SSG Robert Webster
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SSG Robert Webster

Dates of Service: Jan 1976 - Feb 1996
RETIRED
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Promotions

  • PVT Jan 76
  • PV2 Mar 76
  • PFC Jan 77
  • SPC Jul 77
  • SGT Feb 82
  • SSG Apr 83

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Professional Summary 

Personable, Analytical, and Dedicated IT Technician offering broad-based experience providing excellence in operational leadership and customer service. Considerable expertise in design, development, and support of software. Responsible for developing leading-edge training programs, and implementing the strategic operational function for a high-growth organization.

Military Experiences

Jan 1995 - Jan 1996
2nd BCT
Assistant Operations Sergeant
Served as an Assistant Operations Sergeant and Brigade Schools NCO, responsible for coordinating and distributing of all Department of the Army and 82nd Airborne Division school allocations in a 2,800 man Airborne Infantry Brigade that deploys in 18 hours, no notice with a worldwide mission. Responsible for the maintenance and accountability of the Brigade S3 shop’s computers and software valued in excess of $100,000. *Installed and maintained the Brigade S3 computer network in garrison. *Installed and maintained the Brigade Tactical Operations Center computer network in a field environment.
Feb 1994 - Jan 1995
HHC
TOC Shift Supervisor, Training NCO
Training Non Commissioned Officer of a combined ROK/US light infantry battalion that is the most forwardly deployed in the Republic of Korea; assists in the supervision of daily operations and training of a 55 man ROK/US S3 (Operations) shop; responsible for a 24 hour tactical operations center, controlling 2 checkpoints, and training and administering activities in the operations section. Supervise SDT administration and installation security plan which controls $6,000,000 in equipment and facilities.
May 1993 - Feb 1994
2nd BCT
Operations Sergeant
Served as an Assistant Operations Sergeant and Brigade Schools NCO, responsible for coordinating and distributing of all Department of the Army and 82nd Airborne Division school allocations in a 2,800 man Airborne Infantry Brigade that deploys in 18 hours, no notice with a worldwide mission. Responsible for 6 enlisted soldiers’ health, welfare, morale, training, discipline, and counseling. Responsible for the maintenance and accountability of the Brigade S3 shop’s computers and software valued in excess of $100,000.
May 1992 - May 1993
D Co
Supply Sergeant (S4)
Responsible for all supply activities in an Airborne Anti-Armor Company with over $7,500,000 of assigned equipment; responsible for property accountability and management of the most equipment dense line company in the battalion; is additionally responsible for ensuring all hand receipts and individual supply records are continually updated and current. *Automated the company's hand-receipt system.

Deployments(s)

(10 months)
Aug 1990 - Mar 1991
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Oct 1983 - Nov 1983
Afesr
Operation Urgent Fury (Grenada)
Company Operations NCO for C 2/508th PIR, 1st Bde, 82nd Abn Div.

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

1989

Advanced Noncommissioned Officers Course - Infantry

Aug 1982 - Sep 1982

Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course for Comabat Arms

Sep 1979 - Oct 1979

Primary Noncommissioned Officers Course for Combat Arms

Individual & Special Skill Schools

Jan 1984 - Feb 1984

1977

Dragon Weapons Course

Certifications

Feb 1984

Security Clearance
None / Expired

Civilian Experiences

Sep 2014 - Sep 2016
Office Manager
Jul 2014 - Sep 2014
Volunteer
Aug 1996 - Jan 2014
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IT Quality Technician II
Worked as a Software Quality Assurance Analyst for CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business, in their Wichita, KS office. Worked under moderate supervision, conducting a wide range of quality-control tests and analyses to ensure that software meets or exceeds specified standards and end-user requirements. Executed moderately complex tests according to established plans and scripts, documented problems in an issue log, and retested software corrections to ensure problems were resolved using test case management and defect tracking solutions.
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