Aviation Mechanic with more than three years in the United States Marine Corps. Successfully led training programs for personnel in the work center. Reliable, diligent and flexible professional with superb communication capabilities.
Inspected and maintained airframes, power plants, and aircraft components; performed duties related to flight-line operations. Operated and maintained special shop and ground support equipment; assisted in performing preflight and postflight inspections; practiced ground safety procedures in flight-line and hangar areas; performed hot and cold refueling of aircraft and understands the use of airframe and power plant fluids and lubricants including the color codes for lines and tubing; removed and installed aircraft components and parts as required; uses technical publications, bulletins, diagrams, and material control procedures; observed weight and balance limitations; used precision measuring tools; performed aircraft towing and ground handling actions.
Performed duties as a Plane Captain including actively mentoring, monitoring and training junior mechanics and Plane Captains, ensuring quality in the performance of the work center.
Received a dual-seal high school diploma.
Upon completion of the course, the student will have sufficient knowledge and skills of the CH-53E helicopter, to include theory of operation, troubleshooting, fault analysis and maintenance, and will be able to perform organizational maintenance under supervised conditions in a squadron work environment.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to work, under close supervision at the organizational level, on the CH-53 D/E helicopter. The student will have basic understanding of the duties and responsibilities of the operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and fault isolation required for the helicopter.
Upon completion of the course, Aviation Maintenance personnel will have sufficient knowledge of the NA-01-1A-509 Series manuals, how to use the NA-01-1A-509 Series manuals, have a basic understanding of Preventive Maintenance Programs and Corrosion Theory, and be able to perform general tasks outlined the NA-01-1A-509 Series manuals in a squadron working environment.
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