CH47F/D Pilot with active U.S. government SECRET level security clearance. Highly flexible, organized and skilled at handling multiple tasks and managing priorities in fast-paced, changing environments.Detail-oriented leader with 12 years of experience in troop leading and Aviation. Looking to transitioning to a career in global Aviation, specializing in Tactical Operations and fundamentals of flight proficiency. Specific career training with honed skills in Tactical Aviation Operations, Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE) and flight and mission planning.
Acted as the sole CH47F Tactical Operations Officer in support of RC-S Kandahar, Afghanistan. While deployed, made firm relationships with the military members of the United Arab Emirates, providing mandatory system updates to multiple platforms of their aircrafts' ASE systems and developed and taught classes on various principles of flight and CH47F systems. Built a custom AWE for th UAE CH47F company (Maps, drawing files and graphics) and provided monthly updates to their computer systems for required DAFIF and ECHUM patches. Was selected as the TACOPS officer of the year by 2nd BN, 3rd CAB. Have flown over 1300 hours (700+ combat) accident free and have spotless flight record.
The US Army specialty track training for Tactical Operations Officers and specialized education in Aircraft Survivability Equipment. The foundation for an Officer to supervise and oversee an Aviation element for secure tactical functions and to educate, evaluate and maintain all ASE systems for the airframes under his watch. The school also sets the precedence for detailed mission planning, execution and structure. The end state is that a TACOPS Officer is the go to flight lead, mission planning expert, subject matter expert on all IR, Radar and other threats and the abilities to maneuver the aircraft into consistent positions of advantage. Performed as the go to Flight Lead (Trainer as well) and an Air Mission Commander for multiship operations. Rated in the Boeing CH47F/D, Bell OH58 A/C and Bell TH-67 helicopters. Flown over 1300 accident free hours (700+ Combat) and 450+ as a Pilot in Command. Maintain a blemish free military flying record.
Was responsible to prepare the Operating Room suite for surgery (tools, equipment and sterile preparations). While in surgery, personally assisted the surgeon in performing the operation by providing tools and equipment, sutures, dressings and physical support. Developed a keen attention for detail, sterile technique and knowledge of the human body.
Learned the advanced principles of security and mission management. Specialized in covert tactics and precise movement techniques to avoid enemy detection.
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