Bachelor's of Science Degree (Mechanical Engineering, with Honors), United States Military Academy, 2007. GPA: 3.64
Commander in an MRAP equipped, motorized Combined Arms Battalion assigned to the Army Evaluation Task Force mission while training for combat operations. Responsible for the tactical employment, training, morale, discipline, quality of life, and readiness of 156 Soldiers and their families. Trains, tests, and evaluates networks, capability packages, adaptive and core capabilities under tough, realistic combat scenarios. Provides feedback on refinements to doctrine, tactics, techniques, and procedures to support new capabilities and concepts. Responsible for the maintenance, and accountability of all MTO&E and prototype equipment valued in excess of $90 million.
Led Company through two 30 day exercises replicating combat operations in Afghanistan completing over twenty missions resulting in 100% mission success. Managed new equipment training resulting in 70 Soldiers completing a total of 632 hours; allowed quality feedback on 10 systems under evaluation. Provided detailed evaluations of 10 different network systems.
Responsible for developing and implementing training for 120 Officer Candidates per class. Responsible for training and developing Officer Candidates in leadership, values, skills, attributes, and actions essential to junior officers.
Top rated officer in the company. Candid and professional feedback used as a sounding board by commander. Set the example in personal development by graduating air assault and Ranger schools. Voted Training Officer of the Cycle by class 009-10.
Platoon leader of an 18-man heavy weapons platoon. Responsible for training to support Battalion operations with direct fire capable of destroying all known armor vehicles. Responsible for the maintenance and accountability of all equipment valued in excess of $3 million.
Best platoon leader in the company. Demonstrated ability to succeed at multiple tasks. Demonstrated ability to quickly understand a problem and develop a lasting sustainable solution.
Liaison Officer of an 811-Soldier Infantry Battalion responsible for planning, synchronizing, and resourcing all Battalion training and operations with parent, adjacent, and subordinate units as well as external agencies.
Performed admirably in a job that places a premium on interpersonal skills. Ably represented the Battalion in all Brigade level meetings and planning sessions. Demonstrated superior work ethic and organizational skills.
Responsible for training , deploying, commanding, and controlling a 39-man rifle platoon organized into three rifle squads and a weapons squad. Responsible for the maintenance and accountability of all Platoon equipment valued in excess of $1 million.
Demonstrated constant creative problem solving and the ability to adapt. Executed complex operations independently. Showed peer leadership and acted as a team player. Led over 30 combined patrols to disrupt enemy operations in a historically active area.
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