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Intelligence Officer Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 58310
Desired Job Location: Sierra Vista, Arizona Date Posted: 3/5/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 80000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Seasoned, diligent, and proactive
Security Specialist, with remarkable
experience in identifying critical
areas, initiating immediate
improvements, and ensuring compliance
with specific policies

and regulations. Successfully completed
the 35F HUMINT/CI Management Officer
Program. Expert at solving critical
problems and making sound decisions,
combined with the ability to develop and

implement effective action plans.
Globally experienced officer with broad
exposure to various organizations
throughout South Korea, Iraq, and
Afghanistan. Recognized for superior
performance in all

facets of Military Intelligence as well
as for in-depth knowledge of all key
tasks associated with management of
Counterintelligence Investigations,
Source Operations, Detainee
Interrogation

Operations, and relevant positions.
Currently holds Top Secret Security
Clearance.


Experience:
BATTALION S2 ~ Regional Command East,
Laghman, Afghanistan
Officer-In-Charge (OIC) Nov 2011–Present

Effectively convey intelligence to
commanders and other users within time
constraints. Assume full accountability
in the intelligence preparation of the
battlefield (IPB). Formulate
recommendations

on unit area of interest; and work
closely with staff in defining unit
battle space. Assess and address any
threats, including doctrine, order of
battle factors, high-value targets
(HVTs),

capabilities, and weaknesses. Identify
and track the enemies’ most probable and
dangerous courses of action as well as
key events. Take charge in integrating
staff input to IPB products for

effective staff planning, decision
making, and targeting. Categorize map
requirements as well as carry out
acquisition and distribution of map and
terrain products in partnership with S3
(ENCOORD).

Perform as a counterintelligence liaison
for security and force protection, while
executing counterintelligence force
protection source operations. Analyze
all physical security vulnerabilities to

assist S3. Compile all security checks
for local personnel.

Career Highlights:

- Masterfully demonstrated and
discussed the effects of battlefield
environment on friendly and enemy
capabilities
- Provided expert oversight in
administering processing materials taken
from EPWs and civilian internees, in
collaboration with the S3/PM for
intelligence purposes
- Conducted thorough analysis on
collected information to construct all-
source intelligence that provided
responses to the commander’s priority
intelligence requirements and
information

requirements (IR), including
battle damage assessments (BDAs)
- Utilized enemy intelligence
collection capabilities, such as human
intelligence (HUMINT), signals
intelligence (SIGINT), and imagery
intelligence (IMINT) and established
countermeasures

against Foreign Intelligence
Services (FIS)
- Executed comprehensive
assessments on enemy intelligence
capabilities as well as the possible
effects in OPSEC, counter-surveillance,
signals security (SIGSEC), security
operations,

deceptions planning,
psychological operations (PSYOP), rear
area operations, and force protection
- Conceptualized, developed, and
implemented command intelligence
training plans while incorporating
intelligence, counterintelligence,
operational security, enemy
(organization, equipment,

and operations), and
intelligence preparation of the
battlefield considerations into other
training plans

FEDERAL POLICE TRANSITION TEAM (FPTT) ~
Baghdad, Iraq
Assistant Team Chief May 2009–Jul
2010

Fulfilled expanded responsibility as
staff and maneuver advisor to an 11-
member division-level Iraqi Federal
Police Transition Team (FPTT). Dealt
with advising and mentoring of 4th
Division Iraqi

Federal Police leadership in preparation
for combat operations.

Career Highlight:

- Led the execution of coalition
forces with leadership assessments of
Iraqi capabilities and limitations and
assistance to transitioning operations
to full Iraqi control

UNITED NATIONS COMMAND MILITARY
ARMISTICE COMMISSION (UNCMAC)
Yongsan/Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), South
Korea

Officer-in-Charge (OIC) Jun 2008–Apr
2009

Provided expert oversight to the
Transportation Corridor East in a remote
location on the demilitarized zone which
separates South and North Korea.
Administered and streamlined traveling
process of

more than 1,500 persons and 100 trucks
that transport food and building
supplies to and from North Korea.

Career Highlight:

- Fostered open communication for
UNCMAC, which required frequent meetings
and key leader engagements with Corps-,
Division-, and Brigade-level South
Korean Army leadership

TANGO Security Force ~ Yongsan, South
Korea

Infantry Company Executive Officer (XO)
/ Platoon Leader Mar 2007–May
2008

Directed a separate bi-national light
infantry company with 42 US Soldiers, 56
KATUSA (Korean Augmented to the US Army)
soldiers, and 1 ROKA SGM (Republic of
Korea Army). Performed well in handling

logistics, training, and maintenance
support for the company. Rendered hands-
on supervision to company’s commodity
areas, such as Arms Room, NBC Room,
communications, supply and Operations
Room.

Career Highlights:

- Ensured full armistice security
and wartime defense of TANGO (Theater,
Air, Naval, Ground Operations) Command
Post for the Combatant Commander,
UNC/CFC/USFK, as well as with more than
2,400

troops and civilians of the
Combined Battle Staff
- Played multifaceted roles such
as motor officer, maintenance officer,
and food service officer
- Efficiently functioned as an
installation manager of a $1B remote
site by managing the training area and
facility management; while assuming
responsibilities of the Commander during
his

absence


Education:
BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN KINESIOLOGY (SPORTS
AND EXERCISE SCIENCE), MINOR IN THE
GERMAN: 2005
University of Northern Colorado ~
Greeley, CO, USA

ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE AND EARLY
COMMISSIONING PROGRAM: 2001
New Mexico Military Institute ~ Roswell,
NM, USA

Sports an Exercise Internship, Berlin,
Germany: 2004–2005


Affiliations:
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Skills:
- General and Operational
Management
- Force Protection
- Security Operations
- Team Building and Enhancement
- Source Operations (HUMINT)
- Detainee Operations
- Information Collection and
Analysis
- Regulatory Compliance
- Investigative Techniques
- Emergency Response and Special
Weapons


Additional Information:
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Infantry Officer Basic Course ~ Airborne
School
Military Intelligence Captains Career
Course
Counterintelligence (CI)/Human
Intelligence (HUMINT) Management Course
Source Operations Course (SOC) ~ Joint
Interrogation Management Course
Joint HUMINT Officer Course



CREDENTIALS

Licensed Skydiver, Level D ~ Registered
SCUBA Diver




AWARDS AND HONORS

Bronze Star Medal ~ Joint Service
Commendation Medal ~ Army Commendation
Medal

National Defense Service Medal ~
Afghanistan Campaign Medal ~ Iraq
Campaign Medal

Global War On Terrorism ~ Korea Defense
Service Medal ~ Army Service Ribbon

Parachutist Badge ~ Expert Infantryman
Badge



TECHNICAL SKILLS

Technically proficient in CIDNE
(Combined Information Data Network
Exchange), DSOMS (Defense Source
Operations Management System), CPOF
(Command Post of the Future), FBCB2
(Force XXI Battle Command

Brigade and Below), ArcMap, and
Microsoft Office Suite.


Reference:
Available upon request.


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