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Valrico, Florida, 33596, United States
May 19, 2017

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Valrico, Fl. *****

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Citizenship: United States of America

Military Preference: Veteran

Security Clearance: Top Secret


Extremely adaptable Security Professional with extensive hands-on experience in planning, implementing, and managing investigations and initiatives designed to increase safety and security. Strengths include Criminal Investigations, Investigative Procedures and Technique Training, and Reporting and Documentation. Demonstrate tact and diplomacy, a high degree of professional ethics, and extreme sensitivity to confidential data and personal issues. Highly effective at diffusing tense, complex, and escalating situations.


Amazon Fulfillment Center

Ruskin, Fl. April 2017 to present

Inbound accountability

Verify product count with the use of hand held scanners. Ten hour standing shift and work with robotics.

SECURITAS SECURITY May 2013 to March 2017

Irving, Texas

DoD security clearance validator

Used JPAS daily to validate the status of security clearances for all employees of Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin worldwide. Currently hold a final Top Secret clearance. Supervised security personnel at front desk for CCTV and access control for main building. Trained and supervised ten Security guards and maintained their training records.

United States Navy May 1993 to May 2013

USS CURT FFG-38 March 2011 to May 2013

San Diego, California 92110 50 Hours per week


Supervise the daily operations and a staff of 20. Direct the collection, coordination, analyzing, and dissemination of intelligence. Distribute critical and time sensitive information to appropriate personnel. Draft numerous reports and assessments. Serve as the quality control and release authority for intelligence reports. Develop operating budgets. Monitor expenditures. Develop training program logistics. Apprehend suspects; conduct investigations and interrogations. Preserve crime scene evidence. Enforce criminal and traffic laws. Patrol shores. Provide crowd control and oversee custodial operations. Provide monetary escorts. Monitor Intruder Detection System of critical munitions at two ordinance facilities.

• Design strategies to enhance port security, direct the acquisition and evaluation of equipment, and maintain a continuous flow of intelligence to operational units.

• Identify and resolve critical training shortages. Conducted 28 drills and 96 anti-terrorism defense and weapons proficiency training sessions for over 50 sailors in 2011. Contributed to an Ultra-FP score of 94.3.

•Instrumental in CURT’s outstanding results during company wide assessments.

•Conducted over 26 witness interviews in 21 DRB’s, 11 XOI’s, and 12 Captain Masts as a highly skilled interviewer/interrogator.

•Implement defensive measures that combat probable courses of action by organizations representing a threat to U.S. interests. Liaise with appropriate public service agencies to implement initiatives designed to enhance port security.

Command Fleet Activities Sasebo (CFAS) 2010 to 2011

Sasebo, Japan

Watch Commander

Participated in 2010 bi-lateral Force Protection exercise that enabled a pre planned response strategy during 46 training scenarios.

• Responded to twenty incidents and completed 14 incident reports between November 2010 and February 2011.

NAS JRB FORT WORTH 2005 to 2010

Fort Worth, Texas

Watch Commander

Trained personnel in force protection, physical security, and law enforcement, and weapons proficiency.

• Redeployed to the deployed to the Middle East with USCENTCOM to serve as Personal Security Detail for USCENTCOM Commander, Deputy Commander and other high-ranking dignitaries.


Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 50 Hours per Week

Watch Commander

Ensured base and navy regulations were enforced. Provided waterborne and land security, aircraft and flight line security, strategic weapons and cargo security, maritime security, and platform protection. Conducted customs, corrections, detainee, and protective service operations.

• Deployed to serve as Personal Security Detail for USCENTCOM Generals during various missions conducted throughout the Middle East and Africa. (7 months).

COMUSNAVCENT 1998 to 2003

Manama, Bahrain 50 Hours per Week

Protective Service Specialist

Responsible for the safety and security of two three star Admirals and their families, as well as other dignitaries to include President George W. Bush Sr.

Boatswain’s Mate

USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN-71 May 1994 to February 1996

Norfolk, Virginia 50 Hours per Week


Combat Trainer August 2012 to October 2012

Anti-Terrorism Training Supervisor Instructor August 2011 to October 2012

Protective Services Specialist May 2011 to August 2012

Navy Law Enforcement Specialist November 1998 to January 2007


Anti Terrorism Officer (ATO); Center for Security Forces, San Diego, California; 2011

Armed Sentry, Security Reaction Force, Basic and Advanced; 2011

Personal Security Course; International Training Inc., Summit Point, West Virginia; 2002

Executive Protection; R.L. Oatman and Associates Inc, Towson, Maryland; 2001


Decision Making & Problem Solving; 2010

National Incident Management System; 2009

ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents; 2009

National Response Framework; 2009


CLEOC, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook


Diploma; Munich American High School; Munich, Germany; 1989

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