• Successfully achieved CSLA compliance and passed the audit after a two-year suspension without any reported issues.
  • Actively engaged with soldiers, dedicating long hours to ensure thorough training and understanding of handling procedures for appointed LE.
  • Established strong relationships with G6 and S6 leadership to ensure seamless COMSEC synchronization across multiple WFX domains.
  • Effectively issued and maintained accountability of 6095 COMSEC items, resulting in zero loss of control across 41 organizations.
  • Implemented standardized COMSEC management practices across 28 subaccounts, providing the CMD with crucial insights into down trace units.
  • Completed CCIR to the new KOAM of 886 Classified COMSEC items, maintaining perfect accountability throughout the process.
  • Provided coaching and guidance to the new KOAM, resulting in operational success for the Change of Custodian Inventory.
  • Played a key role in the dissemination of COMSEC keys, directly contributing to the success of NEO operations in Afghanistan.
  • Assisted in a two-day vehicle movement spanning over 1,000 km from MK Airbase, Romania to Budapest, Hungary, ensuring the secure transfer of all classified material.
  • Provided essential assistance in conducting over 500 km of reconnaissance efforts to ensure mission readiness, including route clearance and preparation for future missions.
  • Updated the COMSEC SOP and COMSEC Basic Emergency Plan twice, keeping the BDE up to date with doctrinal changes in AR 380-40 and TB 380-41 (25B4P/COMSEC Account Manager).
  • Successfully moved 783 pieces of highly sensitive material weighing a total of 17,000 lbs, with no security violations.
  • Demonstrated dedication to adhering to National Security Agency policies, contributing to the Division’s “Outstanding” rating during the Semi-Annual COMSEC Inspection.
  • Deployed three times in support of Operations IRAQI and ENDURING FREEDOM, providing essential Communication Security for over two thousand AH-64 combat sorties.
  • Loaded/witnessed the destruction of critical Communications Security information, enabling secure communications with helicopter crews to receive clearance for landing at deployed locations.
  • Played a crucial role in training nine personnel on the new AH-64 fill keying process and conducting an annual rekey of 36 AH-64 helicopters.
  • Provided vital expertise as the interim Security Manager, ensuring timely processing of security clearances and visit requests for over 100 personnel, which was vital to operations.
  • Made invaluable contributions to several Operational Readiness Inspections, Unit Compliance Inspections, and Communications Security Inspections.
  • Developed an inspection database for the 31st Armored Brigade Information Assurance COMSEC account, facilitating centralized account tracking and increasing on-time inspections for all user accounts.
  • Maintained strict attention to detail and accounting procedures, resulting in the accountability of over 3,000 COMSEC items and earning the 434th FA Excellent rating for the 2009 Information Assurance Assessment Program visit.
  • Led the COMSEC ADVON team for Task Force ODIN, the Secretary of Defense’s #1 priority, ensuring meticulous control and security of 24 hard drives, 9 SKLs, and 8 laptops, with 100% accountability for all classified material.
  • Led the 7th Signal Brigade COMSEC Account through the 2009 5th Signal Command inspection, achieving the highest rating from HQ USAREUR with zero discrepancies.
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