Military professional with experience in team management and supply management. Effectively managed more than $100 million in equipment. Highly motivated, effective communicator and problem solver who successfully served in the United States Army for 6years and 2months and completed 2 combat tours. Works well with team members and groups from diverse backgrounds.
Awarded the ArmyAchievement Medal in 2007 & 2008, Awarded the Army Commendation Medal in 06-08, 09-10 & 05-10, Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Iraq campaign Medal w/3 Stars, Army Good Conduct Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (2), Maintained 100% accountability of a large section of equipment worth over $100,000 during multiple overseas deployments.
Various jobs and duties listed below
Maintained and tracked all work orders for upkeep of airfield, In charge of tracking supplies distributed throughout the brigade, Worked closely with civilian contractors and Army Corps of Engineers to insure proper maintenance and upkeep of facilities.
Maintained records of P.O.L. (Petroleum, Oil and Lubricants) being issued and received threw out the Squadron. Also maintained 2 fuel truck's and supervised soldiers.
Patrolled areas and allowed restricted area access for authorized personnel. Supervised operation and organizational maintenance of weapons systems and specialized equipment.Located and disabled improvised explosive devices (IEDs).Conducted over 100 combat patrols to ensure the safety of other fellow soldiers, some patrols were also combined with local Iraqi police and military to conduct proper and Lawful raids.
Maintained records of fuel being received and issued threw out the 4-9 squadron worth over $100,000. Properly maintained personal equipment and trucks issued to me. Squad leader to 3 soldiers. Made sure my soldiers properly issued and received fuel as well as proper care and use of equipment and personal equipment, also insured soldiers safety.
squad leader to 2 soldiers. In charge of maintaining records of P.O.L. (Petroleum, Oil & Lubricants) being issued threw out the Brigade worth over $1 million, also over 600,000 gallons of fuel issued and received.
Anti-terrorism educational training and pre-deployment certification programs.Receiving and distributing petroleum threw out the squadron. Properly prepared and trained for deployment.
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