for an Infantry Training Support Team which supports First Army missions; enhances the combat readiness of Reserve Component units through training assistance and evaluation; plans, controls, and conducts training exercises; facilitates after action reviews of Platoon Leaders, First Sergeants and Platoon Sergeants during training exercises, annual training events and mobilization cycles in support of operations in Iraq and Afghanistan; responsible for Observer Controller Train the Trainer course; Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Master Trainer; electronic warfare trainer; plans, resources, and supervises the execution of all IED and convoy live fire ranges; assisted with the development of the IED Defeat Mission Training Plan (MTP) and conducted doctrinal reviews to ensure incorporation of new lessons learned; Coordinated and supervised all IED training to ensure current, relevant, battle-focused competency; responsible for coaching, teaching, and mentoring mobilized unit leaders as they continually train on.
OPNET Instructor January 2012 to January 2013NET
Supervisor: Mr.Lamar Griffin (254) 291-3754.
Duties: Presents classroom training and hands-on instruction that encompasses all operator tasks for all variants of the Bradley family of vehicles; instructs, demonstrates and evaluates U.S Army soldiers on Bradley New Equipment Training (NET) by presenting classroom, vehicle and hands-on Instruction that encompasses all Operator level tasks and conducts follow-on training as required; prepares, validates and recommends changes to the technical sequencing and procedures of the training support packages (course curricula, programs of instruction, lesson plans, audio- visual aids, practical exercises and evaluations) and other instructional materials; supports new Instructor training and certification sessions as required; develops and prepares course curricula, program of instruction (POI), lesson plans, student guides, and audio visual aids in support of lesson material and examinations; validates training material and examinations; conducts On-the-Job training.
Foreign Military Advisor Supervisor June 2009 to August 2011US Army, OPM SANG Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Senior Master Gunner advisor for the Office of the Program Manager, Saudi Arabian National Guard(OPM-SANG); advises an Infantry Brigade Commander and senior staff on all plans and operations issues; provides advice and assistance on the resourcing, scheduling and execution of missions and training exercises; provides oversight for all weapons employment, doctrinal review, mounted and dismounted live fire training, weapon and vehicle maintenance programs and evaluation standards; supervises and evaluates contractors during training courses, practical exercises, Program Of Instruction (POI) development, lesson outline and training manual updates; developed and instructed preliminary marksmanship and zeroing procedures of new individual weapons resulting in U.S.
and host nation saving over one million dollars in training costs; trained and certified sixty Officers and Noncommissioned Officers on range and weapons safety resulting in zero injury's or serious incidents for two Brigade live fire gunnery densities;.
Operations and training Manager Supervi March 2007 to March 2009US Army Security Assistance Training Management － Fort Bragg, North Carolina
Responsible for operations and continuity of operations for 12 field grade officers and senior Army civilian Security Assistance Team Managers in support of 200 Security Assistance Teams positioned globally.
Advises the Operations officer on all aspects of policy, planning, review and research related to the organization, training and deployment of Security Assistance Teams (SAT); plans, coordinates and supervises the execution of the Security Assistance Team Training & Orientation Course (SATTOC); evaluates training and certifies instructors through inspections, staff visits and analysis of reported information and initiates appropriate action to improve training objectives.
Maintains training files for all SAT members; manages the SATTOC training calendar; responsible for management and coordination of all training, scheduling, briefings, presentations, personnel absences, tasking, statistics, database management, physical security and the defense messaging system; develops, plans, resources, and supervises.
Senior Observer-Controller/Trainer Supe November 2004 to February 2007First Army MAJ Adam Reese － Fort Bragg, North Carolina
Battalion Master Gunner /Operations NCOIC November 2000 to September 2004Fort Hood, Texas
advises commanders at all echelons in the planning, development, execution, and evaluation of all weapons related training (individual, crew, and collective); develops, resources and supervises the training and certification of vehicle crew evaluators; supervises all elements within the Battalion concerning gunnery training; forecasts all ammunition and ranges; manages gunnery records, gunnery skills testing records, and turbulence rosters; coordinates and controls training devices; supervises the execution of all individual and crew served gunnery; supervises live-fire ranges to ensure all standards are followed; specifically; conducts range safety officer and range officer certification; supervises zero techniques; coordinates target arrays, exposure times for all targets, and maneuver box verification; set up of all ranges to ensure they meet the standards in accordance with Army regulations and unit standard operating procedures; set up and conduct gunnery skills test, and evaluate the results; advises th.
Instructor Writer Bradley Master Gunner Course June 1996 to October 2000United States Army Infantry School － Fort Benning, Georgia
SFC George Moore firstname.lastname@example.org.
Duties: Instructs personnel on the Bradley Fighting Vehicle in the areas of organizational maintenance of the turret, Weapons Systems, All individual and collective training, range development, safety, surface danger zones, overlays, training management and planning; instructed the Infantry Pre-Command Course (IPCC) for personnel in the rank of Command Sergeants Major thru Colonel; conducted senior executive briefings; conducted student counseling and mentoring; one of the first five M2A3 qualified Master Gunners in the Army; primary trainer for the M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle and Bradley Advanced Training System (BATS)for the Master Gunner course; developed and conducted New Equipment Training courses for M2A3 Instructor and Key Personnel, and Limited User Tests 1 and 2; assisted in the development of the M2A3 fielding plan and development of the M2A3 Program of Instruction; represented the Master Gunner community as an advisor during the medium Brigade d.
Army Basic Instructor Course (2012) US Army Commanders Safety Course (2010) Supervisors Safety Course (2010) Theories of Accident Prevention (2010) Composite Risk Management Civilian Basic Course (2010) Application of Accident Causation Theory (2010) Ammo-45 Introduction to Ammunition (2010) Critical Thinking (2010) Military Briefings (2010) Accident Avoidance Course (2010) Combat Lifesaver Course (2009) Maneuver- Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course (M-ANCOC) (2005) Observer/ Controller-Trainer Academy (2004) Air Load Planner Course (2002) Unit Movement Officer Course (2002) Hazardous Materials Transportation Course (2001) Senior Instructor Operator Bradley Advanced Training System (1998) Bradley Master Gunner Course (1996) Senior Instructor Operator Unit Conduct of Fire Trainer (1996) Instructor Certification Course : 1996