• Supervised the successful deployment and redeployment of 29 individuals in support of worldwide contingency operations, achieving goals and remaining adaptable for evolving missions.
  • Synchronized the deployment of the Company in support of OEF (Operation Enduring Freedom) while concurrently setting conditions for a smooth redeployment and reintegration process.
  • Educated soldiers on deployment requirements and provided a long-range schedule, minimizing family disruptions for 300 soldiers and their families.
  • Partnered with medical personnel to ensure medical readiness, identifying and correcting deficiencies before the warning order was issued.
  • Attended all leadership meetings, ensuring soldiers were informed about changes to the deployment schedule and ensuring his section was well-prepared and ahead of schedule for future events.
  • Coordinated supplies and logistical support for the deployed unit, proactively enhancing team operational ability.
  • Managed $1.5 million worth of vehicles, weapons, and support equipment, maintaining positive control of all squad equipment during mobilization and deployment.
  • Coordinated with supported units to determine and obtain required training, reducing delays for new arrivals by 75%.
  • Trained over 100 soldiers from Fort Polk on Detention Operations and Combatives Level I in preparation for their deployment to OIF/OEF (Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom).
  • Emphasized safety during re-deployment operations, resulting in no injuries or loss of equipment during the challenging transition.
  • Coordinated the transfer of M40 protective masks for the 219th MP Battalion’s pre-deployment tactical training, enhancing deployment readiness.
  • Organized and prepared the unit for redeployment and reintegration into the central region upon completion of their 15-month deployment, maintaining zero loss of accountability.
  • Prepared the unit for deployment and assumption of their mission in the assigned AOR (Area of Responsibility), ensuring boots on the ground were fully equipped, trained, and ready to join the mission.
  • Reviewed After Action Reports and lessons learned from previous deployments, implementing measures to avoid past shortcomings.
  • Anticipated and scheduled training to ensure deployment readiness, making the unit the only one to meet all administrative and medical readiness requirements.
  • Provided instruction while preparing units and personnel for deployment across the brigade, playing a vital role in the evaluation and certification of the brigade for deployment.
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