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Technical Analyst, Palantir Operator, Special Forces, Research Manager, Human Terrain, Biometrics, TS/SCI Eligible, TRADOC Certified, Open Source Intel, TIGR, German and Spanish Speaking

Clearance:
TS/Eligible for SCI

Availability:
Janaury 23, 2012 – March 31, 2012

Disability:
None

Language:
German – Speaking: Intermediate, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic
Spanish – Speaking: Intermediate, Reading: Intermediate, Writing: Basic

Desired Location:
Stateside – North Carolina,
Overseas– Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Germany, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Israel, Korea,South, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Macedonia, Mexico, Nepal, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, USA, Venezuela, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe,

Highlight Write Up:
• US Army Special Forces 18F/97E
• TRADOC Train the Trainer Certified
• Training Developer Special Warfare Center
• Iraq Tours: 2003-2006, 2008-2009
• Afghanistan: 2009-2011
• Open Source Intelligence Research Analysis Course, Ft Leavenworth, KS, 80 hrs.
• 2007 attendance of six month training at FT. Leavenworth, Kansas consisting of cultural studies/tribal dynamics pertaining to Iraq and Afghanistan; Orion Magic, ARCGIS, Analyst Notebook, Axis Pro, Military Decision Making Process at Brigade Level, Information Operations, Counter Insurgency Case Studies, Anthropological Research Methodology, and Map HTS.
• Research Manager for Human Terrain Team 2 BDE 1ST Armored Division, Iraq & /Hohenfels/Baumholder, Germany.
• Network Analysis Programs: Anthropac, Associations Matrix, Activities Matrix, Perception Assessment Matrix, & Pattern Analysis Tools.
• Provided non-kinetic input to the Bde Mission Analysis and Course of Action meetings in Iraq, Baumholder, Germany, & Ft Hood, Texas.
• Proficient in Biometric Tools: Fingerprinting, Iris Scans, and Digital Photos.
TIGR Field Service Representative: Tactical Ground Response Systems Representative (Afghanistan). Duties included updating software for map imagery, installing R710 and Desktop servers. Trouble Shooting the systems and maintaining those systems in austere and hostile environments.

Research Manager/Analyst – Ft. Leavenworth, KS, 2007-2009: BAE Systems Human Terrain Team. Deployed to Iraq from January 2008- February 2009. Completed a nine month in depth Social Networking Analysis on real world targets identifying key social nodes in Iraq from a population of 200,000.

Biometrics Integrated Capabilities Development Team, Ft Huachuca, AZ: Developed Biometric JCIDS Documentation to develop the Army Biometric Program of Record. In concert with the TRADOC Council of Colonels’, General Officers Steering Committee, and COCOMs’. Wrote the first draft of the Armys’ Biometrics CONOP.

Biometric Manager:
Supervised 10 civilian intelligence specialists, bio metrically vetting and investigating Local Nationals and Third Country personnel for Security Access to military installations in Iraq.

Geo Location:
Afghanistan – Duration: 18 mos
Iraq – Duration: 6 years
Kosovo – Duration: 24 mos
East Timor – Duration: 18mos

Position Write Up:
As the Tactical Ground Response System (TIGR) Field Service Representative for RC East I deployed and maintained 30 servers for the system, training the end users and updating the systems as required.

As a result of my initiative and organization with three separate Brigade units I was able to standup my servers faster than any other TIGR FSR in the country. Due to equipment issues this was required with each new unit rotation into country. Allowing a smooth transition of critical intelligence information needed to start the Bridgade Commanders Military Decision Making Process.

The quick startup also allowed the gaining units to quickly reference historical data that was also stored on our main frame servers. To better understand the Intelligence environment identifying new and old powerbrokers from previous rotations in country.

As the FSR for my AOR the TIGR program was able to accurately update four different editions of TIGR to even the most remote and austere environments, even in the Korengal Valley.

As a short term FSR for the Seal TM in JALALABAD I was able to integrate the TIGR system so that the Teams, TIGR access was not just limited to their Network but also the adjoining Brigade. Enabling the Team to integrate conventional data into their Mission planning.

Skills Write Up:
Mentor to the Special Forces Officer Course as a Lead Instructor/Independent Contractor.

Maintained TIGR networks, TCP/IP protocols, software, and, hardware for the TIGR georeferenced program.

Acquired new innovative techniques in the use of TIGR from user feedback.

Acquired knowledge of future editions of Biometric Systems applying their use to future wars through the JCIDS implementation.

Utilized the web based MAPHTS/Asymmetrical Warfare Kit for the Human Terrain System in Iraq.

Completed Anthropological Methodologies and Insurgent Case Studies at Ft Leavenworth, Kansas. This included both Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies.

Completed the OSINT Crs at Ft Leavenworth with the Foreign Military Studies Office.

Spent four months of HTS training on: Network Analysis Programs: Anthropac, Associations Matrix, Activities Matrix, Perception Assessment Matrix, Pattern Analysis Tools, and Alienware.

Education Write Up:
1998-1999 Computer Science Degree, Methodist College, Fayetteville, NC.

GPA 3.5

Honor Student “Chi Delta Chi” at Methodist University.

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