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Apr 2004Sep 2005

Senior Advisor to the Commander (Sergeant 1st Class)

U.S. Army, 3/393rd Field Artillery Battalion

* Managed over 25 personnel and 16 heavy brigade vehicles in digitized operational combat readiness training.* Oversaw personnel management and professional development of staff.* Monitored unit’s ability to employ and integrate $5 million in automated systems. * Planned, coordinated and supervised unit restructuring. * Trained Force Support Package unit and two Brigade Combat Teams in Field Artillery, and mentored five battery Non-Commission Officers as Firing Battery First Sergeant.  * Assisted senior NCO leadership of seven National Guard Field Artillery Battalions.

Jun 2001Mar 2004

Advisor to the Commander (Sergeant 1st Class)

U.S. Army, 3/29th Field Artillery Battalion

* Provided mid-level supervision and leadership at the operational level to platoon size units.  * Trained over 45 personnel to feed, fuel, arm, and fix equipment for battalion. * Planned, coordinated, and supervised unit activities. * Coached and mentored eight battery Non-Commission Officers.

Jun 1999May 2001

Senior Trainer (Staff Sergeant)

U.S. Army, 1/22nd Field Artillery Battalion

* Directly supervised 10 to 15 senior management level employees with a span of influence encompassing over 256 subordinates.* Supervised usage of digital Battlefield Operating Systems by key staff members and evaluated their performance.

Jul 1996Jun 1999

Trainer (Staff Sergeant)

U.S. Army, 1/11th Field Artillery Battalion

* Directly supervised 7 to 12 soldiers, including Maintenance Technician and Communications Equipment Operator. * Instructed and supervised training of section personnel in unit defense procedures.* Supervised ammunition train, weapons movement, and conducted weapon checks. * Prepared technical reports. * Taught, coached, and mentored five battery Non-Commission Officers.

Jul 1995Jun 1996

Trainer (Sergeant)

U.S. Army, HHC V Corps G3 Training

* Trained office automation staff for word processing and office software. * Obtained relevant core information from soldiers’ medical records in preparation for long term deployments. * Provided clerical support for efficient office operation of 5th Corps Tactical Command Post.  * Taught and coached three Non-Commission Officers in unit procedures.



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Qualifications Summary

Creative Leadership* Uses highly effective communication and interpersonal skills for directing teams, developing objectives, delegating activities, and achieving goals.* Experienced leading and directing individuals under stressful, inhospitable and hazardous conditions.  * A self starter, skilled at communicating an understanding of tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs).* Presents features and benefits of new products and services, makes recommendations, and follows through to ensure optimum performance.

Military* US Army, 1989 to 2010. Honorably discharged. * Clearance: Secret (inactive)* 40 Percent Disabled Veterans, VRA eligible, VEOA eligible.


Meritorious Service Medal (3)Army Commendation Medal (7)Army Achievement Medal (14)Army Good Conduct Award (6)National Defense Service Medal (2)Korea Defense Service MedalArmed forces Expedition MedalHumanitarian Service MedalGlobal War on Terrorism Expeditionary and Service Medals.



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