I Know I can be a strong asset to any company. My military experience, and the difficult courses I have taken have made me a Master EOD technician. My deployment experience shows I can do my job under the most extreme types of pressure. My earlier career as a Alaskan commercial fishermen, shows that I have very strong work ethic and can work in the coldest of conditions. While my EOD deployments show I can stay focused at the task at hand while bullets land inches from my location. All the while carrying gear in excess of 100 pounds through 125 degree weather, while taking care of my Platoon.
* Master Badge In Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Demolition Expert
Explosive ordnance disposal specialist Soldiers are the Army's preeminent tactical and technical explosives experts. They are warriors who are properly trained, equipped and integrated to attack, defeat and exploit unexploded ordnance, improvised explosive devices and weapons of mass destruction.
EOD soldiers are the culmination of the best tactical and technical training the Army and civilian academia can provide. They are prepared to perform missions in support of Army units worldwide, across all operational environments.
•Research and identify ordnance
•Assist in the preparation and use of advance robotics
•Explosively disposing of hazardous ordnance
•Prepare and maintain tools, equipment and vehicles
-Instructor in the Biological and Chemical Division.
-Teach how to identify chemical features to identify chemical ordnance.
-Teach how to use four separate Detector systems
-Teach students how to identify the difference's between Meth labs, Heroine labs, HME (Home Made Explosives), Chemical and biological labs.
- Teach the ability to work as a team, from getting the 9-line report to complete any type of chem/bio incident.
- Lead three EOD teams consisting of nine soldiers, while mentoring a Platoon Leader during a year long deployment to Afghanistan.
- Took charge (Team Leader) of several teams when company was short of Team Leaders, while continuing to monitor all three of my teams and their needs out of separate FOB's. Running over 150 incidents. Running everything from complex attacks, to I.E.D's, VBIED's, Post Blast Analysis, and several 3-4 day fly away operations.
Worked in the S-3 shop (Operations). Was sent to a two week course set up through AT- Solutions, on building I.E.D. training aids, the electronic training and all the supplies to set up and run my own I.E.D. building shop in the Battalion. Was chosen set up and run potential EOD students, that had to pass the EOD suit test for the Battalion, prior to sending them through EOD school.
-learned valuable electronic skills that helped me throughout my career
Commercial Fishermen working out of Dutch Harbor. Worked the job for almost 8 years, doing most jobs on the boat at one time or another.
Nuclear Ordnance, WMD and Underwater. For Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps studentsThe course is broken down into 10 separate training divisions: CORE, Demolition, Tools and Methods, Biological and Chemical, Ground Ordnance, Air Ordnance, Improvised Explosive Devices
I am qualified as a Master Badge in explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) technician, I am specially trained to deal with the construction, deployment, disarmament, and disposal of high explosive munitions and may include other types of ordnance such as nuclear, biological and chemical weapons along with improvised explosive devices (IED) and improvised nuclear devices (IND).
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