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James Dooley
Works at U.S. Army
Attended University of Texas at Arlington
Lived in Norman, OK
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This is simultaneously everything I love about the Pacific North West, and everything I hate about the same. It's absolutely beautiful out here, but hazy and overcast. It's wet, but not raining. It's cool, but not cold. If you could see it on a warm, clear day, there is really nothing like it. But most likely when you arrive, it will look like this...

By the way, if you can see it at all, in the photo, that's the northern edge of Washington State, across the water. Spectacular yesterday. Almost invisible, today...
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Prairie Dog puppies!
 
Here are more pictures of the prairie dog pups at Lake Arrowhead State Park near Wichita Falls
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Yup, he's real ! A Baby Netherland Dwarf Rabbit....too cute ~
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Great motto, for a great event. I've done a 4 of these in the last two years, including two Beasts (20+km) and a Trifecta. 
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Feeding the seals... Not a bad way to spend my lunch break! 
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Not the cutest picture,but still...baby animal!
 
Unique, shy, and drifting towards extinction, pandas still remain a recognizable symbol of conservation worldwide. #Photographer Ami Vitale accompanied a crew from PBS and National Geographic Television to the mountainous region of Sichuan Province, China to document giant pandas that are slated to be released into the wild at the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant #Panda at Wolong.

Read more: Photo Essay - LightBox http://lightbox.time.com/2014/04/14/panda-photos-conservation-wild/#1
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I'd love to spend a few days snorkeling there!
 
Sea loins are all over the Galapagos Islands ...... so much wildlife enjoys the Islands, much better viewed if you click on the photo
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What a cutie!

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  • U.S. Army
    1994 - present
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Norman, OK - Heilbron, Germany - Copperas Cove, Texas - Ft Huachuca, Arizona - Harker Heights, Texas - Carlisle, Pennsylvania - Burke, Virginia - Arlington, Texas - Hephzibah, Georgia - Ft Clayton, Panama - Augusta, Georgia - Amberg, Germany - Volkach, Germany - Springfield, Virginia - Canberra, Australia -
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Lieutenant Colonel James Ryan Dooley was born to Colonel James E. Dooley III (RET) and the former Angela F. Moore in Norman, Oklahoma on April 01, 1971.

His formative years were spent moving every three years (or less) to locations including Stuttgart, Germany; Copperas Cove, Texas; Ft Huachuca, Arizona; Harker Heights, Texas; Carlisle, Pennsylvania; and Burke, Virginia.

After high school graduation, he went on to study at George Mason University, Virginia, and then the University of Texas at Arlington where he eventually earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems.

Proudly serving in his father's footsteps, he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Signal Corps upon graduation, December 17, 1994.

His first duty station was Panama, where over a three-year period his assignments included:  Platoon Leader, 154th Signal Battalion, 106th Signal Brigade, Fort Clayton; Battalion Signal Officer, 1-228 Aviation Regt, Fort Kobbe; J6, Task Force 411, Camp Rousseau; Executive Officer/Platoon Leader, 252nd Signal Company, 56th Signal Battalion, Fort Clayton; and Executive Officer, 94th Signal Company, 56th Signal Battalion, Corozal.

His next two tours were in Germany, were he served with the First Infantry Division.  Over a six-year period, his assignments included:  Brigade Signal Officer for 3d Brigade, Vilseck; S1/Adjutant for 121st Signal Battalion, Kitzingen; Division G6 Operations OIC, Wuerzburg; and Company Commander of Bravo Company, 121 Signal Battalion, Kitzingen.

While serving with First Infantry Division, LTC Dooley deployed to Kosovo as a part of KFOR1B, and to Iraq as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom II.

His next tour was as the Chief Communications Officer for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency's Operations Center, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, followed by a posting to Canberra, Australia where he completed the Command and General Staff College.

Upon completion of the course, he was assigned as the Brigade Signal Officer for the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team, Vicenza, Italy.

While there he completed a deployment to Afghanistan, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom X.

He now serves with the DISA Exchange Office, with duty in Ottawa, Ontario supporting DND in the ADM(IM), DGIMO, D STRAT CS as the JSCSS Section Head (formerly DIMTPS 3).

LTC Dooley has attended the following schools: Officer's Basic Course, Officer's Advanced Course, CAS3, ILE/CGSC, Airborne School, Air Assault School, Rappel Master's School, Air Crew Survival School, and JMPE-II.

His decorations include:  Combat Action Badge, Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, Bronze Star medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Army Commendation medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Army Achievement medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Overseas Service Ribbon with the numeral 7, and two awards of the National Defense Service Ribbon.  His foreign awards include the German Armed Forces Efficiency Badge (Gold Award),  Italian Parachutist Badge, Parachutist Badge from the Netherlands, and now, the CDS Commendation from Canada.

LTC Dooley is extremely fortunate to have married the former Kimberly Goodhart. They have two children; Sabrina, a Suma Cum Laud Graduate of Shippensburg University, now working at Disney World, Orlando, Florida; and Jacoby, a Sophomore at the University of North Texas, majoring in Behaviour Analysis, with dual minors in Psychology and Philosophy. 
Bragging rights
Climbed the highest mountain in Australia. Was once the Northernmost person in the world (North Pole). Held the 2008 Olympic Torch.
Education
  • University of Texas at Arlington
    Information Systems, 1990 - 1995
  • George Mason University
    Computer Science Engineering, 1989 - 1990
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