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Top 50 Lieutenant Colonel Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Lieutenant Colonel. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Lieutenant Colonel resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.7% of Lieutenant Colonel resumes contained Commander as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Lieutenant Colonel actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Lieutenant Colonel:

1. Commander

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  • Staff position engaged in drafting and coordinating orders that provide commander's direction to subordinate headquarters for homeland defense.
  • Updated the brigade commander with vital information necessary for correct decision-making and directed brigade staff to guarantee synchronized operations.
  • Reviewed accident history for previous months/made recommendations effecting overall policies, to the Commander.
  • General Counsel and ethics counselor to three-star commander and all U.S. Marine Corps forces assigned in the Pacific Theater.
  • Completed Composite Risk Management Course Train-the-Trainer, Commander's Safety Course, Additional Duty Safety Officer Course.
  • Assisted the commander in carrying out the assigned mission and responsibilities of the Brigade.
  • Received accolades from all levels of command to include the First Army Commander.
  • Directed troops and made written and oral recommendations to Commanders on operational issues.
  • Assisted the Commander in carrying out the Command's programs and policies.
  • Served as the Commander of an Infantry Battalion and Brigade Operations Officer.
  • Report directly to the Installation Commander on all section matters.
  • Served as Task Force Commander for 106 mobilized soldiers.
  • Selected for Commander (Director) over 18 officers considered
  • Assumed role as the Commander in his absence.
  • Participated in the development of new cutting-edge operations law course for judge advocates and commanders at the AF JAG School.
  • Staff Judge Advocate (This is a National Guard part time job) Provide legal consultation to the Wing Commander.
  • Served as a platoon leader, logistician, staff officer, Commander, Inspector General, Engineer and Project Manager.
  • Served in a myriad of roles and functions that included Commander, technical roles, management and administration.
  • Last assignment: Battalion Commander, 418th Quartermaster Battalion, Marana Arizona.
  • Served as Task Force Commander, Executive Officer and Senior Infantry Advisor.

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2. Military Personnel

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  • Managed and directed the Military Personnel Flight assuring accession, education, training, and assignments of all military personnel.
  • Managed 13 military personnel and 68 contractors.
  • MANAGE SECURITY OPERATIONS for in- and out-processing of over 150 contractor, civilian, and military personnel.
  • Managed team of contractors and military personnel to manage and extend coalition networks (e.g.

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3. Logistics

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Here's how Logistics is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Supervised officers and enlisted personnel delivering Medical Logistics services, Bio-Medical Equipment Repair, and Patient Administration Services.
  • Led several operational shifts to support global logistics missions and Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
  • Delivered director-level program management, logistics support and operations management for several mid-sized organizations.
  • Commanded multiple transportation and logistics units and led global transportation and supply chain operations.
  • Developed integrated logistics solutions through alignment of strategy, people and process.
  • Facilitated expeditious action to complete Logistics CAT tasks.
  • Provide leadership and direction in strategic planning, training, operations, policy, budgeting and logistics for over 19,000 personnel.
  • Attended Officer Candidacy School and completed follow-on courses in Field Artillery, Logistics and Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare.
  • Coordinated operations, supply, logistics, and transportation support for widely dispersed units across Iraq and in the region.
  • Served as adviser to Hospital Commanders, Logistics Managers, and Installation Commanding Generals.
  • Organize and maintain logistics, administration, scheduling, legal, and family readiness.
  • Served in both operations and logistics for organizations ranging from 300-1,000 personnel.
  • Experienced logistics planner and operator with proven performance in five countries.
  • Supply and Logistics Staff Officer.
  • Developed strategic plans for reengineering initiatives and training models for development of future logistics leaders.
  • Planned and programed logistics support for wartime requirements.
  • Battle Captain, The Pentagon - Joint Logistics Operation Center- Moving personnel and equipment worldwide.
  • Recognized by the 1st MAW Commanding General for the logistics efficiencies during this tour.
  • Headquartered in Anniston, AL, the 167th TSC is a multi-component logistics unit assigned to the Army s Northern Command.
  • Deployed for 2nd tour to Iraq as an Logistics Military Advisor to the 3rd Iraqi Army (Al Kasik).

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4. Combat

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  • Developed extensive combat plans for emergency evacuation of US citizens and foreign nations from selected international locations.
  • Commanded 1100-member combat support Military Police battalion with six subordinate units.
  • Retired officer/aviator with combat experience in two conflicts.
  • Pursued, targeted and secured policy changes from Congress related to Army National Guard Combat Readiness Reform Act and other matters.
  • Assumed positions of increasing scope and responsibility while leading and supporting U.S. Army units under peacetime, armistice and combat conditions.
  • Worked with intelligence team to develop an accurate and concise briefing template that was utilized on over 1,000 combat aviation missions.
  • Provided direct leadership, coaching, supervising, managing and training infantry platoons of 25-40 soldiers for combat operations.
  • Briefed SOCPAC Commander on the status of ongoing combat operations in PACOM AOR utilizing interpreted ISR data and imagery.
  • Lead 98 member combat unit, integrating aircrew and ground personnel from 6 locations into seamless mobility team.
  • Served as the Executive Officer of a Field Artillery Brigade with over 1600 personnel and 700 combat vehicles.
  • Served for over 20 years; 3 combat tours in Iraq and 2 overseas assignments in Germany.
  • Planned and facilitated the closure and demilitarization of combat bases across the Afghanistan Theater of Operations.
  • Activated for a one-year combat tour of duty in Kabul, Afghanistan.
  • Assured readiness of various combat vehicle/equipment fleets up to 400 vehicles.
  • Trained and Qualified Combat Ready crew, deployed in theater.
  • Served as Rear Detachment Commander/ 32d Brigade Combat Team.
  • Awarded the Combat Infantry Badge for action under fire.
  • Provided combat service support to the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division (Mech).
  • Synchronized all pre-deployment training for a 1,000 personnel combat deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • retired reserve), Primary specialty Tactical Air Control, secondary specialties in Combat Engineering, Logistics.

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5. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Selected by the US Army to travel to Wroclaw, Poland, to represent Army ROTC at Poland's West Point.
  • Supervised and trained over 100 field grade officers to become staff officers in the US Army and Army Reserves.
  • Fielded more than 40 weapons systems and pieces of equipment to the 138 organizations within Eighth US Army.
  • Retired US Army Lieutenant Colonel highly trained and educated in the Army's most prestigious learning institutions.
  • Coordinated, synchronized and integrated training and exercise activities with the forward deployed US Army Central staff.
  • Orchestrated downsizing and relocation of multiple US Army Reserve units with zero downtime and optimal workforce efficiency.
  • Cost Control: Trained numerous Army Reserve and National Guard units in preparation for deployment overseas.
  • Served 24 years as a Logistics Readiness Officer in the US Army Reserve.
  • Completed Training Certification in Public Works and Facility Management, US Army Reserve.
  • Reason for Leaving: Retired from US Army and Federal Civil Service.
  • Managed all organizational changes for the Eighth US Army and Korea.
  • Command liaison officer to higher headquarters (US Army Europe).
  • PROGRAM REPRESENTATIVE for US Army Reserve in the Army Operations Center (AOC).
  • Position required operations and multi-functional logistics expertise in executing, planning, and coordinating with US Army, Europe and NATO.
  • Served as a Senior Training Advisor to the Afghan National Army as a Lieutenant Colonel, US Army Reserve.
  • Position: Commander, Lieutenant Colonel US Army 831st Transportation Detachment, Bagram, Afghanistan Supervisor: LTC Mike Sayers

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6. Squadron

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Here's how Squadron is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Served as Pentagon Staff Officer, Squadron Commander, Branch Chief, Operations and Training Officer, Flight Commander.
  • Provided project management for the first successful implementation of an Attack Helicopter Squadron in the United States Army Reserve.
  • Commanded and directed operations, administration, fiscal and logistics of squadron with $400M+ equipment.
  • Developed and executed system training exercises for use with both the squadron and joint environment.
  • Managed the Air Force, Unit Security and Deployment program for a Maintenance squadron.
  • Continued as an Executive officer and later Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Commander for F-16s.
  • Established training goals and objectives for training workshops, encampment and squadron.
  • Inherited 40% filled squadron that could not meet war task objectives.
  • Performed the duties of Executive Officer for Marine Wing Support Squadron 471.
  • Awarded Distinguished Graduate of Squadron Officers School.
  • Developed squadron s first operations policy used by major U.S. commands to deploy and support weather reconnaissance.
  • United States Air Force's "Best Squadron" in 2006.
  • Air Combat Command's "Best Squadron" in 2009.

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7. Human Resources

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Here's how Human Resources is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Managed unit security, regulatory compliance, scheduling, safety, employee training and professional development, and human resources activities.
  • Trained up to 500 individuals on tactics, planning, human resources, communications and logistics.
  • Identified and trained over 200 follow-on units to provide Human Resources Support for the Army.

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8. Emergency Operations

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  • Prepared and presented briefs to executive level leaders on a recurring basis and during emergency operations.
  • Directed the Operations Center during emergency operations and crisis response.
  • Assigned as Knowledge Management Officer, Regional Emergency Operations Officer, and Senior Intelligence Officer for 6 multinational exercises and deployments.

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9. Medal

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  • Presented the Joint Commendation Medal for Achievement
  • Received four Meritorious Service Medals.
  • Awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding performance of duty during deployment in support of Operation Joint Endeavor (Bosnia).
  • Awarded Bronze Star, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal and Joint Meritorious Unit Commendation.
  • Awarded two Bronze Star Medals, two Meritorious Service Medals, and many other service and achievement awards.
  • Awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for exceptional leadership and an award from the FBI for outstanding support.
  • Led a 400 Marine Headquarters and Service Battery, (awarded Navy Marine Corps Commendation Medal).
  • Led 200 Marine HAWK Missile Battery, (awarded Navy Marine Corps Commendation Medal).
  • Awarded the Joint Service Achievement Medal and the Joint Service Commendation Medal.
  • Awarded the Bronze Star Medal and Meritorious Unit Citation for outstanding performance.
  • Received the Legion of Merit medal for distinguished service upon retirement.
  • Two-time recipient Air Force Air Medals for missions during Desert Storm.
  • Awarded Bronze Star Medal and Legion of Merit for meritorious service.
  • Awarded the United States Army Meritorious Service Medal.
  • Presented the Meritorious Service Medal for Achievement.
  • Managed over 31 Army Post Offices (APOs) and awarded the Bronze Star Medal (BSM) for accomplishment.
  • Note: Awarded the Legion of Merit Medal for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services and achievements.
  • Received second Navy Achievement Medal for planning, preparation and execution during NATO operations in Norway.
  • Received first Navy Achievement Medal for service during two years of outstanding service in Asia.

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10. DOD

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Here's how DOD is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Redesigned the unit's failing internal controls procedures and then received a successful evaluation by an external DoD audit team.
  • Provide command and control over four subordinate detachments for receiving, discharging, documenting, and clearing DOD cargo.
  • Conduct research and applied applicable US laws, DOD, and Army regulations, policies, and standards.
  • Coordinated Army logistics activities with JCS, DOD, and Federal agencies involved in crisis action activities.
  • Supported the engineering, installation, and operation of SPS equipment at approximately 200 sites throughout DOD.
  • Force Protection Special Agent for the US Embassy Country Team supporting DOD presence in Israel.
  • Coordinated initial implementation of the DoD program with the FBI and the State Department.
  • Reviewed investigations for completeness, accuracy and compliance with Army and DOD regulations.
  • Serve as the liaison with the DOD Inspector General providing oversight on cases.
  • Supervised the organization's safety program and compliance with DoD/OSHA standards.
  • Brief senior military commanders and DoD civilians.
  • Manage interoperability of clinical laboratory information system with Department of Defense (DoD) and civilian reference labs.
  • Coordinated all audits of the Central Command area of operations by GAO, DoDIG, and the Army Audit Agency.
  • Provided antiterrorism/force protection/counterterrorism indicators & warning to DOD personnel and resources in-transit.

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11. Security Clearance

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Here's how Security Clearance is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Ensured all assigned personnel met/maintained appropriate security clearances utilizing the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS).
  • Provided threat analysis, security analysis and assistance with security clearance matters and issues.
  • Top Secret government security clearance.
  • Possess a Department of Defense SECRET security clearance.
  • Top Secret - SCI security clearance.

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12. Project Management

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Here's how Project Management is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Selected for project management skills to start up a new organization to include recruiting, facility improvement and computer/equipment acquisition.
  • Conducted datamanagement, data analytics, and project management duties.

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13. Doctrine

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Here's how Doctrine is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Reviewed Army and Joint Services publications to ensure they depicted the Army's doctrine on issues dealing with nuclear weapons.
  • Developed and facilitated after action reviews and supported the development and revision of doctrine for the Army.
  • Developed new legal deployment doctrine that was adopted for all ANG units around the country.
  • Budget Analyst positions at Army Budget Office, Training and Doctrine Command and USA Europe.
  • Reviewed other services publications to ensure that the Army doctrine was correctly presented.
  • Reviewed and recommended changes to Joint doctrine as required.

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14. Military Operations

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Here's how Military Operations is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Program Management: Drafted national level policy and plans affecting all military services and military operations on three continents.
  • Conducted Joint Military Operations in support of combat aviation logistics and transportation missions throughout Southeast Asia.
  • Streamlined response of military operations to support the Lead Federal Agency in Consequence Management Operations.
  • Provide guidance for Civil-Military Operations to senior commanders to best fit their operations.
  • Synchronized 3-4 military operations meetings per day.
  • Planed, directed and participated in the conduct of Civil Military Operations (CMO) in USARSO Area of Operations.
  • Prepared Joint Chiefs of Staff orders directing the execution of military operations.

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15. Usaf

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  • Direct specialized investigative support for over 120 special agents and various USAF commanders, ensuring timely, objective investigative results.
  • Led squadron to best NAF profit margin in United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) two years in row.
  • Associate Administrator for Hospital Services - USAF Regional Hospital, Sheppard AFB, Wichita Falls, Texas.
  • Coordinated administrative and operational matters with the National Guard and USAF Liaison.
  • Managed multiple aspects of USAF operations for more than 23 years.
  • Retired from USAF Auxiliary in 2004 on Medical Release.
  • Worked TBM cell in USAF AOC, Navy MOC and Navy JOC.
  • End Date: 1995 148th USAF Clinic Nursing Administrator.
  • Earned USAF Chief of Staff Team Excellence and Best Practices Awards for reengineering the unit's training program.

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16. Manpower

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Here's how Manpower is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Directed a theater-wide manpower management study which garnished a 20% savings and reduced mission and function redundancy.
  • Led a team of three managers and 60 professionals in coordinating manpower allocations and international logistics.
  • Tasked with implementing Center-wide 22% manpower reduction.

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17. Joint Staff

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Here's how Joint Staff is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Interfaced with other special, general and joint staffs.

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18. Operational Planning

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19. Afghan

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Here's how Afghan is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Conducted numerous humanitarian support missions and infrastructure improvements to enhance the safety and security of the Afghan citizens.
  • Managed Army Combat Service Support, Subject Matter Experts in large training exercises training soldiers for deployment to Afghanistan and Iraq.
  • Analyzed large data sets to provide relevant CIED products to decision makers in Afghanistan and during 12 Mission Command Training exercises.
  • Assigned to the Warrior Transition Battalion at FT. Bliss, Texas to undergo medical treatment for injuries sustain in Afghanistan.
  • Managed operational rotation and training of over 1,000 personnel to support operational missions in Afghanistan, Iraq and the Philippines.
  • Supported the Human Terrain Mapping project by providing systems engineering support and unit training for Iraq and Afghanistan operations.
  • Coordinated and deployed teams for operations in Afghanistan, Central Asia, West Africa, and Mexico.
  • Coordinated one leg of the Secretary of Defense and NATO Secretary General's visit to Afghanistan.
  • Served as an embedded tactical trainer to the Afghan National Army (ANA).
  • Served a senior mentor to an Afghan National Army Light Infantry Brigade Commander.
  • Assess and develop coalition and Afghan logistical reports and return system.
  • Served four tours in Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan.
  • Trained 35,000 Soldiers for combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Combined Joint Task Force Phoenix/ Training Assistance Group - Afghanistan.
  • Managed multi-million dollar contracts throughout the Afghanistan Theater.
  • Activated for Operation Enduring Freedon served 12 months in Afghanistan 2009-2010 and was awarded the Defense Meritorious Service Medal.
  • Coordinated the Department of Defense Inspector General visit focused on Afghan National Army logistics development across the theatre.
  • Managed all internal sustainment operations of a division size element across a region spanning from Egypt to Afghanistan.
  • Combined Joint Task Force 180, Bagram, Afghanistan
  • Forward deployed Liaison Officer for a command responsible for surface deployment/redeployment and sustainment cargo throughout Afghanistan.

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20. Terrorism

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Here's how Terrorism is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Coordinated the deployment of security detachments to provide Anti-Terrorism / Force Protection expertise and support to multiple overseas U.S. military installations.
  • Joint Chiefs of Staff directed multinational special operations/counter-terrorism exercise conducted in northwest Africa.
  • Developed and implemented an anti- terrorism plan to protect all base resources during the Gulf War.
  • Served as the Division's representative to the Marine Corps Bases Japan Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Assessment Team.
  • Increased preparedness of the Joint Task Force for domestic response to terrorism by 97%.
  • Graduate of U.S. Army Combating Terrorism Course and Physical Security Course.
  • Served two tours in security and anti-terrorism forces.
  • Performed the duties of Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer, conducted cyber and physical threat assessments for military installations and facilities.
  • Performed Anti-terrorism duties in Sindh and Balochistan.

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21. Contingency Operations

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Here's how Contingency Operations is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Directed and managed distribution management, material management, contingency operations, fuels management, airlift operations, and vehicle management.
  • Provided tactical, operational and strategic logistical support for over eight Marine detachments deployed globally in support of contingency operations.
  • Experienced in leadership, team building, communications systems, project management, contingency operations, acquisitions/ logistics, and training.
  • Participated in contingency operations in the Philippines, Haiti, Bosnia, Kenya, Tanzania, Macedonia, and Bahrain.
  • Activated to support Western Pacific Unit Deployment Program in support of contingency operations in the far east.

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22. Curriculum Development

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23. Staff Positions

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Here's how Staff Positions is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Served in various command and staff positions of aviation units ranging from 40 to 2,500 personnel.
  • Served in a variety of command, leadership and staff positions in logistics and operations.
  • Commissioned Officer, Served in Field Artillery Battalion is various command and staff positions.

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24. Air Defense

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Here's how Air Defense is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Served in a variety of positions in Military Intelligence, Air Defense Artillery, Cavalry, Quartermaster, and War Planning.
  • Project manager (administrative officer) for the establishment of the Hawk Air Defense missile system.
  • Initiated and led the successful fielding of a new air defense weapon system.
  • Air Defense Control Officer, Command and Control Officer, JICO.

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25. HQ

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  • Gained compliance with regulations and policies through communication with HQDA G-2 and Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) authorities.
  • Coordinated the FORSCOM effort for Hurricane Katrina, Rita, and Wilma and the Kashmir earthquake in Pakistan.
  • DIRECT COMMUNICATION by reviewing, editing and sending AMHS messages through proper HQDA distribution channels.
  • Served four years on the HQMC staff as the Unmanned Aircraft Requirements Coordinator.
  • Program Analyst at Program, Analysis and Evaluation Directorate, HQDA.
  • MANAGE SPECIAL PROJECTS/DEVELOP NEW PROCEDURES/PROVIDE GUIDANCE to prepare SCIF and occupants for HQDA Inspector General (IG) Inspection.
  • Led the US SOUTHCOM 24 hour watch center in the Pentagon in response to the Haitian Earthquake of 2010.
  • Provided planning and coordination of theater sustainment to include Humanitarian Assistance mission to Morocco following the 2004 earthquake.

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26. Annual Budget

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Here's how Annual Budget is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Developed and managed an annual budget in excess of $1M, including allocation estimates for planned annual training programs.
  • Managed ODCSLOG (Office of Deputy Chief of Staff, Logistics) budget development for the annual budget year.
  • Managed an annual budget of over $360,000 and directed maintenance of training simulation facilities worth $1.6 Million.

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27. Personnel Management

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28. Leadership Positions

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Here's how Leadership Positions is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Served for over 20 years in various leadership positions from Battery to Brigade level in numerous Field Artillery units.

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29. Support Operations

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Here's how Support Operations is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Represented and conveyed the command's position, capabilities, requirements, and resources available to support operations.
  • Advised Department of Defense and Office of Surgeon General on policy improvements to health service support operations.
  • Planned, coordinated, and led logistical support operations over extended distances in a combat environment.
  • Organize and execute the coast-to-coast movement of people and materiel to support operations and training.

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30. Training Programs

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  • Developed training programs and documentation.
  • Managed annual aircrew training programs, accomplishing 52,000 required events while faced with a 50% reduction in available training aircraft.
  • Reviewed, updated, and validated all training programs, which had not been accomplished during the preceding 10 years.
  • Determined the need for, and initiated safety training programs for personnel.
  • Maintained or established interservice training programs (i.e.

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31. Bosnia

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Here's how Bosnia is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Surveyed Serbian and Bosnian weapon storage sites9 1996-1999 Germany

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32. Joint Operations

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Here's how Joint Operations is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Conducted joint operations planning for major deployments/exercises.
  • Acted a Chief for Joint Operations Center at TOPOFF 2000, the Presidential Inauguration, and other National Security Special Events.
  • Served as a group leader for Flag/General Officer level education during quarterly CAPSTONE Joint Operations Modules.

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33. Management Officer

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Here's how Management Officer is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Supply Management Branch Chief: Served as the Supply Management Officer for the United States Property Fiscal Office, AZ ARNG.

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34. Usmc

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Here's how Usmc is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Represented Marine Forces Central Command and the USMC's interests in the complex bureaucracy at the US Embassy in Iraq.
  • Led USMC Fleet Week Public Affairs section.
  • Led volunteer USMC detachment at World Trade Center site in hours and days after 9/11/2001.
  • Provided guidance to and oversight of USMC sponsored Kansas City Aero Club.

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35. Military Career

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Here's how Military Career is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Distinguished military career, advancing through increasingly progressive and responsible roles.
  • Completed a military career serving in the Infantry and Signal Corps serving in a diverse set of assignments.
  • Entered as a Private and completed my military career as a Lieutenant Colonel.

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36. Government Agencies

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Here's how Government Agencies is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Created intelligence products by responding to internal and external customer demands and used by multiple government agencies.
  • Advised and interact with senior officials of foreign governments, civilian relief and other U.S. government agencies.
  • Coordinated support for coalition forces, US Government civilians, State Department / Government Agencies.

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37. Situational Awareness

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  • Communicate and brief senior executives on situational awareness.
  • Provided "real-time" global situational awareness to the senior leadership.

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38. Coalition Forces

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Here's how Coalition Forces is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Analyzed and evaluated complex ground and air transportation requirements in support of U.S. and coalition forces.
  • Conducted planning for the introduction and utilization of additional U.S. and Coalition forces.
  • Provided liaison between Coalition Forces and Iraqis.
  • Managed the releasability distribution of products and information to foreign governments, and US and coalition forces.
  • Initiated the first participation of Coalition Forces to include Spain, Australia, and Canada into exercises.

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39. G3

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  • Represented the 7th ARCOM G3 at high level meetings at USAREUR and lead the ARCOM's Command and Staff weekly meetings.
  • Served as the acting G3 for 3 months during this time.
  • Manage and supervise the G3 EOC full time staff.

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40. Military Science

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Here's how Military Science is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Managed the recruiting, retention, training and development as the chair of the Military Science Department at the university.
  • Recognized as the best Professor of Military Science in the nation by the senior Commander, Cadet Command.
  • Last assigned as the Professor of Military Science at Loyola University, Maryland.

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41. Conus

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  • Provided the foundation for successful joint exercise support both CONUS and worldwide by constructing and implementing rigorous training plans.

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42. Operation Desert

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Here's how Operation Desert is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Major exercises and operations: Gulf War, Operation Desert Shield/Storm, Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Mobilized for 15 months for Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
  • Coordinated DMA geospatial operations during Operation Desert Shield and Storm and for two COCOMs during the Yugoslavian civil war.

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43. Strategic Plan

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  • Developed strategic plans and procedures.
  • Subject matter expert on Northern Command strategic planning and response issues on multiple large-scale exercises conducted by the Air War College.
  • Coordinated and communicated with other senior command staff to develop strategic plans that defined goals and objectives.
  • Led short/long-range and strategic planning; and served as the primary liaison to the Department of Defense.
  • Structured long-term strategic plans for training, organizational structure, and operations.
  • Drafted and wrote the Commanding General's Strategic Plan.
  • Lead logistic Strategic Planner for the Army Transformation Office on the Headquarters,Department of the Army Staff.

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44. Service Members

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  • Restructured the headquarters staff resulting in improved responsiveness in all administrative, pay and personnel actions for Service members.

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46. OIF

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Here's how OIF is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Credited with the completion of over 1,200 Engineering & Construction missions during the 15-month period of the OIF deployment.

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47. Disaster Relief

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  • Planned and conducted humanitarian assistance/disaster relief and security operations around the Pacific Rim.
  • Excelled in Emergency Services including Search and Rescue, Crowd Control and Disaster Relief.
  • Deployed in response of disaster relief efforts.

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48. Special Projects

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Here's how Special Projects is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Selected as the Special Projects Officer for DCSOPS, Mobilization Office, the Pentagon and worked on various classified projects.

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49. DIA

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  • Lead personnel in developing strategic communication plans and communication products for release to both internal Army audiences and external media outlets.
  • Collaborated with operations team that plans media operations in an international environment.
  • Conduct Distinguished Visitor briefings and interviews as well as unplanned media engagements.
  • Commanded an Indian Army Tank Regiment comprising 40 officers, 65 warrant officers, 600 men and 45 tanks.
  • Featured on several live global media outlets and print media to represent US and Marine Corps efforts.
  • Provided advice on implications of command decisions on public perception and operations, media events and activities.
  • Provided training for 50 members of European Command, Army Reserves on leadership and media engagement.
  • Liaised with other commands to ensure and maintain Battalion readiness for immediate and varied deployment objectives.
  • Represented Air Force mission before local and national media.
  • Program Manager, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).
  • Developed the AEFC Strategic Plan; coordinated/mediated at offsite; enabled smooth deployment of 120,000 Air Force employees per year.

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50. Qatar

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Here's how Qatar is used in Lieutenant Colonel jobs:
  • Command of CSG at CENTCOM Forward Headquarters in Doha, Qatar.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Lieutenant Colonel

Commander

20.8%

Military Personnel

18.5%

Logistics

12.1%

Combat

10.0%

US Army

6.0%

Squadron

3.8%

Human Resources

3.0%

Emergency Operations

3.0%

Medal

2.9%

DOD

2.9%

Security Clearance

2.2%

Project Management

2.2%

Doctrine

1.9%

Military Operations

1.8%

Usaf

1.6%

Manpower

1.6%

Joint Staff

1.6%

Operational Planning

1.5%

Afghan

1.2%

Terrorism

1.2%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Lieutenant Colonel

Rank Skill
1 Commander 16.7%
2 Military Personnel 14.9%
3 Logistics 9.7%
4 Combat 8.0%
5 US Army 4.8%
6 Squadron 3.0%
7 Human Resources 2.4%
8 Emergency Operations 2.4%
9 Medal 2.3%
10 DOD 2.3%
11 Security Clearance 1.8%
12 Project Management 1.8%
13 Doctrine 1.5%
14 Military Operations 1.4%
15 Usaf 1.3%
16 Manpower 1.3%
17 Joint Staff 1.3%
18 Operational Planning 1.2%
19 Afghan 1.0%
20 Terrorism 1.0%
21 Contingency Operations 0.9%
22 Curriculum Development 0.9%
23 Staff Positions 0.9%
24 Air Defense 0.9%
25 HQ 0.8%
26 Annual Budget 0.8%
27 Personnel Management 0.8%
28 Leadership Positions 0.8%
29 Support Operations 0.8%
30 Training Programs 0.8%
31 Bosnia 0.7%
32 Joint Operations 0.7%
33 Management Officer 0.7%
34 Usmc 0.6%
35 Military Career 0.6%
36 Government Agencies 0.6%
37 Situational Awareness 0.6%
38 Coalition Forces 0.6%
39 G3 0.5%
40 Military Science 0.5%
41 Conus 0.5%
42 Operation Desert 0.5%
43 Strategic Plan 0.5%
44 Service Members 0.5%
45 U S 0.5%
46 OIF 0.5%
47 Disaster Relief 0.5%
48 Special Projects 0.5%
49 DIA 0.4%
50 Qatar 0.4%
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