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<p>WILLY M. MARIN MATIASLakewood, WA253.282.9103marinw5@gmail.com LinkedIn | Willy M. Marin Matias</p> <p>PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY</p> <p>Materials Handler/Supervisor and Military Veteran who held a Secret Security Clearance and 20+ years of proven experience in the United States Army. Accomplished measurable results while leading teams of 15 in a dynamic, fast - paced environment. Possess a comprehensive background in Logistic Operations and Supervision derived from conducting domestic and global operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Germany. Managed risk upon multiple lines to protect assets, property, and equipment valued over $3M while meeting the expectations of senior leadership. Possess extensive knowledge in Heavy Equipment and Motor Vehicle Operations, and Training. Recipient of multiple awards for outstanding performance and professionalism. Career supported by a Commercial Drivers License and Commercial Forklift License.</p> <p> Motor Vehicle Operator Logistics Management Transportation Management</p> <p> Team Leadership Bilingual: Spanish/English Training and Development Safety Procedures Effective Communicator Microsoft Office Suite</p> <p>PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE</p> <p>Logistics Readiness Center Ft. Lewis, WA 2011 2016 Ammunition Handler | Surveillance Inspector Provided technical guidance to 5 personnel assigned to the Ammunition Supply Point at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM); oversaw inventory and shipment operations involving the receipt, storage, issue, turn-in, classification and handling of ammunitions and its components, powders, explosives and residue Inspected, monitored, reviewed, and evaluated 35 ammunition magazines and related items, such as; components, packing, and containers for specific signs of deterioration, defects, contamination, improper marking, and leakage resulting in ZERO mishaps or discrepancies Accounted for and maintained 3 forklifts, 4 work station computers and related components, 2 government official vehicles, and packaging material for ammunition valued in excess of $975K with ZERO discrepancies Conducted 5 physical weekly inspections of inbound and outbound transportation assets and conveyances provided for shipments; ensured operational and explosive safety of equipment to be in compliance with Department of Defense, Department of Army, federal, state, and local regulations and laws</p> <p>UNITED STATES ARMY Various Locations 1999 2011 Logistics |Movement Supervisor Served as Movement Supervisor providing logistical transportation support for a 650-member organization: provided planning, coordinating, monitoring and controlling line haul, cargo transfer operations, and mode operations in support of tactical, operational, and strategic sustainable operations Monitored and controlled daily logistical combat missions for 750+ personnel and 1,270 vehicles; supervised 55 internal and external transportation missions with 100% accountability and ZERO discrepancies Mentored and guided 15 personnel in their personal and professional development; which resulted in 11 personnel getting promoted, and 12 personnel getting accepted to technical schools in order to advance to the next grade Assisted and coordinated 5 companies shipment of deployable equipment valued at over $1M; tracked the movement plan in the United States and overseas</p> <p>Transportation Supervisor | Transportation Management Assisted with organizational and training requirements for 250 personnel: supervised, planned, and coordinated local training events, assessed personnel qualifications, and provided administrative reports detailing data for status reports for senior leadership</p> <p>_____________________________________ _____________________WILLY M. MARIN MATIAS, PG. 2</p> <p>Transportation Supervisor | Transportation Management continued Supervised and monitored the daily mail and transportation operations at the Frankfurt Aerial Mail Terminal; provided equipment accountability and maintenance for the largest mail hub in the Department of Defense outside the United States Maintained 100% accountability of repair and maintenance parts and sensitive items valued over $950K in combat zones and training environments; resulted in 100% mission completion with ZERO discrepancies and NO loss of equipment or personnel Served as a Patient Liaison for medical unit: supervised 450 personnel receiving outpatient-care, maintained accountability of 7 computer systems and items valued over $ 100K; conducted training and daily inspections for permanent staff and patients affected by Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom</p> <p>Heavy Equipment and Tractor-Trailer Truck Driver Served as Transportation Training Instructor: supervised, trained, and evaluated 55+ personnel on the maintenance, operation, and license qualifications on the Heavy Equipment Transport System and Medium Equipment Transport Systems Maintained 100% of equipment, parts, and sensitive items for the M1070/M1000 Heavy Equipment Transport, and M931 5-Ton Cargo, and Tractor Trailer Trucks valued in excess of $2.7M Coordinated with NATO and provided logistical support to 4 base camps in Greece and Macedonia for 4 months; operated tractor-trailer Truck to transport containers to include rations, military equipment, bulldozer, track vehicles, and ammunition to deliver heavy equipment and supplies </p> <p>Motor Vehicle Operator Operated forklift trucks in loading and unloading materials and supplies, and moving and storing products; checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order Received and dispensed bulk and packaged petroleum products, marked petroleum containers for proper identification, and followed appropriate safety procedures and state regulations for the safe transporting dangerous goods Loaded and unloaded trucks using special loading-related equipment or other equipment as necessary; secured cargo for transport, using ropes, blocks, chain, binders, or covers, and conducted inspections to ensure the loads were properly secured; resulted in ZERO mishaps or safety incidents</p> <p>EDUCATION / TRAINING</p> <p>Technical Transportation of Hazardous Materials Course, Fort Lewis, WA 2015Transportation Coordinator Automated Instructional Management System II, U.S. Army 2008Automated Air Load Planner, U.S. Air Force, Fort Lewis, WA 2008Airlift Planner, U. S. Air Force, Fort Lewis, WA 2008Equipment Preparation Course, U.S. Air Force, Fort Lewis, WA 2 008Unit Movement Officer Deployment Planners Course, U.S. Army, Fort Lewis, WA 2006</p> <p>SELECT AWARDS</p> <p>Army Achievement Medal (6)Army Commendation Medal (4)Meritorious Service Medal </p> <p>LICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS</p> <p>Microsoft Word and Excel Certifications, Microsoft Imagine School, Bellevue, WA 2016 Commercial Forklift License, Expiration date: December 2017Commercial Drivers License, any Class designation, Expiration date: 23 December 2021</p>