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     Date Submitted:17-12-2010
     Last Modified:17-12-2010 (07:40)
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     Current job:Crisis Action Team Program Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
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    SUMMARY:
    Air Force Officer transitioning from the US Air Force Space Command to civilian Aerospace industry-tour of duty ends December 2010. Experienced AF operator, with 6 years experience in the space industry with expertise in ICBM weapon system, spacelift and range tracking systems and emergency management. Strengths are the ability to perform under pressure and ability to be extremely proficient with work ethic. Qualifications include a pending MA in Aeronautical Science, Space Operations Management (Currently completing final semester)
     
    EXPERIENCE:
     
    USAF, Vandenberg AFB, 30th Ops Support SQ Lompoc, CA
    Crisis Action Team (CAT) Program Manager
    1 August 2010 to 26 Nov. 2010
    􀁹 Leads wing's CAT--develops procedures & courseware for leadership in 4 groups & 11 tenant units
    􀁹 Provides initial & recurring contingency operations training to 30th SW leadership  tenant units & CAT support team
    􀁹 As CAT PM, guided training and discussion betweenMDA and 30th SW leadership maximizing readiness of implementation of REDCONS on VAFB
    􀁹 Taught lesson plans for LERTCONs, THREATCONs and REDCONS to 30th SW personnel for CAT training
    􀁹 Garnered a "Q-1" rating, AFSPC second highest rating--during an annual evaluation
    􀁹 Maintained a 100 percent average onmonthly recurring training
    􀁹 Coordinated installation of new CAT equip, updated critical checklists--provided necessary C2 for crisis planners
    􀁹 Range Control Officer--commands & controls uprange instrumentation in support of spacelift & ballistic operations
     
    USAF, Vandenberg AFB, 2nd Range Ops SQ Lompoc, CA
    Range Control Officer 10 August 2009 to 31 July 2010
    􀁹 Directly controls 213 range assets, 400 military and contractor personnel for spacelift and ballistic missile launches
    􀁹 Primary interface for range operations between launch vehicle countdown team and mission flight safety operators
    􀁹 Manages squadron safety program--provides training and incident reporting status for 71 active duty and civilian personnel
    􀁹 Lead in the operations of the 30th Space Wing crew force management program--backbone of combat mission ready requirements--guaranteed 56 operators for 4 missions valued at $1.5B
    􀁹 Weapon systems expert--navigated through grueling range control officer evaluation with highly qualified rating--AFSPC's highest mark
    􀁹 Spearheaded documents section--trained five lieutenants to maintain squadron's& range operationmanuals/crew logs/staff slides--critical files free of errors
    􀁹 Coordinated western range status in unit control center during two real-world contingencies--enhanced senior leadership's status tracking
     
    USAF, Malmstrom AFB, 10th Missile Squadron Great Falls, MT
    Missile Combat CrewCommander 17 May 2008 to 16 May 2009
    􀁹 Supervises daily activities of nine operations, security forces and support personnel at the missile alert facility
    􀁹 Achieved 98.8% emergency war order and 100% code/weapon system monthly exam average--key to squadron winning 2008 Operations Group Proficiency Squadron of the Year
    􀁹 Skillfully guided 35 maintenance/security forces personnel through extremely technical post boost control system removal and replacement--critical to 20th Air Force 99.3% alert rate
    􀁹 Earned two highly qualified ratings on initial/recurring missile proficiency trainer evals -- AFSPC's highest possible score
    􀁹 Retargeted 10 sorties and implemented new emergence war order procedures-- assured flexible nuclear response options for President of The United States
    􀁹 Mastered Minuteman-A during Minuteman-B deactivation--Highly qualified no errors on first Minuteman-A eval
    􀁹 Expertly led 45 maintenance/security forces personnel for one reentry system reposture and two booster removals--maximized squadron strategic alert rate
    􀁹 Flawlessly executed E-6B airborne launch control system test; ensured launch control center and launch facilities' ability for vital wartime emergency response
     
    USAF, Malmstrom AFB, 564th Missile Squadron Great Falls, MT
    Missile Combat CrewCommander 13 July 2007 to 16 May 2008
    􀁹 Commands a two person combat-ready crew--responsible for crew's proficiency and professional development
    􀁹 Decertified five nuclear launch facilities for squadron deactivation
    􀁹 Quickly and precisely processed highest nuclear security situation--safeguarded critical code and weapon system assets
    􀁹 Diligent; directed 45 maintenance and security personnel during five critical warhead depostures--guaranteed nuclear surety
    􀁹 Command and control realignment during degraded operations--preserved positive control/nuclear surety of 50 ICBMs
    􀁹 Received three error-free highly qualified ratings on grueling evals--capturing AFSPC's top score
    􀁹 Contributions directly led to winning Operations Group of the Year 2007 and Space Wing Spirit Award
     
    USAF, Malmstrom AFB, 564th Missile Squadron Great Falls, MT
    Missile Combat CrewDeputy Commander 13 July 2006 to 12 July 2007
    􀁹 Accountable to the President, SECDEF and Commander of US Strategic Command for launch actions of 50 ICBMs upon direction
    􀁹 Monitors 150 additional ICBMs, directs 20 missile crews and oversees $4.3B in weapon system assets
    􀁹 When ordered, initiates retargeting actions and applies offensive space force utilizing up to 50 nuclear missiles
    􀁹 Expeditiously led deposture of a strategic alert sortie--skillfully oversaw removal of critical nuclear weapon system
    􀁹 Selfless community leader--volunteered to support 2007 Special Olympics for 835 athletes--rousing success
    􀁹 Expertly participated in global communication test; ensured Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff/US Strategic Command connectivity to communication system
    􀁹 Performed emergency shut down of launch control center ensuring the safety of crew and equipment
     
    EDUCATION:
    Embry Riddle Aeronautical University world wide
    M.A. Space Operations Management 2011
    University Of Tennessee Knoxville, TN
    B.A. Psychology 2004
     
    ADDITIONAL TRAINING:
     
    AWARDS: Air Force Space Command Crew Excellence
     
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