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William Fredrick Bagby Falcon, CO 80831 Mobile: (719)330-9708 Evening Phone: (719)434-2794 Email: email@example.com Highly motivated and creative Technical Manager/Leader with an active TS clearance and a background in contract estimation, proposal and execution. Experienced from both customer side as retired military officer and contractor side as Deputy Project Manager. Noted accomplishments; as Capture Manager, Subcontracts Lead, and Risk Management facilitated and managed a dynamic, cutting edge space environment software development team. Works well independently or as a member of a dedicated team to successfully meet set goals and objectives, often going above and beyond what is required. Demonstrated ability to gather and effectively translate highly technical information into user-friendly documents and artifacts. Possess exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, with the proven ability to work effectively with all levels of staff, associates, management, and customers. Quick to learn and apply new skills to enhance existing work processes. WORK EXPERIENCE: Northrop Grumman Information Systems 11/2008 – Present SWAFS Deputy Project Manager and Technical Director Deputy Project Manager/Technical Director; primary backup for Project manager, coordinate and direct technical aspects of SWAFS, describe and interpret space weather phenomenon and models related to space weather behavior to the engineering team, user community, and system stakeholders. Support the SWAFS Chief Scientist and contribute to the SWAFS use case document, requirements specifications, test plans, and white papers (as required). Generate and present selected portions of engineering studies to customers and stakeholders. 2nd Weather Squadron, Air Force Weather Agency 8/2006 – 11/2008 Flight Commander , USAF Led space weather operations team providing 24/7 space environment decision assistance to NORAD, DoD, USSTRATCOM, AFSPC, and other government agencies, including multiple special access programs and the multi-billion dollar intelligence community (IC). Coordinated with NOAA’s Space Environment Center on latest solar forecasting techniques and transition into operations. In charge of operations issues and post-event anomaly assessments for AWACS, Global Positioning System, Defense Satellite Communications System, High Frequency radio users, and other C4ISR systems. Learmonth Solar Observatory 6/2004 - 7/2006 Detachment Commander , USAF Commanded a 7-person geographically separated solar observatory in remote western Australia. Managed combined USAF/Australian operations providing time-critical solar activity warnings to DoD, federal, and Australian centers. Directed collection, analysis and reporting of space environmental data supporting worldwide operations, DoD communications and surveillance, missile warning, manned spaceflight, and the national intelligence community. Responsible for all operations and maintenance of $8M optical/radio solar telescopes and digital ionospheric sounder. Directly responsible for military family housing community. Managed annual budget of $500K. 21st Operations Support Squadron 4/2001 - 6/2004 Weather Flight Commander Led a 14-person Combat Weather Team (CWT), supervised 1 officer, 1 senior NCO, and 2 civilians. Ensured resource protection for Peterson AFB—manages execution forecasts to tenant and transient aircrews. Directed support for NORAD, injected weather intelligence to strategic missile warning threat assessments. Refined 21st Space Wing Geographically Separated Units' weather requirements, implements new procedures into operations. Served as the space and terrestrial environmental expert for the 21st Space Wing and 21st Operations Group. EDUCATION: Bellevue University Bellevue, Nebraska US 12 Semester Hours Graduate College Coursework Completed - 5/2008 Major: MBA GPA: 3.4 out of 4.0 Management and business courses Air Force Institute of Technology Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio US Master's Degree - 3/2001 36 Semester Hours Major: Applied Physics, Space Environment GPA: 3.44 out of 4.0 University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah US Bachelor's Degree - 6/1996 122 Semester Hours Major: Meteorology, Minor: Mathematics GPA: 3.78 out of 4.0 Honors: magna cum laude REFERENCES: Herbert L. Keyser; Lt Col, USAF NORAD and USNORTHCOM Senior METOC Officer Peterson AFB, CO 80914 (719)556-8310; DSN 834-8310 Herbert.Keyser@northcom.mil Bryan Davis, DAFC Forecast Management Team HQ AFWA / A8F; Offutt AFB, NE (402)294-9680; DSN 271-9680 Bryan.Davis@offutt.af.mil Jeffrey L . Carson, YD-03, USAF Chief, Air and Space Weather Branch and HQ AFSPC Weather Functional Manager HQ AFSPC/A3FW Peterson AFB, CO 80914-4205 (719) 554-2483; DSN 692-2483 firstname.lastname@example.org
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