Active secret security clearance

Windows 7 Certified

CCNA Certified

Skillport Security Plus Certified

Experienced in risk management, operational security procedures, and information extraction

Experienced in the resolution of upon thousands of computer software and network tickets

Assisted in the creation of 50,000 computer accounts

Experience in response to urgent situations within the network to mitigate immediate and potential intruders or viruses

Expert in establishment operations and troubleshooting procedures for network security, satellite terminals, fiber-optic cables, radios, computers, internet routers, switchboards, and internet connections

Experienced in the repair and preventive maintenance of automotive vehicles and repair equipment

Assistant communications security manager

Effective manager and team player

Instructor and test proctor for numerous soldiers on a variety of subjects

Expert in first aid

3 years’ experience in the U.S. Army serving in stations overseas

Fluent in English and Adept in Japanese

7 years of volunteering as violinist for various church choirs and bands

Expert in martial arts and martial arts weapons

Work Experience

Signal Communications Supervisor, Fort Sill, OK, U.S. Army, September 2015 – April 2017

Served as the battalion Help Desk foreman for a seven-person team. Duties include:

Supervised, trained and ensured the safety and welfare of a 7-person team, maintaining a 100% safety record.

Instructed subordinates of different occupations on proper radio communication use to increase the unit’s proficiency.

Guided subordinates to accomplish any task given to them in a timely manner.

Ensured the unit had a reliable reach-back radio communications link which aided in the success of a vital mission.

Supervised the replacement of 120 obsolete computers to superior models.

Serves as a network operations manager for the unit to operate at peak efficiency. Skills included:

Granting over a hundred members of the unit access to the military network on Fort Sill.

Solving a variety of computer software, connection, IP address, and performance issues.

Keeping the unit’s computers at peak proficiency by pushing numerous upgrades to the network.

Maintaining the functions and availability of all the unit’s printers.

Network Cyber Defender/Satellite Communications Operator, Arifjan, Kuwait / KASOTC Jordan, 9 month deployment, U.S. Army, December 2014 – September 2015

Served as a team leader for a four-person team. Duties include:

Supervised trained and ensured the safety and welfare of a 4-person team, maintaining a 100% safety record

Trained subordinates on the proper procedures of maintaining security in a restricted area.

Instructed and assisted subordinates in the setup of a classified and unclassified network server.

Responsible for the accountability of network equipment valued in excess of $1.2 million dollars as it was flown to Jordan and back to Camp Arifjan.

Actively shared knowledge of the digital and voice connectivity with seniors, peers, and subordinates.

Influenced subordinates to accomplish all assigned tasks.

Provided uninterrupted access to both classified and unclassified network operations to over 40 personnel.

Prevented physical sabotage and network hacking to maintain the network at peak proficiency for all personnel.

Key in assisting another unit at Camp Buerhing, Kuwait in establishing network connectivity with their communications and integration into the base’s fir direction control network to being fully operational.

Served as Telecommunications Officer for unit communications. Duties Include

Managed the distribution and accounting over 20 business cellular phones in a foreign country.

Quick and timely repair and replacement of cellular phones within the unit, being key in maintaining communications flowing within the two countries

Assigned as satellite communications operator/cyber defender for unit network operations. Duties included:

The setup of a mobile satellite antenna, internet router, multi-switch adapter, and assortment of computers and phones to be connected by fiber-optic and Ethernet cables.

The best in the unit for acquiring a satellite signal to send and receive data waves to access the internet..

Radio Communications Supervisor, Fort Sill, OK, U.S. Army, February 2014 – December 2014

Served as team leader for a 7-person team. Duties include:

Lead team in a timed competition to establish voice and data communications against 17 teams, which resulted in winning second place.

Worked tirelessly during a unit’s multi-cross training exercise to provide a base of understanding of the military network for seniors, peers, and subordinates from a variety of occupations.

Signal Communications Supervisor, Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea, U.S. Army, January 2013 – January 2014

Served as team leader for a 4-person team. Duties include:

Demonstrated expertise and leadership abilities that provided command, control, and uninterrupted communications to a medical unit.

Gave excellent leadership and dedication to subordinates within another unit to provide both voice and data communications.

Provided over 300 medics with instructions on how to properly disassemble, reassemble, and clear a 9mm pistol within 1 minute.

Supervised over 30 personnel responsible for the reorganization and inventory of the unit’s supply cage

Maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment valued in excess of $1 million dollars.

Signal Communications Supervisor, Fort Bragg, NC, U.S. Army, May 2012 – January 2012

Served as a team leader for a 5-person team. Duties include:

Studied at a team leader academy, acted as class leader.

Trained 24 personnel in the skills of combat carrying in an under fire scenario.

Assisted in supervising over 110 personnel in weapons firing qualification.

Provided hands-on training on the satellite terminal to a separate team of six personnel.

Signal Communications Operator, Al Assad Air Base, Iraq/Camp Buerhing, Kuwait, 12 month deployment, U.S. Army, May 2011 – May 2012

Assigned as help desk technician chief for Southwest Asia network. Duties include:

Responsible for maintaining voice and data communications used by more than 80,000 personnel.

Assisted in the creation of over 50,000 user access accounts

Developed and maintained a detailed access roster for all buildings under the communications facility’s area of responsibility.

Served as key control for the entire building, to regulate access to restricted areas.

Reimaged over 4,000 computers

Volunteered personal time to give martial arts instructional classes twice a week, at the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Center.

Completed online courses for Security plus and CCNA

Signal Communications Operator, Fort Bragg, NC, U.S. Army, October 2009 – May 2011

Served as satellite operations specialist, duties include:

Displayed commitment to excellence and customer service during numerous digital communications exercises providing visual, voice, and data networks to the unit’s command team.

Participated in the humanitarian mission to Haiti following the earthquake in January of 2010. Providing food to the population and communications for the unit command.

Sought out by technical elite members in Fort Bragg for his expertise in satellite communication procedures.

Assisted in the ribbon cutting event in the newly established Fort Bragg communications HUB node, by establishing and operating the satellite communications and routing network without assistance or direct supervision.

Correctly briefing and demonstrating the capabilities of the communications equipment to the 82nd Airborne Corps Commanding General upon inspection of the new network HUB.

Advanced Individual Training for Signal Communications Operator, Fort Gordon, GA, U.S. Army, July 2009 – October 2009

Individually trained to:

Supervise, install, operate and perform unit level maintenance on multichannel line-of-site and tropospheric scatter communications systems, communications security devises, and associated equipment.

Analyzes BIT/BITE diagnostics to isolate faults to the Line Replaceable Unit.

As team leader, duties include:

Provides subordinates technical assistance in resolving connectivity problems, complex maintenance faults, and during contingency situations.

Plans and coordinates line-of-site or tropospheric scatter communications assemblage deployments and systems operations.

Writes standard operating procedures pertaining to communications operations.

Develops training programs for subordinates to ensure technical competency and proficiency.

Supervises and performs management and administrative duties related to personnel, systems operations, and logistics.

Advanced Individual Training for Interrogation, Fort Huachuca, AZ, U.S. Army October 2008 – July 2008

Individually trained to:

Conduct interrogations in foreign countries of prisoners of war, enemy deserters, civilians, and refugees to obtain information necessary for the development of military intelligence reports.

Prepares notes and keeps detailed records on all interrogations performed.

Translates and prepares summaries, extracts, and full translations of written foreign material into English with the assistance of allied forces.

Basic Training, Fort Sill, OK, U.S. Army, August 2008 – October 2008

Recruit trainee with the following schedule.


Basic Combat Training has pushed the recruits' minds and bodies to new limits, giving them a deeper respect for themselves and those around them. Now, the time has come to celebrate their efforts and the strength they've gained. This is the day that their families and friends gather to watch them transition from citizens to Soldiers


After becoming familiar with the use of automatic weapons and hand grenades in U.S. Weapons Training, recruits put their training to the test as they negotiate the Night Infiltration Course. After passing all their tests and challenges, they congregate for Rites of Passage.

U.S. Weapons Training (.50 Caliber M2), (Hand Grenades), (M136 AT-4), (M240B Machine Gun), (M249 Machine Gun)

Field Training Exercise 3

Tactical Foot March 10KM and 15KM


Recruits go through marksmanship and combat training and learn to rappel at the Warrior Tower. This training is intended not only to teach Soldiers valuable skills, but also to instill confidence. 

Tactical Foot March, Basic Rifle Marksmanship

Engagement Skills and Situational Training Exercises

Field Training Exercises, Confidence Obstacle Course and the Tactical Foot March


The Army makes sure every recruit is physically and mentally prepared to start Basic Combat Training.

Recruits arrive for general orientation and are given haircuts and issued Army uniforms.

Basic tactical training begins, followed by Nuclear Biological and Chemical Defense, Landmine Defense and rappelling at the confidence tower.

Recruits learn about Army heritage and the Seven Army Core Values

Recruits undergo the Army Physical Fitness Test to help determine their physical aptitude. This test is routinely administered to Soldiers throughout their enlistment periods to ensure that they reach their top physical condition.

Key skills acquired:

Safe operation and maintenance of weapons


Land navigation

Safe handling of explosives

Basic hand to hand combat

Operation of radios and other electronic equipment

Emergency medical aid


High School Diploma, Arnold O. Beckman, Irvine, CA 2008

Military Training

Basic Combat Training, Fort Sill, OK 2008

Advanced Individual Training: Interrogation, Fort Huachuca, AZ 2009

Advanced Individual Training: Signal Communications, Fort Gordon, GA 2010

Combat Life Saver Course, U.S. Army 2017

Management Development Course, Fort Bragg, NC 2012

Equal Employment Opportunity (EO) Training (annually)

Sexual Harassment/Assault Training (annually)


Anthony J. Lacy

Battery First Sergeant


Tommy R. Galloway

Captain, Battery S6


Robert B. Hashe

Battery Commander

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