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Assistant Professor of Military Science

Columbus, GA
January 14, 2020

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Columbus, GA 706-***-****


Executive with over 20 years of leadership experience enlisted and intelligence officer influencing people, managing resources and achieving organizational objectives as an Army officer. I understand people make the organization and are the instrument of growth. My passion is the growth of people, the organization and our community. I am ready to lead and follow focusing on safety, management, reducing cost and building community relations. Available March 2020 for a new challenging experience.

• Leadership

• Strategic planning

• Social Orientation


•Oral Communication

•Analytical skills

•Master Reliance

•Interpersonal Skills

•Top Secret Clearance


Instructor & Communication, Flexibility & Diversity

•Manage the operation of communications, detection, and weapons systems essential for controlling air, ground, and naval operations in the closer of joint operation base Balad, Iraq over 350 miles

•Managing critical communication links between air, naval, and ground forces; formulating and implementing emergency plans for natural and wartime disasters; coordinating emergency response teams and agencies; evaluating command center information and need for high-level military on Forward Operation Base Shank Afghanistan and five satellite bases

•Government reporting; managing the operation of surveillance and detection systems; providing technical information and advice on capabilities and operational readiness; and directing operation of weapons targeting, firing, removing enemy disruption in the battlespace by 45%

Human Resources/Organizational Change

•Planned, trained and coordinated infantry training for field artillery battalion preparing to deploy to Iraq at joint base Balad resulting in zero casualties

•Forged complex managerial, financial audits, and special assignments to assess program efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance with laws and regulations in transferring three arms room on Fort Hood military instillation worth over $3 million dollars

•Enhanced influence over the area the size of Rhode Island for brigade's personnel readiness management, personnel accounting and strength reporting, by planning, coordinating and executing the building of helicopter airfield for Afghan forces

•Coordinated the staff to support a 200 person organization; providing direct leadership to personnel, maintenance, logistics and synchronized the activities of 7 training elements across the Battalion reducing sexual harassment and assault with Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) program

•Built community relationship by providing $10,000 training in sexual assault and harassment to college professors, Army supervisors, and local police in San Angelo Texas

Resource Management/Stewardship

•Commanded a 650 person company responsible for the health, welfare, morale, training, and mission execution of the organization which led in fiscal capabilities and accountability of over $300,000,000 in transactions without loss

•Reduce attrition rate by 5% of Advanced Initial Training Soldiers by retraining instructors on new standards, physical training, and mental health of Soldiers

•Trained Afghan forces to conduct analysis the battlefield on Southwest Afghanistan reducing attack on transportation by 25% during summer campaign

•Strategized, coordinated, and executed all logistical, training and safety requirements for an Afghan and US persons managing all logistic operations, maintained property accountability of over $6,000,000 of equipment

•Coordinated intelligence sharing between Afghan police, military, and US forces in five forward operating bases within a war zone allowing commanders to procure equipment, services, and technology improving morale and drastically reducing casualties by 40%


•Volunteered over 100 hours for Habitat for Humanity building one home and serving on the board of directors to select families for new homes


•Taught and recruited over 150 freshmen at South Carolina State University on their performance to balance and integrate the requirements of the physical, military, academic, and moral- ethical programs

•Coached three Afghan military leaders in formal and informal military operation of over 500 Soldiers in high risk environment for 10 months

•Directed the efforts of 4 directors and 16 subordinate managers through an active professional development program, emphasizing coaching, counseling, and mentoring which resulted retaining 50% of new Cadets

•Instructed over 1,000 Soldiers assigned to parachutes operation with 0% injuries over a four-year period (Airborne Instructor)

•Instructed over 500 soldiers assigned as parachute inspectors with 0% deficiencies in a high-risk environment (Jumpmaster Instructor)

•Director of Emergency Services for safety awardee for arms room safety valued at over $1.2 million transfer across Fort Hood military instillation


Military Intelligence Officer (all source), United States Army, 2008-current

Assistant Professor of Military Science June 2017 – Present

Assistant Plans Officer April 2017-June 2017

Battalion Plans Officer November 2016- April 2017

Company Commander July 2015- November 2016 (Knowlton Award )

Security Forces and Advisors January 2013 – October 2013

Assistant Security Officer May 2011- November 2013

Tactical Intelligence Officer November 2009- May 2011

Airborne / Jumpmaster Instructor / Writer 2003-2008

Supervisor Infantry Team/Squad Leader 1995-2003

Developing policies and procedures to ensure information systems reliability and accessibility and to prevent and defend against unauthorized access to systems, networks, and data for 3-82 FA winning DES award for arms room security 2009

Conducting risk and vulnerability assessments of planned and installed information systems to identify vulnerabilities, risks, and protection needed to prepare route analysis in Iraq reducing attacks on friendly forces by 30%

Conducting systems security evaluations, audits, and reviews wrote security standard operation procedures for 1-8 Infantry reducing loss of equipment

Participating in network and systems design to ensure implementation of appropriate systems security policies maintain security for two SCIFs at Goodfellow AFB without spillage

Assessing security events to determine impact and implementing corrective actions worked with local law enforcement to prevent sexual assault against Soldier, students and civilians


Master of Science, Administration of Justice and Security, University of Phoenix, 2012 GPA: 3.8

Common Faculty Development – Instructor Course 2018

Master Educator Course University of Louisville 2018

Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice Administration, University of Phoenix, 2008 GPA: 3.6

Observer Controller Training, Fort Irwin 2011

Basic Antiterrorism Officer, Fort Hood 2012

United States Central Command Foreign Disclosure Officer, Andrews Air Force Base, 2011

Clubs/Activities: South Carolina State University Reserve Officer Training Corps Assistant Professor of Military Science; Knowlton Award winner for significant contribution to promote Military Intelligence.


•National Infantry Association

•Military Intelligence Corps Association

•82ND Airborne Association

•National Society of Leadership and Success


Platoon Training Officer for Cadet Summer Training Rotation Fort Knox, KY 2018 and 2019

Master Education Course Louisville University, KY 2018

Master Reliance Course Fort Jackson, SC 2017

Primary Leadership Development Course Grafenwoehr, Germany 2000

Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course Fort Benning, GA 2003

Unit Prevention Leader Fort Jackson, SC 2017

Combat Lifesaver Fort Bragg, NC 1996

Basic Instructor Course Fort Knox, KY 2018

Military Intelligence Basic Officer Leaders Course Fort Huachuca, AZ 2009

Military Captain Career Course Fort Huachuca, AZ 2014

Company Commanders Course Fort Jackson, SC 2014

Observer Controller Training Fort Irwin, CA 2012

Brigade Combat Team Course Fort Huachuca, AZ 2010

Antiterrorism Officer Basic Course Fort Hood, TX 2011

United States Central Command Foreign Disclosure Officer St. Petersburg, FL 2011

Proficient: Microsoft office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, government credit card holder

Security Clearance 1996-2008, Top Secret Security Clearance since 2008 -present

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