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Professional Summary

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.

  • Removal and installation of avionics equipment
  • Analytical
  • Electrical equipment repair
  • Process implementation
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Self-motivated
  • Data management
Work History
MV-22 Osprey Quality Assurance Tech data manager Nov 2017 - Current
United States Marine Corps Jacksonville, North Carolina

• 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.

MV-22 Osprey Avionics technician Nov 2013 - Nov 2017
United States Marine Corps Jacksonville, North Carolina

 • 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.

Corporals course leadership and personal development 2018
Leadership Seminar MCAS New River
High School Diploma 2013
Ocoee High School Ocoee, FL
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Position as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician

Summary of Qualifications

 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                

  • Use Pitot Static tester. Tic 49 Tic 30,certify transponders and altimeters.Perform Mods on Flight Recorders,Comm/Nav Systems.Build up install wiring Harnesses.                                                             Track and balance with VXP,Rads Equipment.                                                      Check Rig Flight Controls
November 2017
PAE Hammond, La Aircraft Mechanic II Scheduled and Unscheduled Maintenance on Cessna 210,206/ AS 350 Helicopters and Bombardier -8 Aircraft
August 2017
November 2017
RLC Broussard, La A&P Mechanic Scheduled and Unscheduled Maintenance on S-76,407,206 Helicopters
June 2005
July 2017
PHI Lafayette, La A&P Mechanic

Sikorsky S76A+, S76 C+ Airbus ,EC135 P2+ A&P Mechanic.. Scheduled and Unscheduled Maintenance and Inspections.(Daily 407 A/C )Part 135 Field Base

March 2001
June 2005
INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR A&P Mechanic/Avionics Technician

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

December 1996
March 2001
PRIDE INTERNATIONAL Boeing727 & DC9 MRO C&D Checks Alexandria, LA Avionics Technician/A&P Mechanic
June 1991
December 1996
Steves' VCR Repair /Home Maintenance Amite, La Maintenance Technician VCR Repair,Carpentry,Plumbing,Electrical,Electronics,Hvac
October 1990
June 1991
AMERICAN AIRLINES MD80 Tulsa, OK Avionics/Mechanic
January 1986
January 1990
U. S. AIR FORCE F-16 Integrated Avionics Technician

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

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Capable of working with blueprints and wiring schematics to troubleshoot faulty components.  Build and install wiring harnesses and electrical components.  Understanding of electrical components in a circuit card and how they work.  Trained in risk management and critical thinking.
  • Attention to detail
  • Organized
  • Fast learner
  • Punctual
  • CPR qualified
  • High stress tolerance
  • Safety-oriented
  • Trained in electrical test equipment
  • Proper use of hand and pneumatic
  • Wiring diagram interpretation
Military Experience
United States Navy Reserves August 2015 Fire Controlman Saginaw, MI
  • Petty Officer 3rd Class
  • Maintain, troubleshoot, repair electrical auxiliary equipment
  • Maintain and operate weapon systems
  • Troubleshoot shipboard radar systems
Kalitta Air July 2016 to January 2018 Avionics Technician
Oscoda, MI
  • Responsible for all electrical components on aircraft
  • Route and Repair wiring on the aircraft
  • Troubleshoot failures with aircraft electrical, fuel, hydraulics, pneumatic systems
  • Removal and installation of electrical components
Alcona Canoe Rental June 2015 to August 2015 Laborer
Glennie, MI
  • Transport people and canoes to and from landing sites
  • Inspect campground and pick up waste
Education and Training
Tawas Area Highschool 2015 High School Diploma Tawas City, MI
Community Service
Volunteer, East Tawas Fire Department 2016-present
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Professional Summary
Military professional with five years experience managing teams and maintaining military aircraft and, as well as disseminating tactical information. Trustworthy leader seeking role in the Aircraft Maintenance industry.
  • Timely safety audits
  • Quality assurance training
  • Strong leadership abilities
  • Crane operator certification
  • Fast learner
  • Team player
Work History
Assistant Manager, 07/2009 to 03/2012
Dions Pizza Albuquerque, NM
  • Promoted from Team Leader to Assistant Manager within 12 months.
  • Counted cash drawers and made bank deposits.
  • Assigned employees to specific duties to best meet the needs of the store.
  • Reordered inventory when it dropped below predetermined levels.
  • Generated repeat business through exceptional customer service.
CV-22 Avionics Technician , 05/2012 to Current
U.S. Air Force Cannon AFB
  • Operates and maintains electronic warfare systems on SOF/PR C-130 variants, HH-60s, EC-130 Commando Solo, and CV-22s. Analyzes equipment operating characteristics to isolate malfunctions in avionics systems, integrated test systems built-in-test (BIT), multiplexed data bus systems, recording systems, video display systems, mission computer systems, electronic warfare (EW) systems, sensors, meteorological systems, situational awareness systems and interrogator systems.
  • Removes, installs, checks, and repairs avionics systems and line replaceable units (LRU). Diagnoses malfunctions using technical orders, schematics, wiring diagrams, integrated test systems and other test equipment. Removes, replaces, and repairs faulty system wiring, electrical connectors, antennas, transmission lines, and multiconductor cables. Modifies avionics systems according to technical publications. Updates operational logs, inspection records, aircraft forms, and automated maintenance systems. Performs and supervises alignment, calibration, and boresight of avionics systems. Uploads ground maintenance and operational software. Performs offequipment maintenance on selected avionics LRUs and maintains peculiar support equipment (SE).
  • Inspects and evaluates aircraft maintenance activities. Inspects and verifies operational status and configuration of avionics systems and software. Records and ensures validity of entries into maintenance data collection and inspection systems. Resolves and assists units in solving maintenance and supply problems. Interprets and recommends corrective action to inspection findings. Prepares aircraft for low altitude attack profiles, precision bombing, covert operations, and reconnaissance.
  • Plans, organizes and directs aircraft maintenance activities. Establishes methods and performance standards. Analyzes reports and maintenance plans. Directs operation and modification of standard operating procedures. Establishes priorities. Evaluates activities for compliance with directives. Supervises and assists in aircraft ground servicing, and launch/recovery operations. Reviews maintenance data collection summaries to determine trends and production effectiveness.
High School Diploma: 2011
Cibola High School - Albuquerque, NM
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  • Troubleshoots, inspects, removes, installs, repairs, modifies, and operates avionic systems, comm/nav, attack, electronic warfare, flight instruments and flight control systems
  • Familiar with F-16 Blocks 25, 30, 40, 50, and 60 aircraft platforms
  • 21 yrs hands-on experience maintaining avionics systems
  • Familiar with Microsoft programs: Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
  • Superb verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to support domestic and foreign travel as required
  • Works well with team members and foreign nationalities
  • 17 yrs 7-skill level/Red X's qualified
  • Federal Communication Commission (FCC)/General Radiotelephone Operator License (GROL) with Radar Endorsement, #1
  • Current US Secret Security Clearance (valid through Dec 2019)
Work Experience & Accomplishments
Lockheed Martin Abu Dhabi, UAE Electronic Warfare Technician 07/2015 to Current
Collaborate with engineers to maintain EWS on 70+ F-16 Block 60 aircraft for the United Arab Emirates Air Force. Interact daily with UAE Air Force leadership to plan and coordinate resources necessary to meet customer needs.
  • Maintain 100% accountability for $6M parts and tool inventory. Conducted complete tool inventory, identified broken non-functioning tools and coordinated with UAE personnel to upgrade tools.  Saved $10K in international shipping costs.
  • Provided technical expertise of electronic warfare systems to UAE military personnel deployed downrange and guided them to success.
  • Isolated faults and repaired wiring using schematics, wiring diagrams, and technical data.
Lockheed Martin Abu Dhabi, UAE JHMCS/Sniper Mod Team Member 12/2014 to 06/2015

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.

  • Hard work and dedication directly contributed to receiving quarterly award from site manager, Jan-Mar 2015
  • Aircraft knowledge, teamwork, and communication led to a 50% reduction in aircraft modification time.
United States Air Force Aviano Air Base, Italy Specialist Section Training/Maintenance Debrief Assistant Manager 07/2012 to 08/2014

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.

  • Motivated Non Commission Officer (NCO) and superior technical skills were key to the 31st Maintenance Group winning the 2012 McMullen Daedalian Award.
  • Oversaw completion of 1.2K computer based training courses ensuring 50 personnel were deployment ready in less than four months.
  • Masterfully tracked and scheduled personnel for 175 aircraft maintenance courses resulting in a 82% backlog reduction in 12 months.
United States Air Force Aviano Air Base, Italy Specialist Section Shift Supervisor 11/2008 to 06/2012

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.

  • Excellent leadership directly contributed to the 31st Maintenance Group winning the 2011 Secretary of Defense Maintenance Award.
  • Led section in preparing 21 aircraft for combat in less than 48 hours, enabling enforcement of NATO no-fly zone.
  • Completely revamped specialist section continuity book ensuring 100% compliance.
United States Air Force Luke Air Force Base, Arizona Lead Avionics Technician 09/1998 to 10/2008

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.

  • Flawlessly managed the Radar Threat Warning System Program; instrumental in the 310th Aircraft Maintenance Unit (AMU) winning the "AMU of the Year Award".
  • Leadership abilities contributed to 96% Quality Assurance pass rate on 137 inspections.
  • Initiated two quality deficiency reports because of defective aircraft parts and saved the Air Force $94,522.
Associate of Applied Science Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL
High School Diploma Saguaro High School, Scottsdale, AZ
  • UAE F-16 Block 60 Quarterly Award:  1st Qtr 2015, 4th Qtr 2018
  • Maintenance Professional of the Quarter, Oct-Dec 2013
  • Received the Air Force Commendation Award in 2003, 2008, and 2011
  • Received the Global War on Terrorism Service Award in 2011
  • Received the Korean Defense Service Award in 2003
  • Received the National Defense Service Award in 2001