Creative professional with extensive project experience from concept to development. Talents include basic engineering, small business development, and sheer determination.
I was employed to help conduct a follow-up archeological survey along the DAPL pipeline project across Illinois.
I worked as an Archeological Field Tech for this company during the initial DAPL pipeline survey.
When I decided to move to Switzerland I needed to be able to generate income, so I relied on a set of skills I'd previously developed to start my own gunflint making operation.
In this position I was responsible for all aspects of pre-flight planning of all my assigned flights. This included load planning, calculating fuel requirements based upon weather enroute and at the destination. I also followed each flight and regularly updated the Pilot-in-Command (PIC) of any changes that would affect the flight and re-route the flight as needed. I shared joint responsibility with the PIC from Brakes Release to Brakes Set.
Member of the Army Engineer Association
Member of the Society of American Military Engineers
Member of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels
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