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Address: 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000           

Phone: (xxx-xxx-xxxx


Citizenship: COUNTRY

Social Security Number: 046-50-1766

Veterans Preference: 5 points

Military Spouse Preference Qualified



Core Qualifications


Military Personnel Flight (MPF) Management and Human Resource (HR) Management Specialist

MILPDS Functional, Personnel Web-based Application Specialist

Diagnostic Research and Analytical Performance Planning Coordinator

Cost-effective Budget and Resource Allocation/Administration

Program and Project Review and Analysis

Operations Management

Communication and Presentation Skills

Relationship Building and Problem-solving Talents

Security Clearance



Professional Experience


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Supervisor:  May Contact - Colonel Winona Cason, 240-857-2345

Hours:  XX per Day; 5 days per Month

Reserve Communications Flight Commander - Lt. Col.; Salary: $1200/month; 5/2008-Present

Promoted to contribute dynamic leadership skills in managing 22 personnel, including civs, ARTs and TRs.  Supervise an O-3 and E-8 and cost-effectively allocate, administer and manage $25K budget.  Proficiently plan, coordinate and execute training to meet unit's DOC statement tasking, ensuring all military members are worldwide qualified.

Directly manage all Comm Ops supporting 1,500+ wing members and oversee training for all 459 ARW CSAs, with strong focus on optimizing productivity and efficiency.  Apply solid technical expertise toward designing, developing and implementing annual computer and printer replacement/upgrade plan for more than 800 customers wing-wide.


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Supervisor:  May Contact - Colonel Winona Cason, 240-857-2345

Hours:  XX per Day; 5 days per Month

Reserve Executive Officer; Salary: $1000/month; 6/2007-5/2008


Directly managed administrative efforts for a group of over 500 team members.  Conducted comprehensive review and analysis in ensuring accuracy and efficiency of official correspondence.  Oversaw and directed all logistics and created all scripts for commanders calls, changes of command and other special events.  Carefully tracked and updated all suspenses, ensuring oversight of EPRs, OPRs, awards and decorations.  Built and established the Custodian and Group Control Center for wing exercises and inspections.






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0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000

Supervisor:  May Contact - Colonel Winona Cason, 240-857-2345

Hours:  XX per Day; 5 days per Month

Reserve Military Personnel Flight Commander - Major, USAFR; Salary: $1000/month; 1/2006-6/2007


Efficiently planned, organized and directed military and civilian personnel activities, personnel data system management and manpower activities.  Determined supply, equipment and security requirement for 9 functional offices and 30 personnel to include civilians. Air Reserve Technicians (ARTs) and traditional reservists.  Proficiently coordinated mobilization and demobilization, AEF and other deployment taskings, demonstrating exceptional project management and organization skills in achieving operational goals and timelines. 


Hosted HQ AF Force Management Policy Division orientation; led open forum/feedback op for ARWs 350s, contributing strong communication and presentation abilities.  Critical member in leading the 459 ARW annual CC training session; ensured timely topics and accurate briefings on hot issues. 



38th Combat Support Wing, Unit 3338 - APO AE 09094

Supervisor:  May Contact - Jeffrey Bryan, 314-489-6582

Hours:  40 per Week

Wing Plans Program Officer - Major, USAFR; Salary: $XXXXX/yr; 1/2006-7/2006

Innovatively created a unique centralized command and control network for the 38th Combat Support Wing and its 31 Geographically Separated Units (GSU) in 9 countries throughout USAFE.  Exhibited exceptional analytical talents in researching and resolving a wing-wide command and control programmatic issue by designing a fully functional recall program for all wing personnel, ensuring 100% accountability and a quick effective process for sharing information, a commander priority and DoD requirement.


Actively designed, developed and executed a standardized recall pyramid template for all assigned units to decrease confusion at the various locations.  Maintained streamlined and efficient Status of Readiness and Training and ART reporting through multiple channels depending on functionality and capability. Liaised with Main Operating Bases to ensure all GSUs were included in Emergency Action Procedures, Alert Plans, Battle Staffs instructions, and Quick Reaction Checklists are appropriate.


Created a 38 CSW Operating Instruction for the wing awards program in accordance with Air Force Policy Directive 36-28, Awards and Decorations Program and Air Force Instruction 33-322, Records Management Program.  Proactively produced clear, fair and consistent guidance for the timely submission, scoring, and selection of wing quarterly and annual awards, despite the diverse unit missions and various locations.  Ensured award program met the mission and intent of the organization, mission, and personnel recognition priority.



52d Mission Support Squadron, Unit 3655 - Box 150, APO AE 09126

Supervisor:  May Contact - Col Sid P. Banks, 314-452-6005

Hours:  60 per Week

52 MSS/CC - Major, USAF; Salary: $XXXXX/yr; 8/2005-12/2005


Relied upon to fill a short-notice 120-day vacancy as Commander, 52d Mission Support Squadron, Spangdahlem AB, Germany.  Demonstrated strong Human Resource Management direction, organization, and leadership for the squadron consisting of 7 flights and 120+ military and civilian personnel.  



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Maintained full accountability for administrative control and disciplinary actions for all MSS proper and wing staff.  Directly oversaw all commander programs to include safety, operational risk management, security, resource allocation, budget, manpower allocation, training, SORTS, ART, and deployment management.  Successfully led the charge at Spangdahlem for Personnel Service Delivery transformation.


Effectively directed the beginning stages of PSD at the military personnel flight, identifying and elevating programmatic issues.  Encouraged analytical thinking in all 7 HRM flights working PSD updates and issues with USAFE functional and resolving local issues.  Personally briefed wing leadership, MSS and MPF personnel, commander support staffs (CSS), and base populace on PSD and the benefits and challenges now and in the future.  


Enhanced personnel training sessions to include PSD updates, PERSCO training, functional HR training, and customer service techniques, with proper training record documentation.  Despite 53% personnel manning and support of AEF rotation taskings, the MPF created a 2-day, 15-block PERSCO course, qualifying 45 personnel warriors 100% SEI certified, without mission degradation.



38th Combat Support Wing, Unit 3338 - APO AE 09094

Supervisor:  May Contact - Jeffrey Bryan, 314-489-6582

Hours:  40 per Week

Wing Plans Programs Officer - Major, USAFR; Salary: $XXXXX/yr; 10/2004-8/2005


Analyze the validity and accuracy of the current command and control operational process for the newly-created Support Wing and determine the best course of action (COA) for the wing and its mission. Organized, planned and directed a test of the current command and control system by initiating a wing-wide recall test through the minimally manned and equipped command post operation at Moron AB, Spain.  


Coordinated and implemented 3 exercise injects to ensure geographically separated units would take appropriate actions and make the correct notifications.  Based on the test, researched the feasibility, functionality, and challenges of different options and developed 3 COAs for wing consideration.  Negotiated with USAFE/A3 for additional funding and manpower to meet the command and control requirements.


Represented and advocated 38 CSW interests and championed a consolidated command post at Ramstein AB, Germany.  Drafted the Memorandum of Agreement to present the roadmap for procedures, changes, and relationship to produce an effective program.  Serving as Administrative Agent, represented USAFE and their support of Air Force members assigned to deploy with/to Army and other Military United States Services.  Ensured AF members were projected, trained, equipped, funded, and provided reach-back capability for their deployment, meeting military Human Resource Management regulations.



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Supervisor:  May Contact - Brig Gen Richard Severson, 497-1005

Hours:  25 per Week

459 MSG/CD - Major, USAFR; Salary: $XXXXX/yr; 6/2003-10/2004


Maintained full accountability for the largest group in the 459 ARW, with 3 squadrons, 4 flights, a commander support staff, totaling 500+ members.  Personally oversaw the civilian and military position changes for the wing conversion from the C-141 to the KC-135R airframe.  Briefed conversion updates to high level leadership with accuracy, skill, professionalism, and confidence.  



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Overhauled Mentoring and Operational Risk Management programs, with strong focus on boosting productivity.  Developed a Tiger Team, authored wing policy letters and operational instructions and briefed wing leadership and base personnel, completely transforming into effective programs prior to the Unit Compliance Inspection.  No discrepancies were noted during mission inspection and Mentoring program received laudatory comments as a top-notch military personnel program.


Received an Excellent rating for the MSG UTC at the largest IGX in AMC to date, 67 wings represented, 340 UTC s, and 1,200 plus troops. Competently led the Survival Recovery Center night shift, ensuring all pre-attack, attack, and post attack postures were initiated, communicated and evaluated at the correct times to ensure maximum mission accomplishment and minimal casualties during this wartime training scenario evaluation.  Ensured strict compliance to safety and security practices to DoD, AF, local regulations and procedures.



459th Air Refueling Wing - 459 Patrick Ave, Andrews AFB MD 20762

Supervisor:  May Contact - Brig Gen Richard Severson, 497-1005

Hours:  40 per Week

459 ARW/CCE - GS-0343-12; Salary: $XXXXX/yr; 7/2001-6/2003


Served as the Executive Officer for the commander of a reserve wing with more than 1,500 reservists and an active daily C-141/KC-135R flying mission.  Directly supervised the training and management of military personnel programs.  Proficiently oversaw the direction of the wing commander support staff and indirectly supported all wing staff agencies and mission, roles, and functions.  


Following the attacks of 9/11, ensured all aircraft were secured, personnel accounted for, and resources controlled.  Dispatched medical support and security personnel directly to the Pentagon to provide immediate assistance, while keeping the lines of communication open and disseminating updates as appropriate.  Relied upon as Wing Expert on mobilizations, deployment, and reintegration of Reserve personnel, mobilizing over 350 personnel in direct support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM.  


Appointed Interim MPF Chief during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM, directing the demobilization of 100+ Security Force personnel after 1 year of activation for homeland defense.  Deployed short notice for SECAF tasking to Turkey to provide command, control, and organization for the transport of Afghan detainees to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in support of operation FUNDAMENTAL JUSTICE.  Efficiently planned and coordinated the aircrew, maintenance, medical and mission support for this DoD highly-sensitive Human Resource movement.  Locally mobilized 2 inexperienced members to work in the Family Support Office and personally trained personnel for maximum family support and career success.



932d Airlift Wing - 2400 East Drive RM 135, Scott AFB IL 62225

Supervisor:  May Contact - Col Oral Carper USAF, Retired

Hours:  40 per Week

Wing Performance Planner; GS-0343-12; 6/2000-7/2001


As the Executive Director for the 932 AW total quality management initiative, provided direct consultation to the wing commander and senior leadership on issues regarding missions, people, morale, and cultural change for over 1,000 assigned personnel.  Directed and coordinated education and training initiatives and instructed in the use of quality improvements, problem-solving, and metric processes to most effectively and efficiently achieve mission objectives.






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Effectively used analytical thinking to resolve conflicts in mission requirements, providing units clear priorities and conflict resolution.  Planned, organized, and developed wing contingency exercises to ensure war-time requirements and training was met and ready for real-world task employment.  Instrumental in the wing exceeding every requirement driven by the Crisis Action Team.  The wing deployed 5 UTCs to IGX 01-01A, Exercise CRISIS LOOK, without error.  Effectively managed the wing self inspection program, identifying and elevating concerns as appropriate for accurate and timely correction and adherence to standards.


Aggressively maintained the self inspection tracking system database and championed wing-wide buy-in to program.  Accurately documented, tracked, and found workable solutions, to include long-standing issues, to include serious programmatic issues.  Provided in depth quality training for wing personnel and spouses through 2 Stephen Covey courses; What Matters Most and 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.





M.A., Public Admin & Org Theory - Chapman University (Orange, CA), 1998; GPA: 3.8; 21 hrs

B.A. in Communication Science - University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT), 1991; GPA: 2.4, 121 hrs





Air Command and Staff College by Correspondence, 2005

Air Mobility Command Outstanding Contribution to Public Affairs Program, 2000

Squadron Officer School in Residence - Maxwell AFB, 1997; 7 weeks

Teams & Tools, 1996; 16 hrs

Total Quality Management, 1992

Supervisor Safety Course, 1991

Info Mgmt Basic Officer Course, 1991; 199 hrs

Former Covey Facilitator (7 Habits & 1st Things 1st)



Technical Skills


40 WPM typing

52 MSS Key Spouse

Windows Vista, XP, 2000



Achievement Awards


Meritorious Service Medal (4), 2003

Air Force Commendation Medal (2), 1995

Air Force Achievement Medal, 2000

CGO of the Year for 1996 (60 AMW, Travis AFB CA)








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