In my time in the Navy, I have learned the value of leadership, knowledge of the system you are working on and above all integrity. My experience in the Navy has made me a focused Network Systems Administrator bringing more than eight years of diversified network security expertise, excelling at identifying and solving technical issues and possessing an active security clearance.
As the MILDET SubLAN lead, I traveled to all the submarine bases in order to facilitate the installation of the SubLAN network, deploying Microsoft Server 2003 and Windows XP workstations as well as Microsoft Server 2008 in a virtual environment with Microsoft Windows 7 workstations across all platforms of submarines. The installation consisted of restoring clones to the servers, deploying clones to the workstations, loading and verifying switches, ensuring connectivity between assets, analyzing logs to ensure the system is functioning correctly, troubleshooting any problems that arose, all while training the crew on how to properly use the new system. As well as my responsibilities on installations, I served as preventative maintenance system (PMS) lead for newly deployed SubLAN systems which entailed the creation of 21 maintenance cards that are a proactive approach for the fleet LAN administrators to use to enable the system has minimal downtime. Furthermore, when the maintenance cards are in use by the fleet there is a reporting system that I was responsible for answering and making any corrections to the cards that were deemed necessary.
My military duties included qualifying Command Duty Officer (CDO), which involved, on the days where I was the CDO, being the direct point of contact for any and all problems that arose on the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Newport RI campus as well as any major problem involving the tenant commands. I was also the Command Fitness Leader. This role made me responsible for the physical fitness of the other military personnel attached to NUWC and allowed me to inject my energetic spirit and high standards into a broken system that is now netting zero failures on the Navy semiannual physical fitness test.
While stationed onboard the USS West Virginia SSBN736, as a member of Radio Division, I qualified the position of Radio Supervisor, which during my allotted watch section time, I was responsible for all communications on and off the submarine. This is especially important on an SSBN class submarine because there is an alert period of time where the submarine is responsible for the nuclear deterrence of the United State for the east coast. Along with Radio Supervisor, I was also the Radio and LAN divisions Work Center Supervisor which entailed overseeing and delegating an estimated 500 maintenance procedures annually. This type of maintenance to the equipment is proactive to ensure that the equipment is dependable and tested. I was also the Repair Parts Petty Officer for both divisions, which maintained and accounted for the equipment in the Radio Room and all the network computers on the submarine.
In addition to my duties as Radio Supervisor, I was also the sole LAN Administrator for the submarine. The SubLAN consisted of maintaining and operating thirteen servers (11 with Microsoft Server 2000 and two with UNIX) , over 70 laptops (Microsoft Windows 2000), 10 desktops (Microsoft Windows 2000) and administering over 200 user and administrative accounts. Implemented and maintained firewalls, switches and security applications to maintain the burgeoning strictness of Department of Defense. As well as reviewed logs for all networking devices for unresolved abnormalities and problems to ensure minimal downtime of the network.
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