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Program Manager for Multi-INT Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnai Resume

Desired Industry: Secretary/Admin. Assistant/Receptionist SpiderID: 78684
Desired Job Location: Virginia Beach, Virginia Date Posted: 1/22/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: September 1, 2017
Desired Wage: 75000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes

United States Navy
Naval Information Operations Command (NIOC), Joint Base Little Creek/Fort Story, Norfolk, VA
Electronic Warfare Department Head Aug 2014–Present
Leads operations for the Electronic Warfare department, consisting of 150 military, government, and contract employees across three diverse divisions in support of three mission areas to
execute the following:
Electronic warfare and cryptologic unit level training for fleet surface units
Intelligence analysis and production of electronic warfare threat and own force radar parametric data products supporting deployed operational forces, as well as, synthetic training systems
through the management of the Naval Information Operations Database (NIODB) and Naval Electronic Warfare Training (NEWT) Database
Installation, removal, and maintenance support for Cryptologic Carry On Program (CCOP) systems for all Atlantic Fleet assigned surface combatants
Manage more than $5M of equipment and operating funds in the execution of Navy Electronic Warfare and Cryptologic mission areas
Established a Weapons and Tactics Instructor (WTI) training and certification program for all Electronic Warfare Technical Guidance Unit (EWTGU) instructors, which enhanced the subject matter expertise and quality of tactical unit level training for afloat Electronic Warfare and Cryptologic watch teams; increasing the proficiency of fleet units by 13%
Formed a Joint NIOC Norfolk and National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) lab to provide Electronic Warfare and Cryptologic instructors and afloat watch teams with hands-on tactical unit level
training on National Technical Means (NTM) capabilities, which resulted in a 15% increase in the amount of NTM training provided to fleet units

United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) Systems Directorate (J6), Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, NE
Chief Automated Data Processing (ADP) Plans and Evaluations Jun 2011–Aug 2014
Directed branch operations for six military officers, government civilians, and contractors in planning, supervising, and conducting certification and accreditation risk management for the United
States Strategic Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) Systems Directorate
Implemented a new continuous monitoring program that supported the newly revised risk management guidance for Nuclear Command and Control (NC2) systems, which led to the establishment of 100% tracking on 27 critical NC2 systems’ cybersecurity risk mitigation status and security enhancement efforts, thus improving cybersecurity compliance and the security posture of critical USSTRATCOM programs
Supervised and guided a cross-organizational team in developing and carrying-out three high-priority Table Top Exercises that contributed to the development of the USSTRATCOM Joint Cyber Center

National Defense University (NDU), Fort McNair, Washington, DC
Graduate Student National War College May 2010–Jun 2011

Chief of Naval Operations Staff (OPNAV N2/6F23), Pentagon, Washington, DC
Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) and Information Warfare Requirements Officer Oct 2007–Apr 2010
Administered the existing and future program requirements to support manned Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) platforms and sensors
Handled an organizational budget and inventory of classified sensor systems totaling of over $15M
Worked with multiple DoD agencies and Defense Contractors in identifying, installing, and performing operational fielding of advanced quick reaction technologies on SP-3 aircraft in support of critical Global War on Terrorism intelligence collection requirements
Formed and sustained critical relationships while providing assistance to coordination efforts with numerous DoD, government agencies, and industry partners which resulted in the fielding and effective combat employment of 12 quick reaction technologies
Drove efforts between the OPNAV N2/6F23, OPNAV N88, NAVAIR, and the fleet in creating EPX and ISR Family of Systems (FOS) requirements

Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron Two (VQ-2), Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Oak Harbor, WA
Weapons and Tactics Department Head Jul 2005–Sep 2007
Directed department operations for 37 officers and enlisted personnel in establishing advanced EP-3 tactics, techniques, procedures, and technologies integration
Spearheaded the acquisition and installation of seven quick-reaction technologies onboard EP-3 aircraft amounting to a total of more than $1M
Successfully generated a 50% increase in tactical support products provided to deployed aircrews, achieving a 15% increase in squadron intelligence collection
Led a detachment of 35 aircrew, maintenance, and civilian support personnel during the initial operational deployment of the EP-3 JCC Spiral 1 aircraft in the Pacific Command (PACOM) Theater of operations, while developing new operational procedures and tactics to employ the new aircraft configuration. This laid the foundation for continued success in fielding the new capability as well as enabling further avionics systems development
Established “Warfighter Focused” fused intelligence products, enhancing the quality of combat intelligence provided to the warfighter

Mission Commander Mar 1999–May 2010 (responsibilities concurrent with listed squadron assignments)
Functioned as an EP-3 and SP-3 Mission Commander leading combat aircrews in the execution of over 120 ISR missions supporting National, Theater, and Joint/Fleet Commander intelligence
collection requirements
Completed more than 3300 carrier flight hours and over 1000 combat flight hours, performing ISR missions in Iraq, Afghanistan, Philippines, Columbia, Bosnia, Kosovo, as well as operations
across the Mediterranean and Western Pacific
Developed and implemented a Concept of Operations (CONOPS) for the employment of EP-3, P-3, and SH-60 standoff electro-optical imaging systems, enhancing battlegroup surveillance of
high interest naval facilities along the coast of the Former Republic of Yugoslavia

Early Career

United States Navy
Marine Corps University (MCU), Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia
Graduate Student Marine Corps Command & Staff College Aug 2004–Jun 2005

Special Projects Patrol Squadron Two (VPU-2), Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe, HI
Assistant Tactics Officer and Command Security Manager Sep 2002–Jul 2004
Led the development and oversight of creating an innovative computer based mission commander planning “tool box”, pre-deployment checklists, and operating procedures which enhanced
deploying aircrews pre-deployment preparations and operational mission planning
Developed and published a comprehensive detachment turnover checklist to guarantee compliance with the required accounting procedures, identification of essential equipment, and coordination of detachment turnover between deployed aircrews
Played an integral role in increasing the squadron readiness and tactical proficiency by establishing mission training scenarios which prepared deploying aircrews for real-world operations
Recognized in the ISR community for outstanding technical expertise, mission planning prowess, operational experience, aircraft systems knowledge, and tactical employment of Information
Operations (IO), Electronic Warfare (EW), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), and Radar Intelligence (RADINT) sensors

Training Squadron (VT-4), Naval Air Station Pensacola, Pensacola, FL
T-1A Standardization/Naval Aviation Training,Operational Standards Officer and
T-1A Aircraft and Flight Training Course Officer Dec 1999–Jul 2002
Consistently enhanced all facets of Instructor and Student Flight Training and Naval Aviation Training and Operational Standards (NATOPS) standardization
Effectively tracked all Squadron Naval Flight Officer (NFO) and Air Force Navigator instructor qualifications, resulting in 100 percent instructor currency, thus enabling Training Squadron Four (VT-4)
to be recognized by the Commander Naval Aviation Training Command (CNATRA) as having the best Standardization and NATOPS programs within the Training Wing
Received commendation as the most qualified T-1A Instructor in the squadron, earning the qualifications of T-1A NATOPS instructor, standardization/instructor under training instructor, flight school academic instructor, and crew resource management facilitator instructor

Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron Two (VQ-2), Naval Air Station Rota, Rota Spain
Naval Flight Officer (NFO) Training and Readiness Officer, Command Security Manager and
Aircrew Naval Aviation Training and Operational Standards (NATOPS) Jun 1996–Dec 1999
Accomplished the development and implementation of a 14 part in-depth mission trainer series, supported by a detailed student guide as well as a comprehensive 10 part flight evaluation
syllabus, supported by level of knowledge examinations
Provided oversight and managed aircrew composition for a total of 168 Pilots, Naval Flight Officers (NFO), and enlisted aircrewmen in the development of deployment schedules for 7 sets of
combat aircrews, consisting of 6 officers and 18 enlisted personnel
Achieved a 50% reduction in training times for NFO trainees, while improving tactical proficiency through the implementation of an innovative deployment rotation plan for NFO trainees
Directed the optimization of squadron security programs, developing and implementing a comprehensive plan of action and milestones (POA&M) addressing identified deficiencies, enhancing the administrative and physical security posture of the command
Led a team of three sailors in successfully streamlining administrative review processes for aircrew training jackets reducing review times by 10% while increasing content accuracy and
discrepancy tracking for more than 180 records in preparation for the squadron’s Fleet NATOPS inspection, which resulted in a 98% pass rate for the squadron, a 14% improvement over the
previous year’s evaluation

Master of Science in National Security Strategy, Joint Professional Military Education (Phase 2) and Strategic Planner (Qualification) 2011
National Defense University, Washington, DC

Joint Professional Military Education (Phase 1) and Operational Planner (Qualification) 2005
United States Marine Corps Command & Staff College, Quantico, VA

Electronic Warfare and SIGINT Weapons & Tactics Instructor (Qualification) 2002
Joint Advanced Tactical SIGINT Training Program, Fallon, NV

Electronic Warfare Officer (Qualification and Designation) 1996
Naval Aviation Electronic Warfare School, Pensacola FL

Naval Flight Officer (Qualification and Designation) 1996
Naval Flight School, Pensacola FL, San Antonio, TX

Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering 1994
Main Maritime Academy, Castine, ME

Areas of Expertise

Leadership | Program Management | ISR Operations and Intelligence Collection | Counterterrorism Operations
Mission Planning and Intelligence Analysis | Training Program Development and Instruction
Policy Development and Implementation | Regulatory Compliance | Interagency Collaboration |Security and Investigation

Additional Information:

Defense Meritorious Service Medal Aug 2014
Air Medal, Strike / Flight Awards Apr 1997 | May 1998 | Jun 1999 | Feb 2003 | Jul 2004
Meritorious Service Medal Jun 2010
Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal Jan 2002 | Jul 2004 | Oct 2007
Pensacola Lions Club Outstanding Flight Instructor of the Year for 2001 Nov 2001
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal Jun 1998 | Dec 1999
Flag Officer Letter of Commendation, Maritime Surveillance and Reconnaissance Forces US Sixth Fleet Sep 1996

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