Army Basic Training / Marine Corps Recruit Training / Marine Corps Jungle Warfare Training/Marine Corps Auxiliary security training / Marine Corps Sergeants Course / Marine Corps Career Course.
Radio / Communications Managers Course, Harris Radio Systems, Leadership Seminar, Maintenance Cycle Process, Record Keeping, Tools for Coaching, Tools for Excellence, Public Speaking, Advance Sales, Mentorship Training.
Apr 2009 to Jul 2014
Hours working: Mon- Fri 0600-1800 (60 +Hrs), Weekends/on-call 24hrs/7days/week
Radio Chief / Okinawa, Japan: Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, and MCB Twentynine Palms, California.
Create complex communication plans for my unit in support of field operations.
Supervise the installation of radios in their appropriate systems, manage the daily operations in the radio section to include counseling and mentoring junior Marines.
Supervised the radio inventory containing daily site counts, monthly inventories, and quarterly inspections with accurate accountability and efficient maintenance to equipment.
Management of a large work force structure with the accountability, effective disposition, efficient dissemination of radio equipment, including maintenance personnel and radio fleet assets valued in the excess of $5M.
Radio OperatorApr 2002 to Apr 2009 MCAS Futenma － Camp Pendleton Okinawa, Japan, California
Hours working: Mon- Fri 0600-1800 (60 +Hrs), Weekends/on-call 24hrs/7days/week Establish and maintain radio and satellite communications with both upper lower echelon units.
Maintain 100% accountability of both equipment and personnel under my supervision.
Perform limited maintenance on the communication equipment as well as perform cryptographic change over to maintain communication security.
custodian and managerDec 1997 to Jun 2001 Electronic Key Management Systems EKMS
Hours working: Mon- Fri 0600-1800 (60 +Hrs), Weekends/on-call 24hrs/7days/week Administrative Specialist / Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Create and maintain personal files for every soldier in the battalion, as well as maintaining accurate accountability of all personnel.
Generate essential monthly reports and submit them to higher headquarters in a timely manner.
Type, scan or copy evaluation reports, awards recommendations and promotion documents.
Sep 1997 to Sep 2001 United States Marine Corps
Retired Marine Corps Staff Sergeant in service from November 4, 2001 to September 30, 2014 that served as a manager, supervisor at various leadership position as a U.S.
citizen with a previously held Secret and Top Secret Clearance and now currently an active Secret Clearance offering 13 years of fleet vehicle communications equipment support, installation, operations management, problem solving and decision making service and maintenance to fleet equipment from global operational commitments from the United States Marine Corps.
Management of a large work force structure with the accountability, effective disposition, efficient dissemination of radio equipment, including maintenance personnel and radio fleet assets valued in excess of $ 5M.
Provided changes to the communication process and requirements with planning, readiness, installation, operations and maintenance within the fleet program.
Possesses a comprehensive background in complex fleet radio operations, multiple Motorola and Harris communications programming, employed in vehicles, and with effective strategic plan, efficient maintenance management and critical thinking services all derived from global operations in support radio operations of the My duties included accurately keeping accountability of unit personnel typing letters, reports, requisition forms and official orders, organizing and maintaining files and publications, ordering office supplies, greeting and assisting office visitors, scheduling training and leave for unit personnel and answering phones and providing general information.
On April 13, 2007, I completed an Auxiliary Security Force Training given by U.S.
Marine Corps Military Police in Okinawa Japan.
This training was giving in order to augment the Military Police that guard Marine Corps Air Station Futenma.
During this training evolution, I learned how to detain persons of interest, safe guard the base during riots or other threats to security, how to safely employ the shotgun during a dynamic entry and how to continue with the mission when OC spray get into eyes.
Currently employed as a police officer under the Marine Civilian Corps Law Enforcement Program (MCCLEP) since September 26, 2016.
Serving as a Police Officer (GS05) with Marine Corps Police Department on Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) in Barstow, California, but previously served at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) Twentynine Palms, California at the Provost Marshal Office (PMO) with overall responsibility to maintain law and order and to protect life, property, and civil rights of individuals through enforcement of the full range of Federal, State, and local Laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations, and the United Code of Military Justice.
Investigate and apprehend of persons or groups suspected or convicted of offenses against the criminal laws of the United States.
Patrol areas on foot and by motor vehicle and perform duty at various posts.
Engage in traffic control and serves as a deterrent to crime by being present in the area and through observation, inspection and investigation.
Implement antiterrorism/force protection measures, write technical descriptive documents/reports, and perform other law enforcement duties as assigned.
Gather and analyze facts, take statements, perform traffic law enforcement, and perform law enforcement duties at fixed posts such as entry and exit gates throughout the installation.
Perform a wide variety of complex law enforcement duties generated by the surrounding area of the installation and as direct by the base commanding general.
Now in the last phase of the FTO (Field Training Officer) program which is due to be completed on October 15, 2017.