Military experienced with leadership abilities fulfilling the responsibilities and roles meant for a more senior supervisor. Always seeking ways to improve professional career, hard worker, and able to give and receive commands in a high paced kinetic environment. Best known for staying organized, caring for fellow peers/subordinates, and accomplishing the task at hand in a timely manner.
Strong Verbal Communication
First Aid certified
Multiple Overseas Deployments
Successfully Led Training
Team leader, 07/2015 to 08/2017 United States Marine Corps – Camp Pendleton, CA
Responsible for orientation and training of new team members, while most were junior marines, at times the new marines were of a higher rank.
Accountable for the documentation and counseling of the marines under my charge on their performance and deficiencies
Guided and coordinated unit\'s force protection programs to meet fleet requirements.
Planned and briefed personnel on missions.
Prepared and communicated reports.
Detainee handling and interrogation.
Able to execute the orders of the patrol leader in a timely and controlled manner, usually under a highly stressed and kinetic environment.
Responsible for the accountability of all weapons, personal, and other mission essential gear for the team, and report it to the patrol leader.
Coordinated with the patrol leader and other team leaders to execute a successful attack or other military operations.
Coordinate with higher personnel to get a casualty evacuated to safety.
Possess and able to maintain Secret Security clearance, and also able to acquire a higher level of security clearance.
The roles and responsibilities of a rifleman at the same time.
Rifleman, 08/2013 to 07/2015 United States Marine Corps – Camp Pendleton, CA
Follow and execute orders from the Team Leader in fast paced, stressful, and kinetic environments.
Provide highly accurate suppressive fires for the team and squad.
Point man for entry into buildings and on patrols.
Report my observations to the Team Leader.
Operated and maintained field communications equipment.
Constructed and camouflaged infantry positions and equipment to prevent detection.
High School Diploma: 2013 L.D. Bell High School - Hurst, Tx
Lance Corporal Leadership and Ethics Seminar (3 weeks)
CPR Certification class (1 week)
Tactical Small Unit Leadership Course (TSULC) (6 weeks)