Instructor and Writer for MOS 25R AIT
Acting as an instructor and writer, I fulfill the role for MOS 25R Advanced Individual Training (AIT) within the Broadcast Operations and Maintenance Department (BOMD) at Defense Information School, situated in Fort George G. Meade, Maryland (FGGM). Specifically, I serve as an instructor for the Basic Television and Electronic Maintenance Course (BTVEM), annually training more than 54 Department of the Army Initial Entry Trainees (IET) students. My responsibilities encompass maintaining student records, delivering individual instructions, providing guidance and mentoring, upholding high academic standards, contributing technical insights to course and curriculum standards, as well as directly overseeing the management of 8 lesson plans and 4 examinations, encompassing a total of over 272 hours of instruction.
Signal Information Service NCOIC for the 8th TSC
Within the 8th Theater Sustainment Command (8th TSC), I hold the position of Signal Information Service NCOIC. This command comprises 3 subordinate brigades. My duties encompass supervising the installation, maintenance, and operation of all Video Teleconference (VTC) and Audio/Visual (A/V) systems, including the Richardson Theater and the Combined Operations and Information Center (COIC). I assume responsibility for all echelon’s VTC sessions and A/V missions within the 8th TSC, as well as the maintenance of all equipment for the Commanding General, valued at over $1,500,000.
25R2O/Video Teleconference Technician
As a Video Teleconference (VTC) Technician/Coordinator, I am affiliated with the 8th Theater Sustainment Command (TSC), which comprises four distinct brigades. My role primarily involves the installation, operation, and maintenance of VTC systems within the 8th TSC Headquarters. Additionally, I coordinate both scheduled and unscheduled VTCs, ensuring the accuracy of VTC calendars. Furthermore, I handle all audio/visual (V/V) requirements within the command and provide technical guidance and assistance to subordinate commands.