Experienced leadership with over 18 years ofexperience, familiar with conducting ongoing strategic assessments and translating a vision and strategy into tangible results. Skilled planner and leader with experience leading and collaborating with diverse professionals in different organizations.
Assists the commander as senior enlisted Marine in the unit. Acts as principal enlisted assistant to the commander. Keeps apprised of all policies of the commander. Disseminates information to the unit's enlisted personnel regarding such policies. Reports to the commander on the status of matters pertaining to the efficient operation of the command. Counsels subordinate unit noncommissioned officers as required to improve the general effectiveness of the command. Interviews and counsels enlisted personnel on pertinent professional and personal matters which may affect the efficiency of the command. Assists the commander in the conduct of office hours, requests mast, and meritorious mast. Participates in ceremonies, briefings, confer commander. Assists in supervision of clerical and administrative matters; training functions and the employment of the command in garrison and in the field; logistic functions such as billeting, transportation, and messing; inspections and investigations; personnel management; and daily routine. Assumes other duties designated by the commander.
Provides driving and 1st echelon maintenance skills for all mission role vehicles organic to the LAR Battalion. Sole responsible for all logistics movement in amphibious operations from ship to shore movements. Coordinate thousands of personnel movement within three geographical locations. Provides gunnery and weapons skills for the employment of the 25mm Chain Gun, the Coaxial and Pintle-Mounted 7.62mm Machinegun's and thermal optics on the LAV-25 Variant. Knowledgeable in security and reconnaissance operations in support of the Marine Air Ground Task Force. Train subordinate leaders on all functions and training aspects within a 140 man company.
Marine combat instructor instructs and assists in the training of basic combat skills to entry level Marines to include: weapons handling, automatic weapons, munitions, combat conditioning, land navigation, communications, NBC protection, offensive/defensive tactics and scouting/patrolling. Reinforces core values instilled in recruit training by setting the superior example with professional conduct, knowledge, bearing and attitude, provides student performance counseling, assists in the conduct of parades and ceremonies, and maintains records and prepares reports
Act as a small group leader, perform instructional class presentations, counsel and administer personnel, communicate orally and in writing, understand and communicate marine history and traditions, and employ small group tactics and weapons. Proficient in Audiovisual materials, lectures, demonstrations, student presentations, fieldwork, research reference, and guided discussions. Topics include military tactics and organization, general leadership, military justice, communications, health and physical fitness, and force protections.
Master at understanding and applying leadership concepts and theory, and understand the principles of military tactics and the role of effective military management and administration in both peace and war, and understand Marine Corps practices. Proficient in audiovisual materials, practical exercises, and computer-based training. Topics include military justice; administration; Marine Corps history, practices, traditions, leadership and operations, training, tactics, and tactical decision-making.
Jason M. Leader, Sergeant Major, 2d Radio Bn.
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