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Intelligent Research Specialist

→ Solutions-focused, knowledgeable, and highly trained U.S. Army leader, with proven track record of review, process, and analyses of intelligence information from multiple sources utilizing innovative methodologies that develop trends, patterns, and estimates of targeted studies. Unique problem-solver that can develop intelligence collection processes for difficult and complex assignments. Demonstrate expertise in Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance management with critical Geospatial Intelligence and directing intelligence air assets.
→ Competent research analyst with knowledge in all types of law enforcement open source search engines. Motivational, multi-awarded, and focused leader with exemplary optimistic attitude; recognized for dependability and commitment to achieving goals and missions. Technology savvy, familiar with all Windows platforms, MS applications, and numerous Military applications; MiRc, and C41. Trained in law enforcement open source search engines, and classified information databases. Disability rating greater than 10% and VEOA and VRA eligible.

OCDETF Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force, Fairfax VA 2010-Present
Criminal Research Specialist – IOC-2 International Organized Crime Intelligence Operations Center
 Serve as an expert criminal research specialist that performs difficult and complex broad based assignments.
 Process and evaluate analytical assignments and/or research projects in support of International organized crime investigations.
 Provide briefings to law enforcement and intelligence officials based on research and analysis findings.
 Perform intelligence liaison functions collaborating with other organizations, and effectively presenting organization’s needs and establishing effective and efficient working relations with more than nine government agencies.
 Prepare detailed reports, assessments, and informational publications, forecasts and statistical outcomes concerning program operations that impact law enforcement agencies.
 Join together with other joint taskforce agencies to combine data and produce actionable leads for investigators and prosecutors to strategically target criminal proceeds and assets of international criminal organizations.
 Gather, store and analyze all-source drug and related financial investigative information and intelligence to support coordinated, multi-jurisdictional investigations focusing on the disruption and dismantlement of the most significant drug trafficking and money laundering enterprises.
ISR (Intelligence Surveillance, Reconnaissance) U.S. Army-Fort Hood TX / Tallil Air Base, Iraq
Imagery Analyst – GEOINT 2006- 2009
 Performed as key imagery and surveillance resource analyst, covering the entire southeast Iraq territory.
 Interfaced with all ranks of commands and organizations’ to discuss intelligence related inquiries and report findings provided briefings and presentations.
 Provided support assessment metrics and effectively leverage effectiveness of overall operations.
 Sustain operational guidance and support to U.S. Army personnel by providing detailed products on area research and imagery collection.
 Aligned operational plans and programs, providing accurate information to supervisors, colleagues, and subordinates, and conducted in-depth analysis and exploit on satellite imagery results.
ISR (Intelligence Surveillance, Reconnaissance) U.S. Army-Fort Hood, TX
Intel Col.lection Manager, FMV Analyst 2006-2009

 Directed and supported plans and initiatives that successfully apprehended several known criminals in Iraq
 Collaborative strategies that rapidly detected roadside bombs and several IEDs, saving hundreds of lives.
 Provided critical staff training and provided feedback regarding performance and training requirements.
 Defined objectives, and organized and maximized resources, and streamlined operational efforts that achieved desired results; proactively contributed during seminars, conferences, and meetings.
 Oversaw integrity of operations, enforced tracking, and verified compliance with all organizational policies and procedures.

 Developed, implemented, and ensured success of innovative, targeted media messages, story placement, and coordination of special events, and delivered speeches, speaking engagements for various community organizations, and to increase personnel recruitment and retention.
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U.S. Army, Fort Hood, TX/Fob Kalsu, Iraq
Shadow Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System Pilot, Mechanic, and Crew Chief 2005-2009
 Provided Army personnel with information about enemy forces and potential battle areas by performing reconnaissance missions piloting the Shadow unmanned aerial vehicle to gather and study situational information that assisted in operational tactics.
 Successfully piloted numerous at-risk combat flight hours, and verified operational readiness through 12, 24, and 50-hour air vehicle inspections.
 Successfully led and developed launch and recovery operations as appointed crew chief.

B.S., Operation Security Management – Houston Community College, TX (Currently attending)
General Studies – Cochise College, Douglas, AZ – 2005

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Operator Flight School (Nov 2005)
Preflight Inspection │Radio Communication Procedures │Fuel Management │Takeoff and Climb Procedures
Aerial Observation
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Ground School (Apr 2005)
Airplane Instruments, Engines, and Systems │Airplane Performance and Weight and Balance │Navigation Charts, Publications, Flight Computers, and Navigation Systems
Shadow Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (TUAV) Emplace Displace (Jul 2005)
Identifying Key Parts of the Aircraft │Emplacing the Aircraft and Key Components
Displacing the Aircraft and Key Components │Aircraft Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Shadow TUAV Flight Simulation Course (Oct 2005)
Procedures of UAV’s for Incorporation into the Combat Air Forces │Emergency Procedures
Extreme Weather Operations │ Handoff to an Attack Helicopter │System Limitations

Training Certifications:
DHS Basic Intelligence Training │Border Searches of Electronic Devices │ Operations Security │ TCP-IP
Classified Information Training for Clearance Holders │DHS Basic Records Management │Networking Protocols
Federal Law Enforcement Analyst Training │Combat Life Saver │Accident Avoidance Course │Network Security
Anti-Terrorism Training │Composite Risk Management Training │Integrity Awareness Program

Additional Credentials:
Top Secret Clearance │Active Flight Physical
Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) Certification


→ Iraq Campaign Medal
→ Army Achievement Medal
→ Army Meritorious Unit Award
→ Overseas Service Ribbon
→ Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
→ Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
→ Army Service Ribbon
→ Presidential Unit Citation

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