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Intelligence Specialist Resume

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Intelligence Specialist Resume

  1. 1. JENNIFER S. NG 18 Lisa Rd, Randolph, MA 02368 702.544.0001 (Cell) jsng00@gmail.com SUMMARY Mid-level intelligence analyst with active TS/SCI SSBI. 7+ years of experience analyzing intelligence from multi-disciplines, serving as subject matter expert on specific regions based on their military/political capabilities, and evaluating adversary courses of action. Professional briefer comfortable presenting to all levels of DoD/US Government employees while ensuring compliance with federal and intelligence standards and regulations. Specialized expertise in analysis and production of long-term and time-sensitive intelligence reports responsive to the specific needs of customers. Prior military with regional expertise in East Asia, Southeast Asia, and South America political and military issues (including extensive regional travel). Works well with cross-functional/cross-departmental teams, as well as public and co-workers at all levels for mission success. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2007-2014 UNITED STATES AIR FORCE – Captain, Intelligence Officer Chief of Analysis ACF, 612 Air Operation Center (AOC), Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, Dec 2012 – Present Directs 15-person team in conducting intelligence activities supporting Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) assets across 31-countries. Promotes cross-cultural relations with Foreign Officers and 5 Department of Defense entities. Provides 20 hours of required Combat Mission Readiness training to 300+ AOC personnel.  Developed new intelligence training objectives and achieved buy-in from senior leaders; implemented first changes in 6-years; new structure increased training efficiency by 56% to create proficient and certified analysts.  Produced and presented 200+ intelligence products associated with analyzing adversarial strategy and doctrine, regional relations, and security issues to policymakers and key leaders. Flight Commander, Instructor, 24 Training Squadron, Maxwell AFB, AL, Sep 2011 – Nov 2012 Planned, coordinated and implemented 116+ hours of field leadership activities for 7 classes, totaling 427 training days per annum. Oversaw initial training for 600+ officer trainees (OT) through 716 syllabus hours annually.  Commanded, instructed, evaluated, and monitors all student-training phases to determines aptitude for commissioned service; Commissioned 158 new Air Force Officers.  Assisted with planning, scheduling, and supporting logistical preparations for 60 on-site and off-site training activities and served as the overall point of contact for all intelligence training, exercise, and operations-related questions. Chief of Inte lligence Analysis, 18th Operations Group, Kadena AB, Japan, Sep 2010 – Aug 2011 Led 12-person team in intelligence support for 6,000-person Combat Air Force Wing and 5 aircraft systems to enable full-spectrum operations in 3 geographic areas.  Managed 1,000+ hours of surveillance, generating 80 Japanese Air Self Defense Force scramble reports, resolved conflicts and presented clear/concise findings to 5th Air Force and joint units.  Handpicked as Intelligence Leader for Pacfic Command’s largest bilateral exercise; supported 27 units, 10,000 joint positions, and commended in writing by 13 AF Commander for “superior performance”.  Rated #2/16 combat Battalion Support Team Officer In Charges-United States Division-Central; #1/5 CGO. Executive Officer, 18th Operations Group, Kadena AB, Japan, Aug 2009 – Sep 2010
  2. 2. Chief of Staff to commander of 240-person organization and 20-person staff. Managed operations of 6 divisions across 3 time zones, 15 programs with 100% compliance rating, and 200+ projects meeting 99% Jennifer Ng Résumé / Page 2 of deadlines. Deployed to Iraq for total of 8 months – led 7-person team across central Baghdad as lead intelligence officer for Document and Media Exploitation (DOMEX) support to the US Army.  Developed technique and procedure to link exploited materials to terrorists for judicial proceedings; streamlined initial reporting templates by 65% to enable quick-turn analysis supporting time critical operations; processes implemented across US Division Iraq.  Exploited 51,400+ captured enemy materials from 593 suspected persons; drove 227 counter intelligence and force protection interrogations; Rated #1/10 Company Grade Officers (CGO). Chief of Intelligence, 909th Air Refueling Squadron, Kadena AB, Japan, Aug 2008 – Aug 2009 Planed and directed intelligence support for 2 flying squadrons and 230 aircrew during peacetime and contingency operations. Directed threat analysis, training, personnel recovery management, force protection, and security program.  Led intelligence-gathering efforts during 2009 North Korea missile crisis; supported no-notice 24/7 operations with results briefed to the US President; exceeded benchmark timelines by 50% to successfully execute follow-on mission; formally recognized and “coined” by Operations Group Commander.  Revamped squadron aircrew training policy and increased completion rate by 16%; lauded as “good practice” by PACAF/IG. EDUCATION & TRAINING AMERICAN MILITARY UNIVERSITY, Charles Town, West Virginia Master of Arts, Intelligence Studies, GPA 3.8, 2014 U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colorado Springs, Colorado Bachelor of Science, Foreign Area Studies, GPA 3.0, 2007 ~ minor in Japanese Selected Military Training: Intelligence Officer Course; Air and Space Basic Course; F-15 Intelligence Formal Training Unit; Unit Security Manager Program; Antiterrorism Level II Course; Document Exploitation Training; Joint Expeditionary Tasking Combat Skills Training; Squadron Officer School; Officer Training School Academic Instructor Course Computer Skills: MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access), FalconView, Analyst’s Notebook, DCO, Google Earth, HOTR, M3, Cornerstone, Gemini, Coliseum, MISREP Automated Tool, Imagery Exploitation Support System, Query Tree, NIPR, SIPR, JWICS Selected Awards: Air Force Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, AF Outstanding Unit Award, National Defense Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, AF Overseas Ribbon, Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon, AF Longevity Ribbon MILITARY May 2007-Nov 2012: Captain (O-3), US Air Force, Honorable Discharge (30 November 2012) Dec 2012-Present: Captain (O-3), US Air Force Reserve LANGUAGE Japanese: Spoken- Intermediate, Written- Beginner, Reading- Beginner Spanish: Spoken- Beginner, Written- Intermediate, Reading- Intermediate

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