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Jonathan Pichardo

Member at New York National Guard
I like to lead by example, no challenge is to tough and no task is to big. Highly motivated and dedicated to my education, work, army career, and family. A firm believer, if you work hard and work for passion. Life will bless you with opportunities to help and make a change.
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Bronx National Guard Soldier Receives New Rank, New Responsibilities

Major General Ray Shields, the Adjutant General for the State of New York, announces the recent promotion of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capability for addit...

September, 20 2019 - Verified by New York National Guard
Jonathan Pichardo Reenlists for Continued Service in New York Army National Guard

Major General Ray Shields, the Adjutant General, announces the recent reenlistment of members of the State National Guard in recognition of their continuing commitment to serve community, state and...

February, 20 2019 - Verified by New York National Guard
Jonathan Pichardo was recognized for graduating
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Jonathan Pichardo was recognized for earning an academic award
Civil Operations Specilaist phase 1 Aid to Civil Authority award Humaniterian services award New York state Service award
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Jonathan Pichardo was recognized for graduating
Associates degree in Criminal Justice
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Combat Engineer at New York Army National Guard
A combat engineer (also called field engineer, pioneer or sapper in many armies) is a soldier who performs a variety of construction and demolition tasks under combat conditions. The combat engineer's goals involve facilitating movement and support of friendly forces while impeding those of the enemy
June 2018 - Present
Civil Operations Specialist at New York Army National Guard
Military Decision Making Process(MDMP) Planning for civil operations specialist that establishes procedures for analyzing a mission and used to help define priorities and balance efforts.
January 2016 - Present
Civil Operations Specialist at Counter Drug Task Force
MISSION: Civil Operations Specialists will coordinate statewide anti-drug prevention efforts with NY State’s Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Prevention Resource Centers (PRC’s), Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA’s), local coalitions, planning teams, state organizations and other stakeholders to develop a consolidated plan for targeting drug use/abuse in the Community Opportunity Reinvestment (CORe) neighborhoods outlined by Governor Cuomo. The New York National Guard Counterdrug Task Force (NYNG CDTF) and its State and local partners seek to improve the health and well-being of New York communities by addressing alcohol and other substance use/abuse through coalition development. The NYNG CDTF conducts Civil Operations in order to augment local anti –drug coalitions, by providing technical assistance and training to create a strong response to substance abuse within New York’s communities, and ensure long-term positive behavior outcomes. OBJECTIVES: The National Guard Civil Operations Specialists will work to: Enhance communication and data sharing between law enforcement and coalitions Increase communities capacity to identify needs and address them Increase quality of support for effective alcohol and drug use and abuse prevention strategies Become a force multiplier within the state and federal prevention system Reduce rates of substance abuse and demand for those particular neighborhoods Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) – Planning tool for Civil Operations specialists that establishes procedures for analyzing a mission and used to help define priorities and balance efforts Community Kaizen – The community Kaizen is a survey taken by a coalition within a standard 1 hour coalition meeting. The results are virtually instant, showing a community issues that they self-reported through a survey. Scores are measured against the standard process tool (SPF) that most coalitions used and are gauged against factors like participation, consensus and utility which have been proven to be key indicators for coalition success Coaching Model – The coaching model is a process where Civil Ops specialists will take the results of the Kaizen and develop a plan for the coalition. The specialists will meet with a small group of leadership from the coalition, facilitate a meeting to identify the root causes of their problems, set priorities for what will be addressed and a time table, and then find resources that can assist the coalition. Finally, a report will be provided that outlines this procedure in detail In addition to addressing the needs of the CORe (Community Opportunity Reinvestment) neighborhoods, the National Guard Civil Operations Specialists will also work with community development specialists from the regional PRC’s to identify community coalitions that can benefit from at least one of the specific duties listed above
January 2016 - Present
Recruiting/Retention ADOS at New York Army National Guard
Duties performed by Soldier Prospects for leads. Prepares a prospect card. Refines leads. Conducts a school program. Determines basic enlist ment eligibility. Pre-qualifies an individual for enlistment. Conducts enlistment, attrition management and retention interviews. Explains the selected reserve incentive program and the Montgomery GI Bill, initial entry training (lET) requirements, test results, enlistment op tions/programs/obligations, non-regular service retirement, employer support and reemployment tights. Evaluates unit sponsorship pro gram. Briefs applicant on MEPS processing. Prepares and completes an enlistment packet. Counsels an applicant. Operates Guard Accession Information Network System. Establishes media contacts. Con ducts direct mail campaigns. Evaluates retention data, forms and files. Explains the National Guard Family Program. Identifies resources for family assistance. Determines regulatory requirements for advertising. Writes recruiting and retention advertising copy and script
March 2015 - September 2015
INFANTRYMAN/RIFLEMAN at Army National Guard 25 baiting place road farmingdale road, ny 11735
The infantry is the main land combat force and backbone of the Army. They are responsible for defending our country against any threat by land, as well as capturing, destroying and repelling enemy ground forces Perform as a member of a fire team during drills and combat Aid in the mobilization of vehicles, troops and weaponry Assist in reconnaissance missions Process prisoners of war and captured documents Use, maintain and store combat weapons (e.g., rifles, machine guns, antitank mines, etc.)
November 2013 - Present
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