PAID FOR BY WUNDERLICH FOR CONGRESS

Robert Wunderlich is a retired member of the US Army. Use of military rank, job titles, and photographs in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Army or the Department of Defense.

U.S. Army Special Forces

HHC, 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne)                                                                          Assistant Information Management (180A) 

                                                                                                                                                                                    June2001–March2004

 

Planned, coordinated, and directed automation support and maintenance for more than 1,500 personnel. Coordinated with U.S. Army Special Operations Command to ensure that operational demands for state-of-the-art automation support were met. Managed a network of more than 600 computers, 200 printers, and associated peripheral equipment valued in excess of $3M. Developed the Group automation budget. Was responsible for researching and purchasing all automation and visual information hardware and software, coordinating issue and turn-in, and maintaining internal LAN and WAN. Participated in three deployments to OEF, CJSOTF-Afghanistan.

 

U.S. Army Special Forces

C Co, 1st BN, 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne)                                                                          Company Operations Officer (180A)                                                                                                                                                                                        June1999–June2001

 

Served as Operations Officer for a 90-man unit. Was responsible for providing technical assistance to the Executive Officer and Commander for all matters pertaining to operational plans and exercises. Provided technical expertise in administration, logistics, intelligence, planning, and training for the company. Served as Focal Point Officer for Advanced Special Operations techniques professional development. Deployed as Pre-Deployment Site Survey (PDSS) Officer establishing training area in Thies, Senegal ,working with both the U.S. Embassy and PA&E.  Served as Embassy Liaison officer during operation Focus Relief.

 

U.S. Army Special Forces

HHC, 1st BN, 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne)                                                           Battalion Training Officer/Operations (180A)

                                                                                                                                                                                       June1998–June1999

 

Served as Battalion Training Officer with primary emphasis on plans and exercises.  Assisted in planning and directing ongoing operations and in planning for and executing Special Forces missions in support of two Theaters of operation: Europe and the Middle East.  Additional duties included Advanced Special Operations Techniques planning and serving as Equal Opportunity Representative, Assistant Safety Officer, and Language Officer. Planned,  coordinated, and executed several Broken Axle exercises.  Planned, coordinated, and executed a BN UW exercise near Fort Hood, TX that relied heavily on ASOT Level 3 tasks.

 

U.S. Army Special Forces

C Co, 3rd BN, 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne)                                      Assistant Detachment Commander/Commander (180A)

                                                                                                                                                                                       June1996–June1998

 

Served as second-in-command and commanded in the absence of the detachment commander. As Chief of Staff, supervised and directed all staff functions, including managing the development of detachment training plans. Provided technical and tactical assistance to the detachment for all Special Forces missions in support of Joint, Combined, or Unilateral operations.  Had staff responsibility for planning, organizing, and integrating psychological and civil affairs operations.  Utilized specialized military skills needed to operate in all physical environments. Became proficient in cross-cultural communications and linguistic skills. Conducted LLSO operations in Guinea Bissau, Mali, Nigeria, and Senegal.

 

U.S. Army Special Forces

Co A, 1st BN, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne)                                                           Assistant Detachment Commander (180A)

                                                                                                                                                                                 January1995–June1996

 

Served as second-in-command and as Chief of Staff. Supervised and directed all staff functions, to include managing the development of detachment training plans. Provided technical and tactical assistance to the detachment for all Special Forces missions in support of Joint, Combined, or Unilateral operations. Had staff responsibility for planning, organizing, and integrating psychological and civil affairs operations.  Utilized specialized military skills needed to operate in all physical environments.

 

 

U.S. Army Special Forces

Co C, 1st BN 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne)                                                                                                    Senior Medic (18D)

                                                                                                                                                                                        May1992–June1994

 

Served as a member of a Special Forces Contingency Force and as primary observer of a three-man sniper observer team responsible for detailed information collection and reporting. As Medical NCO, advised the commander in planning and executing medical operations. Provided emergency, routine, and long-term care for SF missions.

 

U.S. Army Special Forces

Co A, 3rd BN, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne)                                                          Junior/Senior Medical Sergeant (18D3/4P)

                                                                                                                                                                                         July1987–May1992

 

As Medical NCO, advised the commander in planning and executing medical operations. Provided emergency, routine, and long-term care for SF missions. During Desert Storm, served as medical advisor to Saudi Arabian Military–Eastern Province. Provided medical advice, assistance, and training to two infantry brigades and to the Director, Medical Services, Eastern Province.  Was responsible for medical care for 80 U.S. Army advisors.

 

U.S. Army Special Forces

Co B, 3rd BN, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne)                                  Heavy Weapons Sergeant/ Medical NCO (11C1S/18B/18D)

                                                                                                                                                                                        June1983–July1987

 

As Medical NCO, advised the commander in planning and executing medical operations.  Provided emergency, routine, and long-term care for SF missions.   As a Weapons NCO ,was responsible for providing tactical assistance to the commander with respect to light and heavy U.S. weapons in addition to light and heavy foreign weapons. Was responsible for detachment training in all weapons systems, foreign and domestic.