- Non Commissioned Officer directly in charge of 12 marines and responsible for training and mentoring them to prepare them for combat.
- Served multiple jobs to include machine gunner, team leader, squad leader, and also took charge as a platoon sergeant.
- Accountable for over $50,000 worth of gear and equipment including weapons, ammunition, communication gear, and various types of optics.
- Tasked out to plan and carry out missions using advanced land navigation, map reading, and marksmanship skills to accomplish the mission.
- Awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medel for exceptional performance of duty as a squad leader.
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
- 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/ 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
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.