Prospective Special Agent well-versed in research analysis and strategic planning. Exceptional leader and hardworking with the physical stamina to perform at optimal levels. Dedicated, knowledgeable about program management, crisis intervention, conflict resolution and team training and leadership. Well-rounded investigator with exceptional innovative and imaginative problem-solving skill. Experienced in building target packages, seizing evidence conducting routine surveillance on suspected individuals, and preparing of intelligence reports leading to the detainment or arrest of identified insurgents.
Managed production of over 200 ELINT daily reports and quality controlled release of over 600 time sensitive reports contributing; to the Ground Component Command-Combined Analysis and Control Center's (GCC-CACC) unprecedented efficiency.
Provided daily technical support to the All Source Fusion Section and morning briefs.
Oversaw a dynamic SIGINT Analyst certification program for all incoming personnel, ensuring new Soldiers were fully job qualified, increasing team output by over 50%.
Continually updated and processed over 90 Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs); ensuring seamless transition of mission operations in a high turn-over, stressful, environment.
Supervised the analysis, production, and dissemination of Indications and Warnings (I&W), ELINT, and Communication Externals (COMEXT) summaries for daily, weekly, and monthly Intelligence Reports.
Was appointed the Battalion's Stress Management and Suicide Representative.
Developed and implemented COMEXT training, analysis, and intelligence reporting.
Played on the US Army Garrison Humphreys Post basketball team, competed in the Post boxing tournament and triathlon, finishing second among US Forces and Korean Soldiers.
Operationally controlled and maintained over $15 million of equipment with no loss of property, communications security, or sensitive items.
Maintained all classified documents and Communication Security (COMSEC) material within the section as a COMSEC custodian, in accordance with US Army regulations; with zero incident.
Advised and briefed brigade level assets concerning critical SIGINT capabilities, leading to the Combined Task Force Lightning (CTFL) Focused Targeting Force (FTF) to action sensitive reporting, which lead to the capture of more than seven suspected insurgents.
Conducted mounted and dismounted SIGINT operations during five combat operations, identifying insurgents within the CTFL area of operations.
Instructed the Afghan National Police (ANP) Area Control Team (ACT) in covert intelligence collection.
Helped to develop an effective program of instruction to the ANP, enabling officers to think outside the norm while conducting collection missions.
Assisted in developing effective battle drill reducing the platoon's quick reaction deployment time by 60%, enabling target identification in a timely manner.
Aided in tactical decision making to determine location of targeting for collection efforts.
Accountable for personal and team equipment as well as collection platforms valued in excess of $1,000.00.
Created and finalized Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for classified aerial assets for Task Force Thunder, which is the standard for all airborne SIGINT collection in RC South, Afghanistan.
Generated and quality controlled approximately 80 SIGINT reports in support of Task Forces Wolverine and Spartan, leading to a clearer understanding of the battlespace.
Maintained a positive and flexible attitude while dealing with unpredictable and often grueling up-tempo
Handpicked by the command to be the Non Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) for the 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade (BfSB) Air Hammer; providing detrimental leadership and advice, improving mission operations.
Conducted Tactical Site Exploitation (TSE) missions within RC South Afghanistan which contributed to the overall intelligence collection efforts involving local suspected insurgents.
Assisted Human Intelligence (HUMINT) professionals/interrogators in Tactical Questioning (TQ) of suspected targets of interest and witnesses.
2 Army Accommodation Medals
Army Achievement Medal
Army Meritorious Unit Citation Medal
Army Service Military Ribbon
2 NCO Professional Ribbon
Korean Defense Service Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
National Defense Service Medal
3 Good Conduct Medals
German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge
GISA2011/DEPL2000, August 2009
DEPL3000 Intermediate SGA Course 120 hrs, July 2009
Life Savers Course, 1 week, 2008
Basic NCO (BNCOC), Phase I, Phase II, 6 Weeks, 2009
Equal Opportunity Leadership, 2 Weeks, 2010
Drivers Training, 1 Week, 2002.
Information Assurance Security Officer Course, 1 Week, 2009
Primary Leadership Development, 4 Weeks, 2005
Electronics Intelligence Analyst, 20 Weeks, 2002
Signals Intelligence Analyst, 6 Weeks, 2008
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