MILLARD BRANCH JR.
Hephzibah, Ga. 30815
MULTI-CHANNEL TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS and JNN SUPERVISOR ADMINISTRATOR / INSTALLER
Background includes fifteen years of experience in supervising, installing, testing, upgrading, troubleshooting, support, and maintenance of various types of Multi-channel Transmission and Switch Board Systems combined with commercial industry experience. Track record of rapid deployment with exceptional performance, work ethic, multi-tasking ability, and team morale-building skills.
Security Clearance – Secret
Managed and evaluated mid level supervisors
Deployed worldwide to perform command, control, communications, and phone network systems and relocations supporting DOD operations.
Demonstrated short-notice Transmission radio, satellite/wideband, TropoScatter Transmission and secure communication systems engineering installation activities for federal agencies and allied forces
Fabricated, assembled, connected, and inter-wired components and subassemblies such as CAT V, CAT VI, Fiber, fusion splicing, copper splicing and copper terminations in accordance with engineered instructions, technical orders, and standard installation practices.
Certificate, SMART-T (Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Reliable Tactical Terminal)
Certificate, SSS (Single Shelter Switch)
Certificate, U.S. Army Instructor Training Course
Certificate, AN/TRC 170, AN/TRC 190 C/D AN/TSC 167B, AN/GRC 226, AN/GRC 245
Certificate, U.S. Army Safety Officer Course
Certificate, BATTLE STAFF, online Correspondence Course,
Certificate, Mid Level Leadership Course, (BNCOC) U.S. Army Signal Center
Certificate, Leadership Development Course, (PLDC) U.S. Army Ft. Carson CO
Certificate, Data Communications University, U.S. Army
Certificate, Multi-channel Transmission System Operator Maintainer, U.S. Army
Instructor/Writer- Delan and Associates Inc. Sep 2009 to Mar 2010
Total Solution-Inc. Mar 2010 to Present
Employed as an Instructor/Writer for the 25Q Course (Multi-channel Transmission Operations and Satellite Equipment (SMART-T)
Provided instruction for installation, operation, maintenance, and Direct Support
Tested students on their ability to setup and operate SMART-T equipment through (CBT) computer based training, as well as hand on
Prepared and handled all academic documents to include Honor Graduate and Distinguished Honor Graduate
Platoon Sergeant – FT Campbell, Kentucky May 2005 to May 2009
Supervised and mentored a JNN Platoon of 23 soldiers comprised of 25U, 25N, 25Q, 25S, and 25L
Provide annual and monthly evaluation reports for all NCO’s and subordinates, to include board recommendations and promotions
Served as the NCOIC of the Entry Control Point at Contingency Operating Base Speicher
United States Army – Kirkuk, Iraq Sep 2005 to Aug 2006
Battle Spectrum Manager
Supervised and evaluated a section comprised of four soldiers and three mid level supervisors during combat operations.
Responsible installation and operation of the Network Operation Center (NOC)
Maintained connectivity of 160 switches to support 19 routers over 400 subscribers with Non-Secure Internet and 260 VOIP phone connections.
Fabricated, assembled, connected, and inter-wired components and subassemblies such as CAT V, CAT VI, COAX, and Fiber terminations in accordance with engineered instructions, technical orders, and standard installation practices. Also proficient in fusion splicing, copper splicing and copper terminations.
United States Army – Fort Gordon, Georgia Aug 2004 to May 2005
Chosen over 42 Sergeants and 24 Senior Staff Sergeants to serve as Platoon Sergeant
Managed the responsibility, administration, and in processing and out processing of all soldiers re-classing to the 25F, and 25Q MOS
Maintained and managed personnel records of all NON-IET soldiers assigned to the Platoon.
United States Army – Fort Gordon, Georgia Feb 2003 to Jul 2004
Military Liaison Training Manager (General Dynamics)
Managed a section comprised of three team leaders, mid-level NCO’s
Served as the POC for the Regimental NCO Academy for scheduling training within the General Dynamic and 15th Signal Brigade area for BNCOC and ANCOC soldiers
Managed policy implementation as directed by TRADOC and USASC & FT GORDON through the 15th Signal Brigade
Assisted in the selection of Distinguished / Honor Graduate for 60 classes, always ensuring there was fairness and accuracy
United States Army – Fort Gordon, Georgia Sep 2001 to Jan 2003
Military Liaison (General Dynamics)
Served as the 1st shift Military Liaison
Inspected classroom activity to insure training is being conducted properly and fairly by General Dynamic employees
Successfully managed and directed all student administrative and training documents for General Dynamics and the 15th Signal Brigade.
Consistently managed all Service School Academic Reports (DA form 1059) for all Non-commissioned Officers attending the 25F/25Q course
United States Army – Fort Gordon, Georgia Oct 2000 to Sep 2001
Supervised and evaluated a section comprised of three mid level supervisors/instructors
Responsible for the quality training of over 3500 initial entry training (IET) students
Managed the installation, and operation of line-of-sight multi-channel radio terminals, Radio Access Units, communications security (COMSEC) devices, multiplexing equipment and antennas.
Interconnects equipment components and configures systems for operation. Maintains records and reports pertaining to equipment operations.
Over seen unit maintenance on MSE radio transmission and associated equipment.
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