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Training Control

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United States
Posted:
April 28, 2014

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Charles E. Allen, Jr.

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*** ***** **** ******, *********, NC 28574- CELL PH: 079-***-****

Roshan/WORK PH: 817-***-**** Email: acdwlc@r.postjobfree.com

Qualifications Summary

Twenty years progressive achievement record in delivering results in high-

pressure environments while serving in the United States Marine Corps. Self-

motivated and confident in making independent decisions. Very well

organized and able to meet important deadlines. Expertise in

Transportation/Movement Control Operations and in expediting the movement

of personnel and material. Believe in strong in-place Standard Operating

Procedures and always supervise personnel to make sure the Standard

Operating Procedures are followed. Work well with others and demonstrate

strong leadership skills. Consistently seeking safer ways to make work

easier and more ergonomically successful and safe. Always utilizing strict

attention to detail. Assuring all personnel are compliant with all orders

and regulations. Continuously seeking ways to streamline jobs and save

money for the employer. Strive to be in front regarding leadership roles

and continuously work toward all avenues of moving forward in my career.

Never believe in staying stationary. Always seeking new promotional

positions. Currently maintain valid secret clearance, good trough

2016/10/27. Currently have a valid North Carolina CDL license Class A with

endorsements N, P, and T.

(At Present) -DynCorp Intl - Movement Control Coordinator Mid: I

Coordinate, monitor, and control the movement of personnel, equipment, and

cargo by air, road, or water. Prepare transportation movement documents

and related forms for type of shipments and modes of travel to include

follow-up or response to tracer actions. Document and inventory freight,

cargo, and material shipments of all types in accordance with established

standards. Request and coordinate transportation assets to fulfill movement

requirements and perform office duties such as posting regulations,

maintaining files, and preparing office correspondence.

. Project Planning

. Leadership

. Logistics

. Transportation

. Procurement

. Expediting

. Problem Solving

. Research and Analysis

. Training

. Project Team Skills

. Data Driven Management

. Effective Communication

. Reporting and Analysis

Experience Highlights

DynCorp International LOGCAP IV Movement Control Coordinator Mid (Current

Position/Title)

. Coordinate, monitor, and control the movement of personnel,

equipment, and cargo by air, road, or water

. Prepare transportation movement documents and related forms

for type of shipments and modes of

travel to include follow-up or response to tracer actions

. Request and coordinate transportation assets to fulfill

movement requirements

. Document and inventory freight, cargo, and material shipments

of all types in accordance with

established standards

. Operate automated data terminal equipment to prepare movement

documentation or related

correspondence

. Effectively present information and respond to questions from

customers

. Perform office duties such as posting regulations, maintaining

files, and preparing office correspondence

DynCorp International LOGCAP IV Operations Data Analyst

. Operations Data Analyst: Submit Reports, record training, account for

personnel on the FOB, and submit personnel for R&R and for

transportation home

. Movement Control Coordinator Mid: Process documents/forms to ship

cargo from KAF to other FOBs in Afghanistan or to ship to the US.

Operations Chief - Transportation/Movement Control

. Manage a skilled technical team of personnel in all Logistics,

Transportation, Procurement, Scheduling, Materials and Management in

support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan - Two Deployments

. During OEF, helped train and mentor the ANA on subjects pertaining to

transportation, motor pool set ups and inducting trucks into

maintenance

. Manage fleet of equipment worth over twenty-million dollars

. Sustain 95% unit readiness - met required training, medical, dental and

personnel readiness

. Responsible for disciplinary procedures, awards and recognition for all

personnel within our company

. Responsible for the overall accountability of the Armory and all the

weapons and optics while in garrison or when deployed

Company Level Operations and Management

. Training, statistics and logistical operations

. Plan, organize and lead day to day activities of the company's

responsibilities

. Develop and implement plans of action to improve unit readiness

. As a Substance Abuse Officer, Provided counseling to over 700 Marines

on Substance Abuse. Performed drug tests and health and comfort

inspections with the Military Police in the Battalion's Barracks and

vehicles

. Developed and implemented plans throughout the battalion to ensure

Marines are aware of the effects of substance abuse

Marine Corps Drill Instructor

. Personally trained over 700 Marine Recruits during successful

completion of nine full recruit training cycles at MCRD San Diego. My

training resulted in myself having three honor platoons of the nine

platoons I trained

. Processed and separated Marine Corps recruits from recruit training if

found unqualified or for disciplinary actions

Mentor to the Afghanistan National Army in Afghanistan during OEF

(Embedded Partner Team-EPT)

. Updated the Commander and SgtMaj of Kandak 5 of the 215th Corps on all

training events and progress made daily along with my civilian counterpart

. Gave daily classes to the Afghanistan National Army on proper techniques

that are needed for the organization and procedures for running a motor

pool

. Trained the Afghanistan National Army to drive all tactical trucks and

equipment needed to use in convoys

. Issued licenses to Afghanistan National Army once they completed the

proper classes and driving needed

. Instructed the Afghanistan National Army on how to conduct 1st and 2nd

echelon maintenance on equipment and fix simple maintenance problems

. Gave period of instructions on how to induct equipment into the

maintenance cycle

. Responsible for conducting daily motor pool operations with Afghanistan

National Army doing work as we monitor how they performed

Professional History

2014-DynCorp International-Movement Control Coordinator Mid- Process

documents/forms to ship all types of cargo out of KAF and send to other

FOBs in theater. Also shipped cargo to the US. KANDAHAR AIR FIELD, KANDAHAR

2012-DynCorp International-Operations Data Analyst - FOB Spin Boldak,

Afghanistan

2007-2012 Operations Chief Logistics/Transportation and Company Gunnery

Sergeant - Camp Lejeune, NC

2006-2007 Substance Abuse Control Officer - Camp Lejeune, NC

2003-2006 Marine Corps Drill Instructor - MCRD San Diego, CA

1997-2003 Motor Transportation NCO - Camp Pendleton, CA

1993-1994 Infantry Squad Leader - Camp Pendleton, CA

1991-1993 Marine Security Forces - USS Abraham Lincoln

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Computer Skills

Microsoft Office (Word, Excel)

Reporting and analysis

Data Base Management

Education

American Military University

(Was attending online courses. Will continue when stateside)

Awards and Achievements

. Letter of Commendation (X2)

. Meritorious Mast (X4)

. Letter of Appreciation (X4)

. Meritorious Service Medal

. Certificate of Commendation (X3)

. Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (X2)

. Desert Storm Ribbon

. Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) Afghanistan (X2)



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