96B Intelligence Analyst

  • Due to his accurate interpretation of intelligence from various sources, he gained the trust of senior division leadership and became a valuable advisor.
  • Provided timely answers to Task Force XXXX’s and Task Force XXXXX’s Priority Intelligence Requirements.
  • Regularly delivered intelligence summaries and a weekly assessment of the area of operation to assist planners in making informed decisions.
  • Successfully coordinated intelligence sharing and cooperation among CBP, OFO, and Navy partners, enhancing overall situational awareness.
  • Assessed enemy threats before engaging through HUMINT exploitation, effectively preventing losses.

96D Imagery Analyst

  • Played a crucial role in overseeing the Afghan elections by monitoring polling sites, contributing to the success of the elections.
  • Detected eight operational rocket launchers aimed at a Forward Operating Base (FOB) and thwarted an imminent attack, saving lives and equipment.
  • Generated over 1200 fresh intelligence products to support operations in OIF/OEF.
  • Provided critical and up-to-date intelligence to ground forces, significantly contributing to their safety and operational success.
  • Provided support during a safehouse raid, resulting in the detention of six IED emplacers and zero harm to friendly forces.

96H Common Ground Station (CGS) Operator

  • Created informative PowerPoint updates regarding the Somali Transitional Government’s upcoming offensive against the insurgent group Al-Shabaab, which achieved positive results.
  • Demonstrated exceptional skills in utilizing OSRVT and DCGS-A capabilities during NTC Rotation 09-11.
  • Successfully coordinated multi-agency cooperation and information-sharing between CBP, OFO, and Navy counterparts.
  • Disseminated relevant, accurate, and real-time intelligence to seven companies.
  • Volunteered over 100 hours to teach English in Slovakia, showcasing dedication beyond duty requirements.
  • Authored, coordinated, and established a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Army, Navy, and Air Force.
  • Regularly briefed Air Force and Navy decision makers and staff, ensuring effective communication and informed decision-making.
  • Closed out 120 All Source Eyelid Reports (ASERs), which resulted in saving countless lives within the CENTCOM AOR.
  • Maintained a networking forum facilitating information sharing among six Ground Liaison Detachments.
  • Developed a comprehensive ASER tracker that was adopted by the DGS-1 DART, improving follow-through and intelligence analysis.
  • Assisted the intelligence section in administrative responsibilities for over 200 soldiers.
  • Produced a daily graphical intelligence summary and a weekly assessment of the area of operation, which was utilized by over 900 individuals within the AOR.
  • Provided assistance in various facets of office management, including map custodianship, security clearance management, access roster management, and submissions to Brigade.

96R Ground Surveillance Systems Operator

  • Provided instruction to an allied nation’s SIGINT element on EUCOM-provided SIGINT collection equipment.
  • Established expertise in setting up and operating the AN-PRD 13 Basic Radio Detection Finding (RDF) System.
  • Conducted training for one officer and two soldiers on processing intercepted foreign ship threat communications.
  • Enhanced partner nation’s SIGINT processing, exploitation, and dissemination capability by modernizing their analytical and reporting processes.
  • Conducted research, produced reports, and delivered briefings on the costs, benefits, and alternatives of a Low Level Voice Intercept team and their equipment.
  • Significantly expanded SIGINT access into the Black Sea region.
  • Provided valuable input for more than 20 intelligence reports, aiding in the identification of intelligence trends and operational needs.
  • Conducted hands-on training on the maintenance and deployment of the Wolfhound and PRD-13 man-portable Signals Intelligence System.
  • Compiled a comprehensive database of personnel in the Daman district using the SEEK II program.
  • Cross-trained with the 92Y section, resulting in unmatched equipment readiness preparation.
  • Demonstrated influential and motivating leadership to team members in the absence of the team leader.
  • Exemplified a high level of professionalism, diplomacy, and tact, serving as a prime example of the total soldier concept.

96U Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator

  • Maintained strict accountability of a UAS valued at over $7 million during numerous missions as the Aircraft Commander, preventing loss or damages.
  • Accumulated over 120 combat flight hours without any incidents or accidents in support of OND.
  • Ensured rigorous attention to detail and enforced safety practices during all training, resulting in zero injuries or equipment damage.
  • Supervised the TUAS maintenance program, guaranteeing that three air vehicles were fully mission capable at all times.
  • Exceptional PMIS management resulted in a remarkable 95% operational rate for the Brigade’s only class II Tactical UAV.
  • Demonstrated dedication by contributing efforts to the Shadow TUAS evaluation, leading to the successful Limited User Test for the Shadow TUAS.
  • Detected 13 insurgents armed with RPGs heading towards a convoy and promptly directed the Scout Weapons Team to their location, resulting in the elimination of three enemies and the detention of three others.
  • Made significant contributions to the Company’s 4,000 accident-free combat flight hours.
  • Accumulated over 25 IO hours while instructing new UAS Operators in a combat theater.
  • Set a high standard for work ethic by working long hours to ensure the completion of all tasks during deployment operations.
  • Prepared and supervised over 15 Full Motion Video (FMV) and Signal Intelligence (SIGNINT) missions, contributing to the success of TF 6-30 in support of OND.
  • Revitalized the Platoon’s operational Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), streamlining operations without compromising safety.
  • Served as the Aircraft Commander for the MQ-1C, conducting over 40 Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions for the 25th ID during OND.
  • Motivated subordinates by demonstrating genuine concern for their well-being and assisting them in finding solutions to personal problems.
  • Instructed new soldiers on the Grey Eagle UAS, resulting in two operators achieving Readiness Level (RL1).
  • Developed three combat-ready warriors by providing training on Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills (WTBD), preparing them for deployment in support of OND.
  • Consistently utilized past combat experiences to prepare soldiers for deployment in support of OND.
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