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Top 50 Military Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Military. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Military resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.7% of Military resumes contained Civilian Personnel as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Military actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Military

1. Civilian Personnel
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Here's how Civilian Personnel is used in Military jobs:
  • Conducted liaison activities with embassy personnel to obtain current information regarding threats to military and civilian personnel.
  • Provided safety for approximately 3,900 active duty and 2,700 federal civilian personnel.
  • Manage the daily arrival and departure of inbound and outbound US Military Coalition Forces, Private Security Companies and Civilian personnel.
  • Control the entry and exit of military and civilian personnel on and off the installation by thoroughly checking identification media.
  • Managed $1.8 million operating and $19M capital supply fund budgets; led 56 military and civilian personnel.
  • Contacted, interviewed, and advised civilian personnel to obtain qualified applicants for enlistment into the Army.
  • Provided postal support for 100+ military and civilian personnel located at a remote site in Israel.
  • Managed EO program which serviced 6,500 military and civilian personnel.
  • Supervised a staff of five military and two civilian personnel.
  • Control entry and exit of military and civilian personnel vehicles Responsible for restricted physical security and ordnance facilities.
  • Provided patient care and healthcare services to thousand of military and civilian personnel.

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2. Combat
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Here's how Combat is used in Military jobs:
  • Receive and implement combat orders, direct deployments of assigned personnel in offensive and defensive military operations.
  • Coordinated with U.S. Inter-Agency, IC, foreign partners, diplomatic missions, combatant commands, and military services.
  • Attended and graduated from Basic Combat Training, Officer Candidate School, and Transportation Leadership Course.
  • Impact awards included the Combat Action Badge and the Bronze Star and Joint Service Commendation Medals.
  • Performed various mission in combat zone, door to door searches, patrols and investigations.
  • Enabled 4th MTR to become a very capable combat multiplier for the 4th Iraqi Division.
  • Skilled in basic and hand to hand combat, first aid, communications.
  • Performed as a member of a fire team during drills and combat.
  • Provided in-depth instruction on the capabilities of Joint Force combat operations.
  • Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of Cadet Ground Combat skills training.
  • Awarded the Bronze Star for meritorious achievement in combat.
  • Trained Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC).
  • Certified combative s level one and two.
  • Trained as a first line responder in combat where I successfully worked at a combat aid station while deployed to Iraq.
  • Created new contacts throughout Iraq, Kuwait, and Qatar to find combat and humanitarian missions to document during combat deployment.
  • Preformed extensive review of multiple, multimillion dollar contract from companies directly providing supplies and products used in combat locations.
  • Retired was filling a Sergeants position in Intel Section of Headquarters Company 56thStryker Brigade Combat Team.
  • Assigned to a rapidly deployable combat hospital with surgical, trauma, and ICU capabilities.
  • Transported commercial cargo, weapons, ammunitions, combat equipment, and military personnel.
  • United States / Kosovo / Iraq Soldier Infantry soldier served in Kosovo and Iraq in ground combat operations.

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3. Procedures
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Here's how Procedures is used in Military jobs:
  • Facilitate admission procedures, application specification quality control, program scheduling, and training requirements are met.
  • Advised OSCE on aerodrome safety and security policy and procedures at military airport in Tbilisi Georgia.
  • Conferred with personnel concerned to ensure successful functioning of newly implemented systems or procedures.
  • Coordinate with various departmental teams ensuring organizational compliance and policy procedures are fulfilled.
  • Helped devise procedures to reduce claims exposure and participated in risk management committee.
  • Gathered and organized information on problems or procedures.
  • Implemented and oversaw unit mobility policies and procedures.
  • Instructed and enforced personnel security procedures.
  • Trained crew members in leadership, maintenance, organization, procedures for escape, safety, and protect everyone from terrorist.
  • Experience working with schematics and blue prints reading the electricity, especially learn the procedures tag-outs on the electrical equipment.
  • Supported and coordinated Integrated Logistics Support Elements and Integrated product Support teams, events, processes, and procedures.
  • Utilized Army Publications 700 series to support Supply, Maintenance, and Logistics functions, processes and procedures.
  • Patch aluminum hulls, perform asbestos rip out, braze weld procedures, drilling, tapping and threading.
  • Established policies and procedures for accomplishment of Defense Post Office activities.
  • Reviewed all data trend and briefings for logistics policies and procedures.
  • Trained staff in topics ranging from safety procedures to cake decorating.
  • Program Manager Directed operational objectives by implementing standard operating procedures and making recommendations to pertinent activities.
  • Advised prospective recruits on admissions procedures, career prospects, English language requirements, academic prerequisites, and perceived cultural adjustments.
  • Conferred with over 300 Military Post Offices (MPOs) to ensure successful functioning of newly implemented systems or procedures.
  • Preformed Pre-heat and Post-heat spot welding, metal and non-metal procedures.

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4. EAP
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Here's how EAP is used in Military jobs:
  • Managed life threatening psychiatric emergencies and referred military and families to in-patient and out-patient network providers and provided supportive EAP counseling.
  • Supervised and trained personnel in weapons, security, vehicle communications and equipment operations.
  • Scheduled and performed preventive and organizational maintenance on unit weapons.
  • Reviewed classified documentation and supporting military weapons orders.
  • Trained in several military weaponry tactics.
  • Conducted comprehensive clinical assessments to determine the service member or family member's need for core work/life and available EAP services.
  • Assisted RSAF in obtaining a quality and cost effective FMS program for purchase of major weapons systems and associated equipment.
  • Operated and maintained a light armored infantry vehicle equipped with advance weapons systems, navigation, and equipment.
  • Inspected, secured, and controlled weapons and ammunition in security areas in state and overseas.
  • Completed fire prevention and safety training, weapons training, swimming certification and gas chamber.
  • Maintained accountability of vehicles, weapons, and equipment valued over One Million dollars.
  • Honed skills on alertness, and weapon qualifications.
  • Earned Expert Marksman Award with weapons.
  • Load and unload Air force weapons.
  • Defined geospatial intelligence requirements for advanced Air Force weapons systems including the F-117, F-15 and F-16.
  • Maintained knowledge of all weapons, pre-planned responses, and military tactics.
  • Managed 25 personnel Attached armor, weapons, and components
  • crew-served weapons, and other special purpose equipment.
  • Instructed others knowledge on various weapon systems.
  • Managed receipt, storage and issue of ammunition processes.Commanded operations post, including personnel, weapons and equipment.

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5. Commander
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Here's how Commander is used in Military jobs:
  • Patrol explosive dog handler responsible for planning, coordinating and conducting explosive detector dog missions that directly supported the installation commander.
  • Direct representative for communication with the National Military Command Center, component commanders and sub unified commands.
  • Served as Operations Intelligence NCOIC, providing Commanders and Operational Detachments with tactical intelligence estimates.
  • Advised an Iraqi Battalion Commander on complex full spectrum operations in a contemporary operating environment.
  • Communicate with commanders and senior enlisted personnel.
  • Assembled and proofread intelligence reports and assist in consolidating them into military intelligence, providing daily briefs to the commander.
  • Provided company commander with up to date listings of unit equipment to facilitate cyclic, quarterly and annual inventories.
  • Rated by the US Southern Command Deputy Commander as #1 of 20 peers throughout Latin America.
  • Accepted and processed reports and incidents, sending all reports to Military Commander of base security.
  • Prepared the commander and staff to take operational control of Iraq's ten army divisions.
  • Maintained and updated the legal tracker and statistical database that impacted 3 battalion commanders.
  • Conducted briefings and provided training to Commanders, Soldiers and Human Resource representatives.
  • Advised unit commander and staff on the schedule and use of training areas.
  • Administered and supervised the provision of legal services to unit commanders and staff.
  • Provided photo and video reports for review by commanders and planning staff.
  • Served as Station Commander supervising 5 recruiters and exceeded recruiting goals.
  • Provided crucial info on 39 UN sites-briefed UNAMID Force Commander.
  • Created monthly legal presentation for base commander.
  • Organized 75th Air Base Wing and 388 Fighter Wing Commander's Status of Discipline Briefs to identify misconduct trends.
  • Presented strategy to senior leaders including National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice and General Chiarelli, Commander MNF-Iraq.

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6. Medal
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Here's how Medal is used in Military jobs:
  • Awarded the Air Force Achievement Medal for work ethics and management ability and numerous other awards/commendations.
  • Completed and supervised orders for medal department.
  • Attained the rank of Corporal in less than 3 Years, won Meritorious Mast, and received the good conduct medal.
  • Received the Army Commendation Medal while in Iraq for restructuring and implementing measures around our base camp to improve site security.
  • Received Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Gold Star in Lieu of 2nd Award - 2008.
  • Awarded two Bronze Star medals, one with 'V' device for actions in combat.
  • Received the Navy and Marine Corp Achievement Medal for exceeding performance of duties and service.
  • Bestowed the honor of 2 Army Commendation Medals for outstanding and meritorious service.
  • Awarded the coveted Navy Good Conduct Medal in FY83 and Fy85 for outstanding performance
  • Received Department of Defense Medal and The Good Con duct Medal U.S. Army
  • Awarded the Bronze Star Medal for exceptional meritorious service.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement medal for excellent tour of service.
  • Presented with Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal.
  • Received Good Conduct Medal, Sea Service Medal.
  • Awarded 2nd Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
  • Awarded the Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal.
  • Awarded Air Force Commendation Medal.
  • Awarded Air Force achievement medal by managers for selfless and excellent service during this time Aircraft Mechanic
  • Awarded National Service Medal SPECIALIZED TRAINING
  • general quarters drills for chemical attack , gas mask qualification received national defense medal,south west Asia service medal.

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7. Logistics
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Here's how Logistics is used in Military jobs:
  • Trained in humanitarian / non government organizations interface and logistics support.
  • Performed general ordnance duties, including maintaining armaments and operating logistics.
  • Established effective business practices utilizing enterprise logistics concepts.
  • Administered Medical Logistics Information for local LAN.
  • Lead logistics CAT rep found camp security shortfall, acquired materials and built bunker--safety of 1,200 assured.
  • Assisted the logistics staff in providing contractual language for the administrative and technical provisions of the Statement of Work.
  • Worked in fields requiring logistics and computer training as well as being a leader for co employees.
  • Advanced training in planning, force structure, deployment / redeployment and logistics.
  • Handle the logistics and administration of relocating to multiple locations throughout the country.
  • Developed systems for logistics, operations, and training for the Iraqis.
  • Manage all scheduling, finances and logistics for a family of five.
  • Planned and managed logistics preparations for deployment for the recent wars.
  • Managed receipt, storage and issue of military logistics.
  • Managed parts logistics and material transfers for job sites.
  • Fulfilled system supportability requirements, prepared program documentation for logistics impacts, performed logistic tasks and reviewed and tracked logistics products.
  • Forecasted new logistics requirements, analyzed optimal use of assets and recommended planning policies.
  • Assist with achieving life cycle logistics supportability objectives.
  • Ensured the efficient supply chain and logistics management in a fast paced environment onboard naval vessels and shipyards.
  • Worked on flightline as a logistics specialist
  • Lead officer for leveraging logistics sustainment support operations.

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8. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Military jobs:
  • Acquired USMC Community Services World Class Customer Service certification and Cash Register Training certification.
  • Skilled negotiator in both internal and external customer service environments.
  • Provided exceptional customer service and dedication throughout employment.
  • Administered friendly and professional customer service.
  • Proved excellent customer service to tenants
  • Assisted about 200 personnel per day by providing them fast and finest customer service via phone or face to face.
  • Conducted a comprehensive professional assessment of the user's needs, providing suicide intervention, research and good customer service.
  • Provided top customer service to other crew members in evaluating ships custodial complaints and seeing the work to its completion.
  • Served over 2,000 customers daily as Fitness Center Operations Manager and directed all aspects of the customer service desk.
  • Provided customer service support throughout all departments, ensuring client s needs and expectations were being satisfied.
  • Quote, Process and ship of customer orders as per instructed and provide upscale customer service.
  • Provided great customer service to over 1500 National Guardsmen.
  • Worked customer service, data entry, Inventory
  • Greet customers and provide customer service.
  • Provided customer service to various clients.
  • Provide customer service for entire crew.
  • Performed Customer Service duties as needed Responsible for scheduling DNA testing on individuals in the military or incarcerated.
  • Provided excellent customer service * Electronic input of product * Stock
  • United States Army Filling Paperwork Working in excel 2013 Working with word 2013 Customer service Correctly filling out military documentation.
  • Provided excellent customer service relations Handles visual merchandising Finalized sales Managed clerical work Handled switchboard Shipping and receving of items

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9. Clearance
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Here's how Clearance is used in Military jobs:
  • Review personnel documents, security clearances, citizenship, physical qualifications, and other qualification requirements for training or other assignments.
  • Received numerous commendations for outstanding service and integrity including a high-level security clearance, award certificates, ribbons, and medals.
  • Provided personnel assistance in completing security clearance paperwork, records disciplinary proceedings actions.
  • Top Secret Security Clearance with Background Investigation completed.
  • Managed unit Security Clearance case program.
  • Accessed Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) - Authority to initiated and updated security clearances.
  • Performed background checks, security clearances, fingerprinting, and drug screening on all applicants.
  • Assisted in security operations, held a Secret Clearance, and utilized artillery support.
  • Maintained security of the local areas and performed route clearance for visiting high-ranking officials.
  • Equipped with secret clearance technology weapons was appointed to vehicle escorting for convoys.
  • Maintained a Secret Clearance for this position.
  • Possess an active secret security clearance.
  • Obtained a Top Secret Security Clearance.
  • Required to have a SSBI clearance.
  • Obtained Secret security clearance in 2005.
  • Possess a SECRET security clearance.
  • Maintain Top Secret SCI clearance.
  • Tracked clearance adjudication status for the Agency and directed reinvestigation packages for security clearance renewal.
  • Administered clients policies as well as move-specific documentation such as port clearance, customs clearance, quotations and invoices.
  • Drive box trucks with Military Clearance Maintained and organized warehouse for easy access to products.

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10. Honorable Discharge
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Here's how Honorable Discharge is used in Military jobs:
  • Completed contractual obligation with an Honorable Discharge.
  • Air Traffic Controller/Combat Engineer Twenty Years/Honorable Discharge.
  • Received commendation for Honorable Discharge.
  • Served as a Load Master Served in the first Gulf war (Operation Desert Shield) Received Honorable Discharge at rank Sargent
  • Attained the rank of sergeant and received an honorable discharge for performing infantry and administrative duties.
  • Achieved Specialist E-4 with honorable discharge Appointed Student First Sergeant and led 120 Troops
  • Departed the Air Force as a Staff Sergeant with an Honorable Discharge.
  • Received an honorable discharge in 2012 after 4 years of dedicated service.
  • Received an honorable discharge after completing four years of dedicated service.
  • Received Honorable Discharge at end of service.
  • United States Army 82nd Airborne Division Honorable Discharge
  • Received Honorable Discharge in 2003.
  • Tested and recruited for Counter Intelligence Operations Non-dishonorable Discharged, November 2009
  • Served during Operations Desert Storm and Desert Shield Received honorable discharge
  • Trained junior soldiers in all aspects of their career fields and Nuclear, Biological and Chemical protection Received Honorable Discharge
  • Promoted to E-6 and qualified as Propulsion Plant Watch Supervisor prior to Honorable Discharge RELATED PROFESSIONAL LICENSES:
  • End of obligated service with an Honorable Discharge in October, 2004 as an E-5.
  • Fire Direction Control Man Left by end of active duty service, honorable discharge.
  • Received Honorable Discharge, REFRAD [ ]
  • United States Marine Corps Basic Military Training for the United States Marine Corps Medically Discharged in March, Honorable Discharge

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11. Advisor
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Here's how Advisor is used in Military jobs:
  • Managed maintenance and accountability of team-level advisory equipment valued at over $1 million dollars.
  • Drafted press releases, monthly magazine articles, media advisories, and talking points for commanding cadre.
  • Provided advisory opinions to the Director, Board for Correction of Naval Records on compensation policy issues.
  • Led an 11 man advisory team, and supervised 8 Iraqi translators.
  • Served as personal advisor to two Iraqi Battalion Commanders; primary liaison for pertinent security and operations information.
  • Acted as administrative officer and senior enlisted advisor to squadron commander on numerous occasions.
  • Served as senior defense and political-military affairs advisor to U.S.
  • Received The Bronze Star Medal from the Secretary of The Army for exceptionally meritorious service as a Recorder and Legal Advisor.
  • Served as Military Advisor to the Chief Information Officer and the Director of Manpower for the Government of Iraq.
  • Served as an academic, financial, physical fitness, and career advisor to subordinates and some peers.
  • Served as an advisor, mentor, and coalition liaison to the Iraqi Army during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Nominated as principal senior advisor to field grade officers countless times over peers and other candidates.
  • Served as Senior Enlisted Advisor for the 2d Brigade of the 1st Iraqi Army Division.
  • Appointed to serve as a mentor in the Office of Student Retention guiding new advisors.
  • Served as principal advisor to the Ambassador and Country Team on all military matters.
  • Serve as principle advisor to senior management in all matters pertaining to training.
  • Performed as a military advisor to an Iraqi Army Tank Battalion.
  • Lead military advisor to Asst.
  • Company advisor to two Iraqi Company Commanders providing, one-on-one mentorship and guidance.
  • Assigned to a 10 soldier brigade military transition team, multi-national corps as an intelligence advisor for an Iraqi Army brigade.

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12. US Army
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Here's how US Army is used in Military jobs:
  • Conducted US Army recruiting operations in California.
  • Maintained an impeccable level of customer service in several busy and stressful Legal Assistance and US Army Claims Service offices.
  • Maintained constant communications with the US Army, Navy, and Marine detachments concerning instructor/trainer personnel and unit manning requirements.
  • Trained US Army soldiers in a combat environment in Iraq, the operation, troubleshooting and maintain electronic aerial surveillance.
  • Maintained multiple portal systems including, GoArmyEd, the main hub for all students who are in the US Army.
  • Conducted detailed reports for safety/accident violations within the Command and sent the reports up to US Army Safety Center.
  • Joined the Air Force as a Carpenter and after 9 years, switched to US Army.
  • Key Achievements: * Enhanced military opportunities; secured company's 1st-ever relationship with US Army.
  • Reviewed proposed US Army doctrinal changes for Information Operations and provided feedback to the proponent agency.
  • Participated in the negotiation of many contracts between the US ARMY and the IRAQI ARMY.
  • Graduated from the elite US Army Ranger, Airborne and Air Assault schools.
  • Assisted in getting a verdict a few high profile US Army trials.
  • Retired military, combat Veteran, United States Marines and US Army.
  • Experience US Army - Current Assignment: Operations
  • Represented the US Army in criminal prosecutions at special and generalcourts-martial and administrative separation boards.
  • Train and implement all of the Emergency Medical Technician class for members of the US Army and Department of Defense civilians.
  • Provided the US Army soldiers with training to help them in their pre-deployment to Iraq.
  • Summer hire through the US Army)

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13. Basic Training
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Here's how Basic Training is used in Military jobs:
  • Awarded Engineer position at the culmination of 12-week basic training and an additional 12 weeks of intensive, specialized Engineer training.
  • Accepted into the Coast Guard with no limitations on job choices (ASVAB: 98) Inactive Reserve until basic training.
  • Ensured physical fitness readiness of Soldiers through strength and endurance training, lending to their successful completion of Basic Training.
  • Specialized in Carpentry and Masonry June 15, 2010 to September 10, 2010 Basic Training Ft. LeonardWood, MO
  • Lead military trainer during cadet Basic Training for Confidence Course (Obstacle) protocol/process/ training.
  • Stationed at Ft. Campbell, Ky after graduation from basic training.
  • Completed training in security and marksmanship in Army basic training.
  • Assessed training needs of the KSF Basic Training program.
  • Served as mentor for fellow basic training students.
  • Completed basic training, supervisory, and survival skills
  • Completed the US Navy's basic training program.
  • March 1998 - 2001) Organized and facilitated basic training for incoming soldiers.
  • Attended Prior Service Basic Training to become indoctrinated into the USCG
  • Delayed Entry Program Basic Training Preparation Physical Evaluations
  • Deployed to basic training July 12th, 2016 Job title is a CTT Cryptologic Technician Technical 8 year contract (6/2)
  • Enlisted 2006 Basic Training Fort Jackson, S.C. HVAC Training Aberdeen Proving Ground
  • Camp Lejeune North Carolina Basic training, drilling, athletic training.
  • Injured in basic training and discharged with a uncategorized general discharge for medical reasons.
  • Graduated basic training from Ft. Benning, Ga an an infantryman with a job specification of a mortar man.
  • Completed Army Airborne Training Course Completed Army ASE Certification Course Completed Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training Course Combative Marksmanship Badge

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14. Law Enforcement
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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Military jobs:
  • Trained Iraqi Police at a Military operated Police academy in all aspects of law enforcement.
  • Facilitated Military and Law Enforcement Contract bidding with President of Company.
  • Advised commanders and law enforcement on military justice matters.
  • Carried out basic law enforcement duties such as wrote tickets, took reports, securing buildings, responding to medical emergencies.
  • Monitored and directed military law enforcement personnel in response to a variety of alarms both on and off the military installation.
  • Experienced in training, identifying, collecting, and preserving evidence used to support law enforcement actions.
  • Supervised, mentored, and trained personnel in the performance of Law Enforcement functions.
  • Single point of contact for Military and Law Enforcement customer sales and training.
  • Worked with numerous outside agencies, from Law enforcement, to Medical Records.
  • Scheduled and monitored MWD teams to ensure operational support of law enforcement duties.
  • Maintained good working relationships with all local and state law enforcement agencies.
  • Fingerprinted and processed applicants criminal, consumer, and law enforcement checks.
  • Provide law enforcement between local and regional networks.
  • Search and Rescue / Law Enforcement
  • Trained in law enforcement activities including physical security, arrest procedures, quarantining and searching individuals andvehicles.
  • Conducted security and law enforcement to ensure safety of those on Nellis AFB.
  • advised and trained members of law enforcement assigned to West Point, NY
  • Retired, E-6 * Maritime Law Enforcement.
  • Point Allerton Small Boat Station - Hull, MA Search and Rescue / Law Enforcement

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15. Facility
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Here's how Facility is used in Military jobs:
  • Administered rating scales and developed technical assistance plans for each childcare facility including the utilization of quality improvement grants when appropriate.
  • Identified potential impacts of relocation of various units to and from the assigned/unassigned facility by determining existing facility requirements and utilization.
  • Participated in numerous nuclear quality inspections, involving fire protection on a nuclear facility.
  • Led facility-wide IT/IM development strategies, integrated $450K in technological software upgrades/equipment.
  • Spearheaded company public relations for retail facility grand openings in Germany and Italy.
  • Researched and dispersed Military facility numbers to customers.
  • Maintained organization and cleanliness of facility.
  • Established network connections between server, 6 routers, and 12 devices for department classroom training facility.
  • Applied the Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) & Trusted Facility Manual (TFM).
  • Supervised over 30 workers to ensure the cleanliness of the dinning hall facility.
  • Preformed the duties of Assistant cell Lead for the Tactical Analysis Feedback Facility.
  • Provided incident free Air Traffic services in a VFR Terminal facility.
  • Ensured the facility was in a clean and presentable state.
  • Monitored and assured the safety of visitors within the facility.
  • Managed 15 people while working in the laundry facility.
  • Served as a Korean military for social service department worked as a traffic organizer in the government facility
  • Organized and maintained mailroom facility for 500 personnel, raising morale among workers and maintaining efficient flow of information.
  • Supervised, trained, and managed 4 personnel Robert E. Stacks Dining Facility.
  • Worked at The Red Tail Dining Facility Cleaning and washing dishes
  • Established and maintain set standards and regulations to ensure no defraud to the dining facility or U.S Government.

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Here's how Platoon is used in Military jobs:
  • Developed and executed the Commando Non-commissioned and Platoon Leaders course.
  • Performed basic communication functions and operated platoon communication equipment.
  • Ensured team, squad and platoon training was conducted and learned to standard allowing for the greatest opportunity for mission success.
  • Instructed Afghan Commando units (platoon to brigade level) on Troop Leading Procedures and Military Decision Making Process.
  • Conducted team, squad and platoon building functions to establish a healthy working environment.
  • Provided leadership to troops, supporting Platoon Leader and Platoon Sergeant to achieve objectives.
  • Served as a Platoon Sergeant with managerial oversight of 25 soldiers.
  • Supervised a platoon of marines with more than 25 men.
  • Gained leadership and teamwork skills as a platoon leader.
  • Company Commander, Executive Officer, Platoon Leader.
  • Operated radio at platoon level and company level.
  • Developed numerous training support packages (TSP) for Platoon through Brigade to facilitate training at home station and CTCs.

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Here's how Training Programs is used in Military jobs:
  • Developed and implemented Military Working Dog training programs to maintain proficiency of assigned Military Working Dog teams.
  • Evaluated instructor performance and the effectiveness of training programs, providing recommendations for improvement.
  • Provided training programs and reach back support for military personnel and customers operating in theaters worldwide.
  • Planned, developed, and implemented training programs, by leading individual and collective training.
  • Conduct research emerging military and police trends and techniques in order to update training programs.
  • Planned, coordinated, and conducted training programs for the Kuwaiti Police and Military.
  • Oversee the development of training programs selected courses, contents, and materials.
  • Selected by senior management to manage training programs and lead training program events.
  • Initiated and instructed tactical training programs increasing team readiness by 31%.
  • Accompany army personnel in patrolling local area and assisting in training programs.
  • Supervised a team of SLP clinicians to manage scheduling, training programs.
  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Develop Training programs for Soldiers.
  • Drafted military and nonmilitary correspondence.Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Implemented Computer Based Training (CBT) Programs, & other Distance Learning Training Programs to include satellite broadcast training.
  • Scheduled and managed travel arrangements for executives Initiated, implemented, and taught several training programs (exp.
  • Work with nationally acclaimed trainer and public speaker Pegine Echevarria, Msw Csp in military training programs.

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Here's how DOD is used in Military jobs:
  • Provide referral assistance to eligible active duty military personnel, family members; retire military members and DOD civilians.
  • Review high-risk contracts and provide technical assistance and lending expertise to ensure DoD contracts are completed on time and within budget.
  • Assisted with the Business Team with write-up of Oracle COTS solution and write-up of an existing Oracle solution deployed in DOD.
  • Serve as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) on DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Program (DIACAP) policies.
  • Deployed to JTF-GTMO for coordination with various DoD entities to include JTF Joint Detention Facility and Staff Judge Advocate personnel.
  • Worked with FMS community to help them understand DoD policy changes and adjusted plans based on systematic reviews and feedback.
  • Ensured that all DOD assets within area of responsibility in compliance with DOD and organizational IA policies.
  • Led wing Command Support Section of 6 enlisted personnel supporting 175 military & 50 DoD civilians.
  • Provide technical expertise on the Networks and Spectrum Services for DOD ICS&S activities.
  • Analyzed project cost ledgers for appropriate Material, Labor and Burden applications on DOD projects.
  • Led a department of 6 military human resources specialists servicing 4K DoD personnel.
  • Tracked purchase orders in addition to processing DOD funding documents.
  • Set up new distribution partners to maximize DOD purchasing access.
  • Process payment invoices for DOD.
  • RESULT Conducted accurate and focused analyses of complex CWC implementation issues that effectively protected DoD equities.
  • Handpicked by leadership to fill the gap in the workforce and provide support to largest DoD program.
  • Worked with McGraw Hill-Dodge and Isqft to find and develop new business.
  • Ordered supplies for naval squadrons via DoD intranet and managed optar accounts
  • Ensured safety for sustainment contracts valued at over $51M Accounts payable for DOD travel systems.
  • Serviced 55K DoD mbrs in the National Capitol Region and Geographically Seperated Units.

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  • Provided leadership and peer guidance within the educational environment to Veterans and/or military-connected individuals at Georgia Perimeter College.
  • Ensured all disabled veterans transitioned from active duty to retired pay status without interruption.
  • Provide military funeral honors to Louisiana's veterans and comfort grieving family members
  • Completed Veterans Affairs internship in Quality Services.
  • Prepared job descriptions; created action plans for advertising and recruitment as it related to seeking out highly skilled military veterans.
  • Work with several local companies in order to establish best practices on how to effectively hire and retain veterans.
  • Explain Veteran Affairs policies, benefits, and procedures to military veterans or dependents enrolled in higher education.
  • Facilitate a Coping and Support Building Group for Severely Mentally ill Veterans in Coping and Support Building Group.
  • Payed final respects by honoring deceased veterans with folding and presenting the American flag to family members.
  • Recognized by America's Future Series as an example of how to successfully recruit and retain veterans.
  • Connect military veterans with companies hiring via career fairs, marketing, and social media outlets.
  • Conduct interviews with Veterans and their families to assess their mental health needs.
  • Assist Veterans with Compensation/Disability Claims and Notice of Disagreement (NOD) process.
  • Provide military honors to veterans and present flag to next of kin.
  • Aided veterans and their dependents adjust to college life.
  • Refer veterans to proper parties for assistance.
  • Manage the veterans hiring and training program.
  • Coordinate veterans benefits with the VA.
  • Provided service eligibility of deceased Veterans to family members and funeral directors based on service documentation.
  • Coordinated tutors for students and veterans Recruited tutors for children of fallen soldiers and veterans

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20. Service Members
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  • Provided telephonic employee assistance services, resources and referrals to military service members and their families experiencing personal and other challenges.
  • Developed and instructed various curricula to ensure service members developed and maintained a confident and productive mindset throughout their transition.
  • Counseled transitioning service members on current military policy and oversaw all official military documentation for correctness and conformity.
  • Developed partnerships with local and regional military and military friendly institutions and organizations that support service members.
  • Provide clerical support for service members undergoing the Physical Disability Evaluation System.
  • Organize transition office presentations for transitioning service members.
  • Computed and recorded scores in official DoD Education Portal that resulted in educational benefits and certification in service members' field.
  • Provided resources, referrals and consultation on various EAP and work/life issues to military service members and their families.
  • Negotiated with Military Claims Offices or Service Members directly to reach a fair settlement of their property damage claims.
  • Provide appropriate referrals and maintain knowledge of military and civilian resources available to service members and their families.
  • Partnered with BMW headquarters to sell U.S. spec vehicles for service members and their families to take home.
  • Completed extensive training and assessment to provide world-class support for U.S. military service members and their families.
  • Hosted more than 750 hours of on-air radio with a listening audience of 15,000 service members.
  • Provided morale and support to the families of service members while in garrison and deployed.
  • Monitored all research, referrals and additional materials sent to service members.
  • Brief service members on policy and procedure during soldier readiness processing.
  • Assisted in the planning and participated in multiple fundraising events that purchased needed items for deployed service members and their families.
  • Provide short term, confidentialproblem-solving counseling services to military service members, and their families as well as DoD civilian employees.
  • Communicate with service members and their families in the time of distress to ensure quality casework.
  • Yielded [ ] in funds and saved [ ] for 5,000 service members while in port and at sea.

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21. NCO
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  • Logged over 3,000 hours in combat air operations encompassing the full spectrum of activities in support of Combat operations.
  • Receive, scan, archive, track, follow and maintain incoming requests for purchase ensuring information is accurate.
  • Conducted briefings for over 600 incoming Joint Task Force personnel, covering base policies and military justice.
  • Answered a high volume of incoming calls and in-person inquiries from both clients and colleagues.
  • Verified credentials issued guest passes and conducted vehicle inspections on all incoming vehicles.
  • Inspected incoming shipments for accuracy, approved Bill of Ladings against Purchase Orders.
  • Briefed over 1100 Senior Officers and NCO's on instillation residential policies.
  • Handled incoming and outgoing correspondence, including mail, email and faxes.
  • Receive, process and distribute deliveries, incoming and outgoing mail.
  • Incorporate a lot of attention to detail.
  • Sorted and routed incoming correspondence and messages.
  • Handled all incoming and outgoing mail.
  • Acted as drug testing NCO.
  • Assisted and encouraged sharing of military force structure data between Iraqi agencies to operationalize the Iraqi Human Resources Information System.
  • Oversee the administration of multiple, major and complex construction projects encompassing all phases of the construction project cycle.
  • Subject Matter Expert encompassing all Pashto and Persian language speaking regions, especially those in area of operations.
  • Processed incoming staff, tracking arrivals, departures, reenlistments and retirements.
  • Supervised a staff of three NCOs and 60 students.
  • Served onboard USS Vancouver LPD-2 and USS Hancock CV 19.
  • Managed cash, inventory and orders at Military Hospital Caf Trained and supervised incoming soldiers

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22. Terrorism
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  • Commanded team responsible for counter-terrorism operations, security, intelligence collection, and extraction.
  • Managed requirements for War on Terrorism while simultaneously heading Defense transformation efforts.
  • Developed and coordinated new Anti-terrorism Force Protection plan in the region following the USS Cole bombing incident.
  • Protect Federal property from sabotage, terrorism, trespass, and willful damage.
  • Support and defended my country from acts of terrorism.
  • Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
  • Serve as Anti-Terrorism Officer (ATO) for NCG 2 and 22 NCR.
  • Executed a U.S. Presidentially-directed, compartmentalized intelligence sharing operation in support of counter-terrorism operations in Turkey and Northern Iraq.
  • Participated in Brigade Command planning teams and as well as interagency, intergovernmental and multinational counter and anti-terrorism venues.
  • Served as the security advisor for all U.S. and Iraqi leaders on issues relating to antiterrorism/force protection.

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23. Squadron
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  • Solo Arc Welder for Civil Engineering Squadron - Medical/Surgical Services Specialist
  • Provided Computer Support to Squadron personnel as additional duty.
  • Advised squadron commander concerning retention of enlisted personnel.
  • Managed squadron classified material control center.
  • Prepared and performed daily system operations briefings for Group Commanders, Squadron Commanders, The Director of Operations and intelligence analysts.
  • Manage inventories and conduct inventories of repair parts/general supplies and distribute mail for ships, squadrons, and shore-based activities.
  • Served as resident expert on military equal opportunity matters, advising wing, group and squadron commanders.
  • Assisted in testing the engines at full power to return to squadron at Ready operational status.
  • Maintained and operated 25 military vehicles in support of a Marine EA6B Prowler Bombing Squadron.
  • Managed the upkeep of eight squadron facilities and building spaces as a fire warden.
  • Sustained wing staff records to hold accountability for 4 groups and 14 squadrons.
  • Conducted climate assessments and surveys for 36 squadrons, supervised 3 people.
  • Provide emotional support for spouses of Active Duty members within the squadron.
  • Served as the supervisor for the squadron staff of five officers.
  • Served as the 5th Squadron 7th Cavalry Unit Movement Officer.
  • Commanded at group, squadron, and detachment levels.
  • Managed care and upkeep of the squadron area.
  • Worked with military leadership to plan squadron functions.
  • Worked in the Squadrons supply warehouse.
  • Detached to helio squadron hsc 25 worked in aviation department.

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24. Leadership
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  • Evaluated cadets; made recommendations on leadership, disciplinary actions, commissioning and retain-ability.
  • Recognized by senior leadership for effective style in training and mentoring military units.
  • Charged with organizing yearly leadership forums, including the Military Education Coordination Council.
  • Recognized for energetic leadership and relentless drive for exceeding performance objectives.
  • Started as an infantryman transitioning into leadership management.
  • Experienced with control of suspense actions, and final editing of documents before submission to higher senior leadership.
  • Prepared and conducted numerous briefings to both US and International Senior Military Leadership, and congressional VIPs.
  • Conducted leadership development, counseling, and performance evaluations for Special Operations officers and NCO's.
  • Provided leadership, training, guidance, and evaluations for 10 officers and senior non-commissioned officers.
  • Promoted MEO programs to senior leadership, 11th Wing populace and National Capital Region units.
  • Work closely with the leadership team while gaining promotion and rank among other career airmen.
  • Worked as a motivated Marine instilled with discipline and leadership skills.
  • Contacted command leadership to ensure support and safety of client.
  • Prepared and briefed monthly status review to senior leadership.
  • Performed monthly duties to maintain discipline, and leadership.
  • Experienced with advanced technology, leadership and teamwork.
  • Assess Leadership Development- watch, teach and mentor.
  • Delivered multi-day training programs on education, leadership, management, team building, and related topics.
  • Promoted MEO programs to senior leadership and units assigned to Bagram AB.
  • course, Military Video Course, Static Line Parachuting, and Warrior Leadership Course.

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25. Communication
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Here's how Communication is used in Military jobs:
  • Operated secure/unsecured voice communications equipment.
  • Demonstrated planning abilities and program development on various aspects, including communications, electronics, network, and information systems development.
  • Liaised with other departments/squadrons as necessary to facilitate effective communication and implementation of departmental processes and procedures.
  • Lead the development of marketing communications efforts to support national and local promotional efforts.
  • Performed in a security capacity as well as receiving training in communications.
  • Engaged in proactive communications and established and maintained effective working relationships.
  • Screened incoming calls and verbal/written communication.
  • Established and commanded field communication operations.
  • Radio Team Operation and Satellite Communications.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment.
  • Understand business needs and intent of promotion to develop communication objectives to support campaigns and drive effective and desired results.
  • Operate and maintain field communications equipment to identify specific locations and ranges and assess the need for field operations.
  • Assist the Communication Radio Chief in the planning, implementation and operation of all radio assets throughout the battalion.
  • Prepared, deployed and redeployed 3 tactical vehicles, 3 communications, 3 power generation units and 6 soldiers.
  • Instructed 2 or more personnel in operation of communication equipment and computer systems.
  • Lead, mentor, and train Marines in all aspects of radio communication.
  • Format the Emergency Communications Message and deliver to service member's command.
  • Train soldiers on the operation and maintenance of communications equipment.
  • Organized Was accountable for thousands of dollars worth of tools and communication equipment, With zero loss of equipment.
  • Support military operations in the performance of tasks for fixed and deployable communications.

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26. Project Management
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Here's how Project Management is used in Military jobs:
  • Perform records management in TRIM and assist project management with documentation support for regulatory compliance and audit readiness.
  • Assisted Project Management office with developing client's requirements.
  • Coordinated all system requirements and New Equipment Training (NET) classes with the Project Management Office (PMO).
  • Developed and implemented technical project management tools, such as plans, schedules, and responsibility and compliance matrices.
  • Company offers Complete Project management, Kitting, and Metal fabrication of Military Items.
  • Certified Emergency Medical TechnicianSkills Usedemergency medical techniques; leadership; teamwork; project management; lecturing; interpersonal communication;
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT - CONSTRUCTION Served in multiple project leadership roles worldwide.
  • Assist DBA with project management and schedule of deliverables.

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27. MOS
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  • Participated in military operational readiness exercises and inspections that showcased the high level performance achieved during a war time atmosphere.
  • Initiated infrastructure projects and coordinated humanitarian assistance for reconstruction in and around Mosul, Iraq.
  • Supplied the leadership with accurate information pertaining to atmospherics within the operational environment.
  • Make reservations for non prior and prior service applicants ensuring they meet the minimum qualifications for enlistment in the MOS selected.
  • Developed and executed system functionality and strategies to most effectively meet the goals and vision of the organization and agency.
  • Analyze all aspects of corporate logistics to determine the most cost-effective or efficient means of transporting products or supplies.
  • Determine most effective arrangement of operations such as mixing, crushing, heat transfer, distillation, and drying.
  • Provide advice and guidance to soldiers regarding schooling, military service, promotion opportunities, MOS changes, etc.
  • Negotiated implementation procedures for US-Soviet Agreement on the Prevention of Dangerous Military Activities (Washington/Moscow, 1989-90).
  • Managed a fifteen man recruiting center with the goal of enlisting the most qualified personnel into the military.
  • Supported Defense Attache Office in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Bratislava, Slovakia, and Moscow, Russia.
  • Worked with the Spanish military and acquired a strong (almost fluent) knowledge of Spanish.
  • Conducted and graded applicable tests to insure the learning was justified towards their MOS's.
  • Received Most Valuable Player Award for instituting team recruiting concept and theory.
  • Managed assignments by MOS and grades and arrival and departure dates.
  • Produced training memos, and other training documentation as required.
  • Graduated mos school in supply this was my trade.
  • Documented all cases into the MOS/LW Case Management System.
  • JOB COMBAT INFANTRY SOLDIER mos 11b-11c-11d-11e-----63b-63c
  • Awarded for the designed and maintenance of the world s most complex data link architecture during Operation Desert Storm.

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28. Ribbon
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  • Awarded 10 ribbons with multiple citations during service.
  • Implement VRAP and Yellow Ribbon programs.
  • Handled custom projects for creatingassemblies with fiber optics (splitter modules, ribbon fan-outs, dataJune-2007 - Currentlyreports).

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29. Data Entry
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Here's how Data Entry is used in Military jobs:
  • Practice in Microsoft office and other data entry systems.
  • Complete data entry for each move as assigned.
  • Assisted with Accounts Payable doing bill data entry and helping customers get the money due them.

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30. Physical Fitness
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Here's how Physical Fitness is used in Military jobs:
  • Maintained basic warrior skills of a soldier including physical fitness, weapons qualifications, leadership training, and airborne operations.
  • Lead physical fitness sessions, monitored individual diet regimens, weight loss, and success throughout each year.
  • Scheduled and administered the monthly company Army Physical Fitness Test for 144 soldiers.

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31. Army Achievement
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Here's how Army Achievement is used in Military jobs:
  • Received Army Commendation Medal with V-Device, Army Commendation Medal (3) and Army Achievement Medal (2).
  • Repaired & maintained 187 pieces of equipment, In which accumulated 3 Army Achievement medals while in contract.
  • Awarded OIF Campaign Medal, Combat Infantry Badge, The Army Commendation Medal and two Army Achievement Medals.
  • Received Guardsman Award 7 December for duties served, Army Achievement Medal 17 September 1992 for duties served.
  • Awarded Army Achievement & 3 Good Conduct Medals.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal in 2009.
  • Received army achievement medal for going above and beyond the call of duty Passed leadership class with b+ average
  • Honored Flag Duty Quartermaster Affiliation Received home town recruiting Core Competencies and Awards Army Achievement Medal - Army

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33. Reconnaissance
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Here's how Reconnaissance is used in Military jobs:
  • Placed explosives and performed mine-sweeping activities on land and participated in basic to advance reconnaissance operations.
  • Led basic reconnaissance operations and reported enemy movements to commanding officers.
  • Provide Reconnaissance and Surveillance on Military Installations.
  • Lead soldiers in the performance of reconnaissance training and missions along with many other advanced infantry skills.
  • Team member for a five man Establishment of a Reconnaissance Company Mobile Training Team.
  • Transferred upon my return from deployment to Iraq to the Army Reconnaissance Course.
  • Embedded with a light reconnaissance unit during the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
  • Maintained four Nuclear, Biological, Chemical, Reconnaissance Vehicle.
  • Water Testing, water reconnaissance, Irrigation, sanitation, field hygiene equipment management and maintenance.
  • Streamlined and raised efficiencies in the command and control of global reconnaissance missions.
  • Trained in reconnaissance, specialized in wepans; M9 & a M4.
  • Ground Reconnaissance & Surveillance along side NJ State Police, DEA and Local Law Enforcement Data Analysis
  • Awarded "Best Man of class 2012" and member of the Reconnaissance Survival Team.

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34. Professional Development
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Here's how Professional Development is used in Military jobs:
  • Developed intelligence curriculum for professional development for Iraqi enlisted soldiers that resulted in a result focused Intelligence Section.
  • Conducted training and hosted resident and worldwide video teleconferences training for Officer Professional Development on various military subjects.
  • Attended professional development seminars and volunteered to present upcoming 2006 NACCRA conference in Texas.
  • Combined five organizations into a single effective and efficient professional development center.
  • Guaranteed quality of service by providing exceptional service and professional development.
  • Implemented and monitored programs to ensure quality professional development for staff.
  • Cultivated an environment that allowed personal and professional development.
  • Mentor employees on personal and professional development.
  • Developed professional development courses for continual education of Iraqi Forces, for use after Coalition Forces left Iraqi Area of Operations.
  • Attended and participated in daily, weekly, and monthly professional development and staff meetings.
  • Monitor and evaluate (M&E) assigned units training and professional development activities.
  • Served as the Joint Staff J-7 representative for National Security Professional Development (EO13434).
  • Assisted supervisors with scheduling, work assignments, staffing and professional development of staff.
  • Graduate of the U.S. Army Senior Professional Development Program.

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Military jobs:
  • Drive military trucks or other heavy equipment to transfer contaminated waste to designated ground locations.
  • Encouraged military veterans to consider heavy equipment operation as a career.EMPLOYMENT HISTORY (continued)
  • Preformed base duties while operating heavy equipment and preform construction tasks essential to military protocols
  • Load trucks using heavy equipment such as forklift, swing reach, electric pallet jack, and sky track.
  • Trained as a heavy equipment mechanic and operator.
  • Keep admin records updated on current heavy equipment.
  • Conduct preventive maintenance checks on heavy equipment.
  • Operated forklifts and other heavy equipment.
  • Obtained commercial license with experience in Tracks, Bradleys, Tanks, 113 and other heavy equipment.
  • Gained over 200 hours of experience for heavy equipment * Construction road experience.
  • Recruit Sustainment Program Coordinator Military Instructor- Military Police, Combat Engineer, Heavy Equipment Operator
  • Engineer 272 Engineer Battalion Heavy Equipment Operator and maintenance Acquired Leadership skill in training and responsible for my squad

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36. Afghan
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Here's how Afghan is used in Military jobs:
  • Performed Offensive and reconnaissance operations in Afghanistan for Operation Enduring Freedom Constructed field expedient firing aids for infantry weapons.
  • Coordinated with the Task Force Phoenix on needs and supplies for the 5 regional commands established by the Afghan National Army.
  • Advised and mentor to the Deputy and Asst Deputy of the Afghan National Army Hospital on implementation of standards and processes.
  • Planned and directed the highly successful employment of Special Operations forces for 17 provinces in Southern Afghanistan under combat conditions.
  • Observed, controlled, trained, and evaluated 88 Afghan personnel on military tactics, maneuvers, and strategy.
  • Provided security forces and planning expertise for the protection of the senior ranking U.S. General Officer in Afghanistan.
  • Awarded a drivers badge for all the time I spent driving combat vehicles in Afghanistan.
  • Trained and Advised the Afghanistan National Army on personnel management, logistics, communications planning.
  • Reduced insurgent s ability to engage Coalition Forces by advising Afghan police in patrolling techniques.
  • Led 36 FMS training cases worth $1.5B for Afghan National Security Forces.
  • Provided security during the construction of 3 Afghanistan Army combat outposts.
  • Served as the Internal Quick Reaction Force team in Afghanistan.
  • Established a computer literacy course for the Afghan National Army
  • Served in one tour of Afghanistan from February 2015- October 2015 (ORS 15).
  • Deployed to Afghanistan 04-05(OEF)and Iraq 06(OIF).
  • Performed full lifecycle case management support for Afghan Army and Police training --from requirements to close-outs.
  • Obtained licenses for other vehicles, deployed to Afghanistan and became a dermo representative.
  • Awarded Combat Infantry badge for operations we did in Afghanistan.
  • Awarded an Arcom medal for my service in Afghanistan.
  • Patrolled the Helmand Province of Afghanistan in search of Improvised Explosive devices, mines and weapons.

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Here's how FMS is used in Military jobs:
  • Advised RSAF on FAR's/DFAR's applicable provisions, changes and modifications which could potentially impact logistical decisions and RSAF FMS programs.
  • Supported the Propulsion Department Systems Engineer, and interface with IPT members and FMS customers to ensure program requirements are met.
  • Evaluated research projects; executed design, development and qualification programs to introduce improved designs into the FMS fleet.
  • Acted as the program and administrative point of contact between F/A-18 team, contractors and FMS foreign governments.
  • Coordinated the main conference activities with ten FMS countries, US domestic team and contractor support personal.
  • Reviewed and analyzed contractual approach of FMS letters of Offer and Acceptance, including amendments and notices.
  • Performed a rate review to ensure fair pricing for all FMS clients and allow rapid contract response.
  • Worked with FMS supporting personal to provide engineering assistance to individual FMS countries as needed.
  • Prepared presentations and was the lead in delivering major program issues to the FMS community.
  • Worked with contract administrators to clarify FMS policies and regulations and adjust the contract accordingly.
  • Advised and reviewed status of FMS procurement requirements to RSAF Director of Contracts and Procurement.
  • Prepared documentation to aid RSAF in its participation in FMS Program Management Reviews.
  • Delivered continuous customer support services to ten FMS countries.
  • Provided APML and programmatic support for FMS case objectives.
  • Processed Foreign Military Sales (FMS) documentation.
  • Complete comprehensive FMS spreadsheet for project.
  • Performed activities associated with administration of multibillion dollar FMS program for the Royal Saudi Air Force Contracts and Procurement Directorate.
  • Supported FMS projects by continuous assessment of work progress through analytical analyses, and investigation of work progress and funding expenditure.
  • Provide overall evaluation of FMS funds for program in obligations, expenditures and un-liquidated funds.
  • Conducted case management of Foreign Military Sales (FMS) including budget execution.

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Here's how Saudi Arabia is used in Military jobs:
  • Assist in flight training operations for the Saudi Arabian National guard modernization project.
  • Deployed to Saudi Arabia and Iraq during desert Strom and Desert Shield.

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39. Powerpoint
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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Military jobs:
  • Trained and worked on a program using a PowerPoint style guide to input, change and save sensitive and important information.
  • Acquired Skills: Leadership, Computer Programs ex: Microsoft Excel, Access, Word and PowerPoint, Fast Learner
  • Created and maintain supportive PM1 budgetary metrics document systems for senior leadership using MS PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Conducted training classes on MS Access, Excel, and PowerPoint automation techniques.
  • Designed PowerPoint presentations for monthly divisional meetings with top-level executives.

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40. Hazmat
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Here's how Hazmat is used in Military jobs:
  • Served as Seaman on-board the AFDM 14 Steadfast, supervised Hazardous Material Disposal Team and prepared HAZMAT containment spaces for inspections.
  • Participate in HAZMAT responses and assist in decontamination of personnel and equipment.
  • Returned and became the Hazmaterial NCO for my company, and took over all responsibility entailed in the billet.
  • Supply specialist, armor, physical security, hazmat manager, ammo handler, FEMA Certified
  • Managed sections HAZMAT program resulting in zero mishaps and an excellent rating on annualinspection.
  • Trained first responders in HAZMAT awareness.
  • Completed CLS training and Hazmat training.
  • Staff Sergeant Fuel supply specialist Aircraft refueler HAZMAT transporter certified HAZMAT certifier (AMMO 62)

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41. Coast Guard
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Here's how Coast Guard is used in Military jobs:
  • Provided information to potential Coast Guard recruits regarding military vessel.
  • Served as an active duty commissioned officer in the United States Coast Guard from August 1977 to June 2005.
  • Sell and service Navy Public Works, Army DPW, Marine Corp. KMCAS and Coast guard contracts.
  • Enforced federal laws, performed search and rescue missions, navigation of Coast Guard cutters.
  • Nominated as Coast Guard Enlisted Person of the Quarter for Q2 2002 and Q3 2004.
  • Assisted ship's Captain & crew in preparation of Coast Guard inspections.
  • Awarded two Coast Guard Commendation Medals for superior performance of duties.
  • Ice Breaker called the Coast Guard Cutter Polar Sea.
  • Coast Guard liaison with maritime representatives, government agencies, ship owners, and the general public.
  • Coast Guard Commandant Letter of Commendation Skills Used Leadership experience including conducting training and evaluations.

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42. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Military jobs:
  • Attended monthly classes/CPR Certified* Standard contract with provisions on payments, hours of operation, sick and late policies
  • Perform tests, provide medication, take injections, monitor vital signs, provide CPR and first aid.
  • Completed EMT training, CPR training, and patient transport.
  • Certified in CPR, First Aid, and lifesaving.

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43. Small Arms
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Here's how Small Arms is used in Military jobs:
  • Issued and received small arms and ammunition to secure and control in security areas.
  • Trained in the handling of small arms and variety of ordinance.
  • Earned Expert Marksman Awards in both small arms and assault weapons.
  • Qualified sharpshooter in small arms and assault weapons.
  • Qualified in various small arms weapons to include 9mm, M4, M16, and 12 gauge shotgun
  • Issue and receive small arms.
  • Earned variety of Good Conduct Medals andMarksman Awards in both small arms and assault weapons.
  • fix and maintain small arms weapons, repair and maintain large and small engines,
  • Issued and received military weapons and small arms.Served as weapons trainer for military personnel..

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44. Daily Operations
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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Military jobs:
  • Executed daily operations of weapons and manpower.
  • Managed 5+ recruiters daily operations; open/closed office
  • Maintained large volumes of correspondence by preparing and editing proper legal forms that were pertinent to daily operations.
  • Directed daily operations of the Customer Service, Transaction Management and the Career Support sections.
  • Trained new personnel on the daily operations of the Tactical Operations Center.
  • Planned, resourced, budgeted, and executed daily operations.
  • Managed daily operations of the recruiting station office.
  • Trained more than 150 people on daily operations.
  • Record Management Maintained records for over $5M of communication equipment for daily operations.
  • Lead Equipment Custodian for egress section; accurately maintained $123,000 of supportequipment used in sections daily operations.

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Here's how US Navy is used in Military jobs:
  • Interviewed, screened and recruited applicants in order to fill existing quotas for the US Navy and US Navy Reserve.
  • Enrolled in program - entry date into program subject to availability and scheduling by US Navy recruiting department.
  • Served at various Navy and Marine Corps organizations in CONUS and OCONUS.
  • Have honorable discharges from both USMC and US Navy.
  • Performed maintenance and troubleshooting on military equipment onboard various US Navy ships.

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46. Suite
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Here's how Suite is used in Military jobs:
  • Trained Marines on the Adobe CS4 Suite, helping them become proficient at creating graphic illustrations and at their profession.
  • Configured Basic server services, Partitioned Hard drives, and the daily use of Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Produced video public service announcements for a viewing audience of 20,000 using the Adobe Creative Could Suite.
  • Support the USAF TDC deployable units and suite of equipment.

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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in Military jobs:
  • Maintained field communications equipment along with directing and participating in basic operations.
  • Operate and maintain field communications equipment to direct support fire.
  • Use communications equipment to receive and relay orders.
  • Operated two-way communications equipment to summon emergency vehicles and crews when assistance is needed.
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment * Wrote office job descriptions and directives.
  • Repaired, operated and deployed control/surveillance and tactical communications equipment.
  • Trained in the use of tear gas and explosives.Operated and maintained communications equipment.

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48. Usaf
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Here's how Usaf is used in Military jobs:
  • Developed new business with Rapid Equipping Force, USMC, USAF as well as several defense contractors and three letter agencies.
  • Coordinated with USAFA staff to schedule unit functions, duties, leave, passes, and other absences from duty.
  • Remained in Vehicle Maintenance Mechanic until 1992 when I entered the USAF Military Recruiting services.
  • Served as the HQ USAF Program Element Monitor for the $250M transient account.
  • United States Air Force - Lack land TexasService in USAF
  • Retired, (Early Retirement Program) Held numerous leadership positions while serving honorably in the USAF as a commissioned officer.
  • Assembled USAF A-10 cockpit trainers for visualization, situational awareness, human computer interface instruction.
  • Helped shape the USAF into one of the most powerful and effective militaries in history.

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49. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Military jobs:
  • Performed custodial responsibilities and preventative maintenance of executive government vehicle.
  • Scheduled and organized organizational preventative maintenance on all weapon systems.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on garrison and field kitchen equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on electrical panels and communication systems.
  • Performed propulsion system and auxiliary power plant phase inspections, preventative maintenance and time compliance technical orders on 19 MH53-J/M helicopters.
  • Completed preventative maintenance on water heaters, toilets, urinals and plumbing fixtures.
  • Complete preventative maintenance on time with zero errors.
  • Changed oil, and tires on Hummer Vehicle, and all of the preventative maintenance.

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50. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Military jobs:
  • Referred phone calls and visitors, and provided general non-technical information.
  • Worked as a secretary answering phone calls, schedules, planning events for 5 years
  • Communicated results of inventory in emails, telephone calls, letters, and reports.
  • Interact with staff to meet their daily request for charts, and phone calls.
  • Handled emergency phone calls such as fire, medical, and aircraft emergencies.
  • Answered and redirected phone calls.
  • Scheduled coworkers for front office communications shifts.Accomplishments -Managed in excess of 100 distress emergency radio and phone calls.
  • Fielded phone calls in the legal assistance section to ensure clients were supported in a timely manner.
  • Facilitated numerous phone calls between GOs and Senior Executives.
  • Followed any orders that was giving to me - answered phone calls - serving the United States
  • Multitasked Kept accountability Operated heavy machinery Answered phone calls

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20 Most Common Skills For A Military

Civilian Personnel

19.5%

Combat

10.1%

Procedures

9.3%

EAP

6.8%

Commander

6.8%

Medal

5.6%

Logistics

5.0%

Customer Service

4.9%

Clearance

4.4%

Honorable Discharge

4.0%

Advisor

3.2%

US Army

2.6%

Basic Training

2.5%

Law Enforcement

2.5%

Facility

2.5%

Platoon

2.2%

Training Programs

2.1%

DOD

2.1%

Veterans

2.0%

Service Members

2.0%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Military

Rank Skill
1 Civilian Personnel 14.7%
2 Combat 7.6%
3 Procedures 7.0%
4 EAP 5.1%
5 Commander 5.1%
6 Medal 4.2%
7 Logistics 3.8%
8 Customer Service 3.7%
9 Clearance 3.3%
10 Honorable Discharge 3.0%
11 Advisor 2.4%
12 US Army 2.0%
13 Basic Training 1.9%
14 Law Enforcement 1.9%
15 Facility 1.9%
16 Platoon 1.7%
17 Training Programs 1.6%
18 DOD 1.5%
19 Veterans 1.5%
20 Service Members 1.5%
21 NCO 1.4%
22 Terrorism 1.1%
23 Squadron 1.1%
24 Leadership 1.1%
25 Communication 1.0%
26 Project Management 1.0%
27 MOS 1.0%
28 Ribbon 1.0%
29 Data Entry 0.9%
30 Physical Fitness 0.9%
31 Army Achievement 0.9%
32 Legal Documents 0.9%
33 Reconnaissance 0.8%
34 Professional Development 0.8%
35 Heavy Equipment 0.8%
36 Afghan 0.8%
37 FMS 0.8%
38 Saudi Arabia 0.7%
39 Powerpoint 0.7%
40 Hazmat 0.7%
41 Coast Guard 0.7%
42 CPR 0.7%
43 Small Arms 0.7%
44 Daily Operations 0.6%
45 US Navy 0.6%
46 Suite 0.6%
47 Communications Equipment 0.6%
48 Usaf 0.6%
49 Preventative Maintenance 0.5%
50 Phone Calls 0.5%
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