35X5P2S Anti-Terrorism Officer

  • With meticulous attention to detail, I developed training scenarios that accurately reflected real-world Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) threats, providing crucial support to the annual Ikaika ATEX.
  • I successfully led the Brigade-level planning and facilitation of the annual Garrison HUREX, receiving high accolades from various joint inter-island agencies.
  • I displayed relentless determination in the refurbishment of the Brigade’s AT/FP program, resulting in a commendable rating during the INSCOM Organization Inspection Program.


  • I served as the Friendly Ground Forces NCOIC, training 13 Attack Weapons Teams and one Fire Support Officer in conducting close combat attacks.
  • I coordinated the installation defense measures for five joint bases, ensuring the security of 7,000 personnel and 80 aircraft.
  • I implemented strict security measures for Distinguished Visitors (DVs), including the King of Jordan, during their visit to KASOTC.
  • I flawlessly provided security for 220 personnel, a fuel farm, the flight line, and all government property within the camp.
  • I orchestrated the installation of six bunkers, four mass casualty kits, and a camp-wide emergency broadcast system, meeting all security inspection requirements.
  • I played a crucial role in the completion of 77 work orders and 80 daily convoys, ensuring the overall success of the mission.
  • I established the Area of Operations Threat Working Group, working diligently to develop countermeasures that would protect personnel and resources.
  • I served an essential role in Base Security and Force Protection Operations at facilities in Kunduz, Afghanistan.
  • By assisting Afghanistan Army commandos with their weapon systems, I enhanced their proficiency and combat effectiveness.
  • I supervised the Force Protection Team, Squad Leaders, and Sergeant of the Guard, effectively managing and leading the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) Team during the night shift.
  • I volunteered as an MRAP Truck Commander for Internal & External Perimeter Patrols, as well as Brushback missions in and around Victory Base Complex (VBC).
  • I dutifully stood duty as a Security Guard, separately and randomly assigned to four perimeter wall towers around VBC, maintaining continuous accountability of QRF vehicles, radios, and sensitive items.

Force Protection NCO

  • I assembled and strategically placed 36 sodium lights across Camp West Liberty, significantly improving visibility and enhancing the safety of soldiers and their mission.
  • With thoroughness, I screened over 2000 third country nationals and over 1000 vehicles for improvised explosive devices (IEDs), weapons, and contraband, ensuring the security of the Sea Port of Debarkation in Kuwait.
  • I responded promptly to multiple stand-up notifications within one hour, ensuring that all soldiers were prepared, equipped, and ready to deploy.
  • I successfully emplaced force protection concrete barriers along a continually expanding perimeter, effectively occupying and reclaiming territory, and increasing the safety buffer zone.
  • While supporting the Navy contingent, I provided crucial force protection and security, instrumental in securing over $1.5 billion worth of United States and Coalition Forces equipment.
  • I expertly supported numerous missions for deploying units while participating in various CPX, MRX, MDMP, and BCST training events.
  • I represented the Battalion, attending unit Anti-Terrorism Working Group meetings to plan and develop anti-terrorism measures for Joint Base Balad and tenant units.
  • I organized and actively participated in over 50 daily force protection patrols, significantly enhancing the security and safety of Camp Arifjan.
  • I dedicated over 500 hours to force protection and defensive operations, enabling unhindered Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) operations in support of Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa.
  • Adhering to 50 Random Antiterrorism Measures, I effectively denied and diminished terrorist threats, fortifying the protection of over $500 million worth of Department of Defense (DoD) and AFRICOM infrastructure.
  • I spent countless hours reviewing lines of communication and sight along the 6.5-kilometer perimeter, ensuring the compound was impenetrable from every angle.
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