Rafael Jovet-Ramos is an experienced officer in the United States Army. He started his career by attending the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico (San Juan) in 2000 where he pursued a Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resources Management degree.
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Rafael Jovet-Ramos is an experienced officer in the United States Army. He started his career by attending the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico (San Juan) in 2000 where he pursued a Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resources Management degree. In 2007, he enrolled at Trident University International in Cypress, California, for a Master of Business Administration in Logistics degree.
Rafael Jovet-Ramos attended the United States Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) at Fort Leavenworth in 2010 to learn more about full spectrum joint, interagency, and multinational operations. CGSC is a graduate school for the US Army and is dedicated to developing leaders in various operational dimensions. The institution is also the lead agent for developing Army leaders.
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Rafael Jovet-Ramos has served in the United States Army for more than 18 years as an Officer in Operations Management, Psychological Operations, Logistics, Program Analysis, and Administration. He has a track record of success and has been recognized by American and foreign dignitaries for his contributions to the Army’s mission. Jovet-Ramos has participated in missions across the world during his career. Since 2013, Rafael Jovet-Ramos has worked as a martial arts instructor at Gracie Barra School in Spring Lake, North Carolina.
Rafael Jovet-Ramos has extensive knowledge of various martial arts disciplines, including taekwondo. Between 2010 and 2011, he was an assistant taekwondo instructor at Fort Leavenworth Taekwondo Academy. His responsibilities included adapting teaching methods to meet students’ needs, establish clear objectives for all lessons and projects, and instruct students individually and in groups using various teaching methods and techniques. Rafael Jovet-Ramos is an experienced martial artist with more than 15 years of training and instructing.
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