Aviation Electrician/plane Captain (ae3)
Responsible for performing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on 12 C-2A aircraft and the preservation and inspection of associated ground support equipment.
- Contributions ensured fully mission capable aircraft for flight schedule enabling a 98.7% sortie
- Experienced Troubleshooter: essential in the diagnosis and repair of a fire warning element
- One of only six third classes that were APU turn qualified.
- Directed over 200 C-2A Greyhound aircraft launch and recovery operations.
- Contributed to the training and the qualification of 28 personnel for Plane Captain, 36 personnel for brake rider, and 47 personnel for fuel and oil surveillance.
- As Mid-Check supervisor in the Line Division, led a team of three personnel to preform 408 daily and turnaround inspections.
Aircraft Aviation Electrician Supervisor
Led the commands electrician personnel to increased levels of productivity. Attained multiple qualifications including CD/QAR
- Developed new strategies for logging information about discrepancies for future use by electrician personnel
- Implemented new ways to expedite troubleshooting and diagnosing problems in an effort to reduce aircraft down time
- Directed the workload and activities of the electrician work center, prepared schedules and man-hour estimates for periodic maintenance, assigned priorities and completion time for unscheduled maintenance actions
- Improved comprehensive training plans in 60 maintenance personnel qualifications thus enhancing efficiency and productivity
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Aviation Electrician U.s. Navy
Security Watch Division in control of the security of over 60 military aircraft resulting in zero loss in a one year period.
- Implemented new security plan that lead to improved protection of staff and military assets.
- Supervised staff in preforming maintenance on military aircraft discrepancies resulting in 2,436 man hours with over 1,500 completed discrepancies in a one year period.
- Instructed 28 staff members in obtaining the proper qualifications in Collateral Duty Inspector and Journeyman Electrician resulting in a 35 percent increase of task effectiveness.
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Aviation Electrician, Quality Assurance Representative
Led troubleshooting and repair of a complex engine air source discrepancy and an engine torque split discrepancy, leading to the commands 100 percent mission capable status.
- Assisted in the completion and repair of 845 maintenance actions, 150 mission degrades.
- Served as a crew leader, supervised and trained individuals in troubleshooting and repairing electrical equipment and instrument systems on MH-60S Helicopters.
- Used various maintenance and supply tracking computer applications.
- Performed troubleshooting and repair tasks not covered in standard service manuals.
- Maintained the technical publication program and 35 pieces of test equipment, receiving a passing grade during the Aviation Maintenance Inspection and Maintenance Program Assist inspection.
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Aviation Electrician's Mate 1st Class Petty Officer (e-6)
Served as a lead technician, an electrical shop supervisor and quality assurance inspector for the operation and maintenance of naval fixed wing and rotary winged aircraft to include Grumman F14 Tomcat, Lockheed Martin P-3 Orion and the Sikorsky MH-60S Sea hawk helicopter.
- Team leader supervising 15 personnel performing maintenance on avionic systems.
- Certified and released aircraft as 'safe for flight status' upon the completion of critical maintenance tasks.
- Certified over 2300 overhauled/refurbished aviation instruments, electrical/mechanical components and LRUs with no rework.
- Performed testing and calibration using multimeters and oscilloscopes on automatic flight control systems, fuel quantity probes, compass flux valves, blade fold logic switches, wing sweep system and essential flight control and indicating systems contributing to over 20,000 mishap-free flight hours
- Identified and researched manufacturing procedures, drawings, schematics and instructions from engineers and supervisors leading to the update of naval maintenance instruction manuals for introductory aircraft components.
- Trained and certified 10 personnel as Quality Inspectors on multimillion dollar naval aircraft.
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Petty Officer 3rd Class, Aviation Electrician Supervisor
Worked on the development of online course through e-Learning software.
- Directly supervised 15 Sailors.
- Completed 183 maintenance actions directly resulting in a decrease of the work center backlog by 93%.
- Contributed to the work center meeting its Time-to-Reliably Replenish goals 100% of the time.
- Completed the command mandated tool inventory overhaul in two weeks, well before the allotted time frame of 90 days.
- Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certified.
- Command Fitness Leader, led 300+ Sailors to maintain within Navy physical standards.
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- Assisted in completion of 975 maintenance inspections
- Completed over 830 maintenance actions of 8 MH-60S and 4 HH-60H helicopters
- Provided MH-60S and HH-60H logistics support and recovery
- Contributed manpower to one of only two naval commands dedicated to HH-60H rotary wing support for U.S. Special Operations Commands.
- Intelligent maintainer, constantly thriving in new challenges while transferring goals and objectives into concrete, workable plans.
- Performed over 700 aircraft day and night launch/recovery evolutions.
Aviation Electrician/ Supervisor
Managed and performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on inertial navigation, compass calibration, automatic flight controls, power distribution and Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing Systems (JHMCS) for 13 F/A18 F Super Hornet aircraft.
- Due to extensive knowledge of multiple electronic systems, was able to manage the timely completion of over 1,100 discrepancies increasing shop efficiency and readiness.
- Pursued and achieved critical qualifications, increasing maintenance department flexibility and work center readiness by 25%.
- Performed duties as an electronics and electrical system troubleshooter during deployment for Operation Enduring Freedom ensuring a 100% mission completion rate with 640 mission sorties.
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Certified Aviation Electrician Instructor
- Instructed the United States Navy (USN) and Marine Corps' F/A-18 Electrical/Instrument
- Managed the United States Navy's F/A-18 Supervisors' Familiarization Course.
- Taught civilian and military personnel in both classroom and on-the-job environments.
- Motivated and encouraged junior electricians to excel technically while helping to resolve
- Insured strict adherence to safety protocols.
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Aviation Electricians Mate
Served as a quality assurance representative, aircraft electrician, production controller, and instrumentation/electronics technician for the operations and maintenance for multiple type model series aircraft and intermediate level repair.
- Conducted work center audits, safety compliance and aircraft/ work center inspections, safety and program compliance spot checks. Reviewed, integrated, and implemented new efficiency and safety systems and technical publication directives.
- Performed inspection, testing, troubleshooting, repair, overhaul, modification, calibration, installation, and/or alignment of various types of complex aircraft electronic and electro-mechanical equipment which includes but is not limited to generators, motors, landing gear, flight control and lighting, power plant, valves, hydraulics, fuel, and ignition systems.
- Managed the squadron electrician's shop. Directed 52 electrician's in the completion of 3,772 maintenance actions encompassing 10,096 mishap free flight hours.
- Managed the day-to-day facilities, building systems, and maintenance/upkeep of $477.1 million in test equipment, support equipment, aircraft engines, life support systems, transmitters/electronic jammers and various electrical equipment by prioritizing, coordinating, and communicating daily maintenance plans and actions for 432 military and 38 civilian employees encompassing 39 work centers. Conducted screening and verification of 18,983 work orders with 98% Accuracy.
- Conducted fault isolation and repair on instruments to include repairable indicators for temperature, attitude, fuel quantity, barometric altitude, bearing, pressure, Angle of Attack (AOA), tachometers, gyroscopes, and aircraft clocks. Troubleshot and repaired electronically controlled gyros, actuators, control panels, and electrical generators, valves, circuit boards, Night Vision Goggles, pumps, hydraulic components, lead acid and NI-CAD batteries. Fabricated, tested, and repaired connectors, cables and wiring systems utilizing available blueprints and/or schematics.
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