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Operation Manager/Security Specialist/Analyst, Secret, Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence


Date of Clearance Adjudication:
July 07, 2007

Janaury 21, 2013 – End


Current Passport:
Expiration Date – Expiration date

Language – Speaking: Basic, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic

Desired Location:
Stateside – District of Columbia

Highlight Write Up:
Experienced, results-producing management professional with experience in steering and directing all aspects of operations, administration, communication, and equipment maintenance. Success orchestrating multiple projects with competing priorities involving program development, safety initiatives, and quality control. Effectively collaborate with both domestic and international groups to achieve organizational objectives. Proficient in delivering comprehensive analyses and reports to facilitate site-wide improvements and continuity.

Energetic, dynamic leader and strategic planner known for success in tackling tough challenges and delivering superior, meaningful results in high-tempo, performance-based environments. A highly organized, take charge professional with strong problem solving and decision making skills. A self-starter with combat experience in results-oriented small team management. Possess active Government Secret Security Clearance.

Geo Location:
Afghanistan – Duration: 2 years (2 deployments)

Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 9

Directed the gathering, review, and analysis of sensitive information critical to strategic planning, command and control, and force protection. Supervised execution of current operations through use of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) systems and execution checklists. Assisted the operations officer in preparation of military briefs, operations orders and letter of instruction for the battalion. Assessed daily activities, force protection measures, and operations; created and presented weekly reports with recommendations to senior leadership.

Selected Contributions:
–Effectively prepared and validated 12 concept of operation presentations, numerous battalion operational reports to higher commands, and multiple briefs supporting battalion operations earning praise from the battalion commander.
–Successfully assisted in the development and execution of four battalion-level and 10 company-level named operations to include 19 partnered helo-borne inserts and extracts, 12 ground inserts and 3 aerial interdiction missions that increased the ability of the Afghanistan National Security Forces (ANSF) to provide security, developed positive relations with senior leaders from more than 100 villages and disrupted enemy ability to influence the local populace.
–Commended for developing, formulating and publishing a threat based operational risk management worksheet to assist the battalion in assessing the required level of Personal Protective Equipment during combat operations.

Number of months in position – 8

COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICER – Marine Corps Base Twenty-nine Palms – Twenty-nine Palms, CA (2011-2012)

Directed planning, operations, maintenance, and training for 130+ Marines comprising of five separate occupations across five platoons. Served as Company`s Fire Support Team Leader, coordinating and integrating aerial and surface delivered fires. As Company Training, Ordnance, Maintenance, and Communications Officer, devised detailed, comprehensive training schedule encompassing five different MOS, supervised maintenance of all the company`s weapon systems and equipment, developed numerous policies and procedures outlining safety initiatives and security measures, and advised the commander of the company`s readiness. Streamlined all operations within the company in order to maximize training and results.

Selected Contributions:
–Effectively led, managed, and trained the Company Level Intelligence Cell (CLIC) through multiple company and battalion level training exercises gathering and assessing critical information, analyzing and examining multiple intelligence products, and producing and distributing numerous aides to assist in disrupting enemy ability to influence local populace.
–Inspected, inventoried, and maintained accountability of more than $200M USD worth of vehicles, weapons, optics, and serialized equipment that surpassed comprehensive inspection requirements.
–Maintained over 95% readiness level for more than $200M USD worth of equipment, vehicles, and mission essential gear.

Number of months in position – 11

Served as principle operations advisor to both senior military leadership and foreign security and government officials in all matters pertaining to operational planning, development, and execution. Assessed, trained, advised, and assisted Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) to develop ANSF capable of self-sustained, independent operations, and to transfer knowledge, skills, and attitudes, and build institutional capacity. Planned, coordinated, and directed, the tactical employment of subordinate units. Evaluated intelligence, estimated the operational situation, and formulated, coordinated, and executed appropriate plans for offensive operations.

Selected Contributions:
–Directly coordinated with numerous foreign security and government officials to identify critical weaknesses in force protection and gaps in security coverage, and was key in the development of short-term and long-term solutions to improve the security posture of the ANSF across 90 kilometers of battle-space.
–Successfully directed, assisted, and supervised the development and execution of a progressive ANSF training program for 63 untrained ANSF that improved their proficiency, professionalism, and knowledge ahead of schedule.
–Effectively advised, assisted and supervised ANSF operations personnel in the conduct of operational planning and execution through two battalion level named operations, six ANSF undercover operations, and 92 partnered patrols resulting in the capture of multiple enemy personnel and confiscation of weapons, gear, equipment, and other illegal paraphernalia.

Skills Write Up:
Skilled in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, & Access) – Microsoft Visual Basic – Microsoft SharePoint – Windows platforms

Education Write Up:
–Marine Officer Leadership Course; The Basic School, Quantico, VA, 2008-2009
Six-month leadership development course designed to train and educate company grade officers in the high standards of professional knowledge, skills, and leadership necessary for duty in the operating forces.
–Infantry Officers Course; Quantico, VA, 2009
Ten week Course that provides the core infantry knowledge, skills, and leadership training required for those officers selected to serve with infantry, light armored reconnaissance, reconnaissance, and sniper units.
–Light Armored Vehicle Leader`s Course; Camp Pendleton, CA, 2009
Ten week Course that trains Marine Infantry Officers scheduled for assignment to Marine Corps units to command and supervise the operations maintenance, and tactical employment of a LAR unit and its associated weapon systems.
–Expeditionary Warfare School; Non-resident Course, Active, USMC Planning Processes; Expeditionary Operations Ashore

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