Battalion Training Officer & Language Program Manager, Chief Warrant Officer 3
Overall responsible for unit training department. Provided oversight and direction to staff of 25 Marines and two civilian employees tasked with planning, coordinating, and executing training for an organization of 600 members.
- Program received high praise from Marine Corps Inspector General; identified as Marine Corps best practice
- Designed and executed two large scale and logistically-heavy battalion-sized field training exercises
- Planned, supervised and organized a project team of five Marines that transformed an unused space into a language and education center; project came in $90,000 under budget and received praise from Director of Intelligence.
- Language training initiatives led to command receiving the 2013 Command Language Program of the Year award for both the Marine Corps and Department of Defense
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Chief Warrant Officer, Logistics
Responsible for the coordination of multifunctional logistics between commercial vendors and DLA. Developed logistic plans, risk management plan, policies and procedures geared towards supporting areas of supply, transportation, maintenance and services. Directed inbound or outbound logistics operations, such as transportation or warehouse activities, safety performance, or logistics quality management. Reviewed logistics performance with customers against targets, benchmarks and service agreements.
- Analyzed inventories to determine how to increase inventory turns, reduce waste, and optimize customer service by 60%.
- Effectively implemented supply procedures which improved customer support and operational efficiency to achieve organization's short/long term and strategic goals.
- Supervised military-civilian work force on daily supply operation of over 1,450 parts and equipment worth $33 million.
- Managed a $5 million budget for supply operations and repair of vehicle systems along with repair parts with no losses to support the units.
- Managed and mentored 15 Non-Commissioned Officers on daily cross-function actives, to increase daily operation by 45%.
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Chief Warrant Officer
Responsible for the implemetation and overseeing of the Maintenance and Safety programs for the Commander of the 607th MP Batallion.
- Insure that companies under the 607th Battalion's command maintain a 90% equipment redinness rating for deployment.
- Maintaine a drivers training program, issued drivers licenses, manage repair work orders, fuel cards, logistic deliveries including rail car and semi-trailer and POV (personal owned vehical) inspections.
- Managed Commanders Safety program toward the goal of 100% accident free.
- Intiated Command Climate Survey's for Batallion and Company Commanders, Monitored, recorded and investgated accidents reported to Batallion, initiate and monitor ARAMP( Army Redinness and Safety Surveys) for Batallion and companies assigned, respresent commander for Saferty Inspections from higher Brigade resulting in 97% safety rating over past 5 years.
- Provided Safety guidance for 500 soldiers Battalion wide.
- Intiate yearly course schedules for soldiers safety training, FEMA, Web Security, motorcycle safety training.
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Support Maintenance Automotive Warrant Officer
Supervised 7 cross functional maintenance teams including two objective FRAG 5 (up-armor) shops, consisting of 113 military and civilian personnel with tools and equipment valued at over 3 million dollars.
- Project lead for the HMMWV Up-Armor project on Camp Taji, accomplished phenomenal results in the first six months. Most notable was completing over 350 vehicle in a two month period in preparation for the 82nd Airborne troop surge in February/March 2007.
- Increased customer support responsiveness by 50% through careful analysis of internal support operations.
- Oversaw project and program management, quality assurance, customer satisfaction and compliance.
- Monitored equipment readiness, maintenance shop organizations, controlled of maintenance assets and providing advice on all matters related to maintenance and logistics.
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Chief Warrant Officer 2, System Maintenance Technician
Served as the System Maintenance Technician for a Patriot Air and Missile Defense Artillery firing battery with a worldwide, short notice contingency deployment mission to provide Air Defense protection to selected critical assets and airspace under the direction of the XVIII Airborne Corps
- Supervised operator and organizational level maintenance managed diagnostic equipment and tools and constructed and monitored maintenance schedules
- Was responsible for ensuring the battery's zero balance within the Primary Load List (PLL) section was under 5%, and the Operation Readiness Rate remained at or above 95% in both conventional and system maintenance
- Provided technical expertise and management of over 450 lines of supplies
- Supervised and provided guidance on all scheduled services, repairs and QA/QC inspections
- Managed maintenance operations, supervised operator and organizational maintenance soldiers and set priorities for the maintenance sections within the scope of the maintenance program established by the commander
- Advised the Commander on all aspects of the Patriot system and maintenance operations and their effect on the unit's mission readiness
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Senior Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer
Served as Principle Maintenance Technician, responsible for all maintenance reportable items assigned within the BDE
- Monitored equipment density list, Battle Damage/ Battle Loss equipment, 026, SLANT and SAMS-2E to collect and process maintenance operational data to assist in the management of maintenance operations
- Managed all combat and vehicle upgrades
- Coordinated contracted maintenance support for all units assigned to the brigade
- Monitored the status of critical parts with AMC and sustainment brigade to expedite repair parts for the BCT
- Briefed the BDE XO and CJTF-1 Deputy Commanding General on equipment readiness status
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Chief Warrant Officer Three (cwo3) Ship's Boatswain
Serves as safety and deck plate operational consultant to the commanding officer, and as a technical specialist managing deck force personnel. Coordinates training of personnel. Manages ship anchoring, towing, fueling, transfer of personnel, transfer of cargo and operations/maintenance of small boats and ships. Supervises retrieval of target drones and operation of cranes and lifts.
- Manages all equipment used for ship emergency evacuation.
- Maintains technical manual, drawings, test documentation and other documents in library in compliance with regulations and accordance with latest updates.
- Created and implemented training program and authored technical documentation needed for mission.
- Supervised 50 personnel with zero fatalities during training and familiarization of crew.
- Orchestrated mission planning and coordination over four month period.
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Developed the first Medical Logistics warehouse activity in RC-South, Afghanistan; led team that received, inventoried, and stored over $2.5 million in supplies within 6 months
- Accounted for over 100 lines of controlled medicines/vaccines, $600,000 of military vehicles, and $125,000 of sensitive items without loss
- Instrumental in running the supply mission at Kandahar, by meeting customer demand and achieving 88% customer satisfaction rate within 3 months of taking over operations
- Through outstanding and proactive customer service, increased customer base from 19 to 63, a growth rate of 332%
- Demonstrated influential leadership ability by managing 17 subordinates to grow storage capacity of warehouse from zero to over 1900 line items over the course of 12 months with no safety violations, injuries, or loss of product
- Promoted to acting First Sergeant ahead of peers when enlisted; responsible for the training, fitness, career development, and administration of over 90 soldiers every month
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Personnel Officer, Chief Warrant Officer
Supervised up to 30 personnel and daily operations of the Joint Reception Center and First Stage Audit section of the Installation Personnel Administration Center (IPAC) serving 10,000 personnel reporting annually for various commands at Camp Lejeune. As certifying official supervised travel claims through Defense Travel System. Monitored military pay adjustments prior to disbursing action. Mentored and encouraged professional career development for subordinate personnel.
- Received high marks on Marine Corps Administrative Analysis Team (MCAAT) inspection.
- Organized control measures for first stage audit process resulting in more accurate and timely processing of personnel records for MCTFS.
- Served as meal card issuing agent creating 5000 cards valued at more than $17 million annually.
- Served as Administrator and Electronic Control Officer for UD/MIPS.
- Managed and supervised unit diary transactions of new personnel into MCTFS maintaining rejection rate of less than 1 percent.
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Senior Logistics Warrant Officer
Primary advisor to the Brigade and Deputy Commander on all logistical concerns. Responsible for establishing logistics and enforcing maintenance and supply policies. Developed basic accountability procedural guidance, managed training for supported tenant unit Logistics and supply managers upon request. Performed duties with Wartime Host Nation Maintenance and Supply Support on Korean Peninsula (WHNS). Supervised over 39 Warrant Officers and 20 Non-Commissioned Officers
- Promoted teamwork; Reviewed and approved or disapproved property branch employee requests for leave. Placed emphasis on implementing and administering regulations governing the safeguarding of classified information
- Responsible for establishing Logistics, Acquisitions and enforcing Contracting Officer policies
- Performed duties as the Action Officer on key project
- Managed all the Brigade's Physical Security Records
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