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SFC(R) Davis has deployed to Operation Uphold Democracy Haiti,1994-1995-3/62 ADA FT.Drum, NY; Operation Iraqi Freedom I, II, and III (2003, 2004-2005) respectively with the 513th TC FT. Lewis, WA; OIF-VI, HHC ASG Camp Arifjan Area Support Group (ASG), Kuwait 2008-2009, and Operation New Dawn, 6th Trans Battalion 2011-2012, Operation Enduring Freedom, BAF, Afghanistan 2013-2014 15th BSB 2/1 CAV DIV
Jan 2014 - Dec 2014
S3 Operations NCOIC
Served as the Battalion S3 NCOIC in the 15th BSB, 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division; responsible for ensuring operations and training are planned for a Brigade Support Battalion of over 490 personnel. Responsible for preparing, authenticating, and publishing Battalion-level operations orders. Recommends priorities for allocating critical resources of the command including time, personnel, supplies, and equipment. Ensures that training requirements for combat are oriented on conditions and standards of combat. Prepares and executes training programs, directives, orders, planning and conducting field exercises.
May 2013 - Jan 2014
S3 Operations NCOIC/Senior Truckmaster, Afghanistan (FWD)
Battletracks, personel, operations, equipment and logistics (CL 1-X) supplies for the 2/1 CAV Theater Assistance Force (TAF) in Afghanistan all 4 Regional Commands (RCs). Briefs Battalion Commander/CSM during the Morning Stand-up Brief.
Sep 2012 - Apr 2013
Serves as Truckmaster in a Distribution Company (Alpha) 15th Brigade Support Battalion, 2D Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division responsible for coordinating, supervising, and controlling all company missions and operations; coordinates and controls the availability of 25 M1074 LHS trucks with trailers, 10 M1078 LMTVs, 16 M969, 15 M1088, 3 M1075 PLS, 24 MRAPS, 10 Water Handling Units and 6 M1097 HMMWVs valued at $125,000,000; supervises administrative functions for the Operations Section to include drivers training and licensing program, operational records, mileage reporting.
Aug 2010 - Aug 2012
Serves as the Battalion Master Drivers and Convoy Logistic Patrol Academy NCOIC for Joint Logistics Task Force 6 in support of five Army Transportation Companies and two Air Force Medium Truck Detachments providing theater distribution support to ARCENT, United States Forces Iraq and Afghanistan; responsible for the training and licensing of 1,200 Soldiers and Airman that conduct Convoy Logistics Patrols (CLPs) in Kuwait/Iraq and throughout the Afghanistan combat theater; responsible for the Battalion Drivers and CLP Academy which instructs and trains Soldiers/Airman in the IJOA.
Deployments(s)(4 years, 8 months)
Jul 2013 - Jan 2014
Apr 2011 - Apr 2012
Feb 2008 - Feb 2009
Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF)
Highway Operations Sergeant, worked with the Installation Transportation Office(ITO) and the Directorate of Logistisics (DOL) for Area Support Group (ASG-Kuwait) in the Transportation Motor Pool working contracts and NTVs.
Jun 2004 - Jun 2005
Professional Development Schools
Individual & Special Skill Schools
Academic Degrees & Civilian Bio
Feb 2015 - Present
LOGISTIC SUPPORT 3
Serves as a Logistics Support 3 responsible for chain logistics support; receiving, processing, stowing, picking, kitting and packing of TOA material / item types (NSNs) into deployable containers for four (4) Naval Cargo Handling Battalion (NCHB) and Navy Expeditionary Logistics Regiment (NELR) Table of Allowance (TOA). Provide quality production and support for building Assembly / Facility as directed by the Team lead, Production LMA and Production Manager. •Responsible for the efficient warehouse management and space utilization for over 250,000 TOA material assets in three (3) separate warehouses. •Maintain knowledge and proficiency in the project Automated Information Technology (AIT) / Automated Information Data Capture (ADIC) program to maintain Total Asset Visibility (TAV) of all material assets. •Employ logistical research skills utilizing DoD/Federal government and Navy resources as required. •Conduct packing / load planning for equipment and material for load-out and mount-out of TOA material into deployable containers. Conduct QA audits and inventories as directed
Dec 2014 - Jan 2015
Sergeant First Class (Retired, Active Regular Army)-United States Army
At the Command Post for Fort Home-Sweet Home. Executing family time and a technical/tactical strategy approach (transition) to the Civilian World. Moving into the future and staying poised about the future in respects to job searching. Retired but still Serving "Duty Honor Country" REMINISCING: SERVING WITH THE BEST ARMY UNITS: 1990-1991 3RD ARMORED DIVISION 1991- 32d ARMY AIR and MISSILE DEFENSE COMMAND (AAMDC) 1991-1992 8TH INFANTRY DIVISION 1992- 1ST ARMORED DIVISION 1992-1993 7TH INFANTRY DIVISION 1993-1997 10TH MOUNTAIN DIVISION 1997-2000 1ST ARMORED DIVISION 2000-2006 593RD CORPS SUPPORT GROUP 2006-2007 UNITED STATES ARMY INFANTRY SCHOOL 2007-2008 192 INFANTRY BRIGADE 2008-2009 3RD ARMY U.S. ARMY CENTRAL 2009-2012 7th SUSTAINMENT BRIGADE 2012-2014 1ST CAVARLY DIVISION
Started in Feb 2015
Logistic Support 3
Provides support to the logistics function preparing logistics documentation to establish the range and depth of spares, tools, test equipment and related manuals to be deployed and stocked. Determines maintenance and repair materials required for deployment. Modifies maintenance records such as repair standards for more complex equipment or components. Develops requisitions for and manages records of equipment, components, repair parts and related manuals; tracks logistics materials and parts for proper allocation of storage facilities; reviews configuration changes to evaluate impact on logistics deployment; documents equipment, component and parts conditions; and identifies logistic support documentation to be included such as drawings, technical manuals, and maintenance requirements.