Electronic Warfare Officer Subject Matter Expert/Program Manager/Test & Evaluator 18 yrs as USAF Electronic Warfare Officer with experience in operations, and EW test & evaluation 16 yrs as Subject Matter Expert for Electronic Warfare and Non-Kinetic Operations 14 yrs as certified Instructor Electronic Warfare Officer 5 yrs experience in Operations Test & Evaluation of electronic warfare systems 3 yrs support/testing: stealth technologies; advanced electronic attack systems; towed decoys and expendable countermeasures EW combat experience: Operation DESERT FOX; Operation ENDURING FREEDOM (ops in air & ground); Chief, EWCC 10 yrs acquisition experience to include all aspects of System Development Life Cycle Certified USAF Acquisitions Program Manager Level I Certified for USAF Acquisitions Test & Evaluation Level II 10 yrs working with JCIDS process to include: JUONs, UONs, AoA, ICD, CDD, SRD and associated documents Active Top Secret/SCI Clearance, JAFAN 6/0 Tier I eligible 52 fleet of aircraft Received training for certification as a project and program manager. Certified as Program Manager Level I 3yrs as EW SME for B-52 Developmental and Operational Test
Microsoft Office Suite
Proficient in technical writing, writing test report/results and JCID documents
Knowledge of Joint Publications, CJCSM and CJCSI relation to EW & IO
Received Joint Electronic Warfare Center Training
Guest Lecturer at the USAF EW Schoolhouse
HQ Air Force Global Strike CommandBarksdale AFB, LADeputy Chief01/2010 to Current
3yrs working JCIDS process for Special Access Programs/Special Access Requirements predominately pre-Milestone A Co- authored Alternative of Analysis for the Next Gen Nuclear Cruise Missile (LRSO) for Milestone Decision Authority.
Co-Author of ICD for Long Range Strike Bomber (Next Gen Stealth Bomber).
Successful approval by SECAF and JROC.
Conducted 5 classified EW test.
Analyzed results to determine if technologies met survivability requirements at stated cost.
Identified EW systems limitations/shortfalls by critical data analysis of survivability testing Generated JCIDs documents for both requirements and traceability of EW systems Chief, Electronic Warfare Coordination Cell for Afghanistan 2009 to 2010 International Security Assistance Force/NATO Kabul, Afghanistan Administered and directed all aspects of electronic warfare (EW) coordination, planning and execution for Afghanistan.
Responsible for strategic planning, development, operations, and administration EW personnel assigned to the EWCC.
Restructured operations, analyzed existing methods, and developed new programs/ procedures to re-direct critical EW personnel.
Spearheaded and managed EW training and functions for international operation involving 40 countries Served as technical instructor responsible for designing/implementing/facilitating EW training in theater for air-air and air-ground integration of EW assets Worked on a daily basis with CPD and COD to execute EW missions and execution.
Commander01/2008 to 01/2010
Detachment 1, 53 Electronic Warfare Group Nellis AFB, NV Managed EW assessment team that evaluated 13 wings worldwide; 2,545 EW systems and 1,379 aircraft annually Managed implementation process for 5 ongoing projects.
Ensuring successful, on-time completion of projects Defined testing requirements, wrote test cases, and coordinated testing, programming and support Conducted validation & verification of EW systems against JCIDs requirements Worked predominately in EMD (Test & Evaluation) after Milestone B and system sustainment after Milestone C.
5th Bomb Wing Minot AFBNDDirector of Staff/Staff Officer01/2006 to 01/2008
Lead, managed and directed one squadron, 15 wing staff agencies and 132 assigned personnel Ensured wing staff agencies were trained, equipped and funded to execute installation missions and support 11,414 people at Minot Air Force Base.
Streamlined operations by consolidation 60% of staff agencies into one location--reduced overall cost by 20% Analyzed impact of 20% budget cut and 6% manpower reduction--forecasted an ops plan to address shortfall.
Established policies and procedures, recruited and hired personnel, established staff development training program, implemented quality assurance procedures, purchased all capital equipment, and established controls to monitor service delivery.
Project/Program Manager01/2002 to 01/2005
49th Test & Evaluation Squadron Barksdale AFB, LA.
Test Director for 40 EW test of aircraft systems to include Operational Utility Evals, Force Development Evals and I/FOT&E.
Worked EMD issues between Milestone B and C, and life cycle sustainment issues.
M.A:Political Science2006Naval Command and Staff College, Newport, RIPolitical Science
M.A:Political Science1995CSU, San Bernardino, CAPolitical Science
B.A:Physics1990CSU, Long Beach, CAPhysics
Information Operation Indoctrination Course 2006
USAF Weapon School Graduate 2000
Combat Flight Instructor Course, (B-52 Instructor EW School) 1999
Joint Aviation Electronic Warfare School 1996
Air Force, budget, C, data analysis, delivery, designing, Instructor, Lecturer, Access, Microsoft Office Suite, 2000, Next, personnel, policies, programming, Publications, quality assurance, staff development, strategic planning, technical writing, Test Director, validation, Author