Military service

Missouri Valley, IA

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MILITARY SERVICE:
DECEMBER 1978 to FEBRUARY 1981
Training Manager, Sergeant First Class (SFC), E7, P11B40 S95B0HV5
United States Army Reserve Center Fort Lincoln Bismarck, North Dakota 58501
Headquarters 89th U.S. Army Reserve Command Wichita, Kansas 67210 Major Jerry W Thurman TMDO, Omaha, Nebraska 68102
Responsible for the development and implementation of training doctrine for U.S. Army reserve units in North and South Dakota. Work included inspection and monitoring of required training, assisted in the development of training aids and devices and maintained training files.
DECEMBER 1976 to DECEMBER 1978
Intelligence Operations NCO (SFC), E7, P11B40 S95B0HV5
U.S. Army Directorate of Plans, Training and Security (DEPSEC) Fort Sheridan, Illinois 60037 Captain Ronald P Martin, Military Intelligence
Responsible for the development of training for active U.S. Army Units. Work included the development of training regulations, inspection of training activities, maintenance of training files, and request and processing of security clearances for military personnel. Conducted security surveys, security of classified equipment, weapons and documents. Assigned duties as assistant intelligence officer. Maintained control and accountability of operational plans (OPPLANS), established security policies, conducted required investigations of compromised and/or breach of any classified documents or security systems, and conducted training on security and security related subjects.
APRIL 1973 To DECEMBER 1976
Military Police Investigator/Instructor
(SSG) E6 95B3HV5
501st Military Police Company Illesheim, Germany APO 09326 and 15th Military Police Brigade(Military Police Academy) Mannheim, Germany APO 09086. Master Sergeant Paul Farmer, Academy Commandant
Responsible for impartially conducting criminal investigations of offenses perpetrated by and/or against active U.S. military personnel, federal employees and/or members of their families. Work included covert operations, investigation of destruction, theft or misappropriation of U.S. government property, and the control and security of evidence.
Also, responsible for the preparation and presentation of various units of instruction on law enforcement subjects. Work included the development and maintenance of cadet files, council to cadets and assignment as a mobile training team member.
JANUARY 1972 to APRIL 1973
Military Police Desk Sergeant/Patrol Supervisor (SSG) E6 95B30
401st Military Police Company Fort Hood, Texas 76544 Captain Kenneth H Besecker, Commanding
Primarily responsible for personnel supervision and administrative operation of a police desk and 36-law enforcement (patrol and investigative) officers. Work involved the enforcement of federal and state laws, security of business, homes, recreational parks and other public and nonpublic establishments, and included the investigation of criminal offenses and motor vehicle accidents.
JANUARY 1971 to JANUARY 1972
Military Police Desk Sergeant (SSG) E6 95B30
557th Military Police Company Long Bein, Republic of Vietnam APO 96491 Captain Robert Walker, Commanding
Responsible for the operation of a joint service military police desk in the City of Bein Hoe, Republic of Viet Nam. Work included the security, safety, protection and control of US property and US military personnel in the Bein Hoa City area, enforcement of laws and regulations as are assign to/for operations in a combat zone. Also had additional assignment as Non Commissioned Officer In Charge (NCOIC) of a Military Police Team, at the Long Bein Drug Treatment Center, to secure US Military personnel who were being treated and scheduled for transport back to the United States.
AUGUST 1960 to JANUARY 1971
Infantry/Infantry Non Commissioned Officer (E1 through E6) 11B40
Assignments included 4th Armored Division Crailsheim, Germany APO 09326, 1st Battalion 3rd Infantry (The Old Guard), US Army Honor Guard, Fort Myer, Virginia 22211, 25th Infantry Division Plie Kue, Republic of Vietnam APO 96355, 1st Infantry Division Fort Riley, Kansas, 24th Infantry Division Munich, Germany, 207th MP Company (5th Army) Fort Riley, Kansas, 4th Infantry Division Fort Lewis, Washington, 7th Infantry Division Camp Casey, Korea and 2nd Infantry Division Fort Benning, Georgia

FORMAL EDUCATION:
Associate Degree (AGS), with competency in Law Enforcement, Central Texas College, Killeen, Texas (December 1985).
Special Criminal Investigations, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation School, Fort McClellan, Alabama.
Military Police Investigations, Military Police Academy, Mannheim, Federal Republic of Germany.
Security Managers/Installation Intelligence course, 5th U.S. Army Intelligence School, Fort McCoy, Sparta, Wisconsin.
Police Supervisor's Course, Military Police School, Fort Gordon, Georgia.
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Course/College, U.S. William O'Darby Kaserne, Fuerth, Germany.
VII Army Non-Commission Officer's Academy, Munich, Germany
Dealing with Marginal Employees, Effective Writing Course, and Communication Management Course, Fort Sheridan, Chicago, Illinois

AWARDS:
Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star, Purple Heart, , Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, Combat Infantry Badge, Good Conduct Medal (5th award), Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal w/4 Bronze Stars and the Vietnam Campaign Medal

OTHER:
Received Reserve Commission of 03, 31A (Military Police Captain) 1978, Individual Ready Reserve (IRR)

Military Assignments; (Reverse order)
DECEMBER 1978 to FEBRUARY 1981
United States Army Reserve Center Fort Lincoln, Bismarck, North Dakota, Headquarters 89th U.S. Army Reserve Command, Wichita, Kansas (Reserve Adviser).
DECEMBER 1976 to DECEMBER 1978
HQ. US Army Garrison, Directorate of Plans, Training and Security (DEPSEC), and Intelligence Operations Fort Sheridan, Illinois.

APRIL1976 to DECEMBER 1976
C Co. 2nd Bn. 3rd BCT BDG. (Drill Sergeant Program-Special Assignment), Ft. Dix, New Jersey
APRIL 1973 to APRIL 1976
C Co. /CSC 1 / 6th Inf. 1st AD (Special Assignments), 501st Military Police Company Illesheim, Germany, and 15th Military Police Brigade (Instructor, Military Police Academy) Mannheim, Germany.
JANUARY 1972 to APRIL 1973
401st Military Police Company, 720th MP Bn.(Former A C.o. 518 MP Bn.), III Corps. at Fort Hood, Texas.
JANUARY 1971 to JANUARY 1972
D Co.3rd Bn. 22nd Inf., 25th Div. and 557th MP Co. 95th MP Bn., 18th MP BDE., Long Bein / Bein Hoe, Vietnam.
AUGUST 1960 to JANUARY 1971
B Co. 1st Bn. 51st Inf. 4th Armored Division (Mckee Bks.) Crailsheim, Germany, 1969-71
E Co., US Army Honor Guard, 1st Bn 3rd Inf (The Old Guard), Fort Myer, Virginia, 1966-69
B Co. 1st Bn, 35th Inf, 25th Infantry Div. Hawaii and Plie Kue, Republic of Vietnam, 1965-66
C Co. 1st Bn. 16th Inf., 1st Infantry Division Fort Riley, Kansas, 1964-65
16th Corps. AA&CI (Special Assignment) Omaha, Nebraska 1964
24th Infantry Division (2nd BDE. 19thInf. ) Munich, Germany, 1964- "Cut short!"
207th MP Company (5th Army) Ft. Riley, Kansas, 1963-64
CSC 2nd BG 47th Inf. 4th Infantry Division Fort Lewis, Washington, 1962-63
CSC 1st BG 32nd & 31st Inf. of 7th Inf. Div. Camp Casey/Camp Hovey, Korea, 1961-62
CSC Co.2nd BG, 1st Inf. 2nd Infantry Division Fort Benning, Georgia, 1960-61

Branch of Service:
Army

Submitted by:
Cliff Totten

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