Edward J. Curran III


2204 Powderhorn Pl| Rockingham, VA 22802

Position Wanted:
Any available (mine action or post-conflict recovery)

Edward J. Curran III

2204 Powderhorn Pl| Rockingham, VA 22802 | (757) 386-1626|

Career Experience

Center for International Stabilization and Relief (May 2017 – Present)

James Madison University, Harrisonburg VA

  • Internship assisting in editing and IED research for CISR Director, Dr. Ken Rutherford
  • Program Assistant for 2016 Senior Managers Course (May 2016)

United States Marine Corps Intelligence Analyst (Sept 2009 - April 2014)

Camp Lejeune, NC

  • Secret/TS/SCI Clearance (2009)
  • Provide logistical support and report directly to the Battalion Intelligence Officer
  • Implement effective program management skills for full cycle training and onboarding to a group of 10 entry level Intelligence Analysts
  • Training and selecting best Intelligence Analysts for designated projects
  • Identify technological solutions to improve deficiencies

Company Level Intelligence Cell Commander (Feb 2011 - Aug 2011)

Musa Qala District, Helmand Province, Afghanistan

  • Analyze and review relevant data and statistics to determine changes in enemy capabilities, weaknesses, and possible courses of action                            
  • Study and analyze Taliban IED networks in order to prevent IED attacks in Company K Area of Operation
  • Create and implement a recon and surveillance SOP in order to track and eliminate Taliban cells
  • Responsible for mission briefs and debriefs of sniper and infantry units
  • Directly supervise and train five analysts in a tactical combat environment
  • Combat Meritorious Promotion to Corporal, Naval Achievement Medal recipient

Platoon Sergeant (Feb 2013 - Nov 2013)

USS Kearsarge, 5th Fleet, 6th Fleet

  • Successfully trained 10 entry level intelligence analysts on overseas processes and procedures
  • Provide Intelligence support to counter terrorist contingency operations in Northern Africa, Mediterranean and the Middle East during the height of the Arab Spring
  • Analyze highly confidential and time sensitive material to assess and orchestrate both small, and large scale military operations
  • Streamline information systems and data to ensure safety and successful outcome of daily missions

Theta Chi Fraternity President (Sept 2016 – Present)

UREC Member Services Assistant (April – Present)


James Madison University

Public Policy and Administration, Management Concentration - 3.47 GPA

USMC Intelligence School 2010 Dam Neck, Virginia                                                                                                                   


Meritorious promotions to NCO ranks of Corporal (combat meritorious) and Sergeant

Recipient of two Naval Achievement Medals (Afghanistan, 26 MEU, USS Kearsarge)

Recipient of Combat Action Ribbon (Afghanistan)

James Madison University Spring 16/17, Fall 2016 Deans List

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