I joined the USMC in April of 1999. My MOS was 2141, which is an AAV Mechanic. I was promoted to RAM/RS Chief, dealing with many supply sited jobs such as transporting tanks for refitting, record keeping, and liaison with third party companies for arrival times/dates for supplies, among many others. After my combat tour in Iraq February 2003-September 2003, I EOS'ed in April of 2004 with an honorable discharge. I chose to take a two year sabbatical for two years.
I was hired as a teacher in a private school, The Good Shepard Church of God School, in 2006. I taught multiple subjects including Economics, History, and P.E. I left the school in 2008 to pursue a career in Law Enforcement.
I began working with GEO Group in 2008 to present, where upon I became a certified Correctional Officer.
My job assignments include, care custody and control of inmates, record keeping.
Accountable for over 25 million dollars in USMC equipment
Led a cross-functional logistics team for procurement of essential equipment, supplies and transportation.
Recipient of the Combat Action Ribbon.
Recipient of the Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal.
Recipient of the Presidential Unit Citation.
And the recipient of the following: Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, National Defense Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Certificate of Accommodation, Meritorious Mast, Letter of Appreciation, Rifle Qualification Badge ( Expert Third Award), Pistol Qualification Badge
( sharp shooter).
As AAV technician I performed mechanical and hull duties incident to inspection, maintenance, and repair of the AAV's. As RAM/RS Chief I supervised the parts removal from the AAV's, logging numerous into our databases and setting up dates and times for transportation of the AAV's
Developed interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
Routinely met with students' parents regarding in-class issues and learning interruptions to discuss solutions.
Used variety of teaching techniques to encourage student critical thinking and discussion in World History course.
Monitored inmate behavior to prevent crime, escape attempts and other dangerous activities.
Implemented defensive tactics and physical restraints to maintain the safety and security of personnel and the general public.
Safely transported inmates to and from other facilities
Maintained daily logs of shift activity.
Maintained correct physical head count at all times.
Received property from incoming inmates, provided receipts and inspected items for contraband.
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