Andrew Smith

287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000

(000) 000-0000

Professional Summary

I have received  awards and ranks while enlisted in the National Guard. My highest rank is E-4 Corporal where I am a team leader. I served for 6 years and am in good standing with my leadership.

 I have been to several management  training classes with McDonald’s and over the years self taught how to work on equipment such as HVAC, ice machines, Grills, Fryers, and many more. 

Employment history

Infantryman (11B), Pouros-Heathcote. Port Kent, Vermont
May. 2015 – Present
 The infantry is the main land combat force and backbone of the Army. They are responsible for defending our country against any threat by land, as well as capturing, destroying and repelling enemy ground forces. 

  • Perform as a member of a fire team during drills and combat
  • Aid in the mobilization of vehicles, troops and weaponry
  • Assist in reconnaissance missions
  • Process prisoners of war and captured documents
  • Use, maintain and store combat weapons (e.g., rifles, machine guns, antitank mines, etc.)

General Manager, Roob-Dicki. New Ezekielhaven, Wyoming
May. 2016 – Present
As the General Manager at McDonald’s I led a team of 70 to 90 staff to run a profitable restaurant by  making sure we met our critical customer standards of Quality, Service and Cleanliness. The responsibilities i had while in this position are listed.

– Business planning. plan and project monthly Profit and Loss. prepare manager meetings
-Food safety. ensure 100% daily/monthly food safety completion
-Internal Communications (merchandising). Oversee proper execution of advertisement. 
-Inventory management. Weekly and Monthly
– People practices. Schedule and deliver crew orientation. review crew performance. Administer crew and manager wages.
-Planned  and daily maintenance (equipment). trouble shoot equipment failure. hire and train employees to maintain equipment. 
-safety and security. Plan and lead safety committee meetings.

Performance targets
– Sales growth
– Transaction growth
– Restaurant profit
– Manager and crew staffing levels
– operations review results


West West Virginia Institute, Port Richardfort, Connecticut
McDonald's program, Buisness, Jul. 2016

South Abshire, East Penny, Georgia
did not take for a degree, Public speeking, Feb. 2015


Team Leader (speaking to a team)

Planned mainenace ( troble shoot equipment)

Holpitality ( People skills)


  • Guard and secure area, vital installations, important persons
  • Outstanding physical stamina for required strenuous activity
  • Located and neutralized IEDs mines and other explosive devices.
  • Conducted weapons placement after potential battle terrain evaluation.
  • Inspected field communications equipment for defects and reported same promptly to superior officers.
  • Operated and maintained a variety of weapons equipment vehicles and systems.
  • Cleaned and ensured storage of machine guns rifles anti-tank mines and other assorted combat weaponry.


  • Patrol assigned areas and report unusual activities.
  • As a team leader I had to coordinate with the squad leader and achieve given tasks to my team in a timely fashion.
  • Qualify and learn weapons assigned to soldiers.
  • Search vehicles at entry control point, and conduct quick reaction force missions.
  • Deployed twice over seas in Qatar September 2017 – July 2018 and August 2018 to April 2019.
  • Recieved four army achievement medals during this time .


  • Basic training 
  • Listen and react to orders.
  • Demonstrate Integrity and Initiative.
  • Work under pressure and under harsh conditions.
  • Learned to work as a team fast and efficiently. 
  • Fast adapter to the surroundings.

infantryman, driver

  • Ensure troops and cargo are secure
  • Drive a wide variety of vehicles
  • Instruct other soldiers how to safely drive and maneuver difficult terrains
  • Pull security    


  • Completed a 9 month Deployment to Guantanamo Bay; conducted numerous tower guard operations and participated on quick reaction force. Conducted patrols and roving guard.
  • Participated in missions in surrounding areas.
  • Supervised location, construction, and concealment of infantry positions and equipment.
  • Operated and maintained a variety of weapons equipment, vehicles, ad systems.
  •   Perform routine preventive maintenance to ensure that machines continue to run smoothly, building systems operate efficiently, or the physical condition of buildings does not deteriorate. 
  •   Perform general cleaning of buildings or properties. 
  •   Follow procedures for the use of chemical cleaners and power equipment to prevent damage to floors and fixtures. 


  • Military First Aid
  • Basic Military Qualifications
  • Dp1 Mod 1
  • Dp1 Mod 2


  • Aided in the mobilization of vehicles, troops and weaponry
  • Assisted in reconnaissance missions
  • Used, maintained and stored combat weapons (e.g., rifles, machine guns, antitank mines, etc.)
  • Supervised team of 3-4 members
  • Instructed incoming soldiers on current weapon systems
  • Organized and maintained an arms room containing approximately 2 million dollars worth of equipment 


  • Wide experience in a variety of military operational procedures
  • Strong expertise in weapons operation and maintenance
  • Excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Exceptional ability to conduct reconnaissance operations
  • Sound skills in handling fluid high-stress situations
  • Superior terrain evaluation abilities
  • High ability to follow oral and written instructions


  • Demonstrate and uphold advanced leadership skills.
  • Perform required maintenance to personal and unit equipment.
  • Continue self development through structured online courses. 
  • Ensure mission readiness and success through skilled planning and training. 
  • Maintain unit cohesion through team building exercises to promote camaraderie. 
  • Conduct physical and technical training to meet unit and government designated standards. 


  • Greatly improve on my teamwork, discipline and leadership skills.
  • Being a part of the military continually teaches me about the importance of personal responsibility and having strong core values to always follow.
  • Voluntarily participate in Croatian War for Independence
  • Execute combat tasks at Small Unit level


  • Constructed and maintained various weapons.
  • Maintained and serviced military vehicles with 100% accountability.
  • Cleaned and ensured storage of multi-million dollar vehicles and assigned equipment.
  • Upheld safety protocols in all performed tasks with no injuries or negative results.
  • Managed grounds and maintenance operations in accordance with general and seasons requirements. 
  • Taught and insured compliance with established safety procedures.
  • Maintained accurate record keeping, including personnel file management and training records.


  • Completed a month long training exercise involving NATO allies in the eastern European country of Lithuania, participating in Operation: Sabre Strike. 
  • Volunteered to complete the Javelin Missile training course to expand my knowledge and training outside my specific occupation specialty.
  • Served as an infantry team member of 8 personnel, working several positions and maintain 100% accountability of all sensitive items.
  • Participated in a security detail for the 2016 Presidential Inauguration, earning the Washington D.C. National Guard Community Service Ribbon.


  • Conducted Basic Combat Training at Ft. Benning, GA.
  • Deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2004 and 2008.
  • Deployed in support of relief efforts in New Orleans, LA after Hurricane Katrina
  • Deployed to Afghanistan, Laghman Province, Camp Methar Lam November 2011-2012.


  • Infantryman at the 101st Airborne “Air assault” division.
  • Operating and maintain weapons assigned to company.
  • Operation Radio’s and programming equipment.   
  •  Provided Security Support for Operation Enduring Freedom. 

infantryman/ vehicle commander

  • Help and aid soldiers in weapons training.
  • Maintain equipment, weapons, and completion of any task required from the senior leadership.
  • Transport Commanding Officer to training sites.
  •  Call for and adjust indirect fire; evaluate terrain and select weapon emplacement; control organic fires; install and recover anti-handing devices on anti-tank mines and electrical and non-electrical demolition charges; supervise the construction of hasty fortifications and receipt, storage, and the issue of ammunition. 


  • Monitored and authorized entrance and departure of vehicles, cargo trucks, and personnel.
  • Inspect equipment, structures and material to identify possible causes of errors and defects.
  •  As an 11B Infantryman, assist in the performance of reconnaissance operations, employ, fire, and recover anti-personnel and anti-tank mines, and locate and neutralize mines, operate, mount/dismount, zero, and engage targets using night vision sight. 
  •  Lead an infantry team in combat operations, providing tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both superiors and subordinates in the accomplishment of their duties; lead, supervise, and train subordinate personnel. 


  • Trained in leadership skills at all levels.
  • Led group of 10-15 soldiers during training and live combat exercises.
  • Responsible for health and welfare of 10-15 soldiers on a day to day basis.
  • Maintain and clean all equipment regularly and fill out deficiency reports on all damaged equipment.


  • Follow Orders accordingly, and in a timely fashion.
  • Train fellow soldiers, sailors, and airmen of all ranks on how to properly execute procedures for various missions.
  • Monitor said personal executing the practice missions.
  • First aid/medical training


  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet junior soldiers’ varying needs, abilities, and interests.
  • Conduct or facilitate training sessions for junior soldiers.
  • Maintained, operated and accounted for over $50,000 worth of equipment.
  • Physically trained for combat.
  • Devised plans and strategies for military movement and operations.


  • Constructed and maintained various weapons
  • Served as an infantry team member of 10 personal working several positions.
  • Supervised a team of 3 military personal and effectively trained others.
  • Successfully graduated Basic Leadership Course and and Infantry OSUT.


  • Currently an E-4 Specialist, in Alpha Company 1-168th Infantry Regiment
  • Performed as a member of a fire team during drills and combat.
  • Used, maintained, and stored weapons of different types. (Rifles, Automatic Weapons, and Machine Guns)
  • Weapons training/tactical training


  • Monitored and authorized entrance and departure of vehicles, cargo trucks, and personnel. 
  • Inspect equipment, structures and material to identify possible causes of errors and defects. 
  • Operate and maintain over $1,000,000 dollars worth of equipment, vehicles, and weapon systems on a daily basis.
  • Perform as a member of a fire team/ squad during drills and combat.
  •  Use, maintain and store combat weapons and equipment (e.g., rifles, machine guns, radios, vehicles, and additional gear).
  • Completed a nine month deployment in Afghanistan participating in Operation: Enduring Freedom; conducted numerous amounts of foot patrols and day/night missions as a Marksman and Radio Telephone Operator. Received a NATO ribbon as well as an Army Commendation Medal for exemplary performance during time overseas.


  • Training in weapons and tactical movements
  • Equipment and weapons maintenance
  • Operate with limited resources in stressful and hostile environments 
  • Recieved honorable discharge at rank of speacialist. 


  • Managed a fire team of four or more men. 
  • Followed direct orders for chain of command.
  • Insured well being and fitness levels for all the men on the team.
  • Maintained discipline and a Professional persona at all times. 

infantryman/ team leader

  • Help and aid soldiers in weapons training. 
  • Maintain equipment, weapons, and completion of any task required from the senior leadership.  
  • Maintain $1,000,000 dollars worth of vehicles, equipment, and weapon systems.
  • Supervising and leading a team of weapons specialists, educating and applying hands-on training for them to succeed in the team’s operations and tasks.
  • Successfully completed Basic Leadership Course (BLC) and Air Assault School and graduated.

infantryman/ deisal mechanic

  • Attended and graduated from Basic training, A.I.T school for mechanic, 1st aid training, Blue force tracking and other certifications.
  • Repaired and drove Mraps and humvees, among other military vehicles.
  • Performed preventative and regular maintenance on vehicles.
  • Deployed, and swithched jobs from mechanic to infantryman.
  • Acted primarily as driver in lead vehicle on missions, and sencondly as on foot patrol, occationaly as gunner
  •  provided security throughout different parts of northern Afghanistan
  • Handeled, trained on, operated and carried M4 rifles along with many other military weapons and gear.

infantryman/ defense travel clerk

  • Coordinate or maintain office tracking systems for correspondence or follow-up actions.Operate weapons and equipment in ground combat operations.
  • Interview individuals to compile information on social, educational, criminal, and institutional history
  • Coordinate with local government to ensure safety and stability
  • Use sound judgement and critical thinking to make decisions on behalf of the Canadian Armed Forces


  • Assigned squad leader in charge of nine personal in the platoon
  • Weapon Specialist 
  • Trained and supervised subordinates in unit standard operating procedures
  • Aided in the operational planning of combat operations
  • Task and maneuver squad element to conduct specific operations
  • Devised and implemented a standard operation procedure using Microsoft Word that was adopted throughout the organization
  • Security Clearance, Secret 

infantryman/psychological tactical operator

  • Analyze and classify risks and investments to determine their potential impacts on local populous
  • Network within communities to develop rapport and partnerships
  • Assist individuals by providing information and resolving their complaints.
  • Answer individuals’ questions, and provide information on procedures or policies.
  • Keep records of assignments and produce detailed work reports and presentations.
  • Providing briefings and presentations to management for decision-making purposes
  • Collect information and make judgments, using interviews, observational techniques, and reviews of documents