William B. Tomanek

About

William B. Tomanek

My Education

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PADI, Open Water Diver Dec. 2005

PADI, Advanced Open Water Diver 2006

PADI, UCI Evidence Recovery Specialist 2006

Rescue 3 International, SRT 1 2006

ERDi 1, Operations ERD I Diver 2006

ERDi 1, Operations ERD Full Face Mask Diver 2007

ERDi 1, Operations ERD Dry Suite Diver 2007

ERDi 1, Operations ERD Surface Ice Rescue Technician 2007

ERDi 1, Operations ERD II Diver 2007

PADI, Enriched Air Diver 2007

PADI, Oxygen First Aid 2007

PADI, Search and Recovery 2007

PADI, Peak Bouyancy 2007

PADI, Dry Suite 2007

PADI, Rescue Diver 2007

PADI, Master Diver 2007

PADI, Vehicle Recovery Specialist 2008

PADI, Dive Master 2008

CPR & AED

Cisco CCNA Certification process, Completed CCNA1, CCNA2, CCNA3 and CCNA4.

Reserve Law Enforcement Certification (CLEET) (2002), Lawton, OK

Continuing Education, General Studies, (38 credit hours) Pikes Peak College (1997), Lawton, OK

Certificate, Basic Real Estate Course, Keystone Real Estate School (2001)

Licensed, Oklahoma Realtor®, State of Oklahoma (2001)

Certificate, Small Group Leader Training Course (1993), Fort Sill, OK

Certificate, Instructor Training Course (1993), Fort Sill, OK

Diploma, Advanced Management Leadership Course, US Army School (1989), Fort Sill, OK

Certificate, MLRS Family of munitions Course 2F-F16/043-ASIY1, US Army School (1989), Fort Sill, OK

Diploma, Basic Management Leadership Course, US Army (1987), Fort Sill, OK

Diploma, Primary Management Leadership Course, US Army, (1985), Fort Hood, TX

Diploma, MLRS crewmember Course, US Army School (1984), Fort Sill, OK

Certificate, US Army Drill Instructor Course, (1982), Binghamton, NY

Diploma, Field Communications Electronic Equipment Mech. Course, US Army School (1977), Fort Sill, OK

Diploma, Seton Catholic Central H.S. Graduate, (1977), Binghamton, NY

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U.S. Army
RETIRED

JUL76 – JUL877 (InActive Reserves)
JUL77 – JUL80 (Active)
JUL80- MAY84 (Reserves)
MAY84 – JUN01 (Active)

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1977- 1977

Fort Sill Basic training and Advanced Individual training. Class 45-77

Field Communications Electronic Equipment Mechanic. Diploma
Awarded 31B MOS

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1977 – 1980

Field Communications Electronic Equipment Mechanic. Goepigen Germany 1BN 26th INF Division Forward

Awards (Army Commendation) ARCOM
French Commando Badge
Drivers Badge Track/Wheel

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1980 – 1984

RESERVES Combat Engineer.  Binghamton, New York 98th Division

Promoted Sergeant
Drill Sergeants Badge
Awarded 12B MOS
Awarded 11B MOS

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1984 – 1984

Fort Sill Basic training and Advanced Individual training. Class 28-84

Multiple Launch Rocket System Crewmember. Diploma
Awarded 13M MOS
Promoted to PV-2

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1984 – 1985

Fort Hood Texas. 1BN – 92 FA

Positions: Ammunition Truck Driver and Communications Section Chief

Promoted to PFC, SPC, Sergeant

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1985 – 1989

Germany. 1BN – 94th FA

Positions: Ammunition Section Chief and Multiple Launch Rocket System Section Chief, Physical Security/Crime Prevention NCO

Promoted to Staff Sergeant
AAM
AAM

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1989 – 1992

Germany. 6BN – 27th FA

Positions: Multiple Launch Rocket System Section Chief

BRONZE STAR MEDAL
ARCOM
ARCOM
ARCOM
ARMY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL (AAM)
41st BDE Certificate
BN Certificate
BN Certificate

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1992 – 1994

Germany. 6BN – 29th FA

Positions: Platoon Sergeant, Multiple Launch Rocket System Section Chief

ARCOM
ARCOM
AAM
Honorable Order of Saint Barbara
Promoted to Sergeant First Class

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1994 – 1997

U. S. Army Noncommissioned Officer Academy (Ft. Sill, OK.)

Positions: Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Instructor, Operations Sergeant, LAN Manager/Computer system support tech.

Managed local operations of the Academy network. As Information Assurance Security Officer (IASO), issued access passwords, set up new user access, monitored system

security, and performed system troubleshooting from access to computer repairs. Designed a MS Access database utilized in all operation of the academy from enrollment to

graduation, which saved hundreds of man-hours of work. Installed a Peer to Peer network between seven offices which automated the academy and for the first time which

allowed file sharing and the usage of the newly created data base. Supervised the personnel operations of the Fort Sill Leadership Academy. Received work objectives. Prepared

and disseminated work schedules, operating procedures, and instructions. Wrote technical and personnel reports.

MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL
ARCOM
AAM

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1997 – 1998

Korea 6BN  37FA

Positions: Platoon Sergeant

Designed and implemented a MS Access data base used to collect organizational data which reduced the number of man hours it took to create reports. Supervised between 12 to

20 personnel. Accomplished all assigned work objectives. Made work assignments and supervised job performance. Ensured work was done in a safe manner and in accordance

with required procedures. Trained in job performance skills. Wrote technical and personnel reports. Managed the maintenance and operations of over 11 million dollars worth of

equipment.

AAM
2nd ID Certificate

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1998 – 2001

Fort Sill, Ok.  1BN  77FA

Positions: Platoon Sergeant, Operations Security Manager

Responsible for managing personnel and equipment security requirements for an organization with over 300 personnel. Prepared and submitted paperwork to update security

clearances. Monitored and inspected physical security of work and field sites. Verified that all security precautions were followed to safeguard classified documents and

equipment. Briefed senior management on all security matters.

MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL
ARCOM
AAM
AAM
AAM
Selected for Master Sergeant (2000 Board)

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RETIRED JUNE 2001

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Instructor
2002-2004

Instructor

Tec Masters Inc.
Lawton, Ok.  73505

Certified Instructor/writer at Critz Hall, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Develop risk assessment control measures for daily training. Helped train in the excess of 1,300 students annually.

Equipment trainer for the Multiple Launch Rocket System. Certified Department of Defense (DOD) instructor in the following classes: Organizational maintenance, Fire Control

System Components, Fire Control system controls and indicators , Fire Control System Start-up and Shut-down procedures, Map Reading, Heavy Expandable Mobility Tactical

Truck (HEMTT) introduction, HEMTT crane operation procedures, HEMTT preventive maintenance checks and services, HEMTT ammunition upload and download procedures,

HEMT ammunition tie-down procedures, Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) introduction, MLRS preventive maintenance checks and services, MLRS drivers duties during a fire

mission, and MLRS ammunition reload procedures. Certified to conduct end of cycle hands on and written tests. Assist in the maintenance and upkeep of all vehicles and

equipment.

U.S. Army FA School 13M Technical Instructor Certified #4179

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Law Enforcement
2001- 2004

Comanche County Sheriffs Office
Lawton, OK 73501

Corrections Officer / Reserve Deputy
Completed Oklahoma Law Enforcement Training. Commissioned as a Sheriffs Deputy Reserve Officer. Assisted full time deputies while conducting county patrolling duties,

worked in the legal department, trained with the dispatcher, and assisted the investigations section. Have provided assistance in security for several local events. Worked full

time in the jail section as a corrections officer processing detainees in and out of the county jail. Maintained discipline, supervised feeding, supervised cell clean up, and laundry.

Maintained the jail computer systems and helped in the management of the Sheriffs’ Department Local Area Network (LAN).

Certified Reserve Law Enforcement Officer in the State of Oklahoma 160hrs

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Realtor

2001-2004

Realtor®
Coldwell Banker Realtors
Lawton, Ok. 73501

Installed computer software on local computers, designed and managed Coldwell Bankers, Crossroads Realtors first web site, set up e-mail accounts for other agents, repaired

computer systems, and trained other realtors® on computer system operations and internet basics. Organized sales leads, conducted interviews with buyers and sellers,

submitted contracts and sold real estate.

Completed Keystone Real Estate School (Basic Real Estate Course)
Oklahoma Real Estate Commission active Provisional Real Estate Sales Associate.

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Web Site Design/Management
1998 – Present

TST Advertising Inc. (Owner) Hobby on the side.
Lawton, Ok 73505

CEO, Manage all aspects of the corporation.  Design all web sites and manage all DOMAINS. Make initial contact with clients, consult on web content, design web site and make

changes as requested. Purchase DOMAIN names and set up DOMAIN accounts. Submit web content to web servers. Design and create all Banners.

Currently managing 53 web site accounts.

Use MS Front Page for web site design and publishing.

FTP Programs for submitting content to web server.

Use several photo programs for manipulation of graphics. Photo Studio 2000, Adobe, Xara 3D…

Use java script programs for creating buttons. (Xara Menu Maker)
www.LawtonOK-Realty.com
www.TSTadvertisinginc.net
www.TSTadvertisinginc.com
www.ItemsForSaleAtTheLake.com

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Computer Engineer
2005-Present

Network Administrator
Computer Engineer

www.EVSChelpdesk.com

UVA, Environmental Sciences
Charlottesville, Va 22904

Maintain and manage: 2 Window 2003 Servers, 1 WIN 2000 Advanced Server, 1 Linux Web Server, 2 UNIX servers, and 1 Symantec Antivirus Server. In the process of designing a

new departmental web site.  In the process of setting up a new departmental computer cluster. Provide computer,  printer repair and trouble shooting support for Staff, Faculty,

students along with the ABCRC research Facility. Designed and wired the network at the new ABCRC Research Facility on the Eastern Shore. www.vcrlter.virginia.edu

Provide input for all departmental upgrades.

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