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Exceptional leader and problem solver looking to transition from a successful enlistment in the military to the civilian work industry. Dependable worker with four years of avionics experience and one year of technical data management skills. Calm under pressure with superior time management and conflict resolution abilities.
• Verified technical publications and technical manuals were in use and up to date.
• Developed new processes as a command technical data manager resulting in a 4% increase in squadron readiness.
• Screened daily for applicability of rapid action changes and technical directives.
• Operated and maintained avionics and communications equipment.
• Documented and processed classified materials.
• Coordinated and lead personnel in emergency response to a failed landing gear mid-flight.
• Highly experienced in removal and replacement of advanced wiring harnesses, wiring integration assemblies, and generators.
• Trained 15 junior Marines to become basic level avionics technicians.
Position as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician
Over 20 years in Aircraft Maintenance A&P ,FCC,& IA, Licenses Read and interpret Blueprints, E O'S,Shop Drawings ,A D's Schematic Diagrams, Maint. Manuals, &,IPC's Ability to continuously learn, adapt to change, and effectively communicate & interact with diverse groups of people. Remove and Replace Turbine Engines,Transmissions,Avionics Equipment
Sikorsky S76A+, S76 C+ Airbus ,EC135 P2+ A&P Mechanic.. Scheduled and Unscheduled Maintenance and Inspections.(Daily 407 A/C )Part 135 Field Base
TIMCO/UNITED AIRLINES New Orleans, La .Airbus A320 A&P Mechanic
ONSITE/BOEING Valdosta, GA T-38C Avionics Technician
NORTHROP GRUMMAN FL 707-Joint Stars: Avionics Tech/A&P Mechanic
AIRPLANES, INC. Mobile, AL 727 Fed Ex Line: MRO. Avionics Tech C/D-Checks
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
2010- Inspection Authorization License, FAA
2009 Air Conditioning Universal EPA License Esco Institute
2006-Flightsafty Sikorsky S76C++ factory training. West Palm, FL.
2006-PHI Sikorsky S76 A,B,C,C++ training. Lafayette, LA.
1999-Power Plant / Mechanic License, FAA
1998-Airframe Mechanic License, FAA
1988-General Radiotelephone License, FCC
Installed and terminated aircraft wiring in accordance with engineering technical data. Serviced, repaired, and overhauled aircraft avionics systems to ensure airworthiness. Provided United Arab Emirates Air Force aircraft with JHMCS/Sniper pod capabilities.
Managed all aspects of the specialist section training program for 50 employees in three independent career fields. Determined, validated, and prioritized formal training and mission requirement courses. Utilized the Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS) to schedule, track, and document training requirements. Monitored Career Development Courses (CDC) and on-the-job training (OJT) for employees in upgrade training. Ensures accurate collection of in-flight and maintenance data for 26 F-16CM fighter aircraft valued at over $988M. Debriefs 31st Fighter Wing aircrew, inputs data in Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS) and ensures proper aircraft forms documentation. Reports discrepancies to 555th Aircraft Maintenance Unit production superintendent/officer in charge.
Lead 40 personnel and managed resources to oversee the maintenance actions performed on 26 assigned F-16CG/DG aircraft valued at $988M. Enforced quality and safety standards, provided technical expertise, and balanced mission requirements with reduced manning. Coordinated maintenance with the senior advisers and airfield management to meet daily requirements.
Oversaw the maintenance of instrument, flight control, communication, navigation, identification, countermeasures, and attack systems on 31 F-16CG/DG aircraft valued at $670M. Led, taught, and honed skills of 30 military personnel in the avionics shop. Broadened knowledge and skills of personnel on proper documentation procedures for parts turn-in by providing effectual training; coordinated the location and return of misplaced resources to the inventory.