United States Air Force veteran seeking to transition from 6 years active duty to private security. Possesses a comprehensive background in communications, mission management, force protection and supporting U.S. military operations. Successfully served 2 combat tours under Operation Enduring Freedom. Effective communicator, team oriented, adaptable professional who works well in joint environments.
- Understanding and utilizing SOP's. (standard operating procedures)
- small arms marksmanship / safety (carbine, pistol)
- first aid
- computers (word document, powerpoint, excel)
- driving (on street and off road)
- ALS (Airman Leadership School) is mandatory for Airman to put on E-5 after they pass their promotion test.
- ALS introduces students and familiarizes them with the concepts of being an NCO (leadership, mentoring, administrative duties, situation engagement, responsibilities).
- It also gives Airmen insight into the different personality types they will encounter as an NCO.
- This course prepares the NCO and provides the tools and knowledge for the NCO to adapt to different situations and be as effective as possible in leading subordinates (different leadership types for different people)
An intensive program often used as pre - deployment training. Lasting 1 week total, the program includes lectures about the evolution of warfare and the warrior mindset. The program also covers extensive shooting drills with live ammunition, daily disassembly, cleaning and reassembly of weapon platforms, weapon malfunction mitigation procedures, use of NVG's (night vision goggles), tracer ammunition, tactical movements, vehicle tactics, building clearing, and force on force simulations.
- A signal school for the 1N2 signals AFSC (Air Force Specialty Code).
- Students learned about different types of signals, encoding, bit stream analysis, the radio spectrum, as well as any type of communications equipment to include satellites, dishes, phones, radios and broadcasting towers.
- Managed tasking for 160+ assets during combat ops; 56 TICS, 39 Warning Orders, 6 personnel recovery ops and 4 kinetic operations.
- Analyzed signal data for 100+ operations, 800+ frequencies of interest (that the enemy use to communicate/coordinate) ID'd/forwarded; enhancing U.S. Forces threat warning and saving lives.
- Trained two JMME Mission Management personnel; doubled qualified personnel on shift and eliminating critical skill shortage.
- Tackled aircraft signal jamming issue; ID'd/mitigated friendly interference resulting in smoother operations/coordination of actions with ground and air assets.
- Lead PTL for 30 Airmen; led over 50 sessions and developed four personal fitness programs for individuals with special needs/profiles, this led to a 98% pass rate amongst the group, including the four people with special needs as well who improved from failing the physical training test to passing it, this resulted in closing the gap on the road to achieving 100% compliance with the squadron commander's fitness policy in place.
- Exposed signal for adversary nuclear program resulting in exploitation of comm tactics and procedures and enhancing situational awareness on a priority one target.
- Achieved an "outstanding" (98% proficiency) on SSC certification.
- Revamped the training program of the Senior Signal Controller position (SSC), updated info and refocused training on needed skill sets so that the certification program produced more effective and knowledgeable operators in the mission environment.
- Detected, copied, and analyzed an air to ground command signal therefore allowing us to locate an enemy aircraft probing U.S. territory which resulted in a bolstered defense posture.
- Lead operator during quarterly evaluation; was able to demonstrate with the combined efforts of my mission team that the 381 AMOC is prepared for crisis events and 100% compliant with standards set forth by NSA.
- Attached to 2d Stryker Cav Regiment; supported threat neutralization during multiple ISAF operations; created HVT (high value target) packages; ultimately stabilizing 3 Afghanistan provinces.
- Supported 13 Task Force 3-10 missions; 24 insurgents detained, 6 enemy KIA with zero losses/casualties to ISAF forces.
- Analyzed trends and procedures insurgents use with IED's; allowed U.S forces to adapt and have situational awareness of new tactics being used by the enemy.
- Identified a 45 member insurgent IED (improvised explosive device) cell unique to the area of operations, created situational awareness and allowed for neutralization of that specific threat and stabilizing the immediate area.
- Completed 40 hour advanced weapons and vehicle tactics course (Warrior School); achieved expert marksman on m9 pistol and m4 carbine; participated in 10 hours of force on force simulations utilizing training ammunition (simmunition) and tactics for clearing buildings and dismounting from vehicles with a fireteam of four against an enemy team of 12 people.
- Volunteered as Military Police augmentee during the President's Elmendorf Air Force Base visit; provided static security at various checkpoints to ensure safety and security for 7K personnel.
- As Military Police augmentee; received 40 hours of advanced training on physical security, tactics, use of force ladder, and defense methods with both small arms and steel baton.
- Patrolled areas and allowed restricted area access for authorized personnel.
- Operated/maintained equipment worth $30M and ensured continuous operations.
- Completed Communications Signals Processing Course; maintained a 92% GPA and graduated in top 3% of class.
- Provided coverage of strategic targets in the battle space, enabled timely response and adaptation to new tactics by adversary, resulting in 100% target coverage and mission continuity.
- Attended secondary Morse Code School at Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista, Arionza. Six months to complete program.
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