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Rolf M Ludvigsen, Mba

  1. 1. Rolf M. Ludvigsen, MBA 2771 Edwin Dr. Beavercreek, Ohio, 45434 Mobile: 937.360.6219 Email: RMLMBA@Gmail.com WORK NASIC/SRA International 11/2007 - Present EXPERIENCE Dayton Ohio US Salary: $88,500.00 USD Senior Chinese Counterspace C4i Analyst Perform analysis of counterspace intelligence data in support of new counterspace line of service. Updated Counterspace Command and Control (C2) intelligence for the 2009 Annual Intelligence Review for Congress (Sep 2009). Recognized for analysis that was requested by the Chief Scientist for the Secretary of the Air Force (Sep 2009). Conceived multiple products generated and distributed to STRATCOM and General William T. Lord, Commander, Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana (then responsible for establishing cyberspace as a domain). Perform technical analysis on the threat capabilities, performances, and operational developmental foreign counterspace systems. Expertise in operational intelligence, space object surveillance indication applications, counterspace command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence systems and subsystems. Currently contribute to multiple intelligence assessments and authored assessments in a dynamic information operations decision environment (DIODE), tailored reports, briefings, multiple electronic databases for quick reaction tasks. Authored and co-authored multiple defense intelligence reference document based on systems and processes that threaten US PACOM, CENTCOM, EUCOM, SOUTHCOM, and NORTHCOM basing. Provide senior level intelligence expertise to ensure programs and analytical assessments to the counterspace mission are effectively accomplished and integrated into the overall production program. Work on site with clients since 2005 capturing key opportunities, righting proposals, teaming for multi-year proposals, proposal creation and management, gaining several contracts with a 90% business win rate. Business Owner, Worlsource LLC, 10/2001- Present Dayton Ohio US $500 USD HR International Business Development Contractor Develop and maintain finance cliental addressing issues related to assets allocation across multiple business categories. Analysis in inventory, financial solvency, capital equipment, and business intelligence pose the
  2. 2. majority of the analysis. The primary goal of my business is to create measurable economic value for clients. NASIC/GTCC, SRA International 4/2005 - 11/2007 Dayton Ohio $83,000 USD Multi-Country Command and Control Intelligence Subject Matter Expert (SME) Contractually hired to support Senior Staff members in counterspace exploitation management. SME on foreign space command and control systems to include control centers, tracking stations, filter centers, and offensive air space processes. Proven long-range ballistic missile, aerospace, and offensive air command and control analysis. Experience with joint intelligence exchanges to include joint offensive and defensive operations. Partnered with national level intelligence agencies to support multiple operations at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center. Integrated style has allowed client to gain multiple win-win solutions. Ohio Air National Guard 2/1993 - 6/2006 Columbus Ohio US $76,000 USD Antiterrorism/Intelligence Operations Officer Officer in charge (OIC) of antiterrorism/intelligence operations in and out of the United States. Member of the Ohio Joint Terrorism Task Force in Columbus. Evaluated electronic, missile, air, and ground orders of battle, and high-energy weapon systems used for electronic jamming. Conducted mission planning, built ingress and egress routes into high surface-to-air fire threat areas during times of combat on mission planning software. Created a dynamic and operationally effective installation antiterrorism security plan receiving a grade of excellent on a headquarters level 2004 Operational Readiness Inspection. United States Air Force, ANG 3/1986 - 6/2006 Columbus Ohio US $70,000 USD Intelligence Officer, Aeronautical Operations Honorably served 20 years in the military. Career included 4 years of active duty (1986 to 1990) in aerospace maintenance and 16 years of service in a reserve capacity (1990 to 2006) in varying maintenance and intelligence capacities. Honorable discharge as an O-3E in 2006.
  3. 3. Air Force Materiel Command 9/2004 - 3/2005 Dayton Ohio US $70,000.00 USD Executive Officer (XO) – HQ Acquisitions Intelligence Directorate Selectively chosen as Operations Officer for a 30-person directorate at HQ AFMC. Coordinated the activity and work output of mid and senior level Air Force personnel managing, directing and monitoring intelligence operations at 14 AFMC locations. Tracked and ensured the completion of 35 command tasks per week. Lead development of a new suspense tracking system that vastly improves on-time responses; moved from bottom to top of six offices meeting tasking schedules and time lines. Continental United States North 11/2003 - 4/2004 American Aerospace Defense Command Region (CONR) Panama City Florida US $70,000.00 USD US Air Operation Center / Watch Intelligence Officer Requested by the 1st Air Force Air Operations Center (AOC) to manage actionable intelligence directly pertaining to threats against the NORTHCOM area of responsibility. As the AOC intelligence operational officer, built and provided the Battle Commander with a comprehensive intelligence battle space picture to support real world, real-time defense decisions based on fused classified reporting. Researched, analyzed, and fused information from the Office of Special Investigation (OSI), FBI, CIA, Secret Service, Department of Homeland Security, Transportation and Security Administration (TSA), FAA and Law Enforcement Officials (LEO) to support tactical air decisions made from the Joint Functional Commander. 916th Expeditionary Air Refueling 3/2003 - 6/2003 Squadron Bahrain $65,000.00 USD Intelligence Operations Officer, Iraqi Conflict Prior to initial conflict, generated Air Wings intelligence preparation for the battlefield. Lead air refueling, cargo, search and rescue, air evacuation, and troop placement missions into live fire areas in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Served as the installation Anti-Terrorism Officer to determine security protocol as events changed. Analyzed
  4. 4. raw threat information, created briefings, and briefed 876 air crews flying into known surface-to-air fire zones. Intelligence briefings supported 1,304 successful sorties constituting 20% of all in-theater- refueling operations over Iraq and Afghanistan. Overall, 5,491 missions were completed resulting in 100% mission success. AWARDS & RECOGNITION 1. Recognized for analysis requested by the Chief Scientist for the Secretary of the Air Force, Pentagon, CY 2009 2. Recognized for “Groundbreaking analysis” from Senor level National Intelligence Manager, Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington, CY 2008 3. C4ISR Analysis and Operational Award, CY 2007 4. NASIC Commanders Recognition for service during an international crisis, CY 2006 5. Intelligence Officer of the Year, AMC HQ level, CY 2003-04 6. Operational C2 intelligence forecasts while on a Forward Order of Battle (FOB) during the kickoff till Iraq was secure, Operation IRAQI FREEDOM, ENDURRING FREEDOM unique capability in exploitation. Several military decorations awarded, CY 2003 EDUCATION Master of Business Administration, MBA Franklin University Columbus, Ohio US Master's Degree - 12/2000 ~60 Trimester GPA: 3.91 out of 4.0 Honors: Summa cum laude International Business Marketing, BS Franklin University Columbus, Ohio US Bachelor's Degree - 10/1997 ~138 Trimester Aeronautical Systems and Technologies Community College of the Air Force Mesa, Arizona US Associate Degree - 2/1990 ~65 Semester Hours Federal A&P License Training Federal Aviation Administration Academy Mesa, Arizona US Professional - 3/1989 FAA Type 65 Aircraft Systems Certificate Training Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Mesa, Arizona US Professional - 10/1988
  5. 5. JOB * COMPUTER SECURITY ANALYSIS, 03/2009 RELATED * NATIONAL SPACE ASSET DEFENSE, 05/2009 TRAINING * POINT ANGLE ANALYSIS, 08/2008 * ISO 9001, 2, & 3 TRAINING, 08/2008 * INFORMATION IN WARFARE IW-100, COLLEGE OF AEROSPACE, RESEARCH, DOCTRINE, AND EDUCATION, 05/2008 * JADE TRAINING, 02/2008 * SPACE / COUNTER SPACE TRAINING, 07/2007 * NSA PROFORMA ANALYSIS FOR CLASS MONITOR, 05/2006 *ARKGIS/GOGGLE EARTH, 01/2005 * AIR DEFENSE COMMAND AND CONTROL TIMING TRAINING, 10/2004 * FOREIGN DATA ANALYSIS, 07/2004 * HTML / AIPSS / DIODE TRAINING, 05/2004 * AIR OPERATIONS CENTER TRAINING - US BATTLE CAB OFFICER, 11/2003 * LEVEL II ANTI TERRORISM TRAINING, 09/2003 * HIGH RISK OF CAPTURE (HRC) TRAINING, 02/2003 * TERRORISM ATTACK RECONSTITUTION TRAINING, 11/2002 * JOINT TERRORISM TASK FORCE MEMBER- COLUMBUS, OHIO, 09/2002 * FALCON VIEW/C2PC/JMI, 07/2002 * MIDDLE EAST ANTI TERRORISM COURSE, 4/2002 * 14N, INTELLIGENCE OFFICER TRAINING COURSE, 08/2001 * WEB CODING, 01/2000 * STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 10/1999 * SENIOR MANAGEMENT QUALITY MANAGEMENT, 05/1998 * TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT TRAINING, 1/1998 * FORWARD OB ANALYSIS, 03/2003 * AIR SYSTEMS / POWER PLANT OPERATIONAL COURSE - ENGINE RUN QUALIFICATION, 1988 * FAA LICENSE TRAINING - LICENSE PROCURED, 1989 * FLIGHT LINE OPERATIONS – USAF, 1986-1990
  6. 6. AFFILIATIONS Retired Officer Air Force / Air Operations Officer Beavercreek High The Science Olympiad is an international School nonprofit PROFESSIONAL Classified publications and assistance on publications can be found PUBLICATIONS on Intellipedia under Rolf Ludvigsen Command and control systems analysis can be found in the NASIC C2 Handbook Additional analysis can be found in AFTTP 3-1

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