Supervised 40 personal, in a concentrated heavily secured location in the country of Afghanistan and Iraq
Team Player - Enjoys sharing knowledge and encouraging development of others to achieve specific team goals.
Equipment knowledge - People soft and versatile. Experience in preparing and analyzing reporting data for management accurately and to standards.
Sergeant, United States Army 2011 June 1 to Present
Sergeant First Class, United States Army
Calvary Platoon Sergeant, Fort Carson, CO
Responsible for the training, administration, operations, logistics, and combat readiness of a 32-man Unit. Responsible for training, advising, and assisting up to one thousand personal- sized indigenous or coalition force in all operations. Maintained and accounted for $2.75 million in, weapons and equipment without loss. Supervised the maintenance, security, and operation of a 4.4 square kilometer compound with a 60-person indigenous staff and a $412,000 operational budget; trusted to operate independently at a remote location in Iraq and Afghanistan. Rated as top Sergeant First Class in the Unit; earned two Bronze Star medals for my achievements.
Sergeant, United States Army
Staff Sergeant, United States Army 2011 from 2000
Responsible for training, maintenance, health, welfare, and discipline of a 12-men Responsible for ensuring the sections readiness to deploy anywhere in the world within 18 hours, conduct an Airborne Assault, and conduct future operations. Deployed to Afghanistan as part of Operation Overlord; supervised the security of a US compound and the exercises to test its readiness. Evaluated as one of the two best Section Leaders in the Unit and Section was rated as top in the Unit. Served as and (UPL) Unit Prevention Leader; control drug prevention for over 120 individuals monthly
Christopher J. Dunlap 7437 Willowdale Dr. Fountain, COxxx-xxx-xxxx Summary • Able to plan award winning special events. • Team player with commitment to group’s success. • Organized and detail-oriented. • Ability to juggle multiple tasks and tight deadlines. • Able to motivate and energize colleagues. • Hardworking and honest. Career Path US Army • Responsible for the maintenance of multiple variations of eight different type of vehicles • Heavy equipment operator to fit the military mission
Bachelor of History General Studies of American History Troy University 2009
US Army Drill Sergeant Academy US Army 2006
US Army Air Assault School US Army 2006
US Army Air Born School US Army 2006
US Army Officer Instructor School US Army 2003
US Armor Basic Training \ US Army 1989
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