CPT Ray Gilmore

CPT Ray Gilmore

Dates of Service: Aug 2001 - Apr 2009
RETIRED
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Promotions

  • 2LT Aug 01
  • 1LT Jun 03
  • CPT Apr 05
Commissioning Source:  ROTC, Aug 2001

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Bio 

Happily married, father of 5, who spends his time, volunteering with local philanthropies ranging in focus from youth sports, to veteran services.

Military Experiences

Jan 2008 - Apr 2009
3-85 MTN IN (WTU)
Warrior in Transition
Received medical evaluation, treatment, and retirement for injuries sustained in the line of duty while deployed to Afghanistan.
Sep 2006 - Jan 2008
Combat Advisor
Embedded Trainer for the Afghan National Army, advising an Afghan Army Colonel in all matters relating to Civil Affairs and Non-Lethal Operations in an Area of Responsibility, roughly the size of New England. The responsibilities of this job include but are not limited to coordinating for Humanitarian Assistance for the Local National population, conducting key leader engagements with village elders, and governmental agencies as well as managing more than 45 civil construction projects valued in excess of 1.5 million dollars
Jul 2005 - Apr 2006
2nd BSTB
Assistant S3 (Training & Plans)
Assistant S3 for the transformed 2d Brigade Combat Team’ s Special Troops Battalion (BSTB), consisting of organic engineer, military intelligence, and signal companies, as well as military police, chemical, and other low-density assets. Responsible for daily battle tracking of all current operations within the Battalion, to include all training events. Serves as Battalion action officer for Transformation, coordinating and managing all Transformation-related new equipment fielding's and training classes. Responsible for planning and resourcing select Battalion training events.
Jun 2004 - Jun 2005
Executive Officer
Executive Officer of a combat engineer company organic to a 500-Soldier brigade special troop's battalion in the 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) prepared to rapidly deploy worldwide. Responsible for the maintenance management, resource planning and logistics operations for a 76-Soldier company. Acts as the company commander in the commander’s absence. Responsible for the training, morale and welfare of a six Soldier headquarters section. Serves as the OIC of the Brigade Rear Engineer Cell and advises the BSB/BSA commander on all aspects of mobility and survivability.

Deployments

(2 years, 9 months)
Jan 2007 - Dec 2007
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Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) - Afghanistan
Civil Affairs Team Leader - Combat Advisor
Jan 2004 - Jun 2004
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Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) - Afghanistan
Battalion Level, Logistical Supply Officer (S4) and Battalion Maintenance Officer (BMO)
Sep 2002 - Nov 2003
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South Korea
Platoon Leader

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

Jan 2002 - Jun 2002

Engineer Officer Basic Course (ENOBC)

Security Clearance
Other

Academic Degrees

Academic Degrees

2008 - 2010

White Mountain Community College

Associate Degree, Nursing

2006 - 2007

Webster University

Master's Degree, Public Administration / Project Management

1996 - 2001

University of Vermont

Bachelor's Degree, Biology

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