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Namyangju-City, Kyunggi Do, South Korea.
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Republic of Korea Army, Kyunggi-Do, South Korea.
PLATOON LEADER (OFFICER), MAR 2005 – MAR 2007
The company was in charge of some part of DMZ (demilitarized zone) including three GP (guard posts); 177, 178 and 179. My platoon was assigned for one GP. The Platoon consisted of 30 soldiers and 4 aids (1- sergeant first class as a sub-leader, 3-staff sergeant as a squad leader). The size of GP was 300m X 400m. It was located on the top of the mountain and looks like a big fort.
We belonged to 27 regiment of division 5.
Watch/record every enemy’s activity 24 hours a day/7days a week, analyze them, and report to the regiment.
Take a proper measure using all arms to baffle the enemy’s intention incase of an emergency situation such as sudden attack.
Hinder the enemy’s attack and secretly invade their camp to collect information in case of a war.
Search certain areas every morning and evening to make sure the areas are safe and to maintain trenches and communication facilities such as phone lines between trenches and the GP.
Responsible for leadership, training, and discipline of soldiers of the platoon.
Trained the soldiers everyday for the missions and how to respond to some situations in DMZ.
Kept the regiment apprised of all the information regarding the enemy.
Figured all kinds of platoon needs e.g. food, cloths and other necessities.
Responsible for maintaining the facilities of GP.
Maintained high standards of personal appearance and conduct in the platoon.
Organized and maintained an effective chain of command.
Kept the regimental commander apprised of the status of the platoon at all times.
SELECTED ACHIEVEMENTS & CONTRIBUTIONS
Successfully completed five GP missions.
Created 16 paths, which is 32km, in DMZ.
SUB-COMMANDER, APR 2007 – JUN 2007
Filled in the position of the Sub Commander in the absence of company’s commander (rank-captain). The company consisted of 5 platoons and the head office platoon and an artillery escort. The company was mainly in charge of taking care of three GP; 177, 178 and 179.
SELECTED ACHIEVEMENTS & CONTRIBUTIONS
Revised company’s ‘war game plan’, which is essential in ‘regiment strategy practice’, and successfully finished ‘regiment strategy practice.’
Kyunghee University (Feb 2005)
Changed major subject from natural science to commerce & international business in the second year of the university.
Received Military training through being a Member of ROTC (Reserve Office Training Corps) in the university.
Elected to be one of six officers in Kyunghee University’s ROCT to become the in charge of managing the ROTC for two years.
Korean (Written and Spoken)
English (Written and Spoken)
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