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I have consistently achieved success in leadership positions during my military career requiring both technical and leadership skills.

I enjoy working with people, solving problems, or designing new approaches using the team approach. I always strive to improve the

effectiveness of systems, processes and procedures. I have completed additional training to enhance my understanding of military

functions and procedures such has TECHNICAL TRANSPORTATION OF HAZMAT (CERT), PROPERTY BOOK ACCOUNTING

SUPPLY COURSE, AUTOMATED RESET MANAGEMENT TOOL (AMRT), PROPERTY BOOK ACCOUNTING & BN SUPPLY

COURSE, UNIT SUPPLY PERSONNEL COURSE, UNIT ADMINISTRATOR COURSE. I was appointed Property Book Custodian and

successfully managed six property books, trained multiple Soldiers, reduced millions of dollars in excess equipment and receiving an

Army Achievement Medal for my efforts from a different Brigade Command. I possess the required drive, leadership and technical

skills necessary to effectively direct and maintain the readiness of operations.

Education
American Military University , Expected in BA : order, Accounting - GPA : (Include the highest degree level obtained. Include your GPA, Dean's List, and any other special recognition.) BA Degree- American Military University (Military Management and Program Acquisition) 36 credits completed 4.0 GPA Intended graduation June 2017 SECTION III - OBJECTIVE (List all of the warrant officer MOSs to include 4-digit code and official title you are applying for in order of preference.) 1. 920A Property Accounting Technician 2. 3. SECTION IV - MILITARY EXPERIENCE (List in order from most recent to earliest duty assignment or position. Be sure to mention any accomplishments, special recognition, or achievements that will illustrate to the board your potential for leadership as a warrant officer.)
Certifications
ACT DOD
Professional Experience
Bickford Senior Living - Company Supply Sergeant/ HQ Platton Sergeant/ Tactical Operations NCO
Gurnee, IL, 05/2013 - Current

While assigned as the Company Supply Sergeant I have successfully maintained a Department of Defense Certification by completing 80 hours of Technical Transportation and Hazardous Materials course through the National Guard Professional Education Center located in Camp Robinson, North Little Rock, AR. I created and implemented the company's first Tactical Operations Center Standard Operation Procedures which has allowed my company to always be the first up and running during any field training exercise. During my Command Maintenance Evaluation Team Inspection I scored a 97.6% overall placing the unit in the top five within 218TH MEB Brigade. I received 100% passing rate in all areas of a State Sensitive Item Inspection conducted by the Department of Logistics Inspection Team. During this time I have successfully accomplished 80 hours of the Unit Movement Officer Course which directly increased the unit's readiness.

DATES (YY/MM) - Unit Administrator Course (HRR-010)
, , 01/1 - 01/1
to 14/10 COURSE: Technical Transportation of Hazardous Material (AMMO 62) DESCRIPTION: This two week (80 hour) course provides personnel from all services detailed technical information pertaining to all phases of transportation of hazardous materials, and satisfies the mandatory training for persons who certify hazardous materials and conduct function specific training for subordinate personnel as specified in the Defense Transportation Regulation (DOD 4500.9-R). Course content includes emphasis on United States and international laws and regulations covering transportation of hazardous materials by all modes. International regulations covered include the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code and the International Air Transport Associations Dangerous Goods Regulations. United States regulations covered include the Department of Transportation (DOT) 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and U.S. military regulations. Course material includes emphasis on hazard communications (i.e. shipping papers, marking, labeling, and placarding); packaging, compatibility on transport vehicles, security requirements, and emergency response information. Students successfully completing the course will understand the requirements for shipping hazardous materials by all modes of transportation, to include highway, rail, commercial air, military air, and vessel. Course Completed 2010 and 2014 12/08 to 12/08 COURSE: Property Book Accounting Supply Course LTC 001 phase 1 DESCRIPTION: This course trains Property Managers above Battalion level to implement business processes designed to reduce excess, improve unit equipment on hand readiness, and perform property book validations. Students will use Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) and Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) web based management tools to perform regulatory property management functions. Lessons will focus on Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) requirements above battalion S-4 level, property book reconciliation requirements, and ensuring state records are synchronized with LOGSA management data. Student must be in a NCO, warrant officer, or officer position at or above battalion S-4 level and must work in a PBUSE environment. The Training is designed for ARNG personnel that occupy full-time positions for daily duties but assigned to other MTOE positions. DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this course is to provide the full-time Reset Managers with the knowledge and skills required to perform their job. Training will cover Projecting Reset Funding Requirements, Coordinating Reset Activities, Utilizing Web Based Logistics and Financial Tools. Training will cover all areas needed to manage a State Reset Program. This includes but is not limited to Reset Regulatory Guidance, tracking Reset equipment for redeploying units, tracking financial responsibilities and reports HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION VI - MILITARY EDUCATION ) (List up to 21 military courses and give a brief description focusing on the main learning objective.) DESCRIPTION: This course trains property managers above battalion level to implement business processes designed to reduce excess, improve unit equipment on hand readiness, and perform property book validations. Students will use Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) and Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) web based management tools to perform regulatory property management functions. Lessons will focus on Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) requirements above Battalion S-4 level, property book reconciliation requirements, and ensuring state records are synchronized with LOGSA management data. Student must be in a NCO, Warrant Officer, or Officer position at or above Battalion S-4 level and must work in a PBUSE environment. The Training is designed for ARNG personnel that occupy full-time positions for daily duties but assigned to other MTOE positions. to 08/03 COURSE: Property Book Accounting & Bn S4 (LTC 001 phase 2) DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide students with a firm understanding of daily supply operations as well as property accountability procedures based on the Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) and related tasks at the Battalion and Brigade level. Students will train in the use of the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) computer system at the property book level. 07/01 to 07/01 COURSE: Unit Supply personel Course (LTC-027 phase 1&2) DESCRIPTION: Provide full time unit level supply personnel with the knowledge to utilize current regulatory guidance and automation assets to perform functional tasks. Each student must complete the Basic Supply Course (LTC 100) prior to attending the residential course. This two-week course trains supply personnel in Authorization of unit supply. Emphasis will be in the areas of Command Supply Discipline Program, authorization documents, hand-receipt and inventory control procedures, Financial Liability Investigations of Property Loss, individual and organizational clothing procedures, physical security of arms, ammunition, explosives and an in-depth hands on use of Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) system for the unit level side only. This course focuses on the interacting taskes between the ARNG Property Book Office and individual units as well as bsiness practices. HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION VI - MILITARY EDUCATION ) (List up to 21 military courses and give a brief description focusing on the main learning objective.) DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide functional training to full-time selected Commissioned Officers, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted personnel from the Army National Guard with a working knowledge of unit deployments and to enable them to plan, organize, and conduct unit movements training and/or operations. The target audience is personnel projected or currently serving as Unit Movement Officer (UMO) at the Company, Battalion, or Brigade level. This course does not award MOS or AOC like the active component school. The training is designed for ARNG personnel that occupy full-time positions for daily duties but assigned to other compatible Modified Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) positions. DESCRIPTION: This course provides personnel assigned principle duties as Training Officer/Operations NCO level training requirements to include roles and responsibilities of the Unit Training NCO to help manage and implement individual and collective training. The responsibilities include the METL development process, planning, execution and assessment of unit training, and individual and collective mandatory training requirements. This courses helps Commanders align with AR 350-1 and AC Annual Training requirements. 9. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION:
4TH 118TH REAR DET - S4 NCOIC/ PROPERTY BOOK CUSTODIAN
, , 01/2011 - 06/2012
DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): Hand selected to stay back and represent as the Battalion S4/ Property Book Custodian due to subject matter knowledge and professional excellence. While serving as the Rear Detachment NCOIC and managing six property books I successfully completed the Automated RESET Management Tool with the National Guard Professional Education Center. This allowed me to help the Battalion and Brigade to coordinate logistical planes for demobilization back to home station. I successfully completed the Advanced Property Book Management Course (LTC 032) with The National Guard Professional Education Center. I planned, coordinated and supervised the turn in of $3,860,566.00 of excess equipment to USPFO within a five month time frame.
MARTIN, DWAYNE, A -
, , 08/2009 - 08/2009
Military Experience
Army National Guard Army National Guard - SSG/E6 Sergeant LTC
, 01/1 - 01/1
ROUTINE USES: Blanket routine use disclosures as described in AR 340-21, The Army Privacy Program, paragraph 3-2. DISCLOSURE: Voluntary; however, failure to provide the information may delay or terminate the warrant officer candidate's application process. SECTION I - ADMINISTRATIVE DATA 1. NAME (Last, first, middle initial): 2. RANK/GRADE: 3. PMOS: Claire, Jessica, A SSG/E6 92Y30 4. UNIT, ORGANIZATION, STATION, ZIP CODE OR APO, MAJOR COMMAND: 5. E-MAIL ADDRESS: B CO 1ST 118TH INF BN, NORTH CHARLESTON, SC 29418 218TH MEB resumesample@example.com SECTION II - CIVILIAN EDUCATION (Include the highest degree level obtained. Include your GPA, Dean's List, and any other special recognition.) BA Degree- American Military University (Military Management and Program Acquisition) 36 credits completed 4.0 GPA Intended graduation June 2017 SECTION III - OBJECTIVE (List all of the warrant officer MOSs to include 4-digit code and official title you are applying for in order of preference.) 1. 920A Property Accounting Technician 2. 3. SECTION IV - MILITARY EXPERIENCE (List in order from most recent to earliest duty assignment or position. Be sure to mention any accomplishments, special recognition, or achievements that will illustrate to the board your potential for leadership as a warrant officer.) 1. DATES (YY/MM): June13 to Present ORGANIZATION: B CO 1ST 118TH INF BN, NORTH CHARLESTON SC POSITION TITLE: Company Supply Sergeant/ HQ Platton Sergeant/ Tactical Operations NCO DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): While assigned as the Company Supply Sergeant I have successfully maintained a Department of Defense Certification by completing 80 hours of Technical Transportation and Hazardous Materials course through the National Guard Professional Education Center located in Camp Robinson, North Little Rock, AR. I created and implemented the company's first Tactical Operations Center Standard Operation Procedures which has allowed my company to always be the first up and running during any field training exercise. During my Command Maintenance Evaluation Team Inspection I scored a 97.6% overall placing the unit in the top five within 218TH MEB Brigade. I received 100% passing rate in all areas of a State Sensitive Item Inspection conducted by the Department of Logistics Inspection Team. During this time I have successfully accomplished 80 hours of the Unit Movement Officer Course which directly increased the unit's readiness. 2. DATES (YY/MM): June 12 to May 13 ORGANIZATION: B CO 4TH 118TH INF BN , NORTH CHARELSTON SC POSITION TITLE: Battalion Property Book Officer, Assistant Battalion S4, Company Supply Sergeant DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): While serving as a full-time Unit Supply Sergeant I was also entrusted with maintaining the Battalion's Property Book. I was successful in coordinating the turn in of excess equipment as well as reducing the overall excess amount from $2,797,977.25 to $626,784.74 within an eight month period. I increased the Battalion's Readiness by training the other Unit Supply Sergeants on how to utilize document processing within the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced System. I received my eighth Army Achievement Medal from 178TH EN BN for my support and training of their Rear Detachment Supply Sergeant. While managing the Commander's Fatigue Management Program I was able to save the State over $20,000 by negotiating lower rates from hotels every month. HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 PREVIOUS EDITIONS ARE OBSOLETE V7.00 SECTION IV - MILITARY EXPERIENCE ) (List in order from most recent to earliest duty assignment or position. Be sure to mention any accomplishments, special recognition, or achievements that will illustrate to the board your potential for leadership as a warrant officer.) 3. DATES (YY/MM): Jan 11 to June 12 ORGANIZATION: 4TH 118TH REAR DET POSITION TITLE: S4 NCOIC/ PROPERTY BOOK CUSTODIAN DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): Hand selected to stay back and represent as the Battalion S4/ Property Book Custodian due to subject matter knowledge and professional excellence. While serving as the Rear Detachment NCOIC and managing six property books I successfully completed the Automated RESET Management Tool with the National Guard Professional Education Center. This allowed me to help the Battalion and Brigade to coordinate logistical planes for demobilization back to home station. I successfully completed the Advanced Property Book Management Course (LTC 032) with The National Guard Professional Education Center. I planned, coordinated and supervised the turn in of $3,860,566.00 of excess equipment to USPFO within a five month time frame. 4. DATES (YY/MM): June 08 to Dec 10 ORGANIZATION: B CO 4TH 118TH INF BN , NORTH CHARELSTON SC POSITION TITLE: Company Supply Sergeant/ HQ Platton Sergeant/ Tactical Operations NCO DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): While serving as a Unit Supply Sergeant I was also tasked as the Physical Security Officer, Calibrations Monitor and the Custodian of Arms. I made sure all of the equipment was issued out from the Commander to the First Line Supervisors. I helped established Unit Logistical Supply Standard Operation Procedure which has helped stream line The Command Supply Disciple Program. I have implemented training plans to train TOC personnel on their duties. 5. DATES (YY/MM): to ORGANIZATION: POSITION TITLE: DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION IV - MILITARY EXPERIENCE ) (List in order from most recent to earliest duty assignment or position. Be sure to mention any accomplishments, special recognition, or achievements that will illustrate to the board your potential for leadership as a warrant officer.) 6. DATES (YY/MM): to ORGANIZATION: POSITION TITLE: DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): 7. DATES (YY/MM): to ORGANIZATION: POSITION TITLE: DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): 8. DATES (YY/MM): to ORGANIZATION: POSITION TITLE: DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION IV - MILITARY EXPERIENCE ) (List in order from most recent to earliest duty assignment or position. Be sure to mention any accomplishments, special recognition, or achievements that will illustrate to the board your potential for leadership as a warrant officer.) 9. DATES (YY/MM): to ORGANIZATION: POSITION TITLE: DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): 10. DATES (YY/MM): to ORGANIZATION: POSITION TITLE: DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): 11. DATES (YY/MM): to ORGANIZATION: POSITION TITLE: DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION V - CIVILIAN EXPERIENCE (List in order any civilian experience that specifically relates to the warrant officer position for which you are applying. Be sure to mention any accomplishments, special recognition, or achievements that will illustrate to the board your potential for leadership as a warrant officer.) 1. DATES (YY/MM): to ORGANIZATION: POSITION TITLE: DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): 2. DATES (YY/MM): to ORGANIZATION: POSITION TITLE: DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): 3. DATES (YY/MM): to ORGANIZATION: POSITION TITLE: DUTIES (list below to include significant contributions): HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION VI - MILITARY EDUCATION (List up to 21 military courses and give a brief description focusing on the main learning objective.) 1. DATES (YY/MM): 14/10 to 14/10 COURSE: Technical Transportation of Hazardous Material (AMMO 62) DESCRIPTION: This two week (80 hour) course provides personnel from all services detailed technical information pertaining to all phases of transportation of hazardous materials, and satisfies the mandatory training for persons who certify hazardous materials and conduct function specific training for subordinate personnel as specified in the Defense Transportation Regulation (DOD 4500.9-R). Course content includes emphasis on United States and international laws and regulations covering transportation of hazardous materials by all modes. International regulations covered include the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code and the International Air Transport Associations Dangerous Goods Regulations. United States regulations covered include the Department of Transportation (DOT) 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and U.S. military regulations. Course material includes emphasis on hazard communications (i.e. shipping papers, marking, labeling, and placarding); packaging, compatibility on transport vehicles, security requirements, and emergency response information. Students successfully completing the course will understand the requirements for shipping hazardous materials by all modes of transportation, to include highway, rail, commercial air, military air, and vessel. Course Completed 2010 and 2014 2. DATES (YY/MM): 12/08 to 12/08 COURSE: Property Book Accounting Supply Course LTC 001 phase 1 DESCRIPTION: This course trains Property Managers above Battalion level to implement business processes designed to reduce excess, improve unit equipment on hand readiness, and perform property book validations. Students will use Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) and Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) web based management tools to perform regulatory property management functions. Lessons will focus on Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) requirements above battalion S-4 level, property book reconciliation requirements, and ensuring state records are synchronized with LOGSA management data. Student must be in a NCO, warrant officer, or officer position at or above battalion S-4 level and must work in a PBUSE environment. The Training is designed for ARNG personnel that occupy full-time positions for daily duties but assigned to other MTOE positions. 3. DATES (YY/MM): 12/04 to 12/04 COURSE: Automated RESET Management Tool (AMRT) LTC 038 DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this course is to provide the full-time Reset Managers with the knowledge and skills required to perform their job. Training will cover Projecting Reset Funding Requirements, Coordinating Reset Activities, Utilizing Web Based Logistics and Financial Tools. Training will cover all areas needed to manage a State Reset Program. This includes but is not limited to Reset Regulatory Guidance, tracking Reset equipment for redeploying units, tracking financial responsibilities and reports HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION VI - MILITARY EDUCATION ) (List up to 21 military courses and give a brief description focusing on the main learning objective.) 4. DATES (YY/MM): 11/09 to 11/09 COURSE: Advanced Property Management Course (LTC 032) DESCRIPTION: This course trains property managers above battalion level to implement business processes designed to reduce excess, improve unit equipment on hand readiness, and perform property book validations. Students will use Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) and Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) web based management tools to perform regulatory property management functions. Lessons will focus on Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) requirements above Battalion S-4 level, property book reconciliation requirements, and ensuring state records are synchronized with LOGSA management data. Student must be in a NCO, Warrant Officer, or Officer position at or above Battalion S-4 level and must work in a PBUSE environment. The Training is designed for ARNG personnel that occupy full-time positions for daily duties but assigned to other MTOE positions. 5. DATES (YY/MM): 08/03 to 08/03 COURSE: Property Book Accounting & Bn S4 (LTC 001 phase 2) DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide students with a firm understanding of daily supply operations as well as property accountability procedures based on the Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) and related tasks at the Battalion and Brigade level. Students will train in the use of the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) computer system at the property book level. 6. DATES (YY/MM): 07/01 to 07/01 COURSE: Unit Supply personel Course (LTC-027 phase 1&2) DESCRIPTION: Provide full time unit level supply personnel with the knowledge to utilize current regulatory guidance and automation assets to perform functional tasks. Each student must complete the Basic Supply Course (LTC 100) prior to attending the residential course. This two-week course trains supply personnel in Authorization of unit supply. Emphasis will be in the areas of Command Supply Discipline Program, authorization documents, hand-receipt and inventory control procedures, Financial Liability Investigations of Property Loss, individual and organizational clothing procedures, physical security of arms, ammunition, explosives and an in-depth hands on use of Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) system for the unit level side only. This course focuses on the interacting taskes between the ARNG Property Book Office and individual units as well as bsiness practices. HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION VI - MILITARY EDUCATION ) (List up to 21 military courses and give a brief description focusing on the main learning objective.) 7. DATES (YY/MM): 10/08 to 10/08 COURSE: UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER COURSE (LTC 077) DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide functional training to full-time selected Commissioned Officers, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted personnel from the Army National Guard with a working knowledge of unit deployments and to enable them to plan, organize, and conduct unit movements training and/or operations. The target audience is personnel projected or currently serving as Unit Movement Officer (UMO) at the Company, Battalion, or Brigade level. This course does not award MOS or AOC like the active component school. The training is designed for ARNG personnel that occupy full-time positions for daily duties but assigned to other compatible Modified Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) positions. 8. DATES (YY/MM): 06/09 to 06/09 COURSE: Unit Administrator Course (HRR-010) DESCRIPTION: This course provides personnel assigned principle duties as Training Officer/Operations NCO level training requirements to include roles and responsibilities of the Unit Training NCO to help manage and implement individual and collective training. The responsibilities include the METL development process, planning, execution and assessment of unit training, and individual and collective mandatory training requirements. This courses helps Commanders align with AR 350-1 and AC Annual Training requirements. 9. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION VI - MILITARY EDUCATION ) (List up to 21 military courses and give a brief description focusing on the main learning objective.) 10. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: 11. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: 12. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION VI - MILITARY EDUCATION ) (List up to 21 military courses and give a brief description focusing on the main learning objective.) 13. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: 14. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: 15. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION VI - MILITARY EDUCATION ) (List up to 21 military courses and give a brief description focusing on the main learning objective.) 16. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: 17. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: 18. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION VI - MILITARY EDUCATION ) (List up to 21 military courses and give a brief description focusing on the main learning objective.) 19. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: 20. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: 21. DATES (YY/MM): to COURSE: DESCRIPTION: HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Aug 2009 SECTION VII - SUMMARY "Warrant Officers are highly specialized officers. They are self-aware and adaptive combat leaders, trainers, staff officers, and advisors. Warrant Officers are competent and confident warriors, innovative integrators of emerging technologies, dynamic teachers, and developers of specialized teams of Soldiers " I have consistently achieved success in leadership positions during my military career requiring both technical and leadership skills. I enjoy working with people, solving problems, or designing new approaches using the team approach. I always strive to improve the effectiveness of systems, processes and procedures. I have completed additional training to enhance my understanding of military functions and procedures such has TECHNICAL TRANSPORTATION OF HAZMAT (CERT), PROPERTY BOOK ACCOUNTING SUPPLY COURSE, AUTOMATED RESET MANAGEMENT TOOL (AMRT), PROPERTY BOOK ACCOUNTING & BN SUPPLY COURSE, UNIT SUPPLY PERSONNEL COURSE, UNIT ADMINISTRATOR COURSE. I was appointed Property Book Custodian and successfully managed six property books, trained multiple Soldiers, reduced millions of dollars in excess equipment and receiving an Army Achievement Medal for my efforts from a different Brigade Command. I possess the required drive, leadership and technical
Skills
Training, Operations, Security, Calibrations, First Line, Logistics, Ar, Hazardous Materials, Inspection, Maintenance, Fatigue, Confident, Hazmat, Leadership Skills, Accounting, Web Based, Logistics Support, Property Management, Reconciliation, Dod, Dot, Emergency Response, Federal Regulations, Hazardous Material, Packaging, Shipping, Ac, Award, Mos, Inventory, Inventory Control, Liability

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  • Company Supply Sergeant/ HQ Platton Sergeant/ Tactical Operations NCO
  • Unit Administrator Course (HRR-010)
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