MOS 29E, Electronic Warfare Specialist, was changed to MOS 17E, Electronic Warfare Specialist, in 2018.

  • I maintained the highest proficiency of 3,3,2 in Modern Standard Arabic within Charlie Company, demonstrating exceptional language skills and expertise.
  • I played a key role in facilitating Brigade operations and movement tracking, ensuring smooth coordination and effective communication.
  • As the unit SIGSEC manager, I conducted regular training and monitoring to ensure adherence to security protocols within the unit, safeguarding sensitive information.
  • I ensured the continuity of operations for the Brigade Language Learning Center, enabling personnel to enhance their language skills and cultural understanding.
  • During combat operations in the Panjwai’ district, I provided effective Electronic Warfare Support, utilizing my expertise to counter enemy electronic threats.
  • I provided valuable SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) assessments to the Chief of Staff, assisting in the development of strategic plans to counter asymmetric threats during the War on Terror.
  • I diligently maintained all CREW Systems at peak performance levels, ensuring their effectiveness in countering Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Devices (RCIEDs).
  • As the unit leader, I ensured that all 127th BEB CREW Specialists maintained proficiency and executed their duties properly, instilling a sense of motivation and professionalism within the team.
  • Through my leadership, the unit suffered zero equipment or personnel casualties from Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Devices (RCIEDs), highlighting our effective security measures.
  • I provided flawless security for 188 personnel, a fuel depot, flight line, and all government property within the camp, ensuring the safety and integrity of the facilities.
  • I successfully identified the source of RF interference, developed corrective action, and restored critical communication capabilities, enabling smooth and uninterrupted operations.
  • I played a vital role in the FCC five-year review of RF licenses, identifying six unused UHF channels and increasing communication capacity by 30%.
  • Despite no formal training, I became the subject matter expert on three different communication systems within 1st Platoon, showcasing my adaptability and resourcefulness.
  • I ensured the success of the Ardent Sentry Training Exercise by effectively maintaining system integrity within the Joint Incident Site Communication Capability (JISCC), supporting effective communication during critical incidents.
  • I developed and implemented security measures for the visit of the King of Jordan to KASOTC, ensuring the safety and security of the event.
  • I consistently ensured that all security requirements were met or exceeded, resulting in a perfect security inspection and maintaining a high standard of protection.
  • I provided valuable assistance in completing 66 work orders and successfully conducting over 40 convoy operations, contributing to overall mission success.
  • Through detailed investigation, I provided in-depth analysis of two armored personnel carriers (APCs) used as Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIEDs), identifying the source and future threat, enhancing situational awareness.
  • I coordinated the installation of defense measures for six joint bases, supporting the security of 3,000 personnel and 100 aircraft, ensuring their protection.
  • I orchestrated the installation of eight bunkers, five mass casualty kits, and a camp-wide emergency broadcast system, enhancing the overall safety and emergency response capabilities of the camp.
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