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Diagnose and troubleshoot F-16 fuel systems to determine malfunctions.
Tighten, adjust, remove, repair, or replace components, assemblies or sub-assemblies with common and special tools and precision instruments.
Assist other mechanics in operations such as removal and replacement of F-16 Wings.
Repair, remove, service or replace fuel system components, gauges, and instruments and electrical system components.
Demonstrate continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service.
Inspects, refinishes, repairs, and applies Low Observable (LO) coatings on the F-22 aircraft at a Journeyman level.
Performs Signature Assessment Status (SAS) of Low Observable coatings for damage and integrity. Ensures aircraft is maintained to proper Radar Cross Section (RCS). Uses Integrated Maintenance Information System (IMIS) for specified LO tasks.
Performs a variety of composite coating applications and repair operations. Fabricates, lays out and modifies critical configurations to the coatings on composite assemblies.
Prepares composite surfaces using state of the art materials, methods and procedures. Applies materials and coatings at very precise thickness and measures using various measuring devices such as: fischerscope, goniospectrophotometer, wet/dry film gauges, roughness assessment gauge, micrometers and other specified measuring equipment.
Mixes, thins, blends, matches, tints and tones classified LO coatings.
Uses tools such as brushes, rollers, spray guns, viscosity testers, thickness gauges, nitrogen heating units, scales, cutting devices and compressors as well as common hand, power and pneumatic tools to do work.
Reads and interprets manufacturers blue prints and process specifications.
Trains less experienced employees how to correctly use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), how to read and use manufacturers blue prints and tech data, how to remove LO coatings to pre-determined mil specifications i.e. tie-ins, how to apply LO coatings to F-22 generation five airframe and how to excel in his/her career path.
Extremely capable of taking verbal and written instructions from pilots and supervisors to troubleshoot faults in the aircraft fuel system.I have 9 years performing F-16, F-22, F-15, A-10, C-130 fuel systems as journeyman mechanic.
Skilled in repairing, maintaining, and performing inspections on F-16 fighter jets using applicable T.O.'s (Technical Orders) while following strict Air Force regulations. Skilled in removing/replacing components, and troubleshooting various systems within an F-16 fighter jet. Performs IPI's (In-Process Inspection) after individual jobs are completed to determine whether or not the quality of maintenance is up to standards in accordance with strict Air Force regulations. Skilled in working on, and emergency depressurizing the EPU (Emergency Power Unit) system, which uses the hazardous chemical H-70 (Hydrazine) to power the F-16 in case of power failure while in flight. Also skilled in disposing of H-70.
I have been the section safety representative; I ensured 10 people were properly trained on the hazards of the Job Tasks and Safety Procedures – during fuel systems maintenance explosive hazard – ensuring proper purging procedures are followed; performing maintenance – slipping on fluids – performing a walk around of the area before starting work, Hazards of the Work Area – excessive noise – ensuring proper hearing protection is worn when working around noise producing equipment, Air Force Occupational Safety – AFOSH STD 91-25, Personal Protective Equipment – eye protection – safety glasses to protect eyes and area surrounding the eyes from debris or impact.
Very proficient at reading and interpreting wiring diagrams, schematics, blueprints, job guides, fault isolation trees, general system information, policies, directives, and local instructions.
Identified damaged C-130 aircraft boost pump terminals- eliminated pump replacement; preserved ten man-hours/$12,000 in saving
Decorations, Medals, Campaign Ribbons: Meritorious Unit Award Air Force Outstanding Unit Award Air Force Good Conduct Medal National Defense Service Medal Afghanistan Campaign Medal Global War on Terrorism Medal
I have Completed Airman Leadership School in June 2010
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