Counterintelligence Agent

  • Selected above peers to provide Counterintelligence (CI) capabilities briefs to the 2nd Infantry Division Commanding General’s staff, demonstrating exemplary military bearing and professionalism.
  • Maintained and shared lessons learned during Counterintelligence Support to Force Protection course, contributing to the development of five Counterintelligence Special Agents.
  • Executed six liaison meetings, resulting in a 125% increase in Intelligence Information Report (IIR) production by the Counterintelligence Field Office (CFO), recognized by Detachment leadership for outstanding efforts.
  • Participated in Arirang Sentinel 2018 Counterintelligence exercise, achieving a 90% completion rate for Counterintelligence Protective Program (CIPP) tasks and successful completion of the probationary program.
  • Completed TARP (Threat Awareness and Reporting Program) certification process during the second quarter of probation, personally briefing over 1,000 personnel in Area I.
  • Provided decisive briefings to leaders at all echelons on aspects of CI threats, displaying tact and discipline well beyond pay grade.
  • Served as the CI referent during NTC (National Training Center), providing direct analytical support and improving the CI posture within the brigade Area of Operations (AO).
  • Conducted an extensive CI/security assessment of the Brigade’s footprint, identifying vulnerabilities and recommending mitigation measures.
  • Executed TARP training to over 2,500 soldiers, enhancing insider threat awareness for the brigade and other units at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM).
  • Collaborated with Public Affairs Office (PAO) and Civil Affairs (CA) to conduct comprehensive country threat briefs for soldiers deploying to the PACOM (United States Pacific Command) Area of Operations (AO).
  • Liaised with external entities on behalf of the command, ensuring soldiers traveling overseas received thorough threat briefings and debriefings.
  • Demonstrated in-depth knowledge of counterintelligence policies, contributing to the development of the Brigade’s HUMINT (Human Intelligence) and CI (Counterintelligence) Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

Counterintelligence Agent

  • Conducted ten interviews regarding local crimes involving US persons and supported over 300 US personnel during Beyond the Horizons Guatemala mission.
  • Conducted two interviews with local nationals regarding security concerns at US Medical Readiness sites, gathering vital intelligence.
  • Engaged in more than 15 high-level official liaison meetings with host nation military and police forces, fostering cooperation and addressing security concerns.
  • Conducted thorough security surveys and assessments of 11 Medical Readiness Training Exercise and Engineering sites, ensuring the safety of over 300 US personnel.
  • Demonstrated independent operational capabilities, traveling over 300 miles without incidents while effectively completing assigned tasks.
  • Maintained a professional bearing and confidence while briefing senior officers on present intelligence concerns, showcasing strong communication skills.
  • Provided guidance to the Task Force Commander on OPSEC (Operations Security) procedures and educated Task Force Leaders on the capabilities and intelligence threats posed by the CI team in-country.
  • Maintained situational awareness by conducting on-the-spot interviews with over 30 local nationals, staying informed about local events affecting US national interests.
  • Undertook extensive language immersion training, achieving fluent Spanish proficiency within three months, enabling effective communication with local nationals.
  • Monitored activities within the Beyond the Horizons Guatemala Area of Responsibility (AOR) to provide appropriate travel advisories to over 300 soldiers, ensuring their safety during mission essential or MWR (Morale, Welfare, and Recreation) travels.
  • Supervised over 25 soldiers during five CI-related exercises, ensuring safety and full participation while achieving training objectives.
  • Managed resources efficiently, accomplishing more in less time with fewer soldiers and resources.
  • Completed five Personal Deployment Support System (PDSS) threat assessment missions in Honduras and Central America, ensuring the safety of over 200 JTF-Bravo personnel.
  • Assisted in the production of three Intelligence Information Reports (IIRs), providing valuable initial reporting for further analysis and multi-INT (Intelligence) products.
  • Volunteered for three short-notice deployment force protection missions in support of counter-narcotics trafficking and MEDRETE (Medical Readiness Training Exercise) exercises.
  • Provided real-time force protection information on demonstration activity in support of the US Embassy in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, contributing to enhanced security measures.
  • Demonstrated a professional bearing and confidence while briefing senior officers on intelligence concerns, earning recognition from the JTF-Bravo commander.
  • Successfully planned and executed ten route reconnaissance missions, covering over 500 miles of hazardous roads, to collect force protection data without incident.
  • Displayed high training skills and technical knowledge, providing three CI insider threat briefings to 81 incoming personnel at JTF-Bravo.
  • Actively made himself available to soldiers and staff, reinforcing CI involvement in soldier awareness and the safeguarding of classified materials.
  • Dedicated to the betterment of all mission facets, continually passing knowledge and insight to peers and superiors.

Counterintelligence (CI) Sergeant

  • Presented 25 TARP briefs to over 3,000 service members and civilians, including several General Officers, greatly enhancing insider threat awareness and security education.
  • Processed five CI applicants packets from CI recruitment briefs, contributing to the regeneration of MOS (Military Occupational Specialty) strength for the Army.
  • Conducted customs training for over 30 Special Operations Forces members, enhancing their awareness of real-world CI threats during overseas deployments.
  • Processed two CI applicants packets from CI recruitment briefs, ensuring that only the most qualified soldiers are selected for this highly demanding MOS.
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