Proactive and professional worker with experience managing and motivating others to achieve and surpass company targets. Focused on delivering decisive, forward-thinking and positive team leadership to enable production success with effective workflows. Equips employees, leaders and peers to meet goals by building collaborative and skill-based culture.
Served as the On Vehicle Equipment Non Commissioned Officer, taking weekly and monthly inventory of a combined total of seven million dollars worth of equipment.
I obtained three Military Occupational Specialties Schools, including Motor Transport Operators Course, Combat Marksmanship Coach, and Combat Marksmanship Trainer.
While serving as a Combat Marksmanship Trainer, I oversaw the safety training, and operation of 61 live fire ranges, covering 15 different weapons systems, training a total of 2,645 military service members, without incident. I wrote 61 concept of operations briefs for those ranges, and presented them all to my unit's leadership staff.
I acted as the Lineman Non Commissioned Officer for my units Motor Transport section, completing over three thousand preventative maintenance checks and services on tactical vehicles, including 23 variants of those vehicles.
I acted as Convoy Commander for 16 logistical movements, during the Marine Air Ground Task Force Warfighting Exercise, which is the largest training exercise and movement of Marine Corps assets in over 20 years.
During these logistical movements, I took responsibility of several hundred service members, as well as over two million dollars worth of equipment, vehicles, weapons, and supplies to include 30,000 gallons of water, and 60,000 gallons of fuel and other hazardous materials.
I took several certificate courses including the Integrated Remote Operations Centre, certifying me to use and program radios, also the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear trainers course, where I learned how to train service members on reacting to hazmat related incidents, utilizing the M17 gas mask, and hazmat suits.
Playing guitar. Reading either Fiction or Philosophy and Science. Building computers. Working out / Running.
16 Letters of Appreciation received from a variety of schools both military and civilian, for a variety of volunteer services.
Three Meritorious Mass awards from the Commanding General of Combat Logistics Regiment 2, and the Commanding Officer of Combat Logistics Battalion 252.
For my abilities when leading Marines as a Convoy Commander during the first Marine Air Ground Task Force Warfighting Exorcise, and for operating tactical vehicles for a combined 10,000 miles without incident or mishap.
Awarded the Navy Marine Corps Achievement Medal for my service as a Combat Marksmen Trainer for the Regiment.
Awarded the Good Conduct Medal for exemplary character and decision making while serving at Second Transportation Battalion.
1 Meritorious Promotion, when compared to other Marines in my rank I showed the Integrity, Initiative, and leaderships capabilities to be promoted before the time and service usually required for promotion, and was chosen above my peers.
The Global War on Terrorism Medal for serving during time of war.
The Overseas Medal for serving on deployment out of country for more than 100 days.
The Arctic Circle Medal for serving on deployment in the arctic circle for more than 60 days.
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