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Team Leader Training

Jonesboro, Georgia, United States
11 per hour
October 08, 2016

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Monquarious Antonio Hunter

678-***-**** **** Ashwood Drive Riverdale G.A. 30274


•Secret Clearance with Secret Eligibility

•2+ years Management Experience & Training

•3+ years training and instruction to military, civilian and foreign populations

•2+years training on tactical innovations in different combat situations

•Equipped with the knowledge and training of various weapons from firearms to handheld weapons


Team Leader, Machine Gunner, Basic Infantryman

Jacksonville, NC Camp Lejeune March 2014- June 2016

Norfolk, VA Camp Allen July 2012-March 2014


•Endured over 100 training events in probing suspicious people along with trail patrolling and exposing illegal and hazardous situations including improvised explosive devices.

•Observed the local as well as foreign populations and surrounding areas for suspicious or questionable behavior in order to analyze potential threats or opportunities for escalating tension.

•Initiated surveillance of various terrains in order to demarcate the land structure for any anomalies.

•Underwent a 60 day qualification training event to identify, pursue, and arrest people suspected of committing illegal deeds.

•Challenged suspicious people by requesting identification and questioning the purpose of their visit.

•Regulated detailed searches for people as well as vehicles for illegal possessions such as weapons, drugs, as well as any other unseemly suspicions.

•Maintained expert knowledge of weapons including and trained others in the use of these weapons.

•Accomplished several tactical house clearing techniques with peers and higher authorities

•Organized security and route checkpoints to maintain order and composure.

•Took part in guarding nuclear rods for over 90 days.

•Maintained constant radio communication to prevent hazards during dangerous operation training event.

•Assigned to Quick Reaction Force dealing with riots and other hostile emergencies foreign and domestic.

•Accomplished a Combat Life Savers course over a 30 day period.


•Communicated verbally and in writing clearly and effectively.

•Understood instructions and properly communicated with others to get the tasks achieved.

•Educated peers on complex tasks such as the breakdown of components and malfunctions of different types of weapon systems including machine guns and small arms fire like the pistol.

•Created more efficient ways to multitask dealing with time sensitive issues.

•Maintained active listening of over 85 mission briefs to fully understand the objective.

•Conducted myself effectively by communicating in a diverse environment including working with multicultural populations and in unsettled environments as well.

•Counseled Marines to build trust and courage establishing cohesive relationships for a more effective unit.

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•Established inventory computation of gear worth over $500,000 by comparing them to physical counts and investigated inconsistencies.

•Distributed over 1500 weapons to personals with ZERO inventory inconsistencies.

•Marked vital supplies by labeling them with tools, stamps or tags.

•Recorded damaged or stolen merchandise equipment.

•Analyzed items to determine if equipment is suitable for wear or use.

•Loaded equipment supplies and other goods using either my hands, fork lifts or other simple machinery.

•Cleaned supply containers or goods with storage areas manually on a daily basis.


•Instructed over 50 military personnel individually as well as in groups on basic security guard fundamentals, techniques, and methods.

•Directed various teaching methods such as discussions, scenario playing, team exercises, and also demonstrations through Microsoft Power Point with over 45 peers and students.

•Improvised teaching methods depending on the audience’s understanding of different concepts of how they learned.

•Initiated exams and coursework to improve qualifications percentages.


•Remain alert for emergency frequencies to react to distress calls which dispatched react forces or equipment.

•Communicate with operators to exchange transmission directions.

•Schedule equipment inspections to ensure operators are fully functional.

•Configure operators pertaining to activating power, volume, modulation, and frequencies.

•Send, receive, and decode messages.

•Prior to installations examine and operate recent equipment to ensure performance.


Lance Corporal Leadership and Ethics Seminar, 2015

Corporals Course (Leadership Course), 2014

Basic Security Guard, 2013

Basic Infantryman, 2013

High School Diploma: Mundy’s Mill High School, Jonesboro, Georgia


•Letter of Appreciation for community service in Rota, Spain. Helped organize and participated in a charity event that hosted birthday parties for local children. 2015

•Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, 2014

•Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, 2013

•National Defense Service Medal, 2013

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