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     Date Submitted:13-04-2011
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     Current job:Satellite Communications Network Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Industry:Satellite Operators, ,
     KeywordsSatellite Communications Satellite Controller Satellite Payload Controller
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    Availability: August 1, 2011

    Summary: Successfully served 25 years in the military; 12 years of experience in tactical satellite communications, 4 years experience in strategic satellite communications and satellite control, 4 years experience in satellite communications regional planning, 3 years experience in deployable space based systems information support, and 2 years experience in network security.

    Experience:

    Satellite Communications Network Manager, United States Army, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, 4/2009 - Present

    • As a Satellite Communications Manager, assists in the supervision, direction, and guidance of the Army's 24/7 network operations center which operates, maintains, and defends the Land War Net. Accountable for providing the Network Enterprise Technology Command Staff, Army Strategic Command, and Army G-3 leadership of an operational status of the Land War Net across six theatres of operation. Accountable for the morale, welfare, and training of assigned Operations Division Personnel. Prepares and distributes Army Satellite Communication status reports.

    • Created the Army Cyber Operations and Integration Center's first Satellite Communications Report which is currently being used as the organization's standard reporting system. Ensured the Army Global Network Operations Security and Army Computer Emergency Response Center's operational readiness as Master Trainer for Operations Personnel. Designed and implemented policies and procedures that resulted in an increase in unit personnel medical readiness. Selected above 12 of his peers to be a Network Operations Watch Officer, a position normally held by a Senior Executive. Completed an Associate's Degree with a 3.86 GPA.

    Space Support Company Senior Advisor, United States Army, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, 1/2006 - 4/2009

    • As a Senior Advisor for a worldwide deployable Space Support Company consisting of 6 Army Space Support Teams and 1 Commercial Exploitation Team, provided Space Force Enhancement and Space Control Support to units worldwide. Coordinated logistical and equipment support for deploying teams during team exercises, contingency operations, and real world war time operations. Accountable for the administration, training, professional development, health and welfare for 75 Soldiers and their families.

    • Regularly accomplished all duties of the company's Senior Executive in his absence, ensuring the continuity and success of the company. Designed, implemented, and developed policies and procedures that resulted in a detailed training program which streamlined and ensured complete training of all company personnel consisting of five different technology skill sets. Completed the National Security Space Institute's Space 200 Course with a 93.0% average, Space 300 course with a 94.0% average, and Advanced Satellite Communications Course with a 96.4% average.

    Senior Satellite Communications Operations Manager, United States Army, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, 8/2005 - 12/2005

    • As a Senior Satellite Communications Operations Manager, accountable for coordinating all scheduled Wideband Satellite Operations Centers (WSOC), ensured all WSOC reports were distributed among senior leaders in a timely manner. Accountable for the connectivity of the Terrestrial Command and Control Circuit (TCCC) between subordinate units. Managed 12 personnel ensuring that they met the Department of Defense training standards.

    • Redesigned the operations center crew readiness training program which trained all assigned personnel on 65 crew and Soldier tasks. Initiated internal staff training during a major emergency response exercise. Chosen above other senior department managers to hold a position which was normally held by senior advisors.

    Senior Operations and Training Manager, United States Army, Fort Gordon, Georgia, 1/2005 - 8/2005

    • As the Senior Operations and Training Manager, accountable for tasking and daily operations. Advised Senior leaders on all matters of training and operations. Tasked with all aspects of planning and disseminating all unit level and below training, which ensured all training was conducted and all Department of the Army Standards were met.

    • Led the redeployment of 235th Signal Company Task Force from South West Asia in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Maintained accountability for over $250,000 worth of equipment with no losses while increasing maintenance stability for better usage. Accountable for planning and the implementation of training for Department of Defense personnel who were tasked to augment the organization for Operation Iraqi Freedom.

    Tactical Satellite Company Senior Advisor, United States Army, Fort Gordon, Georgia, 8/2003 - 1/2005

    • As a Senior Advisor for a worldwide deployable Tactical Satellite Communications Company consisting of 3 Tactical Satellite Hub Terminals, 6 Tactical Satellite Spoke Terminals and 1 Fly Away Triband Satellite Communications Terminal, provided long haul tactical satellite communications to units worldwide. Coordinated logistical and equipment support for deploying teams during team exercises, contingency operations, and real world war time operations. Accountable for the administration, training, professional development, health and welfare for 278 Soldiers and Airmen, as well as the well being of family members.

    • Successfully managed the Forward Detachment's redeployment after the Chief Operation Officer's unplanned departure on emergency leave. Developed and managed a program that trained 178 Airmen to operate Army Tactical Satellite equipment and validate them on all Army Common Tasks for Operation Iraqi Freedom. Conducted more than 10 Combat Motor Convoy Operations in northern and southern Iraq without accident or injury.

    Ground Mobile Forces Manager, United States Army, Wheeler Army Air Field, Hawaii, 5/1999 - 7/2003

    • As a Ground Mobile Forces (GMF) Manager, provided system engineering and real time planning support to United States Commander in Chief Pacific, US Forces Korea, and 23 other widely dispersed multi-service commands that use the Defense Satellite Communications System. Ensured compliance to all applicable orders for the deployment of tactical satellite communications assets supporting both contingency and real world requirements.

    • Flawlessly engineered over 170 GMF satellite communications missions in support of the Warfighter of the Pacific Theatre of Operations. Selected to the Advanced Noncommissioned Officers Course (ANCOC) Commandant's List, achieving a grade point average (GPA) of 98.2. Planned, coordinated, and executed the unit Consideration to Others (CO2) and Equal Opportunity (EO) Program, which resulted in 100% participation and zero incidents. Successfully completed the highly technical Joint Task Force Systems Planners Course earning a 97.4 GPA. Completed the Air Force intensive MILSTAR Terminal Maintenance Course with a 96.2 GPA.

    Education:

    • Some College Coursework Completed - 6/2013, Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, New Jersey. Major: Technology Management

    • Associate Degree - 12/2009, Pierce College, Lakewood, Washington. Major: General Technology

    Certifications:

    • COMPTIA A+

    • COMPTIA Security+

    Training:

    • National Security Space Institute (NSSI) Advanced SATCOM Course - 2008

    • NSSI Space 300 - 2009

    • NSSI Space 200 - 2008

    • Satellite Payload Controller Course - 1996

    • MILSTAR Terminal Maintainer Course - 1999

    • Satellite Communications Maintainer Course - 1995

    • Operations Security Officer Course - 2009

    • Joint Task Force Systems Planners Course - 2000

    • Network NODAL Management Course - 1994

    • First Sergeant Course - 2006

    • Senior Leadership Course - 2002

    • Advanced Leadership Course - 1993

    • Warrior Leader Course - 1989


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