• Deployed with A Company 1-186 to Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center in Oregon to assist during the COVID surge, providing security both inside the facility and on the grounds.
  • Provided security for Asante Rogue RMC, apprehending and arresting four individuals identified as trespassers on the property.
  • Augmented security personnel at Asante Rogue RMC, restraining and transferring 10 uncooperative and aggressive patients who required sedation and relocation.
  • Conducted over 100 patrols around the Asante Rogue RMC property and outlying buildings, preventing unauthorized family members from visiting patients.
  • Managed traffic flow and directed HELO traffic to ensure timely access for the hospital’s high-risk patients and staff.
  • Provided transportation and storage of valuables for patients under the care of Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center, effectively increasing patient capacity.
  • Served as a liaison between security and A Company 1-186 command center, integrating efforts and sustaining effective operations.
  • Created and standardized patient education materials for post-vaccination procedures related to COVID-19, reducing known complications.
  • Vaccinated over 2200 civilian personnel, contributing to herd immunity for over 60,000 patients.
  • Served as the FEMA Support Mission Team Lead, supervising five technicians and ensuring safety and quality control for over 100,000 vaccines.
  • Provided medical triage and screening for over 2,000 patients, identifying six high-risk cases and preventing potential life-threatening allergic reactions.
  • Provided leadership with the COVID-19 Restriction of Movement document, used to educate over 1,500 Florida National Guard members.
  • Conducted surveillance of the deployment health assessment process, identifying obstacles to accuracy and reporting and mitigating errors.
  • Reviewed records and coordinated lab testing and medication supply for 320 Florida National Guard members, establishing a readiness baseline.
  • Contributed to seven deployment packages in support of COVID-19 NORTHCOM missions in under 30 days, augmenting the CONUS-wide effort.
  • Coordinated over 200 telehealth deployment readiness health assessments with zero discrepancies, ensuring the continuity of medical operations.
  • Ensured standards were met for medical waivers and physical exams, submitting them to the appropriate approving authority and providing quality control.
  • Provided counseling and education for at-risk COVID-19 populations and conducted investigations into disease outbreaks, effectively breaking the chain of infection.
  • Answered questions and addressed concerns related to over 75 positive cases within the Idaho National Guard, providing accurate information and reducing concerns.
  • Monitored symptoms, provided medical support, and developed treatment plans for members diagnosed with COVID, conserving critical manpower.
  • Dedicated over 200 man-hours to reviewing positive case reports for the Idaho National Guard, maintaining overall error rates below 2%.
  • Served as the medical expert and full-time liaison to IDARNG leadership, increasing information flow by 50%.
  • Reviewed over 150 medical cases and coordinated efforts with Army medical staff to prevent the spread of the pandemic.
  • Developed timely daily reports and trend analysis for full-time staff and leadership, ensuring an effective response.
  • Provided astute leadership as the full-time Medical Operations Commander during the crisis, resulting in a rapid response with limited contamination (1%).
  • Sustained unit effectiveness throughout the challenges and changes faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, improving overall cohesion of HHC 980 EN BN.
  • Served as the Operations NCO for the Chemical Battalion’s Operation MORBUS REMEDIUM during the COVID-19 National Emergency, enhancing the unit’s success.
  • Helped the 165th Brigade stand up virtual classrooms for COVID-19 training to ensure social distancing and uninterrupted training for BCT recruits.
  • Organized civilian telework, assisted with virtual meetings and teleconferences, and facilitated ceremonies under COVID-19 conditions, sustaining operations.
  • Overcame obstacles to ensure the success of US European Command (USEUCOM) Cyber Endeavor 2020 amidst the emerging global pandemic.
  • Worked tirelessly to conduct missions in accordance with guidance and regulations from both the Army and Air National Guard elements during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Coordinated continuously internally and externally to maintain situational awareness of lessons learned throughout the nation and took appropriate actions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Reviewed policies, provided legal advice to the Commander, and managed all legal inquiries and investigations concerning the pandemic.
  • Continued operations while adhering to quarantine regulations, produced timely intelligence reports, and maintained contact with command staff.
  • Directed Command and Control (C2) operations for all 14,000 Alabama National Guardsmen during the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring the protection of the state of Alabama.
  • Pioneered methods for conducting remote training in response to the obstacles posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring continuity of training.
  • Synchronized efforts with ODA 7126 during joint training exercises, creating a full-spectrum response plan designed to sustain interoperability during the pandemic.
  • Provided needed tracking and administrative leadership during the pandemic, serving as an asset to the support staff.
  • Served as the liaison for Public Health professionals, providing crucial support services during the pandemic.
  • Coordinated key support services to ensure detailed tracking of over 150 possible cases, working diligently behind the scenes for the Medical team.
  • Backfilled the phone system for COVID hotlines, providing critical tools for pandemic management.
  • Answered over 300 hotline calls, ensuring timely accuracy and providing customer service to over 1300 members and their families.
  • Employed efficient traffic control measures for over 20,000 vehicles at 23 events, ensuring accident-free traffic flow during COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
  • Participated in 23 mass vaccination events, contributing to the inoculation of more than 23,000 Missourians.
  • Worked tirelessly to ensure the proper vaccination of the Nigerien Air Base 101 population, including surrounding austere locations, preventing contamination.
  • Led North Dakota ARNG COVID response efforts, successfully establishing operational responsibilities for every element in the 191st MP CO.
  • Oversaw 52,000 points-of-contact in 63 rural communities across North Dakota, sustaining an orderly and aggressive medical response.
  • Processed 164 PCR tests, identifying and quarantining infected members, reducing the spread of the virus and maintaining operations.
  • Volunteered to alleviate staffing emergency at TMC Buehring, assisting the 411th Hospital Center FWD in meeting mission requirements.
  • Worked with senior medics to train and qualify in emergency medical care, alleviating staff shortages during critical times.
  • Provided lab services to the TMC during off-duty hours, meeting medical surge demand.
  • Analyzed manning and developed strategic response for over 1,400 Idaho National Guard personnel, delivering medical care while sustaining operations.
  • Distributed $4.5 million worth of Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests over 5 months, maintaining chain of custody with zero losses.
  • Administered over 1,000 tests during the Mobile Team Mission to cities and nursing homes, containing a likely outbreak.
  • Trained over 30 nurses, including Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA), on proper swabbing safety procedures, preventing contamination of patients and staff.
  • Created a solid team to reduce normal operations within the State in order to support the COVID crisis, ensuring critical operations continued.
  • Developed and organized teams, tracked and treated over 150 COVID cases within the Idaho National Guard, effectively managing the medical response.
  • Tracked 1,400 members within the Brigade, ensuring sustained operations while limiting the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
  • Performed as the data collector for COVID hotlines within Idaho, ensuring baseline accuracy for the evolving medical response.
  • Screened over 200 phone calls and recorded them on Joint Forces spreadsheets for IDARNG leadership review on a daily basis, ensuring accuracy for the evolving response.
  • Fielded questions for over 1,300 members within the Brigade, providing useful and accurate information and reducing concerns related to the pandemic.
  • Served as site support for Testing Team Seven, enhancing and expanding testing capabilities and promoting team cohesion.
  • Provided COVID-19 testing site support, assisting the team’s medical staff in performing 22,000 COVID-19 tests on Nebraska citizens.
  • Served as medical support for the main gate ECP on Camp Navajo Military Training Site, ensuring the safety and well-being of all personnel entering the site.
  • Conducted over 250 on-the-spot temperature and medical history checks at the main gate ECP on Camp Navajo Military Training Site, verifying the health of personnel.
  • Provided medical support for the main gate ECP on Camp Navajo Military Training Site, maintaining ECP medic standards while supporting D.E.M.A, Task Force MED, and Medical Command during the COVID-19 mission.
  • Provided medical support for the main gate ECP on Camp Navajo Military Training Site, conducting impromptu training for personnel not familiar with established policies to reinforce health and wellness standards set by Task Force MED.
  • Planned and coordinated a Facebook messaging campaign to amplify the reach of the Guatemalan Ministry of Defense Public Affairs Office in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Responded to hotline questions with professionalism and empathy, delivering critical care and information to over 1,400 members and their families.
  • Created schedules for the team during the pandemic while managing the line of duty processes for COVID tracking of over 200 members, including about 75 positive cases with a steady climb.
  • Established precedence protocols for future catastrophic events, increasing medical and operational readiness.
  • Volunteered for additional duties as medical support staff tracking team, simultaneously providing over 100 man-hours of continuous program analysis.
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