1SG Steven Stankovich
Dates of Service: Oct 1990 - Oct 2017
Influence Score: 399,828
129 out of 681,594 Veterans
129 out of 681,594 Veterans
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Retired Senior Noncommissioned Officer with 27 years of service as a Cavalry Scout and Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence Senior Sergeant in the United States Army. Leadership experience spans 22 of those years ranging from a team leader in charge of three Soldiers to a Military Intelligence Company 1SG managing over 575 Soldiers, Department of the Army Civilians and Contractors.
Feb 2016 - Oct 2017
Battalion S3 Operations NCOIC
Served as Battalion Operations NCOIC in a Forward Collection Battalion based in Germany with over 268 military, civilian and contractor personnel and subordinate elements geographically dispersed in 17 locations across 11 countries; facilitates the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) for the command group and six subordinate command teams; writes, disseminates, and executes Operation Orders, Fragmentary Orders, and Warning Orders; coordinates and synchronizes logistical and administrative support among local agencies and authorities to facilitate doctrinally sound, realistic, and efficient training; manages and professionally develops eight military personnel.
Aug 2015 - Jan 2016
Served as the First Sergeant of a 70-Soldier, theater-level, signals intelligence company that conducts forward deployed signals survey, collection, and exploitation in support of United States Army Europe (USAREUR) and United States Africa (USARAF) requirements, provides daily operational support to three operational missions, and, on order, deploys tailored intelligence teams in support of USAREUR, USARAF, and other unified land operations. Responsible for the health, morale, welfare, discipline, command climate, and retention of Soldiers.
Nov 2012 - Jul 2015
Group S3 NCOIC
Served as Group S3 NCOIC of a combined Military Intelligence Group conducting sensitive CI operations and investigations in support of Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) across Europe, Afghanistan, Iraq and the Balkans; directs training for 200 personnel geographically dispersed in 19 separate offices across 12 countries; serves as the senior approving official for all official travel; provides operational validation of all purchases within Group; executes APFT, Weight Control and weapons qualification; responsible for the readiness and welfare 29 Soldiers and Civilians.
Nov 2009 - Jul 2012
First Sergeant for the Battalion Headquarters Company accountable for three Military Intelligence Occupational Specialty Courses and one functional course; responsible for the overall yearly training of over 3,000 Soldiers; oversees the management of over 166 Military Cadre support Soldiers, over 400 civilian contractors and 108 DoD Civilians; advises the Commander on Soldier health, welfare, safety and accountability issues; provides logistical, security and maintenance supervision of five installation buildings, two training facilities and three field training sites worth over $40,000,000.
Deployments(2 years, 9 months)
Oct 2008 - Oct 2009
May 2004 - May 2005
Professional Development Schools
May 2013 - Aug 2013
Aug 2007 - Jan 2008
Sep 2003 - Nov 2003
Individual & Special Skill Schools
SHARP 80 Hour Certification Course
Ask, Care, Escort - Suicide Intervention Train the Trainer
Top Secret/SCI or higher
Sep 2017 - Present
SFL-TAP Subject Matter Expert - Intelligence Analyst
I currently serve as a Management Consultant III - Transition SME and Intelligence Analyst for the Soldier for Life - Transition Assistance Program at HRC at Fort Knox, Ky. I possess a comprehensive knowledge of a wide range of concepts, principles, and practices. I provide original analysis, which characterizes all aspects of socio-economic factors that influence Army Soldiers' ability to attain civilian employment, by extrapolating and fusing data from multiple sources. I analyze data from various sources (e.g. transition, Unemployment Compensation for Ex-Service Members (UCX), etc.)to make recommendation to the Government regarding program direction,clarification/changes to policies,and overall program effectiveness.