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    • Dario Glenn Eubank 5510 Luxor Dr B Killeen TX, 76549 (760) 481-2332 darioeubank@yahoo.com www.linkedin.com/pub/dario-eubank/38/a43/778/ Objective To obtained an All Source Intelligence position that will enable me to use my military experience, leadership abilities and strong academic background, to achieve company success Technical Skills & Relevant Knowledge  Clearance Level- Top Secret/SCI  CPOF, ArcMap, OSRVT,TIGR, HIIDE/SEEK, JADOCS, DCSG-A proficient  Global Islamic terror groups  Policy Memorandum Writing  Intercultural Communication Skills  Proficient in Microsoft Office programs  Customer orientated approach Education IDC Herzliya, Israel Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy Masters in Government, graduated: December 2010 Track Focus: Counter Terrorism and Homeland Security Angelo State University, Texas College of Graduate Studies Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice Graduate Certificate: Cyber Security (in progress) Cochise College, Arizona Associate of Applied Science, graduated: August 2013 Major: Intelligence Operations Studies Concentration: All-Source Intelligence Analyst (Military Occupation Specialty 35F) Monterey Institute of International Studies, California Aug-Dec 2008 Graduate School of International Policy Studies Masters in Terrorism Studies, 17 units completed with a of GPA 3.7 Focus: Middle East and Central Asia Terror Groups California State University-Fullerton, California College of Humanities and Social Sciences Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, graduated: August 2007
    • Concentration: Southern California Gangs Military Professional Experience United States Army Apr 2010-PRESENT 35F All-Source Intelligence Analyst  1st duty station- Korea, Camp Humphreys, 2nd Infantry Division, 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade HHC Nov 2011-Nov 2012  Brigade Intelligence Support Element- Lead Jr Intelligence Analyst focusing on North Korea threats to 2nd CAB mission, specifically SAMS, MANPADS, AAA and Electronic Warfare systems.  Published weekly multi INT classified threat and situational briefs for subordinate units utilizing Share Point Portal and Microsoft Office  Identified weakness in North Korean command and control AAA weapons systems in the Four Forward Corps areas and proposed ways to eliminate threats to 2nd CAB missions at the onset of war  Established Standard Operating Produce for DCGS-A (MFWS) intelligence system that increased intelligence analyst combat capabilities during exercises and production of intelligence products  Additional Duties: Security Manager within S-2 shop handling classified materials as well as sensitive items. Maintained Brigade Command Language personnel files and maintained accountability of key control access within HHC. Ensured compliance with Brigade physical security program for all sections and managed S2 section SIPR Share Point Portal for intelligence distribution  2nd duty station- Texas, Ft. Hood, 1st Cavalry Division, 41st Fires Brigade, 589th Brigade Support Battalion HHC Dec 2012-PRESENT  Promoted from Intelligence Analyst to Intelligence Sergeant Nov 1 2013  Published 589th OSINT threat/situational briefs focusing on three flash point areas: AFRICOM, CENTCOM and PACOM. Analysis focused on conventional and unconventional threats to 41st Fires BDE and 589th BSB missions  Provide 589th BSB Battalion Commander with bi-weekly crime stats utilizing RAIDS to understand local criminal threats to personnel and ways to mitigate risk  Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance trainer and operator for 589th BSB. Responsible for training non Military Intelligence personnel in the operation of the One Station Remote Video Terminal (OSRVT) enabling 589th BSB to access ISR assets outside of 41st FIRES BDE. RQ-11 (RAVEN) pilot, providing real time intelligence through full motion video to supporting companies refit/re- supply missions.  Additional Duties: Managed and maintained Physical Security program for 589th BSB to include; arms rooms, key control and computer spillage issues. Manager for the Personal Security section and responsible for over 1800 service members in assisting with clearance applications as well as conducting investigations into negative personnel action. Managed 589th ISOPREP program and ensured all personnel were enrolled in the system and performed bi-annual updates to achieve 90% unit readiness
    • Civilian Experience Educator, Monterey, CA May 2007-Dec 2008 Substitute for Monterey Peninsula  Educator in 3 separate school districts; Monterey, Pacific Grove, Salinas  Implemented educational plans for grade levels 9-12th and supervised over 15 children per class.  Areas of education were in Math, English, Drama, Science and Physical Ed.  Contracted in the summer of 2008 to teach English to non-English speakers/limited skills. Duties entailed managing 25+ children with various levels of English comprehension, designing lesson plans to maximize learning and provide confidence building oral exercises. Successfully passed over 90% of the students Universal Protection Services Inc, Monterey, CA Aug 2007-Oct 2008 Court Security Specialist  Provided physical security for the Monterey Superior court house in Monterey  Operated the X-Ray RapiScan system searching over 100 personnel a day without incident  Conducted patrol of court grounds to insure building integrity and safety  Partnered with Monterey Sheriffs’ Department to ensure safety protocols were maintained and court staff secure Honors and Awards  Warrior Leader Course, Commandant’s List-February 2012  Army Achievement Medal (3) 2012, Korean Defense Service Medal 2012, Good Conduct medal (2014)  Certificate of Achievement from the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs- International Diplomacy, Politics and Communication 2010