Global and operational logistics supply and maintenance experience with excellent leadership, managerial and training skills directing personnel and managing resources in the accomplishment of complex long term and short term projects including worldwide service support operations; logistics management, business management and distribution operations; leadership and training programs; inventory, supply chain management. Expertly conducted workload data and analysis to establish and monitor priorities, developed and reviewed operating policies and procedures relating to supply and maintenance logistics support operations in Southeast Asia, Europe, Africa, Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan and the United States.
Fontaine LLC, January 2016 to CurrentTechnical Support Requirements Developer Rock Island Arsenal, IL, 61201
Developed, analyzed, and improved procedures, policies, and standards.
Successfully managed, monitored, planned, coordinated, and conducted special reviews and projects to meet or exceed standards and timelines.
Continuously analyze reports, studies, program reviews, workload plans, and workload accomplishments to seek continuous improvement, identify and eliminate problem areas, and implement changes for higher efficiency.
The trusted "go-to" leader that ensured requirements were met, coordination with all parties is accomplished, all current developments and directives pertaining to projects are incorporated and implemented.
Monitors and validates data and information to accurately identify trends to take corrective action if necessary.
Verifies timelines and schedules are met.
Capable of serving as corporate representative on all matters relating to customer satisfaction, logistics readiness, and logistics efficiency, with the customer and Warfighter as the daily focal point.
Hrs per week 40.
Serves as a Technical Support Requirements Developer on the GLASS contract in the LOGCAP Program Management Office (PMO).
Responsible for the requirements development for small, medium and large scale efforts by conducting research and analysis, providing expert advice and the development of work products used in the developing requirements and Performance Work Statements (PWS) for formal acquisition support packages in support of the Global Combatant Commanders (GCC) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC).
Performs executive level planning, provides direction, advisement, of LOGCAP current and future Task Orders; Develops short and long range planning covering requirements development for contingencies or emergencies as they arise.
Interprets technical policies, procedures, and regulations, provides technical and administrative advice and assistance to resolve problems, and maintains continuity of work.
Currently working on the Acquisition 5 development strategy using the Acquisition Requirements Roadmap Tools Suite (ARRTS) as the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), PRS, Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP) development platform; lead and participated in planning session; researched PRS data for identified WBSs and identified requirements for additional WBSs, increased efficiencies by reducing redundancy and aligning by core functions.
Army Sustainment Command, Rock Island Arsenal, Deputy Commanding General Operations SGM, Oct 13 - Dec 15, Hrs per week 50.
Served as an executive level advisor with direct interaction at the one/two star Generals and Senior Executive Service level.
Acted as a command and control hub for Army logistics globally, responsible for sustaining Army and Joint Forces is support of the Geographic Combatant Commanders (GCC) and Army Service Combatant Commanders (ASCC).
Provided oversight and synchronize current and future operations at the strategic, operational tactical and levels of sustainment for both Active and Reserve components across the Army.
Plan and develop solutions to be exercised by the executing entities within the organization (Support Operations, Distribution Management Center, LOGCAP and seven globally stationed subordinate Army Field Support Brigades and 73 Logistic Readiness Centers).
Executed the Secretary of the Army's priorities of balancing and transitioning the Army through direct involvement and input for Brigade Combat Team (BCT) and Army Contingency Force reorganization.
These efforts supported the activated, inactivation, conversions, and reassignment of 32 BCTs, 8 Sustainment Level Reorganizations, and 146 separate reorganizations.
Resulting in 43,574 transfer directives consisting of 218,926 pieces of equipment valued at $6,269,053,285.60.
Managed the drawdown of equipment and contractors out of Afghanistan.
While supporting U.S.
Forces-Afghanistan (USFOR-A) operations, reduced infrastructure by 46% through cessation of services at 47 bases.
Achieved a 25% contractor population & 30% materiel reduction by instituting revised service standards, lowering operating cost by 31% ($1.08B).
These efforts contributed to 11,892 pieces of rolling stock and 201,067 pieces of non-rolling stock being put back into the Army's inventory.
In support of Operation United Assistance, identified the need for $75.6M in contracted support that construction of all the Army Ebola Treatment Units, 21 Force Providers, two LAMS and a $3.6M property book.
Developed the Deployable Command Post (DCP) that represented the Army Material Command which provided the missing link between the Combatant Commands and civil emergency organizations into the Department of Defense logistical industrial base.
Deployed as part of the DCP that supported "Operation Dayman" which linked directly into the Pacific Command (PACOM) and coordinated strategic to operational logistical support to the humanitarian relief efforts to the areas affected by the hurricane in the Philippines.
NATO Training Mission- AfghanistanNovember 2012 to June 2013J4 Senior Enlisted Advisor (J4 SGM) Kabul, Afghanistan
Hrs per week 105.
Served as an executive level advisor, prepared correspondence and executed briefings up to the three star level and the Ministry level of a coalition government.
Managed all classes of supply; overseen the Fuel, Ammunition and Supply stockage levels for the six Regional Logistical Support Commands (RLSCs), the over 300,000 Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) throughout the Kabul area, Regional Logistical Commands (RLC) and the nine Special Operations Brigades.
Responsible for the management of Multiclass Supplies, Package and Bulk fuel, ammunition, Repair Parts, Transportation and the National Maintenance and Training Contracts for the ANSF.
Along with the health and welfare 47 Coalition/Joint service member and two Civilian contractors.
Developed a detailed process map, a complex process that clearly defined the Afghan National Army (ANA) and Afghan National Police (ANP) procurement, fielding, and disposal process; first time in over 12 years.
This process map was adopted as the official template for all commodity processes for the ANSF that resulted in the Regional and National transition of over 1.2 billion dollars' worth of Classes I, II, IV and VI, and 6.85 billion dollars' worth in Class IX and over 5.8 billion dollars of Class VII equipment to the ANSF.
Developed project requirements and overseen the consolidation of the three National Level Depots into a Central Supply Depot.
This effort entailed the movement of over 12,000 containers, consisting of over 22,000 pieces of equipment valued in excess of 350 million dollars.
Responsible for the management and execution of the transfer of the following contracts to the ANSF: Fuel - valued at over 700 million dollars; Ammunition storage facilities - over 60 million dollars; Afghanistan-Technical Equipment Maintenance Program - that consists of over 80 maintenance facilities, 63,000 vehicles, 1,200 quality assurance audits, and maintenance training which ensured the training of 1,700 within the ANSF, valued at over 800 million dollars; ANSF National Weapons Maintenance and Training Contract - combined over 50 million dollars; Afghan Component Overhaul Program (ACOP).
This program overhauled and refurbish critical CL IX major assemblies throughout Afghanistan saved the U.S.
Government over 11 million dollars in replacement costs and reduced the customer wait time to 1 week, where previously, the wait time ranged from 12 to 15 months.
Valued at 20 million dollars.
Had regular interaction with supporting contracting activities such as Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), CENTCOM-Joint Theater Support Contacting Command (C-JTSCC), Contract Management and Audit Oversight (CMAO), and the Training Program Support Office (TPSO).
Participated in numerous working groups to develop the processes and procedures required to successfully transition the contracts and equipment to both the Ministry of Defense (MoD) and Ministry of Interior (MoI) as part commodity transition plan.
This working group was able to successfully plan and execute the distribution of new Counter Improvised Explosive Devise (C-IED) equipment, consisting of over 20,000 pieces valued over 200 million dollars for 318 ANSF Explosive Ordnance Disposal teams.
Warner Barracks, Bamberg Germany, 16 Sustainment Brigade, Brigade Support Operations SGM Jul 10 - Oct 12.
Hrs per week 50.
Provided daily supervision to 11 sections consisting of over 100 Soldiers along with providing guidance and mentorship for two Combat Sustainment Support Battalions (CSSB), one Movement Control Battalion and one Special Troops Battalion totaling over 2000 Soldiers, Civilians and Local Nationals.
Develop and update Operation Plans (OPLANS) and Concept Plans (CONPLANS) in support of the GCC and ASCC.
Drafted and review Operation Orders (OPORDS), coordinate and synchronizes ever changing priorities for distribution operations and developed distribution plans for the ASCC.
Determined maintenance requirements for subordinate and supported units; managed maintenance workload capabilities and conducted maintenance management for the brigade along with conducting trend analysis, fleet management and sustainment maintenance requirements.
Managed transportation capability and coordinates movement control internal to the brigade by balancing air and land transportation requirements against mission requirements.
Supervises supply management of all ammunition operations and maintained asset visibility of all munitions.
Controlled the management, receipt storage and distribution of Class I, II, III (P), IV and IX supplies, in addition to the management, receipt, storage, inspection, testing, issue, distribution, and accountability of the bulk fuel and water stocks.
Overseen light textile repair, laundry, shower, clothing repair, mortuary affairs (MA), and aerial delivery support training and operations.
Plan, projects, and recommending Human Resource support requirements for current and future military operations.
Assess current situations, forecasting Human Resource requirements.
Synchronized Financial Management support with other sustainment elements and supported organizations for commercial vendor services, pay agent services, disbursing operations, and other financial management services.
Developed the Brigades Mission Essential Task List (METL) comprised of training and pre-deployment requirements for the 175 Soldiers deploying to Afghanistan.
Coordinated multiple Aerial Delivery events that brought Mobile Training Teams (MTTs) on Pathfinder operations, Air Assault operations and Sling Load Inspector Certification Course.
These courses 120 Soldiers were trained, increasing the Brigades capabilities by 400%.
Represented the United States European Command (EUCOM) in their Theater Security Cooperation Program (TSCP), a mil to mil program where logistical briefing and training was conducted to over 500 foreign officers from eight different countries participated.
Performed duties as the lead logistical planner for Operation Atlantic Sentry; provided input on the development of the 85 Soldier manning roster, 500 plus pieces of equipment along with the identifying over two million dollars in contracted requirements.
Developed the plan and execution for the inventorying, packing and shipment of 37 containers of non-NATO munitions valued at over 60 million dollars.
These efforts eliminated the requirement for a contract saving over one million dollars.
Fort Shafter, Hawaii, 8 Theater Sustainment Command, Support Operations SGM, June 07 - Jun 10, Hrs per week 50.
Served as an executive level advisor with direct interaction at the one/two star General level.
Responsible for assisting in all theater level sustainment planning for deliberate war plans, full spectrum contingency operations, Sustainment Brigade and below deployments in support of Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO), Warfighter, and training exercises.
Coordinated externally as the Theater Sustainment Commands principle logistics representative in support of Joint and Combined Forces during training exercises in the Pacific Theater.
Executed MDMP planning for OPLANS/CONPLANS.
Supported four (4) Brigade sized elements across 11 different time zones consisting of over 3000 Soldiers geographically dispersed over 100 million square miles with areas of operation that includes Hawaii, Alaska, and Japan; served as the link between planning and execution of strategic to operational level logistics; coordinated, developed, and monitored the preparation and execution of plans, policies, and programs for external logistics support; maintain oversight of distribution, material management, movement control, and logistic readiness of units in the theater; provided counsel, leadership and mentoring to 53 Officers, 66 Non Commissioned Officers, 23 Soldiers and 25 Civilians.
Significantly improved operations by streamlining the Rapid Fielding Initiative / ARFORGEN Reset support process by developing a system that consolidated over 20 menus consisting of over 5000 pieces of equipment generating a cost avoidance of 200,000 dollars.
Aggressively coordinated the Reset of a Brigade Headquarters (125 personnel) and elements of a Combat Sustainment Support Battalions (CSSB) (450 personnel) personnel along with over 400 pieces of equipment.
Managed the Causality Assistance training program that supported over 540 funerals and events throughout the Pacific Region and the Continental United States.
As the lead logistical planner for numerous Theater Security Cooperation Exercises in Japan and the Republic of Korea where I directed an operational battle staff of over 100 personnel that managed theater level logistical operations that supported up to 20,000 United States and Host Nation service members and civilians.
Executed the first deployment and transload of a Stryker Brigade Combat Team to Afghanistan through an Intermediate Staging Base in Diego Garcia.
The transload consisted of 139 aircraft sorties to move 328 Stryker vehicles and over 500 20' containers into Afghanistan.
Responsible for the management and oversight for the deployment and redeployment for over 2000 pieces of equipment and over 4000 personnel that deployed in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom from within the command.
Managed the sections 300,000 dollar budget while tracking over $1.2 million dollars in Unfunded Requirements.
Provided oversight and technical guidance to ensure the continuous and effective Class V support and centralized ammunition logistics management within the Pacific Theater, with stocks valued at over $6.5 billion and dispersed throughout 41 munitions storage facilities.
Pathfinder School2012Life Cycle Logistics DAWIA Certification (Level 1) 2015 Senior Executive Legal Orientation Course 2014 COR With a Mission Focus 2012 COR in a Contingency Environment 2012 Contracting Officers Representative Training Overview of Acquisition Ethics 2012
Kandak (Battalion) Military Advisory Team Training 2012
Operational Coordination Center Advisory Team Training 2012
Logistical Operations of United Nations Peace-Keeping Operations
Air Assault School1990Master Fitness Trainers Course 1989
Logistics Control Activity Overview 1987
Information Systems Officers Course
Trident University International1986
Excelsior College2011Master of Science: Emergency and Disaster ManagementCypress, CaliforniaGPA: Summa Cum LaudeEmergency and Disaster Management Summa Cum Laude
2009Bachelors of Science: Liberal Arts Administrative and Management StudiesAlbany, New YorkLiberal Arts Administrative and Management Studies N/A
Security Clearance: Top Secret/SCI Access Awards and Honors Legion of Merit Bronze Star Medal (3 awards) Meritorious Service Medal (5 awards) Joint Service Commendation Medal (1 award) Army Commendation Medal (5 awards) Joint Service Achievement Medal (1 award) Army Achievement Medal (3 awards) Joint Meritorious Unit Award (4 awards) Valorous Unit Award (1 award) National Service Defense Medal (2 awards) Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (1 award) Afghan Campaign Medal w/Campaign Star (1 award) Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal (1 award) Global War on Terrorism Service Medal (1 award) Korean Defense Service Medal (1 award) Military Volunteer Service Medal (1 award) Army Service Ribbon (1 award) Overseas Ribbon (5 awards) United Nations Medal (1 award) United Nations Medal Somalia (1 award) NATO Medal (1 award) Pathfinder Badge Parachutist Badge British Parachutist Badge Australian Parachutist Badge Air Assault Badge The Distinguished Order of Saint Martin The Honorable Order of Saint Christopher
Life Cycle Logistics DAWIA Certification (Level 1) 2015 Senior Executive Legal Orientation Course 2014 COR With a Mission Focus 2012 COR in a Contingency Environment 2012 Contracting Officers Representative Training Master Fitness Trainers Course 1989
Logistics Control Activity Overview 1987
Information Systems Officers Course Master of Science : Emergency and Disaster Management Bachelors of Science : Liberal Arts Administrative and Management Studies
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