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Country of Citizenship:   USA

Social Security Number:  XXX-XX-XXXX



Vacancy Announcement #:




Core Competencies

Logistics management, staff supervision, military training exercise support, supply regulations and policies, inventory, briefings preparation, departmental liaison, personnel training, planning/organizing of units, Class VII Asset Visibility/Management, utilization of specialized materials management software including PBUSE, CAVERS, SARSS-2 and SARSS/ULLS, warehouse management, use of accounting software for records maintenance, knowledgeable in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Department of Defense (DOD) procurement policies and procedures, use of Government purchase care, work with blanket purchase agreements (BPA)



Professional Experience

July 2006 C August 2009; U.S. Army Retired 2009

Eighth U.S. Army Special Troops Command

Seoul Armed Forces Overseas

Republic of Korea

Salary:  $4,789 monthly

Hours per Month: 160

Pay Grade:  E-7

Supervisor:  Cpt. Cho Vincent, 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 0000025879       May Contact



Logistics Management Specialist


As Logistics Management Specialist for the United States Eighth Army in Seoul, ROK, was charged with maintaining a thorough knowledge of DA, USFA, EUSA and Brigade logistics policies and procedures for both peace and war time, and directing their implementation as they pertained to the 8th Army.  Utilized and incorporated these doctrines across-the-board in the preparation and production of studies, projects, actions and planning.   When required by regulatory changes, modified internal procedures to assure compliance with new directives.   In support of updates, devised system design incorporating ongoing and continuous process improvement in systems and functions. 


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Held responsibility for all 8th Army supply sustainment.  This required direct interaction with HQDA, HQAMC Field Support Command and other organizations to assure supply needs were met.  Kept ACofS, G4, for 8th Army and the Chief Support Operations apprised of all issues related to command supplies, including Army Prepositioned Brigade Medical Stocks held at Camp Carroll , Korea.  Developed briefings for Wartime General Office regarding Pacific supplies of Army Prepositioned Stocks (APS-4) and updated War Reserve Stocks lists utilizing GCCS-K, interfacing with both internal and external support personnel as required. 


Oversaw analysis of logistics operations, identifying areas and items of significance that would play important part in logistics decisions made by Commander.  Played key role in coordinating inspections with EUSA, G4, and acted in a liaison role, including overseeing SOPs, between DOL and other departments, coordinating assignments and resolving any problem issues.  Designated by Branch Chief as action officer for specific programs when needed.


Administratively, held supervisory role overseeing staff of five Logistics Specialists and two Korean employees in the preparation of field operations/exercise procedures.  Team was tasked with supporting military operations and training, particularly in the areas of deployment, maintenance, supply policies/regulations, property accountability and inventory documentation.  Additionally, prepared request for reinforcement of Life Support Areas for all KTO-assigned military personnel to be utilized during UFL and RSOI exercises.


Other assignments included serving as member of 8th Army Sexual Assault Response Coordinator Team and maintaining responsibility for all transactions involving the Government Purchase Card.




July 2005 C July 2006

Eighth U.S. Army Wightman NCO Academy

Seoul Armed Forces Overseas

Republic of Korea

Salary:  $4,789 monthly

Hours per Month: 150

Pay Grade:  E-7

Supervisor:  CSM Preston Mingo, Phone: Unknown             May Contact




For the NCO Academy in Seoul, ROK, served as first line supervisor and instructor, directing utilization of personnel and equipment, and overseeing staff of two Instructors and 17 non-specific MOS soldiers.  Team held responsibility for training personnel for infantry and intelligence operations.  Assignment included major input into the planning, training, directing and coordinating of subordinate unit activities.  As Instructor, oversaw administrative files/records and reviewed reports and correspondence.  When required, submitted recommendations for process changes to improve training effectiveness.






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September 2003 C July 2005

541st Maintenance Company

Fort Riley, KS

Salary:  $3,790 monthly

Hours per Month: 200

Pay Grade:  E-7

Supervisor:  1LT Quentabulo Tobin, Phone: Unknown          May Contact


Logistics Management/Platoon Sergeant


As Platoon Sergeant, tasked with responsibility for 22-member Logistics team, including all relevant equipment, during deployment to Iraq.  Specific assignment was as Class IX Asset Visibility and Property Accountability Manager, providing readiness data to DMC Supply and Reset and logistics management in support of wartime mission.  This included planning, coordinating and evaluating any and all needed logistical activity.  Monitored supply levels, providing technical data to determine best utilization of supplies in support of unit requirements and to maintain unit readiness for all situations.  Incorporated use of PBUSE and CAVERS to determine and verify any unit shortages, and used PBUSE and CAVERS in addition to SARSS-2 system for validating requisitions. 


Managed lateral transfers of equipment including producing MRR/LRR slides for excess equipment; this included any open and delinquent transfers.  Monitored all delinquent lateral transfers in area of responsibility and counted all transfer directives by Division and Brigade.




September 2000 C September 2003

HQ, Regional Command North

Brunnsum, Armed Forces Overseas Netherlands

Salary:  $2,300 monthly

Hours per Month: 150

Pay Grade:  E-6

Supervisor:  SGM Carolyn Houston, Phone: N/A      May Contact


Material Control and Accounting Specialist


As Warehouse Chief, was responsible for all administrative and supervisory aspects of managing 75,000-line, $10MM Supply Activity warehouse, including property accounting, stock management and stock level inventory control.  Employed Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS/ULLS) for planning and directing oversight of supply of Class I C IV, VII and IX stocks, maintenance and signal equipment.   Worked closely with Accountable Officer in planning all operations to assure adherence to supply policies/regulations.  On daily basis, tracked materials requisitions, receipt and storage, as well as issuance and shipping of supplies.  Designed and implemented both manual and automated accounting records and oversaw development and maintenance of all inventory documents.  Reviewed all supply transaction documentation, as well as relevant reports and correspondence.  When needed, managed special audit stock requests and unusual discrepancies in condition of supplies, and directed department supervisors in remediation procedures.


Directed subordinate supervisors in SOPs for maintenance of stock supply accounts, including supply transaction records and stock requisitions, as enumerated in the Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS) and Integrated Logistics Assistance Program (ILAP) to be used in receiving, storage and issuance of supplies. 


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Responsible for staff of six international soldiers and one international civilian tasked with managing and maintaining accounting records on incoming/outgoing shipments as well as preparation of materials for shipment.  On timely and periodic basis, prepared reports regarding fund status for Accountable Officer and upper-level military personnel.




August 1992 C August 2000

Shape, Armed Forces Overseas Belgium

Salary:  $2,300 monthly

Hours per Month: 120

Pay Grade:  E-5

Supervisor:  SFC Stacey Bixler,  Phone: Unknown  May Contact


Supply Specialist


In this Supply Specialist assignment, monitored and tracked supply inventory, prioritized requisition responses and analyzed purchase materiel.   Performed inventory counts and reconciliation to assure agreement among inventory control areas.  Processed receipts, including, among others, work orders, inventory adjustments and environment receipts.  Utilized bar code scanning procedures and applied bar code labels to equipment.  Possess knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulation FAR and DOD procurement policies and procedures.




November 1989 C January 1992

227th Supply and Transportation Company

Fort Campbell, KY

Salary:  $1,200 monthly

Hours per Month: 100

Pay Grade:  E-4

Supervisor:  Unknown


Material Control Accounting Specialist


Charged with reviewing procedures and developing course of corrective actions designed to improve supply availability.   Working closely with Depot Maintenance and customer base to determine needs, implemented actions utilizing local manufacturers or other local sources that resulted in reduced or eliminated shortages.  Utilized blanket purchase agreements (BPAs) for ordering supplies and forwarded information to contracting officer.




October 1988 - November 1989

U.S. Army HHC Discom 2nd ID

Armed Forces Overseas

Republic of Korea

Salary:  $800 monthly

Hours per Month: 100

Pay Grade:  E-1

Supervisor:  Unknown




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Control and Edit Specialist


Oversaw incoming shipments, tracking any inventory balance discrepancies.  Charged with ensuring accuracy, relevance and general suitability of data and with making minor changes or corrections to assure stock availability.





Touro Univeristy International

Cypress, CA

Bachelor of Science, Business Management, expected graduation date

3.0 GPA, 56 Semester Hours


University of Maryland, College Park, MD

Associate of Arts, General Studies, 2000

3.2 GPA



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