Veteran instructor with 20+-year track record of success in Military and Law Enforcement. Adept at working with both groups and individual students to drive material home and make an impact. Accomplished instructor and trainer with experience managing and motivating student professionals to achieve and surpass academic targets. Focused on delivering decisive, forward-thinking and positive team leadership to enable functional and demonstrated mission success.
Achievements/Awards: Boeing Award for Innovation (2), Army Commendation Medal (2), Army Achievement Medal (3), Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2), Meritorious Unit Commendation (2), Good Conduct Medal (5), Army Reserve Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal (2), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Letter of appreciation Kootenai County Sheriff's Department, Sheriff's Department Letter of Commendation.
Teaching Soldiers and families residence or to strengthen their ability to cope physically, mentally and emotionally with high operations tempo. Developing positive methods of communication and resolution.
Educating units in areas of Equal Opportunity (EO). Running company and battalion unit EO programs.
Advocating on behalf of sexual assault victims. Assisting and aiding in the understanding of laws, rights and resources available. Educating units on what sexual harassment and assault is and how to prevent it.
Learning advanced leadership techniques and best practices for senior level Non Commissioned Officers.
Leaning advanced leadership methods for platoon and company sized organizations.
Developing skills to teach and evaluate training of Law Enforcement Officers.
Engineering and construction of battle positions, demolition and breaching of enemy defences.
Learningbasics to being a commissioned Law Enforcement Officer.
Developing mountaineering skills to teach and lead Marines in a mountainous environment and to fight and survive in both summer and winter conditions.
Learning to: Educate Americans about what it is and means to be a United States Marine. Determine eligibility and qualifications and process paperwork for enlistment or commissioning.
Developing advanced skills and battle tactics to lead platoon sized units into battle.
Developing leaders. Learning to lead and manage small units of Marines.
Developing fundamentals of warfighting.
Making of a United States Marine
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