Top Squad Leader Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Squad Leader. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Squad Leader resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.0% of Squad Leader resumes contained Combat as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Squad Leader actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Squad Leader resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal with Valor Device for outstanding leadership skills during combat operations in Afghanistan.
  • Prepared and executed combat patrols and force protection operations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Coordinated and supervised the training and tactical employment of infantry unit preparing for combat operations.
  • Provided exceptional Combat Lifesaver Certifications to Soldiers from various units in South Korea.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on combat and humanitarian missions.
  • Trained squad in individual and collective tasks required to sustain combat effectiveness.
  • Supervised between 7-10 Marines while participating in various combat engineer exercises.
  • Coordinated multiple bridging mission reconnaissance/builds in a combat environment.
  • Conducted combat operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan
  • Scheduled and supervised combat readiness training exercises.
  • Supervised a 12 member unit in combat operations
  • Command domestic and combat convoy operations.
  • Received and implemented combat orders.
  • Managed the maintenance and combat readiness of 24 weapons, 3 vehicles, and squad equipment valued over 2 million dollars.
  • Led squad on more than 40 combat patrols during Operation Enduring Freedom VII and VIII that involved several direct fire contacts.
  • Conducted one hundred fifty combat patrols with a squad of twelve marines resulting in 100% safe return of all marines.
  • Trained with large groups of individual soldiers on security operations, force protection, combat tactics, and weapons employment.
  • Led Soldiers in a combat Infantry unit capable of rapid deployment anywhere in the world within a short time frame.
  • Conducted training in radio communications, preparation of written reports, and map reading to ensure squad was combat ready.
  • Supervised team of 9 through daily tasks including but not limited to combat training, equipment maintenance and soldier readiness.

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2. Military Personnel

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Here's how Military Personnel is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom, conduction security and stability operations, closely working with Iraqi police and military personnel.
  • Trained 160 foreign military personnel in basic and intermediate security operations in order to improve proficiency and national security.
  • Assisted veterans and military personnel in claiming/ applying for school benefits and instructions on requirements for educational purposes.
  • Conducted radio operations on all military vehicles and military personnel private radios prior to leaving on mission.
  • Provided critical surveillance, to prevent injury and damage to military personnel and equipment during patrols.
  • Facilitated and organized official diplomatic functions involving U.S. and foreign dignitaries and military personnel.
  • Maintained, updated and initiated actions pertaining to military personnel processing and services.
  • Trained military personnel in the physical security of essential personnel and equipment.
  • Prepared and examined monthly payroll reports for over 1,000 military personnel.
  • Prepared and present quarterly resiliency training for approximately 50 military personnel.
  • Supervised a team of 18 military personnel and effectively trained others.
  • Organized and lead group of military personnel through many successful operations.
  • Trained and directed military personnel under direct command.
  • Certified to transport and supervise confined military personnel.
  • Trained military personnel to become Combat Lifesavers.
  • Conduct successful Military on Urban Terrain (MOUT) ranges where civilian and military personnel participates safely using small-arms and simulators.
  • Deployed with the 24 Marine Expeditionary Unit where I learned and taught tactics with (8) different countries military personnel.
  • Worked and counseled military personnel of all branches about their rights, benefits, privileges and obligations while on duty.
  • Selected to train around 50 foreign military personnel in Marine Corps Martial Arts, combat and marksmanship techniques and tactics.
  • Trained and developed military personnel in data collection, analysis, and use of job specific equipment and databases.

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3. Platoon

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Here's how Platoon is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Created and maintained an automated database streamlining access to all Platoon information regarding Soldiers, equipment, training and deployment readiness.
  • Mentored and maintained accountability of Marines within the platoon, providing positive guidance for their personal and professional development.
  • Managed and tracked all logistical operations for the platoon to include both collective and individually assigned equipment.
  • Contributed substantially to increasing squad and platoon moral so that outstanding results occurred through improved collective efforts.
  • Charged with overseeing communication platoon equipment by applying inventory control measures, preventative maintenance and accurate record-keeping.
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal for exceptional leadership and technical knowledge as acting Electronic Maintenance Platoon Sargent.
  • Attended 40 hour physical training course and effectively implemented into daily platoon physical training regimen.
  • Hold flawless accountability for high-value equipment and vehicles; oversee platoon-wide equipment maintenance checks.
  • Assisted the platoon sergeant in coordinating and supervising the organizational missions and daily operation.
  • Created and implemented innovative management techniques to increase accountability and effectiveness throughout the platoon.
  • Performed platoon and company equipment serviceability tests and unit training proficiency evaluations.
  • Trained and certified employees in individual tasks as necessary for platoon functionality.
  • Developed and implemented combat related training for platoon and company level exercises.
  • Spearheaded several successful company and platoon movements during combat operations in Iraq.
  • Advised Platoon Leader on individuals and team integrity including personnel issues.
  • Develop training programs in conjunction with platoon management.
  • Maintained visibility of employed platoon assets and personnel.
  • Executed security for platoon sized operations.
  • Execute the orders of the platoon commander, platoon sergeant, and section leader and ensure they are accomplished as assigned.
  • Strengthened Platoon's efficiency by ensuring that Marines were trained in all Military occupational specialties within the Platoon (Cross-Trained).

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4. Weapon Systems

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Here's how Weapon Systems is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Repaired, maintained and trained personnel on various advanced military computerized weapon systems, digital and analog circuits.
  • Trained on various weapon systems-Close quarter combat training-Riot control training-Ensured daily safety routines with my team
  • Communicated in-depth knowledge of tactical placement of specified weapon systems under adverse conditions.
  • Supervised operation and organizational maintenance of weapon systems and specialized equipment.
  • Provided instructional classes pertaining to communication, navigation and weapon systems.
  • Trained team in properly operating/maintaining all equipment and weapon systems.
  • Supervised and inspected preventative maintenance on various weapon systems.
  • Trained to operate numerous weapon systems, land navigate, leadership qualities, discipline, combat action, and survival skills.
  • Job Duties: Employed various weapon systems from basic M16 to M249 squad automatic weapon, along with M203 grenade launcher.
  • Set the standard for the battalion by receiving 100% on all armament, weapon systems and physical security inspections.
  • Assisted Platoon Leader in the emplacement, sighting and tactical use of all weapon systems and implementing combat orders.
  • Trained soldiers to properly employ, maintain, and sustain proficiency in individual and crew served weapon systems.
  • Conducted training on various weapon systems and general military competencies; maintaining a ready status at all times.
  • Trained all personnel to become duty experts in weapon systems and mentored subordinates on preparation methods and values.
  • Put in control of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of various military equipment and weapon systems.
  • Trained and educated junior Marines through classes and briefs on weapon systems, an after conducting ranges.
  • Certified Range Master, trainer in planning, executing Battalion level firearms ranges on several weapon systems.
  • Worked with armored vehicles as a mechanic all types of weapon systems and other duties as required.
  • Trained on numerous weapon systems to include M4 Rifle, 9MM Beretta, M110 Sniper System.
  • Ensured accountability and well being of all personnel, high-value serialized equipment, and weapon systems.

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5. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Awarded both a Good Conduct medal and an Army Commendation medal for outstanding leadership during Operations Iraqi/Enduring Freedom
  • Awarded Army Accommodation Medal for outstanding leadership and performance during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Received the Army Commendation medal for successful actions completed during operations in Afghanistan.
  • Awarded two Army Achievement Medals for outstanding dedication to duty and professionalism.
  • Received the Army Commendation Medal for distinguished service and leadership while assigned
  • Received Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service during Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal for leadership and personnel development during Operation
  • Received Good Conduct Medal and Expert Qualification Badge for exceptional marksmanship.
  • Received Volunteer Medal for various volunteer activities in the local community.
  • Awarded multiple Army Commendation Medals for my expertise during deployed environments.
  • Awarded four additional International Security Allied Forces awards and medals.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal for exemplary service in support of
  • Recognized for superior performance with seven Marine Corps Achievement Medals
  • Awarded an Army Commendation Medal for exceptional performance.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal, Honorably discharged.
  • Awarded multiple Army Achievement medals for successful missions
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for duties performed
  • Received the Army Achievement Medal for demonstrating exceptional leadership during a 30 day exercise while serving as a nine-man team supervisor.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal for Prestigious and Unwavering service in support of Operation Enduring Freedom as a NCOIC of Force Protection.
  • Commended and recognized high performing team members by awarding Achievement Medals, Accommodation Medals, and/or providing earned time off work.

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6. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Recognized by name for exceptional performance from the US Army Warrior Transition Command during biennial organizational inspection.
  • Coached, mentored, and developed 12 subordinates to graduate the US Army Ranger Course the Army's premier leadership school.
  • Ensured his squad was prepared for yet another upcoming deployment to Afghanistan while preparing his transition out of the US Army.
  • Obtained part procurement for maintenance of aircraft in accords with US Army regulations through parts room, and QC/PC shops.
  • Instructed at the following US Army courses: Airborne school, Ranger school, and Infantry Officer Basic Course.
  • Served in Infantry, Long Range Surveillance Detachment LRSD, US Army Recruiting, Communications, and S4 Supply.
  • Provided combat recovery and maintenance support to more than 50 Iraqi, and US Army vehicles while in Iraq.
  • Insured all Soldiers were adhering to all safety policy and standards of the US Army and its governing country.
  • Graduated US Army Airborne School, US Army Warrior Leadership Course, and Special Forces Assessment and Selection.
  • Learned advanced medical and tactical techniques in various Army courses, which I then taught to my subordinates.
  • Trained soldiers to perform and meet standards of the 4th Infantry Division and the US Army.
  • Insure all personnel meet and maintain training requirements as required by unit and US Army reserves.
  • Convoy Security Team Leader; Ensured safe transport of US Army and Iraqi Personnel.
  • Provide training to 28 Singaporean soldiers of US Army tactics and NCO corps.
  • Deployed to Iraq in combat-related support role as US Army Soldier and Sergeant.
  • Fast Rope Insertion/ Extraction System master instructor for US Army Infantry Company.
  • Partnered and instructed 10-German Soldiers in proper US Army Weapons Operations.
  • Conducted two training cycles for US Army Drill Team recruits.
  • Enlisted in the US Army upon high school graduation.
  • Attended US Army Primary Leadership and Development Course.

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7. Commander

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Here's how Commander is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Composed and conducted several lengthy mission orders designed to fit within the end stated and mission intent of company commanders/supervisors.
  • Company Maintenance supervisor responsible for maintenance reports, updating and reporting deadline equipment and managing commander's equipment.
  • Trained daily and instructed 10 Soldiers; briefed Brigade Commander's respective intelligent requirement areas of responsibility.
  • Served as vehicle commander on Humvee and escorted company commander through various engagements around areas of operation.
  • Maintained meticulous records and accountability for all unit ammunition for the Battalion Commander and Executive Officer.
  • Briefed Battalion-level commanders on status of Company training missions and preparedness for upcoming deployment.
  • Received regimental commendation by the company commander for outstanding service and leadership numerous times.
  • Collected, analyzed and processed sensitive intelligence for reporting and dissemination to higher commanders.
  • Served as Assistant Convoy Commander for a forward deployed unit supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • Gathered real-time intelligence and relayed information to commanders to facilitate operations in Iraq.
  • Advised the maneuver commander on dynamic entry and provided guidance on mobility operations.
  • Created a detailed evaluation system which assisted the commander in soldier/employee annual evaluations.
  • Selected by Company Commander as primary instructor for Nuclear Biological Chemical Training Program.
  • Conducted inspections of soldiers ensuring compliance with Army Regulations and Commander Instructions.
  • Advised Iraq Territory Commanders of mission critical intelligence for future operation planning.
  • Acted as the battalion operations assistant ensuring the commanders intent was communicated.
  • Prepared and briefed daily activity and intelligence analysis reports to battalion commander.
  • Perform administrative and logistical functions directed by the military unit commander.
  • Conducted numerous convoy security missions as the Convoy Commander.
  • Prepared and briefed daily analysis reports to division commander.

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8. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Assisted with the curriculum development and provided C-IED TTP training, C-IED STX Lanes for deploying units/personnel.

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9. Physical Fitness

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Here's how Physical Fitness is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Maintained physical fitness and mental resiliency to ensure tactical and technical proficiency and operational readiness for myself and my team.
  • Managed training and development, including weapon qualifications, physical fitness testing, and temporary duty preparation.
  • Developed and supervised platoon and company physical fitness programs as a Master Fitness Trainer.
  • Designed platoon-level physical fitness training that focused on improving cardiovascular and muscular endurance.
  • Supervised and directed individual physical fitness training according to Marine Corps regulations.
  • Maintained physical fitness program that achieved high honors and recognition for unit
  • Exceeded physical fitness requirements by establishing and maintaining a fitness program.
  • Developed and implemented personalized individual Physical Fitness plans for soldiers.
  • Maintained discipline, individual physical fitness standards and readiness.
  • Developed and integrated a physical fitness program.
  • Maintain professional licenses and perform physical fitness
  • Developed and Implemented Physical Fitness training schedule, which helped all soldiers in squad complete the Annual Physical Fitness Test successfully.
  • Led the Marines in daily functions such as formations, accountability, physical fitness, and operations around the motor pool.
  • Developed and implemented a rigorous physical fitness program that resulted in a squad average of 283 on a 300 point scale.
  • Designed and implemented physical fitness programs for both the squad (8 soldiers) and platoon (32 soldier) levels.
  • Trained physically with soldiers to ensure all were capable of passing and exceeding the standards on the Army Physical Fitness Test.
  • Created a new physical fitness routine which improved the average fitness test of a platoon of 40 Paratroopers by 25 points.
  • Communicated and maintained performance requirements such as physical fitness, daily training exercises, scheduling, and maintenance to staff members.
  • Recognized for leading a nine man element to win a two day physical fitness and marksmanship competition over 35 other teams.
  • Initiated a demanding physical readiness training program that improved the platoon's army physical fitness test average by 30 points.

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10. Basic Reconnaissance Operations

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Here's how Basic Reconnaissance Operations is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Performed strategic and tactical planning, including battle plan development; and leading basic reconnaissance operations.
  • Participated in basic reconnaissance operations.
  • Placed explosives and performed minesweeping activities on land and participating in basic reconnaissance operations.
  • Led basic reconnaissance operations and reported enemy movements to commanding officers.
  • Perform mine sweeping activities on land and participate in basic reconnaissance operations.
  • Participated in basic reconnaissance operations.

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11. NCO

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Here's how NCO is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Conducted multiple live-fire exercises incorporating other nations military forces in order to facilitate mission requirements and better understanding of capabilities.
  • Incorporated risk management strategies during operational planning to ensure safety and compliance with Department of Defense regulations and protocols.
  • Created a historical database based off of route intelligence, limitations, and enemy tactics for incoming organization.
  • Equipped soldiers with information on the proper tactics in assisting and determining significance and reliability of incoming information.
  • Evaluated companies incorporating approximately 750 individuals on military occupational specialty proficiency and qualifications in preparation for deployment.
  • Supervised reconnaissance duties and reconnoiters survey sites to determine special requirements of obstacles encountered.
  • Developed incoming soldiers into combat ready members of an honored and well established battalion.
  • Operated daily in an uncontrolled environment requiring strict adherence to rules and regulations.
  • Engage community members and encourage program participation prior to and during programming.
  • Developed training programs encompassing all aspects of military physical and mental fitness.
  • Manage logistics for incoming and outgoing equipment parts for military equipment.
  • Directed equipment maintenance training program for all incoming and existing personnel.
  • Trained new incoming leadership on their respective equipment, personnel management.
  • Demonstrated outstanding leadership abilities while tested under extreme and uncompromising conditions.
  • Encouraged soldiers to enroll in military and civilian education.
  • Promoted and encouraged academic and professional development opportunities.
  • Informed designated employees or departments of problems encountered.
  • Appointed as facility senior Physical Security NCO.
  • Transmit intelligence and locations of incoming targets.
  • Assist and encouraged personnel in professional development.

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12. Route Clearance

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Here's how Route Clearance is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Conducted route clearance, improvised explosive device detection, and directly escorted command personnel.
  • Conducted deliberate route clearance identifying and disposing of improvised explosive devices.
  • Managed and supervised the maintenance and serviceability of 5 route clearance vehicles and various engineer equipment valued over $1.5 million.
  • Organized, planned and briefed daily route clearance missions and was responsible for a thorough debriefing upon return from each mission.
  • Deployed to Iraq as Route Clearance and Personnel Security for Battalion Commander and Company Commander on foot patrols and mounted.
  • Executed route clearances and reconnaissance for Squad (9+ Marines) to Platoon (45+ Marines) level combat movements.
  • Mounted and dismounted patrolling in urban, rural, mountainous terrain, route clearance and IED detection for trailing elements.
  • Planned and executed collective and individual training on mounted and dismounted route clearance and Counter Improvised Explosive Devices tactics.
  • Lead a platoon of Combat Engineers on daily route clearance patrols throughout Baghdad searching for and destroying I.E.D.
  • Coordinated with other NATO forces that were present for riot control, route security and route clearance.
  • Led tactical missions in Route Clearance and Infantry style missions in Mosul and Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Worked with DSS to provide personal security, route clearance, and counter-sniper for SoS.
  • Trained Iraqi Army (IA) in Route Clearance tactics, techniques, and procedures.
  • Conducted snap vehicle checkpoints (VCP), searched compounds, and conducted route clearance.
  • Conducted operations including route clearance of obstacles, rivers, and other natural obstacles.
  • Served in a route clearance company doing patrols to ensure safe passage of troops.
  • Managed navigation and IDD (Improvised Device Defeat) employment during route clearance operations.
  • Led and directed reconnaissance missions, experienced in organizing route clearance.
  • Managed 20 personnel as squad leader of a route clearance company.
  • Partner Route Clearance missions with Iraqi Army (IA).

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13. Communications Equipment

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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Operate and maintain field communications equipment; assessing need for and directing supporting fire; and participating in basic reconnaissance operations.
  • Ensured accountability of classified information and communications equipment, while training personnel in their proper implementation.
  • Inspected field communications equipment for defects and reported same promptly to superior officers.
  • Evaluate terrain and recording topographical information while operating and maintaining field communications equipment.
  • Maintained accountability and maintenance of vehicles, communications equipment, weapons and gear.
  • Operated communications equipment in order to monitor combat operations.
  • Managed the maintenance and accountability of over $2,000,000 worth of weapons, communications equipment, night vision devises and tactical vehicles
  • Maintain and care of a company's worth of equipment containing communications equipment, weapons, vehicles, uniforms, etc.
  • Signed for over $5 million dollars' worth of communications equipment, vehicles, and weaponry resulting in zero loss.
  • Performed basic maintenance on the command post equipment: 10k and 20k generators, HMMWV, and communications equipment.
  • Evaluated terrain, operated and maintained field communications equipment, inspected and maintained weapon systems, vehicles and equipment.
  • Operated and maintained equipment, complex military systems, and communications equipment at a high state of readiness.
  • Maintained, tracked and distributed over 2 million dollars worth of communications equipment and inventory.
  • Maintained over $5 million of communications equipment resulting in 100% turn in.
  • Instructed classes on the installation, operation and maintenance of communications equipment.
  • Maintained and accounted for all gear, weapons and communications equipment.
  • Operate communications equipment for SIGINT collection, processing and reporting.
  • Maintained accountability of classified communications equipment.
  • Demonstrated trustworthiness and proficiency in communications equipment, resulting in the platoon-level designation of Communications Security Noncommissioned Officer.
  • Instructed basic trainees in the implications and basic maintenances of communications equipment and other military subjects.

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14. Situational Training Exercises

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Here's how Situational Training Exercises is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Performed in various leadership roles during situational training exercises allowing for a broad spectrum of management experience.
  • Led a squad during movement with reconnaissance and security, attack, defense situational training exercises, and dismounted battle drills.
  • Performed in various leadership roles during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battle drills.
  • Performed as fire team member and Squad Leader during overseas combat and situational training exercises.
  • Led a squad of 13 personnel during infantry dismounted battle drills and situational training exercises.
  • Performed as Alpha Team Leader in eight squad drills and situational training exercises.
  • Led team during infantry dismounted battle drills and situational training exercises.
  • Performed as a team member during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battle drills.
  • Led rifle squad during infantry dismounted ba le drills and situational training exercises.

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15. Honorable Discharge

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Here's how Honorable Discharge is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Received an Honorable Discharge with no disciplinary action during enlistment.
  • Received Honorable Discharge upon completion of military term.
  • Received honorable discharge and commendation for outstanding performance.
  • Completed military requirements with an honorable discharge.
  • Received meritorious promotions and was honorable discharged.
  • Received two Army Achievement Medals and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal in addition to an Honorable Discharge from service.
  • Served as a Squad Leader responsible for the well-being and training of 8 Marines prior to an Honorable Discharge.
  • Reached pay-grade of E-4 (Specialist)- Received numerous achievement awards and medals.- Exited with an Honorable Discharge
  • Promoted to the rank of Corporal (E4) during his 4year tour and received an Honorable discharge.
  • Key Accomplishments:* Command driver during Operation Desert Storm* Bradley Fighting Vehicle Infantryman* Combat Veteran* Honorable Discharge
  • Received an Honorable Discharge from the United States Marine Corps in 2011 for Honorable service from 2007-2011.
  • Received a number of medals and commendations, including a good conduct medal and an honorable discharge.
  • Received two honorable discharges for exemplary service to my unit, the Army and the Nation.
  • Troop evaluations, training on multiple weapon systems, rank of E-5 SGT, Honorable Discharge
  • Received an honorable discharge after serving home and abroad for a team of four years.
  • Received an Honorable Discharge with numerous citations and awards after 13 years of service.
  • Tour resulted in Honorable discharge for being shot in the line of duty.
  • Received an honorable discharge with many awards of accommodation throughout my career.
  • Received an honorable discharge with 30% veteran's disability compensation rating.
  • Promoted to Corporal (E-4) and completed contract with Honorable Discharge.

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16. Physical Training

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Here's how Physical Training is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Conducted physical training, offered technical advice on safety issues and provided verbal guidance on all personnel directives and regulations.
  • Develop a rigorous physical training regimen focused on combat conditioning integrating functional fitness and Marine Corps Martial Arts Program.
  • Instructed and motivated enlisted personnel in daily physical training exercises.
  • Developed rigorous a physical training program for deployment readiness.
  • Conducted physical Training courses of approximately 100 soldiers.
  • Participate and supervise cadet physical training activities.
  • Supervised the development of physical training schedules.
  • Generated weekly Physical Training schedules.
  • Certified in physical training, leadership, counseling, force protection, personnel protection and security of government equipment and facilities.
  • Supervised and dealt with personnel issues of twelve team members in duties which included physical training, welfare and gear oversight.
  • Conduct physical training and skills training for a squad of 5-7 soldiers so we were combat ready for deployments overseas.
  • Acted as Physical Training NCOIC and performed Safety Training NCOIC during Annual Training at NTC in Fort Irwin, CA.
  • Lead classes in sniper operations, conducted physical training, mentored soldiers while on duty as well as off duty.
  • Coordinated and evaluated highly strenuous physical training programs for up to 120personnel and improved overall scores by 12%.
  • Led, trained and mentored soldiers in common Army tasks such as marksmanship, physical training, and maintenance.
  • Led squad through various physical training activities while supervising to ensure each exercise is being executed safely and correctly.
  • Managed health, welfare, and physical training of squad and ensured engineers were physically fit and healthy.
  • Developed and implemented a physical training program for marines to meet the physical standards of the personal fitness test
  • Provided guidance and leadership over a team of 5 to 8 Marines in mental and physical training.
  • Implemented a rigorous physical training plan that increased the physical and mental well-being of over 15 individuals.

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17. Technical Guidance

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Here's how Technical Guidance is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and superiors both in training and under stressful conditions overseas.
  • Provided technical guidance on a variety of network equipment and system problems relative to future requirements.
  • Assist in developing and implementing individual training and providing technical guidance and support to subordinates.
  • Provided technical guidance for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance tasks and troubleshooting procedures.
  • Provided technical guidance to subordinates; performed recovery of vehicles.
  • Provide technical guidance and support to subordinates in administrative matters.
  • Provided technical guidance and training in transportation operations and maintenance.
  • Provided professional support and technical guidance to assigned soldiers.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to lower enlisted personnel.
  • Provided Technical guidance to subordinate documentation/production team members.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both subordinates and superiors in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Lead a team in combat operations, providing tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support the accomplishment of duties.
  • Provide leadership and technical guidance to cadets through coaching and training while ensuring compliance with regulations.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and made recommendations to those appointed over me.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates in support of the unit and company missions.
  • Provide technical guidance and specialized team leadership to lower grade Soldiers within the team.
  • Provided crisis management in Iraq combat zones, providing tactical and technical guidance.
  • Supervised, tasked, instructed and provided technical guidance to 12 soldiers.
  • Led infantry teams in combat operations, providing tactical and technical guidance.

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18. Squad Members

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Here's how Squad Members is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Trained, developed, counseled and mentored squad members including team leaders resulting in promotions and successful professional development.
  • Facilitated arms distribution to rifle squad members in preparation of ceremonies and directed military facing movements during the ceremony.
  • Provided improved communication with Squad Members through leading brief/debrief procedures, task assignment and psychological counseling.
  • Performed inspections of squad members to ensure personnel and equipment meet agency requirements.
  • Utilized interpersonal communication and wrote evaluations on all squad members.
  • Submitted recommendations for promotions and professional growth for squad members.
  • Coordinated training schedules and filed crucial administrative paperwork.for squad members
  • Conducted daily, weekly, and monthly evaluations of squad members on their overall performance, job proficiency, and conduct.
  • Insured squad members were properly trained and had a full understanding of the individual tasks during any drill or actual engagement
  • Trained Squad members on Infantry tasks, personal security tactics and techniques, collective battle drills and physical fitness.
  • Trained platoon and squad members on all infantry battle drills including room clearing operations and principles of urban warfare.
  • Trained Squad on tasks allowing 3 out of 7 squad members to earn their Expert Infantryman's Badge.
  • Maintain daily contact and work directly with subordinate squad members to provide general supervision and support as needed.
  • Prepared squad members for promotion by providing them increased responsibility and ownership in the squad's daily activities.
  • Managed 12 squad members, maintained full accountability of squad members, reported full accountability to drill sergeant
  • Assigned mentors to new soldiers, maintaining squad members informed and functioning as part of a team.
  • Assisted squad members with technique, finding the correct position on the field, and memorizing music.
  • Lead a squad of ten soldiers through directing squad activities and providing individual counsel to squad members.
  • Maintain a clean work space by delegating and assisting squad members to clean different areas of facility.
  • Evaluate the work of squad members and take disciplinary measures for inefficiency or violation of regulations.

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19. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Job performance required thorough specialized technical knowledge of law enforcement techniques/procedures, laws, electronic communications systems, and weapon systems.
  • Reviewed case paper work for accurateness and correctness, and the accountability and condition of law enforcement activity equipment.
  • Maintained constant communication with local law enforcement and supported any operations being conducted in our area of operations.
  • Conducted day to day operations as both regular Law Enforcement patrol and patrol supervisor on military installations.
  • Served honorably as security policeman within the law enforcement arena, combat forces leader, and investigator.
  • Planned and directed activities of police division personnel engaged in law enforcement and general police services.
  • Supervised 3 personnel ensuring their deployment readiness and guaranteed their certification in necessary law enforcement duties.
  • Apprehended and detained suspicious personnel and relinquished control of the police or other law enforcement officers.
  • Analyzed criminal reports, directed law enforcement strategies targeting criminal activity within the designated precinct.
  • Provided support for investigations of criminal activity, medical emergencies with local law enforcement departments.
  • Developed and implemented methods to eliminate or reduce significant problems impeding law enforcement and security.
  • Supervised integrated force protection and law enforcement operations for the National Capitol/Military District of Washington.
  • Conducted unit training exercises and professional police development with civilian and government law enforcement.
  • Conduct police canine education lectures and demonstrations to law enforcement and citizenry of New Jersey
  • Conducted on-foot and vehicle security patrols, to affect security and law enforcement initiatives.
  • Trained over 300 Iraqi PoliceOfficers on multiple law enforcement techniques and operations.
  • Collaborated with local and federal law enforcement agencies to coordinate security requirements.
  • Maintained positive interactions with law enforcement and other community leaders.
  • Mentored subordinates on Law Enforcement issues and career enhancement opportunities.
  • Performed all law enforcement activities for three separate military communities.

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20. Individual Training

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Here's how Individual Training is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Initiated personnel training and development activities to ensure the fulfillment of training requirements and documented individual training.
  • Oversee individual training, maintenance of equipment, personnel management and junior leader development.
  • Supervised Company level maintenance Programs and Personnel * Supervised maintenance and Individual training.
  • Assist manager in developing and implementing individual training.
  • Provided tactical leadership and conducted individual training.
  • Conduct individual training for junior enlisted Soldiers.
  • Ensured soldiers received proper individual training, career counseling and maintained personal appearance and cleanliness according to AR 670-1.
  • Graduated AIT (Advanced Individual Training) which certified that handling demolition was authorized.
  • Supervised individual training, morale, and welfare of an eight-man engineer squad.
  • Ensured the Marines complete annual Training and Readiness events and individual training requirements.
  • Received individual training on Equal Opportunity, Sexual Harassment, and First Aid.
  • Maintained accountability, safety, and welfare for 235 Advanced Individual Training Soldiers.
  • Conducted Advanced Individual Training (AIT) during motor pool scenarios.
  • Honor graduate at Advanced Individual Training for 92G10 Food Service Operations.
  • Organized and maintained individual training records for 180 person company.
  • Graduated AIT (Advanced Individual Training).
  • Lead group and individual training, administered tests and diagnositics, implemented physical fitness requirements per established rules and procedures.
  • Soldier Sergeants are responsible for the individual training, personal appearance and cleanliness of their soldiers.
  • Advanced Individual Training: Fort Lee, VA Focused on my Specialization (M.O.S: 92G): Food Service Specialist.
  • Attended Basic and Advanced Individual Training at Ft. Leonardwood, MO Transported troops and equipment while assigned in Oahu, Hawaii

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21. Ribbon

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Here's how Ribbon is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Received Combat Action Ribbon for actions engaging enemy insurgents in Afghanistan.
  • Awarded to Service Members who Serve in Direct Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom o Army Service Ribbon.
  • Awarded the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon with one star.
  • Directed the assembly of ribbon and fixed bridges.
  • Received various honors, awards, and ribbons.
  • Awarded the Combat Action Ribbon.
  • Earned 3 military service ribbons.
  • Trained/Supervised Iraqi Military Forces for security and combat operations Awards: Meritorious Mast, Combat Action, and Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon
  • Top performer though out my military service Earned many awards & ribbons.

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22. Military Equipment

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Here's how Military Equipment is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Maintained accountability and responsibility of military equipment.
  • Trained and instructed 50+ personnel in highly sensitive military equipment and specialized military weapons by reading and interpreting technical reference manuals.
  • Coordinated planned and executed the movement of military equipment via military air in support of a border military road construction operation.
  • Established new standard for supervisors by introducing comprehensive system of checks and balances for managing military equipment.
  • Serviced all military equipment/vehicles through preventive maintenance and diagnostic checks to ensure adherence to military standards.
  • Maintained accurate accountability and serviceability for over $2 million worth of top secret military equipment.
  • Maintained 100% accountability for millions of dollars of sensitive military equipment throughout deployment.
  • Maintain accountability and serviceability of military equipment of a Marine Corps Infantry Rifle Company.
  • Licensed to operate heavy military equipment and perform preventative maintenance checks and services.
  • Give live demonstrations of military equipment to civilians during military public relation exercises.
  • Maintained accountability of over 250,000 dollars of military equipment in Iraq.
  • Maintained accountability and security of sensitive military equipment with secret clearance.
  • Lead daily security details of classified weapons and military equipment.
  • Repair and replace electrical components in military equipment.
  • Manage vendor and internal fabrication of military equipment
  • Provided repair and maintenance on military equipment.
  • Conducted inspections of all military equipment.
  • Manage assembly logistics for military equipment.
  • Maintained accountability for more than $250,000 in military equipment, monitored and tracked inventory, ordered replacement parts as required.
  • Move over 2 million dollars of military equipment from site to site and ensure it is in working condition.

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23. Terrorism

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Here's how Terrorism is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Conducted training for 160+ personnel on enemy activity, criminal activity, and specific threats with Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection recommendations for mitigation.
  • Conducted static anti-terrorism operations post 9/11 in support of US Army installation security measures.
  • Supervised construction of Anti-terrorism obstruction and defensive fortifications.
  • Conducted anti-terrorism measures and precautions.
  • Planned and led covert raids on high value individuals in conjunction with counter terrorism and counter international crimes in Basra province.
  • Awarded to Active Duty Personnel who Serve During a Time of Conflict o Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
  • Executed hundreds of anti-terrorism and combat missions in both Iraq and Lebanon with 12+ Marines under my direct command.
  • Supervised and executed a wide range of tactical and non-tactical operations crucial to fighting the War on Terrorism.
  • Lead a group of 11 men in Iraq defending the United States in the global war on terrorism.
  • Supervised and planned joint missions with other counter-terrorism units in order to retrieve high value target capture.
  • Awarded to Service Members Serving in Support of Global War on Terrorism o Korean Defense Service Medal.
  • Earned Good Combat Medal, Global War on Terrorism, Sea Service Deployment, and National Defense.
  • Served honorably, trained in all aspects of leadership, security, and anti terrorism tactics.
  • Led a squad of 11 Marines serving as Fleet Anti-Terrorism Marines in an infantry platoon.
  • Trained Battalion Unit Police on Anti Terrorism and Force Protection measures during heightened security posture.
  • Served as the Anti-Terrorism Officer and subject matter expert for physical security and force protection.
  • Received Marine of the Quarter, Achievement Medals, and Global War on Terrorism Medal.
  • Present workshops on anti-terrorism, suicide prevention, basic and advanced soldier tactical movements.
  • Investigated acts of actual and suspected terrorism, criminal activities, and other incidents.
  • Conduct validation of anti-terrorism deployment plans to support South East Asia deployments.

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24. Training Programs

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Here's how Training Programs is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Coordinated and initiated military training programs, provided security for battalion headquarters, and monitored and supervised access of military facilities
  • Assisted in coordination and implementation of combat operations, training programs, and administrative and communications procedures.
  • Evaluated instructor performances and the effectiveness of training programs, while providing recommendations for improvement.
  • Coordinated the implementation of operations, training programs and communications activities during two deployments.
  • Researched literature to ensure training programs are aligned with the most current evidence-based practices.
  • Evaluated personnel, conducted training programs, managed inventory, and utilized manpower deployment.
  • Analyzed training needs and developed new training programs/methods or improved existing programs.
  • Designed and developed training programs; advised in and evaluated combat operations.
  • Developed physical fitness and training programs for platoon and company combat preparedness.
  • Established squad training programs to ensure proper workplace performance and professional development.
  • Helped revised existing training programs with newer technological advanced weapons systems.
  • Coordinated implementation of operations, training programs, and communications activities.
  • Participated in the development and administration of personnel training programs.
  • Completed numerous military schools and training programs.
  • Evaluate performance and the effectiveness of training programs, providing recommendations for improvement, Conduct (AAR) after action reviews.
  • Maintained and operated Armor equipment, trained and developed squad of four soldiers, created weekly training programs.
  • Developed training programs, mentored, and lead 14 individuals to preserve a peaceful environment under adverse conditions.
  • Developed and led training programs for 4 man teams up to 45 man units in preparation for combat.
  • Developed and led training programs as the main instructor via Microsoft excel and PowerPoint in preparation for combat.
  • Established team training goals and objectives; recommend changes to unit training programs, schedules and plans.

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25. Tactical Employment

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Here's how Tactical Employment is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Supervised and assisted in the supervision of personnel during training and tactical employment of infantry unit.
  • Maintained combat readiness of the squad and ensured tactical employment during combat operations.
  • Direct squad's tactical employment during offensive and defensive operations.
  • Directed the Squad's tactical employment during offensive and defensive operations, while managing terrain and threat analysis within villages.
  • Led the tactical employment and control of the squad and the maintenance and operation of all vehicles and equipment.
  • Enforced orders, security directives, and safety regulations and led the tactical employment of the team.
  • Led 10 Soldiers, providing counseling, guidance, tactical employment, and personal and professional development.
  • Directed and controlled the tactical employment of a fire team in combat and training operations.
  • Directed and controlled the tactical employment of the rifle platoon in combat and training operations.
  • Assisted the Platoon Leader in the tactical employment of 2 machine gun teams.
  • Advised the platoon leader in the tactical employment of the engineer squad.
  • Supervised the tactical employment of four different weapons systems.
  • Direct Squad's tactical employment during offensive and defensive operations while deployed in Bagdad, Iraq.
  • Supervised and assisted in the supervision of personnel during training and tactical employment of an Engineer Squad..
  • Direct the team'sEligibility and Enrollment Basicstactical employment during offensive and defensive operations.

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26. Afghan

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Here's how Afghan is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Led civil military operation in an organization consisting of 750 employees in a hazardous environment located in Afghanistan.
  • Developed and implemented an inventory file to ensure equipment tracking and management while deployed in Afghanistan.
  • Provided and supervised security for major U.S. Officials and Generals during operations in Afghanistan.
  • Served as the coordinator for senior management emergency response program in Afghanistan.
  • Provided dismounted security in over 500 dismounted patrols during operations in Afghanistan.
  • Conduct several successful combat missions during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.
  • Performed reconnaissance operations in Afghanistan and Iraq to deter enemy combatants.
  • Directed casualty evacuations under fire in Afghanistan through FM communications.
  • Served as Squad Leader in Afghanistan leading distributed counterinsurgency operations.
  • Operated military radios while on overseas deployment in Afghanistan.
  • Provided security for Coalition personnel training Afghan National Army.
  • Performed reconnaissance operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.
  • Assisted in teaching soldiers and the Afghan police how to secure a crime scene and how to collect and analyze data.
  • Attached to Special Forces teams throughout 12 month deployment in Afghanistan and conducted over 400 successful combat operations and HVT Missions.
  • Deployed to Eastern Afghanistan as a Sniper (B4 QUALIFED) in charge of 3 personnel to conduct many successful operations.
  • Performed as a liaison to counterparts in ANCOP (Afghanistan National Civil Order of Police) on daily planning and duties.
  • Worked OCONUS in High Threat environment for four combat tours to include Iraq and Afghanistan totaling 40 months of Deployment Experience.
  • Completed a 12 month deployment in Afghanistan participating in Operation: Enduring Freedom; Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn.
  • Coach and mentored Afghan National Army Soldiers during numerous US and Afghan patrols, leading to better cohesion and effective teamwork.
  • Increased logistical and building materials by 60%, supplying over $150 billion worth of building materials throughout Southern Afghanistan.

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27. Security Operations

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Here's how Security Operations is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Provided leadership for over 180 soldiers ensuring they were fully trained and capable of safely performing their security operations during deployments.
  • Planned and executed squad training assisted section leader on the tactical deployment of the section during reconnaissance and security operations.
  • Developed qualified leaders who trained and directed teams and sections and trained in core competencies of security operations and awareness.
  • Resulted in receiving multiple commendations from Observer Controllers on expertise in leading small units in combat and security operations.
  • Led quick reaction teams during combat operations; trained and prepared teams to perform defensive military security operations.
  • Coordinated logistic support, counter-insurgency, counter-intelligence and security operations resulting in 100% objective accomplishment rate.
  • Participated in planning and coordinating security operations, and enforced discipline, security, and safety directives.
  • Conducted security operations, humanitarian efforts and combat missions; engaged with enemy personnel where necessary.
  • Enforced theater security operations by effectively maintaining an unparalleled state of readiness of my squad.
  • Supervised Security Operations at U.S. Embassy in Kabul and assessed current threat environment.
  • Managed base security operations and typically supervised teams of twelve or more Marines.
  • Supervised and conducted security operations and logistics command during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on Recon and Security Operations.
  • Gained essential management skills and knowledge while conducting tactical security operations.
  • Conducted security operations to ensure cargo is not stolen.
  • Conducted Combat and Security operations while deployed to Afghanistan.
  • Oversaw/performed perimeter door security and interior office security operations.
  • Conducted countless convoy security operations and foot patrols.
  • Supervised infantry squad while conducting security operations.
  • Perform Base/ECP and convoy security operations.

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28. Personnel Management

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Here's how Personnel Management is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Team personnel management including monthly counseling statement, team and individual evaluations and discipline and performance assessments.
  • Proposed and successfully implemented new standards to assist with personnel management and meeting the required schedule.
  • Counseled managers in junior leader development and personnel management issues.
  • Performed all aspects of personnel management responsibilities.
  • Instructed and advised in the matters of tactics, personnel management, and junior leader development.
  • Led, managed and supported a wide range of infantry, security, quality control, and various personnel management/development duties.

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29. Daily Operations

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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Lead position in base operations center overseeing daily operations of over one hundred fifty joint service military and civilian personnel.
  • Managed a team of 13 Marines in daily operations to promote and facilitate professional development through guided leadership and integrity.
  • Maintain accountability to soldiers under my supervision and ensure that daily operations and tasks are completed per Army regulations
  • Supervised and Evaluated 15 soldiers in daily operations and preparation including monthly performance evaluations with Army FormFlow software.
  • Conducted combat and training operations in Afghanistan and progressively transitioned responsibility of daily operations over to local forces.
  • Created standard operating procedures to ensure the safety and preparedness of all personnel in daily operations.
  • Conducted daily operations and accountability briefs with the squad to ensure mission execution and completion.
  • Managed the daily operations schedule for 150 professional military personnel as the operation manager.
  • Brief senior leadership about information and potential intelligence squad has collected during daily operations.
  • Supervised fourteen Marines on daily operations interacting and working closely with foreign military.
  • Provided continuity for assigned tasks during changes in leadership and directed daily operations.
  • Executed daily operations keeping area safe for all military personnel.
  • Instilled safety in subordinates from daily operations to field environments
  • Required to maintain physical conditioning for strenuous daily operations.
  • Supervised 35-member security force through daily operations.
  • Executed daily operations and security patrols.
  • Executed daily operations of training.
  • Planned daily operations for 18 personnel; coordinated the logistical operations and allocation of supplies to accomplish the Unit goals.
  • Supervised a crew of 17 in daily operations, including evaluation and discipline resulting in a more proficient work environment.
  • Prepared detailed reports on the daily operations of soldiers for superior officers so they could make critical strategic decisions.

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30. Non

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Here's how Non is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Directed DART related police services involving criminal and non-criminal matters (investigation of criminal activities, accident investigation).
  • Conceived and implemented non-kinetic community policing type Counter-IED/Counter Insurgency operations practice, engaged locals along Iraq Main Supply Routes.
  • Collaborated in two humanitarian aid missions including Hurricane Katrina response as well as initiatives in Beirut, Lebanon.
  • Supply Sergeant - Conduct inventory of uniforms, organizational non-organizational, sensitive non-sensitive, expendable non-expendable equipment.
  • Trained in Leadership and professional development by successfully completing the Non commissioned officer professional development school.
  • Directed construction of combat bunkers, shelters, and non-explosive anti-vehicular obstacles and expedient lifting devices.
  • Supervised and performed analysis and reporting of intercepted foreign communications and non communications at all echelons.
  • Received The Army Achievement Medal twice for distinguished and meritorious service in noncombat based training operations.
  • Delivered multiple training seminars regarding Non-Commissioned Officer Development to improve staff's knowledge and performance.
  • Worked effectively with other Government and Non-Government entities to ensure all operational goals were met.
  • Trained Marines on military regulations and complex combat tactics in both conventional and non-conventional warfare.
  • Installed and recovered anti-handing devices on anti-tank mines and electrical and non-electrical demolition charges.
  • Collaborated with both officers and fellow non commissioned officers to maintain safety and morale.
  • Company training non-commissioned officer that provided clerical and office automated support to 160 personnel.
  • Conducted administrative duties as a non-commissioned officer ensuring discipline and professional development of subordinates.
  • Trained and led local population soldiers into becoming skilled artillery cannon crew members.
  • Completed Non-Commissioned Officer and Staff Non-Commissioned Officer leadership courses required for further promotion.
  • Implemented an effective safety program that resulted in zero non-combat related injuries.
  • Counseled non-standard behavior and assessed skills, personalities, readiness and motivation.
  • Contributed to multiple humanitarian missions, including Hurricane Katrina and Beirut Lebanon.

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31. Sensitive Items

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Here's how Sensitive Items is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Identified and documented all deficiencies with equipment and sensitive items, reducing maintenance turn-around and improving readiness.
  • Developed and implemented security policies and for all sensitive items within unit for accountability and safekeeping.
  • Maintained complete accountability of all sensitive items and communication equipment totaling over $100.00.
  • Maintained documents and inventory databases for all assigned weapons and sensitive items.
  • Maintain accountability of weapons and sensitive items.
  • Maintained and accounted for 1.3 million dollars in military equipment to include sensitive items, weapons systems and armored vehicles.
  • Supervised and maintained a company sized arms room, that held weapons and sensitive items with no lost or accident.
  • Started a computer database: using Microsoft access, to catalog and keep accountability of weapons and sensitive items.
  • Ensured accountability of all sensitive items assigned to squad and maintained platoon security at all times.
  • Maintained one hundred percent accountability of sensitive items in excess of one million dollars.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of weapons, sensitive items and personnel at all times.
  • Maintain 100% accountability of all equipment, and sensitive items during previous deployments.
  • Inventory Management- verified hundreds of serial numbers on sensitive items, weapons and radios.
  • Maintained strict accountability of over $750,000 worth of equipment and sensitive items
  • Maintained accountability of $200,000 worth of equipment and sensitive items.
  • Maintained all sensitive items and equipment in the company area.
  • Inventory and track sensitive items within my assigned squad.
  • Assigned and accountable for sensitive items and equipment.
  • Signed for and held accountable for sensitive items.
  • Received Letter of Commendation for creating and maintaining the inventory of sensitive items valuing over [ ].

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32. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Operated and performed maintenance on heavy equipment in adverse conditions.
  • Operated Heavy equipment, Maintained weapon arms room worth over 6 million dollars, inventoried, and ordered new equipment.
  • Instructed my squad in the upkeep, maintenance and safe operation practices associated with all heavy equipment under our assignment.
  • Ensured the maintenance and readiness of several types of heavy equipment, vehicles and engineering equipment without damage or loss.
  • Cross trained on some heavy equipment when my squad did not have an asphalt or concrete mission to accomplish.
  • Trained as a Heavy Equipment Operator,- Selected for the ACE (Assault Combat Engineer) team.
  • Operated heavy truck with 40-ton carryall and hauled heavy equipment including tanks, bridging parts and materials.
  • Supervised and participated in the loading and unloading of heavy equipment and verified proper tied-down.
  • Border Engineer Operations, Heavy Equipment Operator, Mechanic & Site Supervisor (US/MEX Border)
  • Trained to operate multiple heavy equipment platforms: forklifts, bulldozers, tractors, etc.
  • Operated and kept maintenance of heavy equipment to include, 5k-10k-50k forklifts and various cranes.
  • Operate heavy equipment over various types of terrain* Perform maintenance and simple repairs on equipment
  • Served as the unit carpenter, metal fabricator, and heavy equipment operator.
  • Maintain and supervise use of all heavy equipment vehicles assigned to my platoon.
  • Deployed as squad leader in Heavy Equipment Transportation Company (Combat).
  • Qualified in the Army's Driver Training Program on heavy equipment-Forklift Operator.
  • Team member during 300+ combat patrols covering 1,200 miles with heavy equipment.
  • Work alongside other soldiers in small areas with heavy equipment.
  • Instruct others in the use and maintenance of heavy equipment.
  • Conducted routine maintenance on all light and heavy equipment.

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33. Small Arms

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Here's how Small Arms is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Performed direct and general support maintenance on small arms and other infantry weapons, and towed artillery as a primary armor.
  • Lead and develop soldiers in the armament field which consists of identifying and repairing Small Arms Weapons for the National Guard
  • Perform the full range of work involved in the maintenance, storage and security of small arms and accessories.
  • Supervised 10/20 maintenance on all Small Arms weapons and kept control of all SARP repair parts for DS maintenance.
  • Have experience in hand to hand combat defense and attacking with both small arms and heavy caliber weapons training.
  • Led the quick reaction force in response to two small arms fire engagements and conducted two battle damage assessments.
  • Trained and proficient to expert level in small arms, light and heavy machine guns and sniper rifles.
  • Maintained and inspected all night vision goggles, small arms weapons, and telephones/radios for convoys.
  • Trained in small arms fire, and instructed classes on fire arms use, and safety.
  • Selected from over 150 other individuals to represent the organization in a small arms shooting competition.
  • Trained 266 personnel in small arms to become instructors for the new Iraqi Security Forces.
  • Assigned by the Commander as the small arms training NCO for the company.
  • Trained 10 soldiers in the proper use of small arms and heavy weapons.
  • Maintained efficiency in various types of small arms and crew served weapons.
  • Qualified expert in assault weapons and sharp shooter in small arms.
  • Conducted training for Small arms and marksmanship within my organization.
  • Trained in various small arms heavy and crew served weapons.
  • Qualified expert shooter in small arms and heavy machine guns.
  • Qualified in the use of small arms and assault weapons.
  • Supervised and trained personnel specializing in small arms weapons.

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34. Machine Guns

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Here's how Machine Guns is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Trained by employing fires with individual weapons, machine guns, and anti-armor weapons in offensive and defensive ground combat.
  • Maintained high capacity of rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades to maintain a high state of readiness.
  • Employed individual weapons, machine guns, and anti armor weapons in both offensive and defensive ground combat.
  • Qualified as expert on assigned weapon and trained M240 Gunners to achieve expert on machine guns.
  • Operate and maintain weapons that include rifles, machine guns, mortars, and hand grenades.
  • Trained in many various firearms, rifles, hand guns, machine guns and many others.
  • Cleaned and ensured storage of machine guns, rifles, and other assorted combat weaponry.
  • Fired machine guns, grenade launchers and rifles to inflict casualties on enemy forces.
  • Cleaned and ensured storage of machine guns rifles anti-tank mines and other assorted weapons systems
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, Javelin Missile Launchers and hand grenades.
  • Gained proficiency in individual weapons, machine guns, and anti-armor weapons.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns and HAZMAT equipment.
  • Make initial diagnosis & locate deficiencies/malfunctions in automatic rifles, submachine/machine guns, etc.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades.Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments.
  • Teach classes for assembly and disassembly of machine guns.
  • Maintaned rifles, machine guns, motars, and hand grenades.
  • Trained and instructedsubordinates on weapon skills and techniques.Maintained rifles, machine guns.Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments.

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35. Zero Loss

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Here's how Zero Loss is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Maintained complete accountability during redeployment of over $3,000,000 worth of weapons communication equipment with zero loss.
  • Maintained one track vehicle, a mortar tube and personal equipment in excess of $2 million dollars with zero losses.
  • Maintain responsibility for $25000 in equipment at any time, up to $240000, with zero loss in assets.
  • Supervised maintenance of $100,000,000 worth of tactical vehicles and power generation systems within sector with zero loss of equipment.
  • Operated, maintained and accounted for equipment and vehicles worth over $2 Million with zero loss of sensitive equipment.
  • Accounted for twelve soldiers and all their equipment, ensuring zero loss of safety gear, weapons, and valuables.
  • Managed financial documents for 120 personnel, ensuring they were properly updated, resulting in zero loss of personnel finances.
  • Maintained accountability and maintenance of weapons systems and associated equipment worth over $3,000,000 with zero loss or damage.
  • Maintained and issued equipment, vehicles, and supplies for the entire squad without incident, and zero loss.
  • Maintained highly sensitive equipment with a value of $500,000, resulting in zero loss in a 4-year period.
  • Maintained over $1 million worth of equipment in the result of zero loss over a four year period.
  • Supervised $2 million dollars of sensitive equipment - efforts lead to zero loss in a 3-year period.
  • Maintain responsibility for shop inventory of over 1500 items worth over $2.15 million resulting in zero loss.
  • Maintained operational readiness status of 95 percent of $1,000,000 worth of equipment with zero loss or incident.
  • Maintained meticulous accountability and serviceability for equipment and supplies valued in excess of $750,000 with zero loss.
  • Supervised $14 million of highly sensitive equipment which led to zero loss in a 4-year period.
  • Maintained 100 percent accountability of over $700,000 worth of assigned equipment, resulting in zero losses.
  • Supervised and always give safety briefing every day on the job with zero injuries and zero loss.
  • Maintained the readiness of all team equipment; valued in excess of $2,000,000 with zero losses.
  • Maintained accountability of <$60K worth of equipment with zero loss through stressful and demanding environments.

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36. MOS

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Here's how MOS is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Provided security for naval installations, mostly containing nuclear vessels and weapons.
  • Graduated from the coveted Army Ranger School, displaying steadfast ability to work and lead in the most strenuous of conditions.
  • Communicate with hospital management, supervisors, security and other hospital staff through memos, reports, surveys, and evaluations.
  • Implied duties often support specified duties, but in some cases they may not be related to the MOS job position.
  • Demonstrated abilities under the harshest of combat environments to lead by example, and accomplish assignments under the most challenging circumstances.
  • Replace defective electrical wiring, switches, controls, thermostats, fuses and breakers using electricians hand tools and test equipment.
  • Drive ambulance to address or location given, using the most expeditious route, depending on traffic and weather conditions.
  • Conducted over 150 guard mount briefs and training classes that ensured the soldiers conducted their duties with the utmost vigilance.
  • Planned and led over 100 dismounted combat patrols in the most volatile sector of the battalion's area of operations.
  • Delegated driving assignments for logistics convoys in austere terrain, where success hinged on collaboration of the most efficient route.
  • Assisted in the development and execution of rigorous training exercises designed to establish and home proficiency in my MOS.
  • Educate customers on the proper procedures required to get the most efficiency from the products or equipment being used.
  • Ensured they maintained knowledge of not only their primary MOS, but of a Weapons infantryman as well.
  • Delegate materials and soldiers into convoy elements in order to operate successfully in the most hazardous of conditions.
  • Awarded to Service Members upon Successfully Completing Initial MOS Training o Overseas Service Ribbon (2nd Award).
  • Train Soldiers in their MOS, military tactics, and on the United States Army policies and procedures.
  • Employed various products and research to predict the Most Likely and Most Dangerous Enemy Courses of Action.
  • Created and implemented MOS cross-training program, including scheduling, lesson plans, and measuring program effectiveness.
  • Devise plans to find most proficient way to complete task and direct individuals to maintain on track.
  • Received training on the Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge in the most forward deployed unit in peacetime.

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37. OIF

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Here's how OIF is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Ensured superior training, physical conditioning, morale, and welfare of eight combat engineers deployed in support of OIF.
  • Provided escort security during OIF Iraq 2007 & OEF Afghanistan 2012; Coordinated a Cargo Receiving and Shipping Point yard.
  • Operated wheeled vehicles and associated radios/weapons over various terrain and roadways in support of combat operations during OIF I.
  • Communicated and monitored restricted personnel in detention center to ensure they remained in custody in support of OIF.
  • Supervised the successful completion of over 400 air pallets of Class II and IX in support of OIF.
  • Managed night operations of a medical clinic during OIF; directed subordinates and operations.
  • Collected human intelligence (HUMINT) by talking to locals in support of OIF.
  • Train several Brigade level units in OIF/OEF tactics by deploying small group guerrilla tactics.
  • Deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF I).
  • Supervised 9 Soldiers in Engineering task in CONUS, OIF and OEF Operations.
  • Conducted traffic control points, patrols and all other missions during OIF III.
  • Received Bronze Star for excellence under austere combat conditions during OIF deployment.
  • Lead over 100 combat missions through Iraq/Afghanistan in support of operation OIF/OEF.
  • Conducted detailed infrastructure assessments and reports while deployed in support of OIF.
  • Deployed again in support of OIF from 2009-2010.
  • Deployed multiple times in support of OIF/OEF.
  • Deployed twice in support of OIF/OND
  • Deployed in support of OIF.
  • Lead countless patrols during OIF/OEF.
  • Served in Iraq from 2008 to 2009 in OIF also served in Kuwait from 2010 to 2011 in OND.

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38. Tactical Operations

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Here's how Tactical Operations is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Administered and supervised maintenance of multiple military vehicles and sophisticated equipment designed for tactical operations.
  • Planned movements for all tactical operations and logistic operations in foreign countries.
  • Directed tactical operations that were issued on a daily/weekly basis.
  • Assisted senior leaders with tactical operations and engineer analysis.
  • Led training exercises and directed tactical operations.
  • Acted as Officer in Charge of the Tactical Operations Center for command and control of units conducting combat operations and convoys.
  • Supervised and instructed personnel in bridging, rafting, minefields, reconnaissance, field fortifications, and tactical operations.
  • Trained, directed, and supervised soldiers in tactical operations, basic soldier skills, and law enforcement duties.
  • Operated sophisticated equipment for tactical operations developed team skills in order to obtain objectives; (SOC).
  • Executed construction of 32'X 64ft Joint Tactical Operations Center increasing security and safety of Company staff.
  • Accomplished tactical operations consisting of day and night training and M119A2 training with zero safety violations or accidents.
  • Helped resource, and executed complex tactical operations and logistics in support of the Global War on Terror.
  • Operated and maintained over $3 million worth of sophisticated equipment designed for tactical operations with zero loss.
  • Placed in the company's Tactical Operations Center in Iraq as 1 of 3 Sergeants in charge.
  • Collected and relayed information from ground operator level up to command level in the Tactical Operations Center.
  • Assumed the role of Tactical Operations Center (TOC) Battle Sergeant upon arrival in theater.
  • Assumed role as the company Tactical Operations Center Sergeant during Battalion Field Exercise (FTX).
  • Led, trained and mentored up to 5 military personnel in high stress military tactical operations.
  • Supervised, trained, and directed nine personnel in law enforcement duties and tactical operations.
  • Managed and oversaw a Tactical Operations Center with high degree of efficiency and utmost accuracy.

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39. Tactical Guidance

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Here's how Tactical Guidance is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Supervised and managed11 personnel daily, while providing technical and tactical guidance and personal support.
  • Provided technical and tactical guidance to subordinates, and professional support to superiors.
  • Supervised soldiers and provided technical and tactical guidance.
  • Communicated technical and tactical guidance to subordinates and superiors during classroom instruction, field training exercises, and firearm training.
  • Led an engineer platoon of as many as 32 members in combat operations, including providing tactical guidance.
  • Led an infantry squad of nine members in combat operations, including providing tactical guidance and fire support.
  • Led an infantry squad of 9 members on 2 deployments in combat operations, including providing tactical guidance.
  • Supervised and trained personnel in logistical support, technical, and tactical guidance, mentoring to personnel.
  • Led an infantry team of 4 members in field training exercises, including providing tactical guidance.
  • Led an infantry squad of eight soldiers in combat operations, including providing tactical guidance.
  • Lead small units of infantry on deployments while conducting combat operations and provided tactical guidance.
  • Led an infantry squad of 8 members in combat operations, providing tactical guidance.
  • Provided technical and tactical guidance to one two Sergeant, and eight enlisted soldiers.
  • Led an engineer squad of six members in training operations, providing tactical guidance.
  • Managed employees and provided them with technical & tactical guidance and leadership development.
  • Led an infantry team of 9-12 members in combat operations, including providing tactical guidance.Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments.
  • Led an infantry team of 13 members in operations, including providing tactical guidance, mentorship and training.
  • Led a Military Police squad of 15 in Combat Operations, including providing tactical guidance.

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40. Military Operations

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Here's how Military Operations is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Supervised, planned and operated electronic based still, video and audio acquisition equipment to document Military Operations.
  • Trained personnel in basic military operations, incorporating contingency plans for unpredictable situations.
  • Trained and instructed up to 120 subordinates for military operations overseas.
  • Supervised and developed eight junior leaders for future military operations.
  • Conducted training and instructed less experienced personnel on military operations.
  • Handled training and supervision of soldiers in military operations.
  • Trained and instructed Marines while supporting military operations.
  • Advised higher ranking individuals on military operations.
  • Conducted Military Operations while Deployed with Navy Seal Team 6 acquiring information for a High Value Target (HVT).
  • Supervised 40+ students and peers in military operations and conducted complex operations at night with 40+ Marine Corps Officers.
  • Dispatched the effective deployment of over 250 vehicles and personnel from more than 15 different countries for military operations.
  • Led the squad in successful completion of Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT) with no casualties.
  • Train and guide team through extensive military operations including the use of technical machinery and combat techniques.
  • Assisted in the coordination, planning and tactics of military operations for my unit while in Iraq.
  • Influenced and worked with the Platoon Leader to coordinate and implement Military Operations on Urban Terrain.
  • Lead, supervise, and conduct military operations as a leader in a 12 man team.
  • Served as Infantry MOUT (Military Operations In Urban Terrain) Instructor for the Battalion.
  • Involved in team patrol movements, tactical drills, battle procedures and military operations.
  • Excelled in a leadership role to develop well-trained soldiers to carry out military operations.
  • Led training operations requiring strict, tactical knowledge of Military Operations and squad formations.

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41. Primary Instructor

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Here's how Primary Instructor is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Performed duties as Primary Instructor for gunnery, qualifying 32 soldiers, 15 of whom qualified as Expert.
  • Acted as the primary instructor for SUT, Advanced Marksmanship, and CQB.
  • Developed slide presentations and present classes as a primary instructor.
  • Served as primary instructor and advisor in the areas of tactics, personnel management and junior leader development.
  • Acted as primary instructor and advisor in the matters of tactics, personnel management and junior leadership development.
  • Served as the primary instructor for combined heavy weapons ranges.

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42. Training Events

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Here's how Training Events is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Received various awards and was recognized by the organizational leadership numerous times for outstanding performance during various training events/deployments
  • Participated in strategic planning and execution of training events with peers and superior officers.
  • Coordinated training events, providing accurate simulation of combat and high-stress environments.
  • Generated and evaluated infantry related training events for 450 service members.
  • Coordinated training events and completed after actions report.
  • Prepared and conducted six training events for 50 personnel; directly contributing to unit cohesion, readiness, and proficiency.
  • Monitored and directed over 800 personnel during high-risk training events, ensuring 100% compliance with operational and safety procedures.
  • Consulted with team members and leaders to develop calendars, devise complex training events, and formulate organizational SOP's.
  • Provided assignment oversight during U.S. training events and led assignments accounting for $50K of equipment with zero losses.
  • Led Soldiers on numerous ground and airborne training events in Thailand, Japan, and the United Kingdom.
  • Planned, scheduled, supervised many operations and training events such as tactical situations and shooting ranges.
  • Conducted and supervised numerous training events to prepare Marines for deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Conducted risk assessments of training events and activities to ensure employee safety and absorption of information.
  • Assisted with ensuring the safety of 30+ personnel during multiple training events involving explosives and firearms.
  • Improved squad competence through quality personnel and leader selection, conducted team building training events.
  • Compose and present in advance all training events/schedule to have accomplished before close of business.
  • Ensured safety standards were maintained and Risk Assessments were completed prior to all training events.
  • Enforced composite risk management during all training events resulting in zero incidents or injuries.
  • Implemented 2 training events that utilized subordinates as instructors of common skills and tasks.
  • Lead teams of 9 soldiers and more through several training events through Fort Campbell.

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43. Security Personnel

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Here's how Security Personnel is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Liaised with host nation security personnel conducting and evaluating exercises and establishing on-scene command posts.
  • Inspected and evaluated the effectiveness of security personnel and activities.
  • Provided first-line command, control and communications for security personnel.
  • Coordinated the activities of all security personnel to ensure close protection during movementto, and operations at a venue site.
  • Assist in the coordination and/or conduct site-specific OJT, client specific training and annual refresher training for security personnel.

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44. Operational Readiness

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Here's how Operational Readiness is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Manage all operational forecasts of supply requirements to maximize the use of all resources to establish and maintain operational readiness.
  • Supervised and executed all training requirements to ensure operational readiness and preparation for national and global deployments.
  • Managed signal soldiers and conducted operational readiness inspection of assigned Signal Equipment.
  • Maintained squad vehicles enabling complete operational readiness in support of aviation missions.
  • Maintained communication equipment in state of operational readiness at all times.
  • Sustained extraordinary equipment operational readiness rate exceeding 95%.
  • Led four soldiers on CH-47D maintenance during Falcon Focus, enabling TF Brawler to maintain an operational readiness of 85%.
  • Ensured the operational readiness, accountability and serviceability of four medical equipment sets and four vehicles in excess $750,000.
  • Maintained 97% operational readiness and 100% accountability of over $350,000 worth of equipment for four consecutive quarters.
  • Maintained combat operational readiness at over 90% on assigned aircraft, 15% higher than the Army average.
  • Managed 12 junior personnel and tracked training, combat, education, marksmanship and overall operational readiness and ability.
  • Relied upon for the planning of multiple assault missions resulting in multiple passing grades for our operational readiness exercises.
  • Charged with the responsibility to maintain physical, mental and emotional operational readiness of an Infantry Squad.
  • Ensured the operational readiness of critical equipment and kept fleet of helicopters mission ready at all times.
  • Maintained 100% operational readiness for eight HMMWV's and related weapons systems valued at $500K.
  • Conducted maintenance while assigned to the organization which contributed to its 97% operational readiness rating.
  • Implemented a maintenance program standard that sustained a 98% operational readiness rate.
  • Maintained operational readiness and effectiveness of 9 marines at Bravo Company 4th CEB.
  • Coordinated with the training department to ensure operational readiness standards were met.
  • Lead, mentored, and maintained operational readiness for 12 junior Marines.

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45. Defensive Operations

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Here's how Defensive Operations is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Evaluated intelligence to estimate the operational situation formulated and executed appropriate plans for offensive / defensive operations.
  • Employed crew-served and individual weapons in offensive and defensive operations.
  • Involved in coordinating and planning over 100 convoy operations and 30 offensive operations, and overseen daily defensive operations.
  • Provided support for offensive and defensive operations and conducted base defenses against hostile forces.
  • Preformed defensive operations and security detail.
  • Led a 6 member infantry team in deploying individual and crew served weapons during offensive and defensive operations.

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46. Training Schedules

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Here's how Training Schedules is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Key Achievements: * Prepared training schedules and conducted performance counseling for subordinates to optimize effectiveness.
  • Organized and supervised training schedules for foreign military units.
  • Authored and revised standard operating procedures and training schedules.
  • Constructed and reviewed subordinate training schedules with senior leadership.
  • Planned training schedules and supervised their execution.
  • Assisted in the development of training schedules for a 40 person organization to maximize training time and complete mandatory training requirements.
  • Aided with the battalion instructor and safety certification programs, command inspections, training highlights and monthly battalion training schedules.
  • Handled all administrative actions to include; counseling, promotions, risk assessments, safety, and training schedules.
  • Provided leadership for junior Marines by setting up training schedules, giving classes and leading by example.
  • Ensured compliance with approved lesson plans, training schedules, safety practices, and established policies.
  • Supported company's Executive Officer with budgeting and unit training schedules.
  • Assisted in the planning and execution of multiple rigorous training schedules.
  • Coordinated and published the unit training schedules and training plans.
  • Assist in creating training schedules and planning communication exercises.
  • Created training schedules for the squad to carry out.
  • Devise and carry out complex training schedules.
  • Developed training schedules, conducted counselings, provided professional and personal mentorship.
  • Coordinated training schedules and filed crucialadministrative paperwork.
  • Arranged training schedules for Marines while stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
  • Plan and implement training schedules for one year in advance.

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47. Basic Training

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Here's how Basic Training is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Participated in the basic training required for deployment
  • Attended Basic Training/AIT (OSUT) as a member of the Tennessee National Guard, 13E- Artillery Fire Control.
  • War on Terrorism Ribbon, Army Physical Fitness Award in Basic Training, Good Conduct Award.
  • Entered in 1997 completing basic training and a military occupation specialty (MOS) school.
  • Selected to be weapons monitor during basic training; responsible for weapons safety and accountability.
  • Managed a squad of 7 Recruit Fire Fighters to the successful completion of basic training.
  • Completed Basic Training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, 09/2005 to 12/2005.
  • Enlisted as an Infantryman and attended basic training in San Diego, CA.
  • Learned how to supervise and train the skills acquired in basic training.
  • Attended and completed U.S. Army Infantry Basic Training and Advance Individual Training.
  • Soldier of the cycle 2007 during basic training and advance training.
  • Completed basic training and learned self-discipline and respect to the fullest.
  • Nominated among fellow soldiers as a Squad Leader during basic training
  • Educated soldiers in basic training, leadership and professional skills.
  • Performed basic training at Fort McClellan, Alabama.
  • Train soldiers in logistics and Army Basic Training.
  • Completed Basic Training at Paris Island, S.C.
  • Promoted to squad leader during basic training.
  • Supervised 12 personnel during Basic Training.
  • Graduated Basic training after 5 months.

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48. Subordinate Personnel

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Here's how Subordinate Personnel is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Trained and supervised subordinate personnel in accordance with organization standards and mission requirements resulting in superior personnel performance and improved morale.
  • Communicated effectively to delegate tasks to subordinate personnel and coordinate with supporting agencies to accomplish orders from leadership.
  • Supervised subordinate personnel in all phases of maintenance and administrative actions.
  • Conduct performance evaluations and inspections of subordinate personnel and equipment.
  • Provide wheeled vehicle mechanic training to seven subordinate personnel.
  • Trained subordinate personnel for professional advancement.
  • Supervised and trained subordinate personnel.
  • Mentored three subordinate personnel to assume first line supervisor positions which resulted in recommendations of each to attend a promotion board.
  • Served as squad leader, team leader, and training specialist for subordinate personnel, at the rank of Specialist.
  • Supervised, and trained subordinate personnel; called for and adjusted indirect fire; evaluated terrain and selected weapon emplacement.
  • Completed nine monthly evaluation reports for subordinate personnel to guide them to become proficient and excel in the military environment.
  • Assisted in the supervision, training and moral of 13 subordinate personnel and 10 civilian cooks.
  • Lead, managed, supervised, and trained subordinate personnel up to a platoon size.
  • Established maintenance work load, priorities of work and work schedule for 15 subordinate personnel.
  • Developed training materials, lesson plans, and coordinated training of subordinate personnel.
  • Provided guidance and training to subordinate personnel to ensure the successful performance of reconnaissance operations.
  • Trained subordinate personnel in Infantry tactics Directed and utilized personnel and equipment Coordinated actions with adjacent and supporting units

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49. Service Members

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Here's how Service Members is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Managed 8 subordinates; responsible for preparing and maintaining service members job proficiency, physical readiness, and deployment availability.
  • Administered and facilitated the biochemical urinalysis testing program to over 200 service members with zero errors.
  • Ensured functionality and maintained accountability of equipment for service members before deployments at the 416th.
  • Gathered information from service members, counseled service members in protocol and regulations.
  • Awarded to Service Members who Complete an Overseas Tour o Driver and Mechanic Badge with Driver-wheeled Vehicle(s) Clasp.
  • Preformed the duties of a case manager in all aspects of the medical treatment and recovery of the service members.
  • Performed public speaking, professional presentations, liaison with service members and government agencies and interviews with the media.
  • Lead a team of 7 personnel, conducting a 21 gun salute for both retired and fallen service members.
  • Conducted daily accountability of 12 service members, and inspection of $24,000 serialized equipment to for mission readiness.
  • Supervised patrols for the safety and well-being of over 20,000 service members, family, and contractors.
  • Commanded squad of 14 service members and responsible for their personal and professional readiness for rapid deployment.
  • Trained 75 service members on a new job to better prepare for our mission to Iraq.
  • Conducted training with 15-20 service members per week on the functions of different weapons and equipment.
  • Monitored all computer based training needed to keep service members in compliance with mandatory training.
  • Assisted the Unit Prevention Leader with conducting random drug testing of military service members.
  • Maintained personnel records and processed personnel actions for unit service members and their families.
  • Trained and motivated 14 service members prior to deployment to Iraq.
  • Supervised, trained and counseled up to 8 service members.
  • Increased awareness of homelessness among service members to the hospital.
  • Supervised and counseled 12 service members on a regular basis.

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50. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Operated commercial vehicles in accordance with HazMat guidelines.
  • Received training in: HAZMAT handling, defensive tactics, performance under stress, security, surveying/mapping and intelligence gathering.
  • Supervised flawlessly in the US led coalition forces downloading of over 5,000 HazMat containers 100% accident free.
  • Supervised all storage, dispensing and removal of HAZMAT products and the safe removal of waste.
  • Handled, packaged, labeled, placarded, and filled out proper HAZMAT shipping documents.
  • Trained and certified in handling and disposal of commonly used work place HAZMAT materials.
  • Trained as a Motor Transport Operator (88M) and certified HAZMAT handler.
  • Trained and lead HAZMAT reconnaissance operations consisting of separate teams totaling 20 personnel.
  • Ordered, received, distributed and stored all maintenance parts and HAZMAT materials.
  • Received 95% rating on HAZMAT inspections as an environmental protection officer.
  • Maintain a DoT Hazmat license for the safe operation and transportation of hazardous materials between company facilities.
  • Specialized Training in Firearms, Safety Procedures, Hazmat, Leadership, Diversity, and Communications.
  • Inspected by Base Safety and was deemed above average on our Hazmat and Safety programs.
  • Transported hazmat materials and troops to and from training sites.
  • Completed multiple fire prevention and hazmat safety training courses.
  • Monitored and mitigated environmental impacts of CBRN and Hazmat contamination, including conducting environmental sampling .

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20 Most Common Skill For A Squad Leader

Combat19.9%
Military Personnel16.1%
Platoon12.1%
Weapon Systems10.8%
Medal5.5%
US Army5.4%
Commander3.8%
Curriculum Development2.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Squad Leader

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Combat
Combat
16%
16%
2
2
Military Personnel
Military Personnel
12.9%
12.9%
3
3
Platoon
Platoon
9.7%
9.7%
4
4
Weapon Systems
Weapon Systems
8.7%
8.7%
5
5
Medal
Medal
4.4%
4.4%
6
6
US Army
US Army
4.3%
4.3%
7
7
Commander
Commander
3.1%
3.1%
8
8
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
2.3%
2.3%
9
9
Physical Fitness
Physical Fitness
2.3%
2.3%
10
10
Basic Reconnaissance Operations
Basic Reconnaissance Operations
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
NCO
NCO
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Route Clearance
Route Clearance
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
Communications Equipment
Communications Equipment
1.7%
1.7%
14
14
Situational Training Exercises
Situational Training Exercises
1.6%
1.6%
15
15
Honorable Discharge
Honorable Discharge
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
Physical Training
Physical Training
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Technical Guidance
Technical Guidance
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Squad Members
Squad Members
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Individual Training
Individual Training
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
Ribbon
Ribbon
1%
1%
22
22
Military Equipment
Military Equipment
1%
1%
23
23
Terrorism
Terrorism
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Training Programs
Training Programs
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Tactical Employment
Tactical Employment
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Afghan
Afghan
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Security Operations
Security Operations
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Personnel Management
Personnel Management
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Non
Non
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Sensitive Items
Sensitive Items
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Small Arms
Small Arms
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Machine Guns
Machine Guns
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Zero Loss
Zero Loss
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
MOS
MOS
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
OIF
OIF
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Tactical Operations
Tactical Operations
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Tactical Guidance
Tactical Guidance
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Military Operations
Military Operations
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Primary Instructor
Primary Instructor
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Training Events
Training Events
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Security Personnel
Security Personnel
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Operational Readiness
Operational Readiness
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Defensive Operations
Defensive Operations
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Training Schedules
Training Schedules
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Basic Training
Basic Training
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Subordinate Personnel
Subordinate Personnel
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Service Members
Service Members
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Hazmat
Hazmat
0.4%
0.4%

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