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EOD CIED SME w/Forensic background

Clearance:
Current TS, Eligible for SCI

Date of Clearance Adjudication:
August 21, 2013

Availability:
December 15, 2019 – August 31, 2022

Disability:
Yes (Service Connected) – Percentage: 90

Current Passport:
USA-Current
Expiration Date – August 16, 2020

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

Desired Location:
Stateside – North Carolina,
Overseas – Afghanistan, Australia, Bahrain, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Fiji, Iraq, Kuwait, New Zealand, South Africa, Syria, USA, Vanuatu,

Highlight Write Up:
Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Technician with over 21 years of experience working in the military defense industry. Currently working as an analyst at a Three Star level command, focused on Resource & Readiness projections for the III Marine Expeditionary Force (III MEF). Analytical background with the ability to identify patterns and make connections. Experienced in expeditionary explosive laboratory operations, Biometric Enabled Intelligence (BEI), Forensic Enabled Intelligence (FEI), emergency management, operational planning, intelligence, and tactics. A strong background as an instructor, able to teach complicated subjects to challenging audiences. Excellent Microsoft Office applications & Computer Skills. Ability to quickly adapt to whatever work situation assigned. 

Geo Location:
Iraq – Duration: 1.2 years (2 tours)
Bosnia – Duration: 6 months
Afghanistan – Duration: 3 years
Kuwait – Duration: 6 months
Japan – Duration: 4 years

Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 28
Booz Allen Hamilton
Resource & Readiness Analyst, Cost to Run a Marine Expeditionary Force (C2RAM) 3D Marine Division, Camp Courtney, Okinawa, Japan (May 2016-Present)
-Provide data analytics in support of Marine Forces Command (MARFORCOM) dedicated to III MEF resource & readiness alignment
-Data Analyst liaising with 53 units across III MEF to understand user readiness requirements and provide data-based solutions to ensure requirements are met while operating in a fiscally constrained environment
-Provide analysis to support Training Exercise & Employment Plan (TEEP) development and ensure Training & Readiness (T&R) requirements are met
-Forecast Training &Readiness (T&R) levels and supports development of requirements based on POM inputs tied to Marine Corps Tasks (MCTs) & defensible budget requests
-Advise the MEF G37 and MSC Future Operations Officers on exercise readiness decisions and budget development through analysis of past, present and future data
-Conduct briefings to USMC leadership up to the General Officer level as well as co-authored briefings for the House Armed Services Committee
-Acted as Lead instructor responsible for creating, implementing, maintaining the III MEF C2RAM New User Training Program in Japan & Hawaii to date: 257 Marines trained on the C2RAM Program
-Coordinate quarterly and annual database collection consolidations
-Analyze readiness data in the Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) and the Marine Corps Training Information Management System (MCTIMS) to produce products to support MEF readiness and budgetary briefings
-Developed a streamlined SharePoint C2RAM data input system to control version issues as well as allowed users easier access to C2RAM resources.
-Supervised the daily activities and acted as a career manager of a 4-person team

Number of months in position – 1
Booz Allen Hamilton
Instructor, Counter Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) Trainer, Global Threat Mitigation Program (GTMP), Okinawa, Japan (Nov 2017) – Booz Allen Hamilton
-Acted as on-site SME on matters pertaining to C-IED training to include: IED Visual Recognition (Awareness), Mounted & Dismounted Operations, Home Made Explosives (HME) Awareness, Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) & Minefield Awareness Classes
-Set up real world scenario training lanes for Marines deploying to the various location within the Indo-Pacific Command & Central Command Area of Operations

Number of months in position – 26
Booz Allen Hamilton
Equipment Specialist/Instructor, XVIII Airborne (ABN) Corps, G3 Training/Counter IED Integration Cell (CI2C) Ft Bragg, NC (Nov 2013 to Feb 2016) – ?
-Administered the installation C-IED equipment program on behalf of US Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) & XVIII ABN CORPS
-Responsible for ensuring assigned C-IED equipment is maintained at FMC level
-Complied equipment monthly Tool Room Maintenance System (TRMS) status report for FORSCOM
-Ensured property accountability of all assigned equipment IAW established Army supply regulations.
-Ensured security of all equipment IAW established Army Physical Security regulations
-Managed the issue and turn-in of C-IED equipment to requesting units
-Served as the primary advisor to the Senior Mission Command (SMC) & coordinated with the SMC designated representative to ensure sufficient resourcing for C-IED operations & equipment IAW FORSCOM Directives & SMC training priorities
-Responsible for reporting any discrepancies to the FORSCOM Equipment Manager
-Conducted C-IED training for handheld metal detectors (HHD), biometrics equipment, robotics platforms & operations (Talon, FasTac, Dragon Runner, & First Look), C-IED awareness, ground sign awareness, individual, small unit, and collective C-IED tasks

Number of months in position – 7
A-T Solutions
JATAC Mobile Team Trainer, CJTF Paladin, CJ7, Bagram Afghanistan (May 2013 to Nov 2013)
-Assisted TF Paladin by providing classroom & practical instruction to U.S. Forces on C-IED awareness & sustainment training.
-Identified current C-IED/search Tactics Techniques & Procedures for inclusion in CONUS based/JCOE program initiatives to include HME & IED trends
-Developed standardized C-IED training within the theater of operation; identifies lessons learned & best practices
-Maintained lesson plans & instructs the following courses: Evidence Based Operations (EVBO), Evidence Management, Site Exploitation, Special Operations Combat Enablers, Special Operations Material Enablers, Advanced Ground Sign Awareness, IED Visual Recognition, Counter Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare (CREW), & SOF C-IED train the trainer (T3)
-User level knowledge of TIGR, Palantir, IntellDocs & Google Earth

Number of months in position – 15
A-T Solutions
Senior Triage Technician, Afghanistan Captured Materials Exploitation(ACME)/Combined Explosives Exploitation CEXC) Lab,Bagram Afghanistan (Dec 2011 – Mar 2013)
-Acted as the Explosive Hazard (EH) SME for the Lab
-Received IED evidence recovered by EOD Teams, Weapons Intelligence Teams (WIT) & other Level 1 personnel
-Supported the Attack the Network (ATN), Counter Terrorism (CT) & CIED operations
-Employed diagnostic equipment & forensic techniques to safely determine explosive threats
-Identified main-charge explosive materials, initiators & ensured the absence of booby traps
-Digitally photographed, cataloged IED components & related evidence, initiated the Level 2 WTI Exploitation & Analysis Tool (WEAT) report
-Coordinated evidence flow through forensic exploitation, WTI efforts, further exploitation by DoD & ACME laboratories, as well as Level 3 laboratories in the United States
-Provided classes, briefings & reports to EOD, RCP, LEPs, & Civilians on proper evidence submission procedures
-Proficient with the Combined Information Data Network Exchange (CIDNE) & WEAT database programs
-Assisted with the Joint Expeditionary Forensic Facility (JEFF) & CEXC lab merger to the new combined ACME Lab
-Trained new triage technicians in proper lab procedures (5 US personnel & 17 international)
-Assisted SOF Exploitation Analysis Cell (EAC) with additional surge triage support on captured devices
-General understanding of various IT digital forensic tools to include: COFEE, Encase, XRY, Axiom, Macquisition, Bulk Extractor, Oxygen Forensic Suite 2014 and what their application, uses, and value are within the intelligence venue

Number of months in position – 8
Raytheon Technical Services
Principal Training & Development Specialist, Bagram Afghanistan s (Mar 2011 to Nov 2011)
-EOD SME, Blow in Place- Theater Specific Training (BIP-TST) Afghanistan
-Instructor for an advanced course training US Combat Engineers on Improvised Explosive Device Defeat (IEDD) dictated by US Army doctrine
-Provided training for engineers on site exploitation techniques & procedures for IED evidence recovery
-Trained engineers on robot operation & maintenance on robotic platforms to include: Talon, Talon 2B, 3, 4, & iRobot PackBot

Number of months in position – 1
NEK Advanced Securities Group
Surveillance Team Member & Cultural Role Player, Fayetteville NC (Jan 2011 to Feb 2011)
-Surveillance Team Member & Cultural Role Player in support of specialized military training in metro & rural areas, worked with scenarios & played various roles (cultural & counter-elicitation)
-Experienced in follow, reporting on & documenting student activities
-Experienced in foot, vehicle & multi-modal surveillance (discreet harassing techniques)
-Trained in counter-surveillance & surveillance detection
-Exceptional demeanor & quick change skills, able to blend into all environments
-Documented operations maximizing technical surveillance digital video & digital single lens reflex (DSLR) cameras
-Experienced with multiple communication devices (two-way hand held radios, vehicle mounted radios & cellular Push To Talk)

Number of months in position – 7
Ronco Consulting Corp
Senior EOD IEDD Instructor GCED (General Counter Explosives Directorate) EOD School Al Monsour, Baghdad, Erbil & Anbar Iraq (Jan 2010 to July 2010)
-Project Lead for the GCED Mobil Training Team (MTT) for Erbil & Anbar Iraq schools
-Acted as liaison between GCED and the Iraq Ministry of Interior as well as the Kurdish Ministry of interior
-Coordinated logistical which included movement of equipment & personnel across Iraq
-Versed in providing instruction on technical subjects to diverse audiences to include; training of foreign troops and police
-Trained personnel in robot operation & maintenance on Andros HD-1
-Planned, developed, maintained & updated training curriculum
-Well versed in Explosive Detection, IED Detection, Disposal, IED Design/Construction, & post blast investigation
-Designed, modeled & fabricated training aids
-Planned & coordinated daily itineraries for class room & range schedules

Number of months in position – 28
UXO Tech Level II (Aug 2008 to Dec 2010) Various projects worked include:
-NAE-Native American Environmental, Rapid City, SD on site location: FT Bragg, NC
-Ronco Consulting Corp, on site location: Picatinny Arsenal, NJ
-ERT Corp-(Earth Resource Technology), Annapolis Junction, MD on site location: Savanna, IL
-EODT Lenoir City, TN on site: Adak, AK
-Ammo Tech Inc. Smith Field, NC on site location: Camp Lejeune, NC

Number of months in position – 117
United States Army (Dec 1997 to Sep 2007)
-Military Occupational Specialties (MOS), to include: EOD (Primary), Medical Specialist, Supply Specialist, Ammunition Specialist & Small Arms Repair

 

Skills Write Up:
Explosives
Explosive Forensics
CIED/WMD/CBRNE
Analytics
Microsoft Office Suite
NAVSCOLEOD

Education Write Up:
IN Progress: MS Explosive Forensic Science; Focus in Arson & Explosive Investigation. Oklahoma State University. Anticipated Graduation Date May 2020

BS Criminal Justice, Upper Iowa University, May 2017

Certificates Completed: 

Graduate Certificate: Arson & Explosive Investigation. Oklahoma State University, June 2019

Undergraduate Certificate: Intelligence Analysis. American Military University, June 2019

 


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