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Talented and accomplished Aviation Maintenance professional with six years of experience


� Expertise in all mechanical and electronic systems.
• Multiple certifications and extensive training.
• Able to supervise, train, and coordinate personnel.
• Knowledgeable in wide variety of aircraft.
• Award-winning record of accomplishments.
• Excellent analysis and troubleshooting skills.


United States Air Force, US/Overseas 1999 – Present

Integrated Avionics, Instruments, & Flight Control Systems Craftsman (2005-present) En Route Guidance/Control Journeyman (2003-2005)

  • Promoted after one year based on exceptional performance and leadership skills. Serve as Crew Chief and Aviation Maintenance Specialist. Supervise and train four journeymen/apprentices.
  • Support wide variety of aircraft, including L100, L1011, 757, 767, C-17, C-5, C-130, KC_135, and KC-10. Previously supported C-141. Maintain and repair over $4.6 million in support equipment.
  • Responsible for guidance, control, hydraulics, electric, electromechanical, and pneumatic systems, as well as communications equipment, auxiliary power units, and analog/digital systems.
  • Troubleshoot and repair malfunctions using technical order schematics, wiring diagrams, and test equipment. Adjust, calibrate, and align system components. Conduct inspections and order parts.
  • Administer maintenance forms, inspection forms, and other documentation. Collect maintenance data. Coordinate handling and disposal of hazardous waste.
  • Replaced flight control computers and isolated computer failures. Repaired faulty navigation panels. Resolved guidance system faults. Conducted periodic tool shelf inspections.
  • Led highly successful unit preparation for upgraded Air Force weapons system.
  • Maintained better than 92% reliability rate. Awarded Quality Assurance Honor Roll five times.
  • Led base to Number One ranking (out of 15) in Foreign Object Damage program.
  • Supported up to 200-plus missions per year, including Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom.
Aircraft Guidance & Control Systems Journeyman (2001-2003) Aircraft Guidance & Control Systems Apprentice (2000-2001)
  • Inspected, maintained, and repaired analog/digital systems, electronics, electromechanical systems, components, and guidance/control systems for military and commercial aircraft.
  • Adjusted, calibrated, and aligned components. Coordinated launching & recovering of aircraft.
  • Recognized for supporting over 900 missions. Zero discrepancies in four QA inspections.
  • Managed logistic vehicle program, consistently supporting 15 vehicles.
  • Ensured smooth migration to new Air Force Tool Accountability system (lost tool program). Entered essential data. Achieved 100% recovery rate for tools.
  • Administered flight technical order account, with 100% accuracy on all 80 orders.
  • Monitored calibration and repair of over 120 pieces of precision measurement equipment.


BS in Professional Aeronautics, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (in progress) Graduate, Air Force Non-Commissioned Officer’s School (2003) Graduate, Guidance & Control Systems, Community College of the Air Force (2000)


FAA Airframe & Powerplant License (in progress) Guidance & Control Transition Integrated Flight Control Systems Instrument Systems AMC Guidance & Control 5-Level Duty Position Qualification Course Phase II Self-contained Navigation Systems USAF C-5 Amp Type I AFCS Maintenance Course Common Electronic Training Program, USAF Technical Training School Aircraft Guidance & Control Systems Specialist (on Equipment)


Windows, MS Office, WordPerfect, proprietary military maintenance and inventory systems, Internet


Air Force Achievement Medal (2x) Global War on Terrorism Ribbon Outstanding Unit Award w/Valor (2x) Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon w/Gold Border National Defense Service Ribbon Certificate of Achievement


Excellent journeyman…pivotal to successful unit mission accomplishment. Superb system knowledge…Extraordinary talent…Go-to avionics technician” Master Sgt. name (2005)

“True maintenance professional…solid aircraft mechanic…skilled maintenance technician…Top-notch inspector” name, Technical Sgt. (2004)

“Excellent performer…Highly skilled technician…Admired and respected by all; gets the job done right, first time, every time” name, Jr. MSgt. (2003)
Alpharetta, GA 30022
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