Highly personable self starter with demonstrated ability to supervise, lead, follow, and serve in all aspects of operations. comprehensive background supporting U.S. military operations in roles of increasing responsibility during an 8 year career serving in both the USA and USAF. Effective communicator who masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results.
Works well under pressure
Highly responsible and reliable
Army, armed forces, Basic, dentistry, interpretation, Leadership, life support, medical management, access, personnel, pharmacology, resuscitation, simulation, supervisor, teamwork, trauma, x-ray
10/2014 to 12/2016
Scout Team Leader / InfantryUS Army － Fort Bragg, NC
Conducted reconnaissance to provide the commander with information that had tactical value concerning the enemy, terrain, weather, and civil considerations within the AO.
Reconnoitered terrain to determine current and future movement and maneuver conditions; determined the enemy's disposition, strengths and weakness in detail; provided the information necessary to allow combined armed forces to maneuver against the enemy; strike where the enemy is most vulnerable, and apply power to defeat it; gathered the information needed for execution of stability within the AO.
Provided necessary intelligence for effective and accurate planning, leading to successful execution of missions.
Leadership and Support:
Provided for the morale, health, and training of a 4-man team, counseled and disciplined subordinates, encouraged teamwork and professionalism, lead by example to ensure the highest level of professionalism.
As a direct result of my mentorship, two of four members in my reconnaissance team attended and successfully completed Ranger School.
Accounted for sensitive items and personnel at all times, assuming control of the squad in Squad Leader's absence and performing duties as shift supervisor.
Maintained 100% accountability of team equipment; sustained zero loss of any sensitive items by the team (valued at $430,550.00).
Had zero security violations in regards to my access to classified and sensitive information.
Demonstrated leadership, ensuring all team members were qualified and proficient at assigned jobs.
Responsible for training a company size element in Basic Life Saving (BLS) skills.
As a result the Company successfully completed 100% qualification for BLS.
06/2014 to 10/2014
Scout / InfantryUS Army － Fort Bragg, NC
Responsible for providing actionable intelligence to necessary leadership to further the mission parameters provided to me.
The process of which involved incorporating surveillance and counter surveillance tactics, utilizing stalking and advance camouflage methods, advanced long range reconnaissance techniques, and functioning as an isolated element in a forward deployed simulation with minimal operational support.
Volunteered for and completed US Army Ranger School based out of Fort Benning, Georgia.
Ranger School is one of the toughest training schools a soldier can volunteer for.
Army Ranger NCOs are experts in leading soldiers on difficult missions-and to do this they need rigorous training.
For over two months, Ranger students train to exhaustion, pushing the limits of their minds and bodies.
Selected to attend Expert Infantry Qualification and was awarded the Expert Infantry Badge (EIB) upon successful completion, the attrition rate is 10% per class.
The purpose of the EIB is to recognize infantrymen who have demonstrated a mastery of critical tasks that build the core foundation of individual proficiency.
Participated in over 15 airborne operations, utilizing multiple aircraft.
Coordinated follow on reconnaissance missions upon landing in drop zones.
02/2013 to 05/2014
Student / Special Operations Combat MedicUS Army － Fort Bragg, NC
Obtained the ability to manage pediatric, obstetric, gynecologic, geriatric, and adult episodic and chronic conditions.
General course topics of study include emergency medical management, trauma management, physical assessment, pharmacology, preventative healthcare, primary healthcare, cardio pulmonary resuscitation, x-ray interpretation, battlefield medicine, advanced cardio life support, administration of intravenous fluids and medication, and dentistry.
Education and Training
High school diplomaLa Porte High School
Bachelor's of Science: BiologyAttendance at Eastern Washington UniversityBiology emphasis is placed on the Pre-Medical Program, for future attendance of Medical School at a future date
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
Army Commendation Medal; Army Achievement Medal; Air force Achievement Medal; USAF Meritorious Unit Award Ribbon; Army Good Conduct Medal; USAF Good Conduct Medal; National Defense Service Medal; Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal; Global War on Terrorism Service Medal; Iraq Campaign Medal w/ Campaign Star; Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon; Army Service Ribbon; USAF Expeditionary Service Ribbon; USAF Training Ribbon; Expert Infantryman Badge; Ranger Tab; Parachutist Badge.