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Richard Parella

Experience

Assistant Professor of Naval Science

The George Washington University NROTC Unit

March 2009 - June 2012

Advise a sophomore class of 18. Professionally develop midshipmen into effective Naval Officers/leaders. Instruct an undergraduate US Naval History course, “Sea Power and Maritime Affairs”. Develop curriculum and lectures. Manage all outside correspondence, personnel evaluations, and standard operating procedures/instructions. Supervise the three civilian employees assigned to the unit.

Advising students
Developing curriculum/lectures
Managing command correspondance
Assistant Professor of Naval Science

The George Washington University NROTC Unit

March 2009 - June 2012

Advise a sophomore class of 18. Professionally develop midshipmen into effective Naval Officers/leaders. Instruct an undergraduate US Naval History course, “Sea Power and Maritime Affairs”. Develop curriculum and lectures. Manage all outside correspondence, personnel evaluations, and standard operating procedures/instructions. Supervise the three civilian employees assigned to the unit.

ex: Management
ex: Gardening
ex: PHP
Primary Pilot NATOPS Evaluator

Patrol Squadron Five

August 2008 - February 2009

Administered ground and flight evaluations for 36 squadron pilots, ensuring that all pilots remained tactically proficient. Developed remediation training for pilots failing to perform at desired level of proficiency. Consulted by the Commanding Officer on the selection, training, and qualification of all flight instructors.

ex: Management
ex: Gardening
ex: PHP
Safety/ NATOPS Division Officer

Patrol Squadron Five

July 2008 - February 2009

Supervised the administrative and operational efforts of six NATOPS track managers tasked with monitoring the training of more than 160 personnel. Managed squadron’s evaluation program to ensure all 120 aircrew remained fully qualified and combat ready while operating from multiple deployment locations. Supervised the command’s aviation safety and ground safety programs. Primary Pilot NATOPS Evaluator

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Pilot NATOPS Officer

Patrol Squadron Five

March 2008 - February 2009

Standardized the training and evaluation for 36 pilots, encompassing 12 combat aircrews, allowing the command to meet pilot qualification requirements dictated by various deployment locations. Maintained an online database to ensure pilots met monthly training requirements.

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Mission Commander/Instructor Pilot

Patrol Squadron Five

December 2007 - February 2009

Made strategic decisions in high risk situations in support of operations around the world. Directly led a team of 11 personnel, each with a distinct technical skill set, onboard the aircraft. Collated and analyzed rapidly flowing information from the seven aircraft stations and led team efforts to tactically execute the mission. Trained, monitored, and evaluated the performance of 36 pilots. Supervised quality assurance, ensuring aviators demonstrated the required skills and aptitude to safely complete combat mission objectives.

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Flight Officer

Patrol Squadron Five

June 2007 - March 2008

Coordinated with other commands and allocated aircraft assets to ensure pilots met training and proficiency requirements.

ex: Management
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Ground Safety Officer

Patrol Squadron Five

October 2006 - June 2007

Planned and directed the conduct of squadron’s safety seminars, covering topics such as workplace and personal safety. Created hazard reports, which highlighted potential dangers to aviators. Developed and implemented the squadron’s safety program, encompassing over 300 personnel.

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Public Affairs Officer

Patrol Squadron Five

October 2005 - October 2006

Squadron representative for briefing dignitaries and press regarding the capabilities of the P-3C aircraft.

ex: Management
ex: Gardening
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Lieutenant/Pilot

US Navy

December 2004 - June 2012

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Naval Aviation Student

Training Wing Four

October 2003 - January 2005

Refined piloting skills in the T-34 and the T-44 aircraft. Graduated with distinction from Advanced Flight Training.

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Workplace personality

100+

Company Size

12

Day Length

25+

Team Size

Loud

Noise Level

Formal

Dress Code

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