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Timothy G Sweemer

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: 1940 Southwind Court
, : Junction City, Kansas 66441
Telephone: 785-375-9483

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Timothy Sweemer
1940 Southwind Ct • Junction City, KS 66441• • 785-375-9483
Security Clearance: DOD SECRET (last investigation 02/2010)
United States Passport: expires 07/2024


Master of Arts in Intelligence Operations
American Military University, Charles Town, WV
2011 to 2015

Pi Gamma Mu International Honour Society in Social Sciences
Golden Key International Honour Society

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
University of Texas at El Paso
1979 to 1984


Senior Atmospherics Manager
AECOM - Afghanistan
Hours worked weekly: 84
January 2011 to September 2011; April 2012 to December 2013

• Responsible for administrative, logistic, and operational support to all Atmospherics Teams that passively gather information in Regional Command North of Afghanistan
• Facilitated all operational planning activities for Atmospherics Teams in RC North
• Served as primary interface between NATO and USFOR-A senior intelligence officials
• Briefed Senior Officers from multiple countries within the intelligence fusion cell
• HUMINT work as Atmospherics Manager in Farah, Kunar, Badghis, Balkh and Baghlan provinces prior to becoming Senior Atmospherics Manager
• As Atmospherics Manager, recruited, hired and managed Afghan indigenous people to gather information from their communities
• Produced thousands of reports and analysis from information gathered by indigenous Afghans

Flight Operations
DynCorp International - Afghanistan
Hours worked weekly: 84
July 2010 to November 2010

• Responsible for aerial movement of 12,000 DynCorp employees for the LOGCAP IV program in southern and western Afghanistan via MI-8 Russian helicopters
• Planned, coordinated and supervised aviation activities relating to operations, training, intelligence, and communications activities in Afghanistan
• Coordinated with J3 for classified de-confliction briefings daily
• Served as primary spokesperson with Base Operations for any issues with the potential to affect airfield availability
• Maintained information on inbound and outbound flights, identifying and monitoring overdue flights in coordination with the proper agencies
• Maintained knowledge of aircraft navigation information, aeronautical charts, Federal Aviation Administration and US Army flight regulations and Department of Defense (DOD) flight information publications, ensuring the security of classified material
• Maintained functional files of program data as related to Aviation Support Operations and reviewed, consolidated and prepared technical reports
• Applied operational and administrative techniques for successful personnel and supply movement by air in accordance with organizational and operational goals

Human Terrain System / Intelligence Specialist GG-0132-13
Department of the Army - Afghanistan
Hours worked weekly: 84
June 2009 to June 2010

• Identified intelligence gaps and developed collection plans from strategic vision to tactical level collection
• Responsible for executing the complete Intelligence cycle - collection, analysis, and production in support of tactical, operational, and strategic planning, decision-making, and resource allocation
• Responsible for collecting and analyzing significant trends, patterns of life and subtle cultural nuances in support of innovative courses of actions for key provincial and regional stakeholders, including ISAF, SOF, State Department and conventional forces
• Conducted weekly briefings as part of the targeting cycle and "developing trends"
• Addressed critical information gaps through the development of rapport with local nationals at various levels of society and governance in uncertain, ambiguous, and non-permissive operational environments
• Ensured a continuity of information for all products developed, and the continuity of green or population-centric human terrain information for key stakeholders

Field Service Representative
Cygnus Aerospace Inc. - Afghanistan
Hours worked weekly: 84
June 2006 to June 2009

• Sole representative for all US Air Force Special Operations CSAR aircraft in Afghanistan
• Attended daily U.S. Air Force CSAR Special Operations Intelligence briefings concerning operations in Afghanistan
• Conducted technical analysis of product implementations, modifications and access programs, compartment projects, operations and exercises
• Provided quick response solutions to military and civilian customers, focusing on Contract Field Team (CFT) installations for HH-60 helicopters and other aircraft weapons systems, providing both classified and non-classified modifications, installation and support enhancements to meet customer specifications
• Executed project management as project officer encompassing all echelons regarding routine, special worldwide
• Team Lead on installation of a new Altitude Hover Hold System (AHHS) at Nellis AFB, NV

Helicopter Pilot
U.S. Army
July 1984 to July 1992

AH- 64, AH-1, UH-1 Pilot; Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE) Officer

Aviation Maintenance, Crew Chief, and Aerial Gunner
U.S. Army
March 1975 to March 1981

UH-1 & OH-58 Maintenance, Crew Chief, Aerial Gunner and Technical Observer


Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe, Outlook, Google Earth
Familiar with CIDNE, i2 Analyst Notebook, ArcGIS




Served 4 years as City Councilman for the City of Ogden, Kansas


Class II Flight Physical 07/14/2014 - 07/14/2015
Commercial Instrument - Helicopter
Private Pilot - Single Engine Land (Fixed Wing)
FCC Radio Telephone Operator Permit
Class A CDL

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