SFC Chem Bev Specialist

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Dates of Service: Mar 1981 - Oct 2002
RETIRED
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  • PVT Mar 81
  • PV2 1981
  • PFC 1982
  • SPC 1982
  • SGT 1983
  • SSG 1994
  • SFC 1997

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Bio 

Dedicated and focused always lead by example and never afraid to get in and help whenever and where ever needed. Proactive independent worker able to identify problems and find solutions. Quick and eager to learn conscientious and dependable. Great customer service skills

Military Experiences

Sep 1999 - Sep 2002
Artillery Branch Safty Officer
I ran Artillery Branch at Range Controll, this was my favorite job. The biggest accomplishment I made was being able to change the way training for MLRS Bn's was being conducted in Europe. At the time an MLRS launcher would pull up to a firing point, used canned data and fire. I was able to create MLRS firing areas, that a launcher could travle in allowing them to shoot from anywhere in that area. compute the firing and safty data, fire then scoot to a hide position. Train as you fight.
Jan 1996 - Sep 1999
Operations NCO
Post Taskings NCO, Operations NCO DPTM
1995 - 1996
Fire Controll NCO
Plt SSG and Bn FDC Chief, 2nd tour in 2nd D, 10 years apart went back to the same unit same section.
1992 - 1995
Fire Controll NCO
Bn FDC Chief / We tested the M109A5 Hip How, after changes and the end of a 2 year period we had the M109A6 that our Bn Commander named the Palidan

Deployments

(5 months)
Jan 1992 - May 1992
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Operation Desert Shield/Storm
3AD, HHB, 2nd Bn 82nd FA, BN FDC

Military Credentials

Certifications
Security Clearance
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