Past Performance

  • Monsanto, Capgemini, Luxottica, ATT, NCR, Hertz, HERC, Granite Communications, Sterling Technology Group, Walmart, Sams Club, Dillons, Target, Best Buy, Title Boxing, CVS, Dollar General, Canadian Airline, Steak N Shake, Panera Bread, Advanced Auto Parts, WSU and many others.
  • Security, Kiosks, Displays, Systems Support, Point of Sales, Printers
  • Local Law Enforcement Systems Support
  • Local Television Stations – Tower, Cabling and Systems Support.
  • Multiple Contract Capture Teams including CENTCOM, T4NG and AFRICAP.
  • Testing and accreditation of new SATCOM systems working with JNCC-A and DISA.
  • Site management and continuity planning to ensure that commanders and units were able to operate seamlessly in a high transition environment.
  • Extensive customer support and business development.
  • Light construction in support of IT infrastructure (HVAC, Cement pads and OSP/ISP).
  • Completed Joint allocation of resources board (JARB) packages.
  • Represented CJ6 as the SME for JFUB (Joint Facilities Utilization Board) Which handled project costs up to 750,000.00 USD.
  • Multi vendor and programs of record co-ordination.
  • Commercial and Government small to medium business planning and project management.
  • 24/7 cell tower Installation project- Planning and execution of the installation of 25 Cell towers across the RC-E AOR to support US Operations while also allowing communications continuity for ISAF.
  • ISAF CUR2 project- Ground to air radios working with NATO and ISAF assets.
  • ISAF CESS (Cellular Enabled Security and Stabilization)- A program initiated by ISAF for the monitoring and passing of information for action dealing with military and police in Afghanistan.  I represented the Division CJ6 as their Subject Matter Expert on all communications issues and guidance.
  • x12 ISP/OSP projects throughout Regional command East (RCE)- Ensured that guidance and timelines were established and followed to complete cabling projects throughout the RC-East area of operations.  This ensured that other projects were not delayed due to improper planning of the cabling installations.
  • Regional Broadcast Capability (RBC)-Establish the updating of software on the newly installed S2 Modems.  This project is in multiple phases, currently, Client push and Hub side. Also ensured that all tracking and documentation was archived for future use and that kencast licenses were tracked and distributed to key units.
  • Full Motion Video (FMV)-integration of the FMV into Persistent Threat Detection System (PTDS) aerostats, Persistent Ground Surveillance System (PGSS) aerostats, Persistent Ground Surveillance Towers (PGST), and Rapid Aerostat Initial Deployment (RAID) towers.
  • Military Working Dogs (MWD)-Direct communication, both secure and unsecure, is needed between the MWD kennels and the various Task Forces located throughout Afghanistan utilizing MWD’s. The MWD Kennels is Joint Service.
  • New Joint Operations Center (JOC)- Prepared documentation and worked with various departments to ensure that the JOC was able to be started through 100% planning with the USACE (US Army Corp of Engineers).  Prior to my inclusion on this project there were many missing components that could have adversely affected operations and would have caused undue additional cost and delays.
  • Aerial layer network (117g and HNRe2)Radios- (15 sites 117g) (7 sites HNRe2) Deploy Aerostat balloons and MLOS/FMV connectivity to determined locations.  This is to view PSDS2 feeds across CJOA.
  • JWICS to the BN-RC-E used as the 1st test case (Proof of Concept) and set up 3 sites across RC-E working with  PM WIN-T FSRs and the JNCC-A. FSRs installed JWICS tunneling “HUBS” at RC-E.
  • Aerostat FOB Connectivity- Assuring connectivity of the Aerostat assets (PGSS and PTDS) to operations centers via various communications methods, radios and fiber optics.
  • Caribou Bed down (Charlie Ramp flight line) – Supply fiber to CJ4 flight line operations to support NIPR and SIPR communications for LADS.
  • CJSOAD C2 Building (combined joint special operations aviation detachment)-
  • Rapid Reaction Tunnel Detection fiber connection – Ensured that priorities and coordination were planned to complete project on time and in support of base security operations.
  • Joint operations center (JOC) Server room installation- Install new server room to support the JOC. Three Phases: 1. three 15-ton HVAC units to cool servers; 2. Demo room, rip out all electrical, carpeting, etc. 3. Wire inside accord to specs; 4. Install dedicated generator and corresponding horizontal work.
  • Counter IED (COIC)-The intent of the COIC-A S-LAN installation is to improve bandwidth used to provide COIC products down to the Battalion level.
  • DISA SDN Tier 0 Upgrade- Ensured timelines and coordination with ancillary units allowed for the timely completion of this project on schedule.
  • x2 Radio Antenna Relocation projects-requires 72 strands of single mode fiber to connect a secure area with  Real Time Regional Gateway (RTRG) to a HF/RF antenna.
  • x5 Technical control facility (TCF) Installs-  Installed and ensured manning for various sized TCF’s to support DoD operations in Afghanistan on the strategic level.
  • MC4 relocation project- Movement of the Medical commands training and workspaces to a new location with support for the installation of power and other services.
  • R3G Biometrics fielding – To provide biometrics capability to users at the tactical edge (LTM) in support of five BNs
  • Integrated Tactical Training Facility (ITTF) Village-To upgrade the services at the ITTF (Range Control) this includes the training offices for the Base Operations JRSOI and the civilians under MPRI.
  • Installation of Panther Hub-Coordinate installation of Panther hub and configuration of the 2 Panther systems.
  • Interim rigging facility – Air Force is making the Quarter Master move from its current LAMS-A tent on the flight line to a new LAMS-A tent on Bravo ramp. The rigging unit requires 10 NIPR and 10 SIPR drops to maintain connectivity and conduct operations.
  • Red Star Fuel Facility – Provide a “ring down” only copper installation that will allow connectivity from Red Star to the ancillary fuel points on BAF.
  • Dept of State (DoS) 240FT Towers- Ensure communications connectivity and cement pad placement and completion, for the construction of a 240FT tower for communications equipment.
  • And much more…

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