Highly motivated Special Operations Ranger with 6 years of experience in targeting, planning and apprehending high value individuals including site investigation and detainee processing in a complex and dynamic environment.
Top Secret/Secret Compartmentalized Information security clearance
Infiltration and exfiltration by land, sea and air
Combat training , Mountaineering, Land Navigation, Survival training and Survival outdoor skills
Biometrics collection expert
Trained in defensive tactics
Strong work ethic
Interview and Interrogation Training
Army Ranger, 04/2011
to Current United States Army – Fort Lewis,
Numerous awards and achievements to include the Combat Infantryman Badge, the Ranger tab, the Bronze Star Medal, four Army Commendation Medals, two Army Achievement Medals, one Joint Service Achievement Medal and two Army Good Conduct Medals for exemplary service throughout five combat deployments to Afghanistan.
Supervised a 10 man Direct Action Special Operations Raid team.
Directly participated in targeting and apprehension of High Value Individuals.
Extensively trained in Sensitive Site Exploitation and collection of incriminating materials.
Trained in battlefield interrogation and tactical questioning.
Developed and implemented a marksmanship training path that enabled participants to become expert rated on multiple weapon systems.
Master rated in ballistic, thermal, mechanical and explosive breaching.
to 04/2011 Professional Medical Transport – Tempe,
Provided and directed fast, efficient Advanced Life Support to the ill and injured utilizing all basic and advanced abilities and techniques, including the placement of peripheral, central and intra-osseous lines, esophageal obturator airways, endo-tracheal intubations, cardiac monitoring and EKG interpretations, defibrillation, and cardio version.
Recognized a medical emergency and made reasonable and acceptable differential diagnosis.
Performed critical physical examinations.
Anticipated potentially life-threatening occurrences of non-cardiac emergencies and instituted appropriate emergency therapy essential for the preservation of life.
Dealt with medical and emotional needs of any victim of acute illness or injury with the goal of reducing mortality.
Responsible for managing and directing all first responders at the scene of a medical emergency such as QRUs, Police Departments, and EMTs.
Wildland Firefighter, 05/2007
to 09/2011 United States Forest Service – Prescott,
Seasonal full-time GS position during the summer months of fire season.
Assisted other federal and state agencies with prescribed burning and wildfire suppression.
Constructed fire line to prevent spread of fire
Collaborated with other firefighters as a member of a firefighting crew
Participated in briefings and debriefings
Master of Science: Homeland Security and Terrorism,
Current Long Island University - Riverhead,
Bachelor of Science: Biological Sciences,
2009 Arizona State University - Tempe,
Work Related Schools
US Army Ranger School - Mountains phase honor graduate
Basic Leadership Course - Commandants List
Advanced Leadership Course - Distinguished Honor Graduate, Distinguished Leadership Award
US Army Jumpmaster School - Senior Rated
Regimental Master Breacher Course
Advanced Marksmanship Instructor Course
Joint Special Operations Command Battlefield Interrogation/Tactical Questioning Course