1. Glenn R. Slaton III
13190 Buoy Drive
Temple, Texas 76502
Cell: 254-495-6160 Email: email@example.com
Summary: Experienced supervisor with over 20 years of leadership, training, and technical
experience. Skills honed in 5 different countries during 5 operational (peace-keeping and
combat) deployments as well as direct leadership during state-side law enforcement
operations and training missions.
US Army Platoon Sergeant, Fort Hood, Texas 2012-Current
Trained, mentored and led 40 Soldiers through a diverse range of missions and
training focusing on combat support and garrison Law Enforcement .
Coached 3 junior Sergeants to promotion through leadership, technical and tactical
Implemented accountability and maintance plans that allowed the Platoon Leader
better visibility, accountability and functionality of over $3.5M of equipment.
Advised supervisors on the proper utilization of their Military Police platoon that
highlighted the flexibility of the organization.
Coordinated training for 125 Soldiers ranging from basic combat skills to Sexual
Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) and Equal Opportunity
throughout the fiscal year.
US Army Directorate of Emergency Services, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 2010-2012
Prepared and facilitated logistical support for over 80 law enforcement personnel
during civil disturbance operations for 3 high visibility protests outside the installation.
Improved and implemented security plans for 4 commencement exercises that
provided safety and security for over 1,200 field grade officers, their families and VIPs
such as Vice Chief and Chief of Staff of the Army.
Supervised the security team responsible for the movement of 3 nationally visible
detainees of the Joint Regional Correctional Facility resulting in zero incidents of escape
or harm to the detainees.
US Army Instructor United States Army Advanced Airborne School, 82D Airborne Division
Fort Bragg, North Carolina 2008-2010
Designed 6 tests that assessed the comprehension of over 1,200 students in the field
of HAZMAT preparation and documentation, as well as material preparation and aircraft
Demonstrated ability to enforce safety standards during large airborne operations
while evaluating over 20 jumpmaster teams.
2. Glenn R. Slaton III
Assisted the direction of preparing over 150 pieces of equipment for over 3K Soldiers
to deploy to earthquake stricken Haiti resulting in the logistical needs of the relief effort
were in place.
US Army Squad Leader Fort Bragg, North Carolina 2001-2008
Supervised and led squads consisting of 12 Soldiers in both garrison Law
Enforcement and combat operations over an 8 year period with no loss of life or
Managed over 150K rounds of training and operational ammunition to support the
training and mission execution of over 150 Soldiers.
Modified and expanded movement techniques of main supply route patrols that were
adapted by 4 other Military Police companies during combat operations.
Ensured the safety of Paratroopers and serviceability of equipment by serving as
Jumpmaster on over 25 airborne operations. Focused on enforcing safety standards to
instill confidence in the jumpers to execute dangerous training events.
Fayetteville Technical Community College- Criminal Justice (20 CH)
Other Specialized Training
Primary Leadership Development Course
Advanced Leaders Course
Senior Leaders Course
Air Movement Officer Course
HAZMAT Preparation and Certification Course (AMMO-62)
US Air Force Contingency Load Planners Instructor Course
FEMA Incident Command Systems course 100, 200, 300, 400, 700 and 800
Unit Prevention Leader
Proficient at MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook. Type: 64 WPM
Experienced at building effective multi-cultural teams
Experienced at using Inter-Personal Communication Skills to de-escalate volatile situations,
both domestic and abroad.
Associations with Professional Organizations
82D Airborne Division Association
Military Police Regimental Association
Awards and Recognitions
Bronze Award Order of the Marechaussee