1. Christopher Gray
2268 Tarragon Lane Cell: 910-988-0503
Fort Collins, CO 80521 Christopher.firstname.lastname@example.org
Solutions-focused, versatile management professional offering a comprehensive background supporting U.S.
military operations in roles of increasing responsibility during a 22-year career in the US Army. Expert
team builder and communicator who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve superior results.
Company Supervisor (First Sergeant)
Highly Successful Army Recruiter
Aircraft Quality Control Supervisor
AA in Aviation Maintenance Technology
102 college credit hours towards a BS in
Secret Security Clearance
Integrated numerous Aviation and Military Intelligence assets into a single cohesive organization.
Established a complex base of operations in Afghanistan for a UAS Company on a multi-national compound.
Awarded the Bronze Star as a Company First Sergeant with the 82nd Airborne Division.
Earned the Glen E. Morrell award, the highest award in recruiting, for recruiting excellence.
Exceeded course standards at every level of the Non-Commissioned Officer Corps Education System.
Received commendable ratings as an Aviation Maintenance Quality Control Supervisor.
Experience: US Army 05/1993 – 06/2015
Operations Supervisor of an Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) unit, 01/2013 –
Supervised the development and integration of strategic plans and objectives for an aerial
exploitation unit comprised of 950 personnel in multiple organizations utilizing 54 Aircraft.
Monitored unit achievements and shortfalls to evaluate and report organizational performance.
Assisted in overseeing operations and enforced compliance with FAA and Army regulations.
Forecasted and budgeted $1.5 million of fiscal funds to satisfy training requirements.
Assigned duties, tasks, and responsibilities in a diverse organization and delegated when appropriate.
Successfully reached out to customers to enhance their understanding of the assets available to them.
Maintained a global schedule that ensured 24 hour ISR coverage in Afghanistan.
Managed the flow of intelligence products from development to distribution.
UAS Company Supervisor, 11/2010 - 12/2012
Developed and organized 104 personnel into effective teams by reinforcing successful practices
and emphasizing peripheral vision among team members.
Conserved fiscal funds, harnessed scarce logistical resources, and procured vital equipment in
order to establish a complex base of operations on a multi-national compound in Afghanistan.
Established force protection and emergency response procedures for subordinate units.
Negotiated and interfaced with foreign military agencies to facilitate mission essential operations.
Command and Control Aviation Company Supervisor, 04/2009 - 11/2010
Advised the Company Commander on all matters and enforced his intent.
Challenged subordinate leaders to exceed their own expectations. Provided feedback and
Effectively coached teams on decision making processes, problem solving, and interpersonal
Developed teams using goal oriented training to effectively manage the care of aviation equipment
valued at over $45 million.
2. Recruiter/Human Resources, 11/2004 - 10/2008
Promoted and enhanced the Army image by building and maintaining rapport with external
organizations such as universities, businesses, and community leaders.
Performed market research in order to target highly qualified civilian personnel and advise them on
Army career opportunities.
Qualified diverse applicants through background checks and interviews for enlistment into the US Army.
Exercised discretion and sound judgment when dealing with sensitive and controversial issues related to
U.S. Military recruiting.
Consistently recognized by Army recruiting leadership for outstanding performance.
Aviation Intermediate Level Technical Inspector - 04/2002 - 10/2004
Enforced regulatory compliance and ensured the airworthiness of 27 helicopters deployed to Iraq.
Monitored quality control practices performed by 70 maintenance personnel at the Aviation
Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM) level.
Completed a detailed technical report of an essentially destroyed helicopter which ultimately allowed the
airframe to be salvaged.
Quality Control Supervisor, 09/2000 - 03/2002
Received a commendable rating during an Army Readiness Management Systems inspection.
Supervised and developed 4 technical inspectors responsible for the airworthiness of 14 helicopters in
direct support of the US Army Europe Commander.
Enforced regulatory compliance and monitored quality control practices performed by 40
Enhanced the accuracy of the Unit Level Logistics System (Aviation) and the Aircraft Weight and
Balance System through diligence and persistence.
Attended Thomas Edison State College - Trenton, NJ, USA
Associate of Applied Science Aviation Maintenance Technology
Attending Thomas Edison State College - Trenton, NJ, USA
Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership (In progress: 102 Credits)
Primary Leadership Development Course - Commandants list
Advanced Leadership Course - Distinguished Honor Graduate
Senior Leadership Course - Commandants list
Army Basic Instructor Course
Army Recruiter Course
Contract Officer Representative: Designated and authorized in writing by the contracting officer to perform
specific technical or administrative functions on contracts or orders.
Government Ground Flight Representative: Ensures contractor procedures met standards outlined in
Department of Defense Joint Instructions and conducts periodic assessments of contractor compliance.
Leadership and team building
Administration and Management
Computer Assembly and Repair
Critical Thinking & Sound Judgment
Training, Coaching and Mentoring
Engineering and Technology
Human Resources/ Recruiting
Microsoft Office 2013
Production and Processing
Public Safety and Security
Quality Control Analysis
Time and Resource Management