Tina Kirkpatrick

Transportation Management Officer at 835th U.S. Army Transportation Battalion

Location
US Military Posts in the Pacific
Industry
Military

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Tina Kirkpatrick's Overview

Current
  • Transportation Management Officer at 835th U.S. Army Transportation Battalion
Past
  • Transportation Officer at U.S. Army Reserve
  • Assistant Operations Officer at 1394th Deployment Support Brigade
  • Company Commander at 556th Maintenance Company
  • Brigade S4 at 18th Military Police Brigade
Education
  • New Mexico State University
  • New Mexico Military Institute
Connections

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Tina Kirkpatrick's Experience

Transportation Management Officer

835th U.S. Army Transportation Battalion

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Military industry

April 2011Present (3 years 6 months) Okinawa, Japan

• Responsible for monitoring the deployment and re-deployment process for all forces equipment positioned on Okinawa.
• Analyzed equipment requirements and augmentation for military operations utilizing operational specific programs and presented recommendations to the chain of command for actions and events.
• Responsible and accountable for the coordinated management of multiple related projects directed toward mission accomplishment and other organizational objectives to include all VIP visits for host nation personnel.
• Build credibility, establish rapport, and maintain communication with United States Marine Corps, United States Air Force, and Japanese Army at multiple levels, including external organizations.
• Direct the coordination of all implementation tasks involved in mission accomplishment including third party clients.
• Produced project status reports, managed 20 employees and resolved day-to-day issues with emphasis on mentoring and mission accomplishment.
• Coordinate and oversee implementation of sea lift and ground transportation logistics policies, plans, objectives, and operations.
• Review contractor purchase documents to assure technical, inspection requirements are properly flowed to the stevedore and ground transportation subcontractors.
• Provide technical leadership by identifying and reviewing key components of the contractor's supply chain management and control systems.
• Research, develop, and exercise principles, theories, and concepts of logistical contingency planning for Army, United States Marine Corps, and Air Force personnel and equipment located on Okinawa, Japan.
• Responsible for planning, implementing, resourcing, and executing joint host nation events.
• Coach, Mentor, and lead military and civilian personnel within a technical team environment.

Transportation Officer

U.S. Army Reserve

Government Agency; 1001-5000 employees; Military industry

February 2007April 2011 (4 years 3 months) Camp Pendleton, California

• Responsible for monitoring the pre-deployment, deployment, and re-deployment process and programs for 100 employees.
• Analyzed personnel and equipment requirements and augmentation for military operations utilizing operational specific programs and presented recommendations to the chain of command for actions and events.
• Responsible for planning, coordinating and briefing status reports for all training plans and events, future operations, inspections, and unit readiness.
• Utilized ITRRS, ATRRS, USARC Unit Training System, and unit metric’s to collect, analyze, disseminate, and make recommendations for improvements and actions.
• Responsible for training, tracking, and advising the organization on safety.
• Responsible and accountable for the coordinated management of multiple related projects directed toward mission accomplishment and other organizational objectives.
• Define and initiate projects, and assign Project Managers to manage cost, schedule, and performance of component projects, while working to ensure the ultimate success and acceptance of the program.
• Direct the coordination of all implementation tasks involved in mission accomplishment including third party clients.
• Maintain continuous alignment of program scope with mission objectives, and make recommendations to modify the program to enhance effectiveness toward the business result or strategic intent.
• Write and implement training guidance policies, plans, goals, and objectives.
• Review and implement incoming regulations and directives relating to supply and training programs, functions, and procedures.
• Responsible for researching, resourcing, planning, tracking, and coordinating course of action brief the transformation of twenty-three down trace units.
• Plan, coordinate, and track unit equipment during deployment and redeployment.
• Coach, mentor, and lead over 100 military and civilian personnel within a technical team environment.

Assistant Operations Officer

1394th Deployment Support Brigade

December 2005February 2007 (1 year 3 months) Kuwait Naval Base, Kuwait

• Responsible for monitoring the current deployment status, and re-deployment process and programs for 100 employees located in Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
• Analyzed personnel and equipment requirements and augmentation for military operations utilizing operational specific programs and presented recommendations to the chain of command for actions and events.
• Responsible for planning, coordinating and briefing status reports for all re-deployment support requirements, inter-theater movements for eight deployment support teams geographically dispersed (Kuwait, Iraq, and Afghanistan), current and upcoming leaves request, and personnel readiness.
• Establish liaison and communications with units dispersed throughout Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan involved in the redeployment process.
• Assist in planning, allocating, resourcing, and executing re-deployment support teams to units requiring redeployment support.
• Responsible and accountable for the coordinated management of multiple related projects directed toward mission accomplishment and other organizational objectives.
• Direct the coordination of all implementation tasks involved in mission accomplishment including third party clients.
• Maintain continuous alignment of program scope with mission objectives, and make recommendations to modify the program to enhance effectiveness toward the business result or strategic intent.
• Produced project status reports, managed the team and resolved day-to-day issues with emphasis on mentoring and mission accomplishment.
• Maintained 28 hand receipts consisting of over 800 rounds of ammunition.
• Planned, established, and executed redeployment operation support for 500 pieces of equipment, 200 containers as Team Chief with four personnel in Afghanistan.
• Planned, tracked, and coordinated all redeployment support for over 1000 pieces of equipment processing out of Kuwait.
• Coach, mentor, and lead personnel within the organization.

Company Commander

556th Maintenance Company

May 2004November 2005 (1 year 7 months) Fort Huachuca, Arizona

• Directly responsible for monitoring the pre-deployment, deployment, and re-deployment process and programs, health, welfare, safety, training, mentorship, and combat readiness of 180 employees.
• Directly accountable and signed for $29 million worth of assigned equipment.
• Responsible for planning, managing, and implementing unit training guidance to support the wartime mission.
• Directly responsible for managing, tracking, reporting on the upgrade of 28 tropospheric scatter radio systems and 22 multi-channel tactical satellite systems.
• Analyzed personnel and equipment requirements and augmentation for military operations utilizing operational specific programs and presented recommendations to the chain of command for actions and events.
• Responsible for planning, coordinating and briefing status reports for all training events, future operations, inspections, and unit readiness.
• Utilized ITRRS, ATRRS, USARC Unit Training System, and unit metric’s to collect, analyze, disseminate, and make recommendations for improvements and actions.
• In-depth comprehension and support of command philosophy, training plans, and structure.
• Provide supply operations support pertaining to specialized or unique supply items.
• Monitor and execute a command supply discipline program.
• Maintain supply system procedures and regulations, develop risk based plans designed to ensure effective control of product quality, and compliance to contract technical requirements.
• Establishing Army Family Teams through the Family Readiness Group.
• Responsible for transitioning the company to the only theater level signal maintenance company in the continental United States.
• Managed changes to over 150 Line Item Numbers of equipment between three platoons located at Fort Huachuca, AZ and Fort Gordon, GA.
• Create, produce, and brief status reports.
• Coach, Mentor, and lead military personnel within a technical team environment.

Brigade S4

18th Military Police Brigade

May 2001September 2003 (2 years 5 months) Bagdad, Iraq

• Serve as the principle advisor to the brigade commander on logistics, maintenance, budget and life support requirements for 1100 employees, 325 vehicles, and a $6 million budget.
• Responsible for supervising and monitoring the property accountability of more than 750 reportable lines and $50 million worth of equipment.
• Analyzed equipment readiness, requirements and augmentation for military operations utilizing operational specific programs and presented recommendations to the chain of command for actions and events.
• Responsible for planning and coordinating the logistics requirement for pre-deployment, deployment, and re-deployment.
• Responsible for planning, coordinating and briefing status reports for all training events, future operations, inspections, and unit readiness.
• In-depth comprehension and support of command philosophy, training plans, and structure.
• Assures the prime contractor has a documented material purchasing for the fielding of the Armored Security Vehicle.
• Enforce supply system procedures and regulations and developing risk based plans designed to ensure effective control of product quality and compliance to contract technical requirements.
• Maintains specialized property accounts and records. Performs document control work involved in the processing of supply transactions.
• Provide expert knowledge on supply procedures to the brigade commander, and nine subordinate units.
• Responsible for the setup and operation of the Administrative and Logistics Operations Center.
• Conduct periodic staff inspections of nine subordinate units.
• Maintain knowledge of governing supply regulations, policies, procedures, and instructions and an intensive knowledge of local supply requirements to ensure supply support for production, overhaul, repair, or other operations for urgent, critical shortage items.
• Responsible for the professional development and welfare of nine personnel.

Tina Kirkpatrick's Education

New Mexico State University

Bachelor's Degree, Business Computer Systems

19961999

Grade: 3.2

New Mexico Military Institute

Associate's degree, Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities

19941996

Grade: 3.2

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