ExperienceDaniel's IT Network Management and Technician experience has been solely based in the U.S. Army. Several deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan and other high paced assignements have helped Daniel learn how to lead, manage,and run a network under stressful and extremely dynamic situations. These assignments have included several IT projects and upgrades that are too numerous to capture adequately in a website format.
Supervisory and Technical Positions
|Timeframe||Company||Position||Personnel Directly Supervised||Managed Network Devices|
|2015-current||U.S. Army||Division Satellite Hub Platoon Leader||7||1400+|
|2013-2015||U.S. Army||Division Network Management Technician||0||1400+|
|2013||U.S. Army||Division Network Operations Security Center (NOSC) and Management Technician||10||1400+|
|2012||U.S. Army||Senior Network Management Technician for Afghanistan Regional Command East (RC-East)||1||2500+|
|2011-2012||U.S. Army||Division Satellite Hub Platoon Leader||7||2500+|
|2008-2011||U.S. Army||Okinawa Network Enterprise Center (NEC) Network Architecture Network Operations Security Center (NOSC) Senior Officer and Management Technician||16||250+|
|2005-2008||U.S. Army||Battalion Command Post Team Leader||4||7|
|2003-2005||U.S. Army||High Capacity Line of Site Radio Team Leader||2||0|
|2000-2003||U.S. Army||High Capacity Line of Site Radio Team Member||0||0|
Teaching PositionsFrom 2008 to 2011 while stationed in Okinawa, Japan Daniel had the privilege of being the sole instructor for the U.S. Army Signal University. Classes were held once a quarter each year and the courses varied from 1-3 weeks in length teaching several topics such as both basic and advanced routing, Cisco Voice over IP, and other general IT related topics.