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Daniel E. Paulak 761 Elmhurst Place Glassboro (760) 579-9346 dp87fa70@westpost.

net Executive Summary: To obtain a challenging position in logistics and warehousing industry where my professional skills can be utilized to increase productivity and the profitability of the company. Experience: Gloucester Terminals Gloucester City, New Jersey Superintendent/Marine Cargo July 11, 2005 to June 10, 2010 * Responsible and supervised the fast, efficient and safe loading and discharge of cargo ships and barges. * Supervised the fast, efficient and safe discharge of fruit ships. * Lead and supervised 70 to 100 union longshoremen and casual labor on the termi nal responsible for the staging, loading, securing and discharging of cargo. * Responsible for all MHE equipment such as forklifts during the loading and dis charging of ships. * Maintain working relationships with ship's crew, U.S. Customs, U.S. Coast Guar d and port captain of each ship in order to facilitate the timely sailing of the ship. * Prepare time sheets, and production reports. United States Marine Corps Schuaiba Port, Kuwait Logistics Chief March 15, 2003 to October 31, 2003 * Senior supervisor of the vessel load teams and personally responsible for the embarkation of over two million square feet of Marine and Seabee equipment, vehi cles and containers on 13 Military Sealift Command vessels out of Kuwait in supp ort of Operation Iraqi Freedom redeployment. * Lead and supervised 350 Marines and Seabees of the Vessel Loading unit at Schu aiba port Kuwait. * Coordinated with U.S. Customs and U.S. Agriculture personnel to receive, stage , process and inspect all cargo for staging in the sterile call forward marshall ing areas aboard Shuaiba port. * Coordinated with U.S. Army Military Traffic Management Command at the port of Shuaiba for the joint inspection staging and loading of cargo and vehicles. United States Marine Corps Camp Pendleton, California Logistics Chief August 15, 2002 to March 15, 2003 * Responsible for the IMEF embarkation of equipment, vehicles, containers, and s upplies in the support of deployment Operation Iraqi Freedom efforts. * Senior supervisor of the vessel load teams and personally responsible for the embarkation of over one million square feet of Marine and Seabee equipment, vehi cles and containers on 11 Military Sealift Command vessels out of the port of Sa n Diego in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom deployment. * Lead and supervised 100 Marines and Seabees of the Vessel Loading Unit at the port of San Diego. * Coordinated with U.S. Customs and U.S. Agriculture personnel to receive, stage , process and inspect all cargo aboard the port of San Diego. United States Marine Corps Camp Pendleton, California

Logistics Chief July 15, 1995 to July 15, 2000 * Plan and executed all logistical support for a 3000 man unit while in garrison and deployed. * Planned and supervised all logistical support for nine DESERT FIRING EXERCISES at 29 Palms Marine Corps Combat Center, California to include setting up and ru nning the Logistical Operations Center and the Forward Logistical Base. * Provided leadership and mentoring to my young Marines, both enlisted and offic er. * Planned and executed all logistical support for unit to include Motor Transpor t, Engineer Support, Food Service, Supply and Hazardous Waste Education: United States Marine Corps USMC Senior Non-Commissioned Officer School USMC Staff Non-Commissioned Officer Academy USMC Drill Instructor School USMC Drill Instructor School Staff Instructor USMC Recruiting School Thomas Jefferson High School, Bloomington MN