Professional, motivated, and dedicated military police officer, and military correctional officer with six plus years of extensive training. Displays integrity and strong job knowledge, provides numerous amounts of hours training and qualifying fellow Military Police officers. A Detention Guard who ensured the responsibility for over 500 Enemy Combatants in the GWOT. Embodies remarkable patrolman ship, completes a mast sum of over 100
Lethal and non-lethal weapons *Level one oleoresin capsicum (OC) *M-9 service pistol
M-16/M4 *Jurisdiction authority *Expandable baton
Terrorism *Surveillance detection *Rules of evidence
Crime scene/preservation of evidence *Vehicle inspection *Forms/report writing
Subject communication skills *Cardiopulmonary rescue (CPR) *OPSEC
Safety and operational risk management *Interaction with detainees *Cultural awareness
Frisk search of a suspect/detainee *Unarmed self defense *Force cell extractions
M 203 Grenade Launcher * M240/7.762mm *Duty Armor
ATTT (Anti-Terrorism Training Team) *SRF-B (Security Reactionary Force Basic Instructor)
Brig Afloat/Ashore NEC (Naval Enlisted Classification) 2008
*Assistant Leading Petty Officer
*Leading Petty Officer
*Operations Leading Petty Officer
*Command Master At Arms
*Substance Abuse Control Officer
06/1999 to 06/2001
Deck Semen and Gunner's MateUnited States Navy/ USS Yorktown CG48 – Pascagoula, MS
First Duty Station, USS Yorktown (CG 48), while station onboard, enlisted as an E3, wearing the rank Seaman.
While conducting on the job training, became a Gunner's Mate troubleshooting MK 26 Guided Missile Launching Systems (GMLS), a fully automated system that stows, handles, and launches a mixed load of weapons.
Key Achievements: Earned two Battle Efficiency Awards, 1999 and 2000, to be worn by the authority of the Commanding Officer of the USS Yorktown.
Received Navy and Marine Corps Medal in 2000 for superior performance while serving onboard USS Yorktown CG48.
In 2000 received the authority to assume the title and wear the uniform of an E4.
In 2001 awarded the National Defense Service Medal by the authority of the Secretary of Defense.
In 2001 received the authority to assume the title and wear the uniform of an E5.
06/2002 to 07/2005
Master At Arms (Military Police)United States Navy/ NAVSTA – Pearl Harbor, HI
Early seeking new avenues and responsibilities, Naval Law Enforcement was next on the career agenda.
After departing USS Yorktown, Attended Naval Law Enforcement, 7week academy in 2002.
Upon completion, assigned to NAVSTA Pearl Harbor, HI with the following assignments completed.
Conducted base security patrols, conducted base access and entry control operations, conducted aircraft and flight line security operations, conduct law enforcement operations, provide protective service to high ranking dignitaries and government officials, performed physical security inspections, conduct preliminary investigations into UCMJ violations, organize and train security force personnel, operate brigs (jails), and Perform weapons and funds escorts.
07/2005 to 08/2006
Master At Arms (Block Non Commissioned Officer)United States Navy – Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
Assigned to Camp Delta, due to the Global War on Terrorism, completed all required qualifications, one of only six Petty Officer Second Classes, Sergeant of the Guard, usually assigned to an E6.While on duty, as Sergeant of the Guard, ensured the responsibility of maintaining safe and humane treatment for over 500 Enemy Combatants in the Global War On Terrorism.
Key Achievements: obtained Navy and Marine Achievement Medal
08/2006 to 09/2009
Master At Arms (Correctional Petty Officer)United States Navy/ NAVCONBRIG – Charleston, SC
An essential member of the Special Housing Unit team, assigned to guard the only enemy combatants in the Continental United States.
Duties were in direct support of Operation of Enduring Freedom and the Global War on Terrorism.
While on this tour, assisted in training fellow Military Law Enforcement Officers on Interior and Exterior qualifications.
During which time, participated in the community by mentoring the youth at different elementary schools.
Key Achievements: Obtained Navy and Marine Achievement Medal
09/2009 to 01/2011
Recreation Field Supervisor *Mess Deck Supervisor*Dormitory SupervisorMaster At Arms United States Navy – Naval Security Forced Bahrain
Motivated and professional with keen job knowledge, held the elite position as Patrol Supervisor, which is normally assigned to an E6.
Supervised and trained over 44 personnel in aspects of Antiterrorism/Force Protection, entry/ access control, and counter surveillance, enhancing overall mission readiness.
Dedicated and devoted off duty time to mentor, as well as, train peers.
Key Achievements: Navy and Marine Achievement Medal
03/2011 to 04/2013
Master At Arms United States Navy/ USS George Washington – Yokosuka Japan
While station onboard the USS George Washington, qualified more than 60 Security Reaction Force basic graduates.
Contributions to Command mission accomplishment and safety of 4,800 Command and CVW-5 personnel.
Whine attached to the armory, supervised seven personnel in the accountability of 130 small arms weapons, and 21,720 rounds of ammunition.
On a day to day basis supervised 57 personnel in the execution of AT/FP measures.
From FY11 and FY12 supervised six prisoners onboard the ships brig.
December 2011, received a Letter of Commendation for evaluation of the ATTT, by Afloat Training Group, Immediate Supervisor-In-Charge and TYCOM Commander.
Overall grade result was a 98 %, earning the Security Department the Black "S" award.
Key Achievements: Navy and Marine Achievement Medal, Instructor of the Month, Junior Sailor of the Quarter, Humanitarian Service Medal.
03/2012 to 03/2013
Field Training OfficerUnited States Navy – USS George Washington (Yokosuka Japan)
Chief of the Guard Qualification Watch Commander Qualification Clearing Barrel Supervisor Qualification Duty Armor Qualification Reaction Force Member Qualification.
Reaction Force Leader Qualification
*Brig Section Leader Qualification
Anti Terrorism Training Team Member Qualification.
Duty Security Officer Qualification.
Security Specialist Certification via USMAP (United Services Military Apprenticeship Program).
CPI Awareness/Yellow Belt Training Certificate via Commander Naval Air Forces.
Bachelor of Science: Education Wayland Baptist University - Texas
Associate of Applied Science: Education Wayland Baptist University - Texas Occupational Education