Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Dedicated 20-year veteran of the US Air Force as a Munitions Systems Specialist, including 7 years of Weapons Safety expertise, and 4 years of instructing with over 2600 teaching hours. Directly supervised, mentored, and oversaw over 150 subordinates and maintained safety, security, and accuracy of Department of Defense munitions stockpiles in the United States, the United Kingdom, Iraq, and Afghanistan valued at over $4 billion. Hand-selected member of Personnel Reliability Program; Secret security clearance maintained.

  • SEI-375 Weapons Safety and OSHA-certified
  • Operational Risk Management
  • Explosives handling and site planning
  • Information Assurance
  • Verbal and written communication
  • Task Prioritization
  • Mentoring and supervision
  • Safety Procedures
  • Military maintenance requirements
  • Strong communication
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Computer skills
Work History
02/2018 to Current
Munitions Systems Specialist US Air Force- Dept. Of Defense City, STATE,
  • Led 75 technicians and managed 5 flying squadrons comprised of 91 aircraft in daily reconciliations/accountability of munitions stockpile valued at over $2.2 billion
  • Validated and enforced technical data/local checklists, maintained safety/security standards, and initiated corrective actions during more than 650 explosive operations
  • Coordinated build-up and delivery in support of 1,400 combat sorties, resulting in 191 effective strikes and 64 enemies KIA
  • Fostered Theater Integrated Combat Munitions Systems (TICMS) system migration; discovered 52,000 errors and returned 100% accountability to wartime stockpile assets valued at over $44 million
  • Maintained HAZMAT program, validating 430 inspectable items with zero negative findings.
  • Managed 18-vehicle nuclear-certified fleet valued at $756K, contributory to wing's AF Outstanding Unit Award in 2019 and Meritorious Unit Award in 2020
  • Ran flight-level Weapons Safety program; conducted 48 spot inspections, and MSA fire drills of 215 personnel with zero mishaps
02/2014 to 02/2018
Weapons Safety Management Course Instructor US Air Force- Dept. Of Defense City, STATE,
  • Provided instructional training to selected Department of Defense (DoD) and Foreign personnel in knowledge and skills needed to perform duties in Weapons Safety Management. Scope of training includes mishap prevention, mishap investigations, weapons safety manager responsibilities, nuclear surety, training and education responsibilities, deployed safety, Personnel Reliability Program, hazard identification and reporting, safety inspections, assessments, and staff assistance visits, safety inspection reports, ranges, explosives storage, explosives operations, nun-nuclear/nuclear transportation, firefighting/prevention, licensed explosives storage, flight line explosives storage/operations, hazards of electromagnetic radiation to ordnance (HERO), quantity distance separation, explosives site plans, glass breakage risk assessments, and contingency operations.
  • Achieved title of Master Instructor; completed >2600 instructional podium hours, administered >100 examinations and provided feedback and mentorship, and committed >140 hours of course curriculum development. Graduated 382 students and awarded 2778 CCAF hours.
  • Lead instructor supervisor for 3 instructors and oversaw 480 students, guided core training and qualifications, and earned professional recognition for 9 instructors
  • Sole enlisted squadron student evaluation, monitored high-visibility program and ensured 8000 students' feedback was adequately addressed to ensure positive changes
  • Squadron-level information technology manager; managed 16 accounts, responsible for 4000 items valued at $3.2 million, spread over 1200 miles
  • Utilized state-of-the-art explosives siting program, ESS, for $190 million military construction project
  • Completed 240-hour Occupational Safety course/obtained 30-hour OSHA certification, attended AF Safety Center's Mishap Investigation Non-Aviation (MINA), and Operational Risk Management (ORM) courses
  • Completed Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education (SEJPME) and AF Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) Academy
03/2004 to 02/2014
Munitions Systems Specialist, Weapons Safety Mgr US Air Force- Dept. Of Defense City, STATE,
  • Planned, organized, and implemented weapons safety programs for Department of Defense's only joint $1.2 billion F-35A/B/C explosives operations
  • Devised & authored innovative wing quarterly safety newsletter to deliver critical safety information and awareness to 700 Airmen
  • Only 1 of 2 to ever attend 120 course hours of cross-service Modern Army Combatives Programs (MACP); awarded Level 1, Level 2, and Special Operations certifications to establish USAF installation's first ever combatives program. Provided over 200 hours of physical instruction to qualify 25 joint-force combat-ready warfighters
  • Managed wing's records program; standardized over 9000 files, critical to wing's AETC Compliance Unit Inspection's "Excellent" rating
  • Proactively led wing's IT equipment program and procured $30,000 in communications equipment to establish first-ever dedicated safety boardroom for mishap investigations
  • Led wing's motorcycle program for 65 riders and was identified by AETC Inspector General as "Professional Performer" for mishap prevention program
  • Streamlined coordination with 4 subordinate units by creating online continuity system for real-time support; showcased during wing Staff Assistance Visit and ensured 100% unit compliance
03/2002 to 03/2004
Munitions Systems Specialist US Air Force- Dept. Of Defense City, STATE,
  • Ensured 100% accuracy of warehouse balance valued at $274 million located in 63 storage facilities; verified 1800 pages of accountability data for 2500 munitions line items
  • Led transition team for upgrade of first USAFE base to Combat Ammunition System-Base to state-of-the-art Combat Ammunition System 1.1
  • Conducted periodic custody and stockpile inventories of explosive assets for 47 munitions accounts at 5 geographically separation installations; oversaw requisitions and monitored excess munitions levels for global redistribution to ensure 100% accountability while meeting fiscal allocation requirements
  • Validated all paperwork and documentation related to receiving and transfer of ammunition; identified discrepancies on 40 permanent files and initiated corrective actions
Expected in 2019
Bachelor of Science: Computer And Information Systems Security
AmJessicaan Military University - Charles Town, WV,

Graduated Summa Cum Laude with 3.96 GPA; nominated to prestigious Golden Key Honors Society

Expected in 2017
Associate of Science: Instructor in Technology
Community College of The Air Force - Montgomery, AL
Expected in 2012
Associate of Science: Munitions Systems Technology
Community College of The Air Force - Montgomery, AL
Expected in 2001
High School Diploma:
Turners Falls High School - Turners Falls, MA,

Graduated in top 5 of 93 graduates, awarded "Scholastic Merit"

  • Occupational Safety Manager/OHSA 30-hour - April 2017
  • Training Supervisor - December 2015
  • Technical Writer, Curriculum Development - August 2015
  • Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, & Evaluation (ADDIE) - March 2015
  • Senior Enlisted Join Professional Military Education (SEJPME) - September 2014
  • US Air Force NCO Academy - July 2014
  • NCO Professional Enhancement - October 2012
  • USAF Mishap Investigation Non-Aviation (MINA) - June 2011
  • Operational Risk Management Application & Integration - June 2011
  • Weapons Safety Management Course - February 2010
  • Airman Leadership School - December 2005

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