Influence Score: 19,332
55 out of 5,510 E-9s
55 out of 5,510 E-9s
Oct 2020 - Present
Command Sergeant Major
Responsible for the health, welfare, and professional development of 47 non-commissioned officers who are charged with instructing various Army organizations on matters relating to radio and communications equipment repair, handling, inspection and accountability of ammunition, explosives and their components, maintenance and operation of tracked vehicles, wheeled vehicles and construction equipment.
Dec 2019 - Oct 2020
Dec 2018 - Oct 2019
Senior Signal NCO
Served as the Senior Signal NCO and Assistant COMSEC Area Manager. Assisted in the planning, development, coordination, direction, and supervision of the installation, operation, and management of integrated C2 telecommunications and information management networks. Wrote Command and Control Communications policy. Provided technical advice and assistance to commanders, staff, and subordinate units. Coordinated Signal activities with higher, lower, and adjacent headquarters. Performed Signal staff and senior operations NCO functions, to include writing C4I policy, procedures, operations plans, orders, and reports. Used computers to control and monitor network status in an operational environment.
May 2015 - Dec 2018
Served as the First Sergeant for a 188 member Expeditionary Signal Company providing command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence (C4I) for Battlefield Commanders, Combatant Commanders, and Joint Task Force/Joint Land Force Component Commands (JTF/JFLCC). Implements restoration priorities for microwave, satellite, and VOIP outages. Manages and assists the performance of troubleshooting procedures to rectify deteriorations in the network. Ensures preventive maintenance checks and services are performed on telecommunications systems, vehicles, and associated networking equipment valued at over $30 million. Enforces good order and discipline and military regulatory guidance
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