Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
Pursuing a Masters of Business Administration candidate position focusing on Enterprise Management.
  • Operations management
  • Training and development
  • Process improvement
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Thrives on multi-tasking
  • Project planning and development
  • Dependable
  • Dedicated team player
Work History
Tactical Action Officer/Division Officer/Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer, 09/2013 to Current
United States Navy/USS Theodore RooseveltCity, STATE,
  • Responsible for the overall tactical employment of a United States nuclear aircraft carrier, its defensive weapons systems, and authorized by the Commanding Officer to exercise weapons release authority in defense of a United States naval warship.
  • Managed a division of twelve Sonar Technicians.
  • As the Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer (ASWO), responsible for planning and executing.
  • As the Tactical Action Officer (TAO), developed and maintained a real-time Recognized Air/Maritime Picture for situational awareness utilizing advanced command and control (C2) technology and radar equipment. 
  • Executed duties as the Officer of the Deck held responsible for the safety and operation of the aircraft carrier and execution of the aircraft carrier's daily routine. 
  • As the Global Command and Control System - Maritime 4.1 (GCCS-M) Force/Unit Level Watch Officer, provided maritime commanders with a single, integrated, and scalable Command and Control picture and integrated this data with available intelligence and environmental information to support command decisions.
Anti-Submarine Warfare Mentor/MPRA Air Operations Subject Matter Expert, 04/2011 to 09/2013
United States Navy/Tactical Training Group PacificCity, STATE,
  • As primary ASW Mentor and the expert in Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aviation (MPRA) tactics, provided exceptional mentoring to DESRON and Strike Group Staffs during nine Fleet Synthetic Training (Joint) exercises, ensuring their readiness to conduct challenging real world operations. 
  • Provided integrated training for Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups in naval tactics for senior naval officers.
  • Trained THIRD and SEVENTH Fleet Strike Groups/Staffs in integrated Anti-Submarine Warfare Expertly trained over 200 mid and senior grade officers bound for every staff in the Pacific Fleet as a Joint Maritime Tactics Course Instructor, teaching P-3C Capabilities/Limitations and Carrier Strike Group integration. 
  • Skillfully managed the Individual Anti-Terrorism Plans (IATP) Program for all international travel of 200 civilian and uniformed personnel during numerous training exercises and planning conferences. 
  • Raised over $15,000 and flawlessly handled all Command funds and fundraising efforts as the Morale, Welfare and Recreations (MWR) Officer and planned numerous Command functions. 
  • Managed the Command's Casualty Assistance Calls Officer (CACO) program, assuming the role of official representative of the Secretary of the Navy who provided information, resources and assistance to the Next of Kin in the event of a casualty as well as assistance to families to ensure they received the appropriate benefits and entitlements due. 
  • Executed the duties and responsibilities of the Command Duty Officer, responsible for being the Commanding Officer's (CO) representative during both working and off-duty hours and for ensuring and maintaining an accurate pass down log of all significant events regarding security of command property and personnel issues.
Instructor Navigator/Instructor Tactical Coordinator/Mission Commander, 10/2007 to 04/2011
United States Navy/Patrol Squadron ONECity, STATE,
  • As Aircraft Mission Commander, held overall responsible for the safe operation, tactical employment of the P-3C Orion and execution of all assigned missions. 
  • Commanded multiple Combat Aircrews throughout the Central and Pacific Command Areas of Responsibilities (AOR) in direct support of Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and IRAQI FREEDOM Awarded Combat Air Medal (First Strike) by the President of the United States, for meritorious achievement while participating in aerial combat flights over Iraqi airspace in the P-3C Orion as the Patrol Plane Commander assigned to VP-1 while deployed with Commander, United States Naval Forces Central Command in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. 
  • As Avionics and Armament Maintenance Division Officer, expertly managed 85 junior and senior enlisted maintenance personnel within the squadron maintenance department. Sailors were responsible for the maintenance and quality controls of both aircraft avionics systems onboard the P-3C, as well as the handling, downloading and arming of all armament, to include bombs, torpedoes and air-to-surface missiles.
  • As the Division Officer, conducted personal and disciplinary counseling, managed professional service records, evaluated and assessed sailor performance and provided professional mentorship.
  • Designated as the squadron Instructor Navigator and Instructor Tactical Coordinator responsible for the training and flight scheduling of thirty Naval Flight Officers.
  • Represented Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aviation (MPRA) as the embarked Liaison Officer (LNO) during the USS Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX) and Joint Training Force Exercise (JTFEX). Actions resulted in unprecedented fleet integration and utilization of P-3C assets which directly contributed to overarching strike group success. 
  • Managed the Communication Security Program, assuming accountability of all classified materials and inventories and qualified over 60 squadron COMSEC Material Systems (CMS) users.
  • Assistant Tactics Officer, managed a team of four officers and three enlisted personnel in the development and implementation of the Squadron Tactical Report Board while enhancing the standardization of Anti-Submarine Warfare tactics and knowledge in the squadron.
Joint Professional Military Education I: , Expected in 2014
United States Naval War College - Newport, RI
Bachelor of Arts: Sociology of Law, Criminology and Deviance, Expected in 2005
University of Minnesota - Minneapolis, MN
: General Education Prerequisites, Expected in 5 2014
San Diego Mesa/Miramar College - San Diego, CA
General Education Prerequisites
  • #1 ranking among all Naval Junior Officers
  • Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal
  • Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
  • Air Medal with First Strike
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • GWOT Service Medal
  • GWOT Expeditionary Service Medal
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School Attended

  • United States Naval War College
  • University of Minnesota
  • San Diego Mesa/Miramar College

Job Titles Held:

  • Tactical Action Officer/Division Officer/Anti-Submarine Warfare Officer
  • Anti-Submarine Warfare Mentor/MPRA Air Operations Subject Matter Expert
  • Instructor Navigator/Instructor Tactical Coordinator/Mission Commander


  • Joint Professional Military Education I
  • Bachelor of Arts

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