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Focused, versatile fiber optics specialist and Navy veteran with comprehensive knowledge of advanced electronics systems. Over 20 years of increasing responsibility and leadership experience combined with the ability to oversee and spearhead training programs to qualify personnel and commanding officers. Expertise in troubleshooting, diagnosing, and repairing complex electronics issues to sustain combat missions. Demonstrated ability to master new roles and technologies to achieve positive results.
Education, Training, and Certification
Bachelor of Arts : Business Administration, 2015 Ashford University San Diego, CA Training : Tomahawk Cruise Missile Operator and Maintenance, 1996 United States Navy Training : Fire Controlman A, 1994 United States Navy Fiber Optic Repair Certification Certified Fiber Optic Technician Master Training Specialist Certification
Advanced Electronics Maintenance Fiber Optics Management Weapons System Administration Curriculum Development and Instruction Leadership Top Secret Security Clearance
Awarded Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal in 1998, and 6 Good Conduct Medals and 6 Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals throughout 20 year career. Directed day-to-day operations of Tactical Tomahawk Weapon System during four Western Pacific deployments with 100% effectiveness and zero system downtime. Led and educated three-ship battle group in Strike Warfare Area during extensive 9-month training cycle in preparation of regress Persian Gulf deployment. Effectively trained and qualified 800+ personnel over the course of two years. Participated in final testing of new cruise missile for Raytheon during first year on USS Milius. Managed and maintained Tomahawk Weapons Systems to support Operation Desert Strike and Operation 98.
April 1994 to September 2014 United States Navy USS Michael Murphy (1/2011 9/2014) Departmental/Divisional Leading Petty Officer Oversaw day-to-day operations of Weapons Department and Combat Missiles (CM) Division aboard Arleigh Burke-class destroyer; directed 54 Weapons Department personnel and 14 junior personnel in CM Division. Administered anti-submarine warfare, gunnery warfare, and anti-terrorism/force protection (AT/FP) training; organized and developed training plans, schedules, and schools to validate personnel competency. Directed force protection efforts, anti-terrorism educational training initiatives, and pre-deployment certification programs. Coordinated scheduling and tasked assignments; evaluated personnel to assess competencies. Inspected equipment, including weapons and electronics systems, and scheduled reparative/preventative maintenance to ensure combat readiness.