Team Leader in an Engineer Company (Sapper)
Served as a Team Leader in an Engineer Company (Sapper), of an Arctic Engineer Battalion; responsible for the health, welfare, morale and discipline of a five man Team; responsible for Assisting the Squad Leader training the team in mobility, counter mobility, survivability, general demolitions, general engineering skills and all warrior task and battle drills; responsible for the accountability and maintenance of one M1152A1, M1097 HMMWV and various Sets, Kits, and Outfits valued in excess of $400,000.
Directs the operation engineer wheeled/tracked vehicles; supervises or operates ACE directs assists in launching and retrieval AVLB; boresights; determines zero settings; fires CEV weapon systems; maintenance of vehicle armament components; directs the construction of fighting positions and wire entanglements; controls fire team movements; places explosives and clears misfires. directs a mine-clearing line charge loading team directs minefield marking party dispensing operation of mine scattering systems; conducts reconnaissance operations; determines limiting slopes; curves; stream velocity; gap widths.
Serves as a Team Leader in a Combat Engineer Company assigned to the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment; provides mobility, counter mobility and engineer reconnaissance support of National Training Center (NTC) during rotational training exercises; responsible for the safety, training, morale and welfare of three Soldiers; trains his team to execute Full Spectrum Engineer Operations in support of Global War on Terrorism; maintains and enforces operator level maintenance of two M113A3 Armored Personnel Carriers, one M1097 HMMWV and multiple sets, kits and outfits.
Serves as a team leader in a mobile combat engineer SAPPER company with a worldwide contingency mission in support or III Corps and FORSCOM; responsible for the health, welfare, discipline and training of five soldiers; responsible for ensuring technical and tactical competence of mobility, counter mobility, route clearance, survivability and general engineering operations; responsible for the operations, maintenance, and accountability of high value equipment worth over $2,558,000.
Reconnaissance NCO in an Engineer Bn HQ
Serves as Reconnaissance NCO within an engineer battalion headquarters capable of providing mission command over both general and combat engineering units with domestic and foreign contingency requirements; responsible for the training, safety, health, welfare and professional development of two Soldiers; supervises the maintenance of an M113A2 Armored Personnel Carrier, an M577 Tactical Command Post Track, an M1152 HMMWV, an M1165 HMMWV, and associated BII, sets, kits, outfits and weapons systems valued at approximately $1,300,000; assists CMD Section planning and establishment of TAC CP.
Assigned as a Platoon Sergeant in a combat engineer platoon of the 95th Combat Engineer Company in the 84th Engineer Battalion in support of the 8th Theater Sustainment Command and USARPAC; responsible for the leader development, individual training, discipline, welfare and morale of 31 Soldiers; assists the company leadership with the planning and preparation of company and platoon operations; supervised and ensured successful execution of platoon operations, to include administrative actions and logistical support; responsible for the maintenance and accountability of equipment valued in excess of $6,300,000.
BDE ENG NCOIC
Serves as the NCOIC of the Brigade Engineer Cell in a Light Infantry Brigade; advises and assists mission in support of Operation Enduring Freedom 14; responsible for daily battle tracking and reporting of engineer equipment and operations throughout the entire BCT Area of Operations; responsible for forward operating base work order submissions and maintenance; assists brigade engineer officer in charge in construction planning, scheduling, and material estimates; coordinates the preparation of operations orders, standing operationg procedures and contingency plans; coordinates employment of engineer elements with adjacent units.
Squad Leader in a Engineer Company (Sapper)
Served as a Squad Leader in a Engineer Company (Sapper), of a (Combat Effects) Engineer Battalion; responsible for the health, welfare, morale and discipline of a five man Team; responsible for training his team in mobility, counter mobility, survivability, demolitions, general engineering skills and all warrior task and battle drills; responsible for the accountability and maintenace of one M113A3 and various Sets, Kits, and Outfits valued in excess of $400,000.
Company Operations Sergeant (12B3O)
Served as a Company Operations Sergeant for an Air Assault Sapper Company; responsible for the processing, tracking and filing of all administrative actions, and personnel and training records at the Company level; coordinated and requested all land, ammunition, training aids and resources; coordinated with adjacent and higher staffs for operational and tactical support; responsible for the accountability, safety, discipline, welfare, training and development of seven Soldiers; responsible for three tactical vehicles, sets kits and outfits, and all assigned MTOE equipment valued in excess of $225,000.
Serves as an Instructor/Writer in the Systems Training Integration Division (STID); manages training development, testing, and implementation of training products for new equipment systems, non-systems and training devices; interfaces with material developers, contractors and test agencies throughout the acquisition life cycle; performs training analysis, Validation and Verification (VAL/VER) of current and new engineer equipment; serves as Subject Matter Expert (SME) representing the user at Soldier Touch Points (STP), responsible for development and execution of Doctrine & Tactics Training (DTT), Interactive Multimedia Instructor (IMI), Virtual Clearance Training Simulator (VCTS); as an user training representative for Combat and Munitions systems for the Engineer Regiment.