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     Date Submitted:14-02-2012
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     Current job:Military Analyst GS-13 Concept Development
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsSpace and Missile Operations and Command and Control
    CV

    Professional Overview:

    A former Air Force Officer with twenty years of experience leading diverse groups of military and civilian personnel.  Decisive results-oriented management style responds to fast paced fluid conditions.   A proven performer that gets the job done right the first time;   consistently applied senior management principles to technology developments/experimentation, including all aspects of resource allocation, departmental approval, procurement, implementation and closeout.  Skilled Space Operations Officer with missile warning, space surveillance, and satellite C2 systems experience. Possess detailed knowledge of large, complex organizations that provide communications support (computer network, email, telephone, etc.), security, contingency readiness, and training.  Highly motivated, creative, and versatile problem solver with exceptional initiative and ability.  Possess strong work ethics, integrity, reliable, and outstanding organizational, interpersonal, and verbal/written communication skills.  A solid team player committed to meeting and exceeding organizational goals. 

    Security Clearance:  Active TS/SCI (Oct 2007)

    Areas of Expertise:

    *Nuclear Operations/Command and Control/Training       *Space Operations/Space Command and Control
    *Operations Management & Executive Development                     *Personnel Supervision & Management
    *Enterprise Systems Planning & Integration                                   *Program & Project Management
    *Emerging Technology & Market Assessments                              *Innovation and Creativity
    *Architecture & Infrastructure Planning                       *Cross-Organization Collaboration
    *Event planning for Joint Experimentation              *Networking & Electronic Data Communication
    *Information Operations (IO)                      *Team Development & Mentoring                                   

    Professional Experience:

    US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)                                Apr 2011 – Present

    Military Analyst (GS-13) - Concept Development

    • Serve as a military analyst for concept development and subject matter advisor to the Branch and Division Chiefs.  Brief leadership through oral and written reports, maintains records, and performs other management tasks. 
    • Formulate and prepare correspondence recommending new or amended Army wide policy, guidance, and procedures pertaining to concept development activities. Serve as the division SME for TP 525-3-1, the Army Operating Concept (AOC). 
    • Maintain the running assessment of the AOC to identify areas for focused study and possible revision within the two-year concept-to-capabilities cycle. 
    • Support experimentation, wargaming, and other learning venues in the FY2012 TRADOC Campaign of Learning.
    • Reviewed and analyzed critical documentation for Army 2020 Strategy.  Strategy defines the future Army in the environment of declining defense budget while maintaining our current combat capability as a dominate land force.

    System Studies & Simulation, Inc., Fort Monroe, VA                                   Apr 2010 - Apr 2011

    Support to JICD – Strategic Military Analyst II
    US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC) Joint Interdependency Coordination Division (JICD). 

    • Write briefings, information papers, and other products for senior leaders and staff members. Brief Army and other senior service leaders. 
    • Coordinate meetings, visits and briefings with other commands, service components, and Department of Defense agencies. 
    • Lead for Army Special Operations Command (SOCOM) Warfighter Staff Talks.  Subject matter expert for Army Campaign Plan (ACP) Major Objective 8-2; Joint Interdependency. 

    Capstone Corporation, Virginia Beach, VA                                             Jan 2010 - Apr 2010

    Support to US Joint Forces Command/Joint Warfighting Center Support Team (USJFCOM/JST) – Military Analyst

    • Provided comprehensive front-end analysis including progress, status, and management reports as part of resolving already identified training and policy issues.  Give technical support for the continued development of Joint Training Strategies. 
    • Provide expertise in Universal Joint Task (UJT) development process.  Responsible for the development, input, and interaction with the Joint Staff (JS), and stewarding of UJTs applicable to the General Purpose Force (GPF) relevant to Irregular Warfare (IW), Security Force assistance (SFA), Counterinsurgency (COIN), and Foreign Internal Defense (FID).

     

    System Studies & Simulation, Inc., Fort Monroe, VA,                                 Sep 2009 - Jan 2010

    Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC)/Joint and Army Concept Division (JACD) – Military Analyst - Scenario Development (Temporary Position)

    • Analyzed, developed and promulgated policies and procedures for the development of classified training scenarios.
    • Developed and revised the TRADOC scenario production plan. Planned and executed an annual scenario planning conference.
    • Developed theater resolution scenarios with the Army Staff, Joint Staff, and the combatant commands. Staffed scenarios from original identification of the requirement to approval and dissemination. 
    • Developed the TRADOC position on Defense Planning Scenarios. 

     

    System Studies & Simulation, Inc., Norfolk, VA,                                      Jul 2009 - Sep 2009

    Support to JFCOM/ J8 - Consulting Engineer, DOTMLPF Analyst (Temporary Position)

    • Provided professional and technical advice to Joint Combat Capability Developer (JCCD) team. 
    • Provided guidance, resolved issues, evaluated complex documents, and managed multiple tasks in support of Net-Enabled Command Capability (NECC). 
    • Executed C2 capability development and integration and operational sponsorship responsibilities. Worked directly with Joint Staff, Commands, Services, Government Agencies, and Multi-National Partners.      

    Global Cyberspace Innovation Center (GCIC), Langley AFB, VA                 Nov 2007 - Jul 2009

    Chief, Event Management Branch

    • As the Chief of the Events Management Branch, I oversaw complex, numerous, and varied day-to-day activities for a $30 million Joint Expeditionary Force Experiment (JEFX).
    • JEFX is a quarterly exercise focused on technology insertion, experimentation and diversification.  Directly impacted the GCIC’s ability to support and sustain the global networking and telecommunications needs of the Warfighter.
    • Supervised a diverse team of 20 contract and government personnel.
    • Executed critical concepts for rapid technology insertion and deployment.
    • Integrated initiatives into $30M Joint Experiment focusing on new processes and technology.
    • Designed, planned and executed high profile quarterly experimentation venues.
    • Based on demonstrated performance selected as Directorate lead for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), Ground Control Station (GCS) open architecture acquisition program.

     HQ AF Command Control & Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Battlelab, Langley AFB, VA

    Chief, Command Control Space Systems Branch                                           Nov 2004 - Nov 2007

    • Key leader within several military organizations, responsible for the planning and identification of all new technology and mapping where that technology integrates into the larger Air Force enterprise.  Directed numerous teams and detachments on the proper employment of these systems in support of strategic and operational plans. 
    • Led highly qualified team of Command and Control (C2) experts responsible for identifying warfighter value of technological, organizational, doctrinal, and training innovations for Space C2.

     

    Chief, Command Control Space Systems Branch                                             Nov 2004 - Nov 2007

    • Managed high visibility space initiative providing space operators theater level data for planning.
    • Provided leadership to Space Warfare Tiger Team; solved 12AF SOUTHCOM C2ISR issues.
    • Pointman for Near Space Balloon Development efforts (Combat Sky Sat and High Altitude Recon Vehicle).

     

    Detachment 2, HQ Space Warfare Center, Langley AFB, VA                            May 2003 - Nov 2004

    Chief Air and Space Integration Branch

    • Led five person team in Air Combat Commands (ACC’s) Information Warfare Division.
    • Integrated space operations planning tools into Air Operations Center (AOC) – GPS focused.
    • Coordinator for highly successful space focus day bringing space relevance to ACC.
    • Key participant/player in Schriever III Wargame.  Air Force’s premier space wargame.

     HQ Air Force Space Command, Peterson AFB, CO                           Jan 2000 - May 2003 

    Chief, Operations Testing and Force Development

    • Point man for four Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) tests/launches – 100% success rate
    • Set policy and guidance for all force development evaluations – missile warning, space surveillance, spacelift, and satellite C2 systems
    • A polished Briefer – delivered presentations to Army General Officers on critical ICBM missile test assets and test range issues
    • Liason Officer for all strategic missile tests with Missile Defense Agency (MDA). 

    Technical and Software Skills:

    Software Applications:  Proficient inMS Office Suite, MS Project, MS SharePoint, MS Visio, Varied Other Applications

    Command and Control Systems:  Theater Battle Manage Core System (TBMCS), Space Battle Management Core System (SBMCS), Satellite Tool Kit (STK)

     Education/Certifications/Training:

    • Master of Science, Aviation Safety, Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO
    • Bachelor of Science, Aviation Management with Minor in Psychology, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN
    • Capabilities Planning Course, Defense Acquisition University (DAU)
    • Managing IT Projects, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
    • Air Command and Staff College, Air University, Montgomery, A           

    Professional Affiliations, Additional Qualifications And Awards:

    • Member York County Virginia Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
    • Volunteer Boy Scouts of America (Unit Commissioner)
    • USAF Outstanding Performance Award Minuteman Crew Force
    • 50th Space Wing Professional Team Award
    • Space Foundation Award of Distinction (AF Space Symposium)
    • Member Air Force Association (AFA)
    • Member Association of Air Force Missileers

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