Looking for a challenging and rewarding career that offers growth potential that allows the utilize of my technical and professional abilities in Unmanned Aerial Systems, as well as my educational experience in Aeronautics and Aerospace/Aviation Management.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Operations Manager in charge of mission area tasking and specific objectives recognition, location, identification/reporting. Missions Product Analyst responsible for the quality, timely production and accuracy of point of interest development report. Airspace De-confliction Supervisor accountable for planning, tracking and monitoring flight progression throughout the flight profile while cooperatively managing fight separation, stand-offs and aircraft health. Regularly participate on a daily basis per flight schedule for a DOD contract providing weekly training on Crew Resource Management and Human Factor related issues. Instruction of Crew Resource Management including decision making, assertiveness, management, communication, leadership, adaptability/flexibility and situational awareness. Human Factor training topics involved Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM), good judgment, operational pitfalls, peer pressure, mind set, flight related attentiveness topics.
Senior Analyst, of the Technical Publications/Training Team supporting numerous projects including the validation, verification and screening of technical manuals for the P-3 AIP aircraft. Instrumental team member of 8 that performed the instruction and training of 400 personnel accumulatively in 14 squadrons and 5 bases nationwide. Specifically requested as technical adviser to provide instruction and quality of operation supervision for nine forward deployed aircraft and three squadrons in Kadena Japan. Current developments include C4 for ASW Phase II (Avalex IMU, Image Processor Replacement, ADSS Update), C4 Configuration Manual, C4 Maintenance and Operator Manual, and Phase II of C4 for ASW training change incorporations. Projects developed include C4 for ASW Maintenance Training (HF-IP, INMARSAT, Link 16, ITP and DP/DCS), and publications change packages for ARTR/APTR, BFT/AIS, TN-500/AIS/ADSS, Digital Stores Management System (DSMS), AN/AAR-47A & B(V)2, and C4 for ASW. His team generates, validates, and verifies technical data and incorporates change packages into P-3 Wiring Diagram Manuals, Crew Station Maintenance Manuals, Maintenance Instruction Manuals, Illustrated Parts Breakdowns, and all other affected maintenance support manuals. Utilize Subject Matter Expert qualities of the C4 for ASW in the development of SCORM compliant source ware for VP-30, Weapons School and CNATTU.
Lead System Test Program (STP) Subject Matter Expert (SME) responsible for the testing and evaluation of software for the Taiwan P-3 (FMS) program. Reviewing and correcting Problem Reports (PRs), Software Test Procedure CDRL's, Software Requirement Specifications (SRSs) and Developmental exercising of the System Test Program responsible for Mission System equipment condition checks. Screening and Technical evaluation of entire Taiwan P-3 support Manuals (Crew Station Maintenance Manuals, Maintenance Instruction Manuals, In-flight Handbooks, and Operator Checklists), and Performing Software Qualification Testing and of the STP on target hardware. Test and evaluate the developed software on the on the actual aircraft with complete subsystems integrated and monitor avionic performances. Responsible for the execution of the testing and acceptance of 7 Taiwan P-3 aircraft.
Fleet NATOPS Evaluator Lead instructor responsible for daily classroom instruction involving aircraft electronics, signal flow, schematic diagrams, and other maintenance requirements necessary for the training and administration of 35 students annually. Specific systems taught are variations of RADAR's APS-115, APN-234, APS-137 B/C/D (V) 2 & 5, Infra-red Systems AAS-36, ASX-4 &6, Electro-optics and Electronic Intercept Systems AAR/ARR-47 (V) I & 2, as well as Communication Systems AIC-22/34/41, Navigation, Data Processing Computers and Equipment ASQ-222/227 with RDSS/, and various Flight NAV Aids including EFDS. Additionally uses basic RF electronic test equipment and specialized test equipment: completes maintenance forms; inventories parts and supplies; maintains technical library; performs avionic corrosion control. Leading Supervisor for the Fleet NATOPS office; responsible for evaluating and training over 1000 personnel in 25 squadrons worldwide on all variants of P-3 Avionic systems. Senior qualified AIP In-flight Technician/Ordnanceman and ground ordnance handler certified.
Responsible for managing and auditing 22 major programs including Technical Directives, Tool Control, Gas Free Engineering, Hydraulic Surveillance Program, Safety, and the Electrostatic Discharge Program. Supervised the maintenance efforts of 8 production work centers and 80 maintainers for adherence to proper procedures contained in the 4790, CSMM's, MIM's, and IPB's. Sole director tasked with the implementation, acceptance, and squadron training of personnel of the aircraft electronic systems. Planned, scheduled, and implemented training for 5 Naval Squadrons including 45 aircrew personnel active, reserve and maintainers. Developed a Job Qualification Requirement checklist to further aid in the training and qualifying of future maintenance technicians. Avionic supervisor and collateral duty inspector in charge of 14 personnel that's responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of 9 P-3 aircraft totaling over 450 million dollars. Performed acceptance testing and troubleshooting in Greenville, SC for 3 newly modified AIP aircraft.
Primary job as an In-Flight Technician conducting maintenance and training during maritime surveillance, while monitoring and handling ordnance during ASW (Anti-Submarine Warfare), ASUW (Anti-Surface Warfare) missions worldwide aboard the P-3 Aircraft. Performed the duties and provided instruction of a safety of flight RADAR operator. RADAR systems specifically qualified on APS-137 SAR/ISAR, APS-115 and APN-234 Color RADAR. Schematic reading, component recognition and wiring diagram competence, fault isolation, maintenance and troubleshooting of electronics systems.
300 Division Supervisor Qualified aircraft handler responsible for the controlling, movement, and directing of all aircraft during flight-line operations. Responsible for the daily pre-operational checks on various ground support equipment utilized on the P-3. Qualified In-flight Technician on P-3 UDIII aircraft specializing in maintaining and operation of all avionic system. Performed a wide variety of maintenance skills including antenna and wave guide sweeps utilizing Time Domain and Frequency Domain Reflectometers. Used many different types of test equipment such as oscilloscopes, multimeters, radio frequency generators, IFF test sets, TACAN test sets, VOR/ILS test sets, ESM test sets, etc. Performed removal and replacement procedures on various types of antennas including Radar antennas, Radio blade and batwing antennas, HF long wire antennas and VOR tail cap antennas.
•Federal Communication Commission (FCC) License & RADAR Endorsement (PG00005996)
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