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DATES

DUTY

PERSONNEL

SUPERVISED

31May60 to 24Aug60

Recruit Training

0

25Aug60 to 23Sep60

Individual Combat Training

0

24Sep60 to 7May61

Administrative Clerk (See Note 1)

0

8May61 to 8Ju161

Student Administrative School

0

9Jun61 to lJu161

Administrative Clerk (See Note 1)

0

2Ju161 to 13Aug61

Personnel Clerk (See Note 2)

0

14Aug61 to 30Aug61

Unit Diary Clerk (See Note 3)

0

1Sep61 to 7Apr62

Unit Diary Clerk (See Note 3)                 Personnel Clerk (See Note 2)

0

8Apr62 to 30Ju162

Personnel Clerk (See Note 2)

0

31Ju162 to 30Aug62

Unit Diary Clerk (See Note 3)                 Personnel Clerk (See Note 2)  

0

31Aug62 to 9Sep62

Administrative Chief (See Note 4)

5

10Sep62 to 250ct62

Unit Diary Clerk (See Note 3)                 Personnel Clerk (See Note 2)

0

260ct62 to 5Nov62

Administrative Chief (See Note 4)

5

6Nov62 to 15Nov62

Administrative Clerk (See Note 1)

0

16Nov62 to19Feb63

Student Marine Security Guard School

0

20Feb63 to 1Nov65

Administrative Clerk (See Note 1)

0

2Nov65 to 15Dec65

Personnel Clerk (See Note 2)

0

16Dec65 to 1lNov68

Administrative Chief (See Note 4)

9

12Nov68 to16Feb70

Administrative Officer (See Note 6)

12

17Feb70 to19May70

Executive Officer (See Note 5)

700

20May70 to 2Ju173

Administrative Officer (See Note 6)           Adjutant (See Note 7)

12

3Jul73 to lJu175

Commanding Officer (See Note 8)             Adjutant (See Note 7)

100

2Ju175 to 3Feb77

Student College Degree Program -           Chapman University, Orange, California

0

4Feb77 to lOct78

Administrative Officer (See Note 6)

12

20ct78 to 31May80

Administrative Officer (See Note 6)

36

1Jun80 to 3lAug80

Manager (See Note 9)                          Racquetball USA

10

1Sep80 to 30Nov81

Director (See Note 10)                         Racquetball USA

10

1Dec81 to 28Feb81

Salesman (Note 11)                                      Pacific Computer Marketing, Inc.

0

lMar81 Ė31Dec85

Vice President (Note 12)                              Pacific Computer Marketing, Inc.

18

1Jan86 to Present

President and Owner (Note 13)                         De La Corporation

13

 Note 1:

Administrative Clerk - Typed correspondence, reports, and records from rough draft, assembled correspondence enclosures in proper sequence, prepared stencils, mats, and other sheets for maintained publications and files, drafted correspondence and routine administrative, travel, and assignment orders, sorted, routed, and distributed official mail and guard mail, requisitioned and controlled the issue of office supplies and the operation of office machines.

 Note 2:

Personnel Clerk - Prepared personnel forms such as identification cards, fitness reports, discharge and reenlistment contracts, and certificates and warrants by securing data from records or by interview with individuals. Maintained officer qualification and enlisted service records book including computing leave, time lost, and composite scores.

 Note 3:

Unit Diary Clerk - Prepared, maintained, and audited records and reports used in the Manpower Management System. Maintained unit diary and unit transaction registers, filed and compiled and analyzed statistical reports. Prepared and typed the unit diary.

Note 4:

Personnel/Administrative Chief - Directed and controlled all administrative duties of a headquarters. Established and supervised administrative procedures and the work flow of several sections.

Note 5:

Executive Officer - Directed tactical employment of an infantry unit in combat and tactical exercises. Evaluated intelligence, made estimates of the situation and formulated and executed plans of action. Responsible for the coordinated the employment of unit with other combat and combat support units, directing the establishment and maintenance of communications, the locations and construction of infantry positions and ground obstacles, and the camouflaging of positions and equipment and directly responsible for the requisitioning and distribution of personnel weapons and equipment, ammunition, supplies and preventive maintenance and authorized repairs to weapons and equipment.

Note 6:

Administrative Officer - Supervised and coordinated Manpower Management/Informationís Systems, to include reviewing and auditing the unit diary. Audited visual audit sheets and personnel record audit/coding forms. Responsible for the analyzing of the unit transaction register and statistical transaction analysis reports for verification and accuracy. Verified and approved DD 114 forms. Audited and authenticated Officer Qualification Records and Service Record Books. Calculated individualís time lost, leave, and pay entry base date. Supervised and coordinated the preparation and maintenance of routine and personnel administrative records, reports, correspondence, ID cards, routine orders and travel orders. Drafted and published unit special orders. Processed and approved leave requests/extension. Computed composite scores; solicited and screened promotion recommendations; and supervised the preparation of promotion warrants or appointments. Responsible for ensuring the proper preparation and maintenance of unit punishment sheets for violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and inspection of the unit mailroom. Responsible for the briefing of the commander on the status of the Manpower Management System concerning the unit diary, unit transaction register, and the statistical transaction analysis report. Reviewed and authenticated allotment requests. Reviewed and drafted directives. Responsible for the screening of personnel for the eligibility of COMRATS and PROPAY, maintained status boards and charts, supervised the dissemination of information pertaining to the rights, benefits, and privileges accrued as a member of the Armed Forces. Advised personnel on educational opportunities and administered classification tests.

Note 7:

Adjutant - Planned and supervised the procurement, classification, assignment, transfer, and replacement of the unitís personnel assets. Supervised the flow of paperwork to ensure the correct staffing of all documents, routing of messages and monitors those requiring action. Drafted and reviewed directives and organizational manning documents. Coordinated personnel matters with other commands. Responsible for the projecting of personnel losses and requirements, conducted staff inspections to ascertain the effectiveness of personnel administration; monitored actions taken to correct inspection discrepancies; and established and maintained a reports control system. Coordinated and arranged boards, meetings, and conferences. Prepared duty rosters, read boards/folders, and welcome aboard letters/packages. Drafted standard operating procedures for the command and wrote special awards like meritorious masts. Prepared briefs, point papers, and staff studies. Performed duties as the Adjutant in parades and ceremonies, and monitored casualty reporting.

Note 8:

Commanding Officer - Directed the physical security of a Naval Communications Site. Evaluated intelligence, made estimates of the situation and formulated and executed plans of action. Responsible for the direct establishment and maintenance of communications, the requisitioning and distribution of personnel, weapons, equipment, ammunition, and supplies, and directed preventive maintenance and authorized repairs to weapons and equipment.

Note 9:

Manager: Responsible for administrative planning, organization and supervision of the entire racquetball club operation and exercised professional judgment with considerable latitude for independent action and initiative in the formulation, promotion and guidance of a comprehensive program at the club.

Note: 10

Director: Responsible for the direction of a comprehensive program and the administration of the indoor Racquetball/Handball facilities. These duties included total operation of the club, administering a diversified program suited for the needs of the members, overseeing the maintenance of the facility, maintained and submitted to the General Partner accurate financial, personnel, and program services records.

Note: 11

Salesman: Responsible for buying, selling, and leasing new/used IBM Computers and Peripherals. Responsible for acquiring leads through cold calls, repeat business and word of mouth. Established and maintained a customer base control system. The job included meeting with potential customers for the purpose of purchasing, selling or leasing of computer equipment. Calculated lease payment, terms, and residuals values tailored to meet the customer's needs and profitability of PCM, Inc. Established procedures to ensure that all transactions with customers were properly finalized. Maintained customers recall system and an inventory control point. Responsible for making decisions concerning what price to Buy/Sell IBM Computer Equipment and establishing procedures to coordinate all logistics involving upgrades, downgrades, and shipping and receiving of equipment.

Note 12:

Vice President: Responsible for the work of the administration, accounting, and the West Coast sales force staff, performed the necessary duties of running PCM Inc, setting its objectives and seeing that those objectives were met. Designed an individually tailored financial information system and implemented its operation. Responsible for collecting and interpreting cost data. Prepared budget plans of financial operations for future periods. Responsible for provided tax accounting to include planned business operation in order to minimize the impact of taxes, and. provided management accounting utilizing cost accounting and budgeting to formulate both short and long range plans. Calculated lease payments, terms, and residuals valves for all lease transactions on the West Coast. Maintained a close relationship with lease funding sources and responsible for maintaining and acquiring new sources to place debt.

Note 13:

President Ė Responsible for the daily operations and financial condition of De La Corporation.

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