43155 Volterra Street Home 1-951-225-9821
Temecula, CA 92592 Geigers31@yahoo.com
Maintain active government "secret" clearance.
Subject matter expert in field operations, R & S, Dynamic Assault.
Trained, supervised, mentored, evaluated and led over 3,000 marines over a 3 year period.
Certified formal platform instructor.
Possess excellent interpersonal skills.
Managed effective communication and coordinated with local and foreign government entities.
Coordinated multiple high risk operations resulting in 0 casualties..
Superior multi-tasking skills.
Makes well-informed, effective, and timely decisions, even when data is limited or solutions
produce unpleasant consequences.
Leadership, Supervision & Training
Spent 2 years as assistant platoon sergeant for a 24 man section, leading, training, supervising,
and evaluating them on mission accomplishment and career progression.
Spent 2 years as a dynamic assault team leader, leading a specialized 5 man team on training and
real world operations.
Led approximately 700 reconnaissance teams through field operations and high risk evolutions
resulting in 100% mission accomplishment.
Hold self and others accountable for high quality of work or lack thereof while accepting
responsibility for overall outcome.
Spent 14 months leading marines in combat.
Communications & Public Relations
Proven ability to communicate effectively in diverse environments resulting in a complete
understanding of management intentions.
Communicated effectively with 4 foreign governments Special Forces units in order to evaluate,
supervise and advise on joint operations.
Proficient in oral and written communication to include, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and
Assisted Marine Corps public affairs office in filmed interviews discussing specific operations
and training conducted by 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company.
Created a new system of testing which streamlined operational productivity, while improving
3,000 Marines ability to learn while building confidence in tactical applications.
Constructed then implemented a better program of instruction resulting in significant reduction in
physical injuries and improving the overall combat readiness of 3,000 Marines.
Subject matter expert in reconnaissance, surveillance, scouting, patrolling, scout swimming, small
boat operations, close combat skills, initial terminal guidance, communications, threat weapons,
weaponry, and raid techniques.
Phenomenal ability to delegate tasks according to skill level.
Correctional specialists perform routine inspections, process personnel for confinement and
release; transport prisoners; manage prisoner's funds and personal property; report meaningful
changes in detainee behavior, and reporting infractions of the unit's regulations.
Prepared and delivered 3,276 classes ranging from formal platform instruction to informal field
instruction to classes with 5-130 Marines.
Analyzed and calculated fire direction computations, performed detailed survey operations,
plotted survey data on firing charts utilizing various computer equipment systems.
In charge of acquisition, accountability, and maintenance of highly specialized emergency and
tactical equipment approximately 2 million dollars in value.
On a daily basis received minimal guidance from higher and formulated efficient practical
solutions to a variety of complex problems.
Able to utilize various sources in order to accomplish the task at hand.
Jan 2011-Current: 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company, Dynamic Assault Team Leader.
Dec 2007-Jan 2011: Reconnaissance Training Company, Combat Instructor.
May 2006-Dec 2007: 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, Assistant Team Leader.
May 2004-May 2006: 3 Battalion 11th Marines M Btry, Fire Directional Control man.
Education and Training
U.S Marine Corps Specialized Training: reconnaissance, surveillance, scouting, patrolling, scout
swimming, small boat operations, close combat skills, initial terminal guidance for heliborne,
airborne, and waterborne forces photography,, communications, threat weapons, weaponry, raid
techniques, helicopter insertion/extraction techniques, demolitions, forward observer procedures
for supporting arms.
Advanced skills in assault weaponry, breaching demolitions, CQB, Military Free-fall, Marine
Northern Virginia Community College, 60 semester credit hours in Political Science.
George Mason University, 80 semester credit hours in Political Science.
Military Schools, USMC, 2004 – 2011.
Dynamic assault course (CQB, breaching, small arms manipulation).
VBSS course (Maritime Interdiction Operations).
Free-fall school (Insert platform).
Dive School (Insert platform).
Marine Corps Instructor of Water Survival.
Machine Gunners Course (Light, med, heavy machine gun employment).
Basic Reconnaissance Course.
Brown belt in MCMAP.
Marine Combat Instructor.
Fire Directional Control-man.
Formal School Instructor Course (Platform instruction school).