Position as a Criminal Investigator Self-motivated leader with 4 years of experience working as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist and 6 years of experience as a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear weapons specialist in the United States Army. Analytical thinker who strives to work systematically and logically to resolve problems, identify causation and anticipate unexpected results in high stress environments. Equally capable of working alone or as a member of a team. Qualifications include:
*Time management skills
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team SergeantNov 2012 to Current United States Army － Fort Carson, CO
Clearance: Top Secret/SCI.
Completed a rigorous one year EOD Training cycle with a 60% attrition rate.
Less than 20% of my original class graduated together.
Conducted joint agency operations and training with Secret Service, FBI, ATF, TSA and local law enforcement for national security and enrichment for all agencies involved.
Successfully completed multiple Very Important Persons Protection Support Activity (VIPPSA) missions with the Secret Service and Department of State, resulting in no loss of life.
Conducted intelligence operations to enhance knowledge and to gain better tactical advantages.
Determined the interrelationship between initiators, power supplies, and switches to gain a better understanding of a potential IED.
Maintained over 1 million dollars of equipment, leading to team being 100% operational.
Integrated new team members in a timely manner, ensuring team was 100% proficient in all appropriate tasks.
Handled, transported, and stored military and civilian explosives, without any mishaps.
Supported multiple federal and local law enforcement agencies on real world explosive device emergency's resulting in no loss of life or property.
Prepared and briefed the weekly training presentation to effectively synchronize the organization on all training related matters.
Mentored and lead teams of 2 to 4 soldiers under my direction.
Resulting in new team members completing their EOD Team Member Integration task and setting a successful path for their military and EOD futures.
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Warfare SpecialistJun 2005 to Nov 2012 United States Army － Fort Bragg, NC
Served in the United States Special Operations Command, conducted 2 tours in Iraq.
Assisted and advised the Commander on the establishment of CBRN detection and defense measures.
Provided training, advice, and supervision regarding CBRN equipment and operations.
Trained military personnel on CBRN detection, and response operations.
Operated and maintained over 1 million dollars' worth of CBRN detection and decontamination equipment.
Cross trained on communication equipment, served as a theatre wide liaison for our Companies abilities to the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force - Arabian Peninsula (CJSOTF-AP).
Various Locations Jun 2005 - Present
*Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Warfare Specialist
*Naval School Explosive Ordnance Disposal (NAVSCOLEOD)
*Basic Leadership Course (BLC)
*IED Electronics Course
*Hand Entry course
*ATF - Homemade Explosives Course
*Defense nuclear Weapons school
*Joint Nuclear Explosive Ordnance Disposal Course
*Advanced Diagnostics Training 1
*Advanced Diagnostics Training 2
*CBRN Dismounted Recon Course
*Equal Opportunity Officer
*Small Arms Maintainer Course
*Hazardous Materials certified at the Awareness, Operations, and Technician Levels
AP, agency, Basic, direction, Electronics, futures, law enforcement, Leadership, Materials, Weapons, Naval, personnel, power supplies, supervision, switches, Technician, theatre
*Explosive Ordnance Disposal Basic Badge
*Senior Explosive Ordnance Disposal Badge
*Good Conduct Medal x 3
*Non-Commission Officer Professional Development Ribbon
*Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
*Iraq Campaign Medal
*Joint Service Accommodation Medal
*Army Accommodation Medal x 2
*Army Achievement Medal x 3