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Marylin Woodman

1202 Britt Lane


Rolla, Missouri 65401
United States E-mail: thehonored1@yahoo.com
Home: 001 - (909) - 800-4434
Work Experience 512th Military Police Company (08/01/2008 - 09/30/2010) - Squad
Leader/Patrol Supervisor
Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri United States
Supervisor: SFC Ferrin - 5735965585; Contact:No
Pay Grade: ZZ - 31B - 5
Salary: $33,000.00 per year
Hours per week: 60
Duties: Responsible for the morale, health, and training of a 12 man MP Squad; r
esponsible for the maintenance, accountability, and effective utilization of all
squad assigned weapons, night observation devices, communications equipment, an
d individual equipment worth over $100,000; counsels, disciplines, and develops
soldiers and NCOs into competent leaders; maintains the highest state of combat
readiness regardless of conditions and personnel changes. Operates military poli
ce desks; plans crime prevention measures; prepares operations plans in support
of both battlefield and installation law and order operations and security of re
sources and installations. Supports Platoon Sergeant in meeting collective and i
ndividual tasks.
Union Pacific Rail Road (04/09/2007 - 08/07/2007) - Apprentice Train Dispatcher
San Bernardino, California United States
Supervisor: Alicia Marquez - 909-386-4295; Contact:Yes
Salary: $4,100.00 per month
Hours per week: 40
Duties: Monitored train movements and conditions affecting movements (such as we
ather conditions, train crew availability, engine and equipment availability, tr
ack warrants/bulletins, general orders, timetables, track and speed restrictions
, and train classifications), taking indicated actions to assure safety and perf
ormance, and coordinating responses to unplanned events and emergency situations
Operated the Computer Aided Dispatching (CAD) auto-routing system as indicated b
y conditions, inputting train delays, assuring movement of priority trains, alig
ning switches and adjusting signals not automatically generated, and coordinatin
g the movement and protection of all trains.
502nd EN Co MRB (04/30/2002 - 02/11/2006) - Forward Signal Support NCO
Hanau, Armed Forces Overseas Germany
Supervisor: SFC Keith Pettis - 314-322-8183; Contact:Yes

Salary: $1950.00 per month


Hours per week: 40
HIGLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
Government secret security clearance.
Able to make difficult decisions in stressful situations.
Proficient in Windows XP software and MS Office 2003.
Proven to work well in a diverse environment.
EXPERIENCE
May 01, 2002- Feb 11, 2006
Signal Support Systems Specialist
Installed Anti virus updates and software on government computers to protect net
work security.
Governed maintenance and accountability for over 1 million dollars worth of sens
itive military communications equipment.
Organized and lead training for over 200 soldiers to learn how to communicate ta
ctically and efficiently with various kinds of radios for important tasks.
Corresponded daily with higher headquarters to put together video telephone conf
erences and help solve networking problems.
Motivated subordinates and peers alike to maintain focus on goals during long de
ployments.
Established long distance communications between military posts throughout the w
orld.
Implemented new ways to run my shop so as to be more effective for the companys
needs.
Prepared organizational charts, wrote official correspondence, and maintained re
ports.
Supervision
Instructed, supervised and evaluated the performance of five personnel.
Coordinated work assignments and disciplined a three member communications/ driv
ing team.

Security Clearance: Active Secret


Education MILITARY TRAINING: JUNE 2008-AUG 2008
ARMY COURSE: 31B MILITARY POLICE MOS-T
LENGTH: 4 Weeks
COURSE DESCRIPTION: maneuver and mobility support operations, area security oper
ations, internment and resettlement operations, law and order operations, police
intelligence operations and to support the peacetime Army community through sec
urity of critical Army resources, crime prevention programs and preservation of
law and order. The course develops self-discipline, motivation, physical readine
ss, and proficiency in combat survivability, combat techniques, individual and c
rew-served weapons.
MILITARY TRAINING: APR 2004 - APR 2004
ARMY COURSE: CATCINT34, STANDARDIZED COMSEC CUSTODIAN COURSE
LENGTH: 2 Weeks.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide standardized COMSEC proce
dures
for managing COMSEC accounts in the U.S. Army. The course is mandatory
for COMSEC officers, primary and alternate COMSEC custodians, and INSCOM
and command COMSEC inspectors.
MILITARY TRAINING: AUG 2002 - JAN 2003
ARMY COURSE: 101-31U10, TATS Signal Support Systems Specialist
LENGTH: 17 weeks (612-617 hours)
COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION:
(AR-1715-0928, Exhibit dates OCT 1995 - MAR 2005)
I am able to install, troubleshoot, and perform unit level maintenance on manual
and
automated signal support systems and terminal equipment; provide technical
assistance in implementing information systems; and deploy and operate
dedicated computer systems.
MILITARY TRAINING CONTINUED IN ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Additional Information MILITARY TRAINING: Feb 2009-Mar 2009
ARMY COURSE: WARRIOR LEADER COURSE
LENGTH: 4 Weeks
COURSE DESCRIPTION: A branch-immaterial course that provides basic leadership tr
aining for soldiers selected for promotion to sergeant. It provides an opportuni
ty to acquire the leader values, attributes, skills and actions (VASA) and knowl
edge needed to lead a team size unit. It serves as the foundation for further tr
aining and development. Trains prospective and newly promoted sergeants in basic
leadership skills, NCO duties, responsibilities and authority, and how to condu
ct performance-oriented training. It focuses on leader training for first time l
eaders. Produces battle competent junior NCOs who are qualified team/section/squ
ad leaders, trainers of leader and war fighting skills, evaluators and counselor
s, conductors/participants in individual and collective training, and performers
/teachers of leader skills, knowledge, and attitudes. The course is non-MOS spec
ific, taught in an NCOA live-in environment using small group instruction with p
ractical application, followed by hands-on, performance oriented training conduc
ted in a field environment, culminating with a field training exercise. Cadre pe
rsonnel assess the students leadership potential and evaluate their ability to a
pply lesson learned to effectively lead their classmates in a tactical environme
nt. WLC provides opportunity for education, to learn war-fighting skills, and to
gain experience.
MILITARY TRAINING: SEP 2008-SEP 2008
ARMY COURSE: SPECIAL REACTION TEAM (SRT) MOS 31B
LENGTH: 2 Weeks
COURSE DESCRIPTION: SRT Phase 1 instruction consists of tactics and special thre
at operations to include SRT concepts, movement in urban terrain, building clear
ing operations, use of force to include less lethal option, response to terroris
t incidents, advanced firearms training, surveillance/intelligence reporting and
incident pre-planning.
Military Awards:
NCO Professional Development Ribbon
Army Acheivement Medal (x4)
Army Commendation Medal (x2)
Good Conduct Medal (x2)
Overseas Ribbon (x2)
Iraqi Liberation Ribbon (x5)
Global War on Terrorism Ribbon
Army Service Ribbon
Army National Defense Ribbon
4 Combat Stripes
3 Combat Deployments to Iraq. 2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2010