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Julian Phillips
Professional Summary

Dedicated leader with 27 years of experience combining management and education in the U.S. Army and the Mobile County Public School System.  Looking for a position as the Director of University Special Events.  

  • Event Coordination
  • Management of Human and Financial Resources
  • Communication Skills
  • Instructing at High School, University, and Military levels
  • Planning
  • Foreign Language
  • International Affairs
Associate 07/2015 to 07/2015
Booz Allen Hamilton, CI2C Shelby, MS
  • As the Booz Allen Site Lead at Camp Shelby, we were directly involved in instruction and consultation in regards to Counter - IED capabilities for National Guard Brigades "mobilized" for deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • I served as the Career Manager, "Expense On-Line," and "Time On-Line" supervisor for five consultants and provided supervision over another six consultants, all of which were under the Counter Improvised Explosive Device Coordination Cell (CI2C) program for First Army.
  • I served as the Booz Allen "Community of Practice" (COP) Lead, for Attack the Network.
  • I developed and taught classes on "Attack the Network" that were tailored to the specific needs of the deploying unit.
  • I developed and delivered numerous "threat briefings" that were tailored to the operating environment of a deploying unit.
  • My tenure at Camp Shelby was extremely productive as our team grew from two to ten consultants.
  • We hired consultants with expertise in the areas of Route Clearance, Electronic Warfare, Robotics, and Intelligence.
  • Our clients began to depend on my team as the Subject Matter Experts for these important areas of the Counter-IED fight.
  • We were able to contribute to their mobilization training with increasing effectiveness as we became increasingly integrated into our client's "battle rhythm" and work space.
Targeting Officer 07/2015 to 07/2015
Allied Rapid Reaction Corps
  • Deployed to Afghanistan and served as the Chief of Targeting for the NATO Headquarters in Kabul for nine months of 2006.
  • As the Chief of Targeting, I established and led the first Joint Targeting Cell at the NATO headquarters, International Security Robert W.
  • Marshall page 4 ____________________________________________________________________________________ Assistance Force (ISAF) in Kabul, Afghanistan that successfully integrated lethal and non-lethal targeting against the insurgent leadership for nine months of 2006.
  • My section worked to ensure that all of our actions remained in support of our Strategic Information Operations campaign.
  • Developed the ISAF Targeting Team into a cohesive, multi-national team that overcame significant obstacles in national caveats, language, culture, financing, and differing levels of security clearances.
  • I served as the link to obtain crucial targeting enablers needed by ISAF but belonged to the United States Central Command.
  • Resourcing these enablers, such as unmanned aerial vehicles and targeting imagery, while adhering to strict national security classification requirements demanded face to face coordination meetings in Brunnsum, The Netherlands, Rheindahlen and Ramstein, Germany, Kabul, and Bagram AFB, Afghanistan, and Al Udied Air Base in Qatar.
  • This "joint" coordination bore fruit as we developed the working relationships needed for Central Command to support NATO's ongoing combat operations.
  • Led the effort of resourcing computers and classified communication capabilities to maintain the command and communication links necessary for direct operations against the leadership of the insurgency.
  • I briefed the ISAF Commanding General on Targeting Priorities, Intelligence, and to gain approval for operations.
  • Developed the targeting process to successfully attack the insurgent leadership within the constraints of the NATO Rules of Engagement.
  • Upon return to our NATO headquarters in Germany, I provided classified briefings on targeting the insurgency in Afghanistan to NATO officer audiences in Germany, England, and Portugal.
  • I served as the ISAF Targeting "subject matter expert" to assist in an analysis of NATO targeting doctrine at the Joint Analysis Lesson Learned Center for NATO in Lisbon, Portugal.
  • This analysis emphasized the need for NATO targeting doctrine to encompass counter-insurgency targeting.
Executive Officer 04/2015 to 07/2015
Army ROTC, Univ. of South Alabama
Executive Officer/ Senior Instructor 04/2015 to 07/2015
  • The Battalion Executive Officer of the University of South Alabama Army ROTC Battalion of over 150 Cadets and 12 Cadre members.
  • As the Instructor of the freshman class of cadets, I analyzed the training requirements that our cadets needed for success in the commissioning process.
  • I then, developed a training program that was well planned, resourced, and safe.
  • As the Executive Officer, I interfaced and coordinated with the university on a variety of things including; building maintenance, recruiting, and working with the athletic department to ensure our athlete/ cadets are balancing their responsibilities to academics, their team, and to Army ROTC.
Deputy Division Operations Officer 11/2015 to 06/2015
  • As the Battalion Executive Office/ Chief of Staff of the Multi Launching Rocket System (MLRS) artillery battalion of the 1st Cavalry Division, charged with running the battalion staff, serving as second in command, and coordinating the logistics of a 500 soldier battalion at Fort Hood, Texas and in Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Deployed the vehicles and equipment by rail and sea to Kuwait.
  • Deployed the battalion safely from Kuwait by convoy and air, to Baghdad, Iraq, where we transformed our equipment and tactics to meet the challenges of the Counter-Insurgency environment.
  • Robert W.
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  • We assessed the economic and security needs of our area of responsibility and worked with local community leaders to find solutions.
  • We made significant progress in restoring "normalcy" and began to restore the local economy.
  • I facilitated "neighborhood council" meetings with the local Iraqi council members in the Al Rasheed sector of Baghdad.
  • During these meetings, I worked directly with the local citizens to prioritize their most pressing needs and to help them with the resources needed to restore basic quality of life services.
  • We overcame significant problems with safety and security and great improvements were made during our year and I gained valuable experience in improving the quality of life of people under extremely difficult circumstances.
  • While serving as Battalion Commander, I analyzed the Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) that were being utilized by both the insurgents in our newly assigned Area of Responsibility and began the development of our TTPs for operations that enhanced security and maintained force protection of our soldiers.
  • The battalion established and maintained security in our sector of Baghdad.
Aviation Brigade Fire Support Officer 01/2016 to 05/2015
Senior Army Instructor 07/2012 to Present
Mary G. Montgomery (MGM) HS JROTC Semmes, AL
  • Currently, I serve as the officer in charge and a primary instructor of the MGM High School Army Junior ROTC program in Mobile County, Alabama.
  • Our program is a "leadership lab" with an emphasis on American citizenship.
  • We prepare kids for life's challenges through a blend of leadership, physical, and adventure training.
  • During my tenure our program has grown in terms of both quality and quantity.
  • I have successfully promoted our program in order to attract kids that can benefit from our curriculum.
  • I personally ensure that all of our 150 cadets are fitted with an army uniform.
  • I teach daily, maintain the budget, and plan numerous adventure and educational field trips.
  • I also supervise our Assistant Army Instructor.
  • I have established positive relationship with the school administration, teachers, parents, and the kids.
High School Teacher 10/2015 to 03/2015
U.S. Army
High School Teacher 10/2015 to 03/2015
  • Hired immediately upon retirement to teach students in the business skills needed in the modern workplace.
  • Maintained a classroom that was conducive to teaching 9th graders in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point.
Senior Army Instructor 01/1988 to 01/2013
US Army Command and General Staff College
Booz Allen Hamilton Booz Allen Hamilton Associate
  • Lieutenant Colonel (Retired), US Army Exercise Development for 1st Army Division East Counter-IED, Attack the Network, and Pre-Deployment Training Master's International Relations, Troy University at USAJFKSWC Instructor with High School, University, and Joint Training experience Top Secret Security Clearance.
Targeting SO1, 07/2005 to 07/2008
Allied Rapid Reaction Corps NATO Rheindahlen, Germany
Manager of Targeting Section 03/2006 to 12/2006
U.S. Army Afghanistan Kabul
Civil Affairs Team Leader / Commander 01/2016 to 07/2000
Fort Bragg Fort Benning, NC GA
  • As a Captain and Major in the U.S.
  • Army Civil Affairs, I was extensively trained in language and communication skills in order to work with civil authorities to restore basic services under arduous conditions such as war or natural disasters.
  • This training "paid off" in the spring of 98, as I was in charge coordinating humanitarian support between the U.S.
  • and Salvadorian armies and the local population in the rural province of Cabanas in El Salvador.
  • My Spanish language skills were also utilized at Fort Benning, GA where I commanded a Spanish speaking company of instructors for one year.
  • As the Commander, I approved all lesson plans and ensured that all courses met the strict Department of Defense guidelines in teaching foreign nationals.
Battery Commander 01/1994 to 06/1995
  • As Howitzer Battery Commander, responsible for all aspects of supply, maintenance, administrative actions, and the "well-being" of 90 soldiers training for combat.
  • Personally inventoried, signed for, and supervised the maintenance and supply operations of over 30 million dollars worth of property during a 17 month command.
  • 100% accountability was maintained through a supply discipline program that included monthly 10% inventories of all property and weapons.
Battalion Executive Officer 01/2015 to 01/2016
Battalion Operations Officer 01/2015 to 01/2016
Battalion Executive Officer 01/2015 to 01/2016
Field Artillery
Commander, A Co, US Army School of the Americas
Team Leader 01/2016 to 01/2016
96th Civil Affairs Battalion Fort Bragg, NC
Commander 01/2016 to 01/2016
Fort Polk, LA
Intelligence Officer 01/2016 to 01/2016
Fort Polk, LA
Platoon Leader 01/2016 to 01/2016
Platoon Fire Direction Officer 01/2016 to 01/2016
Fire Support Officer 01/2016 to 01/2016
Associate Booz Allen Hamilton, CI2C Jul 10
Personal Information
Married for 21 years with 3 childrenAge - 50
University of Southern Mississippi -
Gulf Coast Dive Society1st Cavalry Division AssociationSouthern Miss Alumni Association (Lifetime Member)
Additional Information
  • Personal Information: Married for 21 years with 3 children Age - 50 Top Secret Security Clearance maintained continuously for over 20 years Personal Interests - avid scuba diver Military Awards: Bronze Star (2), Defense Meritorious Service Medal (2), Army Meritorious Service Medal (3), Army Commendation Medal (5), Joint Service Achievement Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Liberation of Kuwait, Valorous Unit Award, Parachutist Badge (U.S. & Columbian Army), Distinguished Military Graduate (Southern Miss Army ROTC)

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School Attended
University of Southern Mississippi