunch to complete work in a timely manner.

-Mr. Smith's contributions to the 2013 Nuclear Operational Readiness Inspection ensured the 452 Maintenance an “Excellent Rating”.

-Mr. Smith is highly involved proactive member of the units retirement program make certain every detail is covered

-Mr. Smith expertly trouble and repaired an elusive Electronic TACS malfunction 62-3553 in only 30 minutes returning the ACFT to FMC after extended down time.

-He is qualified in all Guidance &Control systems, as well as Crew Chief Cross trained for TDY’s /Alerts

-Unit Product Quality Deficiency Reporting Monitor proceed $30K in contracted warranty items

-Mr Esquivel plays a valuable role as the unit's Self Aid and Buddy Care program as manager

-Mr. Smith was recognized as Wage grade employee of the year for March ARB 2012

-Always ready to step up to cover short notice and back to back TDY's

-He readily leads others and actively participates in launching, recovering and inspections of aircraft

-He is a talented asset to the unit, and a go to technician for less knowledgeable members

-Mr. Smith has developed a streamlined process for completing shift turn over within his shop

-He created several post deployment financial reimbursements worksheets

-Nuclear certified equipment monitor guaranteed Zero Defects in wing weapons safety inspection

-He always ready to step up and help other shops get the job done

-Constantly a go to technician for hydraulic system information across the maintenance group

-Mr. Smith identified a CFETP defect, corrected the issue and rebuilt the shop MTP in minimal time prior to two major inspections

-Mr. Smith lead unit in boom nozzle and ice shield rebuild on ACFT 57-1459

-Always ready to step up to cover short notice and back to back TDY's

-He readily leads others and actively participates in launching, recovering and inspections of aircraft

-Mr. Smith is a true asset to the unit, providing top notch knowledge, talent, and expertise!










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