Louis Simmons Jr.
38862 Rockinghorse Rd. ▪ Murrieta, CA 92563 ▪ 951445-4225 ▪ firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff Advisor / Manager / Operations
Expertise Fire Support Coordinator ▪ Operations Manager ▪ Pay Load Operator
Strengths ▪ Planning, organizing, and prioritizing complex and multiple job requirements
▪ Troubleshooting a wide range of equipment and new technologies, applying
technical knowledge and first-hand experience with different systems.
▪ Maintaining meticulous and detailed records on highly sensitive and classified
▪ Quickly learning new equipment from a variety of government contractors.
Attributes ▪ Initiative, leadership, and strong work ethic consistently recognized during a 21-
year career in the United States Marine Corps.
▪ Versatility, proven performance, and a history of rising to new challenges.
United States Marine Corps ▪ 1986-2007
Division Fires Chief / Camp Pendleton, California 2003-2005 “His uncanny ability
Developed, conducted, and supervised manual and automated fire to mange time,
support training for 1st Marine Division Units. Instructed, and closely
resources led to the
advises 1st Marine Division Commanders on tactics, techniques and
success of multiple
procedures for automated fire support systems. Trained and training exercises for
prepared Marines and equipment for Deployments. the Regiment.”- David
C. Thomas, CWO3,
Highlights ▪ Responsible for $10 Million dollars worth of equipment USMC
▪ Planned and executed a live fire Division level operation
Career Planner / MCAS Miramar, California ▪ 1998-2003
Responsible for conducting interviews with each Marine, to ascertain
his or her intent. Inspector for the 3rd Marine Air Wing Commanding
Mission-oriented in a
General’s Inspection Program. Direct liaison with Headquarters demanding billet,
Marine Corps on all matters for Career Marines in 3rd Marine Air uses extensive
Wing. combat background
and strong personal
Highlights ▪ Provided monthly reports to Headquarters Marine Corps on the skills to generate
progress of 3rd Marine Air Wing. results.”- Timothy E.
▪ Coordinated and conducted training for subordinate Career Quagge, LtCol, USMC
Louis Simmons Jr. ▪ Page 2 951-445-4225 ▪ email@example.com
Fire Support Coordinator/ Camp Pendleton, California ▪ 1993-1997
Responsible for the functional aspects of the Fire Support “Absolute top
Coordination Center to include fire support coordination, planning, performer.” “Excellent
trainer and leader;
and targeting of lethal and non lethal fires. Provides Fire Support
adapts to new
advice and expertise to Maneuver Commanders. Taught U.S. Army
technology yet stays
special forces on Navy/Marine Corps doctrine and procedures for focused on the
fire support. basics.” “My number
Highlights ▪ Trained 200 Marines on the new Laser Range Finders trainer.”- Phillip M.
▪ Completed a 96 hours training exercise with 3 Marines Bragg, Capt, USMC
Payload Operator, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, ▪ 1988-1990
Executes the proper techniques and procedures to maintain the
“Continues to prove
planned flight profile of the UAV. Prepared for and conducted
himself as an
surveillance, target acquisition and battle damage assessment extraordinary asset to
missions. Analyzed flight missions and computed flight duration the Marine Corps.”
time and fuel consumption. Performed pre-flight, in flight and ”Demonstrated
post-flight checks and procedures superb skills in
Highlights ▪ Rapidly learned and became efficient in a totally new system organization”- Brian
▪ Requested by name to operate the remote receiving station for the K. MCCrary, Capt,
MILITARY OPERATIONS IN URBAN TERRAIN INSTRUCTOR, Camp Pendleton,
SMALL WEAPONS EXPERT, Quantico, Virginia 1995
MARINE SECURITY GUARD SCHOOL, Quantico, Virginia 1990
Education and Training
COMPUTER SKILS: Familiar with word processing and spreadsheets and databases.
SPECIALIZED TRAINING: Leadership, diversity, and Communications