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Full-Motion Video Analyst - Operations Analyst - Intelligence Supervisor / Assis Resume

Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 58381
Desired Job Location: Evans Mills, New York Date Posted: 3/7/2012
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

Seasoned and relentless professional,
offering more than 20 years of broad-
based experience in military service, 12
years in communications, 5 years
operating Unmanned Aircraft, and 3 years
in Flight Operations/Battle Staff
supervision. Possess 15 years in
organizational management and unmatched
work ethic. Intelligent innovator with
flexibility and extensive operational
experience to adapt and overcome any

- Currently possess active Top
Secret-SCI Security Clearance.
- Bilingual in English and
- Operational Experience;
Operation Sea Signal, Operation Joint
Endeavor, Operation Joint Guard,
Operation Joint Forge, Operation Iraqi
Freedom, and Operation Enduring Freedom.
- Extremely resourceful in
generating impacting results for
personnel and organization.
- High-powered, innovative, and
exceptionally skilled leader, offering
immeasurable success in providing direct
intelligence support to the Global War
on Terror.
- Adept at utilizing full-motion
video (FMV) collected by sensors on ISR
platforms, applying human intelligence
(HUMINT) and signal intelligence
(SIGINT) information to FMV imagery
analysis, and using an electronic light
table to exploit national technical
means (NTM) imagery on softcopy.
- Skilled in geographical and
cultural aspects of foreign countries,
along with military capabilities and
weapon systems.
- Extremely capable of
multitasking in fiercely competitive and
fast-paced environments, with dedication
to superior service and operational


Fort Drum, NY, USA
Assistant S3 Operations Sergeant
Dec 2009–Present

Guided 17 soldiers in a Combat Aviation
Unit in preparation for deployment to
Afghanistan, meticulously tracking
personnel training, personal records,
and assigned equipment worth over
$1,000,000 dollars. Spearheaded 10 Equal
Opportunity Leaders to promote equality
and establish a discrimination free
environment through training and
awareness to approximately 400 soldiers;
fabricated Quarterly Statistical Reports
to higher command, within time
constraints; served as Battalion Unit
Victim Advocate, ensuring dissemination
of Sexual Assault Prevention training
from lowest to highest ranking; and
selected unit’s primary contact to
process sexual assault incidents.

Notable Achievements:
- Skillfully took on expanded
responsibilities as Assistant S3
Operations Sergeant, Flight Operations
Sergeant, Unit Movement Officer,
Battalion Equal Opportunity Leader, and
Battalion Unit Victim Advocate.
- Delivered swift support to
ground forces with attack aviation
assets during troops in contact or
indirect fire on coalition bases.
- Engineered more than 200
MEDEVACs (medical evacuations)
minimizing crew risks by analyzing
possible enemy situations in area of
- Supervised up to 300 deliberate
and hasty air assault missions through
ISR feeds, enabling accurate information
delivery to aerial support.
- Developed reports and
spreadsheets to track significant
events, as well as statistical data
pertaining to the unit’s performance
involving enemy kills, high-value
targets captured, improvised explosive
devices found, and usage of combat
supplies or logistics.
- Utilized ISR assets (unmanned
aircraft) video feeds to determine best
possible ways to exploit enemy
insurgency in area of operations;
crucial in providing sound decisions on
aerial tactical support of ground troops
or coalition bases.
- Provided timely warning of
potential threats for intelligence
purposes through the use of G-BOOS
(Ground Based Operational Surveillance
System) and BETTS-C (Base Expeditionary
Targeting and Surveillance Systems),
hindering enemy offensives with the use
of EO/IR sensors, flash, and acoustic
gunshot detectors, which provided clear
panoramic surveillance.
- Compiled intelligence data to
monitor enemy movement, and historical
origins of attack.
- Drafted Operation Orders to
recognize each company’s daily missions
within the battalion.

Rear Detachment Platoon Sergeant
Apr 2008–Dec 2009

Ensured new incoming personnel quickly
gained required training and processed
out to strengthen unit’s needs in Iraq.
Coordinated administrative, logistical,
and deployment requirements support.
Mentored and counseled Noncommissioned
Officers and Officers alike, as well as
DA civilians. Advised and informed
Commander of all soldiers and family
member issues.

Notable Achievements:
- Managed 30 soldiers in a Rear
Detachment Unit in support of a 300+
Task Force with arising issues for
deployed soldiers in Iraq and their
families back in the US.
- Responsible for over $500,000
worth of equipment, and the health and
welfare of 30 soldiers, while
maintaining company operations.
- Assigned as company instructor
to train-the-trainer in radio
communications, utilizing prior military
knowledge in communications and signal
- Coordinated flow of Emergency/
Regular Leave soldiers in and out of
theater, providing transportation,
housing, direction, and established
guidelines for re-deployment.
- Created and enforced strict
accountability measures of all
administrative actions, ensuring prompt
and reliable service for overall Task

BATTALION - Fort Huachuca, AZ, USA
Unmanned Aircraft Systems Training
Battalion (UASTB) Operations NCOIC
Mar 2007–Mar 2008

Obtained complete management of company
operations, and emplaced a flawless
processing system for school attendance,
personnel actions, legal actions, and
daily status reports for more than 350
students and permanent party soldiers.
Oversaw Sponsorship Program to
facilitate movement to new assignment,
and promote positive outlook on unit by
new incoming personnel. Supervised
unit’s Drug and Alcohol Program, and
processed through army-wide agencies,
promoting a drug-free environment.
Advised command of possible solutions
with Sexual Harassment and EO related
issues; created memorandums for record
of each incident; and fabricated
Quarterly Statistical Reports to higher
command within time constraints.

Notable Achievements:
- Skillfully took on expanded
responsibilities as UAS Operator,
Operations Sergeant, Company Platoon
Sergeant, Company EOL (Equal Opportunity
Leader), ASAP (Army Substance Abuse
Program) Coordinator, and Sponsorship
- Worked closely with outside
agencies, to include, identifying border
crossings by illegal aliens and drug
traffickers through full time video
imagery in support of the AZ Border
- Completed the Shadow and Warrior
Unmanned Aerial Systems course at Fort
- Selected as Operations Sergeant
over 20 senior NCO’s within the
- Presided over the Unmanned
Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Maintainer’s
course, managing more than 30 soldiers
with continuous attendance flow,
confirming accountability and completion
of course as maintainers for future
- Compiled up-to-date soldier
training requirements, daily status
reports, IET (Initial Entry Training)
and permanent soldier personal records,
legal actions, personnel actions, leave
requests, and awards.
- Developed SOP’s (Standard
Operating Procedures) and training
programs for subordinate personnel to
ensure technical competency and develop
future leaders.
- Accounted for equipment valued
in excess of $500,000, without any loss.
- Drafted Operation Orders to
recognize company’s daily missions.
- Conducted subordinate monthly/
quarterly counseling and evaluation
reports to identify strengths and
- Effectively reduced EO and
Sexual Harassment related issues through
quarterly training, facilitating
compliance of Army Regulation
- Drafted SIR’s (Serious Incident
Reports) and ensured distribution to
proper authority.

CAMP HOVEY - Camp Hovey, South Korea
Unmanned Aerial Systems Section
Supervisor Mar 2006–Mar 2007

Managed and mentored new incoming
soldiers by providing training on
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and
payload capabilities. Closely monitored
soldiers within the unit prior to their
end date of enlistment, to ensure career
security, and giving them ample time to
make decisions for future endeavors.
Managed unit’s Physical Fitness Program
as Master Fitness NCO to influence
soldiers with healthy lifestyles through
exercise and diet.

Notable Achievements:
- Appointed as Section Sergeant
for UAV platoon, unit Retention NCO, and
Master Fitness NCO.
- Guided 20 soldiers in ensuring
alignment of UAV operations, including
set-up, maintenance, and operation
within Demilitarized Zone between North
and South Korea; provided full-motion
video intelligence and reconnaissance.
- Revamped a non-existent
Retention Program, influencing 90% of
the eligible soldiers to reenlist.
- Achieved 100% APFT (Army
Physical Fitness Test) pass rate for all
soldiers enrolled in the program, which
was instrumental in complying with army
regulations to meet physical demands of
duties under combat conditions and
present a trim military appearance.


Unmanned Aerial Systems School - Ft
Huachuca, AZ 2005–2006
Transmission Systems Team/ Section
Supervisor (Communications) - United
States Army 1995–2005
Radio Operator/ Section Supervisor
(Communications) - United States Marine
Corps 1990–1994


Associate of General Studies: May 2012 -
Cochise College, Fort Huachuca, AZ, USA
Equal Opportunity Course - Unit Victim
Advocate Course - Unit Movement Officer
Course - Retention Course
Blue Force Tracker Course (BFT) -
Command Post of the Future Course
(CPOFP) - Battle Staff Course (Phase 1)
Communications and Electronics Course -
Flight Operations Course - UAV Course -
Primary Leadership Development Course
Advanced Leadership Course



Additional Information:

Combat Action Badge - Meritorious
Service Medal - Army Commendation Medal
(5) - Army Achievement Medal (3) - Navy
Achievement Medal - Army Good Conduct
Medal (5) - Marine Corps Good Conduct

Available upon request.

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