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Work experience

Nov 2011Present

Pilot C-130 J / Chief Unit Resource Advisor

USAF - 37th Airlift Squadron
May 2011Oct 2011

Pilot C-130 J / Central Scheduler

USAF - 37th Airlift Squadron
Dec 2010May 2011

C-130 J Student Pilot

714th Student Training Squadron
May 2010Nov 2010

Pilot C-130 H / Asst Chief of Training

2nd Airlift Squadron
Jul 2009Apr 2010

Pilot C-130 H / Training Officer

2nd Airlift Squadron
Jun 2008Mar 2010

Pilot C-130 H / Unit Fitness Program Manger

2nd Airlift Squadron
Dec 2006Jun 2008

Pilot C-130 E / Tactics Officer

2nd Airlift Squadron
Apr 2006Oct 2006

Student Pilot Initial Qualification C-130 E

May 2005Mar 2006

Student Pilot Multiengine Flight Training

31 Training Wing
Aug 2004May 2005

T-6 Student Pilot - Undergraduate Pilot Training

84 Student Training Squadron

Education

Oct 2009May 2012

Estimated Completion: May 2012

Gonzaga University
Oct 2009Oct 2011

Certification

Gonzaga University
Jun 2000Jun 2004

B.S.

U.S. Air Force Academy

Interest

Professional Organization:

Order of the Daedalians, Member since 2010

Service Organization:

Knights of Columbus, Member since 2012 - NEW!

Portfolio

Summary

The leader’s office is to be the servant of all.  Being a servant means more than being compassionate or trustworthy.It means using your time, talent and treasure to meet other people’s needs.Yukl makes use of this exhortation, “Influence is the essence of leadership (Yukl, 2006, p. 145).At the heart of leadership is what you do with your influence for the people you serve.  Integrity, Communication, and Development are my guiding principles in cultivating the attitude of a servant.

Skills

Installation Voting Assistance Officer
C-130H Aircraft Commander
 Commands $32 million major weapon system on airland, airdrop, & aeromedical evacuation operations worldwide - Responsible for aircraft and welfare of five or more crew under threat of hostile fire and severe weather conditions - Devises mission plans considering aircraft performance, weather, intelligence, available routes, and combat threats