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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

17142 W. Bent Tree Dr. Xxxxxx, XXXXXX xxxxxx

*** Relocating to Cape Coral/Fort Myers, FL area ***

Summary of Qualifications


  Security management leader with a consistent, proven track record of overseeing large-scale operations.

  Veteran, U.S. Marine Corps, with additional services for the U.S. Department of Defense, State and Army.

  Earned multiple certificates of appreciation for ensuring the safety of personnel in hostile environments.

  Recognized for ensuring the safety of Secretary of State John Kerry during a 35-car motorcade through downtown Baghdad, Iraq.

  Exceptional judgment and a work history of proactively identifying and resolving problems in real time.

  Led teams of up to 120 personnel, with outstanding listening, verbal communication and interpersonal skills.

  Outstanding teamwork and collaboration skills to achieve performance goals in a fast-paced setting.

  Solid time management, attention to detail and organizational skills, including prioritizing tasks.

  Hold a U.S. Government Secret Security Clearance.

  Willing to travel up to 50%.

Areas of Expertise


> Security Management > Team Leadership > Tactical Planning

> Surveillance > Team Training > Counter Assault

> Inventory Management > Performance Evaluations > Standard Operating Procedure Design

Work Experience


Team/Shift Leader, Triple Canopy (for the U.S. Department of State) May 2011-Present

  Based out of Baghdad, Iraq, provide security for the U.S. Ambassador and visiting dignitaries while employment by this private contractor.

  Ensure the safety of visitors, including the Vice President of the U.S., secretaries of State and Defense, U.S. senators and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, among many other leaders.

  Hold the titles of both Shift Leader (SL) and Tactical Commander (TC), and play an integral role on both the Movement Team and Counter Assault Team (CAT).

  Lead a large group of security professionals that protect the U.S. Ambassador and other leaders during their travels throughout Iraq and the Middle East.

  Communicate effectively with leaders across multiple U.S. federal government agencies, as well as those with other federal governments, including the Iraqis.

  Work effectively with security officials with the U.S. Department of Defense, National Security Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation and Central Intelligence Agency.

  Spearhead all training exercises and what if scenarios based on Bureau of Diplomatic Security curriculum.

  Perform surveillance to quell possible attacks as well as counter surveillance in high threat environments.

  Develop and implement new Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) on an as-needed basis.

  Ensure all vehicles, weapons and associated equipment is in optimal working condition at all times.

  Interview candidates for employment opportunities and hire personnel that are an ideal fit.

  Conduct evaluations of individual performance every three months.


  Earned multiple certificates of appreciation for ensuring the safety of personnel in hostile environments.

  Recognized for ensuring the safety of Secretary of State John Kerry during a 35-car motorcade through downtown Baghdad, Iraq.


Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

17142 W. Bent Tree Dr. Xxxxxx, XXXXXX xxxxxx


Work Experience (continued)


Squad Leader (SSG E-6), U.S. Army/Xxxxxx Army National Guard Sept. 2004-Present

  Completed tour of duty in Afghanistan from Jan. 2007 to Mar. 2008 and since have been a member of guard.

  Served as Sergeant of the Guard on a forward operating base in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, leading a team of 15 personnel and $700,000 worth of equipment.

  Commanded a tactical employment of an assigned element in offensive, defensive and retrograde operations.

  Performed low profile surveillance and target detection, and shared findings with appropriate personnel.

  Led training initiatives while performing as an Infantry Scout on the Sniper Platoon

  Planned and presented classes to soldiers on managing operational risks; marksmanship; stalking; surveillance; and suicide awareness.


Lead Patrolman/Police Officer (GS-6 Step 3), U.S. Department of Defense Apr. 2008-May 2011

  Stationed at Luke Air Force Base in Xxxxxx, responded to emergencies, including directing information, resources and officers to address active shooter, fire and medical situations, as wells fights or demonstrations.

  Patrolled the grounds of the base by vehicle or bicycle to identify suspicious or unlawful behavior.

  Identified a variety of alleged misdemeanor or felony crimes in place, from assaults and disorderly conduct to motor vehicle accidents and cases of driving under the influence (DUI).

  Apprehended and detailed suspects and documented there alleged crimes for prosecutors.


Squad Leader (E-5), U.S. Marine Corps Dec. 1996-Dec. 2003

  Performed in a variety of units during seven-year tenure, including 3rd Battalion 5th Marines, 3rd Battalion 1st Marines and 1st Battalion 1st Marines.

  Acted as Squad Leader (0311) for Charlie Company, 1/1 deployed, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit.

  Served as Anti-tank Assault Man (0351) for India Company, 3/5 deployed, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit.

  Led as Squad Leader (0311), Maritime Special Purpose Force, 3/1 deployed, 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit.

  Participated in helicopter and small boat raid companies.

Education and Training



Studied Psychology, Central Texas College Killeen, TX


  Completed Advanced Road Side Impaired Driver Course, Xxxxxx County (Xxxxxx) Sheriff s Center.

  Completed Major Traffic Investigator Course, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas.

  Completed Neighborhood Response Training, Glendale (Xxxxxx) Police Department.

  Completed Basic Police Officers Academy, VA Law Enforcement Training Center, Little Rock, AR.

  Completed Squad Designated Marksman Course, 1/158 Infantry, Florence, XXXXXX.

  Completed Gunsite Training Academy/Intermediate Defensive Pistol 350, Paulden, XXXXXX.

  Completed Infantry Platoon and Squad Leaders courses; Helicopter Rope Suspension Techniques (HRST) Master Course; In-Extremis Hostage Recovery; Direct Action; Visit, Board, Search & Seizure (VBSS); and Gas & Oil Platform (GOPLAT); Winter Mountain; Small Boat Raid; and Recruit training, U.S. Marine Corps.


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