Jeffrey Bardin

Jeffrey Bardin

Work History

Work History

103d Military Intelligence Battalion, Ft. Stewart, Ga. Tactical HUMINT Team Chief April 1999 to November 2000Analysis and Control Element, 103d Military Intelligence Battalion, Ft. Stewart, Ga. All Source Intelligence Technician April 1998 to April 1999Defense Language Institute, Monterey, Ca - Farsi, Urdu, PashtoStudent May 1995 to March 1998Science and Technology Section, 66th Military Intelligence Brigade, Augsburg, Germany Strategic Debriefer May 1994 to April 1995Foreign Intelligence Activity, INSCOM, Ft. Meade, Md. Reports Officer/Strategic Debriefer March 1992 to April 1994103d Military Intelligence Battalion, Wuerzburg, Germany Interrogator January 1989 to February 1992Defense Language Institute, Monterey, Ca. Russian, Arabic,

Past Military Experience

US Army

QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE  Seasoned, diligent, and proactive Security Specialist, with remarkable experience in identifying critical areas, initiating immediate improvements, and ensuring compliance with specific policies and regulations. Successfully completed the 35F HUMINT/CI Management Officer Program. Expert at solving critical problems and making sound decisions, combined with the ability to develop andimplement effective action plans. Globally experienced officer with broad exposure to various organizations throughout South Korea, Iraq, and Afghanistan.

Recognized for superior performance in all facets of Military Intelligence as well as for in-depth knowledge of all key tasks associated with management of Counterintelligence Investigations, Source Operations, Detainee Interrogation Operations, and relevant positions. Currently holds Top Secret Security Clearance.- Skilled at maintaining standard safety practices and procedures common to law enforcement work- Personable individual, with expertise in providing and using effectual instructional and training programs to help subordinates easily understand the general principles and concepts AREAS OF EXPERTISE- General and Operational Management- Force Protection- Security Operations- Team Building and Enhancement- Source Operations (HUMINT)- Detainee Operations- Information Collection and Analysis- Regulatory Compliance- Investigative Techniques- Emergency Response and Special Weapons

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCEBATTALION S2 ~ Regional Command East, Laghman, Afghanistan Officer-In-Charge (OIC) Nov 2011–... Effectively convey intelligence to commanders and other users within time constraints. Assume full accountability in theintelligence preparation of the battlefield (IPB). Formulate recommendations on unit area of interest; and work closely with staff in defining unit battle space. Assess and address any threats, including doctrine, order of battle factors, high-value targets (HVTs),capabilities, and weaknesses. Identify and track the enemies’ most probable and dangerous courses of action as well as key events. Take charge in integrating staff input to IPB products foreffective staff planning, decision making, and targeting. Categorize map requirements as well as carry out acquisition and distribution of map and terrain products in partnership with S3 (ENCOORD).Perform as a counterintelligence liaison for security and force protection, while executing counterintelligence force protection source operations. Analyze all physical security vulnerabilities toassist S3. Compile all security checks for local personnel.Career Highlights:- Masterfully demonstrated and discussed the effects of battlefield environment on friendly and enemy capabilities-

Provided expert oversight in administering processing materials taken from EPWs and civilian internees, in collaboration with the S3/PM for intelligence purposes- Conducted thorough analysis on collected information to construct all-source intelligence that provided responses to the commander’s priority intelligence requirements and informationrequirements (IR), including battle damage assessments (BDAs)- Utilized enemy intelligence collection capabilities, such as human intelligence (HUMINT), signals intelligence(SIGINT), and imagery intelligence (IMINT) and established countermeasuresagainst Foreign Intelligence Services (FIS)- Executed comprehensive assessments on enemy intelligence capabilities as well as the possible effects in OPSEC, counter-surveillance, signals security (SIGSEC), security operations,deceptions planning, psychological operations (PSYOP), rear area operations, and force protection- Conceptualized, developed, and implemented command intelligence training plans while incorporating intelligence, counterintelligence, operational security, enemy (organization, equipment,and operations), and intelligence preparation of the battlefield considerations into other training plans

FEDERAL POLICE TRANSITION TEAM (FPTT) ~ Baghdad, IraqAssistant Team Chief May 2009–Jul 2010Fulfilled expanded responsibility as staff and maneuver advisor to an 11-member division-level Iraqi Federal Police Transition Team (FPTT). Dealt with advising and mentoring of 4th Division IraqiFederal Police leadership in preparation for combat operations.Career Highlight:- Led the execution of coalition forces with leadership assessments of Iraqi capabilities and limitations and assistance to transitioning operations to full Iraqi control

UNITED NATIONS COMMAND MILITARY ARMISTICE COMMISSION (UNCMAC)Yongsan/Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), South Korea Officer-in-Charge (OIC) Jun 2008–Apr 2009Provided expert oversight to the Transportation Corridor East in a remote location on the demilitarized zone which separates South and North Korea. Administered and streamlined traveling process ofmore than 1,500 persons and 100 trucks that transport food and building supplies to and from North Korea.Career Highlight:- Fostered open communication for UNCMAC, which required frequent meetings and key leader engagements with Corps-, Division-, and Brigade-level South Korean Army leadershipTANGO Security Force ~ Yongsan, South KoreaInfantry Company Executive Officer (XO) / Platoon Leader Mar 2007–May 2008Directed a separate bi-national light infantry company with 42 US Soldiers, 56 KATUSA (Korean Augmented to the US Army) soldiers, and 1 ROKA SGM (Republic of Korea Army). Performed well in handlinglogistics, training, and maintenance support for the company. Rendered hands-on supervision to company’s commodity areas, such as Arms Room, NBC Room, communications, supply and Operations Room.Career Highlights:- Ensured full armistice security and wartime defense of TANGO (Theater, Air, Naval, Ground Operations) Command Post for the Combatant Commander, UNC/CFC/USFK, as well as with more than 2,400troops and civilians of the Combined Battle Staff- Played multifaceted roles such as motor officer, maintenance officer, and food service officer- Efficiently functioned as an installation manager of a $1B remote site by managing the training area and facility management; while assuming responsibilities of the Commander during hisabsence

EDUCATION and INTERNSHIP BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN KINESIOLOGY (SPORTS AND EXERCISE SCIENCE), MINOR IN THE GERMAN: 2005University of Northern Colorado ~ Greeley, CO, USA ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE AND EARLY COMMISSIONING PROGRAM: 2001New Mexico Military Institute ~ Roswell, NM, USA Sports an Exercise Internship, Berlin, Germany: 2004–2005 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Infantry 

Officer Basic Course ~ Airborne School

Military Intelligence Captains Career Course

Counterintelligence (CI)/Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Management Course  Operations Course (SOC) ~ Joint Interrogation Management Course Joint HUMINT Officer Course

CREDENTIALSLicensed Skydiver, Level D ~ Registered SCUBA Diver AWARDS AND HONORS ~ Joint Service Commendation Medal ~ Army Commendation Medal National Defense Service Medal ~ Afghanistan Campaign Medal ~ Iraq Campaign Medal Global War On Terrorism ~ Korea Defense Service Medal ~ Army Service Ribbon Parachutist Badge ~ Expert Infantryman BadgeTECHNICAL SKILLS Technically proficient in CIDNE (Combined Information Data Network Exchange), DSOMS (Defense Source Operations Management System), CPOF (Command Post of the Future), FBCB2 (Force XXI Battle CommandBrigade and Below), ArcMap, and Microsoft Office Suite