Samuel A. Spears** *** **** ***
Phenix City, Al. 36870(406) ***-****
Detail-oriented team player seeks position to enhance learning and obtain work experience within the private security industry.
Central High School, Phenix City, Al. - High School Diploma, June 1999
Primary Military Education
• Basic Infantryman School– Fort Benning, Ga.
• Air Assault School – Fort Campbell, Ky.
• Combat Lifesaver Course – Fort Campbell, Ky.
• Eagle First Responder – Fort Campbell, Ky.
• ITAS (Improved Targeting Acquisition System) – Fort Stewart, Ga.
• Company Intelligence Support Team Course – Macon, Ga.
United States Army Georgia National Guard 2007- Present
(April 2009 – April 2010) While deployed to Kunduz City, Kunduz Province, Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom served as a Team Leader in COIST (Company Intelligence Support Team) attached to Headquarters platoon, assisted with management of the Company’s lethal and nonlethal targeting along with assisting with the supervision and operation of the Company’s intelligence, surveillance, and the reconnaissance (ISR) program. Also, conducted and managed the patrols brief/debrief process for multiple teams along with detainee operations and tactical site exploitation. Coordinated with Special Forces groups to facilitate the kill/capture of high-valued targets/high-valued individuals. Proficient in working three separate computer systems, biometrics, Distributed Common Ground System Army (DCGS-A), and event-trend analysis; tactical ground reporting network (TiGRNET). Also conducted SLE (Street Level Engagements) and KLE (Key Leader Engagements) on multiple missions for the purpose of acquiring intelligence to disseminate. Granted Secret clearance on NACLC investigation from OPM closed 2009 06 04. Adjudication of Secret clearance on 2009 06 15 by CCF.
(February 2008 – April 2009) While assigned to Delta Company 2-121 Infantry Battalion, Americus, GA, was a training assistant with the Company Training section to qualify and prepare Delta Company for operational readiness to Afghanistan. During the course of the training was responsible for tracking and training over a hundred soldiers ranging from multiple warrior training tasks to qualifying soldiers on all crew served weapons. At the end of the training cycle Delta Company was acknowledged as the best prepared and organized company in regards to course completions and qualifications.
United States Army FT. Campbell, KY 2004 – 2007
(November 2005 – November 2006) While Deployed to Ramadi, Al Anbar Province, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom served as a Team Leader in a light Infantry Squad. Lead and supervised a light weapons team in offensive and defensive ground combat missions. Conducted multiple missions as a designated marksman. Proficient in individual weapons, machine guns, and anti-armor weapons. Licensed on five tactical and up-armored military vehicles, Combat Life Saver qualified, and trained on multiple radio-communication systems.
• Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
• Iraq Campaign Medal
• Army Commendation Medal
• Army Achievement Medal
• Army Good Conduct Medal
• National Defense Service Medal
• Army Service Ribbon
• Overseas Service Ribbon
• Combat Infantry Badge
• Expert Infantryman Badge
• Air Assault
CPT Ezequiel Moya Jr
Delta Company Commander(956)-***-****
4017 Fir Ave
McAllen, TX, 78501
SSG Jonathan Santoro(931)-***-****
803 Preacher Mill Rd. APT H104
Clarksville, TN, 37042
283 Rye Patch Rd.
Hinesville, GA, 31313
5189 Belmont Ridge Circle
Lithonia, GA, 30038