10-year military veteran who earned 19 commendations and awards for superior performance in academic, tactical and technical capacities. Effectively trained, supervised and mentored large teams under high stress conditions. Desires an opportunity to join a Search and Rescue team.
Firearm and explosives handling
Trained in security
Heavy and Long Range Weapons training
Experience with Helo Operations
Clinical and Obscure Medical training
08/2006 to 12/2013
Special Operations Independent Duty CorpsmanUnited States Navy – Camp Pendleton, California Special Operations Independent Duty Corpsman (SOIDC); United States Navy Hospital Corpsmen that provided the Marine Special Operations reconnaissance teams and other USSOCOM units advanced trauma management associated with combatant diving and parachute entry.
12/2013 to 11/2016
Combat Trauma Management NCOIC/InstructorUnited States Navy – Fort Bragg, North Carolina Lead instructor for the Trauma 2 block (Combat Trauma Management) while stationed at the Joint Special Operations Medical School House, Fort Bragg. Responsible for 20 Active Duty Soldiers/Sailors, 5 General Schedule(GS) employees, 25 Contractors and 480 Students yearly. Manager of a multi-million dollar budget to include narcotics, medications, consumable supplies, and medical supplies.
05/2012 to Current
InstructorSIMMEC Training – Virginia Beach, Virginia Instructor of Tactical Medical Courses, focusing the tactical medical first responder on Combat Casualty Care skills and the
tactical environment from point of injury to casualty evacuation to
include long term care.
Certificate: Reconnaissance Basic Reconnaissance Course - Camp Pendleton, California
Certificate: Airborne Airborne Course - Fort Benning, Georgia
Certificate: Diving Combatant Diver Course - Panama City, Florida
Certificate: Dive Medicine Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman - Panama City, Florida
Diploma: Special Operations Independent Duty Corpsman(SOIDC) John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School - Fort Bragg, North Carolina