Operation Noble Eagle and Enduring Freedom veteran seeking to transition from the Army National Guard to federal government contracting. Offers expertise in property accountability, logistics and configuration management.
Solutions-focused, versatile management professional offering a comprehensive background supporting U.S. military operations in roles of increasing responsibility during a 17 year career in the Army National Guard. Effective communicator who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results.
Military professional with experience in team management, administrative accountability and supply management. Effectively managed more than $1 million in equipment.
Awarded 3 Army Accommodation Medals.
Awarded 5 Army Achievement Medals.
Awarded 4 Army Good Conduct Medals.
Received the Humanitarian Service Medal in 2005 for Operation Katrina.
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
Formally commended by the Inspector General for superb supervisory actions and management in logistics.
Personally responsible for over $1,000,000.00 of command equipment with no deficiencies, losses or damages.
Served as the Senior Logistics NCO for the 169th Regiment (RTI); Supervised the Logistics Sections for 1st Battalion (Officer Candidate School), 2nd Battalion (Modular Training), and 3rd BN (Military Police); Supervised the maintaining of supplies, weapons, Table of Distribution and Allowances equipment and publications for all 3 Battalions and the 169th Regiment (RTI); Directly supported the Command and the CTARNG in recruiting and retention; Additional duties were but not limited to Custodian of Classified Documents, Arms Room/Weapons Key/Lock Custodian, Military License Issuing Authority, Dispatcher, Calibration Officer, and the Army Oil Analysis Program (AOAP) Monitor; Awarded 2 Army Accommodation Medals for directly contributing to the flawless execution of a Subsequent Command Inspection (SCI), Maintenance Inspection (COMET), and a Command Supply Discipline Program Inspection (CSDP) for the 169 Regiment (RTI). Oversaw the expenditure of $500,000.00 in operational funds to support various missions at the 169th Regiment (RTI).
Provided manpower to enhance training and improve mobilization readiness status for the unit and/or any attached detachments by performing responsibilities including, but not limited to, the accomplishment of the commander's plans and programs to attain training schedules for approval and other memorandums which comply with directives and publications of higher headquarters; maintains unit personnel, training, publication libraries and all materials required for reference in the planning for and support of unit administration, mobilization, readiness, and supply requirements; Awarded an Army Accommodation Medal for playing a vital role as an Instructor during the Military Police Course.
Performed as both the Unit Supply NCO and Military Police Squad Leader (MP) when unit was mobilized in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). Managed logistics, readiness, and training duties all while deployed. Commended by mobilization liaison and commander for being proactive in the planning of all the demobilization areas. Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for outstanding performance during the deployment.
Performs duties at assigned rank and above, provides guidance to lower grade personnel, directs personnel in establishing supply and inventory control management functions; maintains property under Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE); reviews daily and monthly records of issues of petroleum products and operating supplies; provides technical assistance to equipment records and parts specialist; earned state recognition during our Organization Inspection and maintenance inspection (COMET), recognized by the state Property Book Officer (PBO) during both inspections for being extremely prepared and well organized; was designated as the Radiation Safety NCO; deployed to West Point in support of Operation Noble Eagle, also deployed to New Orleans LA in support of Operation Katrina.
Coursework in the transportation and storage of hazardous materials.
Obtained advanced skills in the Army's guidance for use, licensing, disposal, transportation, dosimetry, accident reporting, safety design, and accountability of and radiation exposure standards for ionizing and non-ionizing radiation sources.
This course was designed to educate military and inter-agency planners in homeland security, homeland defense, civil support, national and Department of Defense (DOD) level strategy, policy, plans, joint and national planning processes in order to meet national security planning requirements.
The course presents definitions, terminology, experience and explanation of instructional methods used in small group courses.
Course covered Police Intelligence Operations; Detainee Operations; Law Enforcement; and Area Security.
Course covered physical security; key and lock control; weapons/ammunition control log; storage and inventory requirements; maintenance administration and supervision; use of technical manuals; completion of maintenance forms; organizational maintenance of small arms and crew serve weapons.
Coursework covered topics such as preparing a property book; updating supply status; maintaining clothing and organizational records; processed property adjustment documents; Exceeded course standards.
Completed most of my liberal arts courses required for my major.
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