Frank Marlow, a MSEL Writer with the Seabee Staff Training Program in Little Creek, Va , was recognized as the Mobius Employee of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of 2012 during a ceremony held aboard Little Creek on 05 March 2013.
Frank Marlow joined the Mobius team in February 2010 as a MSEL Writer. He served as both a MSEL Writer and a MSEL analyst in out Exercise Control Group during exercises. During the Unit Lead Training and Readiness Assessment for the 30th Naval Construction Regiment, Mr. Marlow created the final game play days and injects that nested with an expansion of EXERCISE SABLE HAMMER, which was the first such expansion of its kind. He has additionally worked to create numerous MSEL injects in support of the future expansion of the Certification Exercise for EXERCISE SABLE HAMMER, which is also the first of its kind. His noteworthy performance during this period greatly enhanced the ability of the team to execute exercise days across all of our functional areas. Additionally, Frank served as a battalion and Regimental-level analyst facilitating the higher headquarters task and Fragmentary Orders trackers. Such efforts enabled the Exercise Control Group and analyst to synchronize evaluation efforts and offer timely and honest feedback to the uniformed customer during exercises. His overall efforts on capture management of tasks during exercises were a significant force multiplier in delivering accurate and relevant feedback that improved the overall training and performance of the uniformed customer. Mr. Marlow is consistently committed to going above and beyond to meet the needs of the team and customer, and has been an integral part of the team’s overall successful efforts to foster process improvement.
As a valued member of the Mobius team, Frank has displayed the innovation, hard work, and dedication necessary for team success, and is in keeping with Mobius’ Shared Values of Earning Customer Loyalty, Teamwork, Integrity, and Respect.
From left to right: Mark Haney, Michael Reinke, Toby Hale, Frank Marlow, Mary Martin, John Miles, Stephen Castora, and Paul Cooper.