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Highly qualified and knowledgeable individual with more than 20 years’ experience in world-class aerospace environments. Possess excellent communication, organization, troubleshooting, and documentation skills. Interact easily with people of diverse cultures, backgrounds, and technical and professional levels.
Active Secret Security Clearance
Install, maintain, inspect, aviation and aircraft electrical systems, tools, and test equipment.
Analyze equipment operating systems characteristics to isolate malfunctions.
Conduct removal and installation of electrical systems, perform equipment checks, and make repairs.
Utilize technical orders, schematics, wiring diagrams, other test equipment systems, and advanced knowledge of electronic and electrical wiring to diagnose, remove, replace, and repair faulty system wiring and assemblies.
Ensure entries to maintenance and inspections records are logged in an accurate and timely manner.
Conduct and document off-equipment maintenance on selected specialized support equipment.
Maintain and apply current and accurate knowledge of interpretation and adherence to mechanical, electronic, and microelectronic principles theory and applications.
Support subsystem tie-ins between integrated avionics systems’ using and interpreting testing and measuring devices; principles of motion and power transmission by mechanical and electrical means; and concepts and application of maintenance and modification directives.
Maintain, test, install, de-install, troubleshoot, and repair automatic flight controls, instruments, multiplexers, and digital systems.
Employ and adhere to all applicable health and safety regulations as required by DoD, FAA, and OSHA.
Remain responsible for ensuring all technical orders and general publications are maintained and up-to-date.
Maintain classified materials and equipment in accordance with applicable regulations.
Perform pre-flight, thru-flight and post-flight inspections on assigned aircraft and document findings.
Document aircraft forms to reflect correct and current status of any discrepancy.
Interact and consult with incoming shift personnel to provide comprehensive briefing of work in progress.
United States Department of the Air Force, Robins AFB, GA
1983 – present
Performed general, scheduled, and unscheduled maintenance on electrical and electronic parts and components; pre-flight, thru-flight, and post-flight inspections of electrical components, parts, and assemblies.
Analyze and interpret data from testing and troubleshooting procedures to determine and implement necessary repairs. Inspect jet electrical systems to determine operational status using findings to determine adequacy of corrective and maintenance actions to ensure passage of Quality Assurance specifications and testing.
Ensure accurate, detailed, and timely maintenance of required records on each aircraft.
Read and apply specifications of blueprints, technical orders, engineer’s drawings, and manufacturer’s technical manuals and documents.
Perform pre-flight, thru-flight, and post-flight inspections on assigned aircraft and document findings.
Install, disassemble, repair, and replace variety of subassemblies on diverse aircraft.
Utilize micrometers, height gauges, calipers, and electric/electronic measuring instruments, as well hydraulic, pneumatic, and digital tools, and equipment in performance of daily operations.
Operate hand and power equipment, inclusive of forklifts, cranes, hand trucks, and hydraulic mules.
Interact and consult with engineers to resolve installation problems with parts and components.
Selected Time Compliance Technical Orders
1997 – present
Technical Order IF-15E-737: Installation of embedded Global Positioning System (GPS) Capabilities into F-15E Aircraft.
Technical Order IF-15E-746: Installation of MUX Bus 7 and MUX Bus 8 into F-15E Aircraft.
Technical Order IF-15E-757: Installation of 2118952-5 Air Data Processor (ADP) into F-15E Aircraft.
Education & Training
Pursued Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry – Completed 2 years coursework Aircraft Electrical Systems – Chanute Technical Training Center, Rantoul, IL High School Diploma
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