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FSR, Intelligence Analyst, TS/SCI/CI Poly, GEOINT, SOF Support


Date of Clearance Adjudication:
May 12, 2012

May 01, 2017 – December 31, 2017


Current Passport:
Expiration Date – July 04, 2022

ENGLISH – Speaking: Native, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic

Desired Location:
Stateside – California,
Overseas – Afghanistan, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Colombia, Germany, Iraq, Kuwait, Syria, United Arab Emirates,

Highlight Write Up:
11 Years of professional military intelligence experience supporting conventional and Special Operations units at the Strategic and Tactical command levels. Increased responsibility at every follow- on assignment in resume. Graduate of two Naval Service Schools, 3910 Geospatial Intelligence Analyst/ 3912 Naval Special Warfare Intelligence Analyst. Rotational deployed positions preferred.

Geo Location:
Afghanistan – Duration: 16 months

Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 6
Tactical Operations Center Analyst |xxxxxxx, Sensor Systems- Aerial Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (SS-AISR) Program|xxxxxxxx, Afghanistan.
Conducted daily battle tracking of 11 U.S. Army Manned Aerial Reconnaissance platforms. Tracked approximately 1,450 sorties in support of counter terrorism missions involving conventional and Special Operations Units in support of Operations Resolute Support and Freedom’s Sentinel. Resulted in 100% accountability of theater ISR assets.

Number of months in position – 12
Team Lead-All Source Intelligence Analyst | xxxxxxxxxx, Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan | Kabul, Afghanistan
Provide intelligence support to U.S. Special Forces and NATO Special Operations Forces conducting missions in support of OPERATION RESOLUTE SUPPORT. Specialized in the find-fix-finish-exploit-analyze (F3EA) targeting of High Value Terror Networks that threatened the destabilization of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA)
As the team lead, coordinate weekly intelligence operation and targeting meetings which enables greater interagency cooperation between National level Afghanistan Intelligence Organizations and U.S. Intelligence Organizations within the Special Operations Joint Task Force (SOJTF). This fostering of relations helps facilitate a higher approval rate of tactical operations between Provincial Special Units and their Special Operations Advisory Teams.
Train new analysts in analytical processes to include the utilization of Palantir, CIDNE, and various intelligence processing systems in order to create clear, concise and relevant Intelligence Products in support of Special Operations.
Help manage collection, reporting, and RFI requirements via the Special Operations Joint Task Force web based portal.

Number of months in position – 16
JUNE 2014 – OCTOBER 2015
Geospatial Intelligence Analyst | U.S. Navy, Naval Special Warfare Mission Support Center | San Diego, CA
Analyzed and evaluated national and tactical level imagery to produce time sensitive Tactical Imagery Intelligence Packages in support of deployed Naval Special Warfare Command and deployed Special Operations Forces conducting combat operations against ISIS in Iraq.

Number of months in position – 12
JUNE 2013 – JUNE 2014
Reports Officer/Targeting Officer | JASE | Los Angeles, CA
As a Reports Officer, reviewed, formatted, and processed Intelligence Information Reports (IIR) before being published for use by the Intelligence Community (IC), and IC senior leaders. Also performed targeting related functions which enabled extensive social network analysis, pattern of life analysis, and electronic network analysis in order to detect and help defeat Foreign Intelligence Threats.
As a part of the Collection Manager (CM) team, managed a collection database containing 60,000 records, retrieved and published message traffic on the command website, and tracked Intelligence Information Report (IIR) evaluations; provided outstanding dedicated support to eight geographically separate units.

Number of months in position – 12
JUNE 2012 – JUNE 2013
Intelligence Department Supervisor/Special Security Representative | U.S. Navy, Naval Special Warfare Unit 3 | xxxxx, Bahrain
Head Intelligence Lead. Responsible for the training, professional development, and mentoring of subordinate Intelligence Analysts.

As the Kuwait Subject Matter Expert (SME), assisted in Special Operations Forces (SOF) appraisal for the planning and execution of Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET) events. Managed the production and dissemination of executive level products to the Joint Special Operations Task Force (JSOTF) Commander and staff providing awareness of key issues and threats in the area of operations.
As the Watch Commander for duty section 4, oversaw the watch qualification of multi-service personnel in operation and reporting procedures for the Tactical Operations Center (TOC). This allowed for the effective tracking xxxxxxx  xx  xxxxxx deployed maneuver elements to include SEAL Teams and Special Warfare Combatant Craft Crewman (SWCC) boat teams, and 100 percent accountability and situational awareness of forces conducting training and real world operations in the Arabian Gulf. Coordinated with maneuver elements according to Concept of Operations (CONOP) procedures via Tactical Radios and MIRC suite.
As the Special Security Representative (SSR) and the assistant to the command Special Security Officer (SSO), conducted quarterly and annual security training to command personnel resulting in zero security mishaps during my tour at Unit 3. Responsible for changing cypher locks, codes, and accountable for all classified security drives in the J2 SCIF. Helped assist SSO during SCIF accreditation inspections.

Number of months in position – 13
APRIL 2011 – MAY 2012
Intelligence Officer | U.S. Navy, Coastal Riverine Group-2 | Manama, Bahrain
Command Intelligence Officer. As command N2, presented mission briefings, disseminated intelligence reports, provided critical time sensitive reporting training, and timely indication and warning assessments in support of NAVCENT and CTF-56 theater reporting requirements and deployed Embarked Security Teams protecting High Value Assets in High Risk Areas.

(07/2011-04/2012) Defense Travel System Coordinator. Processed hundreds of travel claims totaling over $790,000 to Embarked Security Team (EST) sailors; keeping teams operationally prepared to execute the EST mission. Coordinated dozens of EST flights in 7th Fleet, 6th Fleet, and 5th Fleet.
Responsible for calculating and requesting funding from higher echelon command as well as manage the monthly operation budget request and reports. This allowed for proper calculation and accounting for operational expenses including flights, lodging, travel and Per Diem for 13 EST Teams composed of 11 personnel each.

Number of months in position – 46
JUNE 2007 – APRIL 2011
Imagery Analyst | U.S. Navy, Nimitz Operational Intelligence Center | Suitland, MD
(08/2010 – 11/2010) IMAGERY ANALYST. Hand selected as the primary analyst to support Submarine Warfare Operations Research Division (SWORD). Tracked Maritime surveillance Vessels and provided intelligence analysis to deployed customers. Technical Expertise enabled in-depth pattern analysis on vessel movements, deployments, and maintenance cycles within the 7th Fleet AOR.

(09/2009 – 07/2010) DEPLOYED AS FULL MOTION VIDEO (FMV) ANALYST and PRODUCTION, EXPLOITATION, AND DISSEMINATION (PED) ANALYST/HORN OF AFRICA (HOA). Supported Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Project Saber Focus, a Navy combat experiment, to test the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in littoral regions. Conducted proof of concept exercises, lead pre-mobilization planning and deployment of the U.S. Navy’s first and only MQ-9 Reaper-B operators in support of Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO).

(01/2010 – 03/2010) DEPLOYED AS MARITIME REMOTE PAYLOAD CONTROL IMAGERY ANALYST/TACTICAL CRUISE MISSLE SUB-SURFACE ASSET. Created geospatial analysis Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP’s). Developed U.S. Navy’s first post-mission remote maritime payload control intelligence products, and created tailored Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) intelligence briefs in support of the Joint Task Force, CJTF-HOA, and AFRICOM.

(07/2007 – 08/2009) IMAGERY ANALYST. Tactical Imagery Reachback Watchstander. Instrumental in the production and quality control of imagery spot reports, and finished imagery products in support of USS Enterprise Carrier Strike Group, NAVCENT, and CENTCOM mission requirements.

(02/2009 – 05/2009) Provided direct support to Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA). Produced facility GEOINT products providing real world support to Marines conducting combat operations in Iraq.

(11/2008 – 02/2009) Provided direct support to Naval Special Warfare (NSW) at the Mission Support Center (MSC). Produced time sensitive Request For information (RFI) products to directly support SEAL teams conducting combat operations in Iraq.

Number of months in position – 9
OCT 2006 – JUN 2007
Intelligence Analyst | U.S. Navy, Navy Marine Corps Intelligence Training Command | Dam Neck, VA
(10/2006 – 02/2007) Received full spectrum intelligence training as a part of the Navy’s Information Dominance initiative. To include report writing and briefing, Order of Battle recognition, Intelligence Operations familiarization, national classification policy, classified domain familiarization, DOD Intelligence policies, photographic reconnaissance, plotting imagery data, and creating imagery products.


Skills Write Up:
-GEOINT Professional Certification/Imagery Analysis (IA-II)
-Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Intelligence Analyst (NEC 3912)
-Embarked Maritime Security Squadron Skills/Navy Course A-062-6200
-Expeditionary Combat Skills/Navy Course A-830-0030
-GWOT IA/ILO Combat Training (NIACT)- Deployed (NEC 90NI)
-GWOT IA/ILO Intelligence Support (NEC 90IN)
-Navy Imagery Interpreter (NEC 3910)

Education Write Up: