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Top 50 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, 15.2% 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.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Squad Leader

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.
  • Led squad on more than 40 combat patrols during Operation Enduring Freedom VII and VIII that involved several direct fire contacts.
  • Trained with large groups of individual soldiers on security operations, force protection, combat tactics, and weapons employment.
  • Lead team of 12 Marines in developing basic combat, communication, problem solving, and leadership skills.
  • Coordinated all elements of direct combat duties and provided security for other units in the battle space.
  • Assessed the Risks involved in overseas deployment and everyday life of soldiers as well as combat missions.
  • Planned and executed Health Service Support and Combat Life Saver Instruction for over 500 people.
  • Accomplished continuous combat readiness by implementing a tough physical training program for the squad.
  • Lead a squad of 8-10 soldiers through numerous situations from training to actual combat.
  • Served in combat zone during Operation Desert Storm/ Desert Shield (August 1990-March 1991)
  • Performed direct orders in training, and combat, to keep soldiers safe.
  • Fulfilled a range of Infantry duties for both combat and peacekeeping missions.
  • Assisted US Navy Hospital Corpsmen with the Combat Lifesaver Training of Marines.
  • Led an eight man team during deployment in Afghanistan into combat situations.
  • Train the squad for all ground combat operations through standards-based training.
  • Planned combat training exercises for unit and ran daily drills.
  • Conducted over 75 raids and 400 combat patrols.
  • Operate weapons and equipment in ground combat operations.
  • Conduct pre-combat checks and inspections prior to all operations to ensure readiness.
  • Awarded for Combat Valor (Received the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with combat "V").

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2. Personnel Files
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Here's how Personnel Files is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Maintained counseling and personnel files to assist personnel with career development.
  • Maintain personnel files and administrative paperwork.
  • Organized company level personnel files, reports, and instructed a variety of training for company-sized elements.
  • Worked in S-1 Staff maintaining promotion and personnel files.
  • Maintained personnel files for over 40 soldiers.

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3. Weapon Systems
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Here's how Weapon Systems is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Trained team in properly operating/maintaining all equipment and weapon systems.
  • 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.
  • Cross-trained platoon on all organic weapon systems resulting in 50% of the M2 firers scoring expert.
  • Put in control of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of various military equipment and weapon systems.
  • Operated, accounted for, and maintained various weapon systems valued at over $50,000.
  • Trained Foreign troops on how to use U.S. Army battle techniques and weapon systems.
  • Performed maintenance and troubleshooting procedures on radios, weapon systems, and vehicles.
  • Received special training in remote operated weapon systems and leadership skills.
  • Trained squad members on military skills, weapon systems and equipment.
  • Advised commander how to best employ weapon systems in different situations.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on various weapon systems.
  • Trained new soldiers on weapon systems and land navigation equipment.
  • Maintained all the records for weapon systems in the platoon.
  • Performed duties as a Tank Weapon Systems Supervisor.
  • Maintain data records on weapon systems.
  • Maintained high tech electronic weapon systems.
  • Maintained the turret and weapon systems.
  • Coordinate third party contractors for advanced repair and maintenance procedures to onboard electronics and weapon systems.
  • Led and directed 23 combat-unit team members with accountability for a multi-million dollar inventory of vehicles and weapon systems.

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4. Platoon
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Here's how Platoon is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Mentored and maintained accountability of Marines within the platoon, providing positive guidance for their personal and professional development.
  • Maintained visibility of employed platoon assets and personnel.
  • Supervised 30 members of the platoon to include planning and execution of daily, weekly, and monthly training.
  • Played a critical role in the platoon's success in over 100 combat operations by relentlessly capturing anti-coalition forces.
  • Served as the principal platoon officer for all matters concerning training and the use of all weapons systems.
  • Led, supervised, managed, and served as a member of a forward reconnaissance Cavalry Platoon.
  • Fill in for Platoon Commander and Platoon Corpsman in their absence while operating in a combat environment.
  • Selected by the Company Commander as having the best team out of six in the platoon.
  • Oversee the Medical Squad HHC 1st Platoon and report directly to the platoon leader.
  • Counseled four squad leaders and reviewed all counseling for the entire 30-man platoon.
  • Served as the platoon sergeant managing over 30 personal across three different bases.
  • Instructed a 2.5 week Life Fire exercise to prepare platoon for exams.
  • Selected over more senior Squad Leaders in absence of Platoon Sergeant.
  • Trained extremely large groups in company, platoon and squad level.
  • Supervised up to 8 personnel in a Military Police platoon.
  • Developed physical training doctrine for infantry platoon of 40+ soldiers.
  • Assumed the duties of platoon sergeant in his absence.
  • Performed squad leader and platoon sergeant duties.
  • Reported to platoon sergeant of mechanical defects beyond driver's ability to repair.
  • Flight Line Non Commission Officer In Charge (NCOIC) Unmanned Aircraft Operator Platoon Sergeant Faculty advisor

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5. Procedures
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Here's how Procedures is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Distributed and published Charlie Companies Tactical Standard Operating Procedures Book outlining the company's procedures in a tactical environment.
  • Assisted senior personnel in creating special operating procedures on tactics for subordinates to follow.
  • Revised and edited Battalion Safety Standing Operations Procedures manual for Battalion Gunnery qualifications.
  • Implemented new procedures for effective deployment and safety of materials and equipment.
  • Utilized proper radio procedures with complex communication equipment.
  • Developed standard operating procedures for tactical vehicle operations.
  • Trained subordinate Soldiers and leaders in use of force procedures and the steps that escalate to the use of deadly force.
  • Instructed, supervised, and trained personnel on proper weapon usage, combat, security related procedures.
  • Direct drivers of vehicles on all convoy operations, vehicle maintenance, and vehicle loading procedures.
  • Applied safety procedures and policies as directed by the Department of the United States Army.
  • Supervised and instructed individuals in procedures, skills, and ensured compliance with safety guidelines.
  • Implemented new standard procedures and scheduled daily activities and training for 11 soldiers.
  • Trained new recruits proper military procedures for tank recovery in the field.
  • Enforced safety and OHSA regulations, and procedures.
  • Train four individuals in Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Train staff in proper military work procedures.
  • Lead group and individual training, administered tests and diagnositics, implemented physical fitness requirements per established rules and procedures.
  • Provided in depth classes to groups of 30 personnel on safety procedures during airborne operations.
  • Check for compliance of acceptable work practices and procedures.
  • Initiated, developed, and implemented policy and procedures .

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6. 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 the Army Commendation Medal for leadership and personnel development during Operation
  • Awarded an Army Commendation Medal for exceptional performance.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service.
  • Received Air Force Commendation Medal for work with training program, 80% increase of skill level upgrades in 30 days
  • Received Rifle Expert Badge, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Meritorious Mast, Navy Unit Commendation and Good Conduct Medal.
  • Received Air Force Combat Action Medal and Army Combat Action Badge for actions taken during direct enemy complex attack.
  • Received two Army Commendation Medals, one with Valor after sustaining an injury evacuating patients while under fire.
  • Received a combat drivers badge and an Army Accommodation Medal for outstanding performance while in a combat zone.
  • Received the Army Accommodation Medal and the Machine gun, pistol and rifle weapons badge for outstanding marksmanship.
  • Received two meritorious promotions (E-2, E-4), Good Conduct and National Defense Medals.
  • Honored with numerous award medals for outstanding leadership, field operations, and volunteer work.
  • Recognized for professional excellence and awarded the Army's highest peace time medal EIB.
  • Received 2 combat action ribbons, good conduct medals, and more.
  • Received an Afghanistan Campaign Medal with a Star Device.
  • Received 2 Army Commendation Medals.
  • Key Accomplishments: Awarded The Army Commendation Medal for exceptional leadership and performance excellence in leading teams through arduous missions.
  • Received the Navy Achievement Medal and Army Commendation Medal for performance and professionalism within a high stress environment.
  • Served two deployments to Iraq and was awarded Combat Infantry Badge and several Army Commendation Medals.
  • Received "Overseas Medal, "Army Commendation Medal" and "Army Good Conduct Ribbon"

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7. Infantry Squad
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Here's how Infantry Squad is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Served as an infantry squad leader responsible for all facets of operation for my eight man squad while in the field.
  • Train a Marine Infantry squad in military tactics and security practices in woodland, desert, and urban terrain.
  • Worked as an Infantry squad leader directly responsible for five men and over 10 million USD worth of equipment.
  • Performed as an Infantry Squad Leader with emphasis on training soldiers for combat and leading soldiers in direct combat.
  • Lead an 8-man dismount infantry squad by establishing positive control and creating a sense of oneness in the squad.
  • Managed a 9-man infantry squad performing monthly performance reviews, compiling personnel reports, and coordinating logistic support.
  • Led an infantry squad of eight members in combat operations, including providing tactical guidance.
  • Trained and motivated a Marine Corp infantry squad to perform as single unit.
  • Managed execution of tactics, administration, and logistics of Infantry Squad.
  • Served as an Infantry Squad leader in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Trained and supervised a 9 man mechanized infantry squad from 2005-2011.
  • Commanded Infantry Squad during combat operations in OEF and OIF.
  • Completed Infantry Squad Leaders and Non Commissioned Officer courses.
  • Train and supervise a nine man airborne infantry squad.
  • Assisted in developing training protocols for Marine infantry squads.
  • Lead infantry squad during combat operations and training.
  • Job Description Infantry squad leader in charge of training and leadership during overseas deployments.
  • Performed duties as an Infantry Squad Team Leader , Asst.
  • Supervised 11 man Airborne Infantry Squad to ensure combat readiness.
  • noncommissioned officer/sergeant: Responsible for leading a 9-man airborne infantry squad.

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8. Commander
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Here's how Commander is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Briefed Battalion-level commanders on status of Company training missions and preparedness for upcoming deployment.
  • Earned a Certificate of Commendation from the Regimental Commander.
  • Assisted the commander in planning, implementing, and executing outstanding unit level substance abuse programs as the Unit Prevention Leader.
  • Execute the orders of the platoon commander, platoon sergeant, and section leader and ensure they are accomplished as assigned.
  • Worked side by side with Company 1SG and Company Commander in the managing, operations and training of Delta Company.
  • Selected over 37 peers to serve as Mission Commander to deliver equipment worth over $5M to Yuma, Arizona.
  • Worked as Convoy Commander, ensuring that personnel were briefed on number of vehicles and cargo in a combat operation.
  • Assisted commanders in mission completion by advising them during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and providing needed reports.
  • Coordinated with the Platoon Commander in the operations of a platoon consisting of 50 United States Marine Officers.
  • Key Achievements: Mission Commander on over 13,590 miles with zero safety incidents, while deployed to Iraq.
  • Disseminated information from the Battalion commander in order to keep everyone up to date on events and changes.
  • Trained as BFV jump Commander/Gunner; responsible for service, maintenance, training and Bradley gunnery tables.
  • Briefed Brigade Commander and staff officers daily on the ISR collection plan as well as asset capabilities.
  • Assisted Troop Commander and First Sergeant in writing and tracking Soldier and Officer quarterly reviews.
  • Served as the ACC (Assistant Convoy Commander), completing over 25 successful missions
  • Reported to the Battalion Commander on the Battalions Financial Readiness.
  • Assisted with clerical duties for the company commander.
  • Assigned as assistant vehicle commander.
  • Commanded 14 infantry recruits throughout rigorous training and active duty Directed month-long command preparation course for 30 commanders course candidates
  • Head Coordinator of the Commander s Cup, a competition amongst ROTC branches.

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9. Professional Development
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Here's how Professional Development is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Performed processing of application and documents for soldiers to enter military courses and schools for self- advanced professional development.
  • Assessed training needs and evaluated training effectiveness of team; advised promotion potential and conducted professional development classes.
  • Mentored and maintained accountability of an 8-person squad, providing positive guidance for their personal and professional development.
  • Trained in Leadership and professional development by successfully completing the Non commissioned officer professional development school.
  • Supervised discipline, training, professional development of junior Marines.
  • Provided positive guidance for their personal and professional development.
  • Monitored the personal and professional development of soldiers.
  • Mentor and Supervise junior enlisted in professional development.
  • Provided professional advice and knowledge; contributed to the professional development of young soldiers while enhancing their technical skill sets.
  • Counseled and evaluated team members on financial, personal safety, and professional development on a monthly basis.
  • Conducted multiple professional development classes for superiors, peers, and subordinates within the organization.
  • Provided appropriate training and professional development for 8-man squad and protected their health and welfare.
  • Mentored soldiers in professional development and counseled them on performance on a monthly basis.
  • Contributed in the management and logistics of the professional development/training of over 200 people.
  • Oversee the welfare, combat readiness, and professional development of six soldiers.
  • Supervised over 9 soldiers on professional development, daily tasks, and professionalism.
  • Provided for the welfare, professional development and readiness of three personnel.
  • Trained and ensured professional development education of a six man team.
  • Provided professional development and counseling for a squad of ten Soldiers.
  • Sacrifice personal time in the professional development of soldiers.

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10. Physical Fitness
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Here's how Physical Fitness is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Exceeded physical fitness requirements by establishing and maintaining a fitness program.
  • Developed and integrated a physical fitness program.
  • Maintain professional licenses and perform physical fitness
  • Developed and implemented a rigorous physical fitness program that resulted in a squad average of 283 on a 300 point scale.
  • Led the Marines in daily functions such as formations, accountability, physical fitness, and operations around the motor pool.
  • Supervised profile physical fitness training program which resulted in two service members being removed from profile PT to regular.
  • Trained Squad members on Infantry tasks, personal security tactics and techniques, collective battle drills and physical fitness.
  • Motivated scout crew to achieve 100% first time go rate on The U.S. Army Physical Fitness Test.
  • Scored 300 on Army Physical Fitness Test retaining Physical Fitness Badge by achieving 100 points in each event.
  • Surpassed Army standard of 180 points by scoring the maximum of 300 points on physical fitness test.
  • Maintained the well being of 15 soldiers to include training, military standards, and physical fitness.
  • Trained Marines in combat arms, weapons training, close order drill, inspections and physical fitness.
  • Developed and maintained a high level of physical fitness necessary to accomplish a myriad of missions.
  • Conducted drills to ensured soldiers' skill and physical fitness levels are proficient.
  • Counseled Marines on physical fitness, mental fitness, & Proficiency and conduct.
  • Teach Marines marksmanship, radio communications, land navigation & physical fitness.
  • Documented the progress of the physical fitness performance of each personnel.
  • Hold myself to a high level of discipline and physical fitness.
  • Required to maintain physical fitness and meet Army training requirements.
  • Improved subordinates physical fitness test scores by 17%.

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11. Reconnaissance
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Here's how Reconnaissance 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.
  • Performed reconnaissance operations in Iraq to ensure safe operations, eliminate threats, and gather intelligence information.
  • Championed counter-reconnaissance patrols in Korean Demilitarized Zone to deny North Korean access into South Korea.
  • Coordinated multiple bridging mission reconnaissance/builds in a combat environment.
  • Performed reconnaissance operations in Iraq to deter insurgent actions.
  • Performed reconnaissance operations in Iraq and Haiti.
  • Conducted route reconnaissance, convoy escorts, built and ran EPW collection point at the Brigade main area of operations.
  • Managed team of 12 soldiers, maintaining good order and discipline, during frequent patrols and reconnaissance operations.
  • Trained them on the fundamentals of reconnaissance and how to gather information on enemy strength and composition.
  • Performed reconnaissance operations in Iraq and Afghanistan to provide freedom of movement for U.S. and Coalition forces.
  • Conducted over 300 combat foot patrols, reconnaissance missions and close quarter combat missions above standards.
  • Collected and reported tactical information in a reconnaissance 3 man patrol team in Korea.
  • Perform convoy route reconnaissance, and report danger conditions.
  • Lead a nine man reconnaissance team during combat operations.
  • Conducted two flawless reconnaissance missions during Operations DESERT SHIELD/STORM.
  • Assisted in the performance of reconnaissance operations.
  • Conducted counter IED and route reconnaissance operations.
  • Provided guidance and training to subordinate personnel to ensure the successful performance of reconnaissance operations.
  • Led basic reconnaissance operations and reported enemy movements to commanding officers.
  • Performed reconnaissance operations in (Classified) to Pinpoint and Identify Enemy Encampments, Forts and Hideouts Located and neutralized mines.

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12. NCO
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Here's how NCO is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Evaluated companies incorporating approximately 750 individuals on military occupational specialty proficiency and qualifications in preparation for deployment.
  • Encouraged Soldiers to seek self improvement by having 90% of squad enrolled in Army Correspondence Courses and College.
  • Coach and mentored 25 personnel in all aspects of life; encouraging them to further their self-development.
  • Served as a Water Treatment NCO for 20th Quartermaster Company in support of the 101st Airborne Division.
  • Lead, train and prepare recruits to be leaders of the institute as an incoming cadet.
  • Conduct missions to escort DynCorp contractors safely to certain villages and provide security at all times.
  • Served as NCOIC of FAAD (Forward Area Air Defense) system during operational exercises.
  • Open, read, route, and distribute incoming mail or other materials.
  • Managed and maintained property records encompassing over $400,000 in vehicles and equipment.
  • Encouraged four soldiers to improve themselves through completing Structured Self Development 1.
  • Selected as the Battalion NCO in recognition of excellent leadership abilities.
  • Managed flow of all incoming and outgoing equipment.
  • Sorted and routed incoming correspondence and messages.
  • Encoded and decoded encrypted messages.
  • Earned the 1998 Soldier of the Year Award and the 2002 NCO of the Year Award.
  • Served as assistant squad leader and NCOIC for maintenance for 11 man squad and $1.2M worth of equipment.
  • Monitored, motivated, disciplined, and encouraged twelve junior students during the Spring Semester of 2014.
  • Ensured the incoming soldier's finances, healthcare, and initial preparation paperwork were without discrepancies.
  • Managed all postal operations to ensure all incoming and outgoing mail was properly processed.
  • Well trained soldiers properly do the tasks their NCOs give them.

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13. 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
  • Evaluated personnel, conducted training programs, managed inventory, and utilized manpower deployment.
  • Established squad training programs to ensure proper workplace performance and professional development.
  • Designed and developed training programs; advised in and evaluated combat operations.
  • Coordinated implementation of operations, training programs, and communications activities.
  • Develop training programs in conjunction with platoon management.
  • Evaluate performance and the effectiveness of training programs, providing recommendations for improvement, Conduct (AAR) after action reviews.
  • Developed training programs, mentored, and lead 14 individuals to preserve a peaceful environment under adverse conditions.
  • Maintained and operated Armor equipment, trained and developed squad of four soldiers, created weekly training programs.
  • Designed, planned, organized, and directed orientation and training programs for employees and customers.
  • Designed, implemented, and managed numerous training programs; conducted seminars and briefing sessions.
  • Created and directed comprehensive training programs in five Latin American countries, training 250 personnel.
  • Developed and implemented combat readiness training programs for squad of 20 combat troops.
  • Offered specific training programs to help workers maintain or improve job skills.
  • Developed training programs that would ensure the success of future instructors.
  • Developed and let training programs in preparation for combat missions.
  • Set up and led training programs and safety demonstrations.
  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for deployment.
  • Implement training programs and issue employee work orders.
  • Assessed and recommended changes to improve training programs.

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14. 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.
  • Lead vehicle commander on over 190 route clearance patrols resulting in over 7,145 miles cleared for safe passage of coalition forces.
  • Managed and supervised the maintenance and serviceability of 5 route clearance vehicles and various engineer equipment valued over $1.5 million.
  • 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.
  • Team Leader: Duties performed but not limited to route clearance and platoon armorer subject matter expert.
  • Conducted snap vehicle checkpoints (VCP), searched compounds, and conducted route clearance.
  • Developed platoon operations order, risk assessment, and tactical procedures for route clearance operations.
  • Maintained security of the local areas and performed route clearance for visiting high-ranking officials.
  • Managed navigation and IDD (Improvised Device Defeat) employment during route clearance operations.
  • 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 20 personnel as squad leader of a route clearance company.
  • Led and directed reconnaissance missions, experienced in organizing route clearance.
  • Directed personnel in support of route clearance missions
  • Detected and prepares route clearance operations.
  • Convoy security, Route clearance.
  • Performed route clearance, ensuring there were no Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) present.
  • Route Clearance and IED Specialist, Ramadi Iraq Food and nutrition specialist.

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15. Communications Equipment
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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Maintained accountability and maintenance of vehicles, communications equipment, weapons and gear.
  • Inspected field communications equipment for defects and reported same promptly to superior officers.
  • Operated communications equipment and various support 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.
  • Evaluated terrain, operated and maintained field communications equipment, inspected and maintained weapon systems, vehicles and equipment.
  • Maintained, tracked and distributed over 2 million dollars worth of communications equipment and inventory.
  • 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.
  • Instructed basic trainees in the implications and basic maintenances of communications equipment and other military subjects.
  • Employed small arms, indirect fire, and tactical communications equipment during combat and counterinsurgency operations.
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment and operated in a radio net.
  • Experienced in the operation of highly technical communications equipment.
  • Train military personnel on communications equipment.
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment.
  • Maintained accountability of serialized gear, weapons systems, classified communications equipment and vehicles valued in excess of $250K.
  • Established and commanded field communications as well as oversaw the use and maintenance of the communications equipment.
  • Prepared, operated, and maintained secure communications equipment and various weapons and weapon systems.
  • Maintained sensitive communications equipment and armored vehicles valued at over $250,000.

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16. 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 as fire team member and Squad Leader during overseas combat and situational training exercises.
  • Performed in various leadership roles during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battle drills.
  • 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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17. Assault
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Here's how Assault is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Coordinated and conducted a non-lethal weapons course for 200 Marines of 2nd Amphibious Assault Battalion in preparation for their upcoming deployment.
  • Employed field craft and battle procedures including camouflage and concealment, patrol, assault, defense, and escape-and-evasion tactics.
  • Trained soldiers in tactics, personal security, safety, first aid, air assault operations and public relations.
  • Trained nine employees in assault operations to include equipment/explosives safety, employment, and coordination with adjacent units.
  • Monitored services provided to victims of sexual assault from initial report through disposition and resolution of the issue.
  • Worked with the Mobile Assault Platoon in discovery, security, and elimination of Improvised Explosive Devices.
  • Completed Airborne School, Ranger School, Combat Lifesaver School, Pathfinder School, Air Assault School.
  • Managed the welfare, discipline, and job performance of personnel conducting worldwide deployments and parachute assaults.
  • Collected data, conduct trend analysis, and present findings regarding incidents of sexual assault.
  • Completed over 50 Foot Patrols and worked closely with the company's Mobile Assault Platoon.
  • Attended Paratrooper, Air Assault, and many other schools all with success.
  • Received National Defense Service Medal, Air-Assault Badge, 3 positive merits.
  • Qualified expert in assault weapons and sharp shooter in small arms.
  • Qualified as a sharp shooter in assault weapons.
  • Lead team in numerous successful demolition assaults worldwide.
  • Qualified sharpshooter in small arms and assault weapons.
  • Graduated from Air Assault School.
  • Air assault course completion 2010.
  • Pulled security and assault tactics.
  • Completed Advanced Assaultman Course (AAC) Camp Geiger, May 2015.

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18. Army Achievement
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Here's how Army Achievement is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal for exceptional leadership and technical knowledge as acting Electronic Maintenance Platoon Sargent.
  • Awarded two Army Achievement Medals for outstanding dedication to duty and professionalism.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for duties performed
  • Received The Army Achievement Medal for Meritorious Achievement during the Pope Air Force Base Mass Casualty incident of 1994.
  • Received 5 awards in four years for exceeding expectations; 3 Army Achievement Medals and 2 Army Commendation Medals.
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal for being the distinguished honor graduate out of 210 soldiers during Warrior Leadership Course.
  • Earned multiple Army Achievement Medals for my actions as the chemical custodian for my unit.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal, 2004, and Army Achievement Medal 2001, 2003, 2006
  • Earned the Army Achievement Medal by displaying excellent combat skills in a training exercise.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for best squad for numerous training events.
  • Awarded an Army Achievement Medal for my work done in Afghanistan.
  • Received an Army Achievement Medal for the end of the tour.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for performance excellence in the field.
  • Awarded two Army Achievement Medals and a Good Conduct Medal.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal in 2015 Trained and instructed subordinates, also supported units on combat and weapon readiness.
  • Earned Army Achievement Medal in support of unit bridging operations Received Army Good Conduct Medal and Army Service Medal
  • Inspect and road-test Army Achievement Medals (2) for technical expertise above pay grade and performance.
  • Earned the Army Accommodation Medal, two Army Achievement Medals and The Jared C. Monti Leadership Award.
  • Recieved three Army Achievement Medals for extraordinary display of leadership skills.
  • Reciecved 2 Army Achievement medals.

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19. Security Procedures
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  • Evaluated and monitored physical security procedures and assisted in the design and implementation of new procedures and policies.
  • Adapted to complex security procedures requiring the searching and protecting of personnel while operating Entry/Vehicle Control Points.
  • Created and implemented maintenance, operating, and security procedures that became standard operating procedures while deployed.
  • Experienced in performing security procedures, patrolling, and physical security.
  • Ensured security procedures adequately safeguarded supplies and equipment.
  • Enforced security procedures to prevent breaches of security.
  • Trained and supervised staff in proper security procedures.
  • Instructed unit classes covering employment of weapons systems, security procedures, patrolling methods, and land navigation.
  • Train soldiers in Military Police functions to include hand cuffing, report writing, and security procedures.
  • Conducted high level security procedures to ensure the safety and protection of important assets.
  • Implemented and maintained security procedures, U.S. Embassy-Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Performed search and seizure and basic security procedures.
  • Followed guidance and security procedures while manning post.
  • Enforced security procedures to prevent breaches of security Detained violators and assisted guards during emergency evacuations

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20. Army Commendation
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  • Awarded multiple Army Commendation Medals for my expertise during deployed environments.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal for exemplary service in support of
  • Received Army Commendation Medal, Honorably discharged.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal for Prestigious and Unwavering service in support of Operation Enduring Freedom as a NCOIC of Force Protection.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon and Combat Infantryman Badge.
  • Received an Army Commendation award for having the best trained and professional weapon's squad in a battalion exercise event.
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal (2), Awarded Army Commendation Medal for outstanding job performance.
  • Presented with the Army Commendation medal for superior performance and leadership under adverse, stressful environments.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal for successfully completing five combat phases on aircraft during combat.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal for dedication to duty, loyalty, and leadership ability.
  • Earned Army Commendation Medal with Valor for service during Afghanistan deployment.
  • Selected by Senior Supervisors to receive 3 Army Commendation Medals.
  • Award an Army Commendation Medal for service in Iraq.
  • Awarded Purple Heart, Army Commendation and Achievement Medals.
  • Received an Army Commendation Medal for this service.
  • Awarded two Army Commendation medals for excellency.
  • Awarded four Army Commendation Medals.
  • Received an Army Commendation Medal for performance in Samarra, Iraq.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal by Senior Leaders for Superior performance.
  • Received several awards and decorations to include the Expert Infantry Badge, Air Assault Badge and Army Commendation Medal.

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21. Honorable Discharge
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  • Received an Honorable Discharge with no disciplinary action during enlistment.
  • Received honorable discharge and commendation for outstanding performance.
  • Served as a Squad Leader responsible for the well-being and training of 8 Marines prior to an Honorable Discharge.
  • Received two honorable discharges for exemplary service to my unit, the Army and the Nation.
  • Received an Honorable Discharge with numerous citations and awards after 13 years of service.
  • Received an honorable discharge with many awards of accommodation throughout my career.
  • United States Marine Corps - Squad Leader, Presidential Details Honorable Discharge 01/79
  • Received an honorable discharge with 30% veteran's disability compensation rating.
  • Rank of Sergeant (E-5) obtained prior to honorable discharge.
  • Received an honorable discharge from the army January 31 2015
  • Achieved NCO/E-5 grade in under 3 years Honorable Discharge
  • Received honorable discharge on November 13, 2013.
  • Received an Honorable Discharge in October 2004.
  • Separated from service with Honorable Discharge.
  • Received honorable discharge in August 2011.
  • Reason for Leaving: Honorable Discharge***
  • Achieved Squad Leader position within my platoon, 3rd Platoon Bravo Co. 1st Battalion 2nd Marines Received honorable discharge.
  • Directed and organized troop transport vehicles for field operations Honorable Discharge Hire a Veteran First
  • Established database for targeted countries Army Commendation Medal Army Achievement Medal Good Conduct Medal (2nd award) Honorable Discharge
  • Camp Pendleton, California December 2008 Honorable Discharge February 2005 Promoted to Machinegun Squad Leader Commanded twelve Marines in combat.

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22. Physical Training
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  • Develop a rigorous physical training regimen focused on combat conditioning integrating functional fitness and Marine Corps Martial Arts Program.
  • Attended 40 hour physical training course and effectively implemented into daily platoon physical training regimen.
  • 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.
  • Organize and conduct company level physical fitness training and remedial physical training for overweight and pt failure.
  • Implemented high intensity physical training plan for 20 individuals increasing average fitness test scores by 25%.
  • Prepared routine counseling on individual development, training needs, discipline, and physical training.
  • Lead soldiers in Physical Training, resulting in an increase in physical fitness test scores.
  • Counseled and evaluated soldiers on their job performance, supervised physical training and appearance.
  • Prepare and distribute counseling's, standard operating procedures, and physical training records.
  • Helped set up fitness programs for soldiers who needed to improve physical training performance.
  • Lead a squad consisting of 16 recruits through physical training and firearm exercises.
  • Created and maintained all daily Physical Training and Field Mission exercises charts.
  • Passed all physical training tests exceeding Air Force standards.
  • Plan and conduct company remedial physical training program.
  • Tasked with instructing Physical Training, Combat Operations Survival, and Marine Corp Institute Training to lower enlisted Marines.
  • Developed and maintained both mission and physical training programs that resulted in highest evaluation squad report in the company.
  • teach everything from the making of sound and timely decisions to physical training to ethics and values.
  • Supervised and trained seven soldiers Lead early morning physical training formations of ~30 soldiers Counseled each soldier during one-on-one monthly sessions
  • Trained crew in wild land fire suppression Lead physical training instruction Ensured supply of materials

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23. Technical Guidance
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  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and superiors both in training and under stressful conditions overseas.
  • Provided technical guidance for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance tasks and troubleshooting procedures.
  • Provided mechanics with service scheduled and technical guidance on non-operational vehicles.
  • Supervised and provided technical guidance to subordinates in accomplishing their duties.
  • Directed subordinates and superiors by providing tactical and technical guidance.
  • Provide technical guidance and support to subordinates in administrative matters.
  • Provided technical guidance to subordinates; performed recovery of vehicles.
  • 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 technical guidance to lower graded personnel.
  • Provided technical guidance to subordinate personnel.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both subordinates and superiors in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Supervised lower grade soldiers and provided technical guidance to the soldiers in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and made recommendations to those appointed over me.
  • Provided crisis management in Iraq combat zones, providing tactical and technical guidance.
  • Led infantry teams in combat operations, providing tactical and technical guidance.
  • Supervised and provide direct technical guidance for up to eight subordinates.
  • Create and apply tactical and technical guidance.
  • Provide technical guidance to 15 soldiers.

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24. US Army
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  • Recognized by name for exceptional performance from the US Army Warrior Transition Command during biennial organizational inspection.
  • Awarded Commander's coin by the Commanding General, Major General Barbara Fast, the US Army Intelligence School and Center.
  • Ensured his squad was prepared for yet another upcoming deployment to Afghanistan while preparing his transition out of the US Army.
  • Served in Infantry, Long Range Surveillance Detachment LRSD, US Army Recruiting, Communications, and S4 Supply.
  • Graduated US Army Airborne School, US Army Warrior Leadership Course, and Special Forces Assessment and Selection.
  • Trained soldiers to perform and meet standards of the 4th Infantry Division and the US Army.
  • Deployed to Iraq in combat-related support role as US Army Soldier and Sergeant.
  • Provide training to 28 Singaporean soldiers of US Army tactics and NCO corps.
  • Attended and successfully passed US Army Pre-Ranger Course in August of 2010.
  • Fast Rope Insertion/ Extraction System master instructor for US Army Infantry Company.
  • 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.
  • Worked as a US Army recruiter between deployments.
  • Graduate of the US Army Sniper School, US Army Air Assault School, US Army Warrior Leaders Course.
  • Conformed to US Army safety standards Honorably Discharged
  • Hold license for now discontinued US army HEMTT's which were still in use at USAG Hohenfels.
  • Facilitated The US Army s transition from Light Infantry to the Stryker Vehicle Platform.
  • Selected above peers to serve a an Army Mountaineering Instructor by the Command Sergeant Major of all US Army Alaska.
  • United States Supervisor: SSgt Joy Hours per week: 40-60 Duties: Provided security where required by the US ARMY.

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25. Individual Training
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  • Initiated personnel training and development activities to ensure the fulfillment of training requirements and documented individual training.
  • Assist in developing and implementing individual training and providing technical guidance and support to subordinates.
  • Oversee individual training, maintenance of equipment, personnel management and junior leader development.
  • Supervised Company level maintenance Programs and Personnel * Supervised maintenance and Individual training.
  • Assisted platoon sergeant in developing and implementing individual training.
  • Provided tactical leadership and conducted individual training.
  • Conduct individual training for junior enlisted Soldiers.
  • Prepared training guidelines, individual training records, operation orders, mobilization plans, SOP's, and readiness reports.
  • Ensured soldiers received proper individual training, career counseling and maintained personal appearance and cleanliness according to AR 670-1.
  • Ensured the Marines complete annual Training and Readiness events and individual training requirements.
  • Supervised individual training, morale, and welfare of an eight-man engineer squad.
  • Received individual training on Equal Opportunity, Sexual Harassment, and First Aid.
  • 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).
  • 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
  • Honor Graduate - Basic and Advanced Individual Training Graduate - U.S Army Airborne School, Fort Benning, Georgia

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26. Law Enforcement
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  • Reviewed case paper work for accurateness and correctness, and the accountability and condition of law enforcement activity equipment.
  • Served honorably as security policeman within the law enforcement arena, combat forces leader, and investigator.
  • Analyzed criminal reports, directed law enforcement strategies targeting criminal activity within the designated precinct.
  • Conducted on-foot and vehicle security patrols, to affect security and law enforcement initiatives.
  • Conduct police canine education lectures and demonstrations to law enforcement and citizenry of New Jersey
  • Conducted unit training exercises and professional police development with civilian and government law enforcement.
  • Collaborated with local and federal law enforcement agencies to coordinate security requirements.
  • Performed all law enforcement activities for three separate military communities.
  • Conducted law enforcement for an 80,000-person community.
  • Account for and record all weapons and all equipment that is provided for the Law Enforcement mission each shift.
  • Trained, developed, motivated, and led team members in security, law enforcement, and combat operations.
  • Possessed wealth of law enforcement knowledge that was continuously sought after by subordinates, peers, and supervisors.
  • Provided law enforcement assistance, security and safety of soldiers and their family members in Mannheim, Germany.
  • Initiated and maintained liaison with various federal, state, and local law enforcement officials and agencies.
  • Respond to life and death emergencies and assist law enforcement, fire and other agencies.
  • Conduct investigations of domestic disputes, trespassing, narcotics and all other law enforcement cases.
  • Performed law enforcement and security duties on the installation as well as the surrounding community.
  • Coordinate exercises and responses with civilian law enforcement and other armed services.
  • Head of military police operations for Camp Pendleton, civilian law enforcement and security.
  • Conducted law enforcement operations in conjunction with German Polizi, on and off the military installation.

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27. Ribbon
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  • Received Combat Action Ribbon for actions engaging enemy insurgents in Afghanistan.
  • Received first Combat Action Ribbon, Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation, Iraqi campaign medal and Navy Unit Commendation during this time.
  • Rifle and Pistol Marksmanship medals, Sea Service Deployment Ribbons, National Defense Ribbon and other numerous awards and citations.
  • Awarded to Service Members who Serve in Direct Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom o Army Service Ribbon.
  • Earned overseas deployment ribbon (2), Good Conduct Medal, and multiple other awards.
  • Awarded Meritorious Unit Citation, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense, and Rifle Expert ribbon.
  • Awarded a Meritorious Mast and Combat Action Ribbon for duties performed while in Iraq.
  • Awarded good conduct ribbon for three years of exemplary performance.
  • Awarded Presidential United Cetacean and two Combat Action Ribbons.
  • Awarded the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon with one star.
  • Received various honors, awards, and ribbons.
  • Directed the assembly of ribbon and fixed bridges.
  • Awarded numerous awards and ribbons during my career.
  • Recognized with over 16 medals 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
  • Earned military medals/ribbons to include the Navy Achievement Medal.
  • Combined Anti-tank Team (Scout- CAT) Desert Storm Combat Action Ribbon, Kuwait Liberation Medal.
  • Top performer though out my military service Earned many awards & ribbons.

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28. Military Equipment
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  • Coordinated planned and executed the movement of military equipment via military air in support of a border military road construction operation.
  • Trained and instructed 50+ personnel in highly sensitive military equipment and specialized military weapons by reading and interpreting technical reference manuals.
  • 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.
  • Maintain accountability and serviceability of military equipment of a Marine Corps Infantry Rifle Company.
  • Maintained accountability and security of sensitive military equipment with secret clearance.
  • Lead daily security details of classified weapons and military equipment.
  • Conducted inspections of all military equipment.
  • Supervised a squad of Marines during combat missions while also maintaining up to $500k worth of military equipment.
  • Performed the setup, testing and alterations of new and existing military equipment within the 173RD Airborne Brigade.
  • Maintained, repaired, replaced, and documented any military equipment that was damages or issued.
  • Supervised mounted security for $280 million worth of military equipment across hostile conditions in Afghanistan.
  • Maintained and kept accountability of over $1 million dollars of military equipment and weapons.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of on average $500,000 worth of military equipment and weapons.
  • Maintained accountability and maintenance of more than $8 million worth of military equipment.
  • Instructed and supervised the use of military equipment for safe and efficient conduct.
  • Maintained accountability and performance of military equipment worth $2 mil.
  • Managed over $100,000 of sensitive military equipment.
  • Track locations of all military equipment and personnel.
  • Reported to senior authority Assisted in military functions and drills Maintained military equipment and reports

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29. Terrorism
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  • 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.
  • Awarded to Service Members Serving in Support of Global War on Terrorism o Korean Defense Service Medal.
  • Received Marine of the Quarter, Achievement Medals, and Global War on Terrorism Medal.
  • Placed in charge of the Mission Readiness Exercise of a Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team platoon.
  • Investigated acts of actual and suspected terrorism, criminal activities, and other incidents.
  • Deployed to Afghanistan in support of global war on terrorism.
  • Gained a prominent background in counter terrorism tactics.
  • Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
  • Awarded ribbon for Global War on Terrorism.
  • Certificate global war on terrorism.
  • Conducted Antiterrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) random vehicle inspections for possible explosives and unauthorized content.
  • Conducted offensive and defensive anti-terrorism operations in support of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Unit.
  • Directed ship's force protection efforts, anti-terrorism educational training and pre-deployment certification programs.
  • Learned required knowledge on site-specific security, anti-terrorism and advance psychological behavior.
  • Provided guidance and direction on antiterrorism to ensure protection of personnel.
  • Lead and supervised a eight man squad in offensive and defensive anti-terrorism operations.

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30. Tactical Employment
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  • Supervised and assisted in the supervision of personnel during training and tactical employment of infantry unit.
  • Coordinated and supervised the training and tactical employment of infantry unit preparing for combat operations.
  • 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.
  • Non-commissioned Officer-in charge of the tactical employment of thirteen Marines.
  • Supervised the tactical employment of four different weapons systems.
  • Supervised and assisted in the supervision of personnel during training and tactical employment of an Engineer Squad..
  • Direct Squad's tactical employment during offensive and defensive operations while deployed in Bagdad, Iraq.
  • Direct the team'sEligibility and Enrollment Basicstactical employment during offensive and defensive operations.

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31. Afghan
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  • Conducted combat operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan
  • Devised and executed training plans for live fire ranges for NATO troops as well as the Afghan National Army.
  • Planned, resourced, and executed more than 150 mounted and dismounted patrols while deployed to Afghanistan.
  • Forged relationships with local leaders and trained Afghan Military Forces to improve security and services in region.
  • Managed the logistical and administrative needs of a squad of soldiers while serving in Afghanistan.
  • Coordinated with the Afghan National Army and other various military entities to ensure mission success.
  • Deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF).
  • Participate in daily security sweeps while stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Worked and supervised the training of Afghans & Iraqi Army.
  • Deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan in combat operations.
  • Deployed to Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Deployed to Iraq And Afghanistan.
  • Deployed to Afghanistan 2009-2010 and 2011 - 2012.
  • Deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2011 and 2013 for a total of 14 months.
  • Deployed and redeployed to Afghanistan in support of OEF while maintaining accountability of assigned equipment valued at [ ]
  • Supervised eleven Soldiers in a multitude of changing environments including deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kosovo.
  • Led troops on successful combat operations in Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
  • Expanded multi-lateral relations with Afghanistan forces to strengthen security and partnership.
  • Trained foreign soldiers: Jordanian Snipers, Bahraini Police Snipers, Afghani National Police.
  • Foot Soldier) E-5 Sergeant Responsible of leading 12 Marines in Camp Lejuene N.C, Afghanistan and Iraq.

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32. Leadership
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  • Teach subjects such as counseling, financial management, operational planning, leadership, communication, and operational security.
  • Received Letter of Recommendation from Commanding Officer for excellence in leadership.
  • Managed 12-member anti-terrorist team, provided training and direct leadership.
  • Prepared data for presentations to leadership.
  • Earned more than 20 awards, citations and commendations for exceptional technical knowledge, professional competence and leadership.
  • Utilize extensive training, expertise in leadership and construction knowledge to complete projects on time.
  • Supervised and trained 58 junior enlisted personnel to achieve leadership positions in their current units.
  • Developed leadership skills while supervising and leading the daily work of eight squad members.
  • Excelled in a leadership role to develop well-trained soldiers to carry out military operations.
  • Received multiple awards for leadership, initiative, bravery and attention to detail.
  • Attended and graduated from PLDC (Primary Leadership Development Course).
  • Job Responsibilities: Demonstrate leadership and lead the way.
  • Have experience in a leadership position.
  • Recognized and decorated for demonstrating my professional qualities and leadership actions.
  • Deployed throughout Mediterranean Europe and Far East Asia Served in leadership roles, including:.
  • Provided leadership to 12 soldiers in a motor pool area in Kitzigen, Germany.
  • Completed two week Corporal's Leadership Course in Camp Pendleton, CA, 2005.
  • Completed the Corporals Leadership school, Camp Lejeune, NC.
  • Maintained a calm leadership demeanor under high pressure situations to successfully complete all mission tasks. "
  • Staff Sergeant Nicholas Ryan) General construction and equipment operator Organized developed and executed construction exercises in a position of leadership.

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33. 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.
  • Trained new incoming leadership on their respective equipment, personnel management.
  • 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.
  • Advised my Platoon Sergeant on personnel management, section delegation and overall personnel issues.
  • Led, managed and supported a wide range of infantry, security, quality control, and various personnel management/development duties.
  • Acted as primary instructor and advisor in the matters of tactics, personnel management and junior leadership development.
  • Served as primary instructor and advisor in the areas of tactics, personnel management and junior leader development.

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34. 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.
  • 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 daily operations, inspections scheduling of live turn-ins issue receipt, inventory and accountability.
  • Managed the daily operations schedule for 150 professional military personnel as the operation manager.
  • Instilled safety in subordinates from daily operations to field environments
  • Supervised 35-member security force through daily operations.
  • Executed daily operations and security patrols.
  • 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.
  • Led an Infantry team in combat and daily operations, including providing tactical guidance and training.
  • Coordinated and supervised the daily operations of Brigade arms room in both garrison and combat environment.
  • Served as assistant Senior Watch NCO overseeing daily operations in Field Station Korea.
  • Supervised the section's daily operations and provided guidance on assigned tasks.
  • Tracked daily operations of two platoons and reported those ops to Battalion.
  • Managed daily operations to include writing and tracking of daily/ monthly goals.
  • Supervised all facets of training and daily operations of the section.
  • Supervised anywhere from 5 to 35 people on daily operations
  • Managed daily operations and training of 12 marines Verify records of personnel and equipment Planned and executed successful mission accomplishment

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35. Non
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  • 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.
  • Contributed to multiple humanitarian missions, including Hurricane Katrina and Beirut Lebanon.
  • Installed and recovered electrical and non-electrical demolition charges.
  • Completed several Non-commissioned Officer Training courses on leadership.
  • Drafted military and nonmilitary correspondence.
  • Coordinated with my senior non-commissioned officer in over thirty critical missions then applied the plan and achieved 100% mission success.
  • Managed the garrison and tactical resupply of divisional and non-divisional units (6,000 soldiers) utilizing local and line haul operations.
  • Managed training, safety and development of over 500 non-English speaking foreign soldiers, in addition to American soldiers.
  • Provided oversight for care and transition of 10 soldiers who had sustained combat and noncombat injuries.
  • Graduated on the Commandants List from the Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course in 1995.
  • Served as the non-commissioned officer in charge of the company intelligence cell.
  • Served as the non-commissioned officer in charge of the tactical operations center.
  • Awarded 1st Honor Graduate, Non-commissioned officer Academy's Leadership Course.
  • Trained in the use of non lethal force and lethal force.
  • Sole Non-Commissioned Officer in charge of all ground evacuation and medical transport in Downtown Tikrit, Iraq.
  • Prepared issue, turn-in, and other transaction documents for expendable and nonexpendable property.
  • Graduate of the Noncommissioned Officer Academy.
  • Managed and mentored eight subordinate Noncommissioned Officers, enhancing their leadership capabilities.
  • Non-Commissioned Officer duty, security post duty both static, as well as mobile patrol.

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36. Sensitive Items
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  • 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 complete accountability during redeployment of all sensitive items and communication equipment.
  • Maintained documents and inventory databases for all assigned weapons and sensitive items.
  • Supervised and maintained a company sized arms room, that held weapons and sensitive items with no lost or accident.
  • Maintained and accounted for 1.3 million dollars in military equipment to include sensitive items, weapons systems and armored vehicles.
  • Ensured accountability of all sensitive items assigned to squad and maintained platoon security at all times.
  • Inventory Management- verified hundreds of serial numbers on sensitive items, weapons and radios.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Signed for and held accountable for sensitive items.
  • Received Letter of Commendation for creating and maintaining the inventory of sensitive items valuing over [ ].
  • Ensured and maintained accountability of all personnel and over [ ] in equipment and sensitive items.
  • Maintained records on multi-million dollar hand receipts for sensitive items and tactical vehicles.
  • Coach Mentor and Train new soldiers - Maintain accountability of sensitive items - Monthly inventories

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  • 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
  • Have experience in hand to hand combat defense and attacking with both small arms and heavy caliber weapons training.
  • Perform the full range of work involved in the maintenance, storage and security of small arms and accessories.
  • 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.
  • Served as the Armament Shop Physical Security NCO, Company Small Arms Technical Expert.
  • 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.
  • Conducted training for military personnel on a variety of small arms systems.
  • Trained in various small arms heavy and crew served weapons.
  • Conducted training for Small arms and marksmanship within my organization.
  • Maintained automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment Issued and received small arms.
  • trained to neutralize enemy forces using small arms, tactics, supervisory skills and communications with adjacent supporting units.
  • Instructed personnel in the fundamentals of assembly and disassembly and functioning of multiple small arms weapons and marksmanship instructions.
  • Advanced training in small arms weaponry, combat tactics, training with maps, and constant physical training.
  • Served three combat tours during Operation Iraqi Freedom Qualified expert in small arms and assault weapons.

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38. Heavy Equipment
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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • 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.
  • Operated Heavy equipment, Maintained weapon arms room worth over 6 million dollars, inventoried, and ordered new equipment.
  • Operated heavy truck with 40-ton carryall and hauled heavy equipment including tanks, bridging parts and materials.
  • Operated and kept maintenance of heavy equipment to include, 5k-10k-50k forklifts and various cranes.
  • Trained to operate multiple heavy equipment platforms: forklifts, bulldozers, tractors, etc.
  • 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)
  • Maintain and supervise use of all heavy equipment vehicles assigned to my platoon.
  • Served as the unit carpenter, metal fabricator, and heavy equipment operator.
  • Deployed as squad leader in Heavy Equipment Transportation Company (Combat).
  • Team member during 300+ combat patrols covering 1,200 miles with heavy equipment.
  • Instruct others in the use and maintenance of heavy equipment.
  • Conducted routine maintenance on all light and heavy equipment.
  • Fort Leonard Wood, MO Heavy Equipment Operator February 2007-2009
  • Operated heavy equipment to include: dump truck, grader, excavator, backhoe, dozer, bucket loader, scraper.
  • Hauled Munitions in convoys to front lines and bombs and missiles to airbases.Used Semi Trucks to haul heavy equipment.
  • Manage projects Manage heavy equipment operators in the performance of their duties
  • Trained in the Importance of teamwork, integrity and values Voted Squad leader due to leadership qualities Operation of heavy equipment
  • Operated forklifts, frontend loaders bomag mixers, rollers and other pieces of heavy equipment.

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39. 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.
  • Cleaned and ensured storage of machine guns rifles anti-tank mines and other assorted weapons systems
  • Fired machine guns, grenade launchers and rifles to inflict casualties on enemy forces.
  • Gained proficiency in individual weapons, machine guns, and anti-armor weapons.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, Javelin Missile Launchers and hand grenades.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades.
  • Qualified expert shooter in small arms and heavy machine guns.
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns and HAZMAT equipment.
  • Use, maintain and store combat weapons (e.g., rifles, machine guns, antitank mines, etc.)
  • 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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40. 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.
  • Maintain responsibility for $25000 in equipment at any time, up to $240000, with zero loss in assets.
  • Managed financial documents for 120 personnel, ensuring they were properly updated, resulting in zero loss of personnel finances.
  • Operated, maintained and accounted for equipment and vehicles worth over $2 Million with zero loss of sensitive equipment.
  • Managed over $1,000,000 in sensitive military hardware during operations in Africa, Iraq, and Afghanistan with zero loss.
  • Maintained accountability and maintenance of weapons systems and associated equipment worth over $3,000,000 with zero loss or damage.
  • Maintained over $1 million worth of equipment in the result of zero loss over a four year period.
  • Maintained highly sensitive equipment with a value of $500,000, resulting in zero loss in a 4-year period.
  • Provided assignment oversight during U.S. training events and led assignments accounting for $50K of equipment with zero losses.
  • Maintained meticulous accountability and serviceability for equipment and supplies valued in excess of $750,000 with zero loss.
  • Maintained 100 percent accountability of over $700,000 worth of assigned equipment, resulting in zero losses.
  • Led more than 200 Combat Patrols resulting in zero losses of men, weapons or equipment.
  • Supervised the security of $1,000,000 dollars of highly sensitive government equipment with zero loss.
  • Maintained accountability of squads equipment valued in the millions with zero loss or damage.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of equipment throughout career resulting in zero losses.
  • Sustained zero loss of equipment or personnel during 15 month deployment.
  • Maintained $1,200,000 worth of equipment with zero loss or damage.
  • Key Accomplishments: Maintained 100% accountability of squad equipment; sustained zero loss of any sensitive items by the squad.
  • TEAM LEADER in Afghanistan Led over 20 combat missions, mitigated risk with zero loss of life or equipment.
  • Particiapted in the recovery inventory and transportation of over $400,000 of field equipment from a combat thearte with zero loss.

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41. MOS
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Here's how MOS is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Researched literature to ensure training programs are aligned with the most current evidence-based practices.
  • Provided security for naval installations, mostly containing nuclear vessels and weapons.
  • Communicate with hospital management, supervisors, security and other hospital staff through memos, reports, surveys, and evaluations.
  • Graduated from the coveted Army Ranger School, displaying steadfast ability to work and lead in the most strenuous of conditions.
  • Praised for volunteering off-duty to learn and explore other MOS's and AO's always learning and driving forward.
  • 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).
  • Received training on the Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge in the most forward deployed unit in peacetime.
  • Evaluated as one of the best squad leaders in the company and most physically fit.
  • Carried out years of specialty missions most of which took place overseas in combat zones.
  • Completed requisitions for ammunition and most other items needed to support the squad.
  • Worked in many environments from the most austere to office settings.
  • Arrested and detained the most insurgents out of the organization.
  • Motivated the team to complete the most demanding tasks.
  • Trained Soldiers for combat in most unexpected situations.
  • Planned routes, missions and de-conflicted with Battle Space owners over 100,000 miles through the most dangerous roads in Iraq.
  • Presented Sergeant Major John M. Malnar award for superior leadership; recognized as most capable of 26 Squad Leaders.
  • Required to speak and treat all persons I came in contact with with the utmost tact and respect.
  • Deployed to Mosul, Iraq for one year with the Stryker Brigade Combat Team.
  • Demostred great leadership shills that were acknowledged by superiors.

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42. OIF
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Here's how OIF is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Identified marksmanship training requirements and combat deployment standards for implementation in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF).
  • Supervised the successful completion of over 400 air pallets of Class II and IX in support of OIF.
  • Train several Brigade level units in OIF/OEF tactics by deploying small group guerrilla tactics.
  • Received an Army Commendation Medal with Valor, for actions during OIF and OND.
  • Deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF I).
  • Maintained 100% mission readiness during OIF by implementing an aggressive maintenance program.
  • Supervised 9 Soldiers in Engineering task in CONUS, OIF and OEF Operations.
  • Conducted traffic control points, patrols and all other missions during OIF III.
  • Conducted detailed infrastructure assessments and reports while deployed in support of OIF.
  • Deployed again in support of OIF from 2009-2010.
  • Deployed twice in support of OIF/OND
  • 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.
  • Supported 8,565 flight hours in 15 months of OIF 06-08, which is a record.
  • Supervised the production of over 7000 Geospatial support products during OIF-1 that directly aided commanders on how they fought the war.
  • Deployed with 1st Calvary Division for OIF 09-10 Served in Iraq, Honduras and surrounding countries, and South Korea
  • Serve as unit load master for pre-deployment in support of OIF 06-08.
  • Deployed to Iraq in 2008 to support OIF as a ground fueler.
  • Trained and led infantry soldiers Deployed Overseas during OIF 05-06, OEF 07-08, and OEF 08-09 Honorably Discharged
  • Attended School of Logistics USMC, Camp Johnson, NC OIF I/ OIF II Combat Veteran..

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43. Tactical Operations
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Here's how Tactical Operations is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Planned movements for all tactical operations and logistic operations in foreign countries.
  • Operated and maintained sophisticated equipment designed for tactical operations.
  • 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.
  • Accomplished tactical operations consisting of day and night training and M119A2 training with zero safety violations or accidents.
  • Operated sophisticated equipment for tactical operations developed team skills in order to obtain objectives; (SOC).
  • Placed in the company's Tactical Operations Center in Iraq as 1 of 3 Sergeants in charge.
  • 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.
  • Managed and oversaw a Tactical Operations Center with high degree of efficiency and utmost accuracy.
  • Selected over his peers to teach other members of his organization on tactical operations.
  • Supervised and tracked all patrols from a Company Tactical Operations Center (TOC).
  • Coordinated with staff members in several tactical operations to accomplish the same goal.
  • Planed, coordinated, assigned and supervised personnel in the completion of daily objectives and requirements of a tactical operations organization.
  • Execute complex tactical operations involving intent-driven, decision-making and coordinating among joint interagency and multinational resources.
  • Provided analytical training to 39 Communications Intelligence Analysts and Intelligence Officers on tactical operations.
  • Designed and built the tactical operations command center enabling the engineer company to conduct over 250 combat missions in Afghanistan.
  • Plan, train, and lead Tactical Operations for squad size units NCO Academy 3-166th (CA)
  • Trained 75 Iraqi Police officers in standard operating procedures and participated in 160 joint tactical operations in Ramadi, Iraq.
  • Trained squad in technical and tactical operations Earned Base Gun squad leader position Awarded Army Achievement Medal

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44. 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.
  • Supervised and trained personnel in logistical support, technical, and tactical guidance, mentoring to personnel.
  • Led a combat engineer team of 5-9 members in combat operations, including providing tactical guidance.
  • Led an infantry team of 4 members in field training exercises, including providing tactical guidance.
  • Lead small units of infantry on deployments while conducting combat operations and provided tactical guidance.
  • Led an infantry team of 8 Marines in combat operations, including 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.
  • Led an team of Seven members in combat operations, including providing tactical guidance.

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46. 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.
  • Conducted training and instructed less experienced personnel on military operations.
  • Supervised and developed eight junior leaders for future military operations.
  • Handled training and supervision of soldiers in military operations.
  • Conducted Military Operations while Deployed with Navy Seal Team 6 acquiring information for a High Value Target (HVT).
  • Dispatched the effective deployment of over 250 vehicles and personnel from more than 15 different countries for military operations.
  • Supervised 40+ students and peers in military operations and conducted complex operations at night with 40+ Marine Corps Officers.
  • Led the squad in successful completion of Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT) with no casualties.
  • Lead, supervise, and conduct military operations as a leader in a 12 man team.
  • Involved in team patrol movements, tactical drills, battle procedures and military operations.
  • Explain military operations to subordinates to assist them in performing their job duties.
  • Mentored a squad of 10+ personnel in military operations on a daily basis.
  • Conducted military operations, training events, drills, team building exercises.
  • Ensured the health and welfare of soldiers in military and non-military operations.
  • Trained and led small groups of Soldiers in US military operations.
  • Logged and filed classified documents Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on all aspects of military operations.
  • Fort Stewart, GA 2002 to 2006 Main Branch of the United States Armed Forces responsible for land-based military operations.
  • Supervised the efforts of small groups in daily routine and military operations as an non-commissioned officer.
  • Prepared and trained troops for military operations Lead coax gunner (Bradley fighting vehicle) M60d gunner (Uh60 Blackhawk)

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47. Operational Readiness
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Here's how Operational Readiness 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.
  • 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%.
  • 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.
  • Relied upon for the planning of multiple assault missions resulting in multiple passing grades for our operational readiness exercises.
  • Maintained 100% operational readiness for eight HMMWV's and related weapons systems valued at $500K.
  • Charged with the responsibility to maintain physical, mental and emotional operational readiness of an Infantry Squad.
  • Maintained operational readiness and effectiveness of 9 marines at Bravo Company 4th CEB.
  • Implemented a maintenance program standard that sustained a 98% operational readiness rate.
  • Lead, mentored, and maintained operational readiness for 12 junior Marines.
  • Coordinated with the training department to ensure operational readiness standards were met.
  • Posted as security controller during the 2009 Operational Readiness Inspection.
  • Helped develop a rigorous maintenance program that significantly enhanced the Brigade's operational readiness of over 90 percent exceeding Army standards.
  • Drum, NY Responsible for the operational readiness of a platoon (38 personnel) of infantry soldiers.

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48. 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.
  • Implemented and executed combat orders and directed deployment of personnel in offensive, and 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.

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49. Infantry Tactics
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Here's how Infantry Tactics is used in Squad Leader jobs:
  • Trained 452 Iraqi security force personnel in marksmanship and basic infantry tactics through superior interpersonal communication skills.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on infantry tactics to new officer candidates.
  • Supervised and trained 10 personnel in assorted military infantry tactics.
  • Conducted Army Doctrine classes on security perimeters, first aid, Infantry tactics and skills, convoy operations and land navigation.
  • Trained all soldiers in the squad in infantry tactics and in the use of multiple integrated laser equipment system M.I.L.E.S.
  • Designed and taught (12) periods of instruction in infantry tactics, strategy, leadership, and procedure.
  • Served as Squad Leader supervising and directing movement of fire teams using proficiency in infantry tactics and weapons.
  • Supervised, developed training plans and qualified 50+ soldiers in infantry tactics and riot control.
  • Managed a squad of Infantry Marines in the conduct of military studies and Infantry Tactics/Operations.
  • Demonstrated outstanding performance, as well solid knowledge of infantry tactics and weapons.
  • Trained an entire Military Police Company in infantry tactics, techniques and movement.
  • Led and trained troops in light infantry and mechanized infantry tactics.
  • Trained over 200 soldiers on infantry tactics and weapons maintenance.
  • Instructed classes on professionalism, infantry tactics, and engineering.
  • Required to guide on infantry tactics and weapons technology.
  • Trained soldiers in basic and intermediate mounted infantry tactics.
  • Demonstrated solid knowledge of infantry tactics and weapons.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on on all infantry tactics.
  • Trained subordinate personnel in Infantry tactics Directed and utilized personnel and equipment Coordinated actions with adjacent and supporting units
  • Attach to Company "C" 1-160th Infantry Battalion Squad Leader, assist with training in Infantry tactics and combat deployments.

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50. 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.
  • Completed Basic Training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, 09/2005 to 12/2005.
  • Entered in 1997 completing basic training and a military occupation specialty (MOS) school.
  • Managed a squad of 7 Recruit Fire Fighters to the successful completion of basic training.
  • Selected to be weapons monitor during basic training; responsible for weapons safety and accountability.
  • 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 at Paris Island, S.C.
  • Train soldiers in logistics and Army Basic Training.
  • Promoted to squad leader during basic training.
  • Prepared New Recruits for Basic Training.
  • Led a 10-member squad from induction to graduation of Cadet Candidate Basic Training Selected as Best Squad Leader in the Company
  • Completed thirteen week basic training course at the United States Army Infantry Training Center.
  • Graduated from Parris Island, SC Marine Corps Basic Training in November 1994.
  • Attended basic training and Airborne School at Ft. Benning Georgia.
  • State Police Academy United States Army Basic Training and Military Police School SORA Certified

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20 Most Common Skills For A Squad Leader

Combat

19.6%

Personnel Files

15.8%

Weapon Systems

10.1%

Platoon

8.5%

Procedures

5.8%

Medal

5.4%

Infantry Squad

4.1%

Commander

3.8%

Professional Development

2.9%

Physical Fitness

2.8%

Reconnaissance

2.8%

NCO

2.8%

Training Programs

2.4%

Route Clearance

2.2%

Communications Equipment

2.1%

Situational Training Exercises

2.0%

Assault

1.8%

Army Achievement

1.7%

Security Procedures

1.7%

Army Commendation

1.6%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Squad Leader

Rank Skill
1 Combat 15.2%
2 Personnel Files 12.3%
3 Weapon Systems 7.9%
4 Platoon 6.6%
5 Procedures 4.5%
6 Medal 4.2%
7 Infantry Squad 3.2%
8 Commander 3.0%
9 Professional Development 2.2%
10 Physical Fitness 2.2%
11 Reconnaissance 2.2%
12 NCO 2.2%
13 Training Programs 1.8%
14 Route Clearance 1.7%
15 Communications Equipment 1.6%
16 Situational Training Exercises 1.5%
17 Assault 1.4%
18 Army Achievement 1.4%
19 Security Procedures 1.3%
20 Army Commendation 1.3%
21 Honorable Discharge 1.2%
22 Physical Training 1.1%
23 Technical Guidance 1.1%
24 US Army 1.1%
25 Individual Training 1.0%
26 Law Enforcement 1.0%
27 Ribbon 1.0%
28 Military Equipment 0.9%
29 Terrorism 0.9%
30 Tactical Employment 0.8%
31 Afghan 0.8%
32 Leadership 0.7%
33 Personnel Management 0.7%
34 Daily Operations 0.7%
35 Non 0.7%
36 Sensitive Items 0.7%
37 Small Arms 0.6%
38 Heavy Equipment 0.6%
39 Machine Guns 0.6%
40 Zero Loss 0.6%
41 MOS 0.6%
42 OIF 0.6%
43 Tactical Operations 0.6%
44 Tactical Guidance 0.6%
45 New Instructors 0.5%
46 Military Operations 0.5%
47 Operational Readiness 0.5%
48 Defensive Operations 0.5%
49 Infantry Tactics 0.5%
50 Basic Training 0.4%
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