Dedicated operator, trainer, and leader in physically demanding environments. Operation Enduring Freedom Veteran with experience in high tension environments working security, driver, gunner, supervisor of high ranking government personnel, and civilians. Completion of college courses in the subjects of psychology and sociology. Experienced training, supervising, and leading in demanding and stressful environments.
Employed at Exide Technologies working in a lead smelting production facility since 2012.
Training refinery laborers in safe work practices, material costs, and production goals. These goals include: safety, environmental concerns, quality objectives, and productivity.
Train and perform production loss prevention by resetting pneumatic stacking machine faults, adjusting industrial pump flow, adjusting speed of mold belt, adjusting spacing of bundle belt and maintain consistent product by maintaining consistent operation of machines.
Train and perform inspections of mobile equipment, overhead cranes, welding torches, industrial scale kettle mixers, industrial scale kettle pumps, and equipment requiring maintenance documented daily.
Conduct environmental compliance by documenting vehicle and equipment decontamination.
Organize repairs with Maintenance Departments during scheduled and unscheduled downtime maintaining machine and equipment function streamlining production.
Deployed to Kabul, Afghanistan for Operation Enduring Freedom from 2009 through 2010 as Infantry, Force Protection, Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle driver, and crew served weapons gunner.
Security clearance level of Secret maintained through entire career.
Weekly supervised programming frequencies in vehicle mounted radios while on deployment for Operation Enduring Freedom in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Supervised interpreters and local nationals through personal information processing areas.
Supervised documenting local nationals fingerprint, Iris, name, age, and identifying features.
Supervised and briefed dismounted soldiers and civilians attached to convoys.
Supervised and briefed high ranking military service members including a General of the United States Army.
Performed over 300 vehicle convoy missions with the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected mobile squad.
Performed security convoys for 3 United States of America Army Generals, The Secretary of Defense for the United States of America, The President of Afghanistan, high ranking members of The United States of America Military, and Coalition Forces during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2009 through 2010.
Supervised scanning of trucks entering the military base in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Supervised local national Afghans detained for suspicion of tampering with United States of America property and supervised returning confiscated property.
Supervised detained soldiers during criminal investigations. Supervised soldiers performing firing drills on shooting ranges. Supervised soldiers during night vision military vehicle driving course.
Driver of bulletproof unmarked Chevrolet Suburban for United States Army base commander while stationed in Kabul, Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2010.
Trained, authorized, and operated military weapons and vehicles. Authorized to call in air strikes during Operation Enduring Freedom from 2009 through 2010.
Provided checkpoint clearance assistance to United States of America F.B.I. Agents during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2010.
Worked assembling pneumatic mining cylinders and as an inventory specialist. Processed a surge of over $3 million of inventory. Entered inventory into the computer system and created locations for parts. Coordinated with multiple departments in order to meet production goals. Constructed and labeled shipping containers for mining cylinders.
Responsible for opening store and closing store.
Sold custom bowling balls and equipment to new, league, and tournament clients.
Fitted, drilled, and engraved custom bowling balls.
Repaired bowling balls of customers and house lane bowling balls.
Documented all sales and reported low quantities of items.
Instructed and supervised lessons of league and tournament bowlers.
Completed Introduction to Psychology college course and Introduction to Sociology college course through University of Maryland University College. These online classes were completed while being deployed with The United States Army for Operation Enduring Freedom to Camp Eggers in Kabul, Afghanistan. The courses were taken and completed while continuously performing missions with the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected mobile squad achieving a B on both Final Exams and a B grade in both classes.
Recipient of: AFGHANISTAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL W/ CAMPAIGN STAR// NATO AFGHANISTAN SERVICE MEDAL// NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE MEDAL// GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM SERVICE MEDAL// ARMY SERVICE RIBBON// OVERSEAS SERVICE RIBBON// ARMED FORCES RESERVE MEDAL W/ M DEVICE
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