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US Army Veteran


Welcome to my web page!  I've made this page to help keep in contact with my family, and to share some of my pictures.  Enjoy! 

This is a picture of me in Kuwait (1999-2000).


My History...

In August 2004 I moved to Pensacola, Florida from Colorado Springs, CO where I had just finished 10 years of service in the US Army at Fort Carson, Colorado.  My job while in the service was a Flight Medic aboard a UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopter.  The units that I served with are the 159th Medical Company (AA) Wiesbaden Germany, the 57th Medical Company (AA) at Ft. Bragg, NC and the 377th Medical Company (AA) at Camp Humphreys, Korea.  After the military, I changed to a career in the information technology field.

I started out working for a software company where I worked my way up to managing the help desk. That company relocated, and I was forced to start again, this time with a company by the name of Global Business Solutions, Inc as a Navy contractor for Naval Education and Training Professional Development and Technology Center (NETPDTC).   While working full time I attended Pensacola State College in the evening.  In May 2012 I finished an Associates of Applied Science degree in Information Technology, and then went on to get an AA in Computer Science. I am also a member of the local Alpha Beta Gamma Honor Society. After almost 10 years the contract with GBSI ended, and Booz Allen Hamilton took over. My employer changed but my job stayed the same. I then got my VMware Certified Professional (Data Center Virtualization) certification while working for the VDI team at NETC.


What Am I Doing Now

Currently I am civilian employed by the Department of Defense (DoD) as a Technical Specialist for NETC. I am still attending Pensacola State College in the evening. Now I am pursuing a BS in Cyber Security.


Olive Baptist Church

The church that I attend is Olive Baptist Church.  I have been a member for just over 16 years now and it has been a huge blessing in my life.  I encourage everyone to visit the link, and take a peek at what's happening in the church.


Rocky the squirrel

This is "Rocky" the squirrel.  He/she lived outside of the building that I used to work in.  I am not sure who came up with the name, but many of the building employees that frequent the smoking area began using the name Rocky, I assumed after the cartoon character from the popular cartoon "Rocky and Bullwinkel".

I was interested in finding out more since I had not ever come across a pure white squirrel, with pink eyes before.  So I did a little research on the net.  White Squirrel Wars .

> FACT: The odds against a pure white squirrel being born are 1 in 100,000.

> FACT: Albinism is due to gene mutations that affect the production of pigmentation. True albino animals lack melanin and are white with no markings and with unpigmented pink eyes. In some species there is also a form known as blue-eyed (or partial) albinism.



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