March 16, 2002 to March 15, 2003

Posted in Military Performance Evaluations

EVALUATION REPORT
3/16/02 to 3/15/03

Paul E. Savage, LCDR, USN
USS Rhode Island SSBN-740(G)


  • Paygrade: E5
  • Professional knowledge: 4
  • Quality of work: 4
  • Equal opportunity: 4
  • Military bearing / Character: 4
  • Personal job accomplishment / Initiative: 4
  • Teamwork: 4
  • Leadership: 4
  • Individual trait average: 4
  • Promotion recommendation: Must Promote

Refit-1, Strategic Deterrent Patrol-4, Refit Support-3, Pre-patrol Training-4. Completed Tactical Readiness Evaluation, Operational Reactor Safeguards Examination, Supply Management Inspection. Awarded the COMSUBRON TWENTY Tactical “T” and Deck Seamanship “D”.

PRI: NAV ET-12. Responsible for the safe operation and navigation of a TRIDENT II SSBN, and maintenance of ship control and navigation equipment.

COLL: Ship’s ISA/LAN Admin-12, Dept DCPO-12, Commercial Navigation Electronics-12

WATCH: Nav Watch-12, Below Decks-12, AEF-12, BCEF-12, Duty ET-12, POOD-12, Topside Sentry-12


Petty Officer Osterday is a true professional and model Sailor. He excelled in all assignments and demonstrated a level of judgement and maturity far above that of his peers. Specific accomplishments include:

•  Superb watchstander. Selected as Battle Stations Missile Nav Watch for his knowledgeable recommendations and forceful backup. Directly improved the performance of the Battle Stations Navigation Team.

•  Self-starter. Dedicated ISA/LAN Administrator. Spent numerous off-duty hours maintaining and upgrading the two shipboard LANs, often requiring interface with external organizations.

•  As Dept DCPO, he ensured 100% material readiness of all damage control equipment while training junior personnel on proper damage control response and equipment operation.

Petty Officer Osterday’s performance was consistently superb. He is highly recommended for advancement to Petty Officer First Class and programs leading to a commission.


Community involvement: Provided 300 hours of community service with emergency radio communications as a licensed Amateur Radio Operator

Awards: Good Conduct Medal; National Defense Service Medal