• Facilitated the development and implementation of the 31FW ATAK (Android Team Awareness Kit) Program, enabling the Air Force Wing to achieve an improved level of ground-level situational awareness.
  • While serving as the Ground Liaison Officer, he was selected to be the Lead Projo (Project Officer) of NATO exercise Fighting Wyvern.
  • Clearly presented organic unit show stoppers, effectively representing local interests and preventing failures during exercise deployment.
  • Attended the Air Force hotwash (post-exercise review) to gain insight into sister unit concerns and problems.
  • Authored the best after-action reports seen to date, thoroughly preparing the Company for success in future joint endeavors.
  • Coordinated with all supporting elements to prepare for field operations, ensuring that food, power, and lodging were all available on schedule.
  • Established a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between our unit and the Air Force and obtained required transport as needed.
  • Facilitated the growth of a key international relationship and improved training for Jordanian staff and NCOs.
  • Briefed Air Force and Navy staff members on special ops movement requirements and procedures, resulting in better and more timely service.
  • Ensured the safe transport of more than $50,000 worth of sensitive equipment into the theater.
  • Kept leadership abreast of ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) impacts to operations, allowing time for alternate support plans.
  • Directly responsible for the planning and execution of over 25 training events specific to ACP (Airspace Control Plan).
  • Contacted communication and power generation shops and arranged mutual notification of training events, preventing future support conflicts.
  • Obtained detailed reports on aircrew safety rules and passed them to ground units, reducing loading delays and confusion.
  • Managed multiple training events simultaneously and was a major factor in Annual Training success.
  • Doubled available mess hall support through long-range planning and attention to detail.
  • Powered the success of the Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and Integration of over 2,000 Soldiers as the Brigade entered and exited theater in support of combat operations.
  • Selected as Liaison Officer to the CJOC (Combined Joint Operations Center), conducting daily briefings to all participating units.
  • Advised the Commander on all matters relating to tactical and non-tactical operations, training, logistics, and readiness.
  • Shared operational knowledge and experience as a Division G3 NCO (Non-Commissioned Officer) with incoming Officers and G3 Mission Support Element staff.
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