Deployed to Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan as an Assistant Team Leader of a SIGNT section on a Multi- Function Platoon. Responsible for pre and post mission readiness of Soldiers and the Vigilant Pursuit Platform. Responsible for assisting the Vigilant Pursuit Platform Field Service Representatives with the maintenance of the Vigilant Pursuit Platform and other equipment valued at over $750,000. Performed system maintenance and operation functions and checks on the Vigilant Pursuit platforms. Performed periodic system software updates on all computer systems. Experienced in troubleshooting potential problems associated with satellite communications. Coordinated meetings with unit leadership to provide updates and guidance regarding VP systems and equipment. Conducted hardware repairs and performed the installation of new SIGNT and HUMINT related equipment. Analyzed and tested computer software and hardware systems.
Responsible for identifying foreign communications using specialized signals equipment. Identifies and analyzes foreign communications to provide actionable data. Recognizes changes in transmission modes to notify appropriate authorities. Provides translation expertise to intelligence analysts. When required, provides transcriptions and translations from foreign communications.
Serves as the Lead Certified SIGNT Terminal Guidance (STG) Instructor for the 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade aboard Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA.
Serves as the Low Level Voice Intercept (LLVI) subject matter expert for the 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade, being responsible for planning, instructing, and overseeing training of over 100 Soldiers.
May 2015 to May 2016
Assistant Team Leader
Served as an Assistant Team Leader of a SIGNT section on a Multi-Function Platoon; responsible for training of Soldiers, maintenance of over $500,000 worth of equipment.
July 2014 to May 2015
Served as a Team Leader in a SIGNT intelligence platoon; responsible for training of Soldiers and accountability of upwards of $500,000 worth of equipment.
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