Arthur Cordes is an ex-Marine Corps sniper who spent ten years with the United States Army, eight of those years he spent in the Marine Corps. After being honorably discharged from the Marine Corps, he settled down he started working in the USEPA ERRS and USACE programs as a Site Superintendent.
United States Marine Corps
Arthur Cordes was born in Walnut Creek, California and was raised in Picher Oklahoma. He joined the United States Army in 1983, and after two years joined the United States Marine Corp. After completing his tenure in the United States Marine Corps, he was honorably discharged in 1993. He is currently working as a Site Superintendent. Arthur Cordes spent ten years serving his country; two years in the United States Army, and eight years in the United States Marine Corps. He left the Marine Corps in 1993 and started working in the hazardous waste removal and emergency response industry across the Midwest, South Central, and Rocky Mountain regions.
Sniper in the Marine Corps
Arthur Cordes grew up being fascinated with the men in uniform and soon after graduating from high school he joined the United States Army. After two years of being in the army, he was transferred to the United States Marine Corps where he remained until he was discharged in 1993. He was a sniper in the Marine Corps.
After completing his tenure with the United States Marine Corps, Arthur Cordes started working in the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), and the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) as an RM, superintendent, and foreman on sites involving excavation of lead-contaminated soil. Waste categorization, Consolidation and T&D, containment system construction, and facility de-con/demo. Arthur Cordes started working with the USEPA foreman and equipment operator after leaving the United States Marine Corps in 1993. He spent ten years serving his country; two years with the US Army, and eight years as a sniper with the US Marine Corps.
Experience in Supervising Personnel
Arthur Cordes has eighteen years’ experience in supervising personnel and equipment ops, monitoring budget and schedule, determining technical approaches, and ensuring safety compliance across the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) regions. He has been working in the hazardous waste removal and emergency response service for twenty years across the Midwest, South Central, and Rocky Mountain regions.
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