For those that are completely unaware of what a night owl is, it is someone that stays up late, long after everyone else has gone to be, and continues to study. A night owl has been made popular thanks to the all online University, Western Governors University, or WGU. Currently, I am pursuing my Bachelor's of Science in Information Technology. What is Information Technology, you ask? I am glad you asked this! Let me enlighten you.
Through nearly 13 years of military service, I have held many positions. While on Army active duty from 2006 to 2009, I got field sanitation certified, ATGM certified, Combatives Level 1 certified, and trained on multiple Stryker variants. Primarily, my position consisted of being a driver as well as dismount. While in the Air Force Reserve from 2010 to 2016, I underwent multiple courses for supervision and leadership, 7-level in Air Transportation, and shifted between a working, training, and supervising roles in the Cargo section, before moving to ATOC (ATOC meets up with aircraft to give/receive reports from the crew, so the crew can have their plane loaded/unloaded). Now, I am a Drill Sergeant in the Army Reserve. I have re-certified in Combatives Level 1, and recently, had a self-reflection on my leadership potential.
America is a wonderful country. There is absolutely no denying that. I am willing to give my life up for it. If it wasn't wonderful, if I didn't believe in it, then I would sign my life away contract after contract and be willing to risk everything for it. But when it comes to the IT field specifically (Information Technology for those that are unaware), we are well behind the times. If you'd like to know about me, here goes: I have an Associate's of Applied Science in Information Technology, a certification in Computer Forensics/Network Security, a certification in Computer and Network Repair, and I am a Google Certified Admin. Overall, pretty easy stuff if you ask me. I love the repair aspect, and customer service portion of the field.
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