Infantry Resume Sample

Infantryman works with the military to complete soldier-related tasks. Some of this job entails standing guard, providing first aid, defending property, and accompanying officers on inspections. The top skills for this position are physical strength, customer service, self-control, listening skills, awareness of public safety practices, and punctuality. A high school diploma or equivalent is usually required for this position.

The Best Infantry Resume Samples

These are some examples of accomplishments we have handpicked from real Infantry resumes for your reference.

Infantryman

  • Prevented unauthorized access into secure areas and ensured policies and regulations were enforced.
  • Conducted continuous Security checks of the compound, reported security violations.
  • Inspected field communications equipment for defects and reported same promptly to superior officers.
  • Handled high volumes of calls for service, which included responding to requests for welfare checks on nonviolent persons, assisting victims of domestic violence, and conducting foot pursuits.
  • Propelled a team performance of 22 sworn personnel through the coordination of over 5 million dollars in grant money.

Infantryman

  • Displayed a high level of competence and professionalism under stressful situations.
  • Expertly managed Operations ensuring the safety of 41 service members’ personal files, ensuring that they were well maintained and accounted for at all times, and making it efficiently accessible for the organization.
  • Efficiently operated and maintained full accountability of multiple tactical vehicles valued over 175,000 dollars.
  • Optimized professional relationships with citizens in the community by patrolling over 160 incidents that ranged from traffic to criminal arrests.
  • Effectively dispersed crowds which included hundreds of people with minimal injury to anyone involved; received accolades from Chief of Police and Mayor as a result.

Infantryman

  • Supervised, trained, and ensured the safety and welfare of a 4-person team, maintaining a 100% safety record.
  • Ensured work areas were safe and hazardous materials were stored according to OSHA, EPA, and DOD regulations, resulting in 0 workplace accidents.
  • Consistently scored in the top 10% of a 100-person organization during the semi-annual physical fitness training.
  • A performed daily regimen of physical fitness to include running, push-ups, sit-ups, road marches, and lightweight training.
  • Handled volatile situations with ease after routinely demonstrating my ability to assess crises through the application of critical thinking skills.

Infantryman

  • Worked directly under Battalion Commander and Command Sergeant Major and reported daily to my place of work on Fort Drum.
  • Managed grounds and maintenance operations in accordance with general and seasonal requirements.
  • Taught and ensured compliance with established safety procedures.
  • Served successfully as a team leader in a special tactical operations unit, responsible for advanced training, leadership, and mentoring of junior special operations soldiers.
  • Successfully managed an advanced weapons and tactics program for numerous military operators in the Middle East.

Infantryman

  • Daily engaged the local populace as part of counterinsurgency objective of separating the civilian population from insurgents.
  • Executed direct action “kill or capture” missions under the supervision of the Asymmetric Warfare Group several times a month, accomplishing our objectives.
  • Trained a squad of Afghan National Army soldiers into a force multiplier, from basic weapons skills to platoon tactics, and integrated them into the coalition mission.
  • Supervised this Afghan National Army squad, during presence patrols and direct action missions.
  • Participated in a five-day mission in the Chark district and surrounding villages in an effort to recover two captured American service members.

Infantryman

  • Maintains, edits creates, and distributes documents for 100 personnel who serve in an Infantry company.
  • Acts as a conduit for important files going between the company and the battalion.
  • Edits and corrects documents that must be passed up to the commander for approval.
  • Served for more than two years as an M240 machine gunner, in the 1st Battalion, 503rd infantry regiment, 173rd Airborne, in Vicenza Italy.
  • Served as a member of the crew that coordinated all tactical law enforcement activities for the United States European Command Headquarters located in Stuttgart, Germany.

Infantryman

  • Trained and developed a team of six personnel, ensured that all orders from executive leadership were carried out in a quick and efficient manner.
  • Highly skilled in proper property inventory procedures and property accountability.
  • Maintained accurate record keeping, including personnel file management and training records.
  • Communicated urgent orders and directions effectively up and down the chain of command; relayed all orders for missions to subordinate personnel while voicing concerns and feedback from personnel to executive leadership.
  • Led multiple types of firearms training to include pistol and machine-gun instruction to several hundred officers from various nations.

Infantryman

  • Conducted weapons placement after potential battle terrain evaluation.
  • Inspected field communications equipment for defects and reported same promptly to superior officers.
  • Operated and maintained a variety of weapons equipment vehicles and systems.
  • Cleaned and ensured storage of machine guns rifles anti-tank mines and other assorted combat weaponry.
  • Participated in numerous top-secret law enforcement operations that ranged from hostage rescue to counter-terrorism operations throughout Latin America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Infantryman

  • Able to communicate effectively with a diverse population, respond to changing requirements and meet deadlines.
  • Selected for senior positions over peers and sought after for most challenging assignments.
  • Led a four-man team in Operation Enduring Freedom patrolling operational areas and performing reconnaissance search and destroy missions.
  • Documented and processed classified materials while complying with policies and regulations.
  • Member of the 3rd Infantry Division and member of the 1st Pathfinders.

Infantryman

  • Conducted weapons placement after potential battle terrain evaluation.
  • Inspected field communications equipment for defects, and reported the same promptly to superior officers.
  • Operated and maintained a variety of weapons equipment, vehicles, and systems.
  • Inspected and maintained over 1 million dollars in communication equipment assigned to the company.
  • Participated in Operation Desert Storm/Shield.

Infantryman

  • Supervised and conducted duties with personnel in the work environment; ensuring that work was completed correctly the first time.
  • Operated and maintained a variety of weapons equipment, vehicles, and systems.
  • Entrusted with the operation, maintenance, and accountability of over $2.5 million worth of U.S. Army equipment.
  • Received two Bronze Stars, two Army Commendation Medals with “V” Device (Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster), and six Army Achievement Medals with “V” Devices (Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters).
  • Sustained injuries during deployment, resulting in medical disability retirement.

Infantryman

  • Conducted and coordinated squad-level operations in Israel for the successful outcomes of events with no negative results.
  • Continuously maintained responsibility and accountability for 14 service members and over 2 million dollars worth of equipment.
  • Coordinated with the platoon commander in developing and maintaining tight security perimeters during Operation Sea Lion leading to an increase of overall company security by 30 percent.
  • Have excellent communication skills.
  • Greeted, challenged, and educated over 100 military members, foreign officials, and dignitaries who came to the United States for business or official purposes.

Wrap Up

Resumes are a crucial aspect of any job search. In order to make a good first impression, it is important that your resume be formatted and written professionally.

Hope these samples gave you an idea of what your resume should look like and some tips on how to make sure that your resume stands out from the rest.

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