Curriculum Vitae Joachim Beckh

Curriculum Vitae Joachim BeckhBrief summary:

Born in Stuttgart, joined after apprentice training as electro-mechanic and energy-electronic the German Navy. 16 months training as Radar technician in the USA (Norfolk/Virginia, Mare Island/California, Great Lakes/Chicago) with Language Training at the Defence Language Institute at Lackland Airforce Base, San Antonio/Texas.

Served over 4 year on the Destroyers ROMMEL and MOELDERS (Charles F. Adams Class, Z-103B), then teacher for communication systems on the Frigattes F-122 and F123 and as curator of the historical collection. Afterwords Windows & LotusNotes Domino network and system administrator in the German Submarine Flottila and CIS Demands Manager, then Concepts Plans and Development in the German Fleet Headquarter.

Worked eight years on the book BLITZ & ANKER, which has lots of details about Information and Communication Systems with historical background and since Google took the effort to scan both of the volumes, I take it as a compliment and provide the link:

The book can be ordered over AMAZON, BOD a.o. or in a book shop. A more detailed vita of myself for data mining…

Education & Training

1981- 1985

Apprenticeship Electro-mechanic and Energy-Electronics
Schaudt / Hauni-Schaudt, Hedelfingerstrasse 137, 7000 Stuttgart 61, Germany
Werner-Siemens-Schule, Heilbronnerstrasse 153, 7000 Stuttgart 1, Germany

1985 – 1986

Naval Electronics Primary Course
Naval School for Position Finding
Marineortungsschule (MOS), Elbestrasse 101, 27570 Bremerhaven, Germany

1985

Damage Control and Fire Fighting
Naval Technical School
Technische Marineschule (TMS), Lehrgruppe Schiffssicherung, 23722 Neustadt in Holstein, Germany

1986

American Language Course
Defence Language Institute
Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas 78236, United States of America
Radar AN/SPS 40 B,C,D DMTI and Automation Module and Radar AN/SPS 67 (V)1 Maintenance

Fleet Training Center
9549 Bainbridge Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 23511-2594, United States of America
Radar ET/A Adv ELEC PH AN/SPS 10 and AN/SPA 25
Naval Station Great Lakes
2601E Paul Jones St., Great Lakes, Illinois 60088-2845, United States of America

1989

Petty Officer
Naval Petty Officer School
Marineunteroffizierschule (MUS), Ruhleben 30, 24306 Plön, Germany
Self-Confidence in Presentations and Talking
Grone-Schule Schleswig-Holstein GmbH
Andreas-Gayk-Str. 7-11, 24103 Kiel, Germany

1989 – 1990

AN/SPS 52C u. AN/UYK 20
Mare Island Naval Shipyard (MINS)
Mare Island, Vallejo, California, United States of America
Identification Friend-Foe System AIMS MK XII IFF
Fleet Training Center
9549 Bainbridge Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 23511-2594, United States of America

1991

MS-Word Windows 1.1
Academy for Job Training and Education
Akademie für berufliche Bildung, Sophienblatt 82, 2300 Kiel 1, Germany

1992

Job Applications
Grone-Schule Schleswig-Holstein GmbH
Andreas-Gayk-Str. 7-11, 24103 Kiel, Germany

1993

Naval Communications Officer
Naval Officer School
Marineschule Mürwik (MSM), Kelmstrasse 14, 24944 Flensburg, Germany

1993 – 1995

Naval Electronics
Naval School for Position Finding
Marineortungsschule (MOS), Elbestrasse 101, 27570 Bremerhaven, Germany

1994

Naval Logistics
Naval Logistic School
Marineversorgungsschule (MVS), Thomasplatz 1, 25992 List/Sylt, Germany
Officer Damage Control and Fire Fighting
Naval Technical School
Technische Marineschule (TMS), Lehrgruppe Schiffssicherung, 23722 Neustadt in Holstein, Germany

1999

Security of Information Technology (IT-Security) Officer
Naval Communications School
Marinefernmeldeschule (MFmS), Mürwikerstrasse 203, 24944 Flensburg, Germany
United Nations Mission

CIS Support Regiment 40
Führungsunterstützungsregiment 40 (FüUstReg 40), Lager Aulenbach, Truppenübungsplatz, 55774 Baumholder, Germany
Foreign Assignment
2nd Tank Battailon
Panzerartilleriebataillon 2 (PArtBat 2), Truppenübungsplatz Heuberg, Stetten am Kalten Markt, Germany

2000

AN/PRC-117D Tactical Satellite Communication
Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force Headquarter Stabilization Force (HQ SFOR)
Camp Butmir, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

2001

Information Operations – Ethical Hacking, New Threats
Naval Technical School
Marinetechnikschule (MTS), Parow, Strelasund Kaserne, Pappelallee 24, 18445 Kramerhof, Germany
Network Security
UNILOG Nürnberg
Flughafenstrasse 100, 90411 Nürnberg, Germany

2002

Windows NT 4.0
UNILOG Munich
Prielmayerstraße 3, 80335 Munich, Germany
UNIX Linux User
UNILOG Cologne
Breite Straße 137-139, 50667 Cologne, Germany
Lotus Notes Domino R5
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), Schlossstraße 51, 56068 Koblenz, Germany

2003

Windows 2000 Client & Server Administration Microsoft Certified Professional
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), Schlossstraße 51, 56068 Koblenz, Germany
SNA Server Windows NT
Competence Center für Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), August-Bebel-Straße 19, 01219 Dresden, Germany

Systems Management Server
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), August-Bebel-Straße 19, 01219 Dresden, Germany
SAP Introduction

Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), August-Bebel-Straße 19, 01219 Dresden, Germany

ORACLE and SQL
UNILOG Munich, Prielmayerstraße 3, 80335 Munich, Germany

ORACLE Data Modeling and Database design
UNILOG Frankfurt, Hahnstr. 70, 60528 Frankfurt, Germany

ORACLE Database Administration
UNILOG Munich, Prielmayerstraße 3, 80335 Munich, Germany

Web Design
UNILOG Düsseldorf, Am Wehrhahn 50, 40211 Düsseldorf, Germany

2004

Maritime Command & Control Information System (MCCIS) Operational User
German Navy Fleet Headquarter
Flottenkommando, Führungsunterstützungszentrum Marine A
Uferstrasse 24, 24960 Glücksburg, Germany

Extensible Markup Language XLS (T)
UNILOG Stuttgart
Königstrasse 32, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany

ORACLE and PL/SQL
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), August-Bebel-Straße 19, 01219 Dresden, Germany

Extensible Markup Language XML Schema
UNILOG Stuttgart, Königstrasse 32, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany

LINUX/UNIX Administration Basics
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), August-Bebel-Straße 19, 01219 Dresden, Germany

ORACLE Forms
UNILOG Cologne, Breite Straße 137-139, 50667 Cologne, Germany

JavaSript Programming
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), August-Bebel-Straße 19, 01219 Dresden, Germany

Extensible Markup Language Software XML Spy
UNILOG Hamburg, Am Sandtorkai 71, 20457 Hamburg, Germany

2005

Message Text Formatting Tool and E-Mailing-Software IRIS/MFS Enterprise User
Definition System for Message Text Format Generation IRIS/DEF Professional
SYSTEMATIC Software Engineering Ltd., Riverside Way, Camberley, Surrey GU15 3YL, England

Extensible Markup Language XML and Databases
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), August-Bebel-Straße 19, 01219 Dresden, Germany

Visual Basic – Introduction
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), August-Bebel-Straße 19, 01219 Dresden, Germany

Extensible Markup Language XML and Web Services Security
UNILOG Frankfurt, Hahnstrasse 70, 60528 Frankfurt, Germany

NATO Content Management System WISE Content Manager
German Navy Fleet Headquarter
Flottenkommando, Führungsunterstützungszentrum Marine A
Uferstrasse 24, 24960 Glücksburg, Germany

Visual Basic Object Oriented Programming
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT)
August-Bebel-Straße 19, 01219 Dresden, Germany

2006

IT-Project Manager / Part A / IT-Management
UNILOG Berlin, Potsdamer Platz 1, 10785 Berlin, Germany

ORACLE 10g New Features
UNILOG Berlin, Potsdamer Platz 1, 10785 Berlin, Germany

NATO Administrator Training Maritime Command & Control Information System (MCCIS)
NATO Communication and Information Systems School (NCISS)
Via Chiesuola 78, 04100 Borgo Piave, Latina, Italy

Extensible Markup Language XML and Web Services
UNILOG Berlin, Potsdamer Platz 1, 10785 Berlin, Germany

2007

Project Manager / Part B / Leadership and Communication
UNILOG Berlin, Potsdamer Platz 1, 10785 Berlin, Germany

Project Manager / Part C / Special Work Procedures
UNILOG Berlin, Potsdamer Platz 1, 10785 Berlin, Germany

Project Manager / Part D / Systemic Project Management
UNILOG Berlin, Potsdamer Platz 1, 10785 Berlin, Germany

2008

Management I – Recognizing the Leadership tasks
UNILOG Berlin, Anna Louisa Karsch Str.2, 10178 Berlin, Germany

Management II – Motivation and Conflicts Management
UNILOG Berlin, Anna Louisa Karsch Str.2, 10178 Berlin, Germany

Management III – Systemic Thinking in changing processes
UNILOG Berlin, Anna Louisa Karsch Str.2, 10178 Berlin, Germany

NATO Communication and Information Systems (CIS) Orientation for Officers
NATO Communication and Information Systems School (NCISS)
Via Chiesuola 78, 04100 Borgo Piave, Latina, Italy

2009

Architecture of IT-Systems and Development of IT-Systems
Federal Academy of Defense Administration and Defense Technology
Bundesakademie für Wehrverwaltung und Wehrtechnik (BAkWVT)
Seckenheimer Landstraße 6, 68163 Mannheim, Germany

Design, Development and Administration of Windows Server 2003 Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and Certificate Security
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), August-Bebel-Straße 19, 01219 Dresden, Germany

2010

Customer Product Management (CPM) in the Federal Armed Forces
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), August-Bebel-Straße 19, 01219 Dresden, Germany

2011

Protection of Private Data and Rights
Federal Academy of Defense Administration and Defense Technology
Bundesakademie für Wehrverwaltung und Wehrtechnik (BAkWVT)
Seckenheimer Landstraße 6, 68163 Mannheim, Germany

Psychological Operations (PSYOPS) Planners Course
NATO School Oberammergau
82487 Oberammergau, Germany

Experience

1987 – 1988

Petty Officer Control, Communication and Information Systems (CCIS)
On board destroyer ROMMEL, Mecklenburgerstrasse 50a, 24106 Kiel, Germany
Service and maintenance of radar installations AN/SPS 40 B,C,D with ET/A Adv ELEC PH, AN/SPS 10 and AN/SPS 67 (V)1 and radar consoles AN/SPA 25. Supervision of electronic systems at sea and in port. Overall 56.658 nautical miles at sea.

1989

Petty Officer Control, Communication and Information Systems (CCIS)
Staff 1st Destroyer Squadron, Ship Support Group, Mecklenburgerstrasse 50a, 24106 Kiel, Germany
Responsible for the changes in the documentations, modernisations and introduction of computer technology.

1990 – 1993

Chief Petty Officer Control, Communication and Information Systems (CCIS)
On board destroyer MÖLDERS, Mecklenburgerstrasse 50a, 24106 Kiel, Germany
Responsible of service and maintenance of all Control , Communication and Information Systems (CCIS); the central processor unit (UYK-7), 11 consoles OA 7979 and OJ 194 with peripherals and the system for digital data transmission (USQ-36 with peripherals) with the systems and gadgets for internal ships communication at sea and in port. Overall 56.106 nautical miles at sea.

1994 – 1998

Instructor for Naval Communication Systems
Message Handling Terminal Frigates Class 122 and 123
Naval Communications School
Marinefernmeldeschule (MFmS), Mürwikerstrasse 203, 24944 Flensburg, Germany
Instructor for Naval Communication Systems and Message Handling Terminals on the Frigates Class 122 and 123 and the communication equipment of the German Navy for Partnership-for-Peace (PfP).

1997 – 2002

Curator for the collection of field-related training (secondary function)
Keeper of the Military Diary of the school (secondary function)
Naval Communication School
Marinefernmeldeschule (MFmS), Mürwikerstrasse 203, 24944 Flensburg, Germany
Curator for the collection of field-related training and responsible for the continuation of the military diary. Guided tours in the collection for all courses and civilians (about 3.000 persons total); 700 different exhibits. Participation in the Working Group of the German Military History Museum.

1998 – 1999

Officer for Communication and Information Systems/Infrastructure
Naval Communication School
Marinefernmeldeschule (MFmS), Mürwikerstrasse 203, 24944 Flensburg, Germany
Infrastructure Officer responsible for telecommunication, the communication and training facilities, the documentation and IT concept and the transfer of the training to the Naval Technical School.

1999 – 2002

Public Relations Officer and Representative for Historical Relations
Naval Communication School
Marinefernmeldeschule (MFmS), Mürwikerstrasse 203, 24944 Flensburg, Germany

1999 – 2000

Signal Operations Officer / Public Telephone and Telegraph Project Officer
United Nations Communication Liaison Officer (UN COMMS LIASON OFFICER)
HQ Stabilization Force (HQ SFOR)
Camp Butmir, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Combined Joint Division 6 (CJ6 OPS)
In the Combined Joint Staff for Communications and Information Systems Management Branch (CJ6/OPS & PLAN) the Public Telephone and Telegraph Project Officer responsible for the monitoring of commercial communications and information systems and Liaison Officer to the local telephone companies and the commissioning, management and supervision of the locally recruited civilians.
Support for Fund Manager in contracting and SFOR requirements. Assistant to the director SFOR of commercial communications (CJ6) in the planning, design and the status report of SFOR communication and information systems.
As United Nations Communications Liaison Officer in charge of the Department CJ6 for monitoring the network and the communication systems and Project Officer for the commercial communications SFOR satellites for the entire United Nations Video Satellite System (VSAT). Support for legal agreements between SFOR and the United Nations for the legal department.
Responsible SFOR Officer for the monitoring of the international access codes and the status report of the United Nations system to SFOR and the management of the demands for the communications network in Sarajevo/BIH.

2000 – 2002

IT-Security Officer Naval Communication School
Naval Communication School
Marinefernmeldeschule (MFmS), Mürwikerstrasse 203, 24944 Flensburg, Germany
Responsible Officer for the network, training facilities and the implementation of regulations and safety measures in the information technology; editing and updating of the IT security concept and maintenance of the IT security documentation.

2002 – 2003

Data Base, Software and Organisations Officer
Submarine Flotilla
U-Bootflottille, Am Ort 6, 24340 Eckernförde, Germany
Responsible Officer for the Configuration Management of IT equipment and administration of the base network; user support and administration of Lotus Notes Domino network in the entire area of the Naval Base Eckernförde.

2003 – 2006

Data Base, Software and Organisations Officer
Fleet Headquarter M6 Division
Flottenkommando M6-Abteilung, Uferstrasse 24, 24960 Glücksburg, Germany
Supervision, installation and administration of the IRIS Definition System (IRIS DEF) and IRIS Message Format Systems (IRIS MFS) in the tactical / operational information and character-oriented information exchange using NATO Allied Data Publication 3 (ADatP-3), Operation Specification Over-The-Horizon Gold (OTH-GOLD OS) and other Formats. Responsible for the specifications for the generation of national mission files (Message Text Formats, MTF) for the German Fleet; representative in national and international organisations for the IRIS-DEF/MFS. Contributions to information exchange in management and information systems and command and weapons control systems.

2005

Military Tribunal (North)
Community Judge
Truppendienstgericht Nord, 9. und 10. Kammer, Mittelweg 110, 20109 Hamburg, Germany
Volunteer Judge for soldiers up to the rank Lieutenant.

2006 – 2011

Data Base, Software and Organisations Officer
Datenverarbeitungs-, Anwendungs- und Organisationsdienst Offizier
Fleet Headquarter M6 Division
Flottenkommando M6-Abteilung, Uferstrasse 24, 24960 Glücksburg, Germany
Demands Management Officer for military and civilian systems for the national Recognized Maritime Picture (RMP); national representative in several national committees and international working groups. Coordinator of the overall mesh network of command and information systems of the German Navy, joint in the Federal German Forces and combined in NATO and surveying of the contributions and claims for developments in the tactical-graphic information systems.
Analysis and evaluation of user request and problem reports, preparation of proposals for the system and software maintenance and modification, development of input and updating of user and operational concepts, participation and involvement in system maintenance, tests and changes, participation in organisations of national and international configuration and utilization management, compilation of contributions from field reports.
Representative of the German Fleet Command and the Maritime Headquarter (MHQ) in national and international user and technical groups in CIS matters (JOINT, COMBINED, NATO, EU, Coalitions, Civil-Military). National Representative in the NATO Technical Working Group (MTWG) for the Maritime Command & Control Information System and advisor in relation to NATO and the Future MCCIS Functional Maritime Services (FUMARSER) / Project TRITON.

2012 – today

Data Base, Software and Organisations Officer
Datenverarbeitungs-, Anwendungs- und Organisationsdienst Offizier
Fleet Headquarter M6 Division
Flottenkommando M6-Abteilung, Uferstrasse 24, 24960 Glücksburg, Germany
Concepts, Development & Experimentation (CD&E) Officer for military and civilian systems for the national Recognized Maritime Picture (RMP); national representative in national committees and international working groups. Coordinator of the overall mesh network of command and information systems of the German Navy, joint in the Federal German Forces and combined in NATO and surveying of the contributions and claims for developments in the tactical-graphic information systems.
Analysis and evaluation of user request and problem reports, preparation of proposals for the system and software maintenance and modification, development of input and updating of user and operational concepts, participation and involvement in system maintenance, tests and changes, participation in organisations of national and international configuration and utilization management, compilation of contributions from field reports.
Representative of the German Fleet Command and the Maritime Headquarter (MHQ) in national and international user and technical groups in CIS matters (JOINT, COMBINED, NATO, EU, Coalitions, Civil-Military). National Representative in the NATO Technical Working Group (MTWG) for the Maritime Command & Control Information System and advisor in relation to NATO and the Future MCCIS Functional Maritime Services (FUMARSER) / Project TRITON.

Certificates, Collaborations & Responsibilities

1981

License for sailing yachts and motor vessels (A)
Landratsamt Lindau, Stiftsplatz 4, 88131 Lindau, Free State of Bavaria, Germany

1982

Lake Constance Boat Master Certificate
Landratsamt Lindau, Stiftsplatz 4, 88131 Lindau, Free State of Bavaria, Germany

1983

5. Kyu-Grade Jiu-Jiutsu
German DAN-College, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg
Deutsches DAN-Kollegium e.V., Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

1985 – 2010

20th German Olympic Sports Federation Badge Gold
Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund (DOSB), Otto-Fleck-Schneise 12, 60528 Frankfurt am Main

1985 – 1994

Motor Boat and Sailing Licences

  • German Navy License for Sailing Boats and Motor Vessel
  • Sailing Boats Class A and Sailing Boats Class B Coastal Waters
  • License for Sailing and Motor Boats Class
  • German Sailing Association License for Yachts Costal Waters (BR)
  • US Ship Mate Navy Sailing Laser of the Navy of the United States of America

1987

Äquator-, Polar- and Black Sea Baptism
Destroyers MÖLDERS and ROMMEL, Mecklenburgerstrasse 50a, 24106 Kiel, Germany

1990

Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Open Water
Northern California Skin Divers Club
Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI), Vallejo 94591 California, United States of America

1997

Fishing License of the state of Schleswig-Holstein
National sport fishing federation Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

2001

Advisor History of Communication” for the Heinz-Nixdorf-Forum Paderborn
Preparation and implementation of the exhibition The World History of Cryptography”
Heinz-Nixdorf-Museumsforum, Fürstenallee 7, 33102 Paderborn, Germany

2003

Microsoft Certified Professional
Competence Center for Information Technology
Kompetenzzentrum für Informationstechnologie (KIT), Schlossstraße 51, 56068 Koblenz, Germany

2006 – today

Advisor Navigation & Communication” for the International Maritime Museum Hamburg
International Maritime Museum Hamburg, Koreastraße 1, 20457 Hamburg, Germany
Peter-Tamm-Senior-Stiftung, Kaispeicher

2007

First Aid Medical
Flottenkommando, Sanitätszentrum, Uferstrasse 24, 24960 Glücksburg
(§ 10 BGV A5 Abs. 1 Nr. 1)

Moderator and Founder of the group GLOBAL BUSINESS PEOPLE
XING, Aktiengesellschaft (AG), Hamburg (3.000+ members)

2009

Informal EU Defence Minister Meeting
Presentation of Sea Surveillance Co-operation Baltic Sea (SUCBAS)
Delegate and National Technical Expert
Eriksbergshallen, Gothenborg, Sweden
The countries of Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden demonstrated their network for information sharing in Maritime Security issues.

2010

Secretary Sea Surveillance Co-operation Baltic Sea (SUCBAS)
Secretary of the Technical Working Group in the Sea Surveillance Co-operation Baltic Sea (SUCBAS) until 2012 . Participating states Denmark (DNK), Estonia (EST), Finland (FIN), Germany (DEU), Latvia (LVA), Lithuania (LTU), Poland (POL), and Sweden (SWE).
Federal States Expert Group
Evaluation of the technical System for the Maritime Security Center (MSC)
Maritimes Sicherheitszentrum, Am Alten Hafen 2, 27472 Cuxhaven, Germany. Architectural design and technical implementation of the new national coordination cell for Maritime Safety. Point of Contact of the German Navy for C5ISRS in the German Federal States Expert Group for the construction of the Maritime Security Center in Cuxhaven.

Point of Contact for C5ISRS in the Project Group for Maritime Security of the German Ministry of Defence.

2011

EU Maritime Surveillance (MARSUR) Network Prototype
Delegate and National Technical Expert
Diamant Conference Center, Brussls, Belgium
The European Defence Agency (EDA) and 15 EU Members, led by Finland, demonstrated a Maritime Surveillance (MARSUR) Network on June 30 to show how they could share information about maritime threats.

Moderator and Founder of the groups MARSUR Networking
Facebook & LinkedIn

2012

EU Maritime Surveillance (MARSUR) Networking
DEU Technical Point of Contact (POC) and National Technical Expert
The European Defence Agency (EDA)

Secretary Sea Surveillance Co-operation Baltic Sea (SUCBAS)
Chairman of the Technical Working Group in the Sea Surveillance Co-operation Baltic Sea (SUCBAS)
Participating states Denmark (DNK), Estonia (EST), Finland (FIN), Germany (DEU), Latvia (LVA), Lithuania (LTU), Poland (POL), and Sweden (SWE).
Federal States Expert Group
DEU Technical Point of Contact (POC) and National Technical Expert
Evaluation of the technical System for the Maritime Security Center (MSC)
Maritimes Sicherheitszentrum, Am Alten Hafen 2, 27472 Cuxhaven, Germany. Architectural design and technical implementation of the new national coordination cell for Maritime Safety. Point of Contact of the German Navy for C5ISRS in the German Federal States Expert Group for the construction of the Maritime Security Center in Cuxhaven.

Point of Contact for C5ISRS in the Project Group for Maritime Security of the German Ministry of Defence.

Awards & Rewards

1992

Formal Recognition for exemplary performance of duty
Destroyer MÖLDERS, German Navy

1993

Silver Sailors Badge
German Navy

1996

Performance Communication Staff Badge in Gold
German Navy

Troops Performance Service Badge in gold
German Federal Forces

1997

Royal Dutch March Medal Four Days Cross (Vierdaagse)
Koninklijke Nederlansche Bond voor Lichamelijke Opvöding, Netherland

2000

Deployment Medal of the German Federal Forces STABILISATION FORCE (SFOR)
NATO Deployment Medal FORMER YUGOSLAVIA
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

2005

Appreciation for the active participation in the Continuous Improvement Program
German Fleet Headquarter, German Navy
Performance Award in recognition of outstanding special performance
German Fleet Headquarter, German Navy

2010

20th Repetition German Olympic Sport Federation Badge in Gold
German Olympic Sport Federation
Performance Award in recognition of outstanding special performance
German Fleet Headquarter, German Navy

Publications & Lectures (Link)

1980 – 1981

School Newspaper MEGAPHONE Secondary Scholl Stuttgart-Ostheim
Chief Editor

1987 – 1988

Underground Comic Lower Petty Officer Deck
Destroyer ROMMEL
Editor

1989

Satire Classroom HS13
Naval Officers School Flensburg-Mürwik
Chief Editor

1993 – 1995

Satire Big Edition Classroom HS0502
Naval Operations School
Chief Editor

2001

45 Years Naval Communications School – 100 Years Naval Communications Training in Flensburg
F-Flagge, Newspaper of the German Army for Communications, 28. Edition Number 4
Author

2001

Historical Collection of the Naval Communications School Flensburg-Mürwik (MFmS)
Communications School of the Austrian Forces, 3rd Edition
Author

2001

45 Years Naval Communications School – 100 Years Naval Communications Training in Flensburg
MarineForum, Mittlerverlag, Edition A
Author

2002

Last Good-Bye of the Curator of the Collection – … ars navalis maris vento rum que domatrix…
Marinefunker-QTC, Marinefunker-Runde e.V. Nr. 64
Author

2003

Collection of the Naval Communications School – Looking Back Parts 1 to 4
Marinefunker-QTC, Marinefunker-Runde e.V. Nr. 55 – 58
Author

2005

Military Order versus Court Order
MarineForum, Mittlerverlag
Author

Can we still afford Interoperability?
MarineForum, Mittlerverlag
Author

Cut the beards and drop the pants
Marinefunker-QTC, Marinefunker-Runde e.V. Nr. 65
Author

BLITZ & ANKER – Information Technology, History, Background Information
Self-Publication, Author

A brief summary of the two volumes of BLITZ & ANKER
Marinefunker-QTC, Marinefunker-Runde e.V.
Author

2006

A brief summary of the two volumes of BLITZ & ANKER
Leinen Los!, Edition 6
Author

2007

NATO Conference in Thessaloniki
Maritime Command & Control Information System Technical Working Group (MTWG)
Marinefunker-QTC, Marinefunker-Runde e.V. Nr. 73
Author

2008

BLITZ & ANKER – History of Naval Communications
Extra Edition in Schiff & Zeit, Heft 68
Author

Can we still afford interoperability?
Deutsches Maritimes Kompetenznetz (DMKN)
Author

XML-Technology and Interoperability
Deutsches Maritimes Kompetenznetz (DMKN)
Author

2011

Maritime Security from a Systems View
European Security and Defence, March Edition 2011
Author

Setting a Signal…, the codex of the German Navy
European Security and Defence, March Edition
Author

2011

MARSUR Networking in the European Union
European Security and Defence, September Edition 2012
Author

Training and Jobs

  • High School Diploma (DEU: “Mittlere Reife”)
  • Certified Electrician of Electro-Mechanics and Electrician of Energy Plants
  • Certified Damage Control Team Leader (DEU: “Schiffsicherungstruppfuehrer”)
  • Certified Petty Officer of Communication & Information Systems (CIS, DEU: “Fuehrungsmitteltechnikmaat”)
  • Certified Chief of Command & Communication Information Systems (CCIS, DEU: “Fuehrungssystem- und Fuehrungselektronikmeister”)
  • Certified Damage Control Officer (DEU: “Schiffsicherungs- und Schadensabwehr Offizier Technik”)
  • Teacher for Military Communication & Information Systems (CIS) for frigates class F122/F123 (DEU: “Truppenfachlehrer Gerätekunde/MHT Fregatte 122/123”)
  • Curator of the Naval Collection for Military Communication & Information Systems (DEU: “Leiter der Lehrsammlung für die verwendungsbezogene Ausbildung”)
  • Officer for Communication & Information Technics & Infrastructure (DEU: “Fernmeldetechnik/Infrastruktur”)
  • Press Officer and Advicer of the Commanding Officer Naval Communication School for Naval Tradition and History related subjects (DEU: “Presseoffizier und Beauftragter des Kommandeurs für die Tradition”)
  • Signal Operations Officer CJ6 Headquarter Stabilization Forces (SFOR)
  • IT-Security Officer Naval Communication School
  • CIS Demands Manager of the Communication & Information System German Fleet
  • CD&E Officer German Navy

Courses include: Naval Electronics (DEU: “Marineelektronik”), Language Course at the Defense Language Institute / American Language, Training as Chief Warrant Officer of Command & Communication Information Systems (CCIS, DEU: “Offizier des Militaerfachlichen Dienstes, Marinefuehrungsdienst”), Training in Naval Logistics (DEU: “Logistikeinweisung für Offz MilFD”), Basic Training of the United Nations Peace Keeping in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Training “AN/PRC-117D Tactical Satellite Communication Course Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force”, “Radar AN/SPS 40 B, C, D DMTI”, “Radar AN/SPS 40 B, C, D DMTI Automation Module”, “Radar ET/A Adv ELEC PH AN/SPS 10 and AN/SPA 25”, “Radar AN/SPS 67 (V) 1”, “Radar AN/SPS 52C and AN/UYK 20”, “Identification System Friend/Foe (IFF) AIMS MK XII IFF”, Training IT-Security Officer (DEU: “IT-Sicherheitsbeauftragter”), “Information Operations (InfoOps) – Ethical Hacking, New Threats”, “IT-Security in Networks”, “UNIX Linux”, “LotusNotes Domino”, “Windows 2000 Client & Server Administration”; “SNA Server for Windows NT”, “Systems Management Server”, “SAP Introduction”, “ORACLE and SQL”, “ORACLE Data Base Modelling and Data Base Design”, “ORACLE Data Base Administrator”, “Internet and Intranet”, “Websites and HTML”, “XML Basic in Programming”, “Maritime Command, Control and Information System Operational User Course”, “XLS (T)”, “ORACLE and PL/SQL”, “XML Schema”, “LINUX/UNIX Administration Basics”, “ORACLE Forms”, “JavaScript-Programming”, “XML Spy”, “IRIS/MFS Enterprise User”, “IRIS/DEF Professional Training”, “XML and Datenbanken”, “Visual Basic”, “XML und Web Services”, “XML and Web Services Security”, “WISE Content Manager”, ” Maritime Command, Control and Information System Site Administrator”, “Visual Basic Object oriented Programming”, “ORACLE 10g” and IT-Project Manager, Psychological Operations (PSYOPS) Planner Course.

Other civilian and/or military qualifications:

  • Civilian License for Yachts and Motorboats (DEU: “Binnenfahrt A”)
  • Civilian License “Bodenseeschifferpatent” (DEU: “Erweiterung auf Vergnügungsfahrzeuge mit Maschinenantrieb”)
  • Civilian License for Motorboats (DEU: “Sportbootführerschein”)
  • Military Licenses for Yachts and Motor Boats of the Navy (DEU: “Segelboote und Kraftboote”)
  • Civilian License for Yachting (DEU: “Fuehrerschein für Yachten des Deutschen Seglerverbandes – Küstenfahrt”)
  • US Ship Mate Navy Sailing “Laser”

by Joachim Beckh

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  2. Lieber Joachim,
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    Vy 73 de Werner, OE6NFK
    1. Vors. MFCA

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