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Jessica
Claire
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Summary
    Highly motivated, effective communicator and problem solver who successfully completed 2 1/2 tours. Works well with team members and groups from diverse backgrounds. Have flown accumulated over 701 flight hours in Coast Guard C-130J,  600 of those flights as a mission system operator. Completed over 4000 man labor hours on maintenance of HC-130J, and HC-27J aircraft.  I am a 2nd class Petty Officer Aviation Electrical technician in the United States Coast Guard.
    The Mission system operator utilizes multiple long range sensor short wave radios, advanced optics, long range radar and secret systems on the aircraft. 
The Aviation Electrical technician primary job is to provide electrical   
AETs inspect, service, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair avionics systems that perform communications, navigation, collision avoidance, target acquisition, and automatic flight-control functions. In addition, they inspect, service, maintain, troubleshoot and repair aircraft batteries, AC and DC power generation, conversion and distribution systems, as well as the electrical control and indication functions of all airframe systems, including hydraulics, flight control, landing gear, fuel, environmental control, power plant, drive train, anti-ice, and fire detection. AETs perform ground handling and servicing of aircraft, and conduct routine aircraft inspections and aviation administrative duties. They will also fill aircrew positions such as navigator, flight mechanic, radio operator, sensor systems operator, and basic aircrewman(as per USCG.Mil.
 
    
Highlights
  • Effective team leader
  • Automation planning
  • HAZMAT handling
  • Trained in emergency response
  • CPR certified
  • Confidential Security Clearance
  • Valid Indiana driver’s license
  • Expertise in advanced avionics repair and trouble shooting
  • Small arms weapons specialist
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Surveying and mapping
  • Extremely organized
  • Data management
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Intelligence gathering techniques


  • Safety-oriented
  • Valid U.S. passport
  • Superior communication skills
  • Superior communication skills
  • Global traveler
  • Team player
  • Conflict resolution
  • First Aid certification
  • Skilled multi-tasker
  • Excellent judgment
  • Adaptable
  • Safety checks
  • Fast learner
  • Staff training and development


Education
USCG Elizabeth City , North Expected in 2012 AET A School : Aviation - GPA :

AET 'A' School teaches the Avionics Electrical Technician students entry level skills, knowledge, and concepts required to inspect, service, and maintain aircraft electrical, communication, navigation, auto flight, and sensor systems, as well as the electrical control and indication functions of all airframe systems including hydraulic, flight control, landing gear, fuel, environmental control, power plant, drivetrain, anti-ice and fire detection; fabricate and repair cables and wire harnesses; perform corrosion control and aviation administrative record keeping. As per USCG.MIL.

Accomplishments

COAST GUARD ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL

2 CG MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMIDATION RIBBONS

CG MERITORIOUS TEAM COMMIDATION RIBBON

CG PISTOL “E” RIBBON

NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE RIBBON

CG SEA SERVICE RIBBON

2 CG GOOD CONDUCT RIBBONS

Experience
USCG - AET
, , 2008 - 09/2016
Notable experiences through the Coast Guard
From 09MAR16-13MAR16, Petty Officer Claire worked five consecutive days of extended hours during a heavy maintenance cycle on the CGNR2001. During this time he aiding in the replacement of an aircraft engine, conducted extensive troubleshooting of a faulty Fire and Overheat Detection system, and helped replace a faulty Fuel Level Control Valve in the Left Hand External tank. On 19FEB16 he stayed 2 hours past the scheduled workday to replace a faulty left hand Touchdown Switch on the CGNR2006. His ability to work extended hours without loss of productivity gave the air station a back-up aircraft. On 29JAN16 while replacing the #2 Engine Fire and Overheat loop on the CGNR2001 he worked until 0100. This action returned the aircraft to bravo status and prevented the cancellation of scheduled flights for the following day.
 
During this marking period Petty Officer Claire demonstrated superior quality of work. On 28APR15 he volunteered to fly to Air Station Clearwater to troubleshoot and repair a #4 engine high vibration fault on the CG2004. On inspection he found the Nacelle Interface Unit wiring harness was faulty. As a result of limited hangar space he was required to conduct a 12 hour maintain evolution outside during record setting heat of 95 degrees. His actions brought the asset back to a bravo status allowing the plane to fly home, providing an additional asset to the air station. As a member of the HC-130J Night Shift he completed 59 maintenance procedure cards and amassed 403.1 untracked labor hours as well s flew 119.2 flight hours. In addition, he deployed on three Ice Patrols where he personally detected and helped classify 703 icebergs aiding to increase safety of vital shipping lane traffic in the north Atlantic.
 
During this marking period Petty Officer Claire demonstrated superior stamina. On 28APR15 he volunteered to fly to Air Station Clearwater to troubleshoot and repair a #4 engine high vibration fault on the CG2004. On inspection he found the Nacelle Interface Unit wiring harness was faulty. As a result of limited hangar space he was required to conduct a 12 hour maintain evolution outside during record setting heat of 95 degrees. On 15JUL15 while conducting aircraft leading edge inspections on the CG2001 he stayed 2 hours past the scheduled work day to assist in the removal and reinstallation of the wing leading edges. His hard work and resilience allowed the CG2001 to be brought back to a bravo status preventing the cancelation of the following days scheduled aircraft sorties. Then again on 19AUG15 he stayed 2 hours past the scheduled work day to repair a faulty Air Conditioning Control Panel on the CG2002. His actions lead to the successful repair of the Air Conditioning system allowing the aircraft to be brought back to a fully mission capable status.
  
Petty Officer Claire demonstrated superior professional and specialty knowledge during this marking period.  His ability to diagnose and repair complex discrepancies made him an integral part of the HC-130J Night Shift maintenance team while completing over 261 man-labor hours of unscheduled maintenance.  On 05NOV2014 he was instrumental in the identification of a faulty data bus harness for an Air Data Computer on CGNR 2006.  His decision to swap out harnesses with another airframe resulted in the immediate return of the aircraft to bravo status.  As a qualified Mission System Operator on a Joint Interagency Task Force deployment in December, his efforts directly aided in the interdiction of over $50 million dollars worth of marijuana and cocaine.
 
Petty Officer Claire demonstrated superior quality of work during this marking period.  On 05NOV14 while troubleshooting an erratic Air Data Computer discrepancy on CGNR 2004, he performed a detailed inspection of all associated wires and connections.  During this inspection he found and repaired a faulty data bus connector saving over fifty man-hours of troubleshooting.  On 11FEB15 he displayed superior attention to detail while performing a general weekly inspection on CGNR 2003.  After discovering a disconnected cannon plug hanging in the #2 dry bay, he verified that it was associated with an unused system for our fleet.  He properly sealed and secured the plug to prevent damage to it and surrounding components.
  
Petty Officer Claire demonstrated superior stamina during this marking period. During the week of March 9th, he remained late four nights in a row while troubleshooting the fire and overheat detection loops in the leading edge of CGNR 2001.  Despite working well into the morning hours, he remained effective and brought the asset back to bravo status well ahead of schedule.  From 01DEC14 to 19DEC14 his assistance was paramount in completing over four weeks of scheduled maintenance for five HC-130J aircraft prior to holiday routine.  He readily volunteered for deployments and arrived early when necessary and without compensation.  Without his extraordinary efforts and superior stamina, unit operational objectives would have been negatively impacted.

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  • AET A School

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