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    • Table of Contents Letter of Recommendation Awards Diplomas Certificates of Training, Self Paced, Military (List Format) Certificates of Training, Self Paced, Personal Development Certificates of Training, Instruction Certificates of Training, Language Certificates of Training, Family Enrichment Reference List
    • Letter ofRecommendation
    • DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY HEADQUARTERS. 75TH FIRES BRIGADE 3427 WILSON ROAD FORT SILL. OKLAHOMA 73503-6009 RIPLY TO ATTEITIOOF: 2l luly 2011To whom it may concern, My name is LTC Roderick D. Herron and I am the deputy commanding officer for the75th Fires Brigade, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. I am writing this letter to wholeheartedly endorse Mr.Daniel Barden for employment at your organization.I am extremely confident he will make anoutstanding addition to your organization. I knew Dan very well. I first met Dan when he came to work for me in the IntelligenceSection (S2) of the 75th Fires Brigade. I have known Dan for over four years and can speak verywell on his character. Not only was Dan one of the best employees/intelligence analyst that Ihave ever had, he quickly took on additional responsibility to include, but not limited to, dailyintelligence briefing, physical and personnel security requirements for the brigade, and themanagement of six junior soldiers. He is a quick study, energetic, a solid problem solver,hardworking, and completely dedicated and loyal. Because of his abilities, I didnt think twiceabout putting in charge of his own brigade level intelligence shop. He is exceedingly capable oftaking on any task; nor does he require direct supervision or instruction. As an intelligence analyst and a Brigade 52 Intelligence Production Section NCOIC, Danalways conducted his business with the utmost level of professionalism. Working above his paygrade, he managed his 52 shop with dignity and respect. I am convinced Dan will be as great an asset to your company as he was to ours. Pleasefeel free to contact me if you would like any additional information. I may be reached at (580)9 17 -6582 or roderick.herron@conus.army.mil ick D. Herron D 4^*--) US Army Deputy Commanding Officer
    • Awards
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    • Diplomas
    • WntreseWrcentr*Sm* ffre nbrtfrcentra[ Tecfinicaf Cot["g, District tsoar[, 6y airtue of tfizaatfiarity outef iru it an[ on tfiz recomnun[ation of forutty, fins confered on Oanief C $ar[en As so ciate ofAW frc[ S cience Arc frite cturaf D esfun anl te c firc hg1 *|ry 23, 1991 AcArlL*rrP-I*"Jt,t-"** Pruf*7 SecretarlfTreastrer Of |fu Eon{
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    • Fort Sill, Oklahoma Be lt Known That SERGEANT DANIEL C BARDEN having successfully completed the Warrior Leader Course Warrior Leader Gourse Class 001-07 10 October 2006 - 09 November 2006 is hereby declared a Graduate ln witness thereof, and by authority vested in us We do award this Diploma Given at Fort Sill, Oklahoma the 9th day of November 2006 Attest: MAJOR GENERAI, U S. ArmY COMMANDANT CSM, U.S. ArmY COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR COMMANDANT, NCO ACADEMYFS Form 737. 20 Jan 69
    • Tort Slf[., Ofuf.a;hotrtz Bel,t Kttowtr Thq,t, FTtr Dnnief, E. Bwilett ag?-86-2217 hnv ing successf ulf,y corngf.et eil the yLuLT.tgLE LAlJ;Ntr {n:OtrKET SUS trRElOy1,Ey1,BEn Cfass 005-04 (Eourse Nutnber O 42-1 3F1.d O ) isherehy d,ecfqred, a 6rnilunte ^l,n wtrtra;ess ttrrrzreol , atrd bg nuthorltq vesleil trn us h)e do nwqrd,l,his Diplotnil 67ven nl Jort SIf[,, Oilf,zhotnn, on thi.s 1 6th ilng ol trecetnber,20O6 1?-Nov-05 |,hru 16-1!ec-05e74COLONEL, FIELD ARTILLERY COMMANDANT / ),*Qb q6toNet. FrELD ARTr LLERY COMMANDER,3OTH FIELD fir.,rro*T coMMANDANTARTILLERY REGIMENT(PROV)
    • - M"let Ftuten .Arm1 gpnt Wrutning er $urt Uuchrutt, $uut Ourulinu 1st Basic Combat Training Brigade This Certificate is Presented to PRIVATE FIRST CLASS DANIEL C. BARDEN COMPANY D, 3RD BATTALION, 51BTH INFANTRY REGIMENT for successful completion of Basic Combat Training GIVEN THIS 13TH DAY OF NOVEMBER 2OO3 ," tj i; i. ,l ./,r/T.C. ilL i r.*&f "t/ i .,f / . il tt rz ! ,t: , , i {r, r 4.,. ,s,",,. r. RANDEL CLARK ARTHUR L. SCOTT l CPT,IN LTC,IN Commanding CommandingFJ Form 8-11 Jul 88
    • Certificates of Training Self Paced Military (list format)
    • Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) Course Definitions 8 July 2011J3ST-US026-3-LB JSOTF Intelligence Course (Part 3) N,SThis module explores intelligence support to joint special operations from national level intelligence agenciesdown to the Joint Special Operations Task Force (JSOTF). 2 hour(s)J5ST-US608 JMSEL Course Level 1 IP,N,SThe purpose of this course is to demonstrate and teach the basic functions and procedures for using of the JointMaster Scenario Events List (JMSEL) Tool. New users who are not MSEL Managers will become familiarwith many of the functions commonly used during exercise planning and execution. 1.5 hour(s)J5ST-US609 JMSEL Course Level 2 IP,N,SThe purpose of this course is to demonstrate and teach the functions and procedures for using of the JointMaster Scenario Events List (JMSEL) Tool. New users and JMSEL Managers will learn how to perform themost common management functions using the JMSEL Tool throughout the Joint Exercise Life Cycle (JELC),to include Exercise Execution. 3 hour(s)NNC -CONR-1037-W-Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance (EOR)A 1 hour course that looks at different military ordnance, conventional explosive threats, defense actionsagainst explosive threats, and Improvised Explosive Threats.J3OP-US877 Mission Analysis (HOA 11) N,SThe purpose of this course is to train Individual Augmentees (IAs) assigned to the CJTF-HOA staff who wereunable to participate in the formal in-house training at JWFC as part of the core staff. The student will becomefamiliar with aspects of the Joint Operation Planning Process, specifically Mission Analysis. At the conclusionof the course, the student will understand that Mission Analysis translates strategic guidance into action,Commander’s input is critical to effective planning, and an effective design lays the foundation for effectiveplanning. The student will be able to understand and describe some of the critical steps in Mission Analysis,understand the role of design in the JOPP, and finally, understand how design facilitates effective planning.This course is derived from the US Joint Forces Command/Joint War fighting Center (JWFC) DeployableTraining Team academic training seminars presented to the incoming CJTF-HOA staff during the Academicsphase of the Mission Rehearsal Exercise, December 2010. 1 hour(s)J3OP-US717 Recognition of Combatants-Improvised Explosive Devices Course NThe purpose of this course is to help war fighters prevent IED-related incidents in both the Afghan and Iraqitheaters using actual footage from IED incidents and interviews with IED survivors. Students will learn how toobtain situational awareness in theater, cues for detecting IEDs, IED surveillance/emplacement activities, andhow to conduct successful counterinsurgency within the constraints of Afghan culture. 4 hour(s)J3OP-US252 Weapons of Mass Destruction in the 21st Century (WMD21) Course IP,N,SThe purpose of this course is to provide introductory Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosives (CBRNE) training to all DOD and other federal, state, or local personnel engaged in agencyWMD requirements. This is a newly developed course that has not yet been taught in any online format. At thecompletion of this course, the student will have a working knowledge of 1) CBRNE threats, weapons andeffects, and WMD defense doctrine 2) WMD hazard and vulnerability analyses of population andinfrastructure 3) Introduction to orders, statutes and directives pertaining to WMD response and consequencemanagement operations and to DoD WMD response assets, capabilities, time-lines, and limitations. 12 hour(s)NNC-JTFAK-1010-W Commanders Critical Information Requirements (CCIRs) Overview NThis 15 minute course provides an overview of the classification, development, and utilization of CCIRswithin the ALCOM region. CCIRs are a part of every operational update, and functions, resources or processesdirectly linked to CCIRs are given highest priority. Page 1 of 3
    • Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) Course Definitions 8 July 2011J3OP-US422 Department of Homeland Security IP,NThe purpose of this course is to educate employees of the Department of Homeland Security and otherdomestic and international partners on the Departments international security role and presence. This course isto be offered in conjunction with a number of other Interagency 101 courses designed to provide a baselineunderstanding of each organization. The student will become familiar with the structure, mission,responsibility, and organization of the Department of Homeland Security as they relate to internationalactivities. 1 hour(s)ARN-US501 CPOF Operators Introductory Course NThe purpose of this course is to introduce the Command Post of the Future (CPOF) workstation to new users.This course covers all of the basic functions of CPOF using highly interactive learning techniques. Users willdive into CPOF and have opportunities to sharpen their skills on a simulated CPOF environment. The courseconclusion consists of a motion graphics based scenario that will test the course objectives and provide realworld examples of the CPOF station at work.J3OP-MN900-04-04 Counter-IED (C-IED) Staff Procedures N,SThis course is part of a larger ISAF Curriculum. This lesson outlines the staff procedures that supportInternational Security Assistance Force’s (ISAF’s) Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) objectivesand the approach of attacking the IED network rather than focusing on the IED in isolation. The cross-functional approach will allow Time-Sensitive Targeting (TST) of vulnerabilities in the IED net-work and alsomaximize protection for ISAF personnel. 0.5 hour(s)J3OP-MN900-03-01 Counter-Insurgency Operations N,SThis course is part of a larger ISAF Curriculum. Counter-insurgency (COIN) is the cornerstone to the strategyin Afghanistan and it is essential that you understand COIN fundamentals prior to deployment. This lessonpresents the guidance provided by the Commander of ISAF (COMISAF) for the conduct of COIN operations.It is important to approach COIN from a mindset that operations are shaped by the political, human, physical,security, information, and economic factors of the operating environment. Under-standing the environment,protecting the people, and building relationships are necessary for successful COIN operations in defeating theinsurgency. 0.5 hour(s)J3OP-US124 Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Course N,SThis course is directed toward those officers selected to attend Joint Staff training and perform duties as JTF,Combatant, or Component Staff Planner. It is focused at the operational level of war but includes aspects oftactical UAS use. Aspects of Maritime Domain Awareness are not included in this version. 8 hour(s)J3OP-MN900-04-02 Counter-IED (C-IED) Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP) N,SThis course is part of a larger ISAF Curriculum. This lesson provides a brief understanding and covers theCounter-Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) that InternationalSecurity Assistance Force (ISAF) has developed in order to reduce the IED threat in Afghanistan. It providesinformation on IED indicators, the 5 and 20 meter drill, actions to take after an attack, and immediate responsedrills on IED discovery. The TTPs have been developed from operational experience and lessons learned, butmany are based on standard soldiering skills with adaptation for a counter-insurgency/IED environment. 1hour(s)SOCOM-US667 Pre-Deployment Intelligence Course NThe purpose of this course is to provide to meet the DoD annual requirement for pre deployment intelligencetraining. Page 2 of 3
    • Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) Course Definitions 8 July 2011J3ST-US810 Train the Force LOO N,SThe purpose of this course is to provide JIEDDO new employees with an overview of training the force line ofoperation (LOO) including JIEDDO mission, IED Defeat training support strategy, current training initiatives,agility to support training gap solutions, and JKnIFE. 1 hour(s)J3ST-US809 Defeat the Device LOO N,SThe purpose of this course is to provide JIEDDO new employees with an overview of Defeat the Device (DtD)including information on roles and responsibilities, functions, organization and personnel. 1 hour(s)J3ST-US808 Attack the Network LOO N,SThe purpose of this course is to provide JIEDDO new employees with an understanding of Attack the NetworkLine of Operation. 1 hour(s)J3ST-US807 JIEDDO Overview N,SThe purpose of this course is to provide JIEDDO new employees with an overview of JIEDDO. 0.5 hour(s)J3SN-MN174 Defense Against Terrorism - A Challenge for NATO and the International Community CourseIP,N,SThis course will provide an overview of the field of terrorism and its defense. Its aim is to offer a broadoverview. Students will learn more about: 1. Introduction to the History of Terrorism. 2. Terrorists - Who arethey? 3. How Terrorists work. 4. The threat of Terrorism. 5. Challenge of the new actors and the im-pact forNATO. 4 hour(s)J3OP-MN036 Defense Against Suicide Bombing Course IP,N,SThe Defense against Suicide Bombing course was planned to inform about the most acute and serious threat,suicide bombing. The course is developed in the Centre of Excellence - Defense against Terrorism (COE-DAT), Ankara/Turkey and is provided for the purpose of keeping NATO personnel informed about suicidebombing attacks. The opinions and the comments expressed in this course are those of lecturers and do notnecessarily reflect the official policy of COE-DAT, the Turkish General Staff of Republic of Turkey, orNATO. 25 hour(s)J3SN-MN039 Combating Trafficking in Human Beings Course IP,N,SThe purpose of this course is to introduce you to the widespread problem of trafficking in human beings(THB) and the possibility to combat that special field of organized crime. It also introduces you to the NATOPolicy on combating trafficking in human beings and the impact of THB on NATO-led operations. 2 hour(s)J3TA-US022 SERE 100.1 Level A Code of Conduct Training Course N,SThe purpose of this course is to provide DoD personnel the fundamental knowledge necessary to uphold thespirit and intent of the Code of Conduct and address the challenges of isolation, captivity, and recovery. Itprovides the essential Personnel Recovery and Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) knowledgenecessary for personnel to execute their responsibilities when isolated. The new SERE 100.1 blends the latestimmersive gaming technology and scenario-driven activities with instructional video and other multimedia thatfocuses the student to develop SERE knowledge and skills, and at times, places them under realistic duress.This course also has personal interviews with former Vietnam, Desert Storm, and Operation Iraqi FreedomPrisoners of War (POW), which assist putting the course in a ―yes; it can happen to me perspective. Studentswill be guided through the correct tactics, techniques, and procedures for outdoor survival and evasion,captivity resistance, captivity resolution through escape, and personnel recovery (PR). Ultimately, this courseprepares the military member to return with honor, regardless of the circumstances of isolation. 8 hour(s) Page 3 of 3
    • Certificates of Training Self PacedPersonal Development
    • Army@Leffiing.CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION DANIEL C. BARDEN UNITED STATES ARMY has successfully completed the Computer Based Training Program forBASC PRSNTATION SKILLS: DELIVERNG A PRSENTATN I Hours 09 Oct 1I Certificate presented by tr"^g-" Q.bc,,,.,{ -*a*y "rra - Project Director Distributed Learning System
    • Army@LeaEing.CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION DAI{IEL C. BARDEN UNITED STATES ARMY has successfully completed the Computer Based Training Program forBASIC PRESNTATION SKLLS: CREATING A PRSENTATN I Hours 09 Ocr Il Certificate presented by 6"^0." Q.bc^r,{ .,**y".Lr", - Project Director Distributed Learning System
    • Army@lLiffiing.CERTI FICATE OF COMPLETION DANIEL C. BARDEN UNITED STATES ARMY has successfully completed the Computer Based Training Program forBASIC PRESNTATION SKLLS: PLNNING A PRSNTATION I Hours 0BOctlI Certificate presented by Project Director Distributed Learning System
    • Army@Liffiing.CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION DAI{IEL C. BARDEIV UNITED STATES ARMY has successfully completed the Computer Based Training Program forCRITICAL THINKING ESSENTIALS : APPLYING CRITIC I Hours 07 Oct 1I Certificate presented by tr"^4." C,bc^k< -,**y "tr" - Project Director Distributed Learning System
    • Army@Leffing"CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION DANIEL C. BARDEI{ UNITED STATES ARMY . ",#iltH: :?+t;tru HtiJ*,",CNTCAL THNKNG ESSNTIALS WHT IS CRITCL THNKNG I Hours 29 Sep 11 Certificate presented by tr"^4." q,bar( Project Director Distributed Learning System
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    • DANIEL C. BARDEN 520 NE Cimarron Circle Lawton, OK 73507 Cell: 580-699-0164 mr.daniel.barden@gmail.comReferencesRoderick HerronIntelligence OfficerLieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army318-432-6250Roderick.herron@us.army.mil (deployed contact info)Jared KiteIntelligence OfficerCaptain, U.S. Army910-273-7132Kenneth WebbBrigade Targeting OfficerChief Warrant Officer Four, U.S. Army513-410-3083Carlos RubertCompany First SergeantFirst Sergeant, U.S. Army315-489-4151Dan HarterPolice OfficerLawton Oklahoma580-704-9518Frank KlozotskySergeant, U.S. Army (ret)920-883-9207