PHYSICAL SECURITY AND TACTICS MASTER INSTRUCTOR / CURRICULUM DEVELOPER
Physical Security and Tactics Subject Matter Expert with over 3 years of proven experience as a Master Instructor and 6 years as a Field Radio Operator serving in both Artillery and Infantry Battalions during 2 deployments worldwide.
Master Training Specialist
Non-Lethal Weapons Instructor
Sergeants Leadership Course
Corporals Leadership Course
Windows 10, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Selected from more than 25 senior Non-Commissioned Officers to serve as Platoon Sergeant.
Delivered training modules to 3,000 Marines annually to ensure smooth adoption of Basic Security Guard operations.
Completed training on-time and under-budget.
Maintained 100% accountability of a large section of equipment worth over $3.5 Million during multiple overseas deployments.
Steered daily operations in support of $4 million in equipment and supplies domestically and abroad.
Marine Corps Security Force Training CompanyChesapeake, VAPhysical Security and Tactics Master Instructor / Curriculum Developer10/2013 to Current
Instruct Physical Security and Tactics (Phy-Tac) subjects to Basic Security Guard (BSG) students in order to create Marines in the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 8152 i n accordance with the course Program of Instruction (POI), class Letter of Instruction (LOI), Company SOP, and Training and Readiness Standards (T&R).
Collaborate with fellow Senior and Master instructors in order to stay up to date with new standards of instruction passed down by the Company Commander.
Ensured that all Marines where up to date and screened with their background Investigation prior to attending the Basic Security Guard Course.
Provided over 800 contact hours down range, along with creative practical application and 100 platform hours in a classroom setting to over 1,000 Basic Security Guard students in accordance with the Basic Security Guard Course curriculum in the following topics of Physical Security and Tactics: Entry Control Points (ECP), React to a Security Alert (RSA), Continuum of Force, Use of Force, Safeguard Classified Material, Expeditionary Site Security (ESS), Vehicle search, Personnel Search and Guardhouse Procedures, Principles and Fundamentals of Close Quarters Battle (CQB), Clear an Objective and Combating Terrorism.
3 years of proven experience with instructor-led instructional systems design and development, including development of classroom materials, design of instructor guides and design of student guides.
Developed and designed the most suitable courses, teaching methods and instructions to deliver efficient and engaging learning outcomes for over 3,000 Marines annually.
Worked side by side with subject matter experts to plan and make revisions to the Basic Security Guard curricula.
Created instructional and training materials including references and support tools that reinforce training, increase efficiency and help produce error-free work.
Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
2nd Battalion 3rd Marine RegimentKaneohe Bay, HIPlatoon Sergeant09/2011 to 10/2013
As a Platoon Sergeant, I lead, trained and ensured the well-being of the Marines in the Communications Platoon to include adherence to all safety regulations and guidelines associated with the maintenance and operations of all Command, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) equipment.
Completed turnover of all Communications equipment with zero discrepancies to the 1st Battalion 3D Marines to include: 675 Controlled Cryptographic Items (CCI) worth over $3.5 million without any incidents.
Increased the Communications Platoon occupational readiness by developing a new platoon-level tracking system for annual training and Personal Military Education (PME) resident and non-resident courses for 80 Marines.
As a squad leader over 40 Marines, while deployed to Guam for Certification Exercise (CERTEX) I was responsible for the safe execution and mission accomplishments of the reinforced role players in support of the helicopter and boat raids.
1st Battalion 12th Marine RegimentKaneohe Bay, HIField Radio Operator07/2008 to 09/2011
I supervised preventive maintenance and maintenance management of communication equipment for the radio section resulting in zero incidents saving the Command hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Supervised troubleshooting of communication and information systems between the antenna hill, technical control facility and Combat Operations Center (COC).
Supervised the embarkation plan of all radio assets resulting in zero incidents with gear valuing over $4 Million.
Drafted radio systems documentation: guard charts, single-channel radio network diagrams and watch schedules for over 85 Marines.
Supervised the operation of communications security equipment with zero incidents saving the command hundreds of thousands of dollars.
As a Combat Marksmanship Coach (CMC) I analyzed difficulties of over 10,000 shooters during dry and live fire exercises in all phases of the Marine Corps Marksmanship Program during qualification and re-qualification with the result of multiple Expert and Sharpshooter Marines.
Directed all Call for Fire Missions as the Battalion Radiotelephone Operator (RTO) inside of the Fire Direction Center (FDC) which includes: Establishing and maintaining communications on the battalion command/ fire direction (CF) net. Determining and transmitting the messages to the observer when battalion missions are conducted on the battalion CF net. Encodes and decodes messages, target lists, and fire plans.
Ensured proper authentication of appropriate messages and all fire missions while deployed as part of the Unit Deployment Program (UDP) to Okinawa Japan resulting in zero incidents and earning the Command a deployment position for the next rotation into Operation Enduring Freedom.
Education and Training
High School DiplomaPoint Park University, Pittsburgh, PA, United StatesContinuing Education with concentration in Information Technologies. Specifically, Cyber security.
Administrative Management, Classroom Discipline, Classroom Instruction, Classroom Management, Community Involvement, Counseling, Creative Lesson Planning, Critical Thinking, Curriculum Development, Family Involvement, Goal Setting and Implementation, Group Instruction, Instructing, Instructional Methods, Learning Strategies, Multicultural populations, Problem Solving, Program Development, Public Relations, Research, Social Perceptiveness, Speaking, Specialized Testing, Student Evaluations, Teaching, Team Building, Time Management, Urban Classroom Settings, Writing, Active Learning, Enthusiastic People Person, Advanced Problem-Solving, Great Organizational Skills