Over sixteen years of Communications Security experience at the Department of State, Brigade and Battalion levels. Planned, coordinated, configured, integrated, and supervised the installation, operation, maintenance, and managementof communications Security Systems/networks, systems control centers, associated multiplexing, net radio interface equipment, and all ABCS systems. Current Secret security clearance awarded in Jan 2010 with prior TS access. Proficient in the use of MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, and Internet Explorer). Current passport issued in October 2003. Communications Security Electronic Key Mgmt Local COMSEC Work Station Spectrum Management FBCB2 Training Simple Key Loader/DTD Devices Operations Planning Procurement/Logistics ACES
FBCB2 Instructor01/2010 to CurrentEngineering Solutions Products Corporation
Provided military training on FBCB2/BFT programs.
Diagnosed and troubleshooting of FBCB2 and Embedded Battle Command faults for terrestrial and celestial platforms and TOCs.
Removed and replaced FBCB2/BFT components and systems in their entirety.
Utilized extensive knowledge of tactical communications equipment to identify operational equipment 2-4 General Support Aviation Battalion.
07/2006 to 10/2009Fort Hood, Texas
Managed the individual combat readiness training of 70 soldiers to support forward deployed unit's personnel strength and prepare them for combat operations.
Received all soldiers returning from theater and attended to their needs as appropriate.
Supervised the disposition of six aviation companies' stay behind equipment totaling over $1Million dollars.
As the senior rear S6 NCO developed a comprehensive reintegration plan for automation logistics and support for the redeployment of the Combat Aviation Brigade.
Utilized extensive knowledge of tactical communications equipment to identify operational equipment during III CORPS initiative to remove unserviceable and unused equipment from the units' property book.
Planned and executed training events to maintain soldier's proficiency in job skills and to enhance the overall mission readiness of the unit.
Reinforced training with a monthly plan that ensured soldiers from 11 military occupational skills were competent in their task.
Responsible for NET equipment training, proper accounting, administration, and destruction of keying material held in the account.
Conducted monthly staff assistance visits and quarterly COMSEC inspections.
Responsible for providing expert technical support and analytical advice to the Command Group and Staff offices on all matters relating to Communications and Information Technology.
Assisted the S6 Officer in procuring automations and communications equipment, software and contract support.
Prepared, submitted, and tracked commitment execution documents (PR&Cs and MIPRs).
Obtained fund sites from the Brigade Resource Manager.
Tracked purchase orders and equipment shipments.
Prepared transmittal documents for disbursement.
Supervised the daily operation of the Multi-National Divisions Combat Aviation Brigade Network Operations Center and COMSEC operations.
Responsible for the quality of service for the LAN/WAN, VOIP Phone network, tactical radio systems, Army Battle Command Systems, cellular/satellite telephones and secure/non-secure computer/internet service for 400+ systems dispersed over three separate sites.
Provided technical expertise for hardware, software, and desktop applications (both COTS and command standard desktop installation), utilities, and peripherals.
Participated in coordinating effective and efficient on-site hardware and software configuration and installation support.
Applied extensive tactical radio, office automation skills and general knowledge of the substantive programs and organization as an active participant in the management of the office.
Directed the work of subordinate administrative personnel, both military and civilian.
Assisted the S6 Officer in planning and tracking the RESET of all Aviation Brigade Communications Systems from submission to completion after deployment to Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Was responsible for the operability of all communications systems in the Brigade Operations Center (BOC).
Served as the S6 in her absence.
Responsible for developing and presenting the daily shift change briefing.
Gathered the necessary data from IT section leaders and Battalion subordinates to present the oncoming shift with the status of network and tactical communications issues that were still being resolved from the outgoing shift.
Conducted random inspections of computer hardware and software to verify compliance with accreditation regulations and software licensing agreements.
Supervised/trained 15 technicians/operators; created work schedules; dispatched technicians to sites.
Developed and implemented training programs to enhance technician knowledge and versatility.
01/2004 to 02/2005Office of Military Cooperation-Kuwait (OMC-K), US Embassy
Managed COMSEC operations for a Joint Staff through the coordination with the Department of State and United States Embassy Kuwait.
Responsible for TS and Secret level keying material on a variety of communications equipment.
Was responsible for managing the tactical satellite terminal, secure mobile phones, and other related tactical and commercial communications assets.
Responsible for the communications training of all U.S.
military personnel assigned to U.S.
Embassy in Kuwait.
Served as technical advisor on all communications matters to the Commander of OMC-K.
Assisted the Department of Defense contractors in upgrading and configuring all OMC-K computer systems and peripherals.
Ensured all systems not only met Department of Defense guidelines, but Department of State as well.
Coordinated and implemented procedures to track over 700 aircraft clearances into Kuwait in support of OIF.
Work closely with Kuwaiti government and military personnel to ensure all clearances were approved well under the 14 days required by diplomatic standards.
As Operations NCOIC, reorganized the Command Group Office space around a Joint Operations Center model to improve the situational awareness during contingency operations.
Bachelor of Science: Criminal JusticeTroy UniversityTroy, ALCriminal Justice
Associates: General StudiesCentral Texas Community CollegeKilleen, TXGeneral Studies
Distinguished Graduate, 25U Advanced Noncommissioned Officer CourseFort Gordon, GA
Distinguished Graduate, 25U Basic Noncommissioned Officer CourseU.S. Army Sergeant Major AcademyFort Gordon El Paso, GA TXGraduate, U.S. Army Battle Staff NCO Course
Unit Level Communications Maintainer Course, Ft Sill, OK
FBCB2/ISYSCON Operator Courses, Fort Hood, TX
SINCGARS/EPLRS Maintainer Courses, Fort Hood, TX
CPOF Operators CourseFort Hood, TX
LCMS Operators CourseFort Gordon, GA
COMSEC Custodian CourseESP UniversityFort Bragg Fort Hood, NC TXLevel 100 and 200