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Special Forces Medic, Dari Speaker 2/2, North Africa experience


Date of Clearance Adjudication:
March 01, 2009

May 01, 2018 – March 01, 2022


Current Passport:
Expiration Date – October 23, 2023

Dari – Speaking: Intermediate, Reading: Intermediate, Writing: Intermediate
Farsi – Speaking: Basic, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic

Desired Location:
Overseas – Afghanistan,

Highlight Write Up:
6 years on an ODA with 3 deployments to North Africa
6 months as acting operations SGT for Aco 2/10th SFG(A)

Geo Location:
North Africa – Duration: 15 Months
Romania – Duration: 3 months

Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 7 years
U.S. Special Forces/Non-Commissioned Officer- United States Army 2007 – Present

Summary: Enlisted into the United States Army in 2007; contributing in numerous leadership capacities across the globe over course of military service. Recognized for exceptional performance; outpacing 300 candidates over a 3-week selection period to gain entrance into the U.S. Special Forces (Green Berets) Qualification Program. Successfully graduated in 2010 to join one of the most elite teams in the U.S. Armed Forces. Scheduled for honorable discharge and available for employment 01 May 2018.
Promotion Path and Notable Contributions:

� Senior Special Forces Medical Sergeant- Fort Carson, Colorado (2016-Present)
� Special Forces Medical Sergeant/Operational Detachment 0211- Fort Carson, Colorado and Niger, Africa (2012-2015)
� Joint Combined Exercise Training Lead- Romania (2012)
Operational Management:
� Currently provide leadership as a U.S. Special Forces Senior Medical Sergeant; offering expert tactical advisement to the Company Commander on all aspects of medical employment in support of special operations assignments throughout the U.S. Central Command, the U.S. Africa Command, and the U.S. European Command�s areas of responsibility.
� Oversee $200K+ in military medical equipment while serving abroad and during off-post training events; consistently ensuring that assets are maintained and accounted for in alignment with highly-stringent military guidelines.
� Demonstrate fiduciary stewardship by effectively managing an operational expense fund in excess of $70K+ as the primary Pay Agent for the Operational Detachment.
� Hand-selected to serve as an interim Operations Sergeant (Manager) over an 8-month period in 2017; a high-profile position never held by a Non-Commissioned Officer two ranks below level.
� Immediately embraced the leadership opportunity; successfully overseeing all pre-mission planning, training, supply acquisition, and team readiness initiatives for the A Company, 2nd Battalion of the 10th Special Forces Group.
� Concurrently, partnered with a group of six Team Sergeant�s to alleviate any and all obstacles while remediating identified resource constraints in preparation for the group�s deployment to Afghanistan.
� Transformed the Company�s decision-making processes by developing and implementing a company-level, MS Excel-based �skills tracker� that enabled leadership to quickly identify the best possible resources for any assigned project or assignment.
� Trained, coordinated, and led a team of 25 U.S. Soldiers during an extensive indigenous force exercise; earning recognition from the Battalion Commander for demonstrating exceptional team leadership, coaching, and mentorship.
Team Safety, Emergency Response, and Crisis Management
� Served as the sole Special Operations Force Medic during a 2015 deployment to Niger; providing clinical expertise and trauma care to over 175+ U.S. and indigenous forces in an extremely challenging and austere environment.
� Responded to numerous in-field emergencies; triaging, treating, and evacuating both U.S. and Foreign Soldiers suffering from advanced-stage diseases (treatable with life-saving antibiotics) as well as Soldiers wounded in the line of duty�all safely returning to active duty post-treatment or rehabilitation.
� Briefed the Commander of the Special Operations Command (Africa) on medical issues, concerns, concepts, or events while deployed to Niger; earning recognition from senior leadership for engendering a climate of trust and capability that reflected well on the Special Operations Detachment.
� Contributed as a Range Safety Officer for five (5) live-fire exercises during a 4-month deployment in Africa; protecting both life and property while advising on safety protocols and procedures.
Team Training and Development
� Prepared and conducted multi-hour and day-long training engagements for U.S. Special Operations Forces; developing content focused on tactical combat casualty care and sustained trauma management.
� Planned, developed, facilitated, and supervised formal and exercise-based training to hundreds of Romanian, French, and Nigerien Soldiers overseas; instructing on all aspects of medical operations and techniques in an effort to create a sustainable, independent Medical Response Force comprised of Foreign Combat Medics and Lifesavers.
� Supported mission-critical readiness initiatives by serving as a Lead Instructor for a team of 14 Green Berets; providing world-class, experiential trauma training to further unit combat preparedness.
� Contributed as a primary Jump Master Instructor to over 50+ Paratroopers during a 5-week, highly-intensive U.S. Army certification program.
� Volunteered over 72+ personal hours in 2016 to serve as a guest instructor for a 9/11 Memorial GO-RUCK; a challenging, team-based event that is gaining international notoriety based on its arduous series of obstacles requiring exceptional physical and mental toughness.
Project Management and Program Optimization
� Advocated for, developed, co-implemented, and currently oversee an innovative Prolonged Field Care Working Group and a Tactical Medical Collective website; both designed to serve as a training resource and knowledge repository for Special Operations Soldiers as well as civilian first responders– an effort that has dramatically advanced the collaborative sharing of best-practices and lessons-learned.
� To date, the Working Group has acquired over 400 members of the Special Operations community with a particular focus on the treatment of Soldiers operating in austere environments where evacuation times may exceed 24 hours.
� Website has been equally welcomed with over 2,800+ medical provider �site� members from across the globe, representing all branches of the U.S. military.
� Assessed and identified training gaps in the Detachment�s Prolonged Field Care program while deployed to Niger in 2015; subsequently developing a series of field training exercises that have since become the definitive model for addressing skill deficiencies across the Regiment.


Skills Write Up:
� Advanced Force Protection in a Hostile Environment: Lone Operator, Henk Iverson Tactical /Cubic Corp. (2016)
� Special Operations Command: Jump Master Instructor Course, U.S. Army (2015)
� Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat, U.S. Army (2012, 2014, and 2015)
� Advanced Special Operations Training: Achilles Dagger Intelligence Course (2013)
� Advanced Leaders Course, U.S. Army (2010)
� U.S. Special Forces Qualification Course, U.S. Army (2010)
� SERE (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape): High-Risk Course, U.S. Army (2009)
� Jump Master Course, U.S. Army (2012)
� Certifications: Special Operations Combat Medic (2010), HAZMAT Transportation (2012)

Education Write Up:
Attended the Ari Institute of Colorado from October 2001 until May 2003. Field of study was Photography. No degree obtained.

Hold a High School Diploma.

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