Solutions-focused, versatile management professional offering a comprehensive background supporting U.S. military operations in roles of increasing responsibility during a 22-year career in the United States
Coast Guard] Effective communicator who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results.
7 Good Conduct rewards in 22 years of service.
Graduated Chief's Academy
Boat Forces Operations Insignia 03/08/2001
CG Cutterman Insignia 04/18/2006
Global War Terror Service Medal 03/12/2005
CG Achievement Medal 06/15/2009
CG Unit Commendation Ribbon 10/19/1994
CG Unit Commendation Ribbon 09/23/2009
CG Rifle Sharpshooter Ribbon 07/28/1992
CG Pistol Marksman Ribbon 07/27/1992
CG Meritorious Team Comm Ribbon 09/25/1998
CG Comdt Ltr of Comm Ribbon 07/10/1995
CG Comdt Ltr of Comm Ribbon 03/23/2004
CG Comdt Ltr of Comm Ribbon 6/01/2007
CG "E" Ribbon 08/02/1994
National Defense Service Medal 08/03/1992
National Defense Service Medal 05/15/2002
Humanitarian Service Medal 12/11/1992
Humanitarian Service Medal 03/21/1995
CG Special Ops Service Ribbon 01/18/2005
CG Presidential Unit Citation CGHQ 05/25/2006
CG Sea Service Ribbon 02/18/1994
CG Sea Service Ribbon 04/18/2005
CG Sea Service Ribbon 06/20/2010
CG Good Conduct Medal 06/21/1995
CG Good Conduct Medal 06/21/1998
CG Good Conduct Medal 06/21/2001
CG Good Conduct Medal 06/21/2004
CG Good Conduct Medal 06/21/2007
CG Good Conduct Medal 06/21/2010
CG Good Conduct Medal 06/21/2013
DOT Outstanding Unit Award 11/03/1994
Reviewed and edited correspondence prior to release and submission for signature.
Coordinated port visits and fleet operations domestically.
Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on engineering qualification, damage control qualifications, and safety training.
Evaluated units on Readiness for operations.
Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments.
Managed receipt, storage and issue of parts and equipment.
Patrolled areas and allowed restricted area access for authorized personnel.
Coordinated training schedules and filed crucial administrative paperwork.
Completed multiple fire prevention safety training.
Seized and secured numerous narcotics.
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As one of the Coast Guard's largest ratings, Machinery Technician (MK)
offers opportunities for assignment at every Coast Guard cutter, boat,
and shore station. MKs are trained not only as technicians, but as
managers and leaders --- acquiring a breadth of knowledge in all areas
of machinery operation and maintenance from internal combustion engines
(gas/diesel gas turbines) to environmental support systems
(heating/ventilations/air conditioning), hydraulics, basic electricity,
and areas of hazardous material recovery and control.
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