Talented and driven Cable/Antenna Maintenance Technician with 2 years experience in installing and maintaining network, phone, and fiber optic drops, locating and GPSing cable routes, troubleshooting, and periodical maintenance inspections on antennas, manholes, and climbing equipment.
Led four member team to engineer and install 1000ft of LAN cable for the 55 Security Force Squadron which enable the base to safeguard $9.1 Billion in assets. Troubleshot and repaired defective splices to restore the command center for the Secretary of Defense. Fixed two hundred pair cable and wired thirty voice/data cables to restore the 55 Wing's flight simulator.
Maintain and splice 57,000 pair-miles of copper and 36,000 strands of Fiber Optic outside plant infrastructure. Process yearly average of 4,500 underground excavation clearance requests on and around Offutt AFB locale. Install facility copper and fiber optic cabling to support 55th Wing, United States Strategic Command, Air Force Weather Agency and forty-eight associate units. Maintain fifteen High Frequency antennas at two remote locations supporting White House Communications Agency and Joint Communications Squadron.
Led two man team to powder coat sheet metal for various companies to include HAAS automation. Powder coated custom jobs for various customers. Jobs include anything from powder coating car parts to patio furniture and everything in between.
Five months of technical training resulting in certification of the following: Information Technology Basics, Cable and Antenna Maintenance, Pole Climbing and Rescue, Manhole Rescue, Tower Climbing and Rescue, and Fiber Optic Installation and Maintenance
29 hours of General Education to go towards an Associate's Degree in the Sciences to eventually get a Bachelor's Degree in the Science of Telecommunications.
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