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Joel H. Nissen 7617 Flippo Drive 757.650.5632 (C) Fredericksburg, VA 22408-0437 jn13a33fc@westpost.net 540.693.

1217 (H) SUMMARY: Over 30 years leadership, education, training and weapons systems mai ntenance experience, including 5+ years leading change within the Littoral Comba t Ship Program. Proven and motivated leader with confirmed talents, ranging fro m program development to training and execution to include Anti-Terrorism and Fo rce Protection (AT/FP) planning and execution. Versed in Navy Manning & Manpowe r and Navy Training Systems Plan (NTSP). EDUCATION: B.S. Liberal Studies: Minors: Management, Communication, Education, and History. Excelsior University, 2008 SECURITY CLEARANCE: Secret, 2005. Held Top Secret from 1982-1990. CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT: Aug. 2010 to Present: Booz Allen Hamilton: Associate: Op erations-Supply Chain Logistics Team to perform acquisition and sustainment logi stics, as assigned, for Army, Navy, Air Force Major Defense Acquisition and othe r Programs of Record. This includes functioning as Subject Matter Expert for log istics elements of Training, Supply, Configuration Management, and Documentation . MILITARY EMPLOYMENT: 1980 2010: United States Navy: Positions Held (most recent first): May 2008-Jul. 2010. Littoral Combat Ship Squadron/Class Squadron Command Mast er Chief: Responsible for quality of life issues affecting over 500 personnel, two different seaframes and three different mission package types. Duties also include: career training, education, mentoring, performance reviews, compensatio n/benefits, diversity, equal opportunity, and policy development. Executive adv isor to the Commanding Officer and mentor to six other independent commands and four separate mission packages of personnel. Conducted program familiarization b riefs across the country to various audiences of up to 1000 people. AT/FP policy and oversight advisor for the entire Littoral Combat Ship Program. Jan. 2005-May 2008. USS FREEDOM Command Master Chief: Initial oversight for th e establishment, implementation and budget formation and execution of the US Nav ys newest ship acquisition program. Responsible for the training, education, ca reer development and retention for the initial reporting 100 personnel. Policy and AT/FP advisor to the Commanding Officer. Aug. 2003-Jan. 2005. Commander, Afloat Training Group-Atlantic Command Master Chief: Responsible for quality of life issues affecting over 900 personnel wi th in three separate geographic locations, to include career training, education , mentoring, performance reviews, compensation/benefits, diversity, equal opport unity, and policy development. Senior enlisted member of Afloat Training Comman d. Oversight of training of AT/FP for Commander, Naval Surface Forces, Atlantic . Nov. 2000-Oct. 2003. USS PORTER Command Master Chief: Oversight of training, education, career development and retention for 350 personnel. Policy and AT/F P advisor to the Commanding Officer. Developed and assisted in the AT/FP plans i n support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Sep. 1997-Nov. 2000. Technical Training Department LCPO Recruit Training Comm and: Management and oversight of training, education, career development and re tention for 300 instructors and personnel. Military Contracting Officer Repres entative for two different Military Construction Projects: 1) $8.8 million Comb at Swimmer/Survival Pool; 2) $36 Million State of the Art Small Arms gun firing

line and range. As the Senior Enlisted Watch Coordinator, responsible for the m anagement of 1200 Sailors duty schedules. Oversight of training over 90,000 Na vy Recruits in Small Arms Handling and basic security procedures . Jul. 1995-Aug. 1997. USS HEWITT Combat System Department LCPO: Oversight and m aintenance manager of the ships entire combat systems suite and all associated a mmunition. Management and oversight of training, education, career development and retention for 130 Sailors. As Senior Gunners Mate and Force Protection exper t trained and executed Security Reaction Force Team Exercises and Drills. As th e resident Visit, Board, Search and Seizure (VBSS) expert trained several teams and executed numerous real world boardings in support many operations in the Per sian Gulf. 1980-1997. Gunners Mate: Operated, maintained, and repaired launchers, gun mou nts and missile systems. Developed countless Force Protection Plans for various port visits throughout the world. As Senior Gunners Mate and Force Protection e xpert trained and executed Security Reaction Force Team Exercises and Drills. A s the resident Visit, Board, Search and Seizure (VBSS) expert trained several te ams and executed numerous real world boardings. RELEVENT EDUCATION AND TRAINING: Education / Certifications 2011: Completed Defense Acquisition University CLL011 (PBL), CLL 008 (DFS), Log istics 102 2010: Completed Defense Acquisition University Logistics 101, Acquisition 101, Logistics 103 (RAM) 2006: Material, Maintenance Manager (3M) (NEC 9517) 2006: Security Reaction Force-Advanced (SRF-A) 2005: Security Reaction Force-Basic (SRF-B) 2005: Voyage Management System (VMS)(NEC 0201) 2000: Command Master Chief (NEC 9580) 1998: United States Navy Senior Enlisted Leadership Academy 1998: Contracting Officer Representative (U.S. Navy) 1997 2000: Recruit Training Command Great Lakes, Lead Instructor and Department al Leader for 200+ Instructors (NEC 9502/0812) 1993: Mk-45 Gun System Technical School (NEC 0879) 1991: Navy Small Arms Instructor (NEC 0812) training over 100,000 Sailors in We apons Handling and Security Tactics and Procedure of 19 years. 1987 1990: U.S. Navy Gun School, Great Lakes, IL; Company Commander and Senior Advisor for 200 students. Instruction and curriculum development for basic and advanced technical courses. (NEC 9502) 1987: Navy Instructor Training (NEC 9502) 1985: Leadership, Management, Education, and Training 1984 : Radiological Controls Technician 1983: MK-16 Anti-Submarine Rocket Weapon System (ASROC) Technical School (NEC 0 891) ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Life Member, Surface Navy Association, Member, Fleet Reserve Association, U.S. N avy Master Training Specialist COMPUTER EXPERIENCE: Word, Excel, PowerPoint Relevant Skills: Material Management Littoral Combat Ship (LCS 1 & 2) Leadership/Management AEGIS Weapons System Gunners Mate

Surface Ordnance Security & Small Arms Force Protection and Anti-Terrorism (AT/FP) Curriculum Development AEGIS Weapons System Weapons Elevator Technician and Operator LCS Mission Packages (MCM, ASW, SUW, VBSS) Instructor Visit, Board, Search and Seizure Operator (VBSS) Navy Weapons System Explosives Safety Review Boards (WSERB) Human Capital Objects (HCO) Human Systems Integration (HIS) Manning & Manpower Management Navy Training Systems Plan (NTSP)