Subject Matter Expert – Threat Tec LLC
Phenix City, AL
November 2015 to Present
Responsible for coordinating battle plans and executing missions during multiple Network Integration Experiments (NIE), Simulation Experiments (SIMEX) utilizing ONESAF and Army Warfighting Assessment utilizing JCATS. Serve as the Subject Matter Expert for emerging simulation
programs to assist with US Army approval.
September 2012 to September 2015
Position involves performing systems training analysis and integration of Live, Virtual, and
Constructive training supporting the current and future maneuver forces. Providing written input to
STRAC for transformation in accordance with current TRADOC Regulation 350-70, Systems approach to Training Management, Processes and Products when changes occur to the Systems Branch
STRAC analyst. Reviewing all Action Officers STRAPS and provide recommendations for Integration
Strategy of TADSS supporting current and future maneuver forces. Capture any updates from these
reviews and input them into the Maneuver TADSS strategy as required. Ensure any changes or additions to the resource requirements from these updated strategies are briefed at the bi-annual
MCoE TSS-R. Coordinate support for Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES)
development, testing, and fielding as required by the Government.
January 2011 to September 2012
Same as above
December 2008 to December 2010
Position involves providing assistance to the PM NV RSTA Equipment fielding coordination chief and required experience with training or field service in a military environment desired. Acts independently as the technical representative for the fielding teams and resolves problems as they occur. Traveling to varied locations and military installations throughout Iraq in support of integration, test, operation,
technical analysis, and training personnel on elevated platforms (aerostats and/or towers) for communications relay and force protection/area surveillance (optic/infrared), in support of U.S. Forces in Iraq. Participates in, and conducts technical training programs for the RAID tower and AEROSTAT
systems. Writes training programs, including outlines, text, handouts, tests, and designs hands on training exercises. Lectures class on safety, installation, programming, maintenance, and repair of
software and equipment, using handouts and texts. Administers written and practical exams and writes
performance reports to evaluate trainees’ performance at the conclusion of training mission. Installs,
maintains tests, troubleshoots, and repairs switches, cables, and other telecommunications equipment in the field to ensure optimum network usage and quality. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals
February 2007 to December 2008
1st BN, 29th REGT, FBGA
(02/2007 – 12/2008) Mechanized Infantry Leaders Course (MILC) Instructor/Writer
Team Chief for the Mechanized Leaders Course which supervised five other instructors, two of equal grade, instructs and mentors Soldiers in the ranks of Staff Sergeant through Major, on the Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV). Provide Subject Matter Expertise in small unit (Squad, Platoon and Company) of military tactics and doctrine to:
Develop tactical level operations orders and supporting overlays for use in MILC.
Provide expertise in Small Unit Tactics, Techniques and Procedures for Dismounted Infantry at the Squad, Platoon and Company levels.
Formulate training concepts and develop training scenarios aligned to specific Mission Essential Task Lists, Battle Drills and Army Training Support Packages.
Develop Programs of Instruction and prepare written training materials for MILC.
August 2005 to January 2007
Principle trainer and supervisor for 33 personnel, one of equal grade, responsible for conducting USAIS
Convoy life fire training for BCT, ITB, NCOA, BOLC and tenant units. Plans, coordinates, and executes
life fire training with inexperienced personnel engaging stationary targets from a moving vehicle.
Required recent combat experience leading small units in tactical infantry operations and Village
Stability Operations. Safely conducted numerous iterations of training without injury at one of only three
ranges on the installation considered by the CG high risk training exercises. Supervises maintenance on fifteen trucks and eight HMMVs in support reoccurring training cycles. Assisted in the development and implementation of the existing Program of Instruction (POI).
January 2003 to December 2004
Responsible for developing a gunnery training program for a battalion of over 700 personnel during numerous maneuver and task organized live-fire training exercises. Works directly with the installation Directorate of Operations and Training. Serves as subject matter expert on material and weapon systems. Works directly with counterparts at Brigade to provide detailed training plans that support the unit’s wartime mission. Participates in the development of materials, weapons system training and strategies. Developed long range and near-term training plans for personnel at different echelons with tactical scenarios that required maneuver commanders to accomplish collective tasks, battle drills, and crew drills from their METL.
BS in Accounting
January 2013 to December 2016
• 10+ years of experience as a training specialist.
• Darla Moore School of Business, Business Analytics Certification.
• Experience with TRADOC and Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE)
Programs of Instruction.
• Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS) and US Army System Training Plans
• Excellent computer skills including experience with Microsoft Office Word and Excel. Knowledgeable in the operation of word processors, PC computers and software.