SECTION CHIEF, POLICE SERVICES / SUPERINTENDENT TRAINING / RECRUITER / NCOIC, TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT / NCOIC, PLANS & PROGRAMS / HIGH-CALIBER PROFESSIONAL WITH PROVEN SUCCESS IN MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION, TRAINING, RECRUITING, AND STAFFING PERSONNEL. AN EXTENSIVE AND FULFILLING CAREER IN THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE INCLUDES YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE, CRADLE-TO-GRAVE SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE LEADING TO VAST KNOWLEDGE OF ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES, GROUP PROCESSES AND PRINCIPLES OF STRATEGIC PROGRAM PLANNING AND EXECUTION. THE YEARS HAVE PRODUCED AN EFFICIENT, DRIVEN, FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE, FOCUSED AND EXTREMELY VERSATILE INDIVIDUAL WITH A TALENT FOR ANTICIPATING, FACILITATING AND RESOLVING CONFLICT IN THE PURSUIT OF CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT. AREAS OF EXPERTISE: Human Resource Management & Personnel Administration Recruiting & Staffing Public Relations Planning & Execution Education, Training & Development Measurement, Analysis & Evaluation Telecommunication Skills Nuclear Weapons System Security Interview Techniques Sales & Marketing Team Building & Leadership Safety, Security & Quality Management Equipment & Resource Procurement/Purchase & Allocation
Security Clearance: "Secret" Principles of Instruction Civilian Personnel Management, Supervisory Crs Lean Six Sigma for N-NC Quality Leadership Crs Air Force Recruiting Professional Selling Skills Air Force Basic Inspector Crs Exercise, Evaluation Team Air Force Nuclear Surety Inspector, AF Inspection Agency IGI-AFAI-NSI National Security Personnel System course Unit/Supervisor Safety Operational Risk Management Emergency Management Records Custodian Professional Military Education - SEJPME, SNCOA, SNCO Enhancement Seminar, NCOA, ALS Phoenix Raven Course, class 99-01 Nuclear Certification Level I Government Purchase Card Emergency Management Institute, FEMA, Active Shooter course - What Would You Do.
Emergency Management Institute, FEMA, Workplace Violence Awareness course And many more.
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE/5TH SECURITY FORCES SQUADRON － Minot AFB, North Dakota
Earned series of awards and accolades for contributions in such positions as Section Chief, Police Services, Superintendent Training and Development, Flight Chief, Facilities Management team, Recruiting and NCOIC, Training and Development during my successful career with USAF.
Highlights of tenure include:.
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE / 5TH SECURITY FORCES SQUADRON, Minot AFB, North Dakota.
Section Chief March 2014 to CurrentPolice Services
Supervisor SMSgt Paul A. Rodgers － Minot AFB, ND
Managed the Police Services section overseeing base patrolmen, installation entry control, crime prevention and confinement operations.
Law Enforcement operations were responsible for installation administration and securing $5.5B in Protection Level 1(PL-1) resources, 28 B-52 aircraft, infrastructure, housing and maintaining Department of Defense PL-1 requirements for Department of Energy shipments, generated aircraft, and the Weapons Storage Areas for the Air Force's only dual-wing nuclear installation.
Collaborated/assisted with investigations enforcing standards of conduct, discipline, and adherence to laws and directives.
Management of the confinement section consisted of staffing, coordinating legal policy, and ensuring safe, correctional and humane treatment of inmates.
Selected Contributions: Knowledge of organizational structures and decision-making, group processes and requirements in various administrative areas Provided support service administrative functions to installation population; administrative POC for installation entry authorization lists (EAL), execution of traffic enforcement, good order and discipline Prepared/presented monthly status reports; researched & drafted statistical and graphic representations for wing monthly status meeting Coordinated multi-agency new construction for the installations new Vehicle Search pit project; fortifing PL-1 entry control standards while maintaining financial discipline and saving the squadron $36K in funding Managed, developed, coordinated and implemented the installation's first-ever Regulated Garbage program.
Researched and authored the training and compliance standards; ensured the Bomb Wing(BW) met US Department of Agriculture(USDA) inspection requirements Unit POC for $7.5M Runway Repair project; facilitated 6 agencies entry requirements; ensured contractor timeliness and bomb wing's timelines met Coordinated 25 joint military and local Law Enforcement field sobriety courses, certifying 25 Defenders; bolstered squadron's DUI detection capabilities by 55% Oversaw US Customs Program; led 72 Airman through 12 aircraft inspections; preventing contraband introduction and upholding international customs laws Skilled additional duty First Sgt; completed 4-day course; supported administrative processes & guided CC through 15 LORs/24 Article 15s/13 DOS rollbacks while maintaining good order and discipline Served as advisor to commander and liaison between leadership on morale, health, welfare, and discipline issues for 525 Airman; dutifully bridged the gap for 300 unaccompanied Airmen focusing on Quality of Life issues.
Superintendent July 2012 to March 2014UNITED STATES AIR FORCE/5TH SECURITY FORCES SQUADRON
Hours: 50/wk Supervisor: Major Tyrone P.
Bess, Deputy Commander, Minot AFB, ND 58704 Program manager of 9-member Instructor team in day-to-day operations directing training and upholding Department of Defense (DOD) compliance requirements for the largest Security Forces(SF) unit in Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC).
Ensured administrative duties of documentation, tracking, coordinating and scheduling of annual, recurrent, and refresher training.
Pursued continuous process improvement related to all Force Protection planning, policies and procedures in training for response to potential threats, prevention/deterrence of terrorist attacks and recapture/recovery operations.
Oversaw the design and implementation of the Annual training plan, curriculum/lesson plan development and scheduling IAW nuclear standards and requirements for 643 security forces and augmentees.
Served as Commander's focal point for monthly Status of Training reports on Nuclear Security/Law Enforcement training for 525 Airman in the protection of $5.5B in Protection Level (PL-1) assets.
Responsible for drafting annual budget for training asset acquisition for $20K/450K rounds of Ammunitions & Explosives and other training equipment Selected Contributions: Completed AF Nuclear Surety Inspector crs Sound leadership drove the training section's success during '13 Consolidated Unit Inspection (CUI).
The team was responsible for managing 252 inspection items and their expertise was vital in receiving a "Superior Team" award, "Best Practice" award, and garnering an "Excellent" rating for the squadron and wing.
Oversaw Unit Education and Training section.
Ensured preparation of '14-'16 formal training allocation requests, fulfilling 115 formal training allocations and 67 temporary duty (TDY) positions.
Secured $469K in funding allowing continued Total Force Development.
Augmented Air Force Global Strike Command's(AFGSC) Inspector General (IG) for the 509th BW Defense Threat Nuclear Surety Inspection (DNSI).
Responsible for inspecting 4 programs/107 items; certified Chief Staff of the Air Force(CSAF) #1 priority and wing's mission Proven Leader! Piloted Nuclear Surety Inspection preparation and training; scoured 5 programs with zero deficiencies; reviewed/revised the wing Nuclear Surety Handbook equipped Defenders with personal reference.
Squadron security rated "Excellent" and wing "Satisfactory".
Piloted $800K facility upgrade; cleared way for Phase I construction, operation vital to combined Bomb Wing/Missile Wing SF joint training capabilities Created and coordinated Active Shooter training video.
Prepared 420 Airman; training validated and proven successful during real-world threat on Minot AFB.
Training provided response forces ability to secure 4 schools, 800 personnel, and led to an FBI arrest.
Instrumental in the merger between the 5th Security Forces Squadron, 91st Security Forces Group, and the 54th Helicopter Squadron Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP); increased weapon recapture/recovery operations and overall firepower by 170% Crafted flight training for PRAIRIE GUARDIAN exercise 12-3 and CONSTANT VIGILANCE exercise '13; prepared 2 convoy teams to conduct 60 PL-1 weapons transports; the wing met USSTRATCOM timeline for generated aircraft, rated "Excellent" Hosted 1st Empowered Women's seminar accommodating 100 military and civilian personnel in targeting the Air Force's Sexual Assault initiative; program benchmarked by Chef Master Sergeant of the Air Force (CMSAF).
Ensured 4 flights armed with 450 trained defenders capable of maintaining alertness, awareness and vigilance; enabled BW to conduct 900+ B-52 sorties; key to recognition as AFGSC "Best Command" award.
Unit Safety Representative July 2012 to March 2014UNITED STATES AIR FORCE/5TH SECURITY FORCES SQUADRON
Hours: 10/wk Supervisor: Major Tyrone P.
Bess, Deputy Commander, Minot AFB, ND 58704 Ensured implementation of the Air Force Occupational Safety and Health (AFOSH) program's mandated training in facilitating a safe work environment for military and civilian personnel.
Applied Operational Risk Management (ORM) Cycle in assessing duty hazards utilizing the six-step process to analyze and systematically select the best course of action while maximizing benefits and minimizing risks associated with weapons and ground safety.
Conducted monthly work-center spot inspections and tracked, analyzed and reported all safety mishaps and compliance deficiencies to appropriate level.
Selected Contributions: Administered safety training for unit orientation, change in assignment/duty position, refresher, new equipment, processes and procedures.
Provided statistical data and graphic presentations to leadership on status of safety program; ensured compliance with regulations, and implementation of corrective actions to deficiencies Responsible for unit safety oversight/implementation safety training, policies, and procedures for 525 military and civilian personnel; provided winter safety, workplace safety, ground and weapons, laser safety, High risk activity, break safety and much more Ensured Hazardous Waste, Motorcycle safety, Nuclear Surety, Weapons Safety, Explosive Safety and Laser safety reps were appointed, trained, and equipped to perform all duties Responsible for evacuation/shelter-in-place planning, coordination, training, and implementation of exercise evaluation Initiated, tracked, maintained and updated AF Form 55, Employee Safety and Health Records for 500+ personnel Conducted Annual Ground and Weapons safety inspections; responsible for 140 inspections items, 35 facilities.
Unit rated "Satisfactory" CY12 -CY13 Conducted annual review of unit Job Safety Training Guide; aligned safety measures with Air Force Consolidated Occupational Safety Instruction guidance, US Air Force Mishap Prevention Program, Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) program and other Air Force 91 series regulations Squadron POC for installation Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Compliance Assessment and Management (ESOHCAMP).
Served as functional area manager providing & assisting base facility support for 12,144 BW/91MWAirmen and civilians Selected Contributions: Squadron force multiplier! Upheld squadron manning requirements by motivating/assisting troubled Airman's transition back to functional duty; fortified PL-1 effectiveness.
Oversaw facility management restoration; initiated CE self-help project reducing squadron allocation and saving $1.1K in funding Coordinated '12 NUWAIX exercise, FMT mission support; labeled "Best Planning Cycle Ever Seen" by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency(DTRA).
Pacific Enlisted Accessions Recruiter, Tier 2 Supervisor January 2008 to July 2011UNITED STATES AIR FORCE/369TH RECRUITING SQUADRON － Aiea, Hawaii
Responsible for recruiting, selling, qualifying, testing, training, educating and staffing diverse civilians in the performance of protecting National Security and America's Future.
Conducts criminal and financial background investigations; evaluates the impact of potential adverse/derogatory information, and provides corrective actions for employment consideration.
Completes/submits SF 86, Security Clearance form , AFRS Recruiting Form 1408, Job Screening form, AF Form 2030, Drug and Alcohol Abuse Certificate and other personal information forms for enlistment processing.
Provided recruits with knowledge, skills and developed an overall strategy and road map necessary to perform duties as a member of the world's greatest Air Force.
Proficient in public speaking and sales presentations, determining eligibility requirements and applicant processing and classification.
Entrusted to perform duties related to the development, motivation and mentorship of recruits within the Delayed Enlistment program(DEP) and become proficient in advertising and promotion of benefits, effective telecommunications, lead management, time management and computer functions, including familiarization, data collection and input, electronic mail and files management/maintenance.
Performed acquisition planning for multi-media services necessary for efficient recruiting operations.
Selected Contributions: Aligned professional actions with squadron/group objectives; overproduced by 36%; vital to Enlisted Programs (EA), earned flight's "Top Recruiter" award FY'10 and the squadron an "Excellent" rating during the Air Force Recruiting Service (AFRS) Unit Compliance Inspection(UCI) Exceptional Performer! Earned AFRS Gold Olympiad award - shipped 70+ recruits to Basic Military Training (BMT) FY08; earned AFRS Bronze Olympiad award - shipped 40+ recruits to BMT FY09 Marketing guru! Conducted market research, demonstrated ability to procured free advertisement and radio space; saved AF thousands in funding Negotiated, prepare, and presented contract terms and conditions; recognized for continuous new enlistment contract (NEC) overproduction - 2X Senior Recruiter Badge recipient for overproduction Success validated, rated 369 Recruiting Squadron (RCS) "NCO of the Year" FY08, AFRS "NCO of the Qt, FY09.
Enlisted Accessions Recruiter, Tier 1 May 2004 to January 2008UNITED STATES AIR FORCE/314TH RECRUITING SQUADRON － Haddonfield, New Jersey
Hours: 55/wk Supervisor: Senior Master Sergeant (ret) Ronald Orr Responsible for meeting annual USAF manpower requirements by accessing highly qualified civilian candidates from a 90 square-mile area.
Conducted/maintained market research/production analysis for recruiting zones and initiated advertising/promotion of cross-cultural public relations programs for 10 high schools, 2 colleges, and various organizations, up to and including, meeting with local politicians, civil servants, and educators Selected Contributions: Earned 154% production rate in new enlistment contracts, FY06 Master of service-after-sale technique; garnered 97.9% BMT graduation success rate FY06, earned AFRS BMT Attrition award Planned, developed and executed "Recruiting America's Team" camps; procured training sites, provided instruction in Professional Sales Skills, Lead Generation and refinement, increased enlistment flow by 1+ body each month, 2nd qrt FY07 2X Senior Recruiter Badge recipient Superior production was instrumental in earning the 314th RCS the 360th Group "Top Overall Squadron" award FY05 and the AFRS "Standard of Excellence" award FY05, Amassed 170% production rate; flight propelled to #8/138 and squadron #1/24.
May 2002 to May 2004UNITED STATES AIR FORCE/305TH SECURITY FORCES SQUADRON NCOIC － McGuire AFB, New Jersey
Hours:50/wk Supervisor: Command Chief Master Sergeant (ret) Brye McMillion Responsible for managing and developing the training program for SF personnel, Individual Mobilization Augmentees(IMA) and base Augmentees.
Oversaw planning, training development, and implementation of policies, procedures and methodologies ensuring job proficiency at all skill levels.
Implemented curriculum, recruited/staffed instructors, enrolled students and budgeted for over 20 formal and specialty training courses annually.
Managed audio/visual equipment, computer-based training system, provided on-the-job training and regulated Air Base Defense training.
Practiced cross-functional coordination with base and other military services to facilitate in-service and ancillary training.
Oversaw the scheduling of weapons firing and medical appointments.
Selected Contributions: Possess strong ability to work independently or in a team setting to meet deadlines and handle complex situations with conflicting priorities Awarded 305th "NCO of the Quarter", 4th Qrt and "NCO of the Year" for leadership and management abilities Endorsed by Commander to perform duties as Installation Exercise, Evaluation and Training (EET) team member; position improved trend analysis/data collection, facilitating training and process improvement Total Force Planner! Provided training and instruction to 190 SF members, 125 117th US Army Cavalry personnel and 7 IMA's on installation security procedures, SF duties and responsibilities, Armament System Procedures (ASP) and flight line driving procedures; conjoined services and base personnel served as a model for other SF units Designed, scheduled, and oversaw quarterly SF duties/weapons training for 200 BW Augmentees; increased protection of $4B in AF PL-3 resources Spearheaded production and revision of the Prime Nuclear Airlift(PNAF) and Security Forces handbooks; incorporated and utilized by the 305th SFS, 514th SFS, Air Force Reserve, and the 108th SFS, Air National Guard.
Phoenix Raven Program Manager/Equipment Custodian May 2003 to May 2004UNITED STATES AIR FORCE/305TH SECURITY FORCES SQUADRON － McGuire AFB, New Jersey
Supervisor: CMSGT Hector Soler, Security Forces Manager, Kadena AB, JA Phoenix Raven #380! Program manager responsible for 21 Ravens entrusted to perform as members of a force protection team assigned to deployed AMC aircraft/personnel in austere locations providing aircraft security, in-flight anti-hijacking security, and flight deck denial.
Coordinated missions, prepared teams/travel order, researched, procured, and allocated equipment.
Trained on mission capabilities and planning, cross-culture and verbal judo communication, mission intelligence sources, legal considerations, embassy operations, explosive detection and procedures, Introduction to terrorism, terrorist operations, individual protective measures, detecting terrorist surveillance, hostage survival, airfield surveys/assessments and aircraft familiarization.
Selected Contributions: Ambassador for the US! Deployed over 71 times in support of Presidential, State Department and Humanitarian missions.
Recognition includes featured articles in base/local newpapers and internet media outlets.
Stellar performance earned selection as 305th SFS "Phoenix Raven Team Member of the Year" CY01 Mission highlights: Supported security for President Clinton's Africa visit, Madeline Albright's North Korea visit, extradition of John Walker Lind and several South American Capstone missions Acquired/maintained over $500K in mission/training inventory: conferred/coordinated with commercial vendors on procurement needs, terms and services, prices, and delivery schedules; ensured 100% accountability Coordinated over 70 missions to 40+ countries, provided Raven support during OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM and IRAQI FREEDOM.
Requested by HQ AMC/SF for high profile NASA recovery mission to Republic of Kazakhstan; safeguarded 15 member airborne medical team during first-ever landing of US astronauts on foreign soil Implemented the unit's first-ever use of Blanket TDY Orders; saved the Commander's Support Staff 20 man-hours.
May 1999 to May 2001UNITED STATES AIR FORCE/305TH SECURITY FORCES SQUADRON NCOIC － McGuire AFB, New Jersey
Hours: 40/wk Supervisor: Command Chief Master Sergeant (ret) Brye McMillion Researched DOD, AF, major command/multi-command directives, instructions, and supplements for required guidance and compliance.
Developed, drafted and coordinated 25 installation and squadron plans and checklists related to Installation Security, protection of nuclear resources, Chemical, Biological, and Mass Casualty Response and personnel/security operations.
Reviewed current and new support agreements, Memorandums of Understanding, annexes/appendices to other directorates' plans; ensured Security Forces capabilities were within directives.
Performance and expertise were integral in the unit earning consecutive "Excellent" ratings during two HQ AMC Nuclear Security Inspections.
Selected Contributions: Excellent Administrator! Provided stellar performance and expertise while processing updates and formatting written guidance for all SF plans and directives; pivotal in the unit's "Excellent" rating during the '01 Defense Threat Reduction Agency Nuclear Surety Inspections (DNSI) and the unit's first-ever "Outstanding" during the Air Mobility Command's Nuclear Surety Inspection(NSI) Researched/coordinated the Thule AB Support Agreement; fiscal discipline and attention to detail ensured the tracking, return and reimbursement of unit assets Knowledge of directives and instructions governing local and DOD requirements, led to being selected as the focal point for installation issues concerning Security Forces duties, coordination of security support during Dover AFB runway closure and the POC for the 305th Medical Group Contingency Response Plan.
Additional USAF experience includes key roles as Superintendent, Administration, Additional First Sergeant, Emergency Management Rep, and Gov't Purchase Card Holder, Reports & Analysis Incident Clerk/Traffic Administrator, Installation Patrolman, Pass and Registration Clerk,.
Major awards include: Air Force Commendation Medals, Meritorious Service Medal and others for performance and contributions.
Details and references are available upon request.
BS : Human Resource Management Applied Science, Human Resource Management/Personnel AdministrationPark University Community College of the Air ForceHuman Resource Management Applied Science, Human Resource Management/Personnel Administration
Associate : Applied Science, Criminal JusticeCommunity College of the Air ForceApplied Science, Criminal Justice
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Enlisted Management System(EMS), , Audio/Visual equipment, Computer-based training system, Air Force Recruiting Information Support System Total Force (AFRISS-TF) database, Enlisted Management System(EMS) performance report database, Security Forces Information Management System(SFIMS) qualification database, Advanced Distributed Learning Service(ADLS) web-based training and the Automated Time Attendance & Production System(ATAAPS) civilian pay data-base