LTC Albert Shrecengost
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LTC Albert Shrecengost

Dates of Service: May 1979 - Jun 2007
RETIRED
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Promotions

  • 2LT May 79
  • 1LT May 82
  • CPT Nov 87
  • MAJ Nov 95
  • LTC Apr 01
Commissioning Source:  ROTC, May 1979

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Bio 

I bring over 33 Years of US Army experience with Air Defense working with Short Range Gun and Missile Systems up to Ballistic Missile Defense Systems. I am a Military and Civilian Instructor/Curriculum developer, a seasoned operations officer. I have been responsible for managing equipment and personnel that were both developmental and Operational.

Military Experiences

Jan 2005 - Mar 2007
JFCC-IMD
DIRECTOR, BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM ASSET MANAGEMENT
From December 2004 until 1 March 2007, I ensured that the entire BMDS system maintained the capability to respond to missile attacks in accordance/as prescribed by the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Commander of US NORTHCOM.
Oct 2003 - Dec 2004
Ballistic Missile Defense Planner
From OCT 2003 to DEC 2004 Supervised the Critical Action Team (CAT) operations in support of the BMDS transition to operations. Developed the scheduling process and refined it during the Progression to Alert period when the BMDS was being installed and established to have a limited engagement capability.
May 2002 - Sep 2003
Battalion Commander
Commanded the Air Defense Artillery Military Occupational Skill Qualification (MOSQ) training for Region F of the Army Training Management System. Managed instructors providing classes for Stinger missile (MANPADS), Avenger missile systems, and for the Patriot Missile Launchers.
Aug 2001 - May 2002
93rd TC
S2/S3
Served as the Operations, Training, and Intelligence Officer for the Commander, 93rd Troop Command Published and reviewed the current and future (next 3-5 years) training plans for the Brigade Sized Unit Supervised the completion of physical security inspections. Managed the mobilization of 600 soldiers in 2 battalion sized units during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Deployments(s)

(1 year, 4 months)
Sep 2012 - Aug 2013
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Jan 1996
Japan
Japan
ADA Brigade Ops Player- controlled Patriot units
May 1993 - Jul 1993
Afesr
Operation Southern Watch
Liaison Officer between the Patriot Unit on Rotation and the Royal Saudi Air Force.

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

Ended in Jun 2004

BMDS Staff Officer Course

Ended in 1999

Correspondence phase of Intelligence transition course

Ended in Jun 1985

ADA Officers Advance Course

Additional Specialization(s)
Security Clearance
Secret

Academic Degrees

Academic Degrees

1999 - 2001

University of Phoenix, MBA-Global Management

Civilian Experiences

Aug 2014 - Present
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Team Leader
Supervise a group of IT, Computer, and General Maintenance professionals to ensure that Abrams. Bradley, and Stryker crews are provided with the most realistic training experience possible.
Sep 2012 - Aug 2013
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Primary Training and Air Defense Doctrine Advisor
During this period, I worked with senior Iraqi Officers developing new training doctrine for their Army, Air Force, and Navy. This required mentoring, coaching, teaching, and proofing three manuals developed by these officers. Numerous briefings, outlines, and numerous reference materials were provided to these officers to aid them in the completion of documents. When my duties were completed, I established the training area and developed operations procedures for the team. I ensured that training material were prepared for the instructors in time to immediately start teaching.
Jun 2012 - Sep 2012
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MDA/BC Asset Manager
During the period I was the asset manager for C2BMC, I maintained a 100% operational availability for the Command Control Ballistic Missile Computer System (C2BMC) program. The system valued at over $5 Million dollars is operated by over 60 Military personnel and maintained by over 80 contractor personnel throughout the world. The system provides missile early warning information and engagement information to the release authority. I scheduled over 20 Integrated Ground and Flight tests that cost over $20 Million dollars each and employed several hundred people.

Personal Information

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