Instructor Former Military

Drew Anderson
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


• Recognized for event planning excellence. Won numerous awards.
• Genuine team player; committed to organizational success.
• Thorough; detail and process oriented; strong follow-through skills.
• Work well under pressure and able to meet tight deadlines.
• Take pride in ability to motivate, energize and lead to successful outcomes.
• Tireless work ethic. Committed to project completion.
• Sincere and honest with a high level of personal and professional integrity.


US Air Force, Helix Airbase, MT
2000 - Present
• Instructor/ Supervisor for School Standard Department.
• Monitored and completed personal development reports for instructors.
• Continually volunteered to translate lesson plans and exam questions to ensure continuity in course terminology.
• Organized trip for the "The Air Force Symposium".

US Air Force, Helix Airbase, MT
1993 - 2000
• Advanced to rank of Sergeant.
• Supervisor in charge of maintenance crew for aircraft.
• Coordinated flow of aircraft maintenance rectifications efficiently in order to ensure timely flying status.
• Established priorities and allocated personnel and equipment resources to meet these needs.
• Organized all training and certification procedures, ensuring the required standards were met.

US Air Force, Helix Airbase, MT
1989 - 1993
• Promoted from Corporal to Master Corporal.
• Selected to participate in an aircraft safety video production. Recognized for patiently and accurately contributing to this tedious and technically demanding subject.
• Dual responsibilities as Shop Supervisor and Quality Control Inspector for Tool Control within the Aerospace Maintenance Development Unit.
• Spearheaded a special project involving a committee that orchestrated 50th Anniversary celebrations. Received positive recognition from Lieutenant Colonel citing, "outstanding, with a positive 'will do' attitude throughout the entire period."

US Air Force, Helix Airbase, MT
1982 - 1989
• Achieved "Airframe Journeyman Technician" status.
• Utilized analytical and technical skills to repair and trouble shoot for all aircraft systems.

US Air Force, Helix Airbase, MT
1981 - 1982
• Received notification from Lieutenant Colonel requesting a "For Professionalism" award. Keen eye for detail led to the identification of a structural flaw on trailing edge flap of aircraft. Situation was rectified and resulted in the investigation of 6 more aircraft with similar defects, potentially saving many lives.


• Commanding Officer's Certificate of Achievement: noted for, "displaying outstanding initiative in proposing, planning and organizing 1992 Winter Carnival."
• Base Commander's Commendation: citing "Outstanding services, professionalism, and dedication toward work."
• Guest Speaker for Basic Flight Safety Courses.


WINDOWS 98/2000, Word, Word Perfect, Excel, PowerPoint, e-mail, Internet, fax, scan.


• Instructor Supervisor Course
• Junior Leader/Management Course
• Ambulance Safety
• Training Analysis, Design, and Evaluation
• Aircraft Aviation Technician
• General Safety Officer
• Occupational Health and Safety
• Numerous technical courses

Graduated grade 12 Washington High School, Helena, MT.

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