Aussie Walt drumming up business and getting smashed!

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by Ozduke, Jan 30, 2008.

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  1. I've just been sent this! What a chopper...

    Read the CV, mop up your chunder, then read the reply email! Classic.


    Aussie Walt (Edit by Bad CO)
    C/o Emergency & Security Services Dept
    Goldfields Australia
    St Ives Goldmine
    Kambalda
    WA 6442

    Triple Canopy
    Thomas Murphy
    HR Division
    VA
    USA

    REF: Security Contractor PSD/PSS

    To Thomas,
    I would like Submit my current Resume/CV for your company’s perusal for consideration for employment as a Security Contractor (PSD/PSS).

    Current Work History:
    I currently work in Western Australia, for Goldfields Australia, at the St Ives Goldmine located 65km South of Kalgoorlie, in the small township of Kambalda. I have been working for this company since October 2006 in the Emergency & Security Services Department, consisting of a team of 13 members, 6 Asset Protection Officers & 7 Emergency Service Officers. At the St Ives Goldmine, the department is responsible for both Site Security and Emergency Rescue Operations for both open cut & underground mines with a total combined work force of nearly 1000 employee’s. The department is the sole provider of Security, First Aid & Emergency Response to the mine site 24Hrs per day.
    Whilst I have been working in the St Ives Emergency & Security Services Department, I have completed the following duties on a 7/3 - 7/4 roster of 12 hour shifts.

    • Site wide Safety & Security Procedure review and Implementation.
    • Site access control using the CARDEX system
    • CCTV control of over 100 camera’s
    • Gold shipment control of up to $ 25,000,000 twice a week
    • Fitness for Work Testing (Drug and Alcohol)
    • Emergency Services Volunteer training
    • Traffic Procedure Review & Implementation management
    • Site First Aid
    • Criminal History background checks for new employee’s
    • Surveillance operations against mass site wide theft
    (3 successful Operation’s which led to the arrest of employee’s for theft offences)
    • Pronto online stock purchasing system

    During my time at St Ives I have participated in the 2007 Mines Rescue Competition held in Coolgardie, WA and successfully trained in the following aspects of Emergency Management and mines Rescue.

    • Mass casualty First Aid
    • Fire Fighting
    • Hazardous Materials Containment and cleanup Management
    • Confined Space Rescue
    • Rope Rescue
    • Vehicle Extrication
    • Team Skills

    During the competition the St Ives Team placed 5th overall out of 16 teams and awarded four, 3rd places in the following disciplines.

    • Overall First Aid
    • Team Hazmat
    • Fire Fighting
    • Confined Space Rescue

    Previous Work History:

    My previous working history was with both the Royal Australian Army and the Royal Australian Air Force. I served a total of 9.5 years in the Australian Defence Force.

    I served in 1st Field Regiment, (Artillery) at Enoggera whilst in the Army and with the following units whilst in the Air force, No 2 & 3 Airfield Defence Squadrons (SASR Equivalent & Trained) at RAAF Base Amberley & No 1 Federation Guard Tri Services Unit in Canberra. I served as a radio signaller in the Army and a Special Forces Operator within the elite unit’s mentioned above. During Both Operational and Non Operational times my service within the RAAF, has given me the most experience and exposure necessary to move forward in my future goals.

    Whilst in the RAAF I actively served in the following Operation Theatres around the world,

    • East Timor (INTERFET) 1999 & 2006
    • Solomon Islands (RAMSI) 2006
    • IRAQ 2003
    • Afghanistan 2004
    • Boxing day Tsunami Humanitarian Aid Rescue Force, Banda Ache Indonesia
    • Bali Rescue Team
    • 2000 Sydney Olympics Force Protection (Counter Terrorism)
    • 2002 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGAM)
    • 2006 Commonwealth Games Force Protection (Counter Terrorism)

    Medals Awarded:

    • Australian Active Service Medal (Clasps for East Timor 1999, Iraq & Afghanistan)
    • Australian Service Medal (Clasps for Solomon Islands 2006 & East Timor 2006)
    • Iraq Campaign Medal
    • Afghanistan Campaign Medal
    • United Nations INTERFET Medal
    • Australian Defence Medal (4 years continuous service)
    • Indonesian Defence Medal for Boxing Day Tsunami Humanitarian Aid
    • Meritorious Unit Citation for Conspicuous Service During INTERFET 1999, awarded by Queen Elizabeth II & The Governor General of Australia, Issued by General Peter Cosgrove


    Military Promotion Course:

    • Junior Non Commissioned Officer’s course, conducted at RAAF Security & fire School RAAF Base Amberley, Qld
    • Junior Non Commissioned Officer’s Instructor course, conducted at RAAF training college, RAAF Base Wagga Wagga, NSW
    • Junior Non Commissioned Officer’s Weapons Instructor course, conducted at RAAF Security & fire School RAAF Base Amberley, Qld
    • Senior Non Commissioned Officer’s course, conducted at RAAF Security & fire School RAAF Base Amberley, Qld
    • Special Forces Training Cell Small Arms Instructor Course
    • Special Air Service Close Target Reconnaissance Course
    • Australian Army Sniper Course
    • Special Forces Selection Course
    • Special Air Service Regiment Selection Course
    • Close Personal Protection Course (Military PSD)
    • Quick Reaction Force Advanced Drivers Course
    • Combat Survival Course
    • Resistance to interrogation Course

    The above courses have given me the skills required to manage small dynamic teams to large scale platoon size Operational requirements and day to day activities in all aspects of employment. I have also been the youngest successful RAAF member to pass and be offered transfer to the SASR during 2001 selection course.


    Current Qualifications;
    The following qualifications have been gained both in and outside of the ADF, and are nationally recognised Australia Wide.

    • Occupational First Aid
    • Open & Closed circuit breathing apparatus (Dragger BG4)
    • Certificate IV in work place Assessment & Training
    • Certificate III in Frontline Management
    • Certificate III in Government (Security & Asset Protection)
    • OH&S Advisor
    • Equity & Diversity Advisor
    • Certificate IV in Weapon Handling and Training
    • Certificate II in Defensive Tactics (Australian Federal Police)
    • International Personal Protection & Escort Team Leader
    • Australian Civilian Weapons Instructor Licence

    I have advanced Microsoft Office skills, with a typing ability of 65wpm @ 85% accuracy.

    I believe that with my prior Military training, and completed courses and Operational experience around the globe I would make an excellent asset to any company that strives to recruit and maintain a high level of employee standards. I have also had the privilege of providing Close Personal Protection on General Peter Cosgrove during East Timor 1999 & Queen Elizabeth II on her visit to Australia in 2002.

    Weapons Experience:

    The following are the weapons I have used whilst in the Australian Military, and I am also qualified to instruct on,

    • F88 STEYER 5.56mm Rifle
    • 84mm Carl Gustof SRAAW Rocket Launcher
    • F89 MINIMI 5.56mm Machine Gun
    • HE Hand grenade
    • Mag 58/ M60 7.62mm Heavy Machine Gun
    • M18A1 Claymore anti personnel weapon
    • M4A1 Carbine 5.56mm Rifle
    • SR98 Sniper rifle (Accuracy International)
    • M16 5.56mm Rifle
    • AW50 .50cal Sniper Rifle
    • H&K MP5 9mm Sub Machine Gun
    • AK74 Assault Rifle
    • Remington R870 12g Shot Gun
    • Browning L9A4 9mm Pistol
    • Glock 9mm Pistol
    • Berretta 9mm Pistol
    • Night Vision Equipment
    • Thermal Imagery Equipment
    • Grenade Launcher 40mm HE
    • 66mm SRAAW Rocket Launcher
    • Mk19 Automatic Grenade Launcher


    I am able to deploy at short notice for extended periods of time, and I am aware that my employment will be within Hostile Environments and War zones.

    I have a current Australian Passport and Inoculation certificate book for travel and work overseas.

    I do not have any criminal convictions, and have a valid police clearance.

    I also spent 2 weeks with Hostile Control Tactics USA in April 2007 in Fiji observing their training course. However I did not accept
    The contract offered for PSD work in IRAQ as the terms of the contract did not meet my requirement.

    Since I have left the Military I chose to try something totally different from what I have trained to do for the past 8 years and have enjoyed the experience working with this company, however I have come to realise that my passion and professional expertise is within the Military or Private Military/Security sector and will be a valuable asset to Triple Canopy and I am willing to pay for my own airfare to travel abroad to wherever my services may be required.

    If you require any further details, please do not hesitate to contact me or my references by the listed means,

    Ph: Aussie Walt phone number
    Mob: Aussie Walt mobile number
    E-mail: Aussie Walt email address (Edit by Bad CO)

    Thankyou for your valuable time, and look forward to hearing from a Triple Canopy Rep soon.


    You'll see I've left his details if you need to send your regards.

    Now read the response! Cracker...



    Aussie Walt,

    I have been fowarded on your CV buy an American buddy of mine who I worked with previously. It was in regards to getting vetted for HRS work in Iraq and possibly Afghan. As you surely know in this kind of work YOU DO AND CAN GET VETTED. The Aus Defence force is a small one and the amount of Aus guys that have done Security time is even smaller.

    Now Aussie Walt I am not going out on a limb here to say your CV is full of TOTAL, TOTAL BULLSHIT!!! Yes that is correct I am spelling your name with a capital(even though you don't deserve it you lying piece of
    shite?) but I am calling you out on your CV??? Care to correct me?

    Lets address the parts I have come across as bullshit??

    "I served in 1st Field Regiment, (Artillery) at Enoggera whilst in the Army and with the following units whilst in the Air force, No 2 & 3 Airfield Defence Squadrons (SASR Equivalent & Trained) at RAAF Base Amberley & No 1 Federation Guard Tri Services Unit in Canberra"

    I can't vouch for the elite 1st Field Regiment BUT I can say that No.2 and 3 Airfield Defence guards are NOT the equivalantly trained as our SF guys.. In fact I seem to remember putting YOU through a 2IC Section Leaders course at Canungra one year, ONLY to have you fail miserably and not being able to operate and hump the gun(Mag 58) and Canungra's hills?? Could this be so? Especially since you are SASR equivalent?
    C'mon on, we both know the truth here!

    "I have also been the youngest successful RAAF member to pass and be offered transfer to the SASR during 2001 selection course"

    Have you just?? Funnily enough all the people I KNOW who did do SASR Selection in 2001 don't remember you?? In fact they only remember a couple of RAAFie's on selection in 01'. One being a RAAF Officer and the other being an ADG?? Surely you can explain more??

    · East Timor (INTERFET) 1999 & 2006

    · Solomon Islands (RAMSI) 2006

    · IRAQ 2003

    · Afghanistan 2004

    · Boxing day Tsunami Humanitarian Aid Rescue Force,
    Banda Ache Indonesia

    · Bali Rescue Team

    · 2000 Sydney Olympics Force Protection (Counter Terrorism)

    · 2002 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting
    (CHOGAM)2006 Commonwealth Games Force Protection (Counter Terrorism)

    Ok then where do I start? You were in TImor? Funny that I thought it was only 99% 2AFDS guys in Timor? I don't remeber hearing your name about? I am willing to be proved wroing though? IRAQ in 2003? There were only 2 deployments of ADG's to Iraq in 2003, I was on one of them and I KNOW the guys who replaced me AAAAAAANNNNNNDDD guess what??? YOU WERE NOT ONE OF THEM??? I know you wern't in Afghan in 04', maybe a nearby country if possible BUT not Afghan. As for the Tsunami releif mind telling us all the exact dates and places you were??? Seriously I could go on for eveeer on this section BUT it is boring me and I am sure the rest of our readers want to hear more??

    Medals Awarded:

    Oh really these are your gongs?? These go hand in hand with my last spiel.. Please elaborate more on your certain awards??? Are you sure there is no VC there at all??

    Military Promotion Course:

    Whilst most of your promo courses could be true, but a few of the other ones on here highlight "bullshit".....

    "Special Air Service courses?" I have sent this out to many a past and presnt Regiment members to verify these courses, however I think bullshit again?

    What year did you do your Sniper course?

    Same goes for Close prtection course?

    What about RTI?

    Answers??I am waiting?


    The next section I would like to address is the "current qualifications" section. It would be too long winded to ask for copies of your Certs regarding these courses wouldn't it?

    Your experience on weapons is a joke to say the least.. I find it hard that you have shot many of them, but AGAIN I am will to be proven wrong.

    I am looking foward to your answers..

    Yours faithfully

    Troy
     
  2. Biped

    Biped LE Book Reviewer

    FCUK ME THAT'S IMPRESSIVE!

    This guy is the real deal. I note he has put down 49 Auss Para's and 33 'THEM'. Good drills on his part, because they are highly secretive. ssshhhhhh.
     
  3. My pers favourite - he's no liar!

    I have advanced Microsoft Office skills, with a typing ability of 65wpm @ 85% accuracy.
     
  4. Does he even really work at that mine? The story seems VERY similar to a book I have read about an ex-brit SAS guy, who turned PSD. [Yeah, I'm a book walt =P]
     
  5. Brilliant :clap: :clap: Only thing is it makes me wonder about the selection processes in Aus mines as my own pet waltzilda also used false credentials to secure employment with a mining company in NT.
     
  6. I read through that, and the first thing that stuck out like dogs bollocks to me was this:

    Who are the Royal Australian Army? It sounds like a wonderful organisation, but as far as I know, they don't exist. Last time I checked, it was just the "Australian Army", separated into ARA and GRes. Not to worry though mate, it's a newbie mistake. i'm sure you'll get it right some day.
     
  7. oz having had two bottles of oz wine i am wondering are you the
    captain who won the camel
    race. my last four is1502
     
  8. What's a "valid police clearance"?
    The mind boggles. Clearance to do what I wonder.
    Frottage perhaps?
     
  9. The chaps at www.anzmi.net would be very interested to to read his resume and have a chat with him.
     
  10. Good job Triple Calamity/Crippled Canopy didn't offer him a position-they've got more than enough lunatics working for them as it is.... :twisted:
     
  11. Sounds like some kind of spoof. Readers???
     
  12. Very Impressive CV.

    Could this be the next James Bond after Daniel Craig?? Or is he the new Mr Bean...I wonder!
     
  13. "Troy" CC'd his reply to a plethora of his mates in the ME Security industry.
    Clever.
     
  14. Not me matey.

    Camel as in four legged spitty beast, crazy arse desert drive or premium strenth cancer stick smoking competition?
     
  15. Oz, you should have got him in for an interview just to see the lying feckwit try to squirm his way out it.