Belle Vernon, PA

Position Desired

Safety Engineering
Anywhere in the U.S.


Troy M. Robertson


Experienced team leader with demonstrated ability to assess organizational needs, establish strategic direction and implement initiatives that enhance performance. Skills gained from positions of increasing responsibility as an intelligence analyst, including high-pressure overseas assignments at Forward Operating Base Falcon and Camp Liberty during two deployments to support Operation Iraqi Freedom.

• Computer skills include Microsoft Office and various data management platforms
• Extensive experience with strategic management of resources and personnel
• Ability to adapt to changing circumstances and accept evolving responsibilities


Infantry Platoon Leader 2011 – Present
1-110 Infantry Battalion Waynesburg, PA
U.S. Army National Guard

• Direct, train and lead infantry units in ground combat operations
• Supervise location, construction and concealment of infantry positions and equipment
• Establish and command field communication operations
• Coordinate with armor, artillery and air support units
• Perform strategic and tactical planning, including battle plan development
• Responsible for training, accountability, health, welfare, mentoring and discipline of 35-member infantry rifle platoon
• Ensure platoon’s readiness to deploy anywhere in the state within 24 hours
• Maintain and account for platoon weapons and equipment valued in excess of $500,000
• Supervise and serve as the principal commissioned officer in platoon
• Assist company executive officer as needed

Battalion Intelligence Senior Analyst 2007 – 2009
1-22 Infantry Battalion Baghdad, Iraq
U.S. Army Fort Hood, TX

• Responsible for collection and asset management of battalion intelligence
• Developed standard operating procedures and implemented unit protocols for managing intelligence assets to produce timely and accurate data for ground commanders
• Coordinated intelligence collection efforts with adjoining units and task forces operating in and around area of operations
• Responsible for processing and validating security clearances for 900-member battalion
• Provided protection and accountability for all classified material
• Served as first-line leader in all matters of health, welfare and training of four military intelligence soldiers
• Executed section training in preparation for intelligence operations

Battalion Lethal Targeting Non-Commissioned Officer 2007 – 2009
1-22 Infantry Battalion Baghdad, Iraq
U.S. Army Fort Hood, TX

• Functioned as battalion lethal targeting officer to provide actionable targets
• Responsible for collection, fusion and dissemination of HUMINT and SIGINT intelligence
• Provided direction to intelligence analysts on maintaining files and intelligence graphics

Battalion Intelligence Analyst 2005 – 2006
1-22 Infantry Battal...

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