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8 yr, 18E, SOF Comms, SECRET, UHF, MANET, French, IBEW, Mountaineer, CompTIA.


Date of Clearance Adjudication:
December 20, 2012

June 01, 2022 – Janaury 01, 2023


Current Passport:
Government and Civilian
Expiration Date – Janaury 01, 2027

English – Speaking: Native, Reading: Native, Writing: Native
French – Speaking: Intermediate, Reading: Intermediate, Writing: Intermediate

Desired Location:
Stateside – Colorado, District of Columbia, Idaho, Maryland, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming,

Highlight Write Up:
2006-2011 Journeyman Electrician
8 years in SOF as an 18X and 18E
4 years as a Senior Communications Sergeant on an SFOD-A
2 years as a Communications Instructor at SWCS

CompTIA Security Plus exp. NOV2022
Associate of General Education
Working toward B.S. in Organizational Leadership
Special Operations Instructor Qualified
Certificate of Business Administration

Geo Location:
Northwest Africa – Duration: 6 months
Ukraine – Duration: 6 months
Finland – Duration: 1-4 weeks
Israel – Duration: 1-4 weeks

Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 12
Communications Instructional Supervisor (MOS:18E):

•Managed and coached over 200 Special Forces students through training exercises that required students to demonstrate their proficiency in various communications, which included the security of sensitive information, while balancing other existing military skills, such as navigation and engagement.

•Acted as a Primary and Assistant Instructor in tactical communications. Primarily Ultra High Frequency (UHF) data and voice transmission, Line of Sight (LOS) communications in the Very High Frequency (VHF) spectrum with the introduction to Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs), and High Frequency (HF) data transmission.

•Acted as a Primary and Assistant Instructor of electrical distribution systems; computer applications; computer networking basics; and the set up and implementation of the Special Operations Forces Deployable Node (SDN) utilizing both Ku Band and X Band technologies.

•Facilitated discussions and managed the courses’ classrooms according to the organization’s curriculum while providing coaching to student-led operational planning.

•Ensured the accountability of over $250,000 in government networking and communications equipment by applying inventory control tactics and ensuring due care of equipment until their end-of-life date.

Number of months in position – 12
Communications and Logistics Manager (MOS 18E):

•Directly supervised military and civilian personnel in order to meet various mission objectives of the training curriculum. Developed and counseled staff to meet performance standards and adjusted annual compensation accordingly.

•Planned for the delivery of critical logistics for class-wide hands-on training for student exercises (i.e. meals, equipment, safety, etc.) covering about 160 students a year.

•Executed periodic class-wide exercises by applying continuous improvement techniques to streamline processes while applying real-world elements to each event. Fused communications practices with logistics operations to enhance the overall student experience and to capture synergies.

•Graded the performance of course students against existing standards and provided feedback to enhance future results.

•Managed and delivered additional courses as necessary, including military communications contingency planning and signal planning courses at least four times per year.

Number of months in position – 50
Senior Communications Technical Analyst (MOS 18E):

•Excelled in managing military communications, from satellite communications (UHF) to high frequency (HF) communications, and commercial of the shelf products like Microsoft Office, Cradle Point Mobile products, and standard switches, routers and other network equipment.

•Served as the Information Technology (IT) liaison to the IT department ensuring sensitive classified computers and networks were operating as intended by ensuring the appropriate cryptographic solutions were installed and that network operations did not result in any data loss or spillover into non-sensitive computer environments.

•Partnered with foreign allies to accomplish national and strategic level missions, such as standing up a Special Operations Qualification Courses for multiple host nation security forces, and participating in counter-terrorism and anti-narcotics operations.

Number of months in position – 24
Special Forces Candidate (MOS 18X)

Number of months in position – 60
Journeyman Electrician:

•Performed duties in all phases of construction in a multitude of environments in residential, commercial, and industrial with over three years of experience in coal-fired power generation.

•Trained and mentored several young apprentices throughout their tenure with the organization.

Skills Write Up:
CompTIA Security Plus SY0-501 Achieved: 11/2019

Special Operations Instructor Course Achieved: 07/2019

Special Operations First Responder Course Achieved: 12/2018

Special Operations Jumpmaster Achieved: 11/2016

SOCOM Non-Standard Communicators Course Achieved: 06/2015

Special Operations Master Mountaineer Achieved: 03/2015

Special Forces Qualification Couse Achieved: 02/2014

Journeyman Electrician (IBEW Local 607) Achieved: 06/2011

Education Write Up:
University of Charleston at West Virginia Expected: 12/2020
Bachelors of Science in Organizational Leadership

Fayetteville Technical Community College
Completed: 01/2016
Associates in General Education
Certificate of Business Administration