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Manager Developer

Fort Benning, GA
March 10, 2019

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Fort Benning, GA 31905

Cell: 909-***-****


PREFERENCE: Secret Clearance Veteran


Dedicated and motivated leader with 24 years in strategic development, operational support, with heavy military vehicles to include wheeled, tracked and special purpose equipment. Led personnel to meet and exceed Army standards through enforcing regulatory compliance. Managed risks upon multiple lines to protect assets, property, and equipment valued over $15M while meeting the expectations of senior leadership.


Associates of Arts in General Studies, Central Texas College

Commercial Driver’s License – Class “A” with X Endorsement


U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence Directorate of Training & Doctrine,

Task Development Branch,

01/2014 – 02/2019

MCoE DOTD, FT Benning, GA

Hours per week: 40

Supervisory: James K Pinckney

Senior Training Developer/Writer

Managed administration, logistics, maintenance, and personnel management of 6 personnel

Served as the Senior Training Developer and Reviewer for all 19K (Abrams Tank) task analysis; updated task inventory that reflected changes in doctrine, tactics, organization, and equipment

Reviewed and revised over 400 19K (Abrams Tank) Individual Tasks; displayed sound tactical and technical knowledge reviewing and revising 100 of the 150 tasks to incorporated recommendations

Mentored 3 new writers in the uses of Training Development Capability (TDC); resulted in more accurate and relevant individual tasks

Led efforts in developing 474 Individual Tasks for M1 Abrams (19K’s) skill levels 10-40; resulted in the publication of the 2015 19K Soldier Training Publication (STP) Manual

Revised and reviewed over 5 19K tasks and incorporated recommendations made from the 2014 19Z Critical Task Selection Board

D Company 1/11 ACR



Hours Per Week: 40

Supervisory: Corey E. Stevenson

Department Manager/M1 Abrams Tank Commander

Managed the daily maintenance of two M113A3’s OPFOR Main Battle Tanks (MBT), four M113A3 OPFOR Surrogate vehicles (OSV), and 2 M1A1 Abrams Tanks worth in excess of $10,000,000

Managed administration, logistics, maintenance, and personnel management of 15 personnel

Trained department on Tank Gunnery Skills Testing; resulted in two crews qualifying Distinguished and one Superior

Planned an effective department fires plan; developed a marksmanship training plan; resulted in 10 personnel in the department scoring Expert

Maintained a 99.5% operational readiness rate and 100% accountability of all assigned equipment with Zero loss

HHT 1/11 ACR



Hours per week: 40

Supervisory: Agaluma S. Filoialii

Assistant Operations Manager

Managed administration, logistics, maintenance, and personnel management of 22 personnel; oversight of additional 1,000 personnel

Selected over 6 peers to serve as the Battle Captain (Combat Operations Manager) by the Personnel Director; greatly contributed to the success of the organization and kept Tactical Operations Center functioning

Cross trained personnel on Operations duties; enhanced the section’s ability; coached and developed junior leadership by assigning them additional area of responsibility

Supervised the accountability and readiness of S-3 shop equipment and facilities in excess of $15M with Zero issues or loss for 10 NTC Rotational Operations

C Company 1/11 ACR,



Hours per week: 40

Supervisory: Scott C. Bronner

Department Manager/M1 Abrams Tank Commander

Directed the deployment of personnel and heavy track vehicles in combat and training exercises

Supervised vehicle maintenance activities in accordance with operational procedures to provide safe and proactive results for equipment in excess of $8,000,000

Managed the training of team section in logistics, ammunition resupply

Drain and change oil and lubricants in accordance with technical manuals

Prepared oil samples for shipment for two M113A3’s OPFOR Main Battle Tanks (MBT), four M113A3 OPFOR Surrogate vehicles (OSV), and 2 M1A1 Abrams Tanks

Conducted road service test vehicles to determine serviceability

Removed and replaced power packs, final drives, and road wheel arms as required

Performed annual, bi-annual, and semi-annual services in accordance with technical manual requirements

Developed mobilization plans including vehicle load plans, unit movement plans, convoy clearance requests, in preparing the highest readiness status of the unit

Training Developer/Writer


FORT KNOX, 40121


Hours per week: 40

Supervisory: Beany Kemper

Revises task analyses to incorporate new/revised tactics, techniques and procedures

Coordinated common and shared task changes with other service schools and developed all 19K Soldier Training Publication (STP) task summaries

Assisted in the development status of all Armor Crewmembers Training Publications

Specialized area of interest includes Combat Advanced Gunnery Training System (C-AGTS) and 19K Task Selection Board (TSB)


Basic, Advanced, and Senior Personnel & Logistical Operations Management Courses

Organizational Operations Planning Course Phase I

Cavalry Leaders Course

Equal Opportunity Course

Sexual Harassment/Assault Response Program Course

Company Movement Officer Course

Company Armorer Repairer Course

First Responder Course


Meritorious Service Medal

Army Commendation Medal (5)

Army Achievement Medal (4)

Army Good Conduct Medal (7)

Driver’s Badge – Wheel & Track Vehicles (Safety Award)

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