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National Able Network with Jim Dodd

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Director, Veteran and Employer Relations
Jimm Dodd joined National Able Network, Inc., in February 2011 as director, Veterans Program. Mr.
Dodd has extensive leadership and management knowledge and an impressive military record.
Currently he is serving as the commander for the 710th Area Support Medical Company located in
Chicago, Illinois. His previous assignment was the project manager CBRNE Consequence
Management Response Force, U.S. Army, responsible for the medical implementation for military
homeland security mission where he implemented a logistical support system for ensuring
equipment availability and developed training programs to meet 100 percent compliance with
national and federal requirements. Mr. Dodd managed and procured mission critical equipment and
identified logistical shortfalls.
While serving as Company Commander, he served as senior advisor and trainer, ensuring the unit
was prepared to complete assigned or assumed missions. Mr. Dodd managed the maintenance and
operational readiness of vehicles and support equipment valued in excess of $4M. He served as a
medical officer, Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, U.S. Army. Through his
forward-thinking, Mr. Dodd developed standing protocols for emergency treatment of solders for
Afghan National Army and a training plan to ensure medical personnel were trained for mission
readiness. As Battalion S1/HR Manager, he met all deadlines with 100 percent completion of required
personnel records; prepared and deployed three (3) companies for Operation Enduring Freedom,
ensuring 100 percent deployable personnel strength. During Operation Iraqi Freedom Mr. Dodd was
responsible for leading a medical company that provided battlefield treatment and evacuation of
injured service men and women throughout theater of operation.