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Jason Porter

222 Bartlett Dr. Apt 510


El Paso, TX 79912
915-216-0044
Alaskansharky@yahoo.com
OBJECTIVE

Seeking a position in the Private Security, Automotive Technology, Automotive Repair, or Transportation
field.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Over Eight years of honorable service with the U.S. Army, specializing as Cavalry Scout. Skilled at
troubleshooting, testing and repairing light equipment. Highly organized professional with excellent work
ethics. Ability to accomplish tasks efficiently while meeting strict deadlines. Strong ability to work as a
contributing team member or team leader. Received numerous awards for achievements and good
conduct, while serving under Operation Iraqi Freedom. Reliable leader with over eight years of military
experience. Qualified Expert with a variety of small arms weapons. Experienced in Physical Security, Guard Duty,
VIP Escorts, Minor Investigations Work, and Border Security, Patrolling Techniques, Surveillance Methods and
Area Security. Skilled at driving different forms of vehicle, Combat proven leadership and excellent interpersonal
skills. Willing on take on additional task other then primary job.

WORK EXPERIENCE
Pop-A-Lock of El Paso
El Paso, TX

March 22, 2014

Unlock locked cars and houses.


Cut and program keys to vehicle.
Program remotes for vehicles.

Calvary Scout

January 2004 October 2012

U.S. Army, Ft. Bliss, TX; Camp Casey, Korea: Fort Stewart, GA

Trained Soldiers on procedures of clearing buildings and identifying potential threats.


Trained Soldiers on safety protocols while under stressful environment.
Performed mechanical maintenance on High Mobility Multi Wheel Vehicle (HMMWV), Light Medium
Tactical Vehicles (LMTV), 44-52 passenger Bus and Bradley Fighting Vehicle.
Utilized hand tools, and Technical Manuals (TM) to quickly isolate faulty components. As a certified
Master Driver, trained Soldiers how to properly handle vehicles in different types of inclement weather.
Trained for deployment readiness in areas of: Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on
vehicles, how to utilize a compass and map, and utilizing terrain features to locate self on map.
In support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Served as a gunner for Platoon Leader and also section Leader
under hostile environment and various terrains to accomplish missions.
Served as Team Leader as well as minor leadership such as Gunner in Change while main leadership was
on ground patrolling.

Lot Attendant: Continental Subaru


Anchorage, Alaska

December 2002- January 2004

Inspected parts, equipment, or vehicles for cleanliness, damage, and compliance with standards or
regulations.
Scrub, scrape, or spray machine parts, equipment, or vehicles, using scrapers, brushes, clothes,
cleaners, disinfectants, insecticides, acid, abrasives, vacuums, or hoses.
Mix cleaning solutions, abrasive compositions, or other compounds, according to formulas.
Clean and polish vehicle windows.
Rinse objects and place them on drying racks or use cloth, squeegees, or air compressors to dry
surfaces.
Drive vehicles to or from workshops or customers' workplaces or homes.
Pre-soak or rinse machine parts, equipment, or vehicles by immersing objects in cleaning solutions
or water, manually or using hoists.

Airport Security Screener


Anchorage, Alaska

June 2001-September 2002

Challenged suspicious people, requesting their badges and asking what their business is in
particular areas. Follow those who breach security until police or other security personnel arrive to
apprehend them.
Monitor passenger flow through screening checkpoints to ensure order and efficiency. Close entry
areas following security breaches or reopen areas after receiving notification that the airport is
secure. Record information about any baggage that sets off alarms in monitoring equipment.
Locate suspicious bags pictured in printouts sent from remote monitoring areas, and set these bags
aside for inspection.
Contact police directly in cases of urgent security issues, using phones or two-way radios.
Test baggage for any explosive materials, using equipment such as explosive detection machines
or chemical swab systems.
Operated X-ray machine to monitor for prohibited items, as well as conduct bag searches to clear
bag of prohibited items. Inform other screeners when baggage should not be opened because it
might contain explosives.
Check passengers' tickets to ensure that they are valid, and to determine whether passengers have
designations that require special handling, such as providing photo identification.

EDUCATION & TRAINING CERTIFICATES


Combat Live Saver Course, Ft. Bliss, TX 2009
Bus Drive Course
Armorer
Automotive Technology; El Paso Community College
o Completed year one (currently year 2, working on AA Degree)
o Competed ASE Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Program (Certified 2/28/14)
Texas Lock Smith License

o Issue Date: 6/11/2014


o Expire Date: 6/11/2016
Vehicles Driven:

M3a2, M3a2 ODS, M3A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle


M113
Humvee
LMTV
MRAP
44-55 PAX BUS