To obtain a position as an Electronic Warfare Specialist. Accomplished Electronic Warfare Specialist with a proven ability to develop, publish, and implement Standard Operating Procedures for Electronic Warfare capabilities and future equipment development. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Coached, trained and evaluated the performance of 1100+ personnel on Electronic Warfare tactical and civilian maneuver operations resulting in 0 casualties during the deployment Extensive experience Counter Remote Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare (CREW)/Integrated Electronic Warfare Systems (IEWS). Overwhelming experience in the U.S. Defense Training Management System and mandated requirements. Current TOP SECRET Security Clearance
AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Army Commendation Medal (4) Army Achievement Medal (2) Army Good Conduct Medal (4) National Defense Service Medal (1) Global War on Terrorism Service Medal (1) Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal (1) Noncommissioned Officers Professional Development Ribbon (2) Army Service Ribbon (1) Iraqi Campaign Medal (2) Overseas service ribbon (2)
Electronic Warfare, 11/2006 to 06/2014 U.S. Army – Ft. Carson, CO
Prepared multiple units for upcoming deployments by providing technical assistance to them in the development of their EW staff and running estimates which allowed them the ability to deploy with 5,000 personnel, all required equipment, and operating procedures.
Maintained, operated, and was accountable for EW training equipment worth over $1M.
Supervised the maintenance of 60 CREW Systems utilizing EW testing and loading kits that allowed more than 20 convoys to defeat multiple simulated IED's during a pre-deployment training exercises deficiencies.
Coordinated with Department of Defense civilians to conduct realistic Improvised Explosive Device training including Asymmetrical Warfare Simulations and Integrated Electronic Warfare Systems that resulted in more than 1200 hours of completed specialized training.
First Electronic Warfare Specialist selected to serve as an Augmentee Observer Trainer / Subject Matter Expert for Operations Group Sierra during Unified Endeavor 12-01, resulted in 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command completing Electronic Warfare staff integration pre-deployment training.
Vehicle Operator, Petroleum Supply
Supervised 12 Third Country National fuel personnel to insure safe operations and dispensing of bulk fuels totaling over 4M gallons monthly from all over Iraq.
Maintained automated supply systems for accountability of organizational and installation supplies and equipment along with loading, unloading, and moving stock using equipment such as 5/10K Forklifts, Light Medium Tactical Vehicle, Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles, Gator Utility Vehicle, and various other pieces of military equipment.
Directed troops and maintained accountability for over $1M of equipment and fuel.
Attended a 5 week Petroleum Course that allowed me to operate the Blue Force Tracker (BFT), Movement Tracking System (MTS), Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS), and the Command Post Of the Future (CPOF) vehicle systems.
Leadership Promoted to the Senior Noncommissioned Officer rank of Sergeant First Class, received a total of 6 promotions during my military service.
Consistently placed in positions that were elevated 1 to 2 levels above my current position, responsible for the safe training and successful deployments of over 10K personnel.
Aggressively mentored 5 Battalion Electronic Warfare Specialist in preparation of several training events, responsible for the professional development of 11 subject matter experts.
Inspired 44 personnel to further their professional careers resulting in 44 reenlistments, ultimately exceeding the company's reenlistment standards by 10 contracts.
Completed two military tours to Iraq and one civilian tour to Iraq.
Accountability Maintained the financial budget for the 3rd Infantry Division burial detail, provided a total payment of $487K for 13 personnel.
Selected by higher echelons to manage Defense Travel System funds for several training missions, saved the Department of the Army $39K in mission funds for several units within the Battalion.
Accounted for over 411 personnel as they moved in and around the battlefield during Operation Iraqi Freedom 07-09.
Tracked over 70 combat logistics patrols supporting 3500 personnel on three forward operating bases.
Prepared 200+ Operational Security Briefing (OPSEC) and conducted debriefs for over 300 personnel during deployments to Iraq.
Maintained training records for over 800 Soldiers and did all required documents to get Soldiers placed into various schools.
Computer Systems Security Analyst, 01/2015 to 01/2016
Electronic Warfare Specialist, 01/2006 to 01/2014 U.S. Army
01/2005 to 01/2006 Kellogg Brown & Root Government and Infrastructure
Petroleum Supply Specialists, 01/2000 to 01/2005
MBA: Presenting Attending, Colorado Technical University - Presenting Attending
Bachelors: Business Management, 2015 Colorado Technical University - Business Management
Associates: General Studies, 2013 Pierce College - General Studies
U.S. Army, Joint Electronic Warfare Theater Operations Course, Kelly Air Force Base, TX: 2013
*Certificate, Unit Prevention Leader: 2012 U.S. Army - Campbell, KY