Accomplished US Army Officer, Executive, and Commander with demonstrated ability to deliver mission-critical results.
Commanded a company of 180 Officers, Non-commissioned Officers, and Soldiers during stressful wartime during hazardous wartime conditions and environment as well as friendly American soil (which had its own set of job related stressers). Our mission, as a multifunctional logistic support company, was to support and sustain different units spread out through the battlefield by safely deliver supplies, ordering and storing different types of life sustaining of supplies (anywhere from water and food for consumption to fuel for military vehicles, ammunition for weapons, etc).
Served as the Operations Officer for a Brigade Support Battalion's Support Operations shop assisting with planning, preparation, and command and control of all sustainment/support operations for the 3rd Brigade Combat Team in the 25th Infantry Division; supporting a brigade consisting of over 4,600 Soldiers and civilians, over 1,600 vehicles, major weapons systems, and compartments. Was responsible for planning brigade fuel and water operations and mortuary affairs transfer point operations, overseeing material management processes, synchronizing the support operations staff during the mission analysis and concept of support development process for major named brigade operations, developing and overseeing brigade training for soldiers having military occupation specialty jobs where the soldiers do not have the opportunity to perform their jobs on a daily basis, and critical task training which supports Soldiers needed to support combat operations. Was responsible for the direct development and mentorship of two Staff Sergeant and a Sergeant First Class.
Was Company Commander of a 180 soldier Forward Distribution Company in the 325 Brigade Support Battalion in support of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division. Was responsible for distribution of supplies via ground and air support mode for a force of over 3,500 soldiers with all classes of supply; responsible for maintaining a Support Supply Activity warehouse with 8,115 different types of supplies (lines) valued over $23,600,000. Conducted tactical unit distribution through Combat Logistics Patrols to four Forward Support Companies and other units across the battlefield; was responsible for the safe operation, accountability, and maintenance of organizational equipment worth in excess of $30,000,000; responsible for the health, welfare, discipline, and training of 180 Soldiers while ensuring support to the Families through the Family Readiness and Support Groups channels.
Was the assistant battalion's Training Staff shop Officer and planner of a Brigade Support Battalion responsible for providing organizational and direct support logistics to the 3rd Brigade Combat Team which is task organized with two infantry battalions, a field artillery battalion, a cavalry squadron and a brigade special troops battalion and 3,447 soldiers. Was responsible for providing oversight and coordination for all battalion training and operations; preparing, publishing, and distributing all command Standing Operating Procedures and orders; and assisted in the development of battalion training plans, operational/wartime mission planning, and submission or status reports. Served as a Battle Captain in the Battalion Tactical Operations Center; was responsible for monitoring all combat logistics patrols. Was responsible for the health, welfare, and development of nine Non-Commissioned Officers and Soldiers.
Served as a Maintenance Officer and principle adviser, mentor, and coach to the regimental staff and four brigades of the 14th Iraqi Provisional Transportation Regiment, the Iraqi 14th Division's Field Factory, and Ordnance Park consisting of 1,220 soldiers and over 1,350 Iraqi and international military vehicles. Advises, mentors, and trains two Iraqi Lieutenant Colonels, two Iraqi Majors, and four company level maintenance officers, and hundreds of Iraqi soldiers in the area of maintenance support, readiness tracking, repair parts ordering and management as well as warehouse operations, and basic operator level maintenance procedures. Developed detailed training plans, maintenance exercises, and readiness assessments in order to prepare units for self sustaining operations. Advises American and Iraqi leaders in four different chains of command in all areas of maintenance in support of the Regiment.
US Army course student
Distribution Operations Officer for a Brigade Support Battalion providing combat service support to the 75th First Brigade which consist of two Multiple Launch Rocket System battalions, one Paladin battalion, an Headquarters and Headquarters Battery/Company, Target Acquisition Battery, and the Brigade Support Battalion. Advised the Support Operations Officer, three company commanders, and the battalion staff officers on all logistics support requirements and capabilities. Assisted in providing management and oversight for a field maintenance operation that executes up to 4,000 jobs annually. Assisted the Support Operation Officer in supervising two Soldiers, 10 Non-commissioned Officer, three Commissioned Officers, and three Warrant Officers,
Was the Executive Officer for a Forward Support Company that supports a Multiple Launcher Rocket System/Army Tactical Missile system Battalion in the 75th Fires Brigade. Was responsible for administrative support, organizing and resourcing training, ensuring the readiness of 229 soldiers in 21 different Military Occupation Specialty, and maintenance management of 194 different vehicles organized in four separate platoon that provide sustainment support with supplies (including food, water, fuel, lubricants, ammunition, vehicle repair parts, etc) to 600 soldiers.
Maintenance Control Officer for a Multiple Launcher Rocket System/Army Tactical Missile system Battalion in the 75th Fires Brigade. Was responsible for the overall planning, management, and execution of the maintenance and repair as well as ensure the readiness of 18 Multiple Launcher Rocket System and 400 vehicles and power generation equipment. Identified issued, analyzed systems, advised five company commanders and one battalion commander and recommend solutions to problems identified on their maintenance programs.
Was the Platoon Leader for the Ground Support Equipment platoon in a maintenance company that provides direct maintenance support to all the units in Fort Sill, OK. Was responsible for the health, welfare, discipline, training, combat readiness, and quality of life for 85 soldiers working in three separate sections and having 15 different Military Occupation Specialty within the platoon. Was responsible for planning, implementing, resourcing, and executing training that ensures the platoon can rapidly alert, assemble, upload, deploy, and conduct support mission for two artillery brigades and other units. Was responsible for the maintenance and accountability of the platoon's equipment which consists of over 30 vehicles and numerous test and repair equipment.
Student attending an Officer Basic Course in order to learn my job as an Ordnance/Logistics Officer for the US Army.
Unemployed; at home awaiting my Officer Basic Course attendance date.
Was responsible for the supervising, managing, training, readiness, counseling, and mentoring of eight soldiers and two Non-Commissioned Officers in my squad. Managed the ordering, receiving, storing, distributing of dental supplies and dental equipment repair parts and daily operation of a dental supply warehouse worth in excess of one million dollars in direct support of a 70 chair comprehensive care dental treatment facility. Accounted for over $75,000 of dental precious metals.
Performed the duties of a medical supply specialist in a medical supply warehouse located in and in direct support of a Army hospital. Was instrumental in the duties of ordering, receiving, storing, distributing medical supplies and medical equipment repair parts and daily operation of a warehouse worth in excess of three million dollars.
Performed the duties of a medical supply specialist in a medical supply warehouse in direct support of a mobile Army hospital. Was instrumental in the duties of ordering, receiving, storing, distributing medical supplies and medical equipment repair parts and daily operation of a warehouse worth in excess of $500,000 dollars.
Student; learned my job as a medical supply specialist for the Army
Conducting basic training.
Also, some of my military training/education includes:
Support Operations Officer Course (2014)
-The course is designed to grow logistics leaders that are able to plan and adaptively execute effective and efficient sustainment of decisive operations in a complex operational environment. The first week of instruction focuses on the basics of tactical logistics, to include the planning and management of support operations. This includes lecture and discussion on the management of maintenance, supply, and transportation operations in support of tactical forces. The second week of the course focuses on integrating the concepts learned in the first week into logistics planning using the military decision making process and culminates with a student developed concept of sustainment and sustainment rehearsal.
US Army Combined Logistics Captains Career Course graduate (2008).
-Identify and define logistics functions; manage logistics for large-scale activities; and plan the phases of a military organization with an emphasis on applying leadership, personnel, training, communication, and administrative skills. Discussion, classroom exercises, and lecture. Topics include leadership and personnel functions, unit maintenance and supply, communication skills, military organizations, and logistic support functions. The instruction is a capstone mode where training for other phases is integrated through a complex exercise.
Primary Leadership Development Course (1999)
-Perform all basic tasks related to leadership responsibilities. This course includes introductory material on personal leadership, communication, resource management, and training management. The leadership block includes material on leader characteristics, ethics, problem solving, styles of leadership, human motivation, personal counseling, and the exercise of authority. Emphasis is placed on teaching to teach and on leading personnel in a small-unit environment. Substantial attention is given to practical application in a field-based stressful environment.
Medical Supply Specialist Course (1993)
-Train personnel in medical supply procedures. This course provides lectures in publications, property control and stock-accounting procedures, and supply and services procedures at the installation level and a survey of management methods.
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