Volunteered as temporary Senior Liaison Engineer in Bagram, Afghanistan and provided direct support to U.S. Army rotor aircraft and unmanned air vehicles in theater. Provided airworthiness disposition statements and signature authority on Army aircraft deployed to Southwest Asia.
Provided direct engineering support and technical advice to maintenance activities and production processes on a 24/7 basis.
Performed design, repair, operational, and troubleshooting procedures of the Army's rotary wing aircraft, components, systems, and support equipment.
Ensured aerospace vehicle structures were safe, reliable, and maintainable to meet safety and operational standards. This was completed through submittal and disposition of Maintenance Engineering Calls (MECs).
Utilized engineering drawings, technical aerospace standards, and existing Army technical data to develop and design new repair methods and techniques for airframe structures in direct support of the Warfighter.
Developed structural substantiation reports for non-standard repairs of primary airframe structure and coordinated reports with corresponding engineering structural platform for final disposition. Provided recurring project reports, maintenance status, and cost saving presentations to team leads, military officers, and government management personnel.
Performed an average cost savings of $8,540,327.00 to the Army through repairs and authorizations provided during deployment tenure.
Received Department of the Army Commander's Award for outstanding Civilian Service (14 June 2016).
Condition Based Maintenance
Dale Carnegie Immersion
Practical Stress Analysis
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