• Effectively managed and distributed over 80 serviceable containers to support units and higher commands for rapid deployment and redeployment, both CONUS and OCONUS.
  • Single-handedly reorganized a battalion-sized SAMS-1 stockage listing and connex, resulting in accurate locations valued at over $500,000.
  • Volunteered to take on the role of container manager to provide support for Udairi Army Airfield.
  • Identified and arranged for the disposal of 20 milvan containers within 30 days, successfully learning a new logistics system and coordinating refurbishment.
  • Planned and coordinated the operational, logistical, and administrative requirements for the turn-in and consolidation of 345 Connexs.
  • Exceeded Operation Steel Purge requirements by turning in 80% of connexs at the motor pool area, valued at over $45,000.
  • Reorganized a battalion-sized stockage, ensuring proper locations while serving as a SAMS-1 clerk.
  • Conducted thorough inspections of over 2,000 containers, rolling stock, and equipment, maintaining a flawless record with zero discrepancies.
  • Organized and supported the transfer of Camps Julien and Alamo to the Government of Afghanistan.
  • Initiated and supervised the consolidation, removal, and retrograde of 120 containers within RC-Capital, Afghanistan, resulting in significant cost savings for the U.S. Government.
  • Safely moved containers daily without any accidents or incidents.
  • Maintained accurate and up-to-date inventory and issue records, ensuring error-free documentation.
  • Acted swiftly and contained two fires at the Retro Yard, limiting the damage to superficial levels.
  • Established communications at both the Marshalling Yard and the Container Yard, facilitating the smooth flow of information to higher command.
  • Successfully moved 188 containers worth over $30 million to DLA (Defense Logistics Agency).
  • Proficiently operated the RTCH (Rough Terrain Cargo Handler) Kalmar for efficient cargo handling operations.
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