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PSS, French, current Iraq VISA, Force Recon, EMT

Clearance:
Secret

Date of Clearance Adjudication:
June 16, 2017

Availability:
April 28, 2018 – September 09, 2018

Disability:
None

Current Passport:
47262xxxx
Expiration Date – October 26, 2020

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

Desired Location:
Stateside
Overseas

Highlight Write Up:
Current Iraq Visa expires September 10, 2018
Current Active Secret Clearance (DoS)
Recon/Force Recon 4 active years, 4 reserve
1 year, 9 months of Combat Deployed with Marine Reconnaissance elements in Iraq
4 months PSS on TO-2 (APD and Hi-Pro)

Geo Location:
Iraq – Duration: 2 years

Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 4
Constellis/Triple Canopy from Nov 26, 2017-Present
Protective Security Specialist – Baghdad, Iraq
o Performed personnel protective service detail assignments on APD.
o Maintained weapons qualifications for Glock 19, M-4, Shotgun, M203, M249, and M240
o Performed the day-to-day protective security functions as specified in daily post and detail orders
o Maintained protective formation position during principal\’s walking movements
o Performed duties of the spare, limo, and follow driver during motorcade operations
o Performed above all expected requirements and formed strong, working relationships with those in my team and other teams that I worked with for shorter periods of time.

Number of months in position – 16

Marine Forces Reserves, 4th Force Recon Company, 4th MarDivAug 2007 – Dec 2008

Force Reconnaissance Team Member; Point Man, Driver, Team Medic, Gunner                                Deployed as part of 4th Force Reconnaissance Battalion to Al Anbar Province, Iraq from March 3 to September 26, 2008.

  • Operated in deep reconnaissance, route reconnaissance, direct action, and the control of supporting arms to convey military intelligence beyond the means of a commander\’s area of influence in the battlefield.
  • Capable of operating independently in combined methods of amphibious and ground operations by utilizing methods of conventional and unconventional warfare.
  • Served as Quick Reaction Force and Reconnaissance Team.
Number of months in position – 60

Marine Forces Reserves, 4th Recon Company, 4th MarDiv      Aug 2002 – Aug 2007

Reconnaissance Marine; Gunner, Team Leader

  • Deployed as part of 4th Reconnaissance Battalion attached to 2nd Reconnaissance Battalion to Al Anbar Province, Iraq from June 2004 to May 2005.
  • Trained in mission planning, advanced patrolling, advanced radio communications, advanced land navigation, reconnaissance and surveillance techniques, fast-roping, rappelling, calling for artillery and close air support, small boat operations, and clandestine amphibious operations.
  • Worked to provide information about the enemy situation to higher command via patrols behind enemy lines and throughout local populace.
  • Escorted and operated as personal security detachment for engineer groups, higher authorities, HUMINT Teams, and HET Teams.
  • Operated in route clearance and reconnaissance, airborne and mobile vehicle checkpoints/route denial, COIN Ops, and direct action.

 

 

Skills Write Up:
o WPPS2 Course Feb 2017
o Various Safety Courses and Skillsets pertaining to Open Pit Mining, Oil, and Gas Industries from 2012-2015
o CDL Class B Jan 2012
o HIPAA Compliance Training Oct 2012
o Hazmat Certification May 2011
o Basic Healthcare Provider Sep 2010
o SF-10A Parachute Transition Aug 2008
o Combat Life Saving Course July 2008
o Sensitive Site Exploitation May 2008
o Combative Concepts/Low Light Feb 2008
o Tactical Combat Casualty Care Aug 2006
o Tactical Combat Casualty Care Aug 2004
o Combatant Diver Course Feb 2004
o SERE School Dec 2003
o Army Airborne School Nov 2003
o Basic Reconnaissance Course Sept 2003
o Marine School of Infantry Feb 2003

Education Write Up:
o Firefighter I May 2011
o State of Alaska EMT-Basic Certification Jan 2011