Yes (Service Connected) – Percentage: 30
English – Speaking: Native, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic
Stateside – Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Kentucky, New Mexico, North Dakota, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Virgin Islands, Wyoming.
Overseas – Afghanistan, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Paraguay, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Switzerland, UK, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, USA.
Highlight Write Up:
Intelligence specialist in various disciplines (All-source, Biometrics Identity, CI/HUMINT, Narco-intelligence, SIGINT), performing in multi-agency task forces and traditional Army units, from tactical to strategic levels; strong background in biometrics-based intelligence and analysis, source/informant operations, dynamic targeting, network analysis, liaison and collaboration with sensitive organizations, and intelligence tradecraft.
Iraq – Duration: 1 year
Afghanistan – Duration: 2 Years
Position Write Up:
Armed Tactical/Operational Intelligence Analyst (NOV 2012 – Present)
Civilian, Target Focused Analysis & Neutralization, IJC/CJ2X, (6 mo. In-country)
Bagram Airfield, Parwan, AFG
I conduct non-lethal targeting of ANSF personnel to identify potential insider threats that may pose Green-on-Blue vulnerabilities. I perform traditional all-source and biometric-enabled intelligence analysis to develop and refine targeting. I also conduct supplemental counterintelligence interviews, PCASS exams, and conduct biometric enrollments using the SEEK II as needed. I routinely liaise with other members of the intelligence community, maneuver units, and special staff members to develop leads and coordinate concepts for future missions. I also assisted with development of the SOP for the Targeted Focus Analysis & Neutralization teams (TFAN).
Jun 2012 – Oct 2012 Relocated to FL, Seeking DoD Contract Work Tampa, FL
HUMINT Analyst/Targeting, Team Leader (Aug 2011 – May 2012)
Civilian, Counter-IED Analysis Team, US Army (10 MTN; 82 ABN), INSCOM (7 mo. In-country)
Howz-e-Madad, Kandahar, AFG
I synchronized the team with INF BN operations, collaborated and liaised with THTs, LEPs, CA, FDS collectors, SOF, and tactical source OPS. I developed non-lethal/lethal targets and nominated JPEL targets through a pattern-of-life analysis. I also employed the F3EAD targeting process to support dynamic tasking for CONOPS. I analyzed and evaluated HUMINT draft reports, atmospherics, and M3 reportin to help identify threats and IW. I produced more than 200 target intelligence packets and person-of-interest dossiers, which, were primarily focused on IED facilitators. I produced robust SDR for both Tac-HUMINT and FDS collectors and provided cyclical support to their collection operations. I developed NAI/TAI through HUMINT to assist ISR collection management. I produced intelligence information, and answered requests for intelligence information through written, oral, and graphic presentations. I participated in both the commander’s Threat Working Group and Targeting Working Group by presenting assessments and briefs. I also provided “real time” decision-point-analysis, resulting in a successful DA operation, as well as numerous ad-hoc assessments for time-sensitive matters in targeting, source operations, CONOP support, and HUMINT collection.
Jul 2011 – Jul 2011 Seeking DoD Contract Work Clifton Park, NY
Biometrics Case Manager (Apr 2011 – Jun 2011)
Civilian, NGIC, US Army, SOTF-A (3 mo. CONUS)
Charlottesville, VA; MacDill AFB, FL
I completed training/orientation to deploy as a Biometrics Enabled Intelligence Case Manager for SOTF-A, including: The NGIC orientation to the DoD biometrics architecture under BIMA, various terrorism databases and watch operations, the production of BIARs and publishing in AIMS, biometrics collection support as a SEEK 1-2 FSE, and attendance of the Sensitive-Site Exploitation training at NCFS in Largo, FL where the primary focus was on physical evidence and latent fingerprint recovery and cellular exploitation using the XRY CELLEX system.
Feb 2011 – Mar 2011 Seeking DoD Contract Work Clifton Park, NY
Senior Counterintelligence Specialist, Team Leader (Nov 2009 – Jan 2011)
Civilian, US Army, USFOR-A CJ2X, INSCOM (14 mo. In-country)
Bagram; Kabul, AFG
I established a CI support team that supported five US bases in Kabul, AFG, where, I collaborated with THT collectors, JCIU-A, JOB-A, CA, atmospheric collectors, and SOTF10. I conducted joint interviews with JCIU-A, spot/assessment for USI, supported SOF elements with special CI screenings and credibility assessments (PCASS), and presented OPSEC briefs for the local commander. I interviewed more than 200 local nationals during routine CI screenings and targeted CI interviews using Dari/Pashto/Urdu interpreters. I evaluated persons-of-interest (POI) by using all available resources including; Review of M3 and CIDNE reporting, interview results, PCASS exams, background review via AIMS, BI²R, BAT, cross-agency checks, SI reach-back and tradecraft. I routinely made recommendations for removal/addition to the Biometrics Enabled Watch List, produced POI dossiers, and edited individuals’ BAT records. I produced target intelligence leads, oral/written briefings, link analysis products, CI threat assessments, and OPSEC assessments. I also developed a CONUS target for US federal law enforcement, received written recognition from the JCIU-A Director, assisted development of local SOP and policies, and contributed to three successful US Army unit rotations.
Operations Manager/Botanical Preservations (Dec 2005 – Nov 2009)
Civilian, Self Employed/ Unrelated Experience
I owned/operated a botanical preservation business and also worked as a skilled carpenter during this time, performing no government-related work. I developed the business model/plan, website, climate-controlled production site, production systems design, advertising materials, managed all aspects of production, and provided all related customer services and relations.
CW-2, 350B/F All-source Technician (Aug 2005 – Nov 2005)
Active Duty, US Army, 42 ID (3 mo. In-country)
I supervised three intelligence analysts performing analysis of insurgent activity and atmospheric trends in four Iraq Provinces, producing historical and predictive analysis products. I also provided constant intelligence liaison with CENTCOM, Corps, four BCTs, and other DIV elements. I provided daily, immediate analysis and reporting for time-sensitive requests by the DIV G2 OIC. I served as the trail party OIC, supervising 15 soldiers upon the unit’s departure and preparation for the base hand-over to ISF.
CW-2, 350B/F All-source Technician (Apr 2005 – Aug 2005)
Active Duty, US Army, 42 ID (4 mo. In-country)
As the Assistant OIC for the Division Intelligence Fusion Cell, I supervised eight intelligence analysts targeting the North-Central provinces (Salah ah-Din, Diyala, Kirkuk, As-Sulaymaniyyah). I edited and authored portions of approximately 120 Division Intelligence Summaries. I provided constant intelligence liaison with U.S agencies, joint-services, four BCTs, and adjacent major commands. I supervised an analytical team focused on ethnic tensions, tribal issues, insurgent TTP, ISF disposition, Iranian influences, and developing NAI/TAI. I managed daily reporting and dissemination to MNC-I J2 and presented oral briefs to DIV staff. I continually mentored junior analysts with specific focus on the characteristics of the insurgency.
WO-1, 350B/F All-source Technician (May 2004 – Apr 2005)
Active Duty, US Army, 42 ID (4 mo. In-country, 7 mo. CONUS)
Ft. Drum, NY/Tikrit, Iraq
As the G2 Division Intelligence Battle Captain (2nd), I supervised and mentored four intelligence analysts during the mobilization for OIF3, producing collection decks and NAI and TAI development. I drafted a major portion of the Division’s intelligence collection plan and assisted DIV staff with assessing critical collection capabilities that would successfully identify indicators and warnings. I planned, executed, and managed the Division’s first-ever use of MASINT (80 missions). I also assisted with the daily mission management of imagery collection for BCT support and secured the tasking of a wide spectrum of collection assets up to national level. I provided constant intelligence liaison with U.S government agencies, CENTCOM, MNC-I-J2 and brigade elements.
WO-1, 350B/F All-source Technician (May 1998 – May 2004)
Active Duty, Res., US Army, 642 MI BN (72 mo. CONUS)
As the Senior Case Support Analyst, I supervised the counterdrug intelligence support team (six analysts) and synchronized its operation within a multi-agency intelligence task force. I presented oral and written briefings (formal and informal) for senior and tactical level audiences, and a U.S. congressional procession. I analyzed smuggling and concealment techniques, trafficking patterns, raw HUMINT information and to a lesser extent IMINT/SIGINT. I spearheaded a special collection plan that targeted clandestine lab activity to identify indicators and warnings for investigators and patrol operations throughout NY State. This effort produced accurate, predictive analysis of clandestine-lab activity two years prior to any actual detection in the State. I interviewed confidential informants and during the 9/11 response, conducted tactical questioning of persons-of-interest at the US/Canada Border. I performed in numerous U.S. Border security and drug enforcement missions, rotary-borne eradications, searches of various types of vehicles/vessels, surveillance/counter-surveillance, and command post duties. I authored and edited approximately 150 intelligence bulletins (disseminated nationally) and the TF’s quarterly INTSUM, while improving its scope through quantitative and qualitative methodology. I provided constant liaison with multiple agencies at local, state, federal and DoD levels. I also led the production of a curriculum for a 40-hour intelligence course that was focused on criminal narcotics investigation support. In addition, I volunteered weekly, as a mentor for youths in the Corps of Cadets program.
WO-1, 350B/F All-source Technician (Apr 2003 – Apr 2004)
Reserve Duty, US Army, 42 ID (12 mo. CONUS)
I served as the acting Counter-intelligence/HUMINT section chief (an O-3 position) and was chosen by the Commander to attend a classified seminar in the U.K. as the CI/HUMINT team representative, supporting the unit’s pending mobilization for Bosnia. I mentored intelligence analysts on transiting from a Soviet-based OPFOR to the COE, as well as criminal intelligence analysis. I mentored junior CI agents on matters of force protection, OPSEC, insurgencies, case management, dossier development and threat vulnerability assessments. I completed MI-WOBC (All-source Tech) at Fort Huachuca, AZ during this time. I received written recognition for performance from Mr. David XXXXXXX (CW5, MI, 351B/L).
SSG, 98C SIGINT Analyst (Aug 1996 – Apr 2003)
Reserve Duty, US Army, 642 MI BN, 42 ID (56 mo. CONUS)
I was a junior SIGINT analyst in a newly formed MI BN. I served as the SIGINT Team Leader; mentoring others (training course TA-103) in this specialty. I fulfilled the additional duty as acting ACE Platoon NCOIC for nearly one year as the unit awaited a qualified NCO. Likewise, I also served as the acting SIGINT Team Chief.
SPC/SGT, 98C SIGINT Analyst (Feb 1999 – Sep 1999)
Reserve Duty, (NSA) US Army, 642 MI BN, 42 ID (7 mo. CONUS)
Ft. Devens, MA
I was solely responsible for analysis of two AORs concerning infrastructure and population dynamics in support of the National Security Agency.
SPC/SGT, 98C SIGINT Analyst (Dec 1996 – May 1998)
Active Duty, Res., US Army, 642 MI BN (17 mo. CONUS)
I processed and managed seized-asset sharing from federal narcotics investigation. This required constant liaison and coordination with several federal and state agencies and routine execution of time-sensitive actions with senior staff members. I developed a standard operating procedure for managing this process, greatly improving it for which I received an official commendation (ARCOM).
PV2/SPC, 95B Military Police (Apr 1994 – Aug 1996)
Reserve Duty, US Army, 1st Army, 105 MP (28 mo. CONUS)
Ft. McClellan, AL; Troy, NY
I completed IADT/AIT in May, 1995 and returned to my unit for reserve duty where I trained in the basic skills for Military Police and deployed on two domestic missions in support of state civil authorities.
Skills Write Up:
Intelligence specialist in various disciplines (All-source, Biometrics Identity, CI/HUMINT, Narco-intelligence, SIGINT), performing in multi-agency task forces and traditional Army units, from tactical to strategic levels; strong background in biometrics-based intelligence and analysis, source/informant operations, dynamic targeting, network analysis, liaison and collaboration with sensitive organizations, and intelligence tradecraft. I have vast experience with presenting time-sensitive briefs, direct support to operations and planning, writing and editing intelligence reports for both senior and tactical level audiences. Systems familiarity: Google Earth, MS Word/PowerPoint/Excel/Outlook. Analysis tools (Query-Tree, CIDNE, M-3, MFWS, Palantir, ANB, TIGR, TAC, Intelink), biometric intelligence database systems (BI²R, AIMS, BAT), biometric collection (HIIDE, SEEK-1, SEEK-2), credibility assessment (PCASS), cell phone exploitation (Cellebrite, CyberHawk, XRY).
Education Write Up:
Diploma, Stillwater Central High School, Stillwater, NY 1982
B.S. Organizational Management, Nyack College, Nyack, NY 112 credits earned, 12 Pending.
MILITARY and RELATED TRAINING
Palantir, Bagram Airfield, AFG, JAN 2013
TAC intelligencemanagement software,BagramAirfield,AFG,JAN 2013
XRY/Calyx/CyberHawk, CELLEX, BagramAirfield,AFG, NOV 2013
BiometricsTrainerCourse,BagramAirfield,AFG, NOV 2012
CyberHawk, Cellebrite CELLEX, Camp Phoenix, AFG, MAR 2010
Letters of recommendation and commendations are available at your request.
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