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Code of Conduct
A Resume: Chapter One:
When I was 19 years old, I served as a sergeant in command of two anti-armor missile gunnery squads in the Republic of South Korea. My responsibility included the welfare of the men, as well as the organizational deployment of missions.
During the '80's, I was assigned along the US/Mexico border to a tank battalion as a TOW gunner in a recon mechanized cavalry platoon. While there, I was presented the Army Achievement Award as an unofficial recruiter with a 100% success rate.
During my year in Korea, I received an E.M.T. medic certification. Upon return to the US, I received another certification from Army Special Forces in D.O.E. operations; which later became the basis for my pyrotech work card with I.A.T.S.E. Local #720.
In 1989, I transferred to Las Vegas and entered the Nevada Military Police Academy; and also attended the Reserve Officer Training Corp, while majoring in Finance at U.N.L.V.. After graduation from the academy, I was deployed to the Persian Gulf War.
My origins in the media industry started in '81, as a Public Affairs Photojournalist for 3rd Brigade of the 82nd Airborne Infantry Division at Ft. Bragg. While in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, I was assigned to an enemy prison of war camp as a Public Affairs News Editor liason to agencies such as CNN.
When I was 17 years old, I pledged allegiance to defend the US against "transgressors both foreign and domestic". This was not a slogan or politically correct statement; but an ideology that continues with me today in protecting the US against the blatant corporate/White House collusion that threatens to undermine our economy and national security.
* This vocational chapter is just that...one chapter that serves as the foundation for my business experience since then.
Chapter 2: Mission Statement:
To diversify income streams, accelerate net worth, & cut costs for corporate, municipal, personal, & non-profit/micro-finance clients using multi-media targeted platforms in a global forum and to do so in contrast to the prevalent 'Business as Usual' condoned atmosphere found today.
Chapter 3: Letters of Reference Attachments
Chapter 4: Associations
(a) I.A.T.S.E. Local #720
(b) additions pending
Chapter 5: Education
(a) Financial Advisor Certificate, Financial Advisor Symposium, Las Vegas, NV, 2007
(b) Certificate for Commercialization of Technology, CCET, Stan Fulton Gaming Institute, U.N.L.V., Las Vegas, NV, 2005;
(c) Florida DOT Commercial Drivers License, Class B, 1995
(d) Nevada M.P. Academy Diploma, 1990
(e) International Trade Certificate, US Dept. of Commerce, 1988
(f) Arizona Dept. of Real Estate Realtor-Associate License, 1985
(g) Hotel-Motel Management Certificate, Pima College, Tucson, AZ, 1985
(h) Associate of General Studies Degree, Pima College, Tucson, AZ,
(i) Emergency Medical Technician, East Los Angeles College, Monterey Park, CA, 1980
(j) US Army School, Special Forces Demolition, Ordinances, & Explosives, Ft. Bragg, NC, 1979
(k) Military Drivers Education Certificate, Fayetteville Technical Institute, Fayetteville, NC, 1978
(l) Infantry, TOW/Dragon Missle, & Airborne Schools, Ft. Benning, GA, 1978
(m) Army Basic School, Ft. Knox, KY, 1978
(n) Sahuaro High, Tucson, AZ, 1974-77 (Deans' Honor Roll 2x Freshman Year)
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