Information Operations (IO) Planner emphasizing in Military Information Support Operations (MISO), Operation Security (OPSEC), and Electronic Warfare (EW) with expertise in operations, planning, personnel management, troubleshooting, and asset accountability. A driven leader with the ability to be articulate, resourceful, meticulous, and dedicated to developing responsible business practices and negotiating win-win solutions while providing an unparalleled level of technical expertise.
Supervisory Exercise Control
Average Workload: 45 Hours/week
Ø Research and design the Master Scenario Event List (MSEL) to fully replicate the supported unit's battle rhythm and likely mission set to create a realistic training exercise for incoming FSTs.
Ø Develop and update exercise injects per the MSEL to effectively train hosted teams.
Ø Develop and conduct in-progress reviews and approval briefings for the MRX Director regarding MRX development and recommendations for improvement based on observed data.
Ø Conduct collective training task review to determine immediate training needs and future doctrine refinement to best prepare the incoming FST for each exercise and deployment.
Ø Serve in the white cell as the MSEL manager, ensuring adherence to the MSEL and conducting final product reviews before submission to the FST.
Ø Lead ad-hoc meetings as required and assist dedicated role players in product development to determine realistic responses while maintaining overall exercise flow.
Ø Serve as a multi-role player during exercise executions replicating staff functions to aide in the planning and development of trained teams' product development.
Major Accomplishments include:
Ø Developed an assessment template and presentation that streamlined the process for future exercise development and acted as an additional tool for FSTs to reference.
Average Workload: 45 Hours/week
Ø Served as the Training Section Functional Lead supervising a team of seven contractors, maintaining daily accountability, personnel readiness, and acting as the training section liaison to all Booz Allen and Marine Corps Information Operations Center (MCIOC) meetings.
Ø Utilized the Systems Approach to Training (SAT) to integrate USMC IO into the training plans for MCIOC and other unit military personnel from the Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) to the tactical team level.
Ø Developed and wrote the MCIOC S-37 Combined Unit Exercise (CUX) Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Exercise Planning.
Ø Served as the Program Manager for the MCIOC CUX Joint National Training Capability Program, completing the following;
o Coordinating between the Marine Corps Information Operations Center, the Chairman of the Joint Chief's Staff J-7, United States Marine Corps Training and Education Command, and numerous units across the entirety of the Department of Defense for exercise support and funding requests.
o Supervised the MCIOC JNTC mitigation efforts and completed Program Budget Requests that resulted in the acquisition of new gear for the exercise that directly impacted the ability to train the Joint and Allied force.
o Led the Accreditation and Certification working groups, evaluating the program based on educational content, collective training accomplishment, and facility adhearnce to Joint Standards with examinations resulting in the MCIOC CUX becoming the 7th accredited program of record in the United States Marine Corps.
o Wrote the Quarterly CUX advertisement for the JNTC program catalog, advertising the CUX to all agencies across the Department of Defense and interested Government entities and Allied Partners.
Ø Acted as the primary point of contact for the MCIOC to coordinate and integrate Inter-Agency (IA) and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) into the CUX resulting in direct support from the Department of State and various NGO's.
Ø Developed IO, PSYOP, Public Affairs/Communication Strategy, Civil-Military Operations, Cyber, and Electronic Warfare MSEL events in coordination with Marine Air-Ground Task Force Staff Training Program (MSTP) I, II, and III MEF, I, II and III MEF Information Group (MIG).
Ø Attended and provide IO related input to the Training & Readiness (T&R) manuals and conferences.
Ø Provide review and change recommendations to the Marine Corps Task List (MCTL) and Mission Essential Task List (METL) Conferences and OAGs as related to IO and MISO/PSYOP.
Average Workload: 50 Hours/week
Ø Planned IO and MISO programs for key theater-level exercises and contingency plans through the coordination, integration, and synchronization of all Marine Expeditionary Unit Information Related Capabilities aboard the 26th MEU.
Ø While deployed, developed and published a daily Information Operations Report of Interest Summary that was explicitly requested by six agencies external to the USMC.
Ø Coordinated and supervised a bilateral subject matter expert exchange with United Arab Emirate Special Forces to develop TTP's that were immediately implemented into active operations.
Ø Served as an Observer Controller, certifying and evaluated MISO teams prior to deployment.
Ø Developed, tested, and refined MISO Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP's), creating a MISO guidebook as a reference for all deploying teams.
Ø Coordinated, supervised, and managed a Combined Unit Exercise (CUX) overseeing exercise development and refinement, successfully training 50 Marines and Soldiers while supervising and managing 25 role players to facilitate operations.
Ø Supervised and mentored a multi-lateral MISO team consisting of 10 individuals from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia.
Ø Conducted all aspects of the MISO Planning Process (7 Phases): MISO planning, target audience analysis, series development, product development, and design, product approval, product distribution and dissemination, and series evaluation.
Ø Served as the Chief Instructor for all Initial and Post Graduate Training of Marines at MISO Company, facilitating a 100% pass rate for formal schools and certification of Marines before deploying.
Ø Managed, maintained, and accounted for six million dollars of equipment, ensuring timely delivery to teams across the globe while implementing a new system of monthly inventories and maintenance checks.
Ø Assisted in the development and integration of Open Source Intelligence techniques to MISO practices to improve the effectiveness of future MISO series.
Ø Assisted in the development and integration of Electronic Warfare assets to MISO Series and taught over 15 periods of instruction regarding planning considerations and integration to deploying MISO teams.
Major Accomplishments include:
Ø Selected as the MCIOC Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) of the Quarter, 4th Quarter FY 16 and 2nd Quarter FY 15
Ø Selected as the MISO NCO of the Quarter, 3rd Quarter FY 16
Average workload: 45 Hours/week
Ø Acted as the Regimental Training Chief, ensuring the personal and professional development of over 1300 Marines and Sailors.
Ø Planned and supervised all Regimental annual training events, including the Physical Fitness Test (PFT), Combat Fitness Test (CFT), Annual Training Lectures, and uploaded all rosters and data into MCTIMS and Marine Online (MOL).
Ø Served as the Test Pilot program for the Marine Corps Training Information Management System (MCTIMS) and served as the 3rd Marine Division SME on MCTIMS integration into training plan collections.
Ø Instructed over twenty iterations of annual and fiscal training, including classes such as; suicide awareness, violence prevention, sexual assault prevention and response, and operational risk management.
Ø Served as the Chief Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS) operator for all regimental exercises with no firing incidents during training operations.
Ø Established and implemented the TTP's required to effectively develop a digital Command and Control Enterprise inside the Combat Operations Center utilizing the Command and Control Personal Computer (C2PC) and Effects Management Tool (EMT) to allow for the constant flow and oversight of accurate information inside the battlespace.
Defense Open Source Intelligence Training; Joint Information Operations Warfare Center, Joint OPSEC Support Element, 2018
Open Source Intelligence Training; Marine Corps Intelligence Agency, 2016
Intermediate MAGTF IO Planners Course; Expeditionary Warfare Training Group Atlantic, 2015
Psychological Operations Qualification Course, JFK Special Warfare Center, 2014
Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Database Operator, MAGTF Information System Training Center, 2011
Field Artillery Fire Control Marine Qualification, Fort Sill, 2011
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