Dynamic GEOINT Officer in Charge with demonstrated capabilities in management of diverse populations and adverse working conditions. Committed to motivating a generation of people committed to lifelong learning and developing leadership, analytical, organizational and communication skills
Officer-in-Charge of the 82nd Airborne Division's Geospatial Imagery and Advanced Geospatial Intelligence section. Provides relevant, fused and actionable intelligence for the Commanding General of the 82nd in support of ongoing contingency and GRF operations. Coordinates and supervises the collection, processing, exploitation, analysis and dissemination of all imagery intelligence support of subordinate commands. Advises senior intelligence officers and commanders on imagery and geospatial activities throughout the operational environment. As the senior Geospatial Imagery Intelligence Officer in the Division, mentors imagery analysts in three Brigade Combat Teams. Responsible for leading, training and mentoring 12 Paratroopers.
As a CGS Sergeant/Imagery Section NCOIC I provided intelligence through the exploitation of imagery information, geospatial data and Joint Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS) data from satellite and airborne platforms in support of combat operations. I supervised in locating, tracking and analyzing on-ground targets, rotary wing and slow moving fixed wing aircraft and the collaboration of near-real-time JSTARS data, imagery and Signals Intelligence data to provide situation development, battle management, targeting information and imagery intelligence of value to the Commander which restored a capability to the unit not seen in 18 months. Effectively streamlined a previously lack luster section to productivity by executing 5 live Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS) missions during the BDE FTX. Organized multifaceted training for imagery analysts to cross train on all aspects of intelligence operations and resulting in superb mission products during the BDE FTX. I successfully integrated the DE-CGS capabilities into the Brigade's intelligence planning and was responsible for the health, welfare and training of four Soldier and assisted them with the transition from 35H to 35G through a well developed training plan which included support and assistance from the Army GEOINT Battalion and NGA. I also served as the Company Equal Opportunity Representative (EOR), Unit Movement Operations Officer (UMO), Air Movement Operations Officer (AMO) and advised the Brigade S2 section.
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