"Aviation" Mechanical, Electrical, & Structural, on Navy AirCraft.
Jack of all trades, but master of nothing. Assemble, disassemble, & trouble shoot / fix just about anything.
1993, Employee of the Month, Quarter, & Year. Many other Awards & Recognitions over the pasted 38 years.
I Examine & Evaluate E-2C / C-2A Aircraft, in all phases. (Mechanical, Electrical, & Structural) I enter all the discrepancies I find in the computer for the various trades to either fix or repair.
I would make sure all documents & records were correct.
My Achievements, are to do what ever it takes to make the Aircraft "safe" for flight. (By the book )
I led a crew of (8) Mechanics, (4) Electrician, & (2) Structural Mechanics. I would make sure all components are installed & secured properly. I would make sure all systems were properly rigged. ( Flight controls, such as Rudders, Elevators, Flaps, Ailerons, & Wings), (Landing Gear, Brakes, Nose Wheel Steering, & Arresting Gear) All systems must work a 100% in normal & emergence operations. What ever we found wrong we would troubleshoot the problem & fix it. Then, the Aircraft would be moved out to the flight test line to be prepared for a flight check & test.
I would train other employees as needed. I would always try to improve, & increase productivity. I would also make sure all documents & records were correct.
My achievements were for the test line crew to have no or very few discrepancies.
I led a crew of (5) Mechanics (1) Electrician & (1) Structural Mechanic. As soon as the Aircraft got to the flight test & check line. We would make sure all systems were serviced properly for all engine ground runs. I was responsible for starting both engines & preforming all engines ground operations. When all engine ground operations checked out at a 100%. I would then taxi the Aircraft to make sure the brakes & nose wheel steering worked properly. Then when everything checked out 100%. I would make sure all documents & records were correct. I would then sign off that the Aircraft is safe for flight test & check.
Then the Pilots would perform all engine ground operations. When everything checked out at 100%. The Pilots then would taxi the Aircraft & take it for a flight test & check. When the flight test & check, checked out a 100%. The Pilots then would deliver the Aircraft back to the custodian.
Monday through Friday, 4 HRS. Southwestern College.
4 HRS. On The Job Training
Graduated with an AA Degree in Aviation Maintenance. (Aircraft Mechanic Journeyman)
Installing new wire harnesses & all electrical components in E-2C & C-2A Aircraft.
No future for promotion.
Performed all the duties of an Aviation Electricians Mate, # 1 goal was making sure the Aircraft was safe for flight.
Short patrol & security watches.
End of Enlistment.
Cashier / Assisting customers in what ever they needed.
Stocking Merchandise / Cutting Lumber / Mixing Paint / Making Paint / Making Keys / Assembling just about everything in the store / Watering & taking care of plants & flowers / Cleaning as needed
Aviation Training School, Mechanical, Electrical, & Structural
Airframe & PowerPlant License (FAA Approved)
Quality Circle Committee, Safety Committee
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