Nathan Clayville
5105 W. Tapps Dr. E., Lake Tapps, WA 98391 • • (509)993-1668
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Nathan Clayville Resume Consulting

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

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  • 1. Nathan Clayville 5105 W. Tapps Dr. E., Lake Tapps, WA 98391 • • (509)993-1668 Profile I have ten years of experience as a Naval Flight Officer with key strengths in risk management, project management, critical thinking and communication. I have over 1,000 hours of tactical military jet experience where I learned how to effectively lead and operate highly functioning teams. I have been on three deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq that have taught me how to succeed in ambiguous environments. In my last three years, I was the Assistant Requirements Officer at COMVAQWINGPAC in Whidbey Island. My responsibilities were to manage developmental programs for the EA-18G community. I would like to leverage my diagnostic, leadership and project management skills to management consulting by taking on and solving complex business problems. NAVAL OFFICER EXPERIENCE Electronic Attack Wing, COMVAQWINGPAC (CVWP) Oak Harbor, WA Assistant Requirements Officer February 2012 – August 2015 Managed a variety of projects supporting current and future aircraft requirements of the EA-18G Growler  Managed $500 million in mission critical assets (ALQ-99 Jamming Pods) for training and deployments around the world  Directed and participated in the national EA-18G Naval Aviation Requirement Group (NARG) conference to initiate and define the direction of research and development for the EA-18G Growler  Orchestrated and delivered assets and technical expertise to John Hopkins Applied Physics Lab to conduct research for the advancement of the EA-18G Growler  Led and executed large military exercises involving test and evaluation as well as squadron training requirements, producing revolutionary strategies to combat the next generation of enemy threats.  Saved the US Navy over $4 Million a year in training expenses as the Military's principal point of contact in building the Northwest Electronic Training Range.  Military's principle point of contact for electronic attack clearances and frequency coordination for training for deployments. PMA 266 Naval Air Systems Command Kunduz, Afghanistan Aviation Vehicle Operator April 2012 - October 2012 Selected as one of six specialized individuals to be an Aviation Vehicle Operator, or Drone Pilot for the initial deployment of the MPQ-8B Fire-Scout.  Performed Test and Proof of Concept for Naval Air Systems Command for the Navy’s new unmanned aerial system the MPQ-8BFire-Scout.  Supported Kunduz Afghanistan with Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) obtaining over 80 hours piloting the MQ-8B Fire-Scout in hostile airspace working with NATO and US forces. Electronic Attack Squadron VAQ-139 Whidbey Island WA Cougars Aircrew – ICAP III Fleet Squadron February 2009 – February 2012 Two active duty deployments on the USS Ronald Reagan to the Persian Gulf, separated by an eight month training cycle and an International goodwill training exercise.  Developed leadership and management skills leading highly specialized teams of four to 15 people in training and combat missions evaluating enemy air defenses and devising plans to support engagement of target within contested airspace.  Qualified as a Mission Commander, I was responsible to effectively and safely employ a tactical jet aircraft in combat
  • 2. Nathan Clayville Page 2  Commanded a $75 million tactical jet aircraft the EA-6B off the front of an aircraft carrier in support of two separate tours involving international maritime safety, and the war in Afghanistan and Iraq.  Accumulated over 1000 hours of flight time in multiple platforms including training aircraft, as well as the EA-6B Prowler and EA-18G Growler Skills learned and mastered:  Multi-tasking and prioritization  Concise and effective communication  Team resource management  Critical thinking and problem solving  Effective task management and achieving discipline driven results in high pressure environments  Effectively teaching peers and subordinates  Public speaking for professional presentations VAQ-129 Fleet Replacement Squadron - Platform specific training Whidbey Island WA VAQ-129 winged aviator training in assigned tactical platform October 2007 - March 2009 Naval Flight Officer (NFO) Training VT-4, VT-86 Pensacola, FL Naval Flight Officer (NFO) training is the Navy flight navigator program October 2005 – October 2007 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION  Top Secret Special Compartmentalized Information (TSCI) Security Clearance - Current  Private Pilot’s license received - April 2009  Mission Commander Qualification - October 2011  Functional Control Flight (FCF) Qualification in the EA-6B - September 2011  EA-6B NATOPS Qualification and Crew Resource Management (CRM) Yearly - January 2009 - January 2013  NFO EA-6B Instrument Qualification Yearly - January 2009 - January 2013  EA-18G NATOPS Qualification and CRM - July 2013 - Present EDUCA TION ______ University of Washington, Michael G. Foster School of Business Seattle, WA Master of Business Administration June 2016 Washington State University, Carson School of Business Pullman, WA Bachelor of Arts in Accounting June 2005 Awarded ROTC full scholarship Honors:  2 Navy Air Medals: Received for flying multiple missions in enemy airspace  Navy Commendation Medal: Received for outstanding service to my fleet squadron  Afghanistan Campaign Medal: For active duty service in Afghanistan  Navy Sea Service Ribbon: For active duty service aboard the USS Ronald Regan Interests/Hobbies:  Outdoor activities including water and snow skiing, ocean fishing and hunting  Construction and home remodeling 5105 W. Tapps Dr. E., Lake Tapps 98391 • • (509)993-1668

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