Decorated 8 year active duty Soldier serving as a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Specialist. Responsible for planning
and implementing operational contingencies for 42 Soldiers; develops and
supervises equipment fielding and training; responsible for the
accountability, professional development, training, counseling, morale, health
and welfare of Soldiers and their Families; maintains the serviceability,
accountability, and readiness of all assigned support equipment valued in
excess of $200,000.
I also provide training classes, advice, and
supervision regarding the basic operational use and maintenance procedures for
NBC equipment and chemical operations, and partake in planning operations for
the projected forces, provisions acquisition, soldier services, training, and
Combat Lifesaver Qualified
Certified as a Level 3
Hazardous Materials Technician
Substance Abuse Unit Prevention Leader Certified
Over 20 hours of training in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and Microsoft Office
Expert shooter for the
for M4-Experienced at maintaining Weapons and equipment.
Expert in Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and
Nuclear Operations, Primarily Mass Casualty Decontamination
Earned an Army Achievement Medal by being recognized as the top Gold Star Family Escort during the 1st Infantry Division's September 11th Ceremony of Remembrance.
With very little formal training, accountable for over $1.7 million of organizational property during rear detachment operations to include the reintergrating over 1100 Soldiers for a successful redeployment.
Established and implemented the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives program from the ground up. Received a commendable rating for the Brigade's Inspector General's Inspection, with being one of the best inspectable area's within the Battalion.
Dedicated 98 hours of volunteer work during the course of two weeks serving as a conduit to build and reinforce strong working relationship between the United States and 10 other countries earning the Volunteer Service Ribbon on top of being recognized as the volunteer of the month on the Clay Kaserne installation in Wiesbaden, Germany.
10 Certificates of Achievement
5 Army Achievement Medals
3 Army Commendation Medals
2 Army Service Ribbons
1 Over-Seas Ribbon
1 Volunteer Service Ribbon
01/2016 to Current
CBRN Non Commissioned Officer707th OD CO (EOD) － Fort Lewis, Washington
Chemical, Biological, Radiation and Nuclear (CBRN) NCO in support of a 38 Soldier Explosive Ordnance Disposal
(EOD) Company in direct support of 707th OD CO (EOD); provides training, advice, and supervision regarding proper
use and procedures for all CBRN operations at company separate level; accountable for $300,789.60 of CBRN
equipment and administrative assets; responsible for the supervision, combat training, discipline, safety, health and
welfare of 10 Soldiers.
Earned a promotion stationed here.
05/2015 to 12/2015
Training Room SupervisorAlpha Company － Wiesbaden, Germany
Company CBRN and Training Room NCO in charge for a Command Aviation Company in a Theater General Support Aviation Battalion providing air assault and general aviation support to NATO, ECOM, USAREUR, and Distinguished Visitors throughout the European Area of Responsibility; responsible for the accountability of awards, personnel actions, taskings, and training, statistical data of 60 Soldiers; directly responsible for the professional development, health and welfare of one Soldier; responsible for developing, motivating, and integrating specific physical readiness training regiments into Soldiers' duty days to achieve a passing physical fitness scores.
Earned a promotable status here.
12/2012 to 04/2015
Training Room SupervisorHHC － Wiesbaden, GermanyServed as the Company CBRN NCOIC and Training Room NCOIC within a Theater General Support Aviation Battalion, with a primary mission of providing support to United States Army Europe's senior leadership, subordinate commands, and listing dignitaries; provides accountability and tracking for all awards, personnel actions, tastings, and training statistical data; manages administrative and Soldier files; maintains accountability for all training room assigned communication and automation equipment valued at $450,000; directly responsible for the professional development, health and welfare of three Soldiers.
10/2009 to 10/2012
CBRN SpecialistHHC － Fort Riley, KS
Assigned to serve as the Unit's Armorer and Supply NCO which is working outside of my primary job. Built products and turned in excess equipment saving the Army over $550,000 as the Unit prepared for the Joint Readiness Training Center and a deployment to Iraq.
Earned two promotions and a promotable status stationed here.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Arts: Criminal JusticeAmerican Military University － Charles Town, West Virginia
Leader DevelopmentAdvance Leaders Course － Fort Leonard Wood, MO