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Julio  Gonzalez

6605 California st, Camp Lejeune, NC, 28547, United States

(C) 910-388-7770,



To fill a position as a Transportation Commodity Supervisor that is organizationally located at various work Departments within the DOD or a civilian equivalent company.  To be able administer and direct the full range of departmental motor transport operations.  Serve as the principal site manager of transportation and equipment commodities.  Exercise complete supervisory responsibility for the economical, efficient and timely accomplishments of the administration, operation, maintenance, acquisition and disposition of a fleet of motor transport, and various other miscellaneous transportation support specialized equipment. Conduct studies to determine transportation service requirements for the installation and or company.  To lead and conduct continuing studies to insure the most economical and efficient means of transportation services are provided to military and civilian personnel command sponsored transportation activities.


Work Experience


Negotiate and authorize contracts with equipment and materials suppliers, and monitor contract fulfillment. Develop criteria, application instructions, procedural manuals, and contracts for Military and federal transportation programs. Analyze expenditures and other financial information to develop plans, policies, and budgets for increasing profits and improving services. Set operations policies and standards, including determination of safety procedures for the handling of dangerous goods.

Last Employer: United States MArine Corps, 2ND INTEL BN

Contact Person: Maj Clontz , 910-451-6596

Responsibilities: Assist workers in tasks such as loading vehicles on tractor trailers or aboard ship. Compute and estimate cash, payroll, transportation, personnel, and storage requirements. Confer with customers, supervisors, contractors, and other personnel to exchange information and to resolve problems. Direct workers in transportation or related services, such as pumping, moving, storing, and loading or unloading of materials or people. Dispatch personnel and vehicles in response to telephone or radio reports of emergencies. Drive vehicles or operate machines or equipment to complete work assignments or to assist workers. Enforce safety rules and regulations. Examine, measure, and weigh cargo or materials to determine specific handling requirements. Explain and demonstrate work tasks to new workers or assign training tasks to experienced workers. Inspect or test materials, stock, vehicles, equipment, and facilities to ensure that they are safe, free of defects, and consistent with specifications.

Accomplishments: -Supervised and coordinated the maintenance cycle to ensure maintenance efficiency which resulted in an increase of Motor Transport Readiness from 76% to 98%. -Managed and coordinated the maintenance close-out phase on over 392 Equipment Repair Orders (ERO) and supervised more than 3,023 labor man hours. -Ensured proper maintenance procedures were adhered to which resulted in 2,160 successful mission runs totaling over 190,290 miles traveled and over 524,660 lbs hauled. -Implemented an effective licensing program that qualified 250 HMMWV incidental operators. -Led, trained, mentored, and counseled over (43) Marines in the S-4 Section. -Served as company 1stSgt for two months and assisted the HQ Company Commander with training, logistic, battalion briefings, promotions and awards, along with community relations, and other duties as directed for over 203 Marines.


Conduct employee training sessions on subjects such as hazardous material handling, employee orientation, quality improvement and computer use. Direct activities of staff performing repairs and maintenance to equipment, vehicles, and facilities. Monitor operations to ensure that staff members comply with administrative policies and procedures, safety rules, union contracts, and government regulations.

Last Employer: United States Marine Corps, 1ST BN 12 MAR

Contact Person: Maj Hubbard, 808-257-1344

Responsibilities: Maintain or verify records of time, materials, expenditures, and crew activities. Monitor field work to ensure that it is being performed properly and that materials are being used as they should be. Perform or schedule repairs and preventive maintenance of vehicles and other equipment. Plan and establish transportation routes. Plan work assignments and equipment allocations to meet transportation, operations, or production goals. Prepare, compile, and submit reports on work activities, operations, production, and work-related accidents. Recommend and implement measures to improve worker motivation, equipment performance, work methods, and customer services. Recommend or implement personnel actions, such as employee selection, evaluation, and rewards or disciplinary actions.

Accomplishments: -Completed a six-month battery Unit Deployment Program from Marine Corps Base Hawaii to Okinawa, Japan. -Successfully completed the embark and debark of 12 MTVRs (7-ton trucks), 12 HMMWVs, 11 trailers, 6 M198 howitzers artillery gun, and associated gear from Okinawa, Japan to Thailand for Exercise Cobra Gold 2005. -Effectively managed the maintenance effort during the 14-day field exercise, and ensured that the battery's rolling stock was serviceable and mission capable for numerous day and night movements on public roadways in and out of Thailand training areas for a total of 25,000 miles accident free, 576,000 lbs Hauled and 430 Marines transported. -Redeployed to MCB Hawaii on advance party and conducted a turnover with B Battery 1/12 Motor Transport section of 15 MTVRs (7-ton trucks), 9 HMMWVs, 14 trailers, and associated gear, identifying SL-3 and corrective maintenance discrepancies and inducting necessary equipment. -Executed a systematic plan in which approx (325) Marines in Headquarters Battery conducted its Post-deployment Training, to include completion of Post Deployment Health Assessments (PDHAs), at conclusion of unit's deployment in Iraq. -Managed, planned, and supervied the move of (655)personnel from Living Support Area (LSA) Gettysburg into transient billeting over a two day period, as well as identified, accounted for, and supervised over (3,003) maintenance and key work requests for billeting area. -Coordinated with ADVON I personnel and prepared billeting for return of over (167) Marines to home station.

OPERATIONS TRUCK MASTER (06/01/2001 – 08/01/2004)

Knowledge of principles and methods for moving people or goods by air, rail, sea, or road, including the relative costs and benefits. Management recommendations, such as proposed fee and tariff increases or schedule changes. Monitor spending to ensure that expenses are consistent with approved budgets. Direct procurement processes including equipment research and testing, vendor contracts, and requisitions approval.

Last Employer: United States Marine Corps, MWSS 273

Contact Person: GySgt Grant, 843-228-8336

Responsibilities: Requisition needed personnel, supplies, equipment, parts, or repair services. Resolve worker problems or collaborate with employees to assist in problem resolution. Review orders, production schedules, blueprints, and shipping or receiving notices to determine work sequences and material shipping dates, types, volumes, and destinations. Providing information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person.

Accomplishments: -Inducted 393 motor transport repair orders into the maintenance cycle. -Inducted 75 vehicles into the paint facility. -Ensured that the Weely Availability Report was submitted for 201 pieces of motor transport equipment. -Directly managed the motor transport operations through 1,722 runs equating to 391,690 accident free miles, 3,193 passengers carried, and 2.9 million lbs of cargo hauled. -Directly managed over 193 sets of SL-3 tools in the On Vehicle Equipment (OVE) toolroom. -Briefed the Officer In Charge (OIC) and Staff Non-Commissioned Officer In Charge (SNCOIC) on all matters on motor transport as well as projects pending. -Directly ensured as well as supervised the Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) in making sure that 273 Marines are following all safety, operation and counseling procedures.


Transportation knowledge of principles and methods for moving people or goods by air, rail, sea, or road, including the relative costs and benefits. Customer and Personal Service knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction. Administration and Management knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources.

Last Employer: United States Marine Corps, 9TH ESB

Contact Person: GySgt Hunt,011-81-1-399-2043

Responsibilities: assign work to staff or employees. compile numerical or statistical data. Conduct or attend staff meetings. Confer with customer representatives. Consult with managerial or supervisory personnel. Demonstrate or explain assembly or use of equipment. Determine response needed to dispatch to emergency situation. Develop maintenance schedules. Direct and coordinate activities of workers or staff. Direct and coordinate highway transportation activities. Drive truck with capacity greater than 3 tons. Establish employee performance standards. Estimate time or cost for installation, Repair, or construction projects. Expedite freight movement. Explain rules, policies or regulations. Explain work orders, specifications, or work techniques to workers. Hire, discharge, transfer, or promote workers. Inspect facilities to determine repair or replacement needs. Inspect machinery or equipment to determine adjustments or repairs needed. Inspect or test materials to verify safety Standards or ensure meeting of specifications. Maintain file of job openings. Maintain inventory of office equipment or furniture. Maintain job descriptions. Maintain or repair cargo or passenger vehicle. Maintain production or work records. Maintain records, reports, or files. Monitor worker performance. Operate material moving, loading, or unloading equipment.

Accomplishments: - Managed 4,925 vehicle commitments totaling over 527,000 safe-driving miles traveled while hauling over 3.5 Million tons of cargo. - Inducted 530 items of motor transport equipment for preventative and corrective maintenance repairs. - Performed detailed inspections of 215 Motor Transport Principle End Items (PEI), dispatching, records, and tool room sections. - Achieved a No Findings on a Commanding General?????s Logistics Readiness Inspection. - Supervised and Initiated a licensing program to upgrade motor transport drivers to operate communications vehicles and radio equipment for a total of 450 Marines. - Prepared and delivered 34 one-hour motor vehicle safety briefs to the battalion 635 Marines. - Managed all instruction, 4 instructors, and 16 students during a two-week battalion Corporals Course leadership instruction course. - Supervised administrative night convoy training for over 136 Marines in his motor transport section. - Ensured all Marines in the section completed his/her required military and occupational training.


Operate computer systems to schedule, route, track and invoice work. Maintain proper radio communications with technicians and operators. Review completed work orders with installer for accuracy prior to invoicing. Removes any unused inventory from completed work orders.

Last Employer: United States Marine Corps, 9TH ESB

Contact Person: CWO Arwood, 011-81-1-399-2154

Responsibilities: Maintains updated familiarity with local/assigned market (i.e., location of streets, subdivisions, businesses) and provides accurate directions for Marines when needed. Ensures proper information is on routing manifest and work orders before Marines leaves the facility. Maintains daily paperwork and operators files; ensures timesheets are printed, signed, and filed. Tracks vehicle mileage and maintenance. Updates truck maintenance files. Identifies and handles inaccuracies in dispatching. Licensing examiner, conduct driver training, prepare driving ranges, and administer written road, and skill tests.

Accomplishments: - Assisted in the Induction of over 74 motor transport repair orders into the maintenance cycle. - Ensured that the availability report was submitted for 256 pieces of motor transport equipment. - Dispatched 2,229 tactical vehicle operational runs equating to 216,894 accident free miles, 31,446 passengers carried, and over 941,200 lbs of cargo hauled. - Dispatched 429 commercial runs equating to 82,996 accident free miles and 3,223 passengers carried - Directly ensured and supervised the NCOs in making sure that Marines are following all safety procedures rules and regulations. - Trained and Certified over 1,430 Marines in the Battalion motor transport licensing program for an assorted tactical trucks ranging from 2 1/2 to 21 ton trucks. - Trained and Certified over 130 Marines in the Battalion motor transport licensing program for an assorted commercial trucks ranging from 3 to 5 ton trucks and up to 44 passenger busses.


Establishment: Staff Noncommissioned Officer Academy

Degree: Military Advance Leadership Course

Education Period: 08/10/2009 - 09/30/2009

Speciality: Staff Command Leadership Program

Average Grade: 95%

Details: Command or assist in commanding a motor transport unit. Perform the general duties of a special staff officer with respect to motor transport matters and advise the commander on deployment and employment of motor transport assets. Maintain motor transport equipment by establishing preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance, quality control, and effective training programs to ensure efficient performance of vehicles under all operational conditions. Recommend requirement for acquisitions, distribution and storage of motor transport assets.

Establishment: Logistic Operations School

Degree: Motor Transport Staff Noncommissioned Officer Course

Education Period: 02/22/1999 - 04/23/1999

Speciality: Vehicle Service and Management

Average Grade: 94%

Details: Motor transport operations chiefs course details in publications, MIMMS supply procedures, maintenance procedures and records. Motor transport operations, tactical convoy operations, preventive and 2nd echelon of maintenance for tactical and commercial vehicle up to 22 tons.

Establishment: Logistic Operations School

Degree: Motor Transport Operations Noncommissioned Officer Course

Education Period: 06/21/1996 - 07/19/1996

Speciality: Administration and Management

Average Grade: 97%

Details: Motor transport operations course details in maintenance administration and management. Transportation dispatching and cargo loading procedures. Tactical and administrative convoy procedures. Preventive maintenance up to 1st echelon of maintenance for tactical and commercial vehicle up to 22 tons.

Establishment: Third Marine Division Schools

Degree: Maintenance Management Clerk Course

Education Period: 03/16/1998 - 06/19/1998

Speciality: Maintenance Administration

Average Grade: 96.25

Details: Motor transport MIIMMS course details in maintenance administration, Supply support and MIMMS output reports. Along with Marine Corps maintenance related programs.

Establishment: Third Marine Division Schools

Degree: Maintenance Management Leaders Course

Education Period: 06/19/1998 - 08/06/1998

Speciality: Supervisor on Maintenance Administration

Average Grade: 98.44%

Details: Motor transport MIIMMS leaders course details in maintenance administration, supply support, reconciliation and MIMMS input/output reports. Along with Marine Corps/Army maintenance related programs.


1st Degree Black Belt in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP) Airborne qualified Electronic Key Management qualified Inter-service Non-Lethal weapons qualified

Computer Skills: Microsoft OS TCAIMS GCSS Marine Corps

Foreign Language Skills: Fluent spanish speaking translator

Additional Information

Certifications or Licensures: Qualified and licensed to Drive Tactical; M998/1038/1043/1044/1045/1046/1123/1097 HMMWV 2 1/4 tons M997/M1035 Ambulance 2 1/4 tons M1114/1151/1165 Armor HMMWV 2 1/2 ton MK 23/25/27/28 MTVR 7 ton truck AMK 23/25/27/28 Armor MTVR 7 ton truck Dragoon Armor personnel 13 1/2 ton truck Commercial; 3 to 5 ton trucks Vans 16 Passenger Bus 26 Passenger Bus 46 Passenger Bus 80 Passenger Explosive and Hazardous Material Driver.


To develop long range plans giving due consideration to such factors as projected fluctuations in maintenance and operational workloads, budgets requirements, manpower requirements and constraints, equipment availability/condition. Developed organizational plans, including a 3-5 year plan for acquisition of new/replacement of motor transport equipment, minor property maintenance plans and Presidential mandated fleet initiatives. Ensure that the government and/or civilian contractor meet financial program management requirements. Establish controls to monitor contractor expenses as applicable. carry out department policies, directives, programs and goals. Participate in Command EEO, Environmental, Safety, Incentive Awards and Work Improvements committees as required. Oversee the Weight handling certification program.