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1959 North 1450 East voodooarnold@yahoo.

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Provo, UT 84604 abravoco@yahoo.com
(760) 638-3554

Firas Ali Aneed AL Ebadi

Objective Seeking a career providing training in Iraqi Arabic and cultural training
for Security Company or Agency preferably as a member of a Personal
Security Detachment. My intention is to provide the maximum amount of
combat relevant training for personal entering combat zones. I am
technically and tactically proficient in this area having served with US
forces in Iraq for six years and receiving many commendations during
this service. I am also available for a position as an English-Arabic
Interpreter.

Experience
September 2009 – Present
• Working and studying English language and writing book on my
experiences as an Iraqi national interpreter with US forces.

April 2009 – August 2009


• Interpreter training at Ft. Jackson, SC. Obtained proficiency score
of 86 on Army ECL.

December 2008 – April 2009


• Working and studying English language and writing book on my
experiences as an Iraqi national interpreter with US forces.

November 2007 – November 2008 4-64, FOB Falcon, Iraq


US Army Interpreter and Advisor
• Provided Iraqi Arabic Language and cultural training for soldiers.
• 4-64 MiTT team translator working with the Iraqi Security Forces
sharing the Area of Operation of the 4-64 Armor.
• 4-64 Bravo Company played an integral part in helping Coalition
Forces incorporate Iraqi Army into their combat patrols in Saydiyah
Iraq.
• Helped Coalition Forces work with city council members, Iraqi
Army Officers, and Iraqi National Police to integrate Shiite and Sunni
into a local volunteer security force.
• Help head the screening, processing, and training of more than
300 local security volunteers.
• Aided the commander and Platoon leaders in working with the city
council to secure contracts necessary to restore electricity, sewage,
and clean-up trash in vital areas of Baghdad.
• Provided nutritional and fitness advice to more than 100 soldiers
during intense combat patrol cycles.

October 2007 – November 2007 C 1-18 IN, 2 BDE, 1 ID, FOB


Falcon, Iraq
US Army Interpreter and Advisor
• Advised US forces on present situation upon arrival to new unit.
• Introduced US forces to Iraqi customs and weapons.
• Participated in joint operations with US and Iraqi National Police
forces; conducting joint combat patrols, raids, and Traffic Control
Points.
• Translated significant documents for US forces on numerous
occasions.

July 2007 – October 2007 TMG, Baghdad, Iraq


Assistant Team Leader and Interpreter
• Interpreter and Driver in all American camps in Iraq.

April 2007 – July 2007 10th group special forces


FLE team support battalion Interpreter and advisor & operator
• Duties in over all Iraq against terrorists (Al Qaeda) and militia of
“Almehdi army”.
• Trained on all kinds of weapons including pistols, rifles…..etc

March 2007 – April 2007 C 1-18 IN, 2 BDE, 1 ID, FOB Falcon, Iraq
US Army Interpreter and Advisor
• Translated significant documents for US forces on numerous
occasions.
• Trained US combat teams in Iraqi customs and weapons.
• Advised US forces on present situation upon arrival of new unit.
• Participated in joint operations with US and Iraqi National Police
forces; conducting joint combat patrols, raids, and Traffic Control
Points.
• Assisted to negotiate multiple international contracts worth over
two million dollars

March 2006 – February 2007 3/1-6 MiTT IAG, Camp Justice, Iraq
US Military Transitional Team Interpreter and Advisor
• Introduced US combat teams in Iraqi customs and weapons.
• Advised US forces on present situation upon arrival to new unit.
• Gathered intelligence within the battalion area of operation on
terrorist cells and activities of anti-coalition forces.
• Participated in joint operations with U.S. and Iraqi Army forces;
conducting presence patrols, Traffic Control Point (TCP) security
and numerous raids.
• Influenced local businesses to donate much needed supplies for
the people of the displacement camps during joint operations
“Sandman Cares”.

September 2005 – March 2006 1-71 CAV(RSTA), Camp Justice, Iraq


US Military Transitional Team Interpreter and Advisor
• Trained US forces in Iraqi customs and weapons.
• Advised US forces on present situation upon arrival to new unit.
• Consultant for the placement of barriers during the Iraqi
Constitutional Referendum.

June 2005 – September 2005 2-156 IN (M), Camp Justice, Iraq


US Military Transitional Team Interpreter
 Aided US forces in training the Iraqi Army.
 Gained extensive knowledge in Iraqi Security Forces organization.
 Facilitated the acquisition of Intelligence between both US and IA
forces.

April 2005 – June 2005 256 BCT PSYOPS, Camp Liberty, Iraq
US Army Interpreter
• Assisted Psychological Operations Specialists in developing
PSYOP material by portraying the mood of the local populace in order
for them to develop an operational focus.
• Assisted PSYOPS by using Public Address systems in order to
deliver the PSYOP message.

February 2005 – March 2005 1-11 ACR, Camp Taji, Iraq


US Army Interpreter
• Actively participated in full combat operations including raids,
combat presence patrols both mounted and dismounted. Gained
contact with terrorists on multiple occasions.

February 2004 – February 2005 3-153 IN, FOB Gunslinger, Iraq


US Army Interpreter
• Provided Iraqi Arabic Language and cultural training for soldiers.
• Actively participated in full combat operations including raids,
combat presence patrols both mounted and dismounted. Gained
contact with terrorists on multiple occasions.
• Worked with ODA team and was trained with assault weapons,
crew served weapons, indirect fire weapons, pistols, knives, fire
discipline, swimming, camouflaging, sniper operations, and demolition
techniques.
• Conducted reconnaissance in civilian clothing using GPS and
digital cameras.
• Weight Trainer for Unit soldiers
April 2003 – January 2004 2-3 FA, Adhamiya Palace, Iraq
• Actively participated in full combat operations including raids,
combat presence patrols both mounted and dismounted. Gained
contact with terrorists on multiple occasions.
• Conducted reconnaissance in civilian clothing using GPS and
digital cameras.
• Weight Trainer for Unit soldiers

1998–2002 Hassan Alwan Al Zoubaydi, Baghdad, Iraq


Personal Body Guard
• Provided personal protection and transportation.
• Provided protection for his family and dwelling.

Education 2009 US Army ESL Training, Ft Jackson, SC


• ESL Certificate with score of 86

1998-2002 Al Rafidain University, Baghdad, Iraq


• Studied Operations Research for 3 years.
• Wish to continue in order to obtain degree once peace is restored,
on a part time basis if need be.

1994-1998 Al Mansour High School, Baghdad, Iraq


• Attained High School Diploma
• Electronics technician training program certificate

Interests Body building, Judo, poetry, swimming, computers and internet