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     Date Submitted:14-05-2013
     Last Modified:12-11-2017 (04:16)
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     Current job:Deputy Director of Intelligence
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsUndergrad degree in astronomy. Two masters degrees. U.S. Navy space cadre. Consumer of space-based capabilities.
    CV

    Work Experience:

    Special Operations Command - Central
    Macdill AFB, FL   33608 United States
    07/2017 - Present
    Hours per week: 50
    Please contact me
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Due to the sensitive nature of this position, job title and duties are available upon request.
    Supervisor: Colonel Cameron Weathers
    Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

    Joint Functional Component Command for Space
    747 Nebraska Ave
    Lompoc, CA   93437 United States
    02/2017 - 07/2017
    Hours per week: 50
    Director of Intelligence
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    I assumed responsibilities as Director of Intelligence (J2) for the Joint Functional Component Command for Space (JFCC Space) upon the unexpected departure of the incumbent. In addition to the duties I managed as the Deputy Director, I took on the additional responsibilities of transforming the directorate to more closely align with command priorities and for providing regular updates to the Commander and Deputy Commander using extremely sensitive intelligence sources. I also led the JFCC SPACE intelligence team during my fourth and final GLOBAL-series exercise, which was lauded as "best ever" in terms of intelligence support and operational execution.
    Supervisor: Rear Admiral Brian Brown
    Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

    Joint Functional Component Command for Space
    747 Nebraska Ave
    Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA   93437 United States
    03/2015 - 02/2017
    Hours per week: 50
    Deputy Director of Intelligence
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Deputy Director of Intelligence (J2) for the Joint Functional Component Command for Space (JFCC Space). The J2 also kept the JFCC Space Commander apprised of all relevant intelligence capabilities and limitations. As the Deputy J2, I focused primarily on the day-to-day running of the JFCC Space Intelligence Enterprise, which included leadership and management of approximately two dozen military and civilian personnel. In the absence of the J2 actual, I also performed his roles and duties advising the Commander on adversary space and counter-space capabilities. I participated in three US Strategic Command GLOBAL-series exercises, which exercised numbered operations plans for USSTRATCOM and various Geographic Combatant Commands. I also led the intelligence cadre for three iterations of Schriever Wargames, which involved participation by multiple US agencies and representatives from six different countries and the results of which informed national policy on space defense. I also had the major collateral duty of command fitness leader (CFL). As CFL, I maintain the physical fitness assessment records of all Navy members assigned to JFCC SPACE, lead thrice-weekly physical training sessions, and execute twice-annual physical readiness tests.
    Supervisor: Doug Deuitch
    Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

    US Southern Command
    3511 Northwest 91st Avenue
    Doral, FL   33172 United States
    06/2014 - 03/2015
    Hours per week: 50
    Deputy J2X
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Deputy director of the United States Southern Command Counterintelligence (CI) and Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Division which consisted of 40 multi-service, Department of Defense civilian and inter-agency personnel responsible for the coordination, synchronization, and de-confliction of all DOD CI and HUMINT activities in, transiting, or affecting the 33 countries in the USSOUTHCOM area of responsibility. I provided day-to-day supervision of the personnel assigned to the J2X and kept the USSOUTHCOM Director of Intelligence apprised of relevant CI and HUMINT activities.
    Supervisor: Frank Reyes
    Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

    US Navy Maritime Liaison Unit
    3511 Northwest 91st Avenue
    Doral, FL   33172 United States
    08/2012 - 06/2014
    Hours per week: 50
    Officer in Charge
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Officer in Charge of Maritime Liaison Unit Latin America, responsible for supervising and conducting liaison activities between the US Navy and regional security partners and the commercial shipping industry within Central and South America and the Caribbean. I supervised a unit consisting of five civilian and three active duty military personnel who planned, coordinated and executed maritime security-related engagements with the owners and leaders of the region's most influential national and multinational commercial shipping organizations. I also acted as a government purchase card billing official and as such was responsible for managing transactions and certifying billing statements.

    NATO Headquarters Allied Maritime Command
    Via Madonna del Pantano 80014
    Lago Patria, Napoli   Italy
    07/2009 - 07/2012
    Hours per week: 50
    Production and Analysis Officer
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Assigned to NATO Headquarters Maritime Component Naples, Italy. Primary duty was Production and Analysis Officer, overseeing a multi-national intelligence analysis team in creating and publishing scheduled and ad hoc alliance intelligence products. I also acted as the intelligence collection manager and signals intelligence systems officer. I deployed to Bahrain as the NATO liaison officer to the US Navy's FIFTH Fleet during the deployment of Standing NATO Mine Countermeasure (MCM) Group TWO to the Arabian Gulf. My duties included coordinating with the Bahrain Ministry of Foreign Affairs to obtain diplomatic clearance for the MCM vessels to enter Bahraini territorial waters, coordinating logistic support for the vessels while in port, and coordinating a mine clearing exercise with CTF-52, FIFTH Fleet's MCM task force. Later, I acted as the afloat senior intelligence officer aboard the flagship for Standing NATO Maritime Group (SNMG) ONE for the first month of Operation UNIFIED PROTECTOR. I coordinated all afloat intelligence support for the staff and ships of SNMG ONE required for the execution of the maritime portion of UNIFIED PROTECTOR. Finally, I completed Joint Professional Military Education Phase II during this tour of duty and was designated as Joint Qualified upon departing Naples.

    US Army Command and General Staff College
    100 Stimson Ave
    Fort Leavenworth, KS   66027 United States
    06/2008 - 06/2009
    Hours per week: 60
    Student
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Student at US Army Command and General Staff College. Successfully completed Joint Professional Military Education Phase I. I also earned a Master's Degree in International Affairs from Webster University.
    Supervisor: Rear Admiral Scott Jerabek
    Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

    US Navy, Commander Amphibious Squadron EIGHT
    COMPHIBRON 8
    FPO, AE   09574 United States
    07/2006 - 06/2008
    Hours per week: 80
    Intelligence Officer for Commander, Amphibious Squadron EIGHT
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Primary duty was the intelligence officer for Amphibious Squadron Eight (PHIBRON Eight). I participated in intensive work ups and deployed for six months with PHIBRON Eight and the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit aboard the USS Kearsarge as the strike group intelligence officer (N2) for the Kearsarge Expeditionary Strike Group. During deployment, I provided and supervised intelligence support to operations at sea in the Mediterranean Sea, Arabian Gulf, off the Horn of Africa, and in the Bay of Bengal. I frequently coordinated intelligence support in multiple areas of operation and across geographic combatant command boundaries. Specific accomplishments included coordinating naval intelligence support for counter-piracy operations off the coast of Somalia and intelligence support for the execution of Operation SEA ANGEL 2, which provided humanitarian assistance to Bangladesh in the wake of a typhoon.
    Supervisor: Captain Robert Bougher
    Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

    Defense Intelligence Agency
    3100 Clarendon Blvd
    Arlington, VA   22202 United States
    06/2003 - 06/2006
    Hours per week: 55
    Intelligence Officer
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Assigned to Defense Intelligence Agency, Directorate for MASINT and Technical Collection and was a plank-owner member of the Quick Reaction Division (QRD). I deployed with the QRD to Iraq in early 2004 in support of the Iraq Survey Group and participated in multiple technical collection operations across Iraq. Following the QRD's return from Iraq, I was placed in charge of the newly expanded QRD's Maritime Team and planned and participated in multiple technical collection operations around the world.

    Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing ONE, Detachment Misawa, Japan
    Misawa Air Base
    Misawa, Aomori   Japan
    06/2001 - 06/2003
    Hours per week: 50
    Intelligence Officer
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Intelligence Officer for Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing ONE Detachment Misawa, Japan. I provided intelligence support to P-3C aircrews deployed to Misawa and conducting maritime patrol flights in the northern Pacific and Sea of Japan. I also deployed to Bahrain to support P-3 operations in the Arabian Gulf and Arabian Sea just prior to the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom. I also deployed to the Philippines to support counter-terrorism operations in the central and southern islands of the archipelago. Finally, I deployed to Korea to participate in Exercise ULCHI FOCUS LENS.
    Supervisor: Jean-Pierre Bolat
    Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

    Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center
    2076 Regulus Ave
    Virginia Beach, VA   23461 United States
    10/2000 - 05/2001
    Hours per week: 50
    Student
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Student at Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center. Graduated at the top of my Naval Intelligence Officer Basic Course.

    Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center
    350 Crag Rd
    Panama City Beach, FL   32407 United States
    04/2000 - 10/2000
    Hours per week: 40
    Student
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Student at Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center. I was also temporarily assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit SIX Detachment Panama City, during which time I assisted in multiple real-world explosive hazard disposal operations. Unfortunately, I was disqualified from special operations duty due to the visual field defect caused by ejection from an out of control aircraft during an earlier assignment.

    US Navy Training Squadron NINE
    101 Fuller Rd. Suite 221
    Meridian, MS   39309 United States
    04/1998 - 04/2000
    Hours per week: 48
    Student Naval Aviator
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Student naval aviator assigned to Training Squadron NINE flying the T-2C BUCKEYE for the Intermediate Strike Training syllabus. I successfully completed approximately half of the curriculum before I was medically disqualified from duty as a pilot due to injuries sustained when my instructor and I were forced to eject from an out of control aircraft in January 1999. An in-flight structural failure resulted in our aircraft becoming uncontrollable, and we ejected just after the aircraft descended in a death spiral through the minimum safe altitude for recovery from out of control flight. The 15-20 G acceleration of the ejection and wind blast caused a small tear in the retina in my left eye. After a seven week hiatus I returned to flight duty. Unfortunately, after flying for five more weeks, I was re-evaluated and was disqualified from flying as a pilot.

    US Navy Training Squadron SIX
    7700 USS Enterprise St. Suite 102
    Milton, FL   32570 United States
    06/1997 - 04/1998
    Hours per week: 48
    Student Naval Aviator
    Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
    Student naval aviator assigned to Training Squadron SIX, flying the T-34C MENTOR. I was selected for Strike training based on outstanding academic and in-flight performance.

    Education

    American Military University 
    Charles Town, WV  United States
    Master's Degree 08/2015
    GPA: 3.9390 of a maximum 4
    Credits Earned: 36 Semester hours
    Major: Space Studies Honors: Summa Cum Laude
    Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:
    An intensive online program with courses covering orbital mechanics, remote sensing, space law, human spaceflight physiology and psychology, lunar geology, planetary science, and cosmology. The capstone course consisted of writing a thesis. My thesis studied the feasibility of employing an autonomous underwater vehicle to explore the ocean which likely exists under the surface ice of Jupiter's moon Europa.

    Joint Forces Staff College 
    Naval Base, Norfolk, VA  United States
    Professional 06/2012
    Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:
    I successfully completed Joint Professional Military Education Phase II (JPME II), which focused on the operational level of war and consisted of five courses. The curriculum lessons and practical exercises replicated normal staff requirements. Student learning objectives were assessed through multiple choice and essay examinations to ensure graduates are able to lead joint planning efforts, integrate the creativity of operational art with the analytical and logical process of operational design, and be proficient with the Joint Operational Planning Process as the application framework to develop theater strategies and operational plans in a complex global operating environment.

    Completion of this course, JPME I and my three year tour with NATO Headquarters Maritime Component Naples, Italy (2009-2012), qualified me as a fully Joint Qualified Officer.

    Webster University 
    Saint Louis, MO  United States
    Master's Degree 06/2009
    GPA: 3.8 of a maximum 4.0
    Major: International Affairs
    Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:
    Earned Master's Degree in conjunction with class work completed while attending US Army Command and General Staff College. Courses included studies of political theory, international organizations and globalization. My capstone thesis topic examined the problem of Somali piracy and proposed long term solutions.


    US Army Command and General Staff College 
    Fort Leavenworth, KS  United States
    Professional 06/2009
    GPA: 3.9 of a maximum 4.0
    Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:
    Completed Intermediate Level Education (ILE) and Joint Professional Military Education Phase I (JPME I). ILE consisted of two components, the Command and General Staff Officer Course (CGSOC) Common Core Course and the Advanced Operations and Warfighting Course, which is the credentialing course for field grade officers in the operational Army. The curriculum included extensive instruction in military history, leadership and planning at the operational level of war. Students were required to write numerous papers demonstrating assimilation of the information provided and the ability to apply critical thinking skills to arrive at new and unique conclusions. Completion of JPME I is a major milestone in achieving full joint qualification.

    Boston University 
    Boston, MA  United States
    Bachelor's Degree 05/1997
    GPA: 3.2 of a maximum 4.0
    Major: Astronomy
    Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:
    Primary coursework included four semesters of calculus, including differential equations; four semesters of physics, including relativity and quantum mechanics; planetary astronomy; stellar and galactic astrophysics; extra-galactic astrophysics and cosmology; and observational astronomy. Additional humanities coursework included four semesters of German, two semesters of English composition, two semesters of philosophy, and eight semesters of Navy ROTC-required naval science courses.

    Job-Related Training

    - Naval Intelligence Officer Basic Course - May 2001
    - Naval Intelligence Officer Senior Course - August 2006
    - Joint Professional Military Education Phase I - June 2009
    - NATO Collection Coordination and Intelligence Requirements Management Course - November 2009
    - Joint Professional Military Education Phase II - June 2012
    - Defense Strategic Debriefing Course - September 2012
    - Joint HUMINT Officer Course - March 2013

    References

    Mr. Donald Nibblett (Defense Intelligence Agency)
    donnibb(at)aol.com

    Captain Thomas Braden, USN (NATO Headquarters Maritime Component Naples, Italy)
    bradenta(at)hotmail.com

    Rear Admiral Brian Brown, USN (Joint Functional Component Command for Space)
    brian.brown.73(at)us.af.mil

    Rear Admiral Scott Jerabek, USN (US Southern Command)
    navshark(at)outlook.com

    Mr. Frank Reyes (US Southern Command)
     


     


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