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RESUME:

RESUME OF: GLENN FULLER

SUMMARY

Property Manement, Trust, Banckruptcy, Legal, Community Volunteer, Church mission last 6 years.
Over 22 years of experience in IT industry with diverse, HTML & SDLC experience since 1993.
Performed as Department Head, Project Manager, Senior Analyst, Programmer Analyst and Project Leader to design, develop, enhance and maintain a variety of Business Applications. Experience also includes Project Management, Business Analysis, System Analysis, Data Modeling, Data Mapping, Programming and Technical Writing.
Participated in Full Project Life Cycle Development methodologies, extensive Analysis and Development experience in On-line and Batch Applications.
Government experience for DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, SOCIAL SERVICES AND COURT SYSTEMS.
Excellent experience in Women Infant and Children (WIC) Application Software System. Worked at two projects with AZ Department Of Agriculture and AZ State Department Of Health.
Excellent experience in governmental Fiscal Systems.
 Participated in Full Project Life Cycle Development methodologies, extensive Analysis and development experience in On-line and Batch Applications.
 Good experience in using software Connect Direct. Have experience in two categories:
 An IBM product DB2 Connect, which is an interface to connect to DB2 databases for process products like SAS and other procedural engines.
 Internet Service Providers that take orders for doctor mailing lists, package and ftp the information on a membership subscription basis through pre-approved credit lines.
 Expertise in Cobol, Cobol II, DB2, QMF, SQL, CICS, MVS, IMS DB/DC, TSO/ISPF, JCL, DL1, CSP, PL1, SQL, MVS, OS390, Connect Direct, MFS, VSAM, SPUFI, PANVALET, FILEAID, XPEDITER, ENDEAVOR, IBM Utilities, MQ Series, SUPRA, TELON, SAS, MS Office, etc.
Strong Analytical, Technical, Communication and Project Management skills.

EXPERIENCE

CONTRACT PROGRAMMERS, NY Dec 2000 to 2009
Summit Technologies Wellesville, NY

DRESSER-RAND, NY Mar 00 to Dec 00

Consultant Summit Technology Services, Inc.

 Conversion team consultant in manufacturing production integration: TSO/ISPF MVS/XA COBOLII CICS IMS SCLM MQ Series, IMS to SUPRA CICS DL1 and SUPRA COBOLII.
 Responsible for about 40 programs 1/3 on-line and the remaining batch some on-line starting printer activities. Mapping data, extracting from Mainframe, ftp to PC and uploading actual cost data into MS Access/Excel.

UNIVERSITY OF CLEVELAND HOSPITAL Feb 99 to Jun 99

Consultant BWI

 Business Analysis EDP auditing for Geac H:M and project status assessments TSO/ISPF MVS/XA CICS DB2 COBOL.
 Complete installation review procedures and version integration.

NDC, PHOENIX, AZ Apr 98 to Mar 00
Lead Programmer/Analyst Natural Data/Contract Programming

 Project Management and business analysis assigned to develop project plan for department system to improve process delivery to include organizing multiple platform databases (Oracle, DB2, VSAM, DASD) and delivery systems from traditional enterprise mainframe to client/server technology, vendor management, purchasing, data modeling, training, enhance staff delivery capabilities, and comply with Y2K requirements.
 IBM DB2 CONNECT, TSO/ISPF MVS/XA DB2, QMF, SAS, MS Office, MS Project and associated tools. UNIX interfaces and conversions.

TRICON/PEPSICO, KY Dec 97 to Apr 98

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 Business Analysis Geac HR:M YEAR 2000 EDI Interface conversion. TSO/ISPF MVS/XA COBOL, VSAM, ENDEAVOR.
 Assigned to support Human Resources/PAYROLL (Field Management System C, RSS6000, and UNIX) front end, document and convert.
 Other assignments are Long Term Savings and all Quarterly Reports to convert to Year 2000 DS1900 date formats. TELON COBOL DB2 interfacing with HR: E.

APS, PHOENIX, AZ Sept 97 to Dec 97

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 Business analysis and design TSO/ISPF MVS/XA IMS DL1, DB2, COBOL for MVS. Integrating
older IMS DL1/DB2 applications with new CA-HRISMA.
 Re-engineer and/or redesigning all other financial systems i.e. purchasing, payable, cash control, work order. Windows NT, MS Professional.

AMERICAN STORES, SALT LAKE CITY, UT May 97 to Aug 97

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 Business Analysis CICS/DB2 Financial. TSO/ISPF MVS/XA DBA DB2 test, EDI Business Analyst Store Billing: Requirements, Externals, Internals etc. full life cycle.
 Analysis and programming as assigned utilizing PANVALET, COBOL II CSP, CICS INFORMIX & IMPROMPTU (4G/L), MS Project.

McDONNELL DOUGLAS, MESA, AZ July 96 to Apr 97

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 Business Analysis and Project Manager for EDI worldwide customer information, and installation support of European warehouse operation.
 Support, re-engineering and development of systems for military and commercial products, estimating, purchasing, and vendor management. Vendor software ASI release 8.2 upgrading to release 20.4. TSO/ISPF MVS/XA COBOL, VSAM, CICS, IDMS 12.0.
 Development required using APS CASE Tool, NOVELL, LAN WORKPLACE, Remote Groupwise, MS Project and Microsoft workbench. Windows 3.11 & 95, WORD, EXCEL, with ISO 9000 participation and training. FOCUS support, ADVANTIS/IBM local administrator and YEAR 2000 activities.

AMERICAN EXPRESS, PHOENIX, AZ Feb 96 to July 96

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 Business analysis TSO/ISPF MVS/XA IMS DC/DB2 development for Global New Accounts directory assistance.
 Analysis and programming as assigned utilizing LIBRARIAN, COBOL II and COBOL 370 utilizing Pitney - Bowes products i.e.. FINALIST with YEAR 2000 supports. Technical manager responsibilities for company personnel.

AMERICAN STORES, SALT LAKE CITY, UT May 95 to Jan 96
Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 Primary EDI business analyst contact for key application coordinating with users directly, processing systems requests, estimating and processing tasks.
 Updated LDMS SE diagrams (Bachman style) balancing levels and correcting for ENTERPRISE model for CASEWISE conversion coordinating several analysts and programmers.
 Project management in a fiscal calendar conversion assignment for over 100 COBOL, DL1 and PL1 programs with a staff of six analysts.
 Tools utilized included DB2, IMS DL1, TSO/ISPF MVS/XA, PL1, COBOLII, CICS, and VSAM with Ingress INFORMIX, Delphi and Oracle product introductions. Also, PC LAN Novell with WAN gateway interstate with Project Workbench, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and normal E-mail and mainframe communication interfaces.

BANK OF AMERICA, PHOENIX, AZ Sept 94 to May 95

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 TSO/ISPF MVS/XA ATM/POS EDI analysis, design and programming IMS DB/DC, XPEDITER, PANVALET, FILEAID, using COBOLII, ASSEMBLER and FOCUS.
 Technical support assignments, System requirements review committee, and development of system requirement solutions.

MOTOROLA, PHOENIX, AZ Mar 94 to Aug 94

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 Client/Server in EDI interface to information highway TELNET (CSS/OP) Order Processing IBM TSO/ISPF MVS/XA DB2 COBOL II, IMS DL1, BMP, IEF, Excelerator, Workbench Windows, COBOL II, DB2, Lotus Notes, Word, Excel, Project Workbench, Power Point, XPEDITER, QUIKJOB, QMF, TCP/IP.
 Business analysis developing high-level design documents, detail design, and construction code. Technical consulting for development tools, testing, implementation.

PCS HEALTH SYSTEMS, PHOENIX, AZ Nov 93 to Mar 94

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 CONNECT DIRECT user and Transition EDI team Client/Server Manager staff of 9 analysts, programmers and consultants in Alternate Delivery system. Line Manager in organizing new department, BIOTECH, designed and implemented controls and responded to operational and development requests. Required heavy user interface, intervention, human relations and organizational behavioral skills. COBOLII CICS DB2, IMS DL/1 LIBRARIAN, TSO/ISPF MVS/XA.
 Also responsible for conversion DEC VAX RDB COBOL to IBM DB2 COBOL II, DL1, Micro-FOCUS Workbench OS/2, COBOL/CICS, Word Perfect, Lotus-1-2-3, and FLOW3. SAS VIEWS, SAS/ACCESS DB2, SAS, VIASOFT, SAS SQL, ISPF/TSO, DYL280, QMF. Translated DCL to JCL/PROCS and COBOLII code. Developed CICS COBOL II DB2 transactions. Developed test files and test plans for SAS, SAS SQL, & COBOLII DB2 Batch. Wrote PROCS and developed JCL for 40+ jobs. Supported and trained users with IBM operational information i.e.. ISPF/TSO, Utilities, PROCS and JCL.

BANK ONE, PHOENIX, AZ May 93 to Sept 93

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 Key member in acquisition to convert from DEC Trust System (TMS) to IBM InFiSrv product by MELLON BANK. Consulting to integrate dissimilar hardware for client inquiries (client/server). Implementor for new CICS, FOCUS, VERIFY, and InFiSrv progressive releases.
 Support analyst for TSO/ISPF MVS/XA CICS/COBOL VSAM ASSEMBLER, FOCUS/CLISTS, VERIFY/CICS, PC/MAINFRAME (PC3270/pcANYWHERE, PROCOMM), and liaison between Information Builders, CA, Mellon and BANK ONE. DEC/PC, IBM/PC, Development of system to extract data for Federal Government requirements, and internal IMAGE Processing.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, PHOENIX, AZ Nov 92 to Apr 93

Project Manager

 Project manager to develop Women Infant and Children (WIC) System to provide client/server support to New York State and a prototype for distribution nationwide through United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Office of Nutrition. Applied TQM principles to provide BCA a product under contract to the federal government.
 Being a Federal program, the government funds supplemental nutrition support for certain “at risk” groups in Women, Infants and Children. Anemia diagnosis for example, a single mother underage or mother on substance abuse falls into these categories for example. There are many more and certain men have been added lately. When I was involved, I learnt it intimately thus the reason; I was selected to head up a project, which created a Client Server (Paradox model) system, which was distributed to all 50 states and territories by the Department Of Agriculture.
 Technical Environment: IBM PC, Windows, Paradox 4.0 and run time, Project Workbench.

ABCO GROCERY, PHOENIX, AZ Sept 92 to Nov 92

Project Manager

 Project manager to develop communication system to interface with American Express. Coded LU6.2, 3790 protocols; on-line and batch reconciliation. Monitored tests through NETVIEW viewing activity on the line and confirming routings. Provide retail stores throughout the state of Arizona the capability to use their American Express card. Trained staff personnel to reinforce developing skills in use of TSO/ISPF MVS/XA COBOL and CICS.
 Technical Environment: IBM 3090, COBOLII, CICS, VSAM, NETVIEW, INTERTEST.

AZ STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, PHOENIX, AZ Apr 92 to Sept 92

Sr. Lead Programmer/Analyst

 Supported Analysis, and Design of Women Infant and Children (WIC) functional requirements for an Advanced Planning Document. Client/Server product review of ORACLE prototype to evaluate WIC application and recommend corrective alternatives. Provided evaluative and consultative support for their re-engineering, and analysis from over 300 remote sites. Identified system integration alternatives for different platforms including feasibility study, capacity planning, cost benefits analysis, and budgeting.
 Technical Environment: BULL DPS6000 UNIX, COBOL, ORACLE, COMPAQ SystemPro ZENIX, ORACLE, NOVELL LAN, WordPerfect, QuatroPro and Paradox.

AZ STATE DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION, Phoenix, AZ Aug 91 to Apr 92

Project Manager

 Programmed in DB2, IMS DB/DC, DL1, COBOL and PL1. Developed manual and automated tracking system as Project Manager with staff of ten programmers. Complete SDLC utilizing YOURDON structured methodology. The tasks included integrating Knowledgeware (IEW) planning, analysis & design model, feasibility, business systems analysis and design, programming, documentation testing through implementation, data modeling, database design DB2 adapted to IMS and data administration. TQM utilized throughout project with Joint Application Development (JAD) resolving all user issues.
 Technical Environment: TSO/ISPF MVS/XA AMDAHL 5990-790 MVS/XA, IMS DB/DC, DB2, DL1, COBOLII, PL1, PANVALET, WYLBUR, SAS IBM PC, OS/2, WINDOWS, PROJECT WORKBENCH, and WORDPERFECT.

HAMILTON AVNET, CA Jan 90 to Aug 91

Programmer/Analyst

 Programmed in TSO/ISPF MVS/XA IMS DB/DC, DL1, COBOL II, TELON. Developed on-line and batch BOMP programs. Re-engineered TANDEM product to IBM mainframe. Staff resource in support of XPEDITER and prototyping.
 Technical Environment: AMDAHL 5000 MVS/XA, TELON IMS DB/DC, DL1, COBOL, PANVALET, XPEDITER

MCDONNELL DOUGLAS HELICOPTER, PHOENIX, AZ Sept 88 to Nov 89

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 Quick response team leader, technical support, and programming for MAPICS, and general application requests by users. CICS IDMS programming, DbaseIV, CULPRIT, CLISTS, and
INTERGRAPH on IBM Mainframe, PC, and Ethernet LAN/WAN. Applications included parts & document tracking, and inventory.
 Technical Environment: IBM, DEC VAX, CICS-COMMAND, COBOL, IDMS, CULPRIT, DbaseIV, Ethernet LAN/WAN, INTERGRAPH

WELLS FARGO, PHOENIX, AZ Aug 88 to Sept 88

Project Manager

 Responsible for completing the development of major enhancements, testing and implementation for a mortgage system removing balloon payments. This included coding COBOL with SQL/DS imbedded, and Easytrieve programs.
 Technical Environment: IBM TSO/ISPF MVS/XA DOS/VSE, IBM VM/CMS, COBOL, QMF, OWLE, SQL/DS, EASYTRIEVE PLUS

SCOTTS PAPER, PHOENIX, AZ Jun 88 to Aug 88

Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 Responsible for new development, enhancements and troubleshooting for A/P, G/L, and Personnel. Coded FORTRAN, COBOL, and QUIK.
 Technical Environment: HP3000, MPE, COBOL, FORTRAN, QUIK, ASK-OMAR.

E.W.BLISS, MI Apr 88 to Jun 88

Project Manager

 Team builder and intervention duties for restoring department operations. Recruited, trained and staffed department, project management, analysis, and programming. Responsible for conversion of systems from IBM S/34 to IBM 9370, staff building and training. This included converting CICS-Command conversational to pseudo-conversational programs, CICS macro, testing and implementing financial package.
 Technical Environment: IBM DOS/VSE, COBOL, GENER/OL, IBM S/34 CICS, RPGII, IBM 9370, IMS DL1 and TOTAL.

SRP, TEMPE, AZ Oct 80 to Apr 88
Sr. Programmer/Analyst

 Business analysis of Fixed Asset Systems evaluating vendor software such as Changeman, Infoman, Netview, Netman, etc. Participated with JAD/RAD team in large data modeling and relational database design project. DB2, SAS CSP, TSO/ISPF MVS/XA, IBM PC, MS DOC.
 Project Management for complete system integration with inventory, preventive maintenance and point-to-point communication for 24x7 operation for storm response requirements. IBM SAS, DB2, TSO/ISPF MVS/XA, CICS-COMMAND, COBOL, IMS DL1, TELON, IBM PC, MS-DOS, GEMDRAW, ENABLE, SUPERKEY, GDDM, POPALARM.
 Project Management for Sub-station maintenance System full SDLC. Directed staff and contract personnel to develop and implement new business solution for sub station material management needs. SAS TSO/ISPF MVS/XA, CICS-COMMAND, COBOL, IMS-DL1, TELON, IBM PC.
 Business analysis with JAD participating on team for Data Center Analysis and design. SAS TSO/ISPF MVS/XA, IBM PC, MS DOS, GEMDRAW, ENABLE.
 Programmer/analyst for many support activities for the Transportation Management System and development of complete replacement. SAS FOCUS CICS, COBOL, IMS-DL1, TELON.

INDEPENDENT CONSULTING Apr 77 to Oct 80

Clients: MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, Juvenile Corrections and Social Service, Michigan Supreme Court, Tanner Companies, United Bank, Continental Telephone and Computer Science Corporation

 Provided support software and hardware for a variety of clients for IBM 5110/5120 community. Provided analysis, design, development, implementation and testing to develop customized systems, G/L, A/P, Payroll, Job Cost, Air, Invoices, Billing, Applications with multiple clients. R&D with ORACLE.

McLAREN GENERAL HOSPITAL, MI May 75 to Apr 77

MIS Manager

 M.I.S/Information Resource department manager. Provided patient accounting, medical records, G/L, A/P, A/R, Personnel, and Payroll services, support and development. Managed communication networks and security. UNISYS (BURROUGHS), MCPV, NDL, COBOL, SRI/EDITOR.

Independent Consulting, MI Oct 70 to May 75

Clients: General Motors, Chrysler Corporation & Questor

 Development of several large and complex systems using structured techniques and integrated system's solutions.
 Provided technical support as: IBM, BURROUGHS, COBOL, DB2, IMS, CICS, MCPV, OS, DOS, DEC BASIC, FORTRAN, HONEYWELL, TOTAL.

ANALYST INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION, Southfield Michigan May 1972 to May 75
CHRYSLER MOTORS, Highand Park Michigan May 1970 to May 1972
BEAUMONT HOSPITAL, Royal Oak, Michgian May 1968 to May 1970
MICHIGAN BANK, N.A.k Southeield Michigan May 1966 to May 1968

EDUCATION

 Phd. Carnegie-Mellon Unitversity, Organizational Behavior $41,000/annum stipend plus full scholorship and Asst. Professor Award.

 M A in Management, Information Resource Management with Human Relations,
Organizational Behavior, University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ

 Undergraduate in Business and Computers, Lawrence Technical University, Southfield, MI

SKILLS

Software:
HTML Macromedia CS3, Oracle 8i Certified, DB2, CICS-COMMAND, JCL, QMF, MVS, IMS-DL/1 DB/DC, CSP, TELON, NETVIEW, NDL, IBM Job Control, SDF and related, XPEDITER, FILEAID/XE, EASYTRIEVE PLUS, ENDEAVOR, VERSION CONTROL SOFTWARE, DYL280, DADS, LOTUS 1-2-3, DBASE, IBM OS/MVS, MS-DOS, WINDOWS, OS/2, PC ANYWHERE, WORD PERFECT, PARTE, PACIII, PROJECT WORKBENCH, Hummingbird, Exceed, Oracle, MS OFFICE SUITE

Application Languages:
COBOL, COBOL II, SAS, PL/1, PL/SQL, BASIC, FORTRAN, RPG II, ASSEMBLER and SQL Syncsort, FileAid, PANVALET, LIBRARIAN, SCLM, ENDEAVOR, Easytrieve Plus, QMF, FOCUS.

Hardware:
IBM Mainframes, Sequent, HP, DPS6000, NOVELL & UNIX LAN, IBM/PC, PS/2, 3090, 4341, AMDAHL, NAS, DEC, HONEYWELL (BULL), & BURROUGHS (UNISYS).

Applications:
INTERNET Suits, FTP, DOMAIN management, WIC, Social Services, State Health Systems, Transportation, Utility, Health Care, Judicial, Educational, Material Distribution Manufacturing, Defense, Banking, Financial

Dun and Bradstreet Data #167180798

 


BIO:

Glenn "Chesty" Fuller residence in Arizona, formerly Michigan, and military at Boston, MA and Jacksonville, NC. As retired business system professional and father of seven children. his professional life required interstate travel much of his career. He has been in logical system's skilled jobs a view to problem definitions and solutions with extensive experience in data modeling, research and database design. 2002-2009 investigative work San Jose Federal Bankruptcy Court. Latest Court systems. His last out of retirement consulting June 2009 to January 2010 in New York state. Mission Dominican Republic 2011-2013.  Exploratory SENATOR from New York circa Hillary Clinton. Plans look to be extended to foreign travel and volunteer service central desire to serve and do best for the welfare of others. Preserve American culture and rights of her citizens, and cooperate with people world wide for peace.

Born in an era of trains not planes, limited travel and home life, outdoor to indoor plumbing he has maintained a simple home life and community service living. From a small family, an LDS convert 1965 continuing Christian principled living: family, gospel, good friends and neighborly vigilance to do what is right and be kind to all.   His father was a plant employee, farmer and employee of local school system with avocations in gardening and landscaping a true gentleman.  His mother a housewife and homemaker as is his wife an LDS convert from Guatemala a true friend to all devoted church leader.  Yolanda and Glenn met just prior to working together at a local bank and his wife mastering financial management principles applying her professional training. North of the community in which he was raised was a rail yard and south  lakes and streams spilling into another community toward the downtown areas of Pontiac. 

The setting similar to that of his mothers upbringing. They had no running water at first, and dealt with door to door vendors: ice, milk, notions, entertainers and most shopping until in high school.  Most excess land was devoted to gardening even commercial lot sided with a country grocery store, Figa’s Market: Joe, Ted and Mitch with a butcher shop and most convenient grocery selections kept travel to a minimum.  They gardened well after he was grown and moved away. They raised chickens, and rabbits and supplied vegetables and foods storing each season with a simple supplement of a grape arbor, fruit trees and berries.   His father’s avocation was gardening and they had plentiful arrangements of the most beautiful flowers.  His mother's was child rearing, cooking, crocheting, quilting, sewing and domestic skills. His parents farmers in family rearing.  His father in Milan, Michigan, and his mother Grangers Station, North Carolina; near Kinston, Lenoir County.

They lived in the city boundaries, neighborhood mostly former country folks in harmony and love: Dixie, German, Polish,  Jew, Mexican, Gentile.  A melting pot of mostly Caucasian with a few other races sparingly sprinkled.  There were four major divisions of culture in Pontiac: white, black, brown and Jew with some oriental and others rubbing shoulders: North white, south black, eastern brown, and west mostly undeveloped land. The affluent were in Indian Village, mostly Jewish; the poverty areas was Bagley Street/Huron and vicinity and the remaining areas just getting along in a factory town thinking we were “middle class”.  The union ruled, or so they thought and the businesses fought each other. The working man had it fairly good, or so they were satisfied sufficiently to be peaceful.  Detroit was another story, 1967 riots.

Glenn returned from military service in 1963, served two years reserves, continued a surveying career learned in the artillery then went to where else?  The PLANT, Pontiac Motors as a white collar worker budding for engineering management.  While there he met his wife through a friend, quit the plant and began a career in computer programming.  They were married in 1967 and have seven children, and 18 grandchildren.  Glenn was ordained Seventy by Apostle Alvin R. Dyer 10 days before their wedding.  Six of the children are married.  He was a beneficiary of the GI Bill education: earned an associates in computer technology and business management from Lawrence Institute of Technology 1969-1973 Southfield, Michigan.

Later he earned a Masters in Management Human Relations/Organizational Behavior 1986 Phoenix University Phoenix.  Offered a scholarship from Carnegie-Mellon University Phd. Organization Behavior in 1987 he declined so as not to uproot the family. The family are Christian, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. They lost their oldest son Ben 9/8/2002, a Senior Software Engineer ReplayTV/Sonicblue, reported 9/11 author of Dreamweaver the web king for internet html views creation and maintenance, ReplayTV objects used now extensively in home entertainment, cable and satellite systems and a young entrepreneur with Commodore Amiga systems Quicknibble and Project D most notable. His resume included as a hobby "watching and controlling TV" for parental oversight and morally clean based viewing. His life scout training and love central to his 33 years of life on this earth. 

EXTENDED MILITARY HISTORY:

"When in the military I had a Secret clearance, never mind a TOP Secret or higher CRYPTO which my brother had in communications. My family tree was required back to the 5th generation American born stock end to end. My neighbors and relatives were interviewed by the FBI. All employers. All my records were disclosed and submitted prior to being given the classification. Later, as a consultant to federal government contractor and state likewise I've carried security clearance which at last application was processed likewise.

EXTENDED MILITARY HISTORY:

"When in the military I had a Secret clearance, never mind a TOP Secret or higher CRYPTO which my brother had in communications. My family tree was required back to the 5th generation American born stock end to end. My neighbors and relatives were interviewed by the FBI. All employers. All my records were disclosed and submitted prior to being given the classification. Later, as a consultant to federal government contractor and state likewise I've carried security clearance which at last application was processed likewise.

  1. USS BOSTON (CAG-1) Deployments & History

    www.hullnumber.com/CAG-1
    JUL 1960 - FEB 1961

    Mediterranean

     

    SEP 1960 - DEC 1960 North Atlantic-Med-Indian Ocean
    SEP 1960 - SEP 1960 Blue Nose - Artic Circle
    APR 1961 - APR 1961 Bay of Pigs - Diplomat and family rescue mission scrubbed
    MAY 1961 - MAY 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion (CUBA)
  2. insert ................................................................GITMO - Water Shutdown Base. General Krulack occupation FMF circa Shellback?
  3. MAR 1962 - 27 MAR ................1962 - ...........Shellback Initiation Atlantic Ocean
    The USS BOSTON (CAG-1) deployment history and significant events of her service career follow: ... MAY, 1961, -, MAY, 1961, Bay of Pigs Invasion (CUBA)


Figure 10:  USS Boston (CAG-1) underway off the Boston Navy Yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts, [Chelsea Naval Shipyard] after overhaul, 26 July 1960. Note the new electronics antennas received during this overhaul, among them a Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN) "pot" atop the mainmast, antenna for SPS-29 air search radar (replacing a SPS-12) atop the pedestal aft of the mainmast, and two SPQ-5 guided-missile guidance radars (replacing the ship's original pair of Mark 25 Mod 7 types) just forward of the "Terrier" missile launchers. Official US Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center. Click on photograph for larger image.  

Security Clearance SECRET