Army NCO helps to build Soldier Safety
Muzzle brakes are coupled to the ends of the barrels of some pistols and rifles, and howitzers, To
help control recoil in so doing improve accuracy.
"in advance, It was difficult to remove the muzzle brake that often can seize up in varying
climate conditions, informed me Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Steve Murphy, Armament supervisor.
"to it, military would often take a sledgehammer to the muzzle brake,
The 36 year old Todd designed and fabricated the removal tool after watching soldiers struggle with
a seized up muzzle brake. He describes his discovery as basically a round steel
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notched end that attaches to the muzzle brake. The tool is useful to turn it.
reading Soldiers Ideas
"Sergeant Todd has shown how a soldier can improve a process for the complete Army, And his
leadership has shown us a great example of how to be your soldiers ideas and help them implement
positive changes, cited Army Maj. gen. rich J. Hayes, Adjutant general of the Illinois domestic
Todd is assigned to Bravo Company, 935th Aviation Support Battalion at Chicago Midway international
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parts for military vehicles and electronics.
His muzzle brake removal invention was the first digital camera that he has designed and fabricated
himself, But he has also made modifications to automotive tools that allow for the replacement of
certain parts and decrease involving damaging those parts during repair.
"Various units throughout Illinois contact our department trying to possible changes to issued
equipment that will meet their specific needs, Todd understood. "or, I endeavor to go above and
beyond to make that happen for them,
launched in 1981 in Decatur, illinois, Todd but bear in mind considers La Porte, indy, His back
home. He graduated from Oak Hill high school graduation, Oak hillside, arkansas, In 1999 and earned
a bachelor degree in the arts and graphics in 2005 from Shawnee State University in Portsmouth,
Family Legacy of navy Service
Following in the footsteps of his grandfathers who served in world war II and his three uncles who
later served in the Army, Todd moved into the Army in 2007.
His first plan was with a combat engineer unit in Ashland, Kentucky. His jobs in the Army have too
combat engineer, Military cop, Wheeled vehicle repair shop and allied trades machinist/welder.
Todd considers selfless service an important Army value. "Each soldier should also be willing
to put his own needs and wants last, Without seeking recognize for what he does or sacrifices, he
thinks the key to being a good leader is knowing "The ins and outs" Of his or her chosen
field and having the option to impart that knowledge. He advises anyone looking to join the Army to
have a sound reason and purpose for doing so and "Never lose sight of their own purpose or
Todd great wife, Amy, Were married in 2008 and maintain three girls: Izabella, Marisa, and as well
Alexis. Todd said he admires his pop for "Setting one good example for me to strive to be what
I am today,
Todd hopes eventually to retire as a chief bring about officer and plans, As a private, To use his
skills to continue to improve and benefit the Army.