Mr. Keely is a Researcher for Pilum Defense Agency. He brings 19 years of experience in military intelligence, data conversion, and various jobs in the community.
Mr. Keely served nine years as a Non-Commissioned Officer with the United States Marine Corps working with a team of three-eight Marines. To derive intelligence, he processed, interpreted, and analyzed imagery gathered by various sensors. He gained proficiency in numerous imagery exploitation and intelligence analysis software applications. He deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom I and II plus to the Joint Analysis Center (JAC Molesworth) in England in support of Operation Northern Watch and counter terrorism. He also served in Colorado at Buckley Air Force Base. He received his Honorable Discharge in 2006.
He successfully transferred his Imagery Analysis skills to his work with Mountain States Imaging. With this company, he performed customized data conversion solutions for clients. For instance, as part of a two-man team, he worked off site at Quantico, Virginia as part of a government contract as well as at their main headquarters in Denver, Colorado. His other work offers a fascinating variety ranging from a baseball umpire (1997-2201) to a process server (2009-2013).
Mr. Keely has been recognized for his military service with numerous awards. Examples include the Combat Action Ribbon, Presidential Unit Citation, Joint Meritorious Unit Citation, Good Conduct Medal, and the National Defense Medal.
Mr. Keely studied for two years at Colorado State University.