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Logistician with 10+ years of excellence and achievement. Extensive background overseeing logistics operations for the United States military. Completed two deployments in Iraq; operated effectively in unstable and challenging combat environments. Currently in the US Army Reserves as logistician inputing vehicle maintenance requests, repairing work orders, and updating database with key information. Secret clearance.
Recognition and Awards
Army Commendation Medal x 3, Army Achievement Medal x 7, Good Conduct Medal x 3, Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon, National Defense. Service Medal, Korean Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal; Certificate of Achievements x 5.
Logistics Specialist January 2000 to January 2011 United States Army Fort Bragg, NC / Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea / Heidelberg, Germany / O.I.F, Iraq Provided logistical transportation support for operational and medical equipment to include water and rations for army units during peacetime and wartime. Trained 9 personnel on warehouse operations including stock receipt, storage, distribution, and issue. Held 100% accountability for communication equipment, weapons, office computers, printers, scanners, and protective posture equipment for Accountable Officer. Maintained equipment and stock records for 2700+ benchstock items and 280+ lines of prescribed critical aircraft parts valued at more than $3.7M, to benefit 17 Chinooks and 9 Black Hawk Helicopters. Accountable for 170 weapons valued at more than $276K. Maintained and sent equipment for repair to next activity for maintenance support, using appropriate chain of custody documentation. Updated Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment records for 85+ personnel using Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced system. Managed Accountable Officers’ Property Books valued at $1.5M+ with 100% accuracy per army supply standards. Prevented fraud waste and abuse by instilling and implementing supply economy standards. Participated in numerous logistics convoy operations during military deployments; distributed key equipment, parts, and consumables required for contingency operations. Conducted postal runs during wartime to maintain morale and welfare of soldiers in hazardous areas.