AWARDS AND RECOGNITION: Legion of Merit Medal (1) Bronze Star Medal (3) Defense Meritorious Service Medal (1) Meritorious Service Medal (3) Army Commendation Medal (5) Joint Service Achievement Medal (2) Army Achievement Medal (6) Good Conduct Medal (9) Joint Meritorious Unit Award (1) Meritorious Unit Commendation (1) Army Superior Unit Award (1) Mechanic Badge, Drivers Badge, Sergeant Audie Murphy Club Member, Disabled American Veterans' Member
Responsible for managing, training, and human resource support to over 800 personnel. Responsible for the health, welfare, housing and security of 350 personnel. Managed several buildings with a maximum occupancy of 800 personnel; responsible for the upkeep, public works, utility work orders, security, lighting, landscaping, and utilization rates. Supervised daily work activities of 800 personnel, such as: administrative, supply accountability and equipment maintenance services.
Served as a Liaison to the I Corps Assistant Chief of Staff and as Joint Forces Command (Iraq) Senior Enlisted Advisor. Heavily involved in the analysis,collection, assessment and impact of recalled Individual Soldier safety gear that affected the day-to-day operations of 36K personnel. Conducted over 45 inspections of maintenance and organization's day-to-day operations; identified cost effective measures, OSHA compliance, occupational hazards, training deficiencies, and methods to reduce costs while improving efficiency. Approving Official that certified purchases of supplies and equipment worth over $400K with zero discrepancies. Developed distribution plans of clothing, safety gear and other critical equipment for 150K personnel. Conducted vendor boards and a key player in 20K pair of upgraded eye wear being requisitioned valued at $1.2 million. Provided keen oversight of new clothing and equipment fielding and a Central Issuing Facility, that supported over 36K personnel. Assisted in the management of 8,000 commercial vehicles, to include: service schedules & service contracts, proper disposition of damaged vehicles, cost estimates for repairs, and re-distribution plans. Managed budget of official travel valued at $280K annually.
Monitored multiple maintenance programs, developed Standard Operating Procedures, and monitored the readiness of the Army's largest and most diverse transportation brigade. Provided oversight of a maintenance facility construction project worth $1.6 million. Supervised the day-to-day operations of 400 maintenance and support personnel. Managed a vehicle fleet consisting of 5,278 pieces of equipment valued at $350 million. Tracked the statuses of 4,000 critical repair parts which significantly reduced equipment down time by 22%. Recovered over $3 million in reimbursable maintenance cost.
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