• Maintained the unit SharePoint website, ensuring all personnel had access to pertinent information such as plans-of-the-month, qualification progress, and after-action reports.
  • Prepared virtual classrooms for COVID-19 training for the 165th Brigade Combat Team, ensuring uninterrupted training for Basic Combat Training recruits.
  • Supervised five Combat Camera Soldiers attached to Fort Meade at the Joint Visitors Bureau, exceeding expectations and posting over 2,000 original photos.
  • Transferred and updated Government Travel Card accounts in Bank of America’s web-based system, reducing delinquencies by 20% and improving financial management.
  • Acquired proficiency in C++, Java, and HTML, enabling the creation of the first cross-platform app for division use.
  • Developed the Iron Brigade app, utilized by 10,000 people across 12 countries, providing information from the Commander and Command Sergeant Major to keep Soldiers informed.
  • Rebuilt the SIPR (Secret Internet Protocol Router) SharePoint site for the NETOPS (Network Operations) Branch, restoring RCC-P (Regional Cyber Center – Pacific) operations in less than an hour and streamlining operations.
  • Posted 5,000 photos, 13 print articles, and two memorial videos, incorporating the PAO (Public Affairs Office) department’s “React to Media” class, effectively memorializing the unit’s history.
  • Developed, coordinated, and hosted a technical course online, enhancing the capabilities of the Afghanistan National Army’s 2-215 Brigade Public Affairs Office.
  • Participated in five Network Integration Evaluations, with photos from the NIE being published on various platforms, including the FORSCOM Newspaper.
  • Recorded actions of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division in the field through print, photos, and video, resulting in a 35% increase in Facebook traffic for the unit.
  • Deployed twice in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and provided webmaster support for the Joint Intelligence Operations Center in Afghanistan, delivering vital updates on revolutionary developments.
  • Logged almost 20,000 miles capturing training events, resulting in the highest number of webpage visits per day in the unit’s history.
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