Military Intelligence Systems Maintenance & Sustainment Team Leader

As a Military Intelligence Systems Maintenance & Sustainment Team Leader for United States Forces-Iraq (USF-I), Joint Intelligence (J2), Resources and Sustainment (R&S), I am responsible for the integration and repair of Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) assets valued at $120 million. These assets play a crucial role in supporting the USF-I intelligence mission. Monitoring the activity and functionality of the NIPR and SIPR networks, both strategically and tactically, is also part of my responsibilities. Additionally, I am entrusted with the health, welfare, and professional development of three Soldiers while deployed in a combat area.

Maintenance Supervisor

In the role of a Maintenance Supervisor for a forward-deployed Combat Support Hospital during Operation Iraqi Freedom, I oversee the maintenance operations for over 60 diverse reportable items. I provide tactical and technical guidance to battalion and higher-level organizations. Organizing maintenance workflow efficiency, troubleshooting, repair, servicing, and inspection of over 3000 pieces of ground equipment are key aspects of my responsibilities. Furthermore, I coordinate maintenance and logistical requirements with Army Level support agencies. Managing Class IX repair parts and ensuring the accountability of over $400,000 worth of equipment and tools is also part of my role. Additionally, I am responsible for the overall supervision, training, safety, health, welfare, and morale of six NCOs and ten Soldiers.

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