CORPORAL E-4, 0811 FIELD ARTILLERY CANNONEER (MARINE CORPS - ENLISTED)
Self-motivated Machinist determined to produce and repair all mechanical equipment with precision and keen attention to detail.
Effective team leader
Trained in emergency response
Valid Texas driver's license
Small arms weapons specialist
Surveying and mapping
Firearms safety training
Trained in defensive tactics
Firearm Handling and Maintenance
Industrial Equipment Operation
Intellectual Property Protection
Safety and Occupational Health Programs
United States Marine CorpsCamp Lejeune, NCCorporal E-4, 0811 Field Artillery Cannoneer (Marine Corps - Enlisted)
Defused hostile situations with superior negotiation techniques.
Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on weapons.
Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments.
Managed receipt, storage and issue of ammunition processes.
Patrolled areas and allowed restricted area access for authorized personnel.
Supervised operation and organizational maintenance of weapons systems and specialized equipment.
Commanded more than ten arms combat patrols on foot and in vehicles.
Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades.
Education and Training
USMC Basic TrainingSan Diego, CA, USACompleted basic training for United States Marine Corps
Marine Corps Combat TrainingSan Diego, CA, USA
Artillery Training SchoolLawton, OK, USA
Gunners CourseCamp Lejeune, NC, USA
Leadership and Ethics SeminarCamp Lejeune, NC, USA
Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal
National Defense Service Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Expert Rifle Qualification Badge (2)
USMC Certificate of Commendation, October 2013, received for firing 200 rounds as gunner on a howitzer safely, accurately, and on-time. Lead multiple periods of instructions on laying procedures and breech maintenance for his peers.