Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) announced the selection of Aviation Electronics Technician 1st Class Angelica M. Llamas as the NETC staff FY-19 1st Quarter Sailor of the Quarter (SOQ), Feb. 4.
Llamas, a native of Fort Worth, Texas, and 2007 North Side High School graduate, is assigned to the NETC N3 Supply Chain Operations directorate in Millington, Tennessee. She is part of the team that takes Sailors from “street to fleet” by transforming civilians into highly skilled, operational, and combat-ready warfighters, as well as providing the tools and opportunities for continuous learning and development.
As lead aviation accession detailer, Llamas managed and distributed 3,045 accession orders during the quarter placing Sailors for nine aviation ratings in their first commands, while managing an $859,000 permanent change of station budget.
She also served as the technical advisor to the rating assignment officer and the aviation enlisted community managers performing validation and correction of 12 standard operating procedures, critical in the development of the order writing process transformation within My Navy Career Center, the 24/7 customer service center for Navy pay and personnel services.
“Petty Officer Llamas displays an unmatched level of professionalism and leadership above and beyond her peers,” said Kent Miller, NETC N3 director. “She makes a difference every day in one of those behind-the-scenes jobs that has a tremendous impact on new Sailors as they are preparing to join the Fleet for the first time.”
She also has supported N3 Sailors as their command career counselor, command financial specialist, and volunteer coordinator. In addition to her duties and leadership roles, she is involved with CPO 360, a year-long program designed to ensure the Chiefs Mess and first class petty officers are continually and steadily developing to succeed in future leadership positions, and the Naval Support Activity Mid-South First Class Petty Officer Association.
“Great things are never done by one person,” said Llamas. “They're done by a team of people. My success and accomplishments are directly correlated to the hard work the people of N3 put forth every day. I am very proud to be selected for SOQ but more importantly to be a part of a great team.”
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