I served on active duty for the U.S. Army from 2009 -2012 including my 16 week initial military training. I was trained to drive and operate armored trucks and use basic computer skills to navigate and analyze routes and terrain. I learned to work as a team and an individual with diverse communities of people and pay attention to details closely in high stress environments while working very efficiently. I also served in Afghanistan from 2011-2012. During my time over seas, I mainly assisted in navigation of routes and shipping equipment and personnel in a timely manner. Also while over seas, I worked in a cargo shipping yard for containers. I was trained in unloading, loading, and preparing containers for shipment as well as assisting in tracking the containers movement on a timed schedule.
I received two early promotions recommended by peers due to high rate of learning and leadership progress shown through high quality of work.
Basic duties for a Cavalry Scout include driving and basic maintenance of trucks and track vehicles, also maintain security and handling multiple weapons systems. Scouts have to be able to operate basic electronics such as radios and GPS systems used to gather, analyze, and report information about people's dispositions and equipment. Other responsibilities include, collecting data for travel efficiency along roads and bridges, looking for dangerous or suspicious activity by foot patrolling, also working alone or in small groups with little to no supervision to follow through with detailed tasks in a timely manner.
High School Diploma
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