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Lifecycle Logistician

Columbia, South Carolina


Professional Profile

  • Military background as a Logistics Specialist that has been proven through the responsibility, developments and organizations I have encountered in stressful environments around the world.
  • Multifunctional Logistician with 10 years experience in Production Management, Supply Management, Warehouse Operations, Distribution, Transportation and Expeditionary Logistics.
  • Energetic Logistician who has demonstrated the ability to solve complex problems and build strong business relationships while providing the highest levels of customer service in fast-paced, dynamic environments.
  • A dedicated and result-driven Logistician and Freight forwarder with a highly successful background in the achievement of profitable business growth through the creation and execution of successful distribution of goods and logistics strategies.
  • Experienced logistician with over ten years of full life supply cycle support charged in the care and securing of property to include storage, handling, preservation, preventive maintenance and reduction of property for the DoD communities.

Professional Experience

GCSS-A Operator

AC First, Bagram Afghanistan

Aug 2017Dec 2017

  • Uses thorough knowledge of supply regulations and policies to maintain property accounts and records, in the GCSS-Army supply system.
  • Assist in converting unit with data validation checks to make sure all property transferred over to GCSS-Army.
  • Served as a Key Action Officer for providing requirements for all aspects of GCSS-Army development using SAP business processes.
  • My duties were: keeping my assigned buildings clean, keeping an accurate count on all the supplies in the buildings, issue supplies to all units, and load and unload supplies using supplies as the units picked up and returned the supplies.
  • Provided support to personnel on the Standard Property Book System (SPBS), Unit Level Logistics System (ULLS-S4), Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS), and the Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army).
  • Proficient in GCSS-A, a highly customized version of the Oracle system program , its used to track and manage Inventory, Maintenance, Supply Chain Management and Planning activities.
  • Manage all equipments in the unit by using Table of Organization and Equipment (TOE) and the Property Book Unit Supply-Enhanced (P-BUSES), Standard Army Management Information System (STAMIS).

Site Property Book Officer

DynCorp International, Bagram Afghanistan

Jan 2017Jun 2017


  • Implements property control activities to maintain accountability in tracking Government Furnished Property, Contractor Acquired Property and Leased company equipment in accordance with the approved Property Control Procedures.
  • Provides support for all areas of formal property accountability and maintains records that show current value of property record, item identification, authorizations, on-hand balances, property condition, and location of all non-expendable and other specially designated property.
  • Perform technical supply work and is responsible for maintaining the Property Book System and utilizes the appropriate automated system to maintain automated property book accountability records and ensure accountability for all property book items.
  • Established and maintained accuracy of records for all incoming accountable assets to include Government Furnished Property (GFP) and Contract Acquired Property (CAP) using the Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS).
  • Property Accountability, property control, requesting, receiving, recording, storage, movement, consumption, utilization, maintenance, inventory, security, subcontract control, disposition, turning in organization and installation supplies and equipment, and maintaining hand receipts for Government owned property.
  • Maintained government property records and reporting based on Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and contract requirements.
  • Utilized thorough  knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFAR) and related federal and state legislation and regulations.

MCT Air Logistics Coordinator

Kellogg Brown and Root, Taji, Iraq

Sep 2016Jan 2017

  • Responsible for recieving, validation and processing all suface and air movement requests and coordinating between all the MCT's to ensure efficient, timely and cost effective support of the military.
  • Properly identifies and interprets information provided on material labels, tags, and container markings.
  •  Handles, transports and stores material as necessary to ensure compliance with all applicable storage requirements (e.g. product temperature, storage and handling requirements).
  •  Rotates stock as necessary to ensure product is allocated for use in accordance with proper facility storage and rotation procedures.
  • Responsible for receiving, validating, and processing, all Transportation Movement(TMR'S), Joint Movement Request (JMRs) and Air Movement Request (AMRs) for the personnel and equipment transitioning, originating, termination and assign MCT area of responsibility.
  • Coordinate between MCT functions to ensure efficient, timely, and cost effective support to the customer.
  • Assume primary responsibility in coordinating the logistics of freight and personnel movements by air.
  • Coordinated with Logistics and Procurement to ensure all containers and air shipments had proper documentation and were received in accordance with established processes and procedures.
  • Coordinates with military personnel and other Movement Control Team (MCT), for delivery and receiving of equipment, etc.
  • Completes required storage documents and communicates effectively with team members and upper management.
  • Performed logistics management functions involving planning, coordinating, evaluating, and integrating logistics actions required to support channel customers, logistics missions/programs, and logistics processes.
  • Reviews work orders and identify material or containers to be moved and determine destination.
  • Plan, coordinate, evaluate, and integrate logistics actions required to support customers, logistics missions/programs, or logistics processes.

Supply Technician

Data Solutions & Technology , Fort Stewart, GA

Dec 2015Sep 2016

  • Provide research and analysis for Assets issues by using data sources such as Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE), Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS), manual Property Book Officer (PBO) and Standard Property Book System-Redesign (SPBS-R).
  • Rotates stock as necessary to ensure product is allocated for use in accordance with proper facility storage and rotation procedures.
  • Prepare property accountability records of equipment and lateral transfer equipment to various Army Commands using Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) system.
  • Coordinated with Theater Provided Equipment (TPE) PBO on property accountability and visibility for collection, transfer, and transport of excess equipment for disposition.
  • Responsible for all aspects of supply operations to include inventories on Property, Hand Receipt Holders, PBO inventories, sensitive items, safety PPE, clothing, and tools
  • Established and maintained equipment records and other documents using Standard Army Management Information Systems, Standard Army Maintenance System-Enhanced (SAMS-E), Property Book Unit Supply-Enhanced (PBUSE), Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW), and manual accounting records and reports.
  • Knowledgeable in a wide variety of ARMY supply regulations, policies, and procedures, inventory management principles, concepts and methodologies related to requisitioning, receipt, storage, and distribution systems, inventory management's systems, property accounting, and automated property accounting systems.

Supply-chain Planner/Inventory Manager


Feb 2015Dec 2015

  • Maintain timely and accurate warehouse inventories, provide support for the client inventory objectives, and achieve service levels for timeliness and accuracy.
  • Proactively address any issues that would impede maximum use of inventory.
  • Perform analysis of all inventory related transactions and activities within the network.
  • Perform all activities that facilitate the inventory control objectives of the Program across multiple distribution facilities.
  • Extract, filter and process data from multiple sources using queries and automated tools.
  • Manage data issues and discrepancies between multiple data sources and analyze data to provide actionable information.
  • Provide reporting and analysis on timely and accurate basis to both internal and external customers.
  • Support distribution center operations by identifying processes for continuous improvement.
  • Maximize inventory availability for order fulfillment, resolve inventory discrepancies, and research root cause for corrective and preventive actions.
  • Maintain all Order Manager Tables that drive inventory planning.

Systems Products & Solutions/ManTech International – Afghanistan

Logistics Manager, Afghanistan

Jul 2012Mar 2014

  • Generated picking tickets, DA Form 3161 and other accountability documentation, as directed.
  • Generated Standard and Ad Hoc reports.
  • Processed data entry and transmitted data to appropriate site.
  • Performed edits based on FEDLOG codes and classes of supply.
  • Created and maintained work orders of rolling stock and all equipment that was in the SAMS-E system.
  • Used readiness, production and management reports available from the current automation support program and/or manual system, provided status of equipment, maintenance actions in progress, and location of equipment as required or requested.
  • Provided analysis, technical assistance, by researching repair part availability and expedition as required.
  • Edited all received supply transactions and posts into SAMS, IAW EUM.
  • Turned in repair parts and processed data through SAMS.
  • Coordinated with supporting SSAs for requisitioning and turn in action.
  • Performed document register reconciliations and submitted daily supply activities requisitioning cost expenditures.
  • Conducted 10% weekly and 100% monthly inventories to keep 100% accurate inventory accountability.
  • Maintain Sub-Hand Receipts and Property Book accountability for Government Furnished Property/Equipment (GFP/E) & Installation Property.
  • Provide support to property book officers in the execution of their accountability functions, which may include, but are not limited to, providing customer service, reconciling hand receipts, cataloging property, maintaining property book records, and managing/supporting inventory.
  • Responsible for performing accounting analysis for both manual and automated property book evaluations in order to ensure sufficient and accurate property accountability.

Unit Supply Specialist / PBO Clerk / Material Coordinator

United States Army – Ft, Hood, TX

Dec 2007Mar 2010

  • Served as the PBO technical expert and principal PBO representative to subordinate units, attendant hand receipt holders.
  •  Served as a Unit Supply Specialist utilizing Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE), Supply regulations regarding property accountability.Responsible for Issue/Turn In based upon PBO officer and government's approval to clear unit's hand receipts upon receiving equipment.

    •  Property Book Manager/ Officer (PBM/PBO) Assistant, ensure smooth operations through acquisitions and oversight of supplies and equipment daily.
    • Responsible for all aspects of supply operations to include inventories on Property, Hand Receipt Holders, PBO inventories, sensitive items, safety PPE, clothing, and tools.
    • Coordinated with Theater Provided Equipment (TPE) PBO on property accountability and visibility for collection, transfer, and transport of excess equipment for disposition.
    • As a Unit Supply Specialist I was in charge of issuing and receiving over $200 million in property.
    • Allocation of ammunition pallets in storage facilities (funded by DoD, Defense Ammunition Center):Developed software to design storage facilities by determining the optimal placement of ammunition pallets.
    • Duties included completing inventory of ammunition, ammunition handout and checking for live ammunition in residue yard.
    • Distribute, receive, inspect, inventory, and properly label ammunition, record ammunition counts, file and maintain hard documents.
    • I have working knowledge of serial and lot number control of ammunition as well as compatibilities and physical security of ammunition.
    • Perform stock control and accounting duties using both automated and manual procedures for shipping, receiving documents, palletization, ammunition data cards, ammunition suspensions, restriction and releases.
    • Responsibilities include monthly inventories of weapons and ammunition, file upkeep, hand receipt maintenance, and ammunition pick-up and turn-in.


    STAMIS Certified                                                                   PBUSE Certified
    SAMS E Certified                                                                   GCSS-ARMY Certified
    AWRDS Certified                                                                   FORKLIFT Certified

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