A career in Military Consulting and Training or federal security that could include protective services. A results-oriented Operations Manager and Army Senior Non-Commissioned Officer with 20+ years of progressively responsible experience in leadership areas. Highly developed administrative, analytical and training skills that have been utilized to consciously improve military organizations.
Engility CorporationTraining Instructor
Instructor to the Afghanistan National Army, Security Forces and National Police.
Training in Route Clearance, Hand Held Detectors, Site Exploitation, IED/UXO Awareness/Identification, Robotics and Counter Insurgency.
Currently reviewing and writing Programs of Instruction (POIs) in order to provide top quality and professional training in accordance with current guidance from CENTCOM.
The position allows personnel to train the locale forces in methods of movement on the battlefield to allow maximum survivability.
Working in small teams at remote austere locations in order to proficiently train the maximum number of personnel to the highest standard possible.
Utilizing computer based training, lectures and hands on training, many times through the assistance of a local national interpreter.
This assignment allows me to gain a greater knowledge of the local cultural awareness.
Army National GuardMN
Counter Improvised Explosive Device Training Integrator CI2C Site lead of a three person team, responsible for training Minnesota National Guard Soldiers as well as state law enforcement personnel in IED Detection, site exploitation, robotics, route clearance and homemade explosive identification.
The assignment allows the opportunity to travel to other states and assist in the training of other National Guard, Reserve and Active duty Soldiers.
Responsible for a home station training lane consisting of seven miles of road and two village constructed by the team to mimic and Afghan village, for realism.
Currently uses and trains others on numerous types of simulators to add stress to the training unit.
Oversees one co-worker on Virtual Battle Space II (VBS2) training and mirrored the Camp Ripley home station training lane.
Responsible for managing a yearly sustainment budget, reporting to National Guard Bereau and Camp Ripley Operations section all training conducted as well as upcoming training.
Assigned as the site of a seven person team, responsible for training Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines in Counter IED recognition, Site Exploitation, Robotics, Counter Electronic Warfare, Biometrics, Company Intelligence Specialists, and Hand Held Detectors.
Average number trained per year 7500 personnel.
Responsible for ensuring all instructors are trained and if needed certified in specialty areas.
Ensure all training materials are current and relevant.
Responsible for being the liaison between 10th Mountain Division S-3 and FORSCOM, ensures all reports to division headquarters and to FORSCOM are accurate and on time.
Responsible for training at other installations to include Hawaii and the Philippine national Army.
Was selected as the search specialist to go to the Philippines and Hawaii to train new teams.
For a period of 14 months was responsible for all site exploitation material published through FORSCOM, led a group of eight personnel in writing all of the training standards, classes and power point presentations, that was then sent out to all installations to be used as the standard.
Task Troy Counter-IEDTikrit, IraqTeam Leader
Assigned as the senior team leader for Multi-National Division North (MND-N) 184th EOD, Iraq.
In charge of a six man team tasked to instruct IED defeat techniques, personnel, vehicle and house search procedures.
Have trained over 764 personnel, enabling them to train at the small group level.
In charge of conducting route clearance missions between combat outposts and forward operating bases, enabling convoys to move along semi-safe routes.
Personally responsible for the updating of training materials to meet constant changes to the battlefield.
2ND Battalion 381ST Regiment, 4TH BrigadeGrand Prairie, TXSenior Active Duty Medical Advisor
to the Reserve Component (MSG).
Non-Commissioned Officer in charge of training Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan.
Training consists of quick reaction force, entry control point operations, and convoy operations.
In charge of 59 trainers, in the last eighteen months have trained over six thousand personnel.
HHC 296TH BSB
In charge of the health, welfare, housing and security of 262 personnel assigned to the first U.S.
Army Stryker brigade at Ft Lewis, WA., deployed to Iraq in support of OIF I for twelve months of combat operations, including over 400 convoy missions to include providing security for civilian missions from Mosul to Kuwait, FOB Security, maintaining a 21 person quick reaction force for FOB Security/breach prevention, and Air Evacuation Missions.
BSMC 296TH BSBPlatoon Sergeant
Provided all medical support for the Stryker brigade consisting of 4000 personnel, managed 39 personnel on a daily basis, this include numerous rotations to the National Training Center, Joint Readiness Center, and Yakima Training Area.
Supervised a budget of 2.3 million dollars.
OVERSEAS DEPLOYMENTS Sinai Peninsula, Egypt Multinational Force and Observers
National Registry of Emergency TechniciansBachelors Degree: Criminal JusticeCriminal Justice
Fort Bliss First Sergeant AcademyEMT-B Certified
August 2006 - October 2006 Penn State University
Non-Lethal Weapons and Tactics Certification
Fort Benning Fitness SchoolModern Army Combative Level II Instructor
Army, budget, Instructor, Instruction, law enforcement, team leader, managing, power point, Weapons, personnel, Police, presentations, quality, quick, reporting, Robotics, training materials
Booz Allen Hamilton Performance and Team Award (1), High Five Award for Performance (1), Bronze Star (1), Defense Meritorious Service Medal (1), Meritorious Service Medal (2), Army Commendation Medal (6), Army Achievement Medal (10), Army Superior Unit Award (2), Army Good Conduct Medal (7), National Defense Service Medal (2), Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (1), Southwest Asia Service Medal W/Bronze Service Star (1), Iraq Campaign Medal with Arrowhead (2), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal (1), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal (1), Armed Forces Service Medal (1), Humanitarian Service Medal (1), Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (3), Overseas Service Ribbon (3), Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal (1) NATO Medal (1), Multinational Force and Observers Medal (1), Combat Medical Badge (2)
Top Secret, Last update investigation completed January 2013