Date of Clearance Adjudication:
November 10, 2009
Expiration Date – July 19, 2020
Spanish – Speaking: Intermediate, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic
Portuguese – Speaking: Basic, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic
Stateside – Florida, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia
Overseas – Afghanistan, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Iraq
Highlight Write Up:
Former Special Forces intelligence (18F / SFISC / ASOT) and Communications (18E) professional (retired) with an objective to secure a unique position where I can maximize the use of special skills, personal traits innovative thinking and operational tradecraft in support of the US government and national security. Best security practices and skills taught in ASOT, surveillance, surveillance detection and individual protective measures coupled with a SOF background and contractor experiences will contribute to the mission and create enduring relationships with staff and employers to establish this position.
Contain knowledge and practices of surveillance operations from ASOT training and as an instructor and curriculum developer for the Marine Technical Surveillance Course, a course stood up by SOF and upper tier contractor assistance. Real world practices in conducting signature reduction, area familiarization to determine the dynamics and patterns of life of an area, individual security measures to adapt to the operational area and developing surveillance detection routes during frequent OCONUS travel. Briefs and updates the RSO, CoS, MILGRP and USSOUTHCOM on activities and missions while assigned to US Embassy Guyana (MLE)
Develop and instruct Physical Surveillance Course (Static, Mobile, Multi-Mode, ) Close Target Reconnaissance (Vehicle / Residence), Biometrics, C&T Recognition, 3rd Party Compromise, Dress and Demeanor, Surveillance Planning, Communications, Intelligence Cycle, Planning Considerations, Pattern Analysis and product development as a contractor assigned to Unit at Lejeune.
Complete ASOT II, Special Forces Intelligence Sergeants Course, ANCOC (O&I); while assigned to MARSOC (contractor); completed Northwinds Surreptitious Entry Training (SET1), Vehicle Entry, Close Target Reconnaissance, Wi-Fi: Exploitation Support Systems.
Apply basic human targeting based on area, target, and threat and pattern analysis.
Spanish: Conversational, Portuguese Basic developed over a SOF career spent in the region and language spoken at home.
Integrates Windows based geospatial software and applications used in TTL devices. Complete knowledge of computer technology, networking, operation of wireless mobile digital video recorders, and IP cameras.
Integrates RF technology (microwave P2P, Wi-Fi, and GSM) with a suite of cameras, lenses, scopes, and sensors) for remote surveillance platforms.
Afghanistan: Current Location
Iraq – Duration: 1 year
Guyana – Duration: 6 months
Colombia – Duration: 6 months
Panama – Duration: 3 months
Peru – Duration: 1-4 weeks
Ecuador – Duration: 6 months
Nicaragua – Duration: 1-4 weeks
Suriname – Duration: 1-4 weeks
Venezuela – Duration: 1-4 weeks
Position Write Up:
Instructor – Marine Technical Surveillance Course (Marine Corp)
Military Analyst and Deputy Director assigned to the Iraq Advisor Task Force (Mosul/Tikrit).
US Embassy Bogota, Colombia Tactical Analysis Team
US Embassy Georgetown Guyana (OPE)
Current Field Service Representative, DRS Technologies, Aberdeen, MD (February 2014 – Current)
Senior Military Analyst, Yorktown Systems Group Ft Meade, MD (April 2013 – September 2013)
Staff Communications Advisor OT Training Solutions Kandahar, Afghanistan (August 2012 – January 2013)
Technical Surveillance Instructor, (January 2009 – July 2012)
Deputy Director – (July 2008 – September 2009)
Dismounted C-IED / Site Exploitation Instructor MPRI, Camp Beurhing, Kuwait (November 2007 – June 2008)
May 2012 to Dec 2007 – Special Forces Intelligence Sgt, 2nd Bn 7th Special Forces Group, Ft Bragg, NC
Jul 1996 to Aug 2007 – Special Forces Communications Sgt, 2nd Bn 7th Special Forces Group, Ft Bragg, NC
May 2002 to May 2005 – Individual Terrorism Awareness Instructor (INTAC/AIQC), USAJFKSWCS, Ft Bragg, NC
Skills Write Up:
2012 – Surveillance Detection, 1 Week, Silverback 7.
2012 – Reconnaissance Surveillance Target Acquisition, 1 Week,
2012 – Canon HD Video Course (Canon 5D), 1 Week, Canon Camera.
2012 – Close Target Reconnaissance, 1 week,
2011 – Canon Camera Course 9 (Canon 5D), 1 week – Canon Camera.
2011 – Biometrics Identification Enrollment Training, 1 Week,
2011 – Surreptitious Entry Training (SET1), Vehicle Entry Lvl1,1 Week,
2010 – Wi-Fi: Exploitation Support Systems (ESS Lvl 1) 1 Week – Blackbird Technologies.
2006 – Survival Escape Resistance Evasion (JPRA) 2 Weeks JPRA (USAF).
2005 – Special Forces Intelligence Sergeants Course 12 Weeks, USAJFKSWCS.
2005 – Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat Course 4 Weeks, 7th Special Forces Group.
2005 – Advanced Special Operations Techniques Level II 2 Weeks, USAJFKSWCS.
2003 – Surveillance Detection Instructor, 1 Week , Peregrine Group
2002 – Evasive Security Driving Course 2 Weeks, Bill Scott Raceway.
2002 – Instructor Training Course (ITC) 3 Weeks, USAJFKSWCS.
2002 – Anti-Terrorism / Force Protection Level II 1 Week, USAJFKSWCS.
2002 – Anti-Terrorism Instructor Qualification Course II 2, Weeks, USAJFKSWCS.
2002 – Jump Master Course 3 Weeks, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne).
1998 – Ranger Course 8 Weeks, US Army Ranger School.
1997 – SERE High Risk Level C 2 Weeks, USAJFKSWCS.
1997 – RF Communications Course 8 weeks, Fayetteville Technical Community College.
1997 – Digital Electronic Repair Course 11 weeks, Fayetteville Technical Community College.
1996 – Special Forces Qualifications Course, Communications Sgt – USAJFKSWCS
Education Write Up:
American Military University
12/06/2010 – Present
Major – Intelligence Studies (Graduation 2014)
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