Anthony Garcia

Army 67J O-3, Active Duty

San Francisco, CA

Years of Service: 8 years, May 1999 - May 2007


Leadership Learning and Development Instructor, U. S. Army,
February 2006 - May 2007

Assistant Department Manager, U. S. Army,
October 2003 - February 2006

Department Special Projects Officer, U. S. Army,
May 2003 - October 2003


MBA, Cornell University - Johnson School of Business,
September 2007 - May 2009

Work Experience

Leadership Learning and Development Instructor February 2006 - May 2007

Army | 67J | O-3 | Fort Sam Houston Joint Base San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, USA

  • Facilitated employee training in medical, medical administrative, and combat medical related topics for over 250 students over 17 months.
  • Delivered employee leadership training in the areas of personal character: 1) adherence to personal and organizational values, 2) displaying empathy, and 3) possessing discipline.
  • Taught courses in performance analysis, cause analysis, complex problem-solving, decision-making, and effective communication.
  • Developed leaders to be capable of training and preparing an organization to accomplish their assigned mission.

Assistant Department Manager October 2003 - February 2006

Army | 67J | O-3 | Fort Lewis, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA, USA/Balad Iraq

  • Led and managed over 90 pilots, crew-chiefs, and flight medics; Provided MEDEVAC coverage to 6 locations in Iraq covering a footprint of roughly half the size of California
  • Under my leadership I directed over 4,000 flying missions for the largest Army Medical Air Ambulance Company ever fielded for combat resulting in zero flight accidents and combat fatalities
  • Responsible for the medical evacuation and care of over 6,500 patients, comprised of Iraqi civilians, Coalition forces and insurgent enemy forces
  • Positioned the department to achieve the vision and mission of the organization's higher headquarters through leadership and assistance of the department manager.

Department Special Projects Officer May 2003 - October 2003

Army | 67J | O-3 | Fort Lewis, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA, USA/Balad Iraq

  • Assisted in selecting the organization's key projects and was also instrumental in recommending which organization members should staff the project teams.
  • Effectively used strong communication and group problem-solving skills to remove obstacles and achieve project team results.
  • Served as the organization's systems integrator.

Top Skills

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Meritorious Service Medal

May 2007

Army Commendation Medal

January 2006

Bronze Star Medal

December 2005

Air Medal

November 2005

Army Meritorious Unit Commendation

November 2005

Sikorsky 1000 Hours of Flight award

October 2005

Army Commendation Medal

August 2004

Air Medal

March 2004

Bronze Star Medal

March 2004

Army Commendation Medal

March 2003

Army Achievement Medal

February 2003

Army Achievement Medal

August 1999

Training and Certifications

Hazardous Materials Certification (HAZMAT)

May 2001

UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter Qualification Training

February 2001

Initial Entry Rotary Wing (Army Helicopter Training)

April 2000

Army Air Assault School

July 1997


MBA, Strategy and Finance

Cornell University - Johnson School of Business, Ithaca, NY, USA

September 2007 - May 2009

BS, Business Administration

St Mary's University, San Antonio, TX, USA

September 1995 - May 2005