- Responsibilities consist of managing equipment maintenance.
- New Equipment fielding.
- Inspect, log, and organize all unit equipment for major inspection.
- Lead in day to day unit level operations.
- Deployment April 2011-April 2012
- Secure, and Prepare vehicle for operations.
- Perform navigation during operations.
- To conduct reconisannce and report everything observed and heard to my first line leader.
- To conduct security operations through out our stronghold.
- To keep noise and light disipline at all time when in a “combat area”
- Capable of working under stress, with minimal or no sleep.
cavalry scout (basic training/ait)
- Uphold and live the army values.
- Express leadership and confidence through anything that I do.
- Attracted recognition for adaptability in all aspects and numerous different fields of service.
- Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments.
- Build bonds with strangers to consistently build trust and respect.
- Ensure that my battle buddies are doing the right thing at the right time.
- Maintain discipline, remaining calm under stress.
- Perform basic soldiering tasks (i.e. Weapon qualification, Physical Fitness, Up to Date Annual Briefings, Map reading, Equipment Checks)
- Maintain Military Drivers License, perform basic vehicle maintenance and Pre-Combat checks
- Obtain and analyze information and pass down to Junior Enlisted soldiers.
- Conduct Reconaissance and Specific job duties relative to mission (training and actual)
- Maintain readiness, be sure other soldiers are readily available when needed. (i.e Accountability)
- Utilize Government software and maintain security clearance on intel.
- Maintained government issued equipment, to include heavy machinery.
- Maintained all government regulated personal fitness and trained skill standards for the duration of enlistment.
- Successfully trained and led soldiers, subordinates, and civilian contractors as dictated by higher leadership and mission.
- Completed a combat deployment from Dec. 2007 to March 2009. Was honorably discharged in 2012.