Arlington, VA 22204
Summary of Qualifications
Technically proficient United States Army Field Artillery Officer with over 7 years of experience on Active Duty. Personally responsible for maintaining 100% accountability of equipment valued in excess of $7,000,000. Also, responsible for the health, welfare, and training of a team of over 250 soldiers over the course of 7 years. Able to effectively take mission requirements from commanders and fulfill my assigned duties above and beyond any set standard; strong ability to exercise judgment to ensure that missions are accomplished while maintaining all legal, moral, and ethical standards.
Maintains a TOP SECRET/SCI clearance (awarded 02DEC2017) and has graduated from several advanced military schools, including the Joint Fires Observer course and the coveted Joint Firepower/Controller course located at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada. Adept in coordinating the combined use of artillery and mortar fire, as well as attack aviation including Apache attack helicopters and several Air Force and Navy jet fighter aircraft. Highly skilled at utilizing and coordinating all of the above weapon systems simultaneously to attack multiple enemy targets in support of maneuver elements on any battlefield. Maintains a deep knowledge in the principles of logistical support and procedures of working equipment in an office environment. Exceedingly proficient in Microsoft Suite to include Word, Power Point, Excel, Outlook, and Internet Explorer applications. Professional Experience
Brigade Assistant Fire Support Officer (Apr 2018 – Aug 2019) HHC, 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division Served as the Assistant Fire Support Officer of the 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade. Assisted the BDE FSO and fires cell in all fires planning and execution for the Brigade. Worked closely with other staff officers to ensure mutual understanding of all aspects of planning, preparation, execution, and assessment of all artillery tasks. Assisted in the development of robust operational plans to support the Brigade; developed a proposed High Priority Target List, target selection standards, and an attack guidance matrix; identified named and target areas of interest; coordinated the positioning of artillery assets providing information on the status of fires systems, target acquisition assets, and munitions. Assisted in the training of 10 personnel to perform all their functions, advising the commander and staff of available fires capabilities and limitations. Maintained a ready-to-deploy fires cell to support Brigade operations on a global scale.
Division Tactical Command Post Battle Captain (Apr 2017 – Apr 2018) HSC, HHBN, 2nd Infantry Division (Camp Casey, Korea) Served as the Division Tactical Command Post Battle Captain for the Deputy Commanding General of the 2nd Infantry Division. Responsibilities include the deployment of equipment and personnel during exercises and wartime activities, the integration of support elements to allow for consistent Mission Command capabilities, and the coordination and analysis of information from four subordinate Brigades to allow the Deputy Commanding General to make effective command decisions. Signed and responsible for equipment valued in excess of $2 million. Brigade Assistant Logistics Officer (May 2016 – Aug 2016) HHB, 101st Division Artillery, 101st Airborne Division Eric Woods
1712 12th Street South
Arlington, VA 22204
Served as the Assistant Brigade Logistics Officer for the 101st Division Artillery consisting of 3 attached field artillery battalions. Responsible for coordinating logistics operational data and reports, inspecting and evaluating the Command Supply Discipline Program, and reported all fuel and water consumption and accountability. Served as the principal adviser for excess equipment turn-in and managed the consolidation, turn in, and issue of over $55 million worth of vehicles and equipment.
Platoon Leader (Oct 2015 - May 2016)
Bravo Battery, 2-32nd Field Artillery, 101st Airborne Division Served as the Platoon Leader for a 43-Soldier M119A3 howitzer platoon. Directly responsible for the establishment and maintaining of firing capability, supervising the displacement, movement, and occupation of the platoon. Prepared to assume the role and duties of the Fire Direction Officer at any time to facilitate 24 hour combat operations. Verified all positions of howitzer platoons which allowed for the safe and accurate delivery of artillery fire. Supervised hasty survey operations, ammunition and logistics management, and security during all platoon operations. Directly signed and responsible for 8 vehicles and additional equipment valued in excess of $2.5 million. Fire Direction Officer (Technical Expert) (May 2014 – Oct 2015) Bravo Battery, 2-32nd Field Artillery, 101st Airborne Division Served as the Platoon Fire Direction Officer assigned to an Air Assault Artillery Battery. Responsible for the training and supervision of all Fire Direction Center personnel. Supervises the establishment, verification, and maintenance of the Platoon computer database, ensuring that all reports are received, recorded, and processed, as required by the unit tactical standard operating procedure. Responsible for the calculation of data allowing for accurate artillery fire in excess of 12,000 meters. Also familiar with the duties of the platoon leader, since there is a possibility to be called upon to assume these duties in addition to those of the Fire Direction Officer. Fire Support Officer (May 2013 – May 2014)
Alpha Company, 2-327th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division Served as a Company Fire Support Officer assigned to an Air Assault Infantry Company. Advised the Infantry commander on the capabilities and limitations of all joint fires in support of combat operations. Responsible for the integration of all fire support assets into the operational plan to include artillery, mortars, attack aviation, and close air support. Integrates fire support assets into the operational plan by developing fire support plans, target list worksheets, fire support execution matrices, and fire support overlays. Manages Information Operations and synchronizes targeting at the company level. Responsible for the management, training, certification, personal and professional development of a 10 Soldier Fire Support Team and all associated equipment. Education
Graduate of Texas A&M University – College Station, TX August 2012 Bachelor of Science in Sociology
Graduate of the Field Artillery Basic Officer Leaders Course Fort Sill, OK April 2013
Graduate of the Field Artillery Captains Career Course Fort Sill, OK April 2017
Graduate of the Anti-Terrorism Officer Basic Course Fort Stewart, GA June 2018