604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
Military-trained jet engine mechanic offering more than 2 years of experience working on F100 jets and more than 3 years on OH-58 helicopters. Experience includes inspecting, removing, disassembling, repairing, testing, reassembling, and installing various aircraft accessories prior to flight, according to technical manuals and guidelines. Computer skills include Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, and TAMMS.
UNITED STATES NAVY, Houston, Texas
1998 - Present
Aerospace Propulsion Apprentice
Inspect, remove, repair, adjust, reassemble, and install various parts including the gear box, compressor (fan), augmentor, augmentor exhaust nozzle, turbine section, engine accessories (such as exciter, fuel pump, anti-ice valve, igniter, and fuel control), engine manifolds/electrical wiring, and core engine. Perform hourly, quarterly, and time compliance inspections to determine which parts need repair or replacement. Measure parts to determine wear, determine which parts are serviceable or non-serviceable, replace defective components, and reassemble units. Repair serviceable parts onsite or send to support/depot level for more complicated work. Operate forklifts.
• Received a Navy Achievement Medal in March 1999 for working eight hours straight until 1:00 a.m. (ran an engine in the hush-house prior to test cell equipment going down for calibration).
1997 - 1998
Diesel Engines, Starke, Florida
1995 - 1997
Fuel Injection Specialist
UNITED STATES ARMY
1991 - 1995
Cannon Crew Member
Received training at Ft. Bragg (North Carolina) from October 1991 to December 1991. Transferred to Germany until December 1992 and then to Ft. Sills (Oklahoma) until February 1995.
UNITED STATES NAVY, Texas and Florida
1989 - 1991
OH-58 Helicopter Mechanic
Performed similar responsibilities to those of a jet engine mechanic. Performed daily inspections prior to flight. Replaced main rotor mast assembly. Rigged cyclic and collective control systems. Replaced tail rotor hub and blade assembly.
• Awarded an Expression of Commendation in August 1990 for completing additional maintenance courses through the Smart Troop program
TRAINING AND EDUCATION
(Military) Certificate - Aerospace Propulsion Apprentice - Jet Engine / F100 (518 hours) - October 1999
(Military) Diploma - OH-58 Helicopter Repair - August 1990
(Military) Licensed to operate a 2-15,000K G&D forklift
THE UNITED STATES ARMY AVIATION CENTER, Alabama
Aircraft Common Hardware, Safety Procedures, Aircraft Electrical Power Systems, Basic Hydraulics, Hydraulic Plumbing, Hydraulic Systems and Components, and Aircraft Technical Drawings
ITT Technical Institute
A.A.S., Electronic Engineering Technology