Roberto Marin

Roberto Marin


U.S. Army retired Special Forces Chief Warrant Officer- Four former Special Forces Senior Engineer

1958 Everglades Drive, Navarre, Florida 32566

Roberto Marin

1958 Everglades Drive                                                                                                        Phone: 910.916.0907

Navarre, FL 32566                                                                                                               Email:




Pursuing Instructor, Training, Operations and Planning Opportunities in Special Operations Explosives and Demolition

Offering over seven years of experience performing and teaching tasks in demolitions, explosives, improvised munitions, US and foreign landmines, mine/countermine operations, construction, field fortification, bridging, rigging, electrical wiring, reconnaissance, target analysis and civil action projects; planned, taught and performed sabotage operations with standard, nonstandard and improvised munitions and explosives; planned, prepared and conducted the target portion of the area study and conducted briefings, back briefs and debriefings; prepared and reviewed target folder. Dedicated a career to building and leading organizations that consistently performed beyond expectations and achieved unprecedented success in challenging global situations. A strategic, flexible and innovative leader with a record of exceptional performance at the most senior levels and a portfolio of outstanding performance evaluations. Proven record of applying advanced techniques and interpersonal skills in stressful and changing situations. Traveled and lived worldwide. Dedicated to excel and deliver results. Top Secret Security Clearance (TS/SCI).




Operations and Intelligence Activities                     Collection and Processing of Intelligence Information

Close Quarter Breaching Charges/ Explosives        Start-Up Organizations & Turnarounds/ Revitalizations

Perform and teach tasks in explosives                     Perform and teach tasks in demolitions

Staff Training, Development & Promotion              Asset Resource Management/ Allocation

Prepares and reviews target analysis folders         Risk Analysis & Contingency Planning

Advanced Systems & Technologies                          Perform and teach tasks in improvised munitions




UNITED STATES ARMY- SPECIAL FORCES                                                                                         1991 to 2015


Distinguished leadership career with the US Army’s Special Forces Command. Promoted rapidly based on consistently strong performance and measurable results in increasingly responsible operating management, organizational management and leadership positions. Held full strategic planning, staffing, budgeting, operating and resource management responsibility for organizations with up to 500 personnel. Advanced to current rank as Chief Warrant Officer Four. Discharge date of January 2016.


Assistant Director- Special Warfare Fusion Cell (November 2014 to December 2015)

Served as the Assistant Director for a 217 man Unconventional Warfare centric Special Forces Battalion. Responsible for assessing, integrating, and synchronizing compartmentalized operations across Department of Defense and interagency partners. Provided guidance, priorities, and direction to intelligence and information detachments. Developed intelligence in order to support missions for deployed teams. Facilitated interagency collaboration.


S3X/ SPG Group Operations Warrant Officer (June 2013 to October 2014)

Planned, resourced, and supervised Advanced Special Operations and Special Activities and training for four Special Forces Battalions and one Group Support Battalion throughout the operational continuum within permissive, uncertain and hostile environments. Served as the Senior Officer Advisor to the Director of Regional Operational Control Element; conducted Joint and Interagency de-confliction. Supervised, mentored, and trained all Special Activities personnel in preparation for S3X mission requirements.

Battalion Operations Warrant Officer (June 2012- June 2013)

Planned the battalion short, mid, and long-range training plans; maintained and coordinated current operations in USSOUTHCOM, USNORTHCOM and USCENTCOM areas of responsibility. Also served as the assistant S3, focusing primarily on operations and training. Managed joint, combined, JCS, and unilateral exercise training. Interfaced regularly with theater SOC, U.S. Embassies overseas, and other government agencies to plan and coordinate training and operational missions. Managed ASO and UAR. Served as the senior warrant officer advisor to the commander.


Group Plans Warrant Officer/ S5 (June 2011 to June 2012)

Responsible for long range planning and operational integration of 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) forces and assets (excess of 4,000 soldiers) for Special Operations primarily throughout North America, South America, South-East Asia and the Middle East. In addition, served as the Group Operations Security (OPSEC) Officer.


USSOUTHCOM/ USNORTHCOM Operations Officer/ G3 USASOC (January 2009 to June 2011)

Army Service Component Command level USSOUTHCOM/ USNORTHCOM Theater Operations Officer to the G3 for all operations, plans and exercises. Supervised and monitored daily events and operations to include contingency operations, CJCS exercises, JCETs, security assistance operations and plans involving Army Special Operations Forces (ARSOF) within the USSOUTHCOM/ USNORTHCOM area of responsibility (AOR). Responsible for the development, refinement, and maintenance of all deployment and employment plans for ARSOF in USSOUTHCOM / USNORTHCOM Theater to include management of the DoD Global Force Management Plan. Interfaced regularly with regional theater staffs, Department of the Army, and other agencies to coordinate and execute sensitive operational missions. Served as the USASOC focal point for ARSOF issues in the USSOUTHCOM/ USNORTHCOM AOR.


Special Forces Assistant Detachment Commander for Humanitarian Demining Operation (San Golqui and Santa Marta, Ecuador January 2002- March 2002). Department of Defense and Department of State program to promote the foreign policy interests of the United States by assisting other nations in protecting their populations from landmines and clearing land of the threat posed by landmines remaining after conflict has ended. The humanitarian demining program includes training of host nation de-miners, establishment of national demining organizations, provision of demining equipment, mine awareness training, and research development. Awarded the Ecuador Defense Medal


Special Forces Engineer Non-Commission Officer (August 1998 to September 2000)

Served as the Engineer of a four man Civil Affairs Tactical Team within a Special Operations Civil Affairs Company; responsible for the planning and conduct of engineer projects for civil affairs operations in the CINCSOUTH AOR; supported US National Policy which involved interface/ coordination with host nation military and civilian agencies; enhanced Foreign Nation Support, Populace and Resource Control, Humanitarian Assistance and Military Civic Action to promote mission legitimacy and enhance military effectiveness.


Special Forces Senior Engineer Sergeant (March 1993 to July 1998)

Served as the Engineer Sergeant; assisted in planning and conducting detachment level direct action, foreign internal defense, special reconnaissance, and unconventional warfare operations in support of CINC USSOUTHCOM objectives; advised the commander on engineering techniques and demolition employment; provided engineer and demolitions training in both CONUS and OCONUS; trained indigenous units up to battalion level; maintained equipment valued at $38,000; proficient in the Spanish Language.




One class short of a Bachelors of Social Science, Concentration in History

Campbell University, Buies Creek, North Carolina

Military Schooling- Personnel Recovery Execution (PR-300) by Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA) Military Schooling- Non-Conventional Assisted Recovery Plans and Operations (PR-303) by JPRA

Military Schooling- Personnel Recovery Plans and Operations (PR-301) by JPRA

Military Schooling- Special Forces Engineer Sergeant Course (18C)

Military Schooling- Advanced Special Operations Techniques (ASOT)

Military Schooling- Individual Terrorism Awareness Course (INTAC)

Military Schooling- Anti-Terrorism (AT)/ Force Protection Level 1 & 2

Military Schooling- Humanitarian Deming Course by Department of Defense (DoD)

Military Schooling- Information Operations (IO)

Military Schooling- Civil Affairs (CA) Course

Military Schooling- Special Operations Tactics (SOT)

Military Schooling- Target Analysis (TA) by DoD

Military Schooling- Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC) and Operation and Intelligence

Course (O&I) [currently the Special Forces Intelligence Course (18F)]

Military Schooling- Basic & Advanced Course on the Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation


  • Close Quarter Breaching Charges/ Explosives
  • Perform and teach tasks in demolitions
  • Perform and teach tasks in explosives
  • Perform and teach tasks in improvised munitions
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