The Army has been one of the most defining life decisions I’ve made. I’m still an active reservist non-commissioned officer, and I plan to finish out a full 20 years. Sitting pretty right at about 15 now.

It’s shaped me into the person I am today, and I have nothing but respect for those that put their lives last. I’ve spent two tours in Afghanistan, one in 2013 as a driver and section NCOIC supporting the 55th Sustainment Brigade, and another in 2016 augmenting the 75th Ranger Regiment as an Information Operations Chief.

Here’s a brief overview of my time in the US Army:
MOS – 35F
2006-2013 – 55th Sustainment Brigade
2013 – Afghanistan, Kabul, Camp Eggers (DCOM-SPO), Operations NCO
2013-2015 – AFRICOM, Analyst
2015-2016 – 1st Information Operations Command, IO Planner
2016 -2017 – Afghanistan, Bagram/JBAD, 75th RR Augment, IO Chief
2017-2018 – 1st Information Operations Commend, IO Trainer
2019-Present – 203rd MI BN, TECHINT Collector/Trainer

There are a few photo galleries below if you’re interested.