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Information Technology


Anything with information technology; hardware, software, communications etc..


Manage the TX and RX of classified, time sensitive navy messages via automation systems, and communications systems utilizing naval warfare publications. Systems include; FSM, C2OIX, NAVMACS, WSC-3, DMR, Publications include; NTP 3, NTP 4

Operated communications and networks connectivity systems monitoring UHF, SHF, and some HF frequencies and associated equipment in support of worldwide telecommunications in the maritime environment. Systems include; WCS 3, DMR, WSC 8, CBSP, NGW, TIMPLEX, ADNS, DAMA

o Cryptographic Gear; KGV 11, KY 58, KG 84, KYV 5, KIV

Maintain message databases

Experienced in watchstander

Maintain classified, technical publications, and files (EKMS)

Conduct preventative maintenance

Resolved help desk issues for customers; password resets, troubleshoot profiles, create profiles, etc…

Maintain Communications Security (COMSEC) Materials, e.g. receive, transfer, destroy troubleshoot, safeguard, and make ready

Operate Complex Audio and Visual Entertainment Systems, e.g. Satellite Television, and Cinematic Equipment; this Includes Acquiring, Storing, Accounting for Enormous Line Item Film Inventories

Use, and Interpret Technical Publications, and Schematic Drawings while Applying Electronic Theory to Resolve Complications with Communications, and Automation Systems

»United States Navy

-Intelligence Specialist

Conducted electronic publishing of classified, and unclassified publications, reports, and messages via JWICS, SIPRnet, NIPRnet

Reported sensitive electronic information to top level decision makers

Secured inventory of communications security (comsec) materiel

Research, an analysis of classified information for briefings, and reports, e.g. Order of battle (oob), geo-political , signals intelligence (sigint), and communications intelligence (comint)

Catalogued, issued, and acquired technical manuals, and geospatial products

Processed, and disseminated external, and internal request for information

Conduct classified briefings

Imagery analysis

Prepared planning materials for photographic reconnaissance missions

Preparing reports, graphics, overlays and photo/map composites

Maintaining intelligence databases, libraries and file which stored highly classified information

Providing input to, and receive data from computerized intelligence systems

Other Experience

»United States Navy

General Operations

Ensured personnel adhered to organization policies and procedures.

Directed and delegated the activities of the 15 personnel

Administered counsel, training, and coaching to personnel that was in alignment with departmental goals

Directly responsible for the receipt, distribution, and security of a high value inventories

Ensure proper care and maintenance of equipment

Issued, corrected and reviewed operation correspondence

Performed most white collar administrative duties as directed

Ensured over 1,800 personnel adhered to organization security procedures

Conducted criminal investigations

Performed base access and entry control operations

Provided protective services to high ranking officials and dignitaries

Records management


University of Phoenix 2014

B.A. Management


Security Plus



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Active top secret security clearance

Recognized by chief executive officer performance

Recognized by senior director for performance at two separate organizations

Current U.S. passport

Hand selected by chief executive officer to maintain organization intranet

CAC card

TWIC card

Open to travel up to 60 days per year, and positions in remote areas i.e. Other countries

Open to work in shipboard, or field environment

Open to, and possess the ability to cross training to meet operational requierments

Open to shift work

Open to working late, and three weekends a month, and 50 weeks a year

Microsoft office w/ extensive work with powerpoint, and publisher, excel

Strong organization, and time management

Simple key loader


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