LTC Bink Romanick
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LTC Bink Romanick

Dates of Service: Feb 1966 - Jul 2000
RETIRED
93% Complete
314 Contacts
Influence Score: 310,747
94 out of 523,217 Veterans

Promotions

  • CPL Sep 69
  • SGT Oct 69
  • SSG Apr 73
  • 2LT Aug 74
  • 1LT Aug 76
  • CPT Sep 78
  • MAJ Apr 89
  • LTC Sep 96
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Professional Summary 

I had 34 yrs service in combat arms. Most of my experience was at the battalion level and some at higher headquarters. My experience was in armor and mechanized units and in a Maintenance Bn as an EM. I have a pretty extensive military and civilian education. My career was a typical full time NG officers career path. I have been retired for 15 years and miss it every day. Stay on the tank!

Military Experiences

Dec 1990 - Jul 1998
Budget Officer/ Comptroller
Serves as primary staff officer for resource management (such as, funds, manpower, and so forth). Plans, develops, justifies, analyzes and executes programs/budgets. Advises on matters pertaining to programing/budgeting, finance and accounting, cost analysis, management practices, and review and analysis.
Jan 1982 - Nov 1990
S1 (Full Time Unit Supervisor)
Also served as XO Directing the efforts of coordinating and special staff officers. Establishing, managing, and enforcing the staff planning time line (per the commander's guidance). Conducting staff training. Ensuring staff work conforms to the mission, commander's guidance, and time available. Ensuring the staff integrates and coordinates its activities internally. Informing the commander, Executive Officer, other primary staff officers, and Battalions about new missions, instructions, and developments. Ensuring the staff renders assistance to subordinate commanders and staffs. Integrating risk management across the staff throughout the operations process. Maintaining knowledge of all directives, orders, and instructions the commander issues to the staff, Battalion commanders, and subordinate units. Exercising coordinating staff responsibility for the sp
Oct 1980 - Dec 1981
Company Commander
Also full time Battalion Supervisor. Commanded the HHC of a Mechanized Infantry Bn. Responsible for the administration, feeding, training of HHC troops, logistical support of the Bn Hqs. Performed as Hqs Comdt.
Sep 1978 - Sep 1980
Battalion Intelligence Officer (S2) (Full time Training Officer)
Provides the commander with all-source intelligence assessments and estimates at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels dealing with enemy capabilities, intentions, vulnerabilities, effects of terrain and weather on operations, and predicts enemy courses of action. Directs tasking of intelligence collection assets; produces threat estimates to support doctrine, training; and combat developments; ensures proper dissemination of intelligence information and products; manages interrogation operations of enemy prisoners of war and line crossers; interprets imagery from overhead and other systems; directs counterintelligence and operational security operations.

Deployments(s)

(7 months)
Sep 2001 - Feb 2002
9/11 Recovery NYC
Supported recovery operations following the 9/11 attack
Sep 1983
North Jersey Floods
Humanitarian assistance for widespread floods

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

Nov 1994 - May 1996

Army Comptroller Course (Ext)

Jan 1981 - Jul 1983

US Army Command & General Staff Course - RC

Feb 1981 - Jun 1983

USMC Command And Staff College (Ext)

Apr 1976 - Oct 1977

Armor Officer Advance Course (RC)

Individual & Special Skill Schools

Jul 2006

Radiological Monitor

Mar 1997 - May 1997

Professional Military Comptroller Course

1979 - 1980

Naval War College-International Relations Module

Apr 1976 - Jun 1976

Motor Officer Course

Certifications

2015

Master Military Emergency Management Specialist SGAUS

May 2010

Certified Homeland Security Professional

2006

Radiological Emergency Response Operations

0

CERT Instructor

Foreign Language Skills

1977

German (2/2)

1972

Spanish (2+/2+)

0

Russian (1+/1)

Security Clearance
Prefer not to say

Academic Degrees & Civilian Bio

Academic Degrees

1967 - 1972

Civilian Bio

I have been active in community service since retirement. I have served in the local volunteer fire department. I have been a Forest Fire Warden. I've coached youth hockey and served on the township recreation committee. I have been active in the Coast Guard Auxiliary. I've tried to give back, because this country has given me so much. I've studied terrorism and insurgency since the 70s and do terrorism analysis and defense analysis.

Civilian Experiences

Nov 2006 - Present
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Retired LTC USA
May 2015 - Present
National Executive Officer and Corporate Vice President.
As National Executive Officer, I coordinate the activities of the national staff, monitor the various programs of USABOT. Insure that the directives of the national commander are fully implemented. I also direct the activities of the special staff. As corporate vice president, I monitor the activities of the corporate staff of a 501c3 corporation.
Aug 2014 - Present
National Chief of Staff
Coordinate the activities of the staff of the United States Army Brotherhood of Tankers, Inc. A veterans organization for Tankers and Mehanics who worked on tanks. The organization was founded to enhance brotherhood among tankers and preserve armor history. We currently have 5900 members. I direct the efforts of coordinating and special staff officers. Establishing, managing, and enforcing the staff planning time line (per the commander's guidance). Conducting staff training. Ensuring staff work conforms to the mission, commander's guidance, and time available. Ensuring the staff integrates and coordinates its activities internally. Informing the commander, Executive Officer, other primary staff officers, and Battalions about new missions, instructions, and developments. Ensuring the staff renders assistance to subordinate commanders and staffs. Maintaining knowledge of all directives, orders, and instructions the commander issues to the staff, Battalion commanders, and subordinate units. Exercising coordinating staff responsibility for the special staff.r
Jun 2014 - Present
Director, Board of Directors
The Board will support the work ofUSABOT and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance. While day-to-day operations are led by USABOTs Commander (CEO), the Board-Commander relationship is a partnership, and the appropriate involvement of the Board is both critical and expected. Specific Board Member responsibilities include: Leadership, governance and oversight Serving as a trusted advisor to the Commander as s/he develops and implements USABOTs strategic plan Reviewing outcomes and metrics created by USABOT for evaluating its impact, and regularly measuring its performance and effectiveness using those metrics; reviewing agenda and supporting materials prior to board and committee meetings Approving USABOTs annual budget, audit reports, and material business decisions; being informed of, and meeting all, legal and fiduciary responsibilities Contributing to an annual performance evaluation of the Commander Assisting the board chairman in identifying and recruiting other Board Members Partnering with the Commander and other board members to ensure that board resolutions are carried out Serving on committees or task forces and taking on special assignments.x

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