Accomplished senior logistics planner offering over twenty eight years of demonstrated career success performing logistics planning processes. Developing and supervising operational strategies to promote organizational growth and optimal utilization of emerging technologies. Extensive experience leading operations for plans, orders, programming plans, general support, contingency, and exercise plans. Possesses in-depth experience with preparing, evaluating, and supervising all deployment planning, dispersal, sustainment, recovery, reconstitution, exercises and logistics support procedures. Decisive leader of planning support for all associated units through operational initiatives of organizational needs and requirements. Results-oriented professional, recognized for taking on major initiatives, adapting to rapidly changing environments and resolving mission critical issues to ensure bottom line success.
to Current Wyoming Air National Guard – Cheyenne,
Responsible for effectively and timely organizing all deployments and exercises for the 153d Airlift Wing.
Administers guidance on current policies and regulations for the overall readiness of personnel and equipment.
Serves as subject matter expert for the Installation Deployment Systems (IDSs), Logistics Module (LOGMOD), LOGMOD Stand Alone (LSA), AEF UTC Reporting Tool (ART), Defense Readiness Reporting Tool (DRRS), Status of Resources and Training (SORTS), Deliberate Crisis Action Planning and Execution Segments (DCAPES), and Single Mobility System (SMS).
Informs and updates commanders through the Unit Deployment Managers (UDMs) on unit responsibilities to support the Aerospace Expeditionary Force (AEF) and AEF Tempo Bands for training and deployment requirements.
Directs timely and safe personnel and equipment movements in accordance with theater reporting instructions.
Advises other wing logistics planners on the proper preparation of personnel to meet Area of Responsibility (AOR) duty requirements.
Maintains close coordination with National Guard Bureau (NGB), Air Mobility Command (AMC), and other program managers on proper integration of newly acquired or changed programs to ensure unit effectiveness and compliance with readiness requirements.
Coordinated and synchronized all wing logistical requirements for inspection exercises.
Reviews Operation Plan Time Phased Force Deployment tasking (TPFDD) to identify all required deployment tasking for the 153d Airlift Wing and 30th Airlift Squadron.
Develops, conducts, and oversees all required deployment training for all UDMs, Cargo Deployment Functions (CDF) personnel and Personnel Deployment Functions (PDF) personnel to ensure all functions are aware of any changes and requirements that need to be maintained and current in accordance with Air Force Instructions (AFIs).
Builds, manages and transmit Schedule of Events (SOE) for all required deployed and redeployed contingencies and exercises.
Reliable manager who aggressively manages on proper planning to meet organize in an efficient manner.
Exceptional management and direction of office resulted in the successful accomplishment of wing's mission.
Demonstrated extraordinary professional ability in meeting all command and organizational goals and objectives.
to 09/2007 243d Air Traffic Control Squadron, Wyoming Air National Guard – Cheyenne,
Processed and monitored unit Man-day program/travel vouchers for over 130 personnel.
Aggressively monitored the Government Travel Card (GTC) program totaling $430,000 to ensure no abuse and/or late payments.
Financially responsible as the alternate unit resource advisor helped control over $454,300 in Operations and Maintenance (O&M) funds that was received as an annual budget.
Responsible on purchasing all required equipment and supplies with the squadron IMPAC card.
Aggressively on building and updating a Team Room through the Advanced Distributed Learning System (ADLS).
Kept unit updated and current on the Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) and the AEF UTC Reporting Tool (ART).
Helped as an alternate Unit Deployment Manager deploy and redeploy squadron personnel to support Operation Iraq Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
Supported the Air Traffic Control Squadron first ever Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI) as the NCOIC of Host Nation to support the players and inspectors.
Acted as a Technology Equipment Custodian which resulted in accounting for over $150,000 in computer assets.
The squadron Client Support Assistance (CSA) on keeping all computers on the LAN or helped fix any computer issues.
United States Air Force
Various locations worldwide Served for period of fifteen years within the US Air Force before leaving the service with various positions in Supply and the NCOIC, 5th Bomb Wing Installation Deployment Manager.
Maintained and inventoried over 1,000 A, B, and C Bags for 100% compliance on required equipment.
Validated all required shelf-life items on expiration dates that were either extended or taken out of inventory.
Built and prepared mobility bags for deploying personnel with proper equipment.
Exceptionally validated over 190 Unit Type Codes to keep all effected unit informed of any changes.
Controlled 7 pilot units UTCs which two B-52 Bomb Wings used to keep combat readiness.
Established, maintained and monitored personnel readiness folders for over 150 squadron personnel.
Tracked and scheduled all nuclear, biological, chemical defense training (NBCDT), small arms and pallet build up classes.
Monitor other programs such as the War Reserve Material (WRM) program, Disaster Preparedness Representative, and Resource Augmentation for Duty (READY) manager.
Responsible for the accurate asset inventory of over 15,000 line items which valued in excess of $104 million.
Effectively worked special inventories to correct out-of-balance warehouse and supply point balances.
Assisted in briefing the Chief of Supply on the Consolidated Inventory Adjustment Document Register (M-10).
Performed storage and issue function of 900 line items of personal clothing, safety, and survival equipment.
Maintained files for personal retention and nonexpendable items for 2,000 rated and non-rated personnel.
Managed over 150 account files on authorized personnel to obligate squadron operating funds.
Conducted annual surveillance for supply flights, identified problems areas, and prepare final reports.
Managed the rejects, report of discrepancy, and special interest item programs for compliance.
Worked closely with the Funds Management Element at the fiscal year close-out to process and verify requisitions.
Aggressively researched and processed nearly 600 receipts not due-in rejects preventing over $26,000 in duplicate payments.
Coordinated with Document Control and the Transportation Management Office to validate only received items were paid for by the Finance Office.
Provided optimum status on priority requisitions through the R01 program by calling item managers to correct errors.
Provided positive customer service for not only the customers but with the different item managers.
Honored with numerous awards and medals including Meritorious Service Medals, Air Force Commendation Medals, Air Force Achievement Medals, and Outstanding unit awards.
MID: 1 2014-
BS: Business Management1 2010Bellevue University-
AAS: Logistics Management1 2007Community College of the Air Force-
AAS: Information Management1 2007Community College of the Air Force-