CPT Torres received her commission upon completion of Officer Candidate School in December 2005, after ten years of service as an Information Systems Operator/Analyst. She completed the Signal Officer Basic Course in 2006 and the Signal Captain’s Career Course in 2012. She has also completed Airborne and Air-Assault schools.
CPT Torres’ first assignment as a Signal Officer was a Telecommunications Officer in the 67th Expeditionary Signal Battalion (ESB) Operations Office at Fort Gordon, Georgia. After several months of pre-deployment training, she spent 15 months deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, splitting time as the Officer-in-charge of the Regional Network Operations Support Center - Iraq (RNOSC-I) at Victory Base and the Balad Technical Control Facility's Direct Signal Support Team. Upon redeployment, she served as the Battalion S1 until the unit began deployment operations again in June 2009. She served as the Plans Officer until she took command of the 16th Tactical Installation and Networking Company (TIN) several months prior to the 67th ESB’s redeployment. CPT Torres redeployed to Fort Hood, Texas with her new unit in November 2010. She served another year as the Commander of the 16th TIN until she had the opportunity to attend the Signal Captain’s Career Course at Fort Gordon, Georgia. She completed her Master’s of Science in Computer Science at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California in June 2014 with a concentration on Networks and Mobility. Her Master’s research was titled "Information Collection Using Handheld Devices in Unreliable Networking Environments."
M.S., Computer Science, Naval Postgraduate School, 2014B.S., Computer Science, Mount Saint Mary College, 2004
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