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Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 62983
Desired Job Location: Fort Campbell, Kentucky Date Posted: 8/9/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 40000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly reliable, committed, and
versatile security professional with
more than 10 years of experience in and
training from the US Army, Navy, and Air
Force on security, flight operations,
and dispatching; backed with educational
background in criminal justice and
organizational security and management.
Possess Top Secret Clearance in the Navy
and Secret Clearance in the Army.
Accustomed to working within stressful
and challenging work environments,
having been deployed multiple times to
Iraq and Afghanistan.

- Equipped with special operation
techniques and proficiency in handling
numerous weapons, including M4, 9MM,
240B, and M249.
- Known for professionalism and
determination to accomplish missions
efficiently; able to execute tasks
efficiently with keen attention to
detail.
- Possess strong leadership,
communication, and organizational
skills; able to deal effectively with
diverse individuals, including those who
are physically and mentally challenged.
- Adapt quickly to new systems and
methods, utilizing sound decision-making
skills in executing critical decisions
under pressure.
- Proficient in basic computer
skills as needed in flight operations.


Experience:
RELEVANT EXPERIENCE

UNITED STATES ARMY - 2005–PRESENT
Sergeant, MOS 15P Flight Operations
Ft Campbell, KY (2009–Present) |
Katterbach, Germany (2009) |
Giebelstadt, Germany (2005–2009)
Assume full accountability for 10
soldiers, providing leadership,
counseling, and necessary support to
ensure that assigned tasks and missions
are completed on time; helping maintain
operations that support one of the
largest fleets of aircraft in the world.
Serve as the training sergeant for
headquarters and headquarters’ company
5th battalion; supporting day to day
operations of the training room, helping
out in tracking of weapons
qualification, APFT, and deployment
preparations.
- Consistently achieved safe and
efficient operations throughout tenure
by maintaining high level of accuracy in
handling and preparing flight
information for air and ground crews.
- Supervised scheduling and
dispatching of tactical aircraft
missions; closely monitored aircraft
(helicopter) from deployment until
arrival.
- Validated accuracy of flight
plans and maintained vigilance for
emergencies or overdue flights, working
in close collaboration with proper
agencies.
- Provided direction and
instruction to subordinates on proper
work techniques and procedures in
maintaining flight records and
functional files and those needed for
reporting flight violations.
15P Aviation Operations Specialist
Al Asad, Iraq (2009–2010) | Bagram,
Afghanistan (2005–2006)
- Kept track of helicopters while
out on a mission, monitoring the crews,
as well as radios and telephones for
calls on injured patients that needed to
be taken to a hospital.
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE - 2004
Police Officer, Security Forces (Air
Force Reserve) Training
Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX (2003–
2004) | Grissom AFB, Peru, IN (Home
Stationed)
- Gained extensive training as a
military police, became proficient in
handling M4, 9MM, 240B, and M249.
- Maintained good relations in
working with others; passed all tests
while staying physically fit.
UNITED STATES NAVY - 1992–1996
Radioman, USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT (CVN
71), Newport News (1992–1996)
- Deployed twice on a six-month
basis in 1993 and 1995, including being
aboard the ship that bombed Bosnia in
1995 to end the Cold War; received
Honorable Discharge upon completion of
service.
- Managed message traffic,
coordinating undisrupted and on-time
transfer of information with other
ships.



OTHER EXPERIENCE

Care Provider | ADEC INC., Bristol, IN
(2002–2004) - Care Provider |
ALTERNATIVE LIFESTYLE, West Lagrange, IN
(2001–2002) - Press Operator,
Automotive Parts| MULTIPLEX (CLOSED),
Sturgis, MI (2000–2001) -
Painting/Asbestos Removal (Seasonal
Work) | G.C. ZARNAS & COMPANY, INC.,
Portage, IN (1997–1999)


Education:
EDUCATION

Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational
Security and Management: In Progress
(Expected Date of Completion: Month
Year) - UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX, Phoenix,
AZ | (Current GPA: 3.5/4.0)
Coursework in Criminal Justice: 2003 -
GLEN OAKS COMMUNITY COLLEGE,
Centreville, MI | Member, Phi Theta
Kappa (GPA: 3.5/4.0)


Affiliations:
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Skills:
Core Competencies

Work well under pressure
Integrity and Reliability in Dealing
with Confidential Information
Precise Work Ethic
Handling Challenging Tasks with minimum
supervision
Improvement Initiatives
Team Building, Training and Mentoring


Additional Information:
MILITARY AWARDS

(3) Good Conduct Medals: One Navy and
Two Army - Sergeant Promotion -
Sharpshooter Badge, US Army - Navy
Achievement Medal, Army Achievement
Medal


Reference:
Available upon request.


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