Date of Clearance Adjudication:
Being Adjudicated now
May 19, 2017 – May 19, 2025
Expiration Date – 15August 2026
Spanish – Speaking: Intermediate, Reading: Intermediate, Writing: Intermediate
Stateside – Ohio,
Overseas – Afghanistan, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Belgium, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, El Salvador, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Maldives, Mali, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, Uruguay, USA,
Highlight Write Up:
26-year US Army Special Forces veteran trained in unconventional warfare and counterinsurgency operations. Experience includes conducting and supervising intelligence operations and activities with emphasis in Unconventional Warfare (UW), Counterterrorism, Counternarcotic, Force Protection (FP), Foreign Internal Defense (FID), Direct Action (DA), Special Reconnaissance (SR), surveillance, counter surveillance and HUMINT collection. Key considerations and skills include:
Special Forces Operations Sergeant (18Z)
Special Operations and Intelligence Sergeant (18F)
Advanced Special Operations Level III
Special Operations Analytics Intelligence Course
Active Top Secret/SCI Clearance
26-Year US Army Special Forces Veteran
Master Irregular Warfare Analysis (IWA) Analyst
Available Immediately with a 2 week notice to current employer
Afghanistan – Duration: 3 x combat tours lasting 7-10 mths each and 2 4 month rotations as a civilian contractor
Colombia – Duration: 2 years with SATMO/PATT
South Korea – Duration: 1 year
Khazakstan – Duration: 1-4 weeks
Honduras – Duration: 6 months
Panama – Duration: 1-4 weeks
Kuwait – Duration: 1-4 weeks
Germany – Duration: 1-4 weeks
Spain – Duration: 1-4 weeks
– Duration: 1-4 weeks
Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 18
Master Irregular Warfare Analyst
• Developed and analyzed terrorist networks to: identify key nodes for target nominations; provide an understanding of the threat environment; threat capabilities; and threat tradecraft
• Employed conventional and unconventional warfare tactics and techniques in intelligence collection and processing during combat operations in Afghanistan to coordinate operations and share information with combatant forces and intelligence agencies.
• Developed, fused, multi-intelligence layers to develop situational and operational templates. Intelligence disciplines include: HUMINT, SIGINT, GEOINT, and OSINT.
• Developed operation plans, combat orders, and annexes to support combat operations
• Developed, managed, and maintained source networks to conduct unconventional and counter insurgency operations.
Number of months in position – 60
Special Forces Operations Sergeant (18Z)
Served as the Operations Sergeant for a 12 man Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha (SFODA) specializing in Military Freefall (MFF); Supervises, instructs and serves as the senior enlisted member for SF activities. Trains and maintains proficiency in all major duties associated with Special Forces. Performs administrative, operational and training duties during tasks organization of the ODA in mission preparation (isolation) and during operations. Performs joint, interagency, multi-national, combined and coalition planning; and supervises operations for higher headquarters, major commands and joint commands. Performs senior leadership, staff and training functions within Special Forces. Ensures detachment’s preparedness for short notice deployments to contingency areas, in peace or war, to conduct a wide range of operations including unconventional warfare, direct action, and special reconnaissance.
Number of months in position – 48
Special Forces Intelligence Sergeant (18F)
The Special Forces Assistant Operations and Intelligence Sergeant employs conventional and unconventional warfare tactics and techniques in intelligence collection and processing. Trains and maintains proficiency in all major duties. Provides tactical and technical guidance to the Detachment Commander, indigenous and allied personnel. Plans, organizes, trains, advises, assists and supervises indigenous and allied personnel on collection and processing of intelligence information. Performs intelligence and operational duties when task organized in preparation (isolation) for special missions and during operations. Writes operation plans and combat orders, and supporting annexes. Conducts briefings, briefbacks and debriefings. Establishes intelligence nets, conducts agent handling and prepares agent reports within the operational area. Capable of establishing identify through fingerprinting. Processes prisoners of war, writes and establishes security plan and performs security duties. Maintains all classified documents in the operational area and establishes destruction and evacuation plans. Provides area specialist assistance to the detachment, SF, U.S. Army, system services and other agencies.
Intelligence Manager and Intelligence Analyst responsible for all intelligence operations and activities on an Operational Detachment Alpha. Conduct research using analytical tools such as Analyst Notebook, Orion Magic, ARC GIS, Palantir, M3 Query Tree and Falcon view to develop intelligence products.
Number of months in position – 48
Special Forces Weapons Sergeant (18B)
Serves as the Weapons Sergeant for a 12 man Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha (SFODA) specializing in Military Freefall (MFF); advises the Detachment Commander on all aspects of small unit tactics, individual small arms, light and heavy crew served weapons; maintains Detachment weapons serviceability; organizes, trains, and supervises indigenous and non-indigenous personnel up to a battalion size within the CENTCOM AOR; conducts Foreign Internal Defense (FID) and Military Source Operations (MSO) in semi-permissible and denied areas; accountable for over $450,000 worth of military equipment.
Number of months in position – 144
Infantryman rifleman to Weapons Squad Leader
Weapons Squad Leader in a Airborne Infantry Platoon; responsible for the health, welfare, morale, and professional development of nine Soldiers. Assists the Platoon Leader in the planning of direct fires, emplaces and directs two M240B machine gun teams. Aids the Platoon Sergeant in developing and implementing individual training, provides technical guidance and support to subordinates in administrative matters; supervises maintenance; ensures compliance with all directed, specified, and implied tasks; responsible for the accountability of over $250,000 worth of organic equipment and BII
Leads an Airborne Infantry Fire Team in combat operations; supervises tactical employment of team in offensive, defensive, and retrograde operations; provides tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both subordinates and superiors in accomplishing their duties; receives and issues orders, coordinates with adjacent elements, ensures collection and reporting of intelligence data; analyzes terrain, adjusts aerial fire support; performs duties of squad leader in his absence.
Skills Write Up:
Certifications: The John E. Reid and Associates, Basic and Advanced Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation; Northwind Security Consultants, Apprehension Avoidance Training; GLOCK Armorer Course
Selected Military Training: Special Forces Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course; Air Movement Operations Course; AMC Affiliation Cargo Preparation Course; Army Antiterrorism Officer Basic Course; Army Basic Instructor course; Small Group Instructor Training Course; Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat Course; Special Operations Analytics Intelligence Course; Combat Surveillance Operations Course; Special Forces Advanced Special Operations Techniques Course Level III; Special Forces Intelligence Sergeant Course; Anti-Terrorism Officer Basic Course Level I; SERE High Risk; Special Forces Qualification Course (WLC/BNCOC Common Core); Air Assault course; Combat Lifesavers course; NBC course; Military Free Fall course; Static-line Jumpmaster course; Military Free Fall Jumpmaster course; Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC); Airborne; Infantryman Basic Training
Computer Skills: MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), ARCGIS, Analyst Notebook, Google Earth EC, Palantir, M3 Query Tree
Defense Language Institute, Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT): Spanish Proficiency of 1+/1+
Education Write Up:
FTCC,(2015- present) On-line Associates, General Education, Attending
Electricity courses, graduated 1989
Core Classes, Graduated 1989
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