RPA Sensor Operator with 6 years in the United States Air Force. Successfully led and created training programs for hundreds of airmen both officer and enlisted. Reliable, diligent and flexible professional with superb communication capabilities.
-Awarded Aerial Achievement Medal 15th Oak Leaf Cluster
-Recognized as Instructor Sensor Operator of the Quarter Jan-Mar 2013.
-Recognized as 29th Attack Squadron high time flyer of 2013 earned 268 hours in the aircraft and simulator.
-Created and implemented 100 question work book on advanced systems and tactics that standardized expertise in the instructor corps.
-Team member on project to create 30 scripted scenarios for all instructed events.
-Assistant Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of Department of Weapons and Tactics (DOWT).
-Led and assisted numerous projects creating new training documents and standards for the United States Air Force premier RPA formal training unit.
-Instructed 268 hours in both the aircraft and simulator that contributed to the graduation of 194 students, including both officer and enlisted.
-Dual qualified on two Aircraft models: MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper.
-Department of Weapons (DOW) assistant Electronic Combat Pilot (ECP); maintained internal squadron website
-Ground Safety motorcycle representative; digitized and maintained compliance of safety regulations for 30+ members.
-Initial cadre for squadron stand up.
- Initial Combat Mission Ready (CMR) status.
Coursework in Business and Management
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