Highly skilled Electrical/Avionics maintenance technician with 20+ years experience focusing on system diagnosis andrepair. Highly motivatedand outgoing individual who looks to expand his technical expertisewith every opportunity.
Schematic diagram interpretation
Job shop experience
Strong mechanical aptitude
Good communication skills
Technical school training
Equipment problem resolution
Strong mechanical skills
Strong team player
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Aircraft Electrician, 01/2011
to Current U.S. Air Force – 309 AMARG/576 AMRS Davis Monthan AFB,
AZ Installs and inspect aircraft electrical systems and equipment. Analyzes equipment operating systems to locate malfunctions. Conducts removal/installation and repair of electrical systems. Utilizes schematics and advanced knowledge of electronic and electrical wiring to diagnose and repair faulty system wirings. Ensures entries to maintenance and inspections records are accurate. Conducts equipment maintenance on selected specialized support equipment. Maintains current and accurate knowledge of interpretation and adherence to mechanical and microelectronic principles theory and applications. Installs, modifies, overhauls, maintains, troubleshoots and repairs integrated avionics systems such as automatic flight controls, instruments, multiplexors, and digital systems. Monitors operation of complex support subsystem tie-ins between integrated avionics systems including radar, flight computers, inertia sensing systems, and gryro's. Calibrates and aligns systems as required. Fully qualified on specialized test equipment such as, analog/digital multimeter, resistance decades,PSD-60 fuel quantity tester, Time Domain Reflectometer, anti-skid tester, load meters,IFF tester, watt meter, PGM-50air sampling unit precision measurement tools, soldering iron, ESD meters, explosive circuitry test set, micrometers and other trade tools/testers.
Specialist Section Flight Chief, 01/2008
to 01/2011 U.S. Air Force – Davis Monthan AFB,
AZ Supervised 48 personnel in three distinct career fields (Electrical/Environmental, Propulsion, and Integrated Avionics systems). Led and managed on-equipment maintenance efforts for 24 A-10 aircraft valued at $336 million. Coordinated with other element chiefs/maintenance supervisors daily to support maintenance and logistic tasks. Ensured personnel compliance with technical data, operational risk management and all Air Force Instructions.
Aircraft Electrical and Environmental Journeyman/Craftsman, 01/1995
to 01/2008 U.S. Air Force – Travis AFB, Ca and Davis Monthan AFB,
AZ Inspected, tested, removed, installed, maintained, adjusted and operated alternating current and direct current powered systems, liquid oxygen, environmental heating and air conditioning, cabin pressurization, anti-icing, auxiliary power units (APU's), engine bleed air distribution, and fire extinguishing systems on the A-10, C-5, C-141, C-130 F-16, F-15 and KC-10aircraft platforms. Performed periodical aircraft phase inspections. Maintained manual and automated inspection and maintenance records. Completed and complied with all immediate, urgent and routine time compliance technical modifications. Managed and completed off equipment maintenance on over450 aircraft line replaceable units
Air Mobility CommandMaintenance Professional of the Year Nominee for 1998 Air Force Meritorious Service Medal Air Force Commendation Medal with three citations Air Force Achievement Medal with two citations
Bachelor of Science: Professional Aeronautics,
Current Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Tucson Az
Associate of Science: General Aviation,
2010 Community College of the Air Force - Maxwell AFB,