Resume Military Experience

People who are in or discharged from the military bring with them a unique set of job skills and work ethic to a position. Employers are interested in knowing what positions or duties you held in the military as well as what kind of discharge you received.


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Accounting

Electronics Technician (13 April 2009 - 12 April 2014)
  • United States Marine Corps, Camp Pendleton, CA USA
  • Experienced team leader
  • Capable of performing team building exercises to improve individual contributions
  • Calibrate and modify equipment to factory designated specifications
  • Troubleshoot complex problems utilizing documents, resources, and manuals
  • Repair equipment to the individual component level
  • Experienced in soldering
  • Able to track and counsel employees on individual performance
  • Experienced in ORACLE based software systems
  • Attention to detail when publishing official documents
  • Able to research, implement, draft, and improve company policies

Aerospace Engineer

Airman ( October 23, 2012 - Present)
  • Wisconsin Air National Guard, Volk Field, WI USA
  • Radio Frequency Transmission System Technician.

Banking

Supply Administrative Clerk ( 01/2007 - 02/2011)
  • Supply Battalion, Camp Lejeune, NC US
  • Maintain and prepare necessary accounting and supply documents
  • Leader of Junior Marines
  • Duties in retail and wholesale supply accounting within every Marine Corps activity and unit
  • Operate personal computers
  • Multimedia data entry
  • Scanning and retrieval systems functions
  • Generated routine reports
  • Perform technical research functions for customer inquiries
  • Requisition and procurement processing

Bookkeeper

Medical Material/Logistics (August 2003 - March 2007)
  • United States Air Force, Barksdale Air Force Base , Louisiana United States
  • Ordering, receiving and distributing of medical supplies within a military medical facility.

Chemist

ROTC Cadet (August 2011 - Present)
  • Bay State Battalion - WPI Army ROTC, Worcester, MA USA
  • Preparation for officership in the US Army through physical training, weekly classes and labs, and Field Training.

Civil Engineer

Cadet (2012 - 2016)
  • Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia USA
  • Matriculated with the Rat Mass of 2013+3 in August of 2012. Went through "Hell Week" for nine days where training was intense for 17 hours a day. Completed the grueling "Rat Line" for 6 months where we were tested both mentally and physically every day while having x credit hours. Finished the Rat Line February 1st, 2013 where already roughly 25% of our class had left the institute.
  • Air Force Junior ROTC at Randolph Macon Academy for 4 years.
  • Air Force ROTC at Virginia Military Institute for 1 year.

College and University

Chaplain Assistant (10/05/2010 - present )
  • Army Reserve, Green Bay , WI United States
  • I serve in the reserve component of the Army as a chaplain assistant. The duties of this job include personnel security, managerial responsibilities, mission coordination and support, soldier support, and general assistance to the chaplain.

Dental Hygienist

Healthcare Trauma Specialist (December 2008 - Present)
  • Missouri Army National Guard, Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri United States
  • First line medical support for soldiers. Manage emergency medical situations until next tier treatment can be performed. Trained to administer vaccinations in efforts to keep the unit soldier records current.

Electrical and Electronic Engineer

Fire Controlman (Mar 2008 - Mar 2013)
  • United States Navy, Jacksonville, FL
  • While stationed aboard USS Gettysburg I maintained, troubleshot, repaired, and operated the MK 86 Gun Fire Control System and MK 38 MOD 2 machine gun system. As a second class petty officer and work center supervisor, I supervised and trained a group of 5 technicians in the daily maintenance and operation of the MK 86 system.

Legal Assistant

Cryptologic Language Analyst (2008 - 2013)
  • United States Air Force, Dallas, Texas
  • Served in Osan, South Korea as a Korean Linguist.
Intelligence Analyst (2012 - 2013)
  • National Security Agency, Ft. Meade, Maryland
  • Worked with the collection, analysis, and reporting of highly classified communications intelligence.

Manufacturing and Production

Unit Supply Specialist (06-2011 - current)
  • National Guard, Gary, Indiana U.S.
  • Graduated Basic & AIT training in 2013.

Mechanical Engineer

Combat Engineer (11/21/2008 - Present)
  • United States Army National Guard, Manhattan Beach, California United States of America
  • Currently serving as a Combat Engineer in the United States Army National Guard at Headquarters 578th Engineer Battalion located in Manhattan Beach, CA.
  • I am an E-4/Specialist (E-5/Sergeant promotable).

Museums and Galleries

Specialist (2002 - 2012)
  • United States Army National Guard, Rio Rancho, NM USA
  • Generator mechanic, petroleum supply specialist. Performed computer and clerical tasks. Repaired mechanical equipment and basic computer repairs. Acted as squad leader. Experience leading small groups.

Nurses

Customs and Border Protection Agent (October 2012 - June 2013)
  • United States Army Reserve, Manas Transit Center, Bishkek Kyrgyzstan
  • Protected the United States of America, its soldiers and employees from hazardous materials and contraband. Personally inspected over 10,000 bags to ensure compliance of customs regulations. Lead a team of two agents ensuring their knowledge of customs regulations, physical readiness, and general well-being. Briefed 6,500 soldiers on policies and prohibited items.
Health Care Specialist (June 2006 - March 2010)
  • United States Army, Fort Campbell, KY USA
  • Screened Patients in a clinical setting. Took vital sign measurements, entered information into clinical software, and assisted PA's and MD's office procedures. Served as a Combat Medic in Bagram Afghanistan from March 2008 to May 2009. Personally took part of 350 patrols. Provided medical treatment to soldiers outside of the base.

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Administrative Assistant

Human Resource Specialist (01-13-2014 - 03-23-2015)
  • US Army, Fort Carson, CO US
  • Assist on all human resource support matters
  • Oversight of all strength management and strength distribution actions
  • Responsible for the readiness, health and welfare of all Soldiers.
  • Postal and personnel accountability support
  • Maintain emergency notification data
  • Answered customer queries in person, by telephone and via e-mail messages.
  • Trained new hires.
  • Distributed mail and internal correspondence.
  • Created and maintained new filing systems.
  • Supported sales department head and directed reports for the team selling.
  • Organized Director's calendars, travel arrangements, meetings, and events;
  • Tracked and maintained office assets, managed expense reports, and ordered supplies.
  • Assisted technical teams in revenue tracking data entry and provided marketing support.
  • Provided administrative support for the management team, project managers, marketing and sales department, and human resources department.
  • Customer billing, setup of new jobs and maintenance of current inventory pricing.
  • Internal Audits.
  • Greeted and directed professional visits.
  • Used MS Access database software to keep records of clients, invoices, payments and cancellations.

Call Center

88M Motor Transportation (2006 - 2009)
  • Foxtrot, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri USA
  • Motor transport operators are primarily responsible for supervising or operating wheel vehicles to transport personnel and cargo. They are the backbone of the Army's support and sustainment structure, providing advanced mobility on and off the battlefield
  • Operate all wheel vehicles and equipment over varied terrain and roadways
  • Manage load, unload, and safety of personnel being transported
  • Oversee and check proper loading and unloading of cargo on vehicles and trailers
  • Employ convoy defense techniques
  • Identify, correct or report all vehicle deficiencies
  • Prepare vehicle for movement/shipment by air, rail or vessel
  • Operate all trailers and tractors

Green Jobs: Conservation

92Y Unit Supply Specialist (November 2009 - July 2011)
  • 747 MP Co, Ware, MA United States
  • Performed duties involving request, receipt, storage, issue, accountability, and preservation of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment. Prepared unit supply documents and familiar with PBUSE. Issued and received small arms. Secured weapons and ammunition in security areas. Performed preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.
92W Water Purification Specialist (July 2011 - September 2012)
  • 125th QM Co, Worcester , MA United States
  • Set up, operated and maintained water treatment equipment. Assisted in water reconnaissance and site preparation. Performed water quality analysis testing for the presence of disease, germs or other conditions hazardous to health and the environment. Assisted with storage and distribution operations and activities. Trained in Combat Lifesaver Course during my time with the unit.

Customer Service Representative

Ground Radio Technician (2005 - 2008)
  • Air Force, Great Falls, Montana USA
  • I served in the Air force for 3 years as a Ground Radio communications airmen. I maintained the communication equipment in the missile fields.

Electrical and Electronic Engineer

Journeyman F-15 Avionics Technician (January 2006 - January 2010)
  • United States Air Force, Tyndall AFB, Florida United States
  • Isolated malfunctions and repaired A-10, F-15, and U-2 integrated avionics systems at organizational levels.
  • Inspected, serviced, and performed general aircraft handling procedures.
  • Supervised the security of million of sensitive equipment with zero loss and zero compromised.
  • Provided leadership, instruction, and supervision for 10 personnel – efforts led to 20% increase in on-the-job training efficiency.
  • Graduated top of class for Communication, Navigation, and Penetration Aids systems for F-15 aircraft.
  • Saved 0,000 by finding broken splice point in Radar Warning Receiver system – efforts resulted in returning
  • Aircraft to service and enabling a 95% fully mission capable status of fleet

Life and Physical Sciences

Intelligence Specialist NCO (1999 - 2007)
  • US Navy, San Diego, California
  • Drafted technical and non-technical reports, interpreted national estimates, map reading, data processing, oral presentations, assess and employ the technical means to gather intelligence, world geography, interpret aerial photography, mission planning, force protection security planning, and threat analysis.
  • Operational intelligence analyst, aerial-photograph interpreter, intelligence clerk, social science, mosaicist, photogrammetrist, surveying, mapping scientist, provided tactical information in the field.
  • Campaign Service Veteran

Machinist

Infantry (11B) (04-1987 - 04-1990)
  • Charlie Co. 2nd Bat. 151st Inf Reg, Plymouth, IN
  • Completed basic and advanced Infantry training in Ft. Benning, GA. and was assigned to Plymouth National Guard unit.
Truck Driver (88M) - ( 04-1992 - 04-1995)
  • 542nd Transport, Kingsbury, Indiana
  • Awarded 88M Mos qualification Ft. Custer, MI. Assigned to Kingsbury Army Reserve unit.

Massage Therapy

E4, 91S, Preventive Medicine Specialist (2-92 - 4-95)
  • MEDDAC, Ft. Huachuca, AZ U. S. A.
  • Duties: Inspections of dining facilities, barracks, and picnic and camp sites. Tested water for bacteria from multiple locations. Taught food preparation in facilities and in the field, first aid, and advanced camp hygiene. My office duties included ordering office supplies and maintaining calibrated equipment.

Operations Management

Munitions systems journeyman (Sep 11 2007 - Sep 26 2014)
  • United States Air Force, shreveport , Louisiana United States
  • Munitions systems journeyman in the United States Air Force for 7 years. while in the Air Force there have been many opportunities such as being the vehicle control officer for a unit of 400 personnel and maintaining a total of 97 vehicle. Safety manager for the same unit conducting inspections for the base and enforcing EPA/OSHA standards. Have also been a team chief for large and small groups of personnel responsible for getting essential task done in a timely manner.

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Manufacturing and Production

Helicopter Maintenance and Repair (1983 - 1985)
  • United States Army, Monterey, California United States
  • My experience with the military allowed me to learn helicopter maintenance and repair. In addition I was trained in driving large trucks, and spray painting vehicles.

Product Management

Reconnaissance/Scout Officer (October 2010 - Present)
  • B Co. 2-156th IN (National Guard), Lafayette, LA USA
  • Personally responsible for training, supervision, and readiness of 56 personnel and .5 million of combat equipment
  • Directly supervise a support staff of 8 senior personnel
  • Enforced a strict regimen of standards (SOP) including Uniform Code of Military Justice while presenting a professional appearance and building strong interpersonal relationships
  • Oversee training and implementation of reconnaissance doctrine in accordance with US Army SOP
  • Received the Army Commendation Medal for exemplary performance
Infantry Platoon Leader (January 2010 - September 2010)
  • A Co 2-156 IN (National Guard), Camp Victory, Baghdad Iraq
  • Conducted full-spectrum operations including the Decision Making Process and Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield as well as orders production (OPORD) and Tactical Operations Center supervision
  • Trained Afghan officers in all aspects of Counter Insurgency operations while conducting over 100 combat missions
  • Received several overseas meritorious awards including: Army Commendation Medal for exemplary performance

Military Enlisted

Animal Care Specialist/ Instructor (February 2011 - May 2013)
  • Public Health Command- San Diego Branch, Yuma Proving Ground Veterinary Section, Yuma, AZ USA
  • Ensured proper care of retiree and privately owned animals. Instructor in Canine First-Aid procedures for the Inter-Service Advanced Canine Course, teaching handlers basic first-aid procedures for military working dogs. Coordinator for all 250 Tactical Explosive Detection Dogs and Personal Explosive Detection Dogs, ensuring all dogs receive vaccination, exams and dental prophylaxis before deployment.
Animal Care Specialist/ Clinic Manager (May 2013 - May 2015)
  • Public Health Command- Vilseck Branch, Ansbach Veterinary Section, Ansbach, Bavaria Germany
  • Provided care to military dependent privately owned animals, making sure they were able to get back to the United States with their animals safely by providing Health Certificates. Managed clinic staff and payroll, which included 3 civilian veterinary technicians, 1 military technician and 2 veterinarians. Balanced clinic budget, acquiring supplies and overseeing inventory along with making sure staff get paid correctly and on time. Trained new technician in basic veterinary techniques and basic clinic management.
Animal Care Specialist (May 2015 - Present)
  • Public Health Command- Fort Jackson Branch, Fort Gordon Veterinary Section, Augusta, Georgia USA
  • Provided care to military dependent privately owned animals, ensuring basic care and wellness. Overlooks a public health program that manages animal bite/scratch reports, and works closely with local animal control in regards to rabies spread.

Computers and Technology: Technical Support

IT (2009 - 2013)
  • United States Coast Guard, Fort Richardson, Alaska USA
  • Worked as an Information Systems Technician Second Class for Electronic Systems Support Detachment Anchorage. Worked with C4IT since it was created on numerous projects including server recaps and equipment installs. Work consisted of monitoring and maintaining user accounts through Active Directory, installation of patches on servers and workstations including server 2003, 2008, Windows XP and Vista. Worked as a Coast Guard System Administrator for 5 years. Stood a rotating week long duty where I developed outstanding verbal communication. Also experienced at installing data and telephone drops and organizing them with accurate labeling. Traveled frequently as a technician for the Coast Guard demonstrating an outstanding ability to work independently and be proactive.

Forklift Operator

Detachment Sergeant (August 2005 - February 2013)
  • US Army, Columbia , South Carolina United States
  • Train and Lead soldiers to ensure proficiency of their job as well as combat readiness and effectiveness. As well as maintain proficiency in my own skill sets Communication, Infantry, and Psychological operations.

Military Enlisted

Intelligence Analyst (July 25, 2011 - Current)
  • United States Marine Corps, Camp Pendleton, California United States
  • As an Intelligence Analyst, I was responsible for collecting information from multiple sources such as imagery or human intelligence reports about the threat force, then vetting the information in order to present it in a logical format to the commander to allow for a sound decision to be made. Specifically as a Sergeant/E-5, I was in a supervisor/manager role in which I would manage all the Marines within my work group in order to ensure all products were created accurately and in a timely manner. I have been on two deployments. The first was a Marine Expeditionary Unit where we boarded ships and trained with many other countries' military forces throughout the Southwestern Pacific and Middle East. The second deployment was to Australia as Marine Rotational Force - Darwin.
Combat Marksmanship Coach (CMC) (July 2014 - Current)
  • United States Marine Corps, Camp Pendleton, California United States
  • A CMC is tasked with ensuring that Marines are proficient with their personal weapon system. CMCs will help to increase the accuracy and precision of Marines as they fire, either during their annual qualification or during combat simulated ranges. A knowledge of weapons safety is required as well as the ability to identify and resolve deficiencies.

General IT

Enlisted (Sept 2009 - Current)
  • United States Marine Corps, Camp Pendleton, California United States
  • I joined the United States Marine Corps. I have traveled to Japan, Afghanistan, as well as with in California during my Enlistment. I am currently a Corporal and my job title is Data Network Specialist with a MOS code of 0651. I enjoyed the life experiences, travel, and many different opportunities provided to me by the Marine Corps. While in Afghanistan I got to work outside my job, providing security and transport of local Afghan National Army, Afghan Commandos, and Afghan police. I ensured the safe travels between work and leave for hundreds of Afghan Military Members.

Military Enlisted

Cyber surety Tech (2012 - current)
  • Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson , AZ USA
  • Identify potential threats and manage resolution of security violations. Enforce national, DoD and Air Force security policies and directives; employ hardware and software tools to enhance the security by installing, monitoring and directing proactive and reactive information protection and defensive measures to ensure Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) of IT resources. They administer and manage the overall Information Assurance (IA) program to include Communications Security (COMSEC), Emissions Security (EMSEC) and Computer Security (COMPUSEC) programs.

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Account Management

Staff Sergeant (May 1982 - February 1988)
  • United States Air Force, Mountain Home AFB, ID USA
  • Performed service as an avionics computer technician and on-the-job training instructor.

Banking and Financial Services

Medical Technician ( Aug 1999 - Aug 2007)
  • US Air Force, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas USA
  • I spent 11 months on active duty and the following seven years in the ready reserve. I was discharged as honorable due to an expecting child and my husband being stationed two hours away. In Tech school I directed the base choir and lead them in multiple parades. I graduated Tech school at the top of my class.

Bartender

Logistics Embarkation Specialist ( October 31st, 2006 - May 30, 2012)
  • United States Marine Corps, Mount Clemens , Michigan USA
  • 0431 Primary MOS out of MWSS 471 DET B Reserve station
  • April 19th, 2011- May 1st, 2013 OEF Female Engagement Team 11.2

Customer Service Management

E-1 42 Alpha (Human Resources Specialist) ( 2009 - 2012)
  • Army National Guard Active Duty First Program (OIF), Ft. Leonard-Wood, MO United States
  • Managed Stock, inventory, soldier complaints, soldier requests, soldiers medical history/other paperwork, disciplinary actions, etc.

Diet and

Culinary Specialist ( July 1986 - July 2006)
  • US Navy, Jacksonville, Fl USA
  • Operates and manages Navy messes to feed Navy personnel. Assists supply officers in ordering, storing, accounting for and preparing food; applies advanced culinary techniques; operate specialized food service equipment; Supervises food service facility; assigns duties and supervises preparation and serving methods; maintains sales analysis record

Military Enlisted

Corporal ( 11/28/2010 - 11/28/2014)
  • United States Marine Corps, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina USA
  • Responsible for preventative maintenance of tactical vehicles and generators
  • Restored damaged wiring.
  • Performed Quality Assurance on completed repairs performed by junior Marines
  • Operated armored assault vehicles.
  • Manipulated, cleaned and stored weapons.
  • Observed and delivered information about enemy situation and force.
  • Performed different night missions using night vision sights.

Financial Management

Superintendent, Financial Management ( 07/2002 - 10/2005)
  • United States Air Force, Clear Air Force Station, AK United States
  • Directed budgetary and financial activities for Clear AFS, 350-person, Solid State Phased Array Radar System. Provided reliable financial management information in adherence with allocated budgets in excess of 24 separate budgets totaling over million. Develop and prepared various financial reports and analyzed available budget information from both internal and external sources on site to assist the Installation Commander in making decisions on budget allocations and expenditures.
  • Budget Analyst ( 03/2000 - 06/2002)
    • United States Air Force, Eielson Air Force Base, AK United States
  • Skilled Trades: Installation and Repair

    Radar Technician ( 22-Jan-08 - 21-Mar 12)
    • Air Force, Indianapolis, Indiana USA
    • Night shift management over 5 lesser ranking Airmen.
    • Install, replace, and schedule Preventative Maintenance of large radar systems.
    • Parts Management
    • Schedule Management
    • Maintain telecommunication systems
    • Install in improvised situations
    • Electrical training
    • Excel
    • Word
    • Powerpoint
    • MSDS
    • OSHA
    • CPR

    Military Enlisted

    Human Resources Assistant/ Orderly Room Clerk ( October 2012 - May 2013)
    • HHB 1-21, 41st Fires Brigade, Ft. Hood , Texas United States
    • Updated soldiers DD93 and SGLI in EMILPO
    • Updated Profiles an APFT tests in both EMILPO and DTMS
    • Assisted Soldiers on getting the proper paperwork together for Deferments, PCS's and Leaves
    • Prepared the necessary DD Forms and other items needed for the 1SG in Chapter processes and ART 15
    • Can type 80 WPM
    • Skilled in written communication
    • Able to Communicate orally with others
    • Experience is Microsoft Excel
    • Reviewed Awards
    • Reviewed Orders
    • Reviewed LES
    • Worked 60 hours per week
    Human Resources Assistant/ Orderly Room Clerk ( October 2011 - June 2012)
    • 324th NSC 41st Fires Brigade, FT. Hood , Texas United States
    • Updated soldiers DD93 and SGLI in EMILPO
    • Updated Profiles an APFT tests in both EMILPO and DTMS
    • Assisted Soldiers on getting the proper paperwork together for Deferments, PCS's and Leaves
    • Prepared the necessary DD Forms and other items needed for the 1SG in Chapter processes and ART 15
    • Can type 80 WPM
    • Skilled in written communication
    • Able to Communicate orally with others
    • Experience is Microsoft Excel
    • Reviewed Awards
    • Reviewed Orders
    • Reviewed LES
    • Worked 60 hours per week

    Property Management

    Corporal,E-4; Unit Diary and Personnel Chief ( January 1994 - January 1998)
    • United States Marine Corps, Jacksonville , North Carolina
    • Serve as a link between Command and unit Marines by handling questions, interpreting and administering contacts.
    • Assure completeness of Unit Marines personnel records, including but not limited to .. I-9's, W-4's, orders and separation packages.
    • Analyze and modify compensation and benefits policies and ensure compliance with Marine Corps directives.
    • Act as the Administrative Chief in his/her absence.

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    Strategy and Planning

    Deputy Chief, Military Satellite Communications Future Programs Branch (July 2012 - Present)
    • United States Air Force, Los Angeles AFB, California.
    • Plans transition of advanced satellite concepts & technology concepts from early development phase to system development.
    • Directs cross-functional team of engineers, cost and budget analysts, contract specialists, and junior managers.
    • Develops near-term & long-term program strategies for the development of critical technologies, system development, & production of .1 billion satellite program.
    • Manages daily program execution activities, to include cost, schedule, and customer requirements, for a multi-faceted space program.
    • Prepares executive correspondence and delivers program status briefings on organizational and program execution.
    • Develops & advises senior military leadership on the long-term investment strategy for the billion Military Satellite Communications Enterprise.
    Assistant Director of Nuclear and Missile Operations (January 2008 - July 2012)
    • United States Air Force, Malmstrom AFB, MT
    • Observes, conducts, and evaluates effectiveness of nuclear & missile operation weapon system training, standardization, & evaluation programs for 80+ member unit.
    • Builds future plans, requirements, concepts, directives, & exercises for operational employment of nuclear and missile operations.
    • Advises senior military commanders on offensive & defensive capabilities on matters of operational effectiveness, combat readiness, organization, and training of nuclear & missile operations units.
    • Maintains unit readiness for the execution & launch of nuclear & missile operations in response to orders directly from the President of the United States.
    • Oversees daily operations of unit command post, responsible for daily nuclear & missile operations across 23,000 square mile missile complex.
    Military Communications Equipment Program Manager (June 2003 - January 2008)
    • United States Air Force, Hansom AFB, MA
    • Manages 1M satellite communications end-user equipment program delivering state-of-the-art capabilities to critical combat units.
    • Responsible for cost, schedule, & on-time delivery of communications equipment in support of global military operations.
    • Prepares Request for Proposal package to include; contract requirements, customer specifications, schedule of program events, program phase entry & exit criteria, and payment schedule; for Department of Defense programs.
    • Leads multi-functional team of engineers, operations specialists, cost & budget analysts, and contract specialists in the execution of program activities.
    • Prepares monthly & annual program execution status reviews for senior military leadership and advises leadership on program performance against mandated cost and schedule baselines.
    • Conducts risk & opportunity analysis through every phase of the program and implements required mitigation strategy as required.

    Author

    Active Duty (1918 - 1921)
    • U.S. Naval Reserve, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA
    • Active duty

    Chef and Sommelier

    E-4 Dietary Specialist (08/2007 - 11/2009)
    • Army, Ft. Lee, Virginia United States
    • I was in charge of 10 - 15 Soldiers at any given time and worked to serve thousands of AIT Soldiers in training everyday.

    IT Management

    Frontline Infantry (2005 - 2009)
    • US Military, Kafiristan, Nuristan Afghanistan.
    • Fought in Afghanistan.

    IT Management

    19K Armor Crewman (NA - NA)
    • US Army, Ft. Knox, KY USA
    • MOS 21T - Patriot Missile Operator
    • MOS 19K - Armor Crewman M1A2 SEP
    • Honorably Discharged Veteran

    School Administration

    Medical Specialist (1989- - 1993)
    • United States Army, Ft. Knox, Kentucky.
    • Served in Kuwait/Iraq during Desert Storm.
    • Southeast Asia Bronze Star.
    • Good Conduct Medal.
    • National Defense Medal.
    • NCP commandant Award for Top student in Leadership Course.

    Security Management

    Lieutenant General (15/8/1978 - 15/8/1982)
    • Alpha Squad, Jihad, Baghdad Iraq.
    • I led them into many attacks against the hostile men of that region. Made many important decisions and also made peace with smaller groups of militants and used minimum force by the troops.

    Singer and Musician

    Archer (1194 BC - 1184 BC)
    • Trojans, Troy, Karamederes Turkey
    • Served under the Trojan Army aiding them in their fight against the Greeks and rival Olympian Gods.

    Transportation and Distribution

    Transportation (1988 - 1990)
    • USAF, Goldsboro , NC United States
    • Move material to and from Air Bases!