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Training Officer

Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, United States
December 09, 2018

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Maurice Lavelle McDougald

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Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina 27526




• Critical Thinking Classroom Instruction JCIDS

• Decision Making Technical Escort Doctrine Development

• Public Affairs Partner Nation Program Manager

• Educator License CPI certificate PhD Student


• PhD student, Education Community Care and Counseling, Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA (2016)

• M.S., Human Services (Executive Leadership), 3.98 GPA, Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA (2014)

• B.S., Criminal Justice, University of North Carolina – Pembroke

• Inspector General (Department of Defense), Army Defense Information (Public Affairs)

• Technical Escort (CBRN transport, evaluation, measurement, monitoring material samples)

• Combined Arms and Staff College, Anti-terrorism and Force Protection

• Parachutist, Air Assault, Army Calvary Scout,

• MARS (Military Affiliated Radio System) frequency program to address national radio signal shortages

• Media interaction with national and international outlets, editing and printing media products

• Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, US Army

• Graduate of Service Instructor Qualification Course (Basic and Advanced Officer Leadership; DOTMLPF)

• Graduate of Curriculum Developers Course (Combat Developer Course)

• Graduate of DINFOS (Defense Information School) as Public Affairs Officer serving during real world military conflict in hostile areas and Stateside locations. Supervised PAO staff, coordinated with local, national, and international media outlets, weekly magazine, etc.

• Experienced instructor (and curriculum developer – military); NC Certified High School Teacher

• Experience with adult education methodologies public speaking (Military Public Affairs Officer)

• Analyze, plan life cycle management of CBRNE equipment supporting Geographical Combatant Commands

• Provide training, maintenance, and logistical requirements for key rapid acquisition projects.

• Develop long-term equipment sustainment plans for Partner Nation Projects (Gulf Cooperation Council)

• Served as the senior trainer for CBRNE and consequence management projects (multiple)

• Knowledge of the organizational structures, relationship/interface between the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) and the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD).

• Demonstrate knowledge of DOD acquisition processes involving life cycle logistics (Combat Developer certification)

• Develops business plans and recommends required staffing to accomplish work load; develops basic budgetary internal reports; directs resources; and manages internal administrative processes to enhance organizational performance.

• Led course managers/instructors, instructional system design specialists, subject matter experts, and technical/administrative support personnel providing direction, task prioritization, feedback, administrative management and oversight, and technical supervision.

• Researches and collaborates with external partners to identify ways to enable approaches to classes and their delivery, identifying automated technologies and instructional methodologies for application to training and workforce development.

• Lead multiple logistical preparations and requirements to support training and real-world contingencies; coordination with Foreign Embassy liaison for numerous high level engagements

• Researches, learns and applies a wide range of qualitative and /or quantitative methods to identify, analyze and improve team effectiveness, efficiency and work products

• Resolves simple, informal complaints of employees and refers others, such as formal grievances and appeals, to the supervisor or an appropriate management official.

• Represents US Army and National interest in international discussions with foreign government military and civilian agency officials concerning personnel, equipment, and civilian support teams in support of emergency situations and real-world deployments

• Researching and understanding enemy (CBRNE) targets, how they operate and how they fit in the larger geo-political context

• Development, Implementation, Oversight of comprehensive programs and procedures to ensure common core and extended curriculum requirements are met for all Army and other service Basic Officer initial and postsecondary academic programs

• NC Educator License (number 1194614)

• Non-violent Crisis Intervention Training certificate

• 10-point veteran preference


ROTC Senior Army Instructor –

Millbrook HS, Raleigh, NC (August 2018 – present)

Providence Grove High School, Climax, NC (Dec 2015 – August 2018)

• Present curriculum instruction in accordance with lesson plans (online and classroom)

• Conduct community involvement projects to enhance school and program overall visibility

• Active participant to Army Cadet Command Curriculum Instruction engagement to assist training module design and stay abreast of modification

• Ability to motivate students to achieve their best in leadership skills and curriculum requirements

• Prepare students for State and National exams

Chief Supervisor - Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Explosive, USARCENT, Shaw AFB, SC (2014- 2015)

• Coordinated for real world US and partner nation military and civilian organizational capabilities to address CBRNE personnel, deployable equipment assets, personal protective equipment, and training readiness plans focusing on 21 countries within the US Central Command area of responsibility to include non-State actors

• Supervised and provided effective, comprehensive CBRNE training and readiness gaps to US Partner nations during national strategic training venues and multiple nations military steering committee engagements

• Coordinated for Army CBRNE unit personnel, equipment rotational flow to numerous countries in support of national and strategic level objectives. Establish CBRNE Emergency Operation Center within organization

• Trained subordinate personnel on Chemical Joint Warning Report Network and Bio-surveillance Portal System capabilities to prepare for national and strategic level chemical and biological threats Chief Supervisor - Initial Military Training, CIMT, Joint Base Langley Eustis, Newport News, VA (2012- 2014)

• Recognition for leadership in developing emerging sequential curriculum requirements and policy changes to adequately address Army pre-commissioned to commissioned Officer common core requirements.

• Led development of 80 common core training doctrinal requirement for 43 State National Guard Warrant Officer Candidate courses, the Army Candidate and Warrant Officer courses, The Army Medical School, 19 Army Basic Branch programs, the Army Direct Commission course, and the US Army Military Academy.

• Approved all Army Officer common core initial military training educational curriculum and programs of instruction in accordance with Army Training Regulation

• Supervised development of TR 350-36 (Basic Officer Leader Course) ensuring all required training to include synchronization with other military program requirements and validation criteria was established

• Supervised instructional programs, training course development, course and test design, classroom and distance learning mode training materials development, course and training program evaluation, staff and faculty development, and computer-assisted and self-paced instruction.

• Plan, prepare, and deliver instructional activities that facilitate active learning Chief Inspector General - US Army Cadet Command and Installation, Fort Knox, KY (2009 to 2012)

• Lead Army Inspector General responsible to provide support for Soldiers and Civilians within 6 countries, 4 territories, 5 States, 1645 JROTC programs (high school), 1164 partnership schools, and 273 SROTC (universities)

• Supervised and coordinated IG investigations, inspections, and inquiries for more than 10,000 active duties, reserve component, and civilians to include 3,500 retired military instructors and 300,000 Army Cadets.

• Supervised and approved assessments and evaluations of matters affecting readiness, mission performance, and the state of efficiency, economy, discipline and morale to include inquiries and formal investigations into allegations made against personnel and/or organizations.

• Independently coordinated with State Inspector Generals, State Congressional organizations, and the DOD IG team to analyze incoming complaints to include: allegations of Whistleblower Reprisal, improper mental health evaluations, and State Congressional inquiries.

• Discreetly investigated sensitive in nature complaints which had the potential of creating wide exposure and a high degree of public interest.

• Led coordination for IG inspections, assistance, investigations and collaboration with criminal investigation, sexual assault prevention and other organizations as required

• Observe and evaluate student performance and development Chief Supervisor - Homeland Security Force Protection, Army Integration Center, Fort Monroe, VA (2007- 2009)

• Supervised and developed, in coordination with Governmental Agencies (including HLDS) and Department of Defense, Capability Based Assessment reports to identify national and strategic HLDS threats and interagency cooperation and technology for addressing security and protection system capabilities and public emergency management information protocol procedures

• Led development of Doctrine, Organizational and synchronization training requirements in preparation of terrorist threat activities to include WMD at national events

• Supervised development of capability documentation leading to programs of record for force protection, CBRN, consequence management, obscuration, and non-lethal weapons with scalable effects to address Homeland Security local and national threats

• Oversee resource management decision packages in support of Homeland Security doctrine, development, and training to include the NORTHCOM Homeland Security Capability Based Assessment and solutions for the Army role in defense support to Civil Authorities, State National Guard elements, and local law enforcement.

• Led working groups, integrated process teams, and functional capabilities boards to support key system developments across all DOTMLPF-C domains. CBRNE: Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, High-yield explosives. DOTMLPF: Doctrine, Organization, Training, Material, Leadership, Personnel, Facilities, Cost.

• Initiate, develop, and coordinate experimentation study plans, assists with data collection management plans, conducts analysis on model output data.

• Develop requirement estimates for funding, manpower, facilities, equipment, and supplies.

• Integrate aviation and ground force concepts and programs across doctrine, organizations, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel and facilities (DOTMLPF).

• Monitor, manage, coordinate, reviewing and provide technical oversight of simulation experimentation to support revising current and developing new requirements as well as concepts and doctrine, tactics, techniques and organizational requirements.

• Conducts air and ground asset cost-benefit analysis in coordination with ARCIC analysts, to support Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) actions.

• Conduct Capabilities Needs Analysis (CNA) in support of Army Center of Excellence and requirements.

Chief, Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear - 10th Special Forces Group, Fort Carson, CO (2005-2007)

• Supervised CBRNE coordination and training for 1600 Special Forces Soldiers to include specialized Chemical Reconnaissance and Decontamination units and incorporation of HLDS plans

• Supervised sensitive site missions in support of governmental agency programs to address national, strategic, and non-State terrorist threats

• Supervised testing, transport of CBW material within CONUS and OCONUS locations to testing centers

• Led coordination for individual and subordinate personnel live CBW agent training, Special Forces advanced urban combat training, and potential detainee operations at National SUPERMAX prisons in the event of terrorist activity within the homeland

• Identifies, integrates, and manages the related inputs to and outputs from the USASOC capability analysis process in support of the CG, USASOC Strategic Planning Process (SPP) to baseline requirements in the form a Prioritized Capabilities Based Program List (P-CBPL) as well as identify and prioritize ARSOF capability, capacity, or proficiency gaps.

NETCOM Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, High-yield explosive Officer - United States Army Network Command, Fort Huachuca, Arizona (2003-2005)

• NETCOM CBRNE Officer in support of more than 12,000 Soldiers and civilians deployed worldwide in three subordinate signal commands and five separate signal brigades

• Provided CBRNE defense expertise for the Command and unit assistance for planning and coordination of CBRNE systems and equipment

• Led the CBRNE priority of command inspections and quality assurance assessments; supervised subordinate chemical defense equipment acquisition and stockade and served as the Training and Exercise Division Chief

• T&E Division Chief responsibilities include coordination for seating to the Army Fiber Optic training course, lead agencies for critical Signal Corps training exercises to include Grecian Bolt deployments to Korea, supervision of six division teams consisting of more than 50 Soldiers and civilians, and developed MARS

(Military Affiliated Radio System) high-frequency training programs to address across country signal shortages in the event of a national emergency.

Brigade Public Affairs Officer - 513th Military Intelligence Brigade, Fort Gordon, Georgia (2001-2003)

• Public Affairs Officer for the Army’s only deployable, echelon-above corps military intelligence force projection brigade providing multi-discipline intelligence to the Commander, 3rd US Army Central Command, Southern Command, and other theaters as directed (OIF and OEF)

• Provide senior advisement in managing internal and external information programs to include informing the local community reference unit war-efforts during deployment

• Led the publishing of monthly and weekly unit magazines and visual information programs; conduct public affairs planning and information strategies, media facilitation for civilian and military outlets, media interaction training, community relations, and media interactions with national and international news outlets including print and television communications

• Provided weekly public affairs updates to the Intelligence Security Command PAO, Fort Gordon PAO, and Augusta Chronicle newspaper

• Approved editing and print of numerous articles including media queries from national and local media offices concerning airborne reconnaissance missions supporting the “Search for the Sniper” (DC sniper) in Maryland, ensuring only accurate unclassified sensitive information was distributed. Other Qualifications:

• S3 Battalion Operations Officer (2nd CM BN) – Ensured overall operation to including logistics, personnel, training, and deployment requirement met for the Battalion. Coordinated real world and CONUS deployments in support of global and national events.

• Company Commander (2nd CM BN) – Led training and readiness for M93A2 mobile reconnaissance systems and company personnel. Ensured company prepared for contingency missions.

• Battalion Logistics Officer (83rd CM BN) – Supervised logistical support for Chemical Battalion in support of the 18th Airborne Corps (82nd Airborne, 10th Mountain, 101st Air Assault, 160th SOAR). Developed numerous support packages to ensure immediate support to Corps assets.

• Platoon Leader (25th CM BN) – Smoke, Decontamination, and Fuchs Recon personnel and equipment platoon leader for unit assigned in Germany. Prepared units for mission other than war and wartime requirements to include ramp for intervention in the former Yugoslavia.

• Leadership Assessment Course Evaluator – selected upon college graduation as top 5% of all SROTC graduated to serve as evaluator for SROTC advance camp. Supervised the squad tactics lane.

• Calvary Scout (North Carolina Army National Guard (252 Armor) – Basic Training as 19D Scout. AWARDS/CERTIFICATIONS

Joint Service Meritorious medal, Joint Service Commendation medal, Army Commendation medal, Army Meritorious Service medal, Humanitarian Service medal, National Defense medal, Army Achievement medal, Iraqi Campaign medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary medal, Global War on Terrorism Service medal, Army Service medal, Overseas Service medal, Army Reserve Component medal, Good Conduct medal. Awarded – Governor Commonwealth of Kentucky Recognition – participation in community events, address school curriculum on military installations, assist coordination of busing requirements from off-post to on-post schools, numerous military recognition and decorations Chief, NETCOM Training and Exercises, Commander (Chemical Company), Platoon Leader

(Decontamination, Smoke, Reconnaissance), Calvary Scout (19D), Contracting Officer, Public Affairs Officer, Security Officer, USR Officer, Equal Opportunity Officer. CPI Physical Restraint Certified (2017), High-Rope Rappel Certification (2017)

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