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Todd D. Moore

Deputy Director of Operations

United States Air Force

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United States Air Force

Background Information

Employment History

President

Northern Air Corporation


Deputy Director of Operations

United States Gypsum Company


Vice President

Combustion Heat & Power Inc


Student

Naval War College


Naval War College

Student


Affiliations

James Farrell

Member of American Legion


Chicago Chocolate Company

Chief Operating Officer


United Mine Workers of America

Member


Army Reserves 17

Member of the Years


Education

finance

IU


MBA

Notre Dame


bachelor of arts degree

public service administration

Waynesburg College


graduate degree

West Virginia University


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The Official Website for The City of Portales, New Mexico.

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Todd Moore
Lt. Moore (second from right) is assigned as the Commander of the Investigations and Special Operations Division. He has been employed with the Portales Police Department since 1995. He is certified through the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy and holds several advanced certifications. Lt Moore is responsible for Criminal Investigations, Internal Affairs, the Adopt-A-Cop program, School Resource officers and the Police Service Aides. In addition, he oversees the Animal Control and Code Enforcement function of the Department. Lt. Moore has a proven track record of successfully managing, investigating and receiving convictions in several major criminal cases. Prior to coming to the Department, Lt. Moore served with the United States Air Force as a Security Specialist.


www.portalesnm.org

Todd Moore
Lieutenant Lt. Moore is assigned as the Commander of the Investigations and Special Operations Division. He has been employed with the Portales Police Department since 1995. He is certified through the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy and holds several advanced certifications. Lt Moore is responsible for Criminal Investigations, Internal Affairs, the Adopt-A-Cop program, School Resource officers and the Police Service Aides. In addition, he oversees the Animal Control and Code Enforcement function of the Department. Lt. Moore has a proven track record of successfully managing, investigating and receiving convictions in several major criminal cases. Prior to coming to the Department, Lt. Moore served with the United States Air Force as a Security Specialist.


SouthBendTribune.com: This Curse is helping the Cubs all the way from Iraq

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Flying through Iraqi air space, Capt. Todd Moore of the U.S. Air Force always has a reminder of home sitting right beside him.His name is Curse.Todd, a 1985 South Bend Adams graduate, is a navigator on a C-130 Hercules transport plane, taking troops and equipment in and out of Iraq.His buddy, Curse, is a goat, a stuffed-animal goat that Todd bought outside Wrigley Field -- just one block from where Todd now lives when he isn't flying for the 440th Airlift Wing out of Wisconsin."Curse and I put our heads together and decided the best way to get rid of the curse was to ship him off to war," says Todd, 37."It would build character, and this would give him the courage to face down the dreaded 'Billy Goat' curse."Todd, currently stationed at a Kuwait air base, takes Curse just about everywhere, including on the combat missions during which insurgents occasionally take shots at them.Curse has on his Cubbie blue, but also is known to wear body armor and other military gear."The guys in the unit think I'm nuts," Todd admits in an e-mail message."Other than the Cub fans, that is."He is always worried that some St. Louis Cardinal-loving Marine will try to kidnap Curse.Of course, Todd has far more serious worries than that while serving since November in the not-always-friendly skies over Afghanistan and Iraq.Todd also tells us who the real heroes are."Honestly, we have it easy here," he says.Todd, a former banker, enlisted into the Air Force Reserves in between getting a degree in finance at IU and his MBA from Notre Dame.Originally in military intelligence at Grissom Air Force Base, he has been a C-130 navigator since 1995 with hundreds of combat hours under his belt."I am a fiercely patriotic person and saw this as more of a duty to the country," Todd says.He believes in what he is doing.While back in Chicago, Todd uses his Cub season tickets and also helps his older brother, Eric, and Mark Tarner in their new venture, the Chicago Chocolate Company (www.chicagochocolate.com)."Curse won't accept anything but a World Series victory," Todd says.


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The Official Website for The City of Portales, New Mexico.

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