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to think carefully and make a judgment about something
  • Adam's evaluation read, Selected to head a highly successful Counter Narcotics Training mission in Colombia.
    p. 197.5
  • The chiefs of SEAL Team FOUR passed Adam, evaluating him as "one of the hardest workers, a role model, and top performer."
    p. 135.8
  • More official praise thickened the U.S. Navy's file that archived Adam's Enlisted Service Record—evaluations that Adam had signed and Kelley never saw.
    p. 158.8
  • In one of Adam's earliest performance evaluations while in Golf Platoon, Harley wrote: Despite his limited experience, Petty Officer Brown's initiative and determination ensured 100 percent success in his [platoon's] department.
    p. 158.9
  • A lieutenant who was the officer in charge during Adam's first deployment—which included joint training missions with host-nation military in Puerto Rico, Suriname, and St. Croix, and counterdrug missions in Ecuador—described Adam in his next evaluation as "a hard-charging SEAL operator.
    p. 159.6
  • That week, as the bombing campaign continued in Iraq, the master chiefs of SEAL Team TWO conducted an annual closed-door meeting in which they discussed, evaluated, and graded all the enlisted SEALS under their command.
    p. 162.0
  • Adam's superior, another lieutenant, noted in his March 25 evaluation that Adam was a "proven, tactically proficient operator" and that he had been selected as "operator of the quarter" due to his performance while deployed.
    p. 162.1
  • This had been a possibility, he knew, but he'd thought it was a slim one, especially considering his most recent evaluation, based significantly on the training he'd taken part in after his eye injury.
    p. 171.9
  • In the evaluation the master chief had stated that Adam was his "FIRST CHOICE for the toughest jobs."
    p. 172.0
  • Knowing how SEALs operate and with a keen sense for strategy, he "developed a systematic approach for intelligence and operations fusion," wrote his commanding officer in evaluating Adam's performance after the deployment.
    p. 172.8
  • WITH ONLY HALF THE TRAINEES REMAINING, Adam graduated from Green Team in late November 2006, a feat predicted by his chief from SEAL Team TWO six months earlier when he wrote in his final evaluation that Adam was "clearly in the top one percent of the [SEAL] community."
    p. 211.2

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