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Ronald Roy Sinclair

SSN: XXXXXXXXX

MAILING ADDRESS:

500th MI Group

 

Unit 45009, Box 124

 

APO, AP 96338-5009


HOME:

001-81-3117-68-4180

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E-MAIL:    sinclair@zma.attmil.ne.jp
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WORK EXPERIENCE:

Greater Pacific Food Holdings, Inc.

10/1997 - 12/1998

Diana Cumberland

831-645-1070

Receptionist

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Monterey, CA

30 hrs/week

Performed data entry functions using ACT 3.0, a database manager; Typed correspondence; Managed voicemail system; packed, shipped, and received point-of-sale items and food items to clients via UPS, Federal Express, and Airborne Express.

Thor Agency

11/1996 - 03/1997

Kirt Jonas

714-973-1783

Database Specialist

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Tustin, CA

40 hrs/week

Gainfully employed through Thor, a temporary employment agencey as a database specialist by McGladrey & Pullen, a certified public accounting and consulting firm. Contributed in composing a sizable database, editing and imputting all available figures from an aged database into an improved database management system. Aided in forecasting potential dilemmas, and grew acutely proficient in operating Navision Financials, the financial database system primarily used by McGladrey & Pullen.

Vance Uniformed Protective Services, Inc.

08/1995 - 02/1996

Do Not Recall

703-691-2330

Unarmed Security Officer

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Oakton, VA

40 hrs/week

Performed unarmed and retail security of private, commercial, and federal areas and sites; Observed and reported any irregular activity to shift supervisors; Provided written and oral reports prior to being relieved; Assisted in escorting valuable equipment, monetary funds, and persons to their destinations; Acquired certification of CPR and First Aid and 40 hours of core security training.

United States Army

08/1989 - 10/1995

Kathryn Leonard

Do Not Recall

Intelligence Analyst

//E5

Fort Bragg, NC

40+ hrs/week

Assembled, integrated, analyzed, briefed and disseminated intelligence information collection from tactical, strategic, and technical sources; Analyzed intelligence information and served as a country or geographical area specialist.

Assisted in preparation of reports on captured enemy material, prepared drafts of intelligence reports, and acquired a working knowledge of personal computers.

Operated at different levels of the Intelligence hierarchy, including tactical level:

Managed the North Korean Air Force and North Korean Antiaircraft Threat databases while assigned to G2, 2nd Infantry Division. Continually evaluated the status of the above databases and provided monthly products of my findings to subordinate and adjacent units. Also assisted in coordinating operational planning and readiness exercises on a montly basis by alloting units a mixure of maps, overlays, and other intelligence materials based on the unit's purpose and mission.
Was also primarily responsible for operating and maintaining the Korean Intelligence Support System (KISS), an automated, secure method of communicating with US and South Korean intelligence units;

Functioned as an intelligence analyst in a critical XVIII Airbone Corps logistical headquarters (1st COSCOM G2), managing a division-level personnel security section, performing oral briefs on a daily and weekly basis;

Supported a battalion that was deployed to Haiti. Upon initial deployment to Operation Uphold Democracy, I briefed approximately 30 key planners daily on the current threat of local militia and possible riot activity. The locations of these activities were plotted on maps and overlays for geographical and historical representation. Important information was relayed to to key leaders, facilitating protection and defense of installations, outposts, and soldiers;

Managed the North Korean Air Force and North Korean Antiaircraft Threat databases while assigned to G2, 2nd Infantry Division. Continually evaluated the status of the above databases and provided monthly products of my findings to subordinate and adjacent units. Also assisted in coordinating operational planning and readiness exercises on a montly basis by alloting units a mixure of maps, overlays, and other intelligence materials based on the unit's purpose and mission;

Was also primarily responsible for operating and maintaining the Korean Intelligence Support System (KISS), an automated, secure method of communicating with US and South Korean intelligence units;

Prepared drafts of intelligence reports;

United States Army

06/1986 - 08/1989

Russel Gough

Do Not Recall

Nuclear Weapons Maintenance Specialist

//E4

Fort Carson, CO

40+ hrs/week

Supervised and performed maintenance and surveillance of nuclear weapons, nuclear weapons trainers, and associated electronics test equipment. Assembled, tested, and adjusted electrical and mechanical components to insure proper operation of nuclear components and equipment.

EDUCATION:

Highest level completed: 1 Year College

Westover Senior High School, Graduation Date: 1986

SPECIALIZED TRAINING:

05/1989-09/1989: Intelligence Analysis provided by US Army, care of US Army Intelligence Center and School.

05/1994-06/1994: Intelligence Analyst Basic Non-commissioned Officer training.

07/1991-10/1995: Numerous Security Manager Training Courses (Automated Security and Physical Security).

HONORS/AWARDS:

Army Achievement Medal, 07/1988
Army Commendation Medal, 05/1990
Army Commendation Medal, 06/1991
Army Achievement Medal, 09/1992
Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, 01/1995
Army Commendation Medal, 05/1995
Certificate of Appreciation, Ahaus Tara CPX '92, Joint US-Honduran exercise
Certification of Appreciation, Joint Task Force Andrew, 05/1993
Certification of Appreciation, Operation Desert Storm, 11/1991