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Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22401, United States
Posted:
October 15, 2016

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Bruce Benedict

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Stafford, VA *****

Mobile: 888-***-****

acw2ht@r.postjobfree.com

SSN: XXX-XX-XXXX

CLEARANCE: TS/SCI, CI Scope Polygraph

JOB TITLE: INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH SPECIALIST

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: XXX-XXX-1234567-XX-XX

WORK EXPERIENCE

JUL 12 TO PRESENT

SENIOR ALL-SOURCE INTELLIGENCE OFFICER; Hours: 60 hours / week Employer: United States Army, xx Infantry Brigade Combat Team, xx Brigade Engineer Battalion Address: Building xx, Fort Benning, GA 31905

Supervisor: Mr. John Smith, acw2ht@r.postjobfree.com, (xxx) xxx-xxxx; Contact: Yes DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

KSA 1. KNOWLEDGE OF FEDERAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS. I am trained as the Antiterrorism (AT) and Force Protection (FP) Intelligence Officer within my organization, which requires research and analysis of terrorist acts (18 US Code Chapter 113), insider threat activities, espionage (under 18 US Code Chapter 37) and criminal activities under 18 US Code. I provide daily threat assessments, which considers issues such as insider threats and terrorists. KSA 2. SKILL IN THE USE OF INVESTIGATIVE/DETECTION TECHNIQUES. In accordance with Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 203, Analytical Standards, and DoD 5240.18, Counterintelligence Analysis and Production, I research and analyze all-source information and intelligence using M3 and INTELLINK for research and intelligence briefings. As well, I use DCGS-A, TIGR, PALANTIR, CPOF, M3, HOTR, CIA WIRE, and DAIIS to drive collection. KSA 3. ABILITY TO ANALYZE/EVALUATE INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION. I review, process, evaluate and analyze over 352 all-source intelligence reports and law enforcement / FBI reports that include threat assessments, intelligence information reports from a variety of sources and databases such as DCGS-A, TIGR, PALANTIR, CPOF, M3, HOTR, CIA WIRE, INTELLINK and DAIIS.

KSA 4. ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE ORALLY AND IN WRITING. As a primary staff officer, I briefed over 50 briefings to the senior command team within the organization. I also brief the Battalion clearance status of 750 personnel and 400 clearances, security inspections status, and intelligence training status. I drafted SOPs for the Bn on INFOSEC, Emergency Evacuation and Destruction of Classified Material, and Physical Security in accordance with AR 380-67, AR 380-5, AR 190-13, AR 190-11, AR 190-51, AR 380-10, AR 525-2, Program, Number 2000.12, AR 381-10. JUL 09 TO JUL 12

SENIOR ALL-SOURCE INTELLIGENCE OFFICER: Hours: 50 hours / week Employer: United States Army, xx Cavalry Regiment, xx Field Artillery Squadron Address: Building xx, Frankfurt, Germany, APO AE xxxxx Supervisor: COL Jim Smith, acw2ht@r.postjobfree.com, (xxx) xxx-xxxx; Contact: Yes DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

KSA 1. KNOWLEDGE OF FEDERAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS. While deployed, I was responsible for AT/FP of Forward Operating Base Walton, which included several hundred U.S. Army soldiers, contractors and civilians. I was responsible for working with CI Special Agents to screen for insider threats, supervising the security measures at the gates and along the perimeter (e.g. biometrics and physical barriers), and approving/disapproving CI packets and supervisor reports.

KSA 2. SKILL IN THE USE OF INVESTIGATIVE/DETECTION TECHNIQUES. N/A KSA 3. ABILITY TO ANALYZE/EVALUATE INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION. My most significant analytical assessment was my predictive analysis on enemy activity in Kandahar City leading up to the 2014 presidential elections. IAW ICD 203, Analytical Standards and DoD 5240.18, CI Analysis and Production, I researched and analyzed all source information and intelligence and wrote tactical, operational and strategic-level finished intelligence products. I spent a NOTE: Since the listings on USAJOBS

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Bruce Benedict

Job Title: INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH SPECIALIST

Job Announcement Number: XXX-XXX-1234567-XX-XX

Resume provided by Battlefield Resumes, LLC; acw2ht@r.postjobfree.com significant amount of time using Palantir and M3 for the enemy situation. Additionally, I am familiar with DCGS-A, TIGR, PALANTIR, CPOF, M3, HOTR, CIA WIRE, INTELLINK and DAIIS KSA 4. ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE ORALLY AND IN WRITING. I developed collection plans that were comprehensive, as we had a number of assets at our disposal. I developed over 200 daily INTSUMs and 30 weekly reports to at least 2 Regional Commands and CIA officers. I participated in inter-agency committees, making agreements and commitments in accordance with the commander’s intent. I wrote 30 weekly reports that my section published while in Kandahar City.

JUL 06 TO JUL 09

SENIOR INTELLIGENCE ANALYST; Hours: 60 hours / week Employer: United States Army, xx Cavalry Regiment, Headquarters and Headquarters Troop Address: Building xx, Camp Zama, Japan, APO AP 96338 Supervisor: MAJ Jeremy Smith, acw2ht@r.postjobfree.com, (xxx) xxx-xxxx; Contact: Yes DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

KSA 1. KNOWLEDGE OF FEDERAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS. I was the AT/FP Officer within my organization, which required research and analysis of terrorists IAW the UCMJ, 18 US Code Chapter 113, Chapter 37. KSA 2. SKILL IN THE USE OF INVESTIGATIVE/DETECTION TECHNIQUES. I used and am intimately familiar with DCGS-A, TIGR, PALANTIR, CPOF, M3, HOTR, CIA WIRE, INTELLINK, DAIIS. KSA 3. ABILITY TO ANALYZE/EVALUATE INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION. As a senior analyst during sustained

(24-hour) battlefield exercises, I analyzed reports in order to compile information and come to my own conclusions. I was responsible for a high volume and variety of reports and briefings. KSA 4. ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE ORALLY AND IN WRITING. I was the analyst and team leader responsible for intelligence pertaining to Europe and Africa. I briefed the Bde Cdr on a bi-weekly basis, during which I always presented enemy and threat information on my area. I producing bi-weekly briefings, for a total of at least 18 presentations and 36 written reports. I also completed a series of briefings for the Bde in preparation for various partnership events with NATO allies.

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I also served as the Senior Security Officer for the organization to supervise personnel, physical and information security programs, and to maintain equipment worth over $2M dollars. I was responsible for the management of the Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) and Top Secret clearances/indoctrinations. Regulations and policies that I adhered to were AR 380-5, AR 190-13, AR 380-67, AR 190-11, AR 190-51, AR 380-10, AR 525-2, and AR 381-10. EDUCATION:

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science UNIVERSITY: US Military Academy, West Point DATE GRADUATED: 21 May 2011 MAJOR: Foreign Language, Chinese JOB RELATED TRAINING:

Security Education Training and Awareness Fort Benning, GA 2014 Military Intelligence Basic Officer Leader Course Fort Huachuca, AZ 2011 LANGUAGES:

Chinese-Mandarin (DLPT) Listening 1 / Reading 1 2011 JOB RELATED SKILLS: Microsoft Office; DCGS-A, TIGR, PALANTIR, CPOF, M3, HOTR, and DAIIS. JOB RELATED CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES: N/A

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