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Counter Narcotics, TS/SCI, All Source Analyst, USSOUTHCOM/CENTCOM, CNT, CIED,

Clearance:
TS/SCI

Availability:
Janaury 17, 2012 – End

Disability:
None

Language:
English – Speaking: Fluent, Reading: Fluent, Writing: Fluent

Desired Location:
Stateside – Florida, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Virgin Islands, West Virginia,
Overseas– Aruba, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Fiji, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea,South, Kuwait, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, UK, United Arab Emirates,

Highlight Write Up:
Pursuing BA in Criminal Justice Summer 2012
Analytic Writing Course Aug 2011
Joint Special Operations Irregular Warfare Course Aug 2011
Joint Special Operations Intelligence Course Jul 2011
Threat Finance Course May 2011
Non-Commissioned Officers Academy, USAF GraduateJun 2005
State of Arizona, Certified Phlebotomist Apr 2004
Arizona Law Enforcement Academy (ALEA), Graduate Aug 2002
United States Air Force, Intelligence Applications Course, Graduate
Rio Salado Community College, 53 semester hours (GPA 3.84)
Rio Salado CC, Law Enforcement Technology Oct 2002
Rio Salado CC, Public Safety Technology Dec 2002
Community College of the Air Force, 82 semester hours

Geo Location:
Europe – Duration: 4 yrs
Pacific Threater – Duration: 3.5 yrs
Middle East – Duration: 1 year
South America – Duration: 3 yrs

Position Write Up:
Intelligence Analyst Counter Narcotics Dec 2010 – Pres
HQ USSOUTHCOM
Miami, FL

Responsible for reviewing and examining intelligence information to provide varied products to users on foreign intelligence and security, foreign drug trafficking trends/organizations, and security threats to US programs, installations, and personnel. Conducts All Source Intelligence, analysis, and production concerning drug-trafficking, Counter Narco-Trafficking and Counter Narco-Terrorism (CNT) organizations and their operational methods, capabilities and vulnerabilities, probable courses of action, and the threat they present to U.S. interests, as well as to indigenous governments of the assigned region. Determines the capabilities of TCOs/DTOs Plans and conducts assignments to collect, evaluate, develop and maintain databases required to prepare analyses, reports, projections, and briefings for the assigned area. Assesses changes in drug trafficking methods and develops operational plans and courses of action to counter such threats. Work with senior leadership internally and representatives of inter-service, interagency and (public and private) international partner organizations in an effort to further partnerships with South and Central American nations. I was invited by the USSOUTHCOM Intelligence Research Division to lecture at MIT/Lincoln Labs on 22 Sep 2011 about the Fully Submersible Vessel/Self Propelled Semi-Submersible problem set.

Reach Back All Source Intelligence Analyst Sep 08 – Dec 2010
Reach Back Intelligence Research Specialist
L3 Communications/MorganFranklin resumed the contract
Tampa, Florida

Responsible for providing all source analytical support and research for the USF-I Joint Intelligence Center. Conducts all source analytical research on USF-I Vender Vetting Reach Back Team responsible for researching multi-domain intelligence databases, compiling, correlating, analyzing and evaluating relevant message traffic in order to draft detailed assessments on potential terrorist or insurgent connections or ties to local hire Venders/Contractors within Iraq ensuring USF-I does not employ organizations with hostile ties. Currently completing approximately 30% of all reports submitted to USF-I. September 2009, my Team Lead recognized my production efforts by submitting my name out of 12 analysts for a Performance Award and L3 Communications responded swiftly, without reservation in rendering a bonus.

Staff Intelligence Analyst Jan 08 – Sep 08
United States Air Force Reserve (USAFR), (Rank: Master Sergeant, E-7)
Panama Express North Strike Force, Counter Drug Operations
Saint Petersburg, Florida

Conducted all-source intelligence analysis, reporting and production to support assigned assets involved in Counter Narcotics Trafficking detection and monitoring efforts and Coordinated with federal law enforcement agencies involved in interdiction/apprehension of narco-terrorists (NT). Worked closely and collaborated with a large array of Military and Civilian Personnel at elevated and varied Ranks, Roles and Responsibilities in Narco-Trafficking and Narco-Terrorism. Plan/conducted assignments to collect, evaluate, develop and Joint Task Force (DEA, FBI, ICE, USCG) analysts to release, correct, or clarify their intelligence reporting about suspect drug movements. Collected HUMINT, interpret the information, and extrapolated data for further analysis, evaluation, and dissemination to appropriate officials of the Federal Intelligence Community, law enforcement agencies, and other military staff in the form of a Drug Movement Alert (DMA), Organized Crime Collaboration, or a Tactical Communications Alert utilizing the WebTAS Data Base. In a period of the first five months of being on the job, I generated 141 DMAs, the most in the command. Provided the Watch Intelligence Desk with timely, actionable, and accurately assessed all source intelligence information. Coordinated with Case Agents to identify critical real time intelligence, specified collection requirements to fill gaps in information and assisted the Joint Task Force with the movement of maritime law enforcement assets for interdiction; Maintained strong working relationships with a multitude of Drug-Interdiction Task Forces; inclusive of Narco-Terrorism and Narco-Trafficking Details; Solid foundation/background with Command – subordinate levels.

Staff Intelligence NCOIC (Non-Commissioned Officer In-Charge) Jul 07 – Oct 07
United States Air Force Reserve, Master Sergeant
Task Force ODIN, Aerial Reconnaissance Support Team(ARST)
Camp Speicher, Iraq

Provided quality control and assurance for ARST production and acted as the immediate release authority for products, in support of Multi-National Corps-Iraq’s Counter Improvised Explosive Device (IED) mission. Managed the all-source intelligence and imagery analysis provided by multiple missions from three Warrior Alpha Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). Responsible for providing direction to junior intelligence and imagery analysts responsible for maintaining intelligence files, imagery products and intelligence graphics in support of numerous Brigade Combat Teams and Marine Expeditionary Forces within the Iraqi theater. I provided direct supervision to seven-imagery analyst resulting in the successful exploitation of over 100 Warrior Alpha Counter IED missions.

Staff Intelligence Analyst Apr 06 – Jun 07
United States Air Force Reserve, Master Sergeant
Panama Express South Strike Force, Counter Drug Operations
Sarasota, Florida

Conducted all-source intelligence analysis, reporting and production to support assigned assets involved in Counter Narcotics Trafficking detection and monitoring efforts and law enforcement agencies involved to interdiction/apprehension of narcoterrorists. Worked closely and collaborated with a large array of Military and Civilian Personnel at elevated and varied Ranks, Roles and Responsibilities in Narco-Trafficking and Narco-Terrorism. Coordinated with federal agencies and Joint Task Force analysts to release, correct, or clarify their intelligence reporting about suspect drug movements. Collected HUMINT interpreted the information and extrapolated data for further analysis, evaluation, and dissemination to appropriate officials of the Federal Intelligence Community, law enforcement agencies, and other military staffs in the form of a Drug Movement Alert utilizing the WebTAS program/data base. Supported the Intelligence Desk with timely, actionable, and accurate all source intelligence information. Coordinated with Case Agents to identify critical real time intelligence and assisted the Joint Task Force with the movement of maritime law enforcement assets for interdiction. Assisted the LNO/Team Chief on sensitive issues regarding our mission in the joint operational environment. In the absences of the LNO/Team Chief, I was responsible for mission operations; Maintained strong working relationships with a multitude of Drug-Interdiction Task Forces; inclusive of Narco-Terrorism and Narco-Trafficking Details; Solid foundation/background with Command – subordinate levels.

Staff Intelligence Analyst Oct 05 – Feb 06
United States Air Force Reserve, Master Sergeant
Office for the Administrative Review of the Detention of Enemy Combatants
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Employed national Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) databases to answer Requests For Information to be used by the Administrative Review Boards. The boards utilized this information to assess threat potential and intelligence value of detained enemy combatants. Coordinated with federal agencies and Joint Task Force analysts to release, correct, or clarify their intelligence reporting about enemy combatants. Interpreted investigative information and extrapolate data for further analysis, evaluation, and dissemination to appropriate officials of the Federal Intelligence Community, law enforcement agencies, and other military staffs. Coordinated redaction of documents and communicate a spectrum of issues with other Intelligence Community and law enforcement entities in a clear, concise, and logical manner. Identified intelligence-reporting gaps and provide input to senior staff, for adjusting reporting requirements on a specific detainee or group of detainees. I advised the Staff Intelligence Officer on sensitive issues regarding our mission in the joint operations environment. Developed and instated the Staff Intelligence Analyst detailed Standard Operating Procedure that covered the intelligence operation.

Intelligence Analyst Jun 05 – Sep 05
United States Air Force Reserve, Master Sergeant
Air Force Research Laboratory
Mesa Research Site, Arizona

Created and disseminated unclassified Current Intelligence Briefings (CIBs) for all site personnel on a daily basis. Conducted classified CIBs for the site commander and his immediate staff on a weekly basis. I searched numerous intelligence databases for key adversary technology in order to increase awareness of new threats to Air Force pilots. I provided critical data to facilitate increased flight simulator realism in regards to emerging ground laser threats to aircrew. Briefed the Site Threat Working Group, comprised of local law enforcement and USAF Office of Special Investigation, on local intelligence threats to ensure proper security measures were implemented.

Watch Desk Intelligence Analyst Oct 04 – Feb 05
United States Air Force Reserve (USAFR), (Rank: Technical Sergeant, E-6)
Combined Intelligence Operations Center Multi-National Forces-Iraq (MNF-I)
Baghdad, Iraq

Wrote and distributed current intelligence and threat warnings for the six Iraqi military regions. Analyzed and evaluated intelligence reports and message traffic to determine the degree of threat. Verified that unit commanders in forward Areas of Operation (AOs) received threat warnings. Mentored lower level analysts to interpret threat message traffic for local units. Informed federal intelligence officials & criminal investigators of critical developments to on-going investigations. Updated the daily reporting brief this was presented to the Commanding General of MNF-I and his immediate staff. Staff members used this information to adjust ongoing field operations. Created a manual for operating the watch desk, and directed the proper procedures for disseminating threat warnings and other critical information throughout the AO.

Intelligence Analyst in Charge, Iraqi Air Team May 99 – Jul 99
United States Air Force Reserve, Technical Sergeant
Central Command Headquarters (CENTCOM)
MacDill Air Force Base, FL

Continuously maintained situational maps reflecting: Iraqi aircraft location, type, and operational status for use during counter air operations planning. A daily current intelligence brief was prepared for General Anthony Zinni, the CENTCOM Commander-in-Chief (CINC) on Iraqi Air Operations in and around the Southern No-Fly Zone. Based on my assessment, General Zinni decided not to conduct a counter air operation in response to a No-Fly Zone violation.

Arizona State Trooper
Arizona Department of Public Safety Apr 02 – Sep 08
Phoenix, Arizona

Stabilized emergency situations, secured accident or crime scenes, administers first aid as first responder, and provides assistance and/or protection as required. As a Certified Phlebotomist, I was responsible for drawing blood and properly marking and handling Driving Under the Influence evidence for any suspect being charged by my squad. As an accident investigator, I measured, photographed, and drew accident scenes in detail; analyzed criminal evidence and wrote reports in a clear, concise manner for the County Attorney. Participated in problem oriented policing efforts by; identifying problem areas, recommending and implementing solutions, and monitoring the results. Continuously maintained a working liaison with other local law enforcement agencies including the Phoenix court systems. Previous weapons qualifications: M16, M9, SIG 40, 12-gauge shotgun, and Tazer.

United States Air Force, (active duty)
Security Policeman Nov 82 – Nov 92

Flight Sergeant (Staff Sergeant, E-5), Supervised 9 to 17 Security Policemen (SPs) Was responsible for securing a NATO military base with USAF resources. Conducted response exercises to; evaluate the Security Force, analyzing, and correcting on the spot discrepancies. Ensured the necessity for completing certifications for critical positions that affected security operations.

Vehicle Control Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (Staff Sergeant, E-5), Managed a 160 vehicle fleet, supervised nine personnel with a $1 million budget. Streamlined the vehicle maintenance operations thereby increasing vehicle operations by 30%. Coordinated with the host nation security forces for off base convoys containing 100-plus vehicles.

Physical, Information & Personnel Security Programs, Non-Commissioned Officer In Charge (Staff Sergeant, E-5), Processed 5-year SCI clearance updates, utilizing a tracking procedure I developed which saved 18% on man-hours. Verified clearances on all personnel assigned to the unit and maintained a controlled inventory of security badges. Inspected existing Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities, as well as new construction to ensure compliance with National Security Agency requirements.

Instructor/Trainer (Staff Sergeant, E-5), Was responsible for training 206 assigned Security Policemen, in addition to 170 READY Force Augmentees for support during peace & wartime contingencies. Researched and wrote 16 lesson plans used to certify the READY Force and to keep Security Policeman current in their security skills. Trained as a sniper, for the Emergency Services Team; provided protection to distinguished visitors and high-ranking military officials.

Skills Write Up:
Previous weapons qualifications: M16, M9, SIG 40, 12-gauge shotgun, and Tazer

SYSTEMS:
WebTAS, IDC, JWICS, SIPR, NIPR, CIPR, CENTEX, OSINT, NCIC

PROGRAMS:

Analyst Notebook, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Falcon View, C2PC, M3, Sealink, EDB, BAT, QueryTree, BIR, PF, TripWire

Education Write Up:
Pursuing BA in Criminal Justice Summer 2012
Analytic Writing Course Aug 2011
Joint Special Operations Irregular Warfare Course Aug 2011
Joint Special Operations Intelligence Course Jul 2011
Threat Finance Course May 2011
Non-Commissioned Officers Academy, USAF GraduateJun 2005
State of Arizona, Certified Phlebotomist Apr 2004
Arizona Law Enforcement Academy (ALEA), Graduate Aug 2002
United States Air Force, Intelligence Applications Course, Graduate
Rio Salado Community College, 53 semester hours (GPA 3.84)
Rio Salado CC, Law Enforcement Technology Oct 2002
Rio Salado CC, Public Safety Technology Dec 2002
Community College of the Air Force, 82 semester hours

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