United States Marine Corps team leader extensively trained in weapons, police operations, and security desires a challenging position in private security. Accomplishments include being selected to complete tours guarding three United States foreign embassies in Lima, Peru, Baghdad, Iraq, and Pretoria, South Africa. Also performed in one high profile security detail for First Lady Michelle Obama.
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal. Received Navy and Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal twice. Personally responsible for over $ 200,000 of Detachment Baghdad, Iraq's command equipment with no deficiencies, losses or damages. Expanded multi-lateral relations with the United States and Peru to strengthen security and partnership. Oversaw the complete training and operations of Detachment Pretoria, South Africa during a one year period. Served as Patrol Supervisor for Marine Corps Base Okinawa Japan's Central Division Military Police unit. The position is intended to be filled by a Staff Sergeant/ E-6 and I was a Corporal/E-4 in that position. Also served as an Entry Control Point supervisor on the largest military installation in the Marine Corps, a position intended for someone above my pay grade.
Commanded operations post, including personnel, weapons and equipment.Logged and filed classified documents.Trained and instructed subordinates on all Marine Security Guard operations. Provided over 1,500 hours of armed internal security at each of the above named posts. Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments. Patrolled areas and allowed restricted area access for authorized personnel. Prepared operation plans and orders to support security of resources and installations. Provided security to the largest US Embassy compound in the world- Baghdad, Iraq. Responsible for all Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear training and accountability for equipment in Lima, Peru. Responsible for the complete accountability of all detachment assets totaling over $ 200,000 in Baghdad, Iraq, which was the largest supply account in Marine Corps Embassy Security Group. Responsible for the oversight of all detachment training and operations as a whole in Pretoria, South Africa.
Defused hostile situations with superior negotiation techniques.Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on military policing techniques. Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments. Patrolled areas and allowed restricted area access for authorized personnel.Coordinated training schedules and filed crucial administrative paperwork. Served as Patrol Supervisor and Entry Control Point Supervisor. Seized and secured numerous narcotics. Controlled entry onto the largest Marine Corps Installation in the world. Maintained one hundred percent accountability of all weapons, personnel, and equipment in my charge.
Reviewed and edited correspondence prior to release and submission for signature. Trained and instructed subordinates on military awards editing and processing, correspondence handing and processing, and served as the directives control point. Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments. Reviewed and edited applicable directives to an 8,000 Marine unit requiring intense attention to detail skills.
3.085 GPA. Minor in Management . Coursework in Business and Management. Coursework in Information Technology.
Conducted entry level training on Marine Security Guard Operations. Topics covered, but not limited to were: Embassy exit/entry control procedures, searching of work spaces, report writing, weapons handling, weapons safety, weapons qualification, physical fitness, room clearing, reviewing operating procedures, and technical security equipment training.
Conducted entry level training for all duties pertaining to USMC Military Police Operations. Topics covered, but not limited to were: law, defensive tactics, apprehension procedures, weapons systems, physical fitness, search and seizure, emergency vehicle operation, armored vehicle operation, report writing, and vehicle stops.
Conducted entry level training for my military occupational specialty of being an Administration Marine. Topics covered, but not limited to were: Reviewing and submitting directives, editing and processing military awards, USMC and Naval Correspondence procedures, Microsoft excel, powerpoint, and word, and typing skills.
Coursework in Information Technology. Member of the Football and Track teams.
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