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Air Force Training

Location:
Lexington, North Carolina, 27292, United States
Salary:
60000
Posted:
May 15, 2019

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Christopher Lynn **** Regan Road

Lexington, North Carolina

757-***-****

E-mail: ac9d09@r.postjobfree.com

Background

An experienced Air Force veteran with over 20 years of military and public service-A logical and analytical individual who is highly detailed yet able to see how these specifics add to mission success-One who is able to communicate both verbally and in writing in a team building environment-A quick learner is able to adapt as both a follower and a leader in a given situation-A highly motivated goal-oriented professional involved in mentoring, coaching, and training in a tactical atmosphere-An individual who is able to effectively organize equipment, processes, and a team to accomplish goals-An actively engage leadership style who seeks to lead by example and empower the team to exceed expectations

Professional Skills:

Meteorological skills

Air Force Weather products

Leadership

Satellite and Radar Interpret

Joint Environmental Toolkit

Mark IV-B terminal

Microsoft Office

Planning and Scheduling

Skew-T Model Analysis

Geographic and terrain impact

Presentations/Briefings

Training and Management

Education

Top Secret- SCI; 192ND Intelligence Squadron Adjudicated 12/2018

Graduate Certificate in Non-Profit Management; University of North Carolina at Charlotte 08/2014

Associates of Meteorology- Community College of the Air Force 02/2015

Associate Education and Training Management- Community College of the Air Force 06/2012

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science- University of North Carolina at Charlotte 12/2001

Associates of Applied Science Ecological Controls- Community College of the Air Force 04/1999

Work Experience

16Apr16-Present 192nd Intelligence Squadron 1N4XX Recruit, Langley AFB, Virginia

25Jul15-18Jan16 ISR Contingency Support for Operations Enduring Freedom and Freedom Sentinal, 23 SOWS, Hurlburt Field, Florida

•Collect, analyze, and forecasts of atmospheric and space tailored weather to Special Operations Forces customers in collaboration with Combined Joint Special Operations Air Component (CJSOAC)

•Analyze and exploit weather phenomena effected by austere geography terrain in support of contingency operations

•Prepare 515 Flight Mission Execution Forecasts (MEF) enabling over 5150 combat fly hours

•Safeguarded 14 manned and unmanned aircraft involved counter terrorism/rescue missions

•Present 1005 verbal flight weather briefings to forces engaged in fighting terrorism

•Prepare and present over 103 weather shift change briefings to weather station co-workers

•Provide centralized weather products, and surface and upper air reports to forecast weather

•Considers aircraft operating thresholds and weather hazards applicable to aircraft

•Analyze surface charts and upper-air charts

•Observes current local events and weather conditions to maximize operational effectiveness

•Forecasting synoptic weather elements, forecast non-convective severe weather

•Maintains awareness of operational and computer security to ensure proper protection

Apr15-May15 Annual Training Emerald Warrior Exercise in Support of the 235th Air Traffic Control Squadron Camp Shelby, MS

•Individual deployed as one-man weather support for the 235th Air Traffic Controllers

•Prepare Visibility Observation Chart for Forward Operating Base (FOB) Weather Station

•Site selection and setup of TMQ-53 Tactical Mobile Observation System (TMOS)

•Considers aircraft operating thresholds and weather hazards applicable to aircraft/ jumpers

•Identify and apply facts about weather sensitivities and their impacts on military operations

•Prepare 17 Flight Mission Execution Forecasts (MEF) for UH-60, C-130, C-17 aircraft

•Provide drop zone wind data and weather information to Marine ground personnel

•Prepare and present 14 flight weather briefings to permanent air field staff daily

•Mission Watch weather and routinely brief to Air Traffic Control lead staff

•Prepare 9 weather watches, warnings, and advisories to ensure safety of personnel/equipment

•Prepare After Action Reports for 156th Weather flight and 235th Air Traffic Control Squadron

Jul14-Aug14 Battlefield Weather Mission Qualification Training Squad Leader “A-Team”, US Army, Camp Blanding, Florida

•Combat Lifesaver training

•Army Combatives

•Tactical Weapons Training to include M-4 Rifle, 9mm handgun, M249 S.A.W.

•HEAT/Rollover training

•Mapping, land navigation, and tactical movement in unfamiliar environments day/night

•Tactical Convoy Operations and secure radio communications

•Improvised Explosive Device recognition and identification

•Squad tactics and room clearing

Jun14 Fort Polk JRTC OJT Panther Exercise 449th Aviation Brigade- 1st-130th Attack Recon Battalion AH-64 Apache; 2-130th Aviation Operations Battalion UH-60 Blackhawk; 1st-131st C Company “Kill Devils”UH-60 Blackhawk/ 86th Infantry Brigade Army Support

•Prepare Visibility Observation Chart for Forward Operating Base (FOB) Weather Station

•Site selection and Setup of TMQ-53 Tactical Mobile Observation System (TMOS) with team

•Considers aircraft operating thresholds and weather hazards applicable to aircraft

•Identify and apply facts about weather sensitivities and their impacts on military operations

•Prepare over 10 Flight Mission Execution Forecasts (MEF) for UH-60 and AH-64 aircraft

•Prepare and present flight weather briefings to 15 assigned pilots

•Prepare and present weather shift change briefings to weather station co-workers

•Prepare 7 weather watches, warnings, and advisories

•Serve as Staff Weather Officer (SWO) to troops at Joint Tactical Operating Center (JTOC)

•Plan and prepare Forward Area Limited Observing Program (FALOP) with Army operations

•Participated in ground force tactical engagement of insurgents

May14 Annual Training- training requirements-FLANG Camp Blanding, Florida

Jul13-Aug13 NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER ACADEMY GRADUATE- United States Air Force, McGhee Tyson AFB, Knoxville, Tennessee

Sep12-Apr13 WEATHER JOURNEYMAN (1W051)

May13 Annual Training- training requirements-FLANG Camp Blanding, Florida

•Tactical Weapons Training to include M-4 Rifle, 9mm handgun, M249 S.A.W.

•HEAT/Rollover training

•Mapping, land navigation, and tactical movement in unfamiliar environments day/night

•Tactical Convoy Operations and secure radio communications

•Improvised Explosive Device recognition and identification

•Squad tactics and room clearing

Jan12-May12 Weather Readiness Training Command- FLANG Camp Blanding, Florida

•Prepare Flight Mission Execution Forecasts

•Collect, analyze, and forecasts of atmospheric and space tailored weather to 18WS customers

•Prepare and present flight weather briefings to assigned pilots

•Prepare and present weather shift change briefings to weather station co-workers

•Considers aircraft operating thresholds and weather hazards applicable to aircraft

•Identify and apply facts about weather sensitivities and their impacts on military operations

•Relate meteorological events to satellite imagery

•Analyze surface charts and upper-air charts

•Observes current local and world-wide weather conditions using local radar

•Prepare weather watches, warnings, and advisories

•Operate pilot-to-metro service radio communications

May12-Sep12 Weather Seasoning Training- 18 Weather Squadron, 5TH Aviation Battalion OH-58, OH-72 MEDEVAC HELOs and Drop Zones Fort Polk, Louisiana

•Collaborated over 60 Terminal Aerodrome forecasts with 28TH Operational Weather

•Squadron shift lead forecaster, Barksdale AFB, Louisiana ensuring horizontal consistency

•Prepare over 60 Flight Mission Execution Forecasts for MEDEVAC operations

•Collect, analyze, and forecasts of atmospheric and over 60 space tailored weather products

•Prepare and present flight weather briefings over 60 and 5-DAY forecast to assigned pilots

•Prepare and present weather over 60 shift change briefings to weather station co-workers

•Relate satellite imagery and NEXRAD RADAR to imminent weather events

•Prepare over 20 weather watches, warnings, and advisories to customers to ensure safety

•Operate over 20 pilot-to-metro service radio communications for Mission watch updates

•Prepare over 75 AF-form 175-1s to pilot mission operations

•Collaborated with weather personnel involved in JRTC exercises to ensure personnel safety

0JUL04-JUL10 North Carolina Air National Guard 1st Enlistment Education and Training Manager E-5 Staff Sergeant, 145th Logistics Readiness Squadron/ 145th Medical Group

•Implement and manage training programs, policies, and procedures with Command Staff

•Monitors the formal training programs, Career Development Courses (CDCs) 200 personnel

•Advises Unit Commander, trainers and supervisors of the policies, status, progress of training

•Ensures unit(s) has developed a training plan annually for all assigned personnel

•Ensures currency of all training rosters

•Ensures all required training records are maintained IAW current directives and local policies

•Ensures that all assigned personnel have completed the Air Force Trainer/Certifier Course

•Instructs Train the Trainer, Train the Certifier to over 50 personnel

•Manages the ancillary training program (ATP)

•Conducts 13 annual Staff Assistance Visits

•Prepares 13 written reports for Base Training

•Ensures over 200 training members meet all training requirements/documentation is complete

•Prepare 7 slide show presentations on training topics relating to AFTR administration

•Learn the mission of each unit and how each contributes to mission success

Oct06 Outstanding Rating on Training during 145 LRS Unit Compliance Inspection

Aug07 145th Logistics Readiness Squadron Peer Excellence Award

JUL95-JUL99 23Nov95-05Jul99 UTILITIES SYSTEMS SPECIALIST Assigned to 436 CES Dover AFB, Delaware E-4 Senior Airman

•Inspect water-supply systems, drainage and sewer systems, and fire sprinkler systems

•Specialize in maintenance and repair of water and drainage systems in establishments

•Perform routine maintenance on Backflow Prevention Devices

•Excavate Water and drainage lines with Backhoe and equipment for installation and repair

•Collects samples and tests for chemical and bacteria levels in the water

•Mar96 Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Unit Training (ROWPU) McGuire AFB, New Jersey

•Apr96 Backflow Prevention Devices Testing Course Dover AFB, Delaware

•Mar97 TDY in Support of 436 CES EOD Warren Grove Air Field, New Jersey

•Excavated 300+ 500lb and 1000lb munitions using 10K Forklift

•Moved 25 crates of 22 BTUs ordinance for proper disposal

•Collected thousands of 50 caliber spent munitions from airfield

•Assisted 436 CES EOD in disposal and destruction of Air Field spent munitions

Jul97 TDY Participant in Silver Flag (CES Contingency Training) Tyndall AFB, Florida

•Install water-supply systems, drainage and sewer systems for Bare Base and Prime Beef

•Specialize in maintenance and repair of water and drainage systems during contingency

•Quickly assemble and move Triple R (Rapid Runway Repair) during post airfield attack

•Excavate Water and drainage lines with Backhoe and equipment for installation and repair

•Setup ROWPU for treating water for potable use during contingency Bare Base situation

•Collects samples and tests for chemical and bacteria levels in the water for human consumption

•Identified effective quality assurance program procedures

Aug-Dec97 TDY in SUPPORT of Operation Southern Watch Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia

Training

ISR Contingency Training for Mission Execution Forecast Operations 08/2015

Battlefield Weather Initial Qualification Training, Camp Blanding Florida 08/2014

Combat Life Saver Training Certification 08/2014

Army Course: J3TAUS022 SERE 100.1 LEVEL A CODE OF CONDUCT

Apprentice Weather Forecaster- United States Air Force 12/2011

Project Management- University of North Carolina at Charlotte 05/2014

Non-Commissioned Officer Academy Graduate- United States Air Force 08/2013

Intergovernmental Relations-Troy University 12/2007

Economics for Public Management-12/2007

Administrative Law-Troy University 12/2006

Public Policy Analysis-Troy University 10/2005

Research Methods in Public Administration- Troy University 10/2005

Education and Training Manager- United States Air Force 02/2005

Airman Leadership School Correspondence 12/2004

International Organizations- University of North Carolina at Charlotte 05/2000

Spanish 201- University of North Carolina at Charlotte 05/2001

Research Methods- University of North Carolina at Charlotte 05/2001

Micro-Economics- University of North Carolina at Charlotte 08/2001

Macro-Economics- University of North Carolina at Charlotte 05/2000

Statistics 1222- University of North Carolina at Charlotte 12/1999

Comparative Politics- University of North Carolina at Charlotte 12/2000

AWARDS AND DECORATIONS INCLUDING STATE

Air Force Achievement Medal 1ST OAKLEAF CLUSTER-2016

Air Force Achievement Medal-2010

Army Achievement Medal-2014

Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal with Oak-leaf Cluster-2010

National Defense Service Medal with Device-2004

Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal-1998

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal-2010

Air Force Longevity Service-2010

United States Air Force NCO PME Graduate Ribbon-2013

Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon-2013

Air Force Training Ribbon-1995

North Carolina National Guard State Service Ribbon-2010

North Carolina National Guard State Active Duty Award-2004



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