Timothy Bellon

Timothy Bellon

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Summary

Twenty years of documented success in managing international and domestic operations with emphasis on leadership, planning, and security coupled with an education in defense analysis and political science.  Areas of operations expertise and experience include:

  • Strategic Planning
  • Budget Controls
  • Leadership
  • Communications
  • Human Resources
  • Maintenance
  • Training
  • Safety/Security
  • Logistics 

Education

Education

PMP

Program Managment Professional

Expected Completion date - July 2010

MS

Naval Postgraduate School

BA

Concordia College

Graduated Cum Laude

Work History

Work History

Additional Education
  • Infantry Basic and Advanced Individual Training Courses
  • Infantry Officers Basic Course
  • Airborne School
  • Ranger School
  • Infantry Mortar Platoon Officers Course
  • Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defense Course
  • United States Air Force Military Air Command Airlift Planners Course
  • US Army Special Forces Assessment and Selection Course
  • Infantry Officers Advanced Course
  • Special Forces Detachment Officers Qualification Course
  • Survival Evasion Resistance and Escape High Risk Course
  • Indonesian Basic Military Language Course
  • Military Freefall Parachutist Course
  • Combined Arms and Services Staff School
  • Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance, Target Analysis, and Exploitation Techniques Course
  • Parachute Jumpmaster Course
  • Command and General Staff Course
  • Joint Forces Staff College
  • Basic Acquisition Course

Early Experience
  • Special Forces Company Commander - Fort Carson, Colorado
  • Special Forces Operational Detachment Commander - Okinawa, Japan
  • Infantry Platoon Leader and Executive Officer - Fort Wainwright, Alaska
2009 - Present

Chief of Personnel Management Policy

United States Army

Responsible for the personnel management policy for a 50,000+ person organization; key areas included recruiting, promotions, compensation, and retention.

  • Played a significant role in rewriting Department of Defense Personnel Policy, which provided the Commander with increased personnel management authorities over his organziation.
  • Led an effort to extend key compensation incentives through the Office of the Secretary of Defense, which contributed to a personnel retention increase of 25%.
  • Served as the Army Element Commander, responsible for the management and supervision of over 500 personnel, which resulted in increased unit efficiency.
2007 - 2009

Deputy Training Chief and Senior Advisor

United States Army

Served as the deputy commander of a 150+ person organization, and the principle military advisor to an Iraqi Army General Officer for all matters pertaining to logistics, personnel, and communications for an 18,000 person organization.

  • Provided key advice to Iraqi counterparts during the fielding of 300+ combat vehicles, with a value in excess of $31-million, which resulted in increased protection of personnel and the saving on countless lives.
  • Oversaw the planning and construction of a $15-million Iraqi Army Headquarters facility, resulting in increased personnel morale and unit efficiency.
  • Supervised a $3-million renovation of a US Army base camp, which positively impacted the readiness and morale of the unit.
  • Planned and supervised the turn in of 33 U.S. vehicles with a value in excess of $17-million, and the fielding of 45 U.S. vehicles with a value in excess of $50-million, which resulted in increased personnel protection and unit readiness.
2006 - 2007

Material Requirements Analyst

United States Army

Responsible for reviewing and validating classified operational material requirements for special operations equipment.

  • Chaired eight unique 14 person cross-functional teams, responsible for identifying and fielding equipment to personnel engaged in combat, which resulted in the delivery of combat critical material to personnel engaged in combat.
  • Played a key role in the fielding of 333 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles, with a value in excess of $400-million ot our force in Iraq and Afghanistan, which contributed to increased personnel protection and combat readiness.
2005 - 2006

Strategic Planner

United States Army

Supported the orgnaization Strategic Planning and Budgetary Process by analyzing Department of Defense programs, policies and plans.

  • Assisted in assessing Special Operations war fighting contributions, which eventually led to an increased force structure of 13,000 personnel.
  • Served as teh Department of Defense (DOD) lead for a classified Irregular Warfare planning scenario, which became the DOD standard for wargame scenarios.
2002 - 2005

Information Management Chief

United States Army

Developed strategies and plans to address all aspects of classified communications related to special operations support to Homeland Defense initiatives.

  • Recognized for single handedly evaluating and suggesting a change to the directorate's manpower numbers, which resulted in a 50% increase in personnel.
  • Established a classified communications system, which resulted in the successful receipt, distribution, and transmittal of thousands of highly critical and sensitive pieces of information.
  • Managed a government services contract in excess of $1.5-million, which greatly increased office efficiency.
  • Introduced two unique concepts to the organization, which attained CEO approval and greatly increased the organizational leadership span of control.
2001 - 2002

Operations Officer

United States Army

Managed the operations and training for a 450-person elite unit, consisting of 24 separate elements.

  • Supervised the planning and execution of numerous training exercises throughout the world, which validated unit combat readiness.
  • Developed a plan for the reception, integration, and training validation for an 83 person National Guard company mobilized for the global war on terrorism.

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