ICS 003 Radiological Emergency Management
*ICS 005.a An Introduction to Hazardous Materials
*ICS 100 Introduction to the Incident Command System
*ICS 200 ICS for Single Recourses and Initial Action Incidents
*ICS 300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents
*ICS 301 Radiological Emergency Response
*ICS 346 Hazardous Materials for Medical Personnel
*ICS 700 National Incident Management System
*ICS 800.a National Response Plan, An Introduction
*ICS 800.b National Response Framework, An Introduction
*ICS 907 Active Shooter: What You Can Do
*Hazardous Material Incident Management
*Level 1 Antiterrorism Awareness Training
*Antiterrorism Officer Basic Course
*Total Army Instructor Training Course
*Small Group Instructor Training Course
*Battle Staff Non-Commissioned Officer Course
*HAZMAT Technician Certification (DOD)
*Civil Support Skills Course Certification
*Toxic Agent Training Certification
*Civil Support Team IED Awareness
*Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation (MEIR)
*Radiological Assistance Program Training for Emergency Response (RAPTER) Course
*Hazardous Material Technician and Emergency Response Course
*Environmental Sampling Course
03/2017 to Current
Range Operations NCOUS ARMY － Pickett, VA
Used computers for various applications, such as database management or word processing.
Answered telephones and give information to callers, take messages, or transfer calls to appropriate individuals.
Created, maintained, and enter information into databases.
Supervised units clearing and turning in of ranges in accordance with Fort Pickett standards.
12/2015 to 03/2017
Instructor / Travel Budget Manager
Computed cost of travel and accommodations, using calculator, computer, carrier tariff books, and hotel rate books, or quote package tour's costs.
Instructed 125 foreign soldiers from 4 countries in CBRNE operations and threats.
Organized travel for 53 missions to 12 countries.
Analyzed monthly travel budgeting and accounting reports to maintain expenditure controls.
Reviewed operating travel budgets to analyze trends affecting budget needs.
08/2014 to 12/2015
Operations Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge
Helped supervised a CBRNE response capability in this FEMA region that is able to provide timely life-saving capabilities within the first 48 hours of a CBRNE event Part of the Command and Control element that trained and directed joint multifaceted element able to respond to all CBRN events.
Supervised specially trained Soldiers that operate in contaminated areas directly supporting the CERFP with security and casualty assistance.
09/2005 to 07/2014
ModelerSurvey / Operations
Rapidly identify Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) hazards.
Pulled samples from hazardous chemicals, biological agents and radioactive materials.
Provided hazard modeling capability to determine the extent of contamination and the hazard to populated area.
Made sure the unit commander and Incident commander have a common operating picture (COP) of the incident at hand.
Education and Training
FISHBURNE MILITARY SCHOOL － Waynesboro, VA
AMERICAN MILITARY UNIVERSITYOn-line
Completed coursework towards Weapons of Mass Destruction,