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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

I am currently a Navy SEAL, serving at SEAL Team SEVEN. I have deployed to middle east combat zones four times for a total of 18 months. My next tour will be a two year tour serving as a Troop Commander of Special Boat Team 22. I have always had a passion to become a teacher and after my operational time expires in the Teams, I am looking to shift careers as a teacher.

Skills
  • Student-Centered Learning
  • Public Speaking
  • Informative Communication
  • Positive Reinforcement
  • Positive Learning Environment
  • Audience engagement
  • USNA Wrestler
Work History
Platoon Assistant Officer in Charge, 06/2019 to 10/2021
LinamarFletcher, NC,
  • Handled administrative requirements smoothly and efficiently, including maintaining records, accountability, submission of training qualifications; coordinate specialized gear requests; review, edit, route, and submit enlisted Evaluation Reports..
  • Served as Squad 1 commander of Hotel Platoon, accountable of 10 SEALs in their readiness, organization, and overall tactical effectiveness.
  • Served as the Vehicle Commander of the lead vehicle in 10 Tactical Ground Movement Immediate Action Drills, and two full mission profiles that entailed IED strikes, maneuvering enemy contact, and wounded SEAL medical scenarios.
  • Served as the Ground Force Commander of Hotel Platoon for three Full Mission Profiles responsible for communicating to a 20 man platoon the purpose, task, and teaching the overall grand scheme of understanding the mission that the platoon has been assigned to conduct.
  • On deployment served as the Future Operations officer at Task Force 3. Reviewed, disseminated, and was responsible for obtain approvals of operations and intelligence sharing packages within the Arabian Peninsula under the Special Operations Central Command. This coordination involved Interagency partners, three U.S. Ambassadors, a personnel recovery unit and Joint Special Operations Aviation Command. Also, acted as the Personnel Recovery Officer and Intelligence Sharing teaching two commanding officers the grand scheme and nuance details of each process.
  • Also, on deployment served as a squad commander in an austere combat zone, developing, executing, and leading 12 SEALs in a highly sensitive operating environment. Also, oversaw the training and curriculum of partner nation advance combat skills instruction.
Student, 06/2018 to 06/2019
Command And General Staff CollegeCity, STATE,
  • Searched at library and in scholarly databases to locate necessary information for research projects.
  • Followed all school and classroom policies, regulations, dress codes and schedules.
  • Led 16 students in the execution of US Navy and US SOF forces in two multinational and joint large scale combat operation exercises.
  • Selected out of 80 senior ranking O4s to participate in an Australia Defense College exchange trip. Was verbally ranked #1 student out of the exchange trip, excelling at participating amongst the Australian staff group and forging bonds with an O5 Australian Naval EOD Officer.
  • Achieved a Masters in Military Arts and Science with a 3.64 GPA.
Assistant Officer in Charge, 10/2016 to 10/2018
SEAL Team THREECity, STATE,
  • Handled administrative requirements smoothly and efficiently, including maintaining records and submitting [Timeframe] reports.
  • Oversaw teams planning, implementing and realigning operational strategies.
  • Planned and implemented an advance combat techniques curriculum of two Iraqi tribal forces comprised of over 50 personnel. Instruction included small arms weapon manipulation, shooting drills, direct action target assaults, EOD clearance of roads and buildings, vehicle assault techniques, and detainee handling procedures.
  • Communicated frequently with Tribal Force Sheiks (leaders), Iraqi fighters and military staff members to provide feedback and discuss operational strategies.
BUD/S and SQT, 12/2014 to 06/2016
Basic Training Command, US NavyCity, STATE,
  • Graduate Basic Underwater Demolition School with class 311.
  • Acted as Boat Crew Leader and Squad Leader in Class 311.
  • Graduated SEAL Qualification Training in Class 312.
  • Acted as a Squad Leader and XO of SQT Class 312.
  • Qualified in Lifeguard saving procedures; demolition creating, handling, and detonating; small arms weapon manipulation; diving in open and close circuit breathing apparatus; Military Free Fall; Static Line Parachutist; special operation tactics such as Close Quarters Combat, Land Warfare, Over the Beach, Vessel Boarding Search and Seizure, Oil Platform Assaults, Urban Combat, Free Fall inserts.
  • Created, coordinated, and briefed special operations mission planning exercises in all blocks of training.
Education
Master of Arts: Military Art And Science, Expected in 06/2019 to Command And General Staff College - Fort Leavenworth, KS,
GPA:

A Master of Military Art and Science is a type of Master's degree awarded by United States Army Command and General Staff College. Military Art and Science is an interdisciplinary field of study. It encompasses many academic disciplines insofar as they relate to war, peace, and the employment of military forces; they include established academic fields of study such as sociology, history, engineering, psychology, politics, geography, science, ethics, economics, anthropology, and others.

Bachelor of Science: Mathematics, Expected in 05/2014 to United States Naval Academy - Annapolis, MD,
GPA:
  • USNA Mathematics offers background in theory and foundations of mathematics, with courses in the traditional areas of analysis, linear algebra, complex variables, algebra, topology, geometry, and combinatorics, applications such as cryptography and coding theory, and special topics courses such as differential geometry, algebraic geometry, and mathematical physics.
  • Member of the USNA wrestling team.

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School Attended

  • Command And General Staff College
  • United States Naval Academy

Job Titles Held:

  • Platoon Assistant Officer in Charge
  • Student
  • Assistant Officer in Charge
  • BUD/S and SQT

Degrees

  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Science

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