I am currently employed as a state police officer enforcing alcohol and narcotics laws for the State of Alabama. I have been concurrently been serving in the military reserves. I started my military career in the Marine Corps reserves in a field artillery unit rising to the rank of E-5 as a gun section chief. I switch over to the national guard to pursue a career in aviation. As a Blackhawk Pilot, I have been promoted to Pilot in Command and the Company Aviation Safety Officer. I am also in the process of pursuing a masters degree in Occupational Health and Safety.
Currently Have 1000 hours total time in a UH-60 A/L. Was Promoted to Pilot in Command in the Iraq Theater in 2011. Was promoted to company aviation safety officer and attended the US Army Aviation Safety Officer Course in 2013
StateAgent charged with the enforcement of alcohol and narcotics criminal violations for the state of Alabama. As an agent, my duties include investigations that require the management of informants, gathering evidence to provide probable cause for alcohol and narcotics search warrants, collection and processing of evidence for presentation in criminal prosecutions.
General enforcement of state and local laws. Founding member of the department SWAT team
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