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Intellgence, Armed Security Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 56985
Desired Job Location: ashleyprice, Rhode Island Date Posted: 1/13/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 00000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly motivated, diligent, and results-
focused professional, interested in
pursuing a challenging career in the
intelligence community, focusing on
management or intelligence and
operational planning. Equipped with
competency in supervising and conducting
information collection operations.
Possess strong capacity in developing
high-level briefs through the
application of intelligence collection,
analysis and interpretation combined
with planning and evaluating critical
intelligence information. Possess a Top
Secret Security Clearance.


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND HIGHLIGHTS

UNITED STATES ARMY (DEVENS, MA)
Human Intelligence Collector, Baghdad,
Iraq 2009-2011

- Provided incomparable assistance
in formulating informed decisions by
gathering and reporting accurate and
detailed information
- Applied best practices in
intelligence collection for Multi-
Function Team Six, Alpha Company, 325th
Military Intelligence Battalion, 67th
Battlefield Surveillance Brigade
- Rendered exemplary service in
administering more than 10 sources
located throughout eastern and southern
Baghdad as well as in answering
information requirements at all levels
- Collected valuable information
through facilitation of more than 40
source meetings on Joint Security
Station Loyalty; played a pivotal role
in the development of over 25
intelligence information reports that
met priority intelligence requirements
from the battalion level through the
United States Forces in Iraq
- Contributed in obtaining a well-
educated First Division force,
knowledgeable on proper actionable
intelligence collection, by employing
expertise in basic human intelligence
collection and reporting to train more
than 50 Iraqi First Federal Police
Division officers and shurta
- Led efforts in providing
necessary and valuable force multiplier
through delivery of advanced training to
30 officers and shurta on tactical site
exploitation and the value of evidence
collection
- Worked on extended hours in
exploiting evidence before it is
returned to Iraqi Force owners, along
with carrying out media exploitation on
more than 30 diverse pieces of media,
which included, but not limited to, hard
drives, laptops, and USB mass storage
devices
- Successfully completed
deployment service in Iraq and received
an honorable discharge

UNITED STATES ARMY (DEVENS, MA)
Military Police Officer, Baghdad, Iraq
2007-2008

- Delivered keen oversight to the
base defense operations, efficiently
executing tower duties, roving patrols,
and scanning radio traffic for military
compound in Baghdad
- Performed well as member of the
Emergency Reaction Team, closely
monitoring detainees for care, custody,
and control
- Rendered outstanding performance
in ensuring and maintaining security of
facility as well as during transport of
detainees from Detention center to re-
education compound
- Served as Night-watch
Administrator and Correctional Officer
in Interrogation Facility
- Proficiently processed all
received reports to guarantee zero loss
record with detainees
- Accomplished Level 1 OC Training
2007
- Contributed to the establishment
of Emergency Reaction Team


Education:
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Military Training

Battlefield Forensics Training (40-Hour)
~ UNITED STATES ARMY INTELLIGENCE CENTER
OF EXCELLENCE ~ 2010

Combat Lifesaver Course ~ NATIONAL GUARD
UNIT SCHOOL ~ 2007
- Enhanced First Aid Procedures
- First Aid for NBC -
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
- Preventive Measures against
Disease and Emergencies - Combat
Stress - Dressing Various Wounds
- Initiating an Intravenous
Infusion - Battle Fatigue
- Environmental Injuries
- Monitoring Respiration and Pulse

Diploma in Signal Support Systems
Specialist (625-Hour) ~ UNITED STATES
ARMY SIGNAL CENTER AND FORT GORDON ~
2006

Human Intelligence Collector ~ FORT
DEVENS, MA ~ 2009

Civilian Training

Deployable Forensics (80-Hour) ~
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CYBER
INVESTIGATIONS TRAINING ACADEMY ~ 2010

Advanced Networking (40-Hour) ~
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY ~ 2008

Basic Networking (40-Hour) ~ DEPARTMENT
OF THE ARMY ~ 2008


Affiliations:
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Skills:
CAREER-RELATED SKILLS

Source Management
Maps and Charts Analysis
Screenings and Debriefings
Data Gathering and Management
Document Translation and Exploitation
Security and Risk Management
Intelligence/Operational Reports
Tactical and Strategic Operations
Intelligence Preparation of the
Battlefield


Additional Information:
MILITARY AWARDS

- Iraq Campaign Medal with Two
Campaign Stars - National Defense
Service Medal
- Army Commendation Medal -
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
- Army Achievement Medal -
Armed Forces Reserve Medal with M Device
- Army Good Conduct Medal -
Overseas Service Ribbon (2nd Award)
- Army Service Ribbon


Reference:
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