Exceptional Former platoon sergeant with 11 years of experience identifying strategic and operational risks and making recommendations to senior-level staff. Extensively trained in defensive tactics, conflict resolution and operational readiness.
-Maintained 100% accountability of over 400 Marines and Sailors, 120 Afghan National Army, and Iraq police.
-Generated a partnered training program that fostered noticeable improvements in the professionalism of Afghan National Army, and Iraq police forces.
Has been awarded Navy And Marine Corps Commendation Metal with Combat Valor, two Navy Marine Corps Achievement Medals, two Combat Action Ribbons, a Presidential Unit Citation, three Navy Unit Citations, three Marine Corps Good Conduct Metals, National Defense Service Meta, two Afghanistan Campaign Metals, three Iraq Campaign Metals , Global War On Terrorism Expeditionary Metal, Global War On Terrorism Service Metal, four Sea Service Deployment Ribbons, Nato Metal Isaf Afghanistan Metal , three Certificates Of Commendation, Meritorious Mast, eighth award rifle qualification, and fifth award pistol qualification
Coordinates and supervises the embarkation/debarkation, maintenance, condition, and care of the platoons weapons and equipment including accountability, communication equipment, and if applicable, maintenance, and upkeep of the platoon's assigned vehicles
Formally instructed and qualified 1200 Marines on multiple weapon systems to include m9 pistol, m16/m4 rifle, at4, 249 saw light machinegun, 240b medium machinegun, m2 50 cal. and mk19 heavy machinegun and grenade launcher.
Successfully leveraged mechanical and combat experience to recon, plan for, build, and improve force protection measures for 7 patrol bases in the platoon and company area of operation.
Maintained a strict and effective maintenance schedule for generators, G-BOSS systems, Gyroscope system, heating systems, and communications suites.
Leadership and administration, military studies, war fighting techniques
Tactical tools, training, leadership i, leadership ii, administration, communication, war fighting, squad operations, tactical planning,
Individual & crew served weapons (M4, M9, M203, M249, M67, M240, and AT-4), land navigation, marine corps martial arts program sustainment, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and, offensive and defensive techniques, combat hunter, scouting and patrolling, leadership, mout/immediate actions, combat marksmanship, optics, IED training, entry control points, vehicle control points
Offensive and defensive operations, combat support, combat service support, noncombatant considerations, movement, clearing, and firing techniques, weapons effects, subterranean operations, limited visibility operations.
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