AMPHIBIOUS TRAINING TANK MANAGER October 2011 to CurrentUNITED STATES MARINE CORPS - Camp Pendleton, California
Trained in safety, efficiency and combat readiness of the Officers and Marines assigned to the Company.
Selected and formation of task organized detachments to Combat Engineer Companies as required.
Planned, coordinated, and directed, the tactical employment of subordinate units.
Evaluated intelligence, estimated the operational situation, and formulated, coordinated, and executed appropriate plans for combat engineer missions.
Effectively organized, prepared, and employed of all weapons and equipment in order to accomplish the company's mission in preparation for a combat deployment.
Organized, prepared and employed as well as provided maintenance oversight and accountability for all company weapons and equipment.
Implemented a challenging and realistic training program in order to improve unit and individual levels of proficiency and advised the Battalion Commander on issues relating to the company's employment.
Successfully planned, tasked and supervised all logistics, developments, and operations within the company.
March 2011 to October 2011INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER- Sangin, Helmand Province
Commanded and operated a small team of Marines tasked with advising an Afghan National Army Battalion.
Conducted counter-insurgency operations in a hostile environment and continuously evaluated and improved the proficiency and overall performance of the Marines within the Advisor Team.
Advised and mentored an Afghan Battalion Commander on how to employ his Engineer, Explosive Ordinance Disposal, Reconnaissance and Artillery Companies during combat operations.
Successfully completed a second operational deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan.
Effectively led, managed, and trained the Marines and Sailors of an Afghan National Army Advisor Team in order to be self-sufficient during combat operations.
Operated independently from other Coalition Force units.
Built relations, lived with and mentored an Afghan National Army Battalion Commander during high tempo combat operations in a volatile environment.
Led and advised an Afghan National Army Lieutenant Colonel in all logistical and warfighting functions in order to establish and maintain his independence from Coalition Forces.
Inspected, inventoried, and maintained accountability of over $6M worth of weapons, optics, vehicles, and serialized equipment.
Awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for superior performance in duties in a combat zone.
July 2010 to March 2011INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER - Camp Pendleton, California
Assisted the Company Commander in the training and development of the Officers and Marines assigned to the Company.
Served as the Company Training Officer and was responsible for the development of medium and long range training plans.
Organized, prepared and employed as well as provided maintenance oversight and accountability for all Company weapons and equipment.
Developed a training plan to accomplish Company individual and collective training goals for in accordance with the tenets of the Pre-deployment Training Program (PTP).
Took the lead for the preparation of the Company for training at the Mountain Warfare Training Center and for the development of collective training at this venue.
Conducted liaison and planning with 1st Battalion, 25th Marines in order to build a requested survivability project as a training opportunity.
Supervised the construction of a Combat Outpost that facilitated Company PTP requirements.
Coordinated with Heavy Equipment and Motor Transport Platoons, adjacent companies and the Battalion Operations section in order to facilitate Engineer Operations for the Battalion.
Managed $2.3M of weapons/equipment as Responsible Officer for the Company's inventory.
Assisted the Company Commander and First Sergeant in the selection and formation of task organized detachments to Combat Engineer Companies.
Platoon Sergeant March 2010 to July 2010Camp Pendleton, California
Processed requests in support of Afghan National Security Force (ANSF) for infrastructure developments within the First Marine Division (Forward) battle space.
Maintained records of all requests submitted and reconciled projects with supporting agencies and subordinate unit Contracting Officer Representatives on a regular basis in order to provide accurate and timely development of contracts and construction efforts.
Compile and maintain a database of infrastructure development functions with all pertinent information in order to provide visibility of projects and statuses and enhance unity of effort within the G-3 ANSF staff and with supportive units.
Effectively monitored infrastructure development contracts for all Task Force MSEs and successfully supported the tactical level efforts of Advisor Teams to improve Afghan Army and Police facilities.
Conducted mission essential site surveys in extremely dangerous regions to refine plans to develop Afghan National Police Precincts and Sub-Stations.
Maintained detailed records of facility related projects and conducted thorough reconciliations with outside agencies in order to ensure development plans moved forward in a timely manner.
Developed comprehensive knowledge of activities that affected infrastructure development and educated subordinate units in order to enhance their knowledge and effectiveness.
Diligently maintained relationships with key supporting agencies, local vendors and adjacent military units which ensured the success of the Task Force Leatherneck ANSF Infrastructure Development program.
Generated more than $20M of contracted resources in support of the top priority, ANSF Development and produced tangible results that positively influenced the development of security forces in the most kinetic environment in Afghanistan.
Red Cross Life Guard, AED, CPR, First Aid, Blood Bourne Pathogens, and Oxygen administration American Heart CPR/AED; Formal Schools Management Course; Formal Schools Instructor/ Senior Schools Instructor Course; Certified Armed Protection Specialist Course; Pashtun and Arabic Language Training; Counter Radio- IED, Electronic Warfare course; Kuwait, January 2010 Helicopter Rope Suspension Techniques Master course; Tactical Site Exploitation course; Infantry Squad Leaders Course; HMMWV Egress Assistance Trainer Instructor Course; Naval First Responder Course; Naval Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosive Course; Advanced Urban Combat Course; Non-Lethal Weapons and Riot Control Course; Combat Life Saver Course : PresentUniversity of Maryland University College - Adelphi, MDGPA: GPA: 4.00GPA: 4.00
2005Marine Security Forces School - Chesapeake, VAA course that provides Infantry Marines the skills and tactics needed in order to serve in a Security Forces Battalion. Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry; Camp Geiger, NC, 2005 A twelve-week course designed to train and educates advanced infantry tactics before entering the Fleet Marine Force. US Marine Corps Recruit Training; MCRD Parris Island, SC, 2004 A twelve-week course designed to instill discipline. This training prepares enlisted Marines for further training. BRADLEY-MORRIS, INC.
Combat Veteran with 8 years and 7 months honorable military service. Squad Leader of U.S. Marines on multiple deployments to include Afghanistan and served on U.S. Marine Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team. A diligent worker with combat leadership experience, small team management, advising, strategic planning, and accustomed to a high stress environments.
MARINE INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER
Combat Veteran with 8 years and 7 months honorable military service. Squad Leader of U.S. Marines on multiple deployments to include Afghanistan and served on U.S. Marine Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team. A diligent worker with combat leadership experience, small team management, advising, strategic planning, and accustomed to a high stress environments. Currently holds a US Government Secret Security Clearance.