Face of Defense: Marine NCO Keeps Records, Shop in Shape
By Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Unique Roberts
2nd Marine Aircraft Wing
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION CHERRY POINT, N.C., Nov. 29, 2013 The administrative specialists who oversee Marines’ administrative readiness do so with no time to waste.
Marine Corps Cpl. Jedidiah L. Sinsheimer, an administration specialist, prepares proficiency and conduct records for a Marine assigned to the 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense Battalion on Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Nov. 19, 2013. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Unique Roberts
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Tracking records, pay issues and promotion eligibility is a vital task important to all Marines.
As the noncommissioned officer in charge of his section here, Marine Corps Cpl. Jedidiah L. Sinsheimer, with the 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense Battalion, oversees Marines within his section ensuring they perform to set standards while maintaining promotion records and battalion orders.
Sinsheimer, who hails from Denver, enjoys every aspect of his job. He employs his love for the job to help him excel.
As part of his duties, Sinsheimer tracks and supports the administrative needs of each Marine assigned to 2nd LAAD.
He said one of the biggest challenges of his job is managing separate tasks at the same time.
Sinsheimer said he likes to socialize with friends and set personal and professional goals during his off-duty time.
Setting his eyes on the future, Sinsheimer plans to continue advancing in his professional career.
“Although I’m not at work, I’m still striving to become a better Marine,” Sinsheimer said. “One of my goals is to make it to sergeant before the end of my enlistment.”
Sinsheimer said that he is happy to have his job and wouldn't trade it for anything.