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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

Highly astute military veteran experienced in training military personnel and foreign defense forces. Committed motivator delivering drive to succeed combined with strong communication skills and undeniable professionalism. Ambitious student pursuing history degree. Eager to contribute developed knowledge in managerial role. Skilled in both field and office settings. Adaptable and driven with strong work ethic and the ability to thrive in team-based or individually motivated settings.

Skills
  • Planning and coordination
  • Mission preparation
  • Supervision
  • Terrorism monitoring and response
  • Unconventional warfare tactics
  • Briefing management
  • Security optimization
  • Organization
  • Team management
  • Customer service
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Team building
  • Communications
  • Problem resolution
Education and Training
Associate of Arts: Liberal Arts, Expected in 05/2014
Iowa Valley Community College - Marshalltown Community College - Marshalltown, IA
GPA:
Bachelor of Science: History, Expected in 05/2021
Iowa State University - Ames, IA,
GPA:
Experience
Force Protection NCOIC, 08/2018 to Current
103d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)City, STATE,
  • Serves as the G3 Force Protection NCOIC for United States Army Reserve 103d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary); advises the G3 Protection Cell Chief on Provost Marshal Operations, Anti-terrorism/Force Protection, Physical Security; responsible for the administration, operations, readiness, and training for the Protection Cell that includes CBRN, Engineer, and and Military Police; serves as a member of the integrated command staff that proposes Military Police assets to support sustained land defense OPLANS/CONPLANS; incorporates Military Police and protection operations into bilateral and unilateral exercises; maintains equipment in value of over $300,000; Assists subordinate NCOs with identifying and developing personal strengths to overcome weaknesses and improve leadership capabilities; Administers all platoon paperwork, including inventory documentation and staff transfer documentation.
Operations Platoon Sergeant, 07/2019 to 05/2020
1st Sustainment CommandCity, STATE,
  • Deployed and served as a Operations Platoon Sergeant in support of Operation Spartan Shield; performed duties as G3 Operations Sergeant, 1st Sustainment Command, United States Central Command; responsible for assisting with planning, coordinating, and directing of sustainment operations as well as security and Force Protection (FP) and Anti-Terrorism (AT) operations for Headquarters 1st Sustainment Command and associated facilities under USCENTCOM and various agencies worldwide; provided recommendations and consultation for FP concerns and reactions to incidents in the CENTCOM Area of Operations (AOR); provided implementation support and oversight to FP systems; additionally provided supervision to associated elements in the JSO/Security/FP/AT arena when needed; trained, coached, and mentored junior unit personnel; assisted subordinate NCOs with identifying and developing personal strengths to overcome weaknesses and improve leadership capabilities.; administered all platoon paperwork, including inventory documentation and staff transfer documentation.
Military Police Desk Sergeant, 11/2013 to 07/2018
45th Military Police Detachment (L&O)City, STATE,
  • Responsible for reviewing and correcting the Military Police Blotter, receiving and recording complaints and safeguarding property and evidence; processed offenders and detained personnel; provided assistance, information and notifications to civilian communities, military communities and Chains of Command; Serious Incident Reports; responsible for the supervision, welfare and training of two Soldiers; responsible for law enforcement equipment in excess of $250,000
Personal Security Detail NCOIC, 12/2015 to 10/2016
U.S. Forces - Afghanistan/ Resolute Support HQCity, STATE,
  • Deployed and served as a Military Police Personal Security Detail NCOIC in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel; responsible for leading Protective Operations for a team of 24 Soldiers in support of Resolute Support Headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan; Provided security as the close-in security agent for the Resolute Support Commander; served on countless ground and air movements in support of numerous national and international general officers, diplomats, and various heads of state to include U.S. Senators, US. Congressman, U.S. Secretary of Defense, U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan, U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S Army Chief of Staff, CENTCOM Commander, Europe Supreme Allied Commander, President of Afghanistan, and numerous other high ranking individuals; lead the PSD Operations Center by preparing his team logistically and operationally for upcoming movements throughout the area of operations in and outside of Afghanistan; insured vehicle fleet was maintained and operational at all time; performed security escorts at Camp Resolute Support and responded to base emergencies to obtain accountability of principals and provide security as needed; maintained accountability of over $12 million dollars of issued gear and equipment.
Personal Security Detachment Team Leader, 10/2012 to 08/2013
1st Armored DivisionCity, STATE,
  • Deployed and served as a Military Police Team Leader in support of Operation Enduring Freedom; conducted daily supervisory and operational oversight as a military police combat support fire team leader and assistant squad leader for 2-8 personnel; provided personal protective security for U.S. and NATO company and Field Grade officers; led diverse group of individuals consisting of both American and allied foreign defense forces; was responsible for the training, readiness, professional development, morale, and welfare of subordinate Soldiers; maintained accountability and maintenance of all assigned equipment, to include two MRAP vehicles and weapons systems valued in access of $4,000,000
Military Police Team Leader, 06/2008 to 12/2012
603d Military Police Company (CS)City, STATE,
  • Responsible for the daily supervision and operations of a military police combat support team; responsible for the training, readiness, professional development, morale and welfare of three soldiers; maintained accountability and maintenance of all assigned equipment, to include one vehicle and weapons system valued in access of $1,000,000. provided technical and tactical guidance to peers and subordinates in support of company level military police operations.
Military Policeman - Machine Gunner, 05/2007 to 06/2008
18th Military Police BrigadeCity, STATE,
  • Deployed and served as a Military Policeman in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom; responsible for the training and logistical support of Iraqi Policeman in the cities of Ramadi and Fallujah, Iraq; provided support to the battlefield by conduction Area Security and Maneuver & Mobility Support Operations in close conjunction with the U.S Marine Corps; mitigated risk with immediate emergency response security; maintained accountability and effective utilization of all squad and crew served weapon systems, night observation devices, communications equipment.
Activities and Honors
  • Eagle Scout w/ 4 Eagle Palms, Boy Scouts of America
  • Vigil Honor - National Order of the Arrow, Boy Scouts of America
  • Member, Veterans of Foreign Wars
  • Member, The American Legion

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School Attended

  • Iowa Valley Community College - Marshalltown Community College
  • Iowa State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Force Protection NCOIC
  • Operations Platoon Sergeant
  • Military Police Desk Sergeant
  • Personal Security Detail NCOIC
  • Personal Security Detachment Team Leader
  • Military Police Team Leader
  • Military Policeman - Machine Gunner

Degrees

  • Associate of Arts
  • Bachelor of Science

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