Veteran transitioning out of the Marine Corps who balances the necessity
of managing and organizing property to maintain good relations with workflow
and customers. Equally capable of working alone or as a member of a team. Qualifications
Effective Team Leader
Organizational and management skills
0621 Radio Operator , 08/2014
to Current United States Marine Corps – Camp pendleton,
0621 Lead Radio Operator, 06/2016
to 12/2016 United States Marine Corps – Deployment in Djbouti,
Worked in a team of 20 consisting of members from every branch of service.
Facilitated the issuing and accountability of over 2,500
components of tactical equipment over a six-month period. While maintaining 100%
documentation of each component location at any given time, using the Wedge Advanced Software Product.
Assisted the planning of training exercise
providing radio assets, helping plot training field location, conducting site surveys, and giving the convoy briefing.
Fire warden for team's work building, responsibilities consisted of maintaining fire department standards for work filled environment, scheduling monthly inspections, and training coworkers in any changes to the order.
Awarded Joint Service Achievement Medal for the following
Led support efforts for seven East African Response Force exercise monitoring 210 essential communications assets valued at 315,600 dollars.
Shepherded the 514,000 dollar Local Element 10 communications security account, while maintaining 100 percent accountability of 12 controlled cryptographic items.
Forward deployed to Tadjoura, Djibouti as the Civil Affairs Team House Communications Radio Lead, provided uninterrupted radio communication enabling civil affairs mission accomplishment.
High School Diploma: 2013 Western International High School - Detroit,
Communications: Field Radio Operator Course,
August 2014 Field Radio Operators Course - Twentynine Palms,
Communications: Global Broadcast System,
July 2015 Global Broadcast System - Camp Pendelton,