Seabee veteran seeking to transition from the Navy to a maintenance position. Maintains, repairs and overhauls automotive, construction, and material-handling equipment; keeps equipment maintenance records; prepares requisitions and reports; trains and supervises subordinates in maintenance and repair procedures and techniques. Works from shop drawings, specifications, and repair and parts manuals; performs preventive maintenance ; operates equipment during test procedures; repairs braking systems; teats and repairs electrical systems, diesel and gas engines, fuel systems, power trains, track systems, hydraulics/pneumatics, and chassis.
Awarded the Army Achievement Medal in 2012.
earned my Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist pin.
Received the Afghanistan Campaign medal
The Service battle E
Global War on Terrorism
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary
National Defense Service
9mm service pistol qualifications
M-16 marksman qualifications
Navy Good Conduct
Sea Service deployment
Maintained, repaired and operated over 500 pieces of Military equipment valued at over 270 million dollars. Maintained and repaired hydraulic, mechanical, pneumatic, electrical equipment along with preventive maintenance.
Diagnosed the problem then replaced or repaired equipments accordingly, along with disassembling and reassembling the units.
Monitored onsite preventative maintenance, troubleshooting the equipments and the repairing and replacing parts accordingly.
Maintained cleanliness of work areas by covering it with protective materials to prevent damage from grease, soil and stain marks.
Assisted in repaired, installation and modification of equipments and other components.
Regulated the working by tightening connections, cleaning and lubricating small motors, changing filters and bearings. Specialized in servicing brakes and fuel systems.Repaired and replaced belts, hoses and steering systems.Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.Rebuilt and repaired engines.Removed and replaced tires, shocks, struts and brakes.Repaired and replaced radiators and water pumps.Washed, waxed and buffed the exterior of vehicles.Vacuumed car interiors to remove dirt and debris and cleaned upholstery and surfaces.Complied with state vehicle requirements, including engine safety and combustion control standards.Overhauled and repaired engines and motors.Reassembled engines and made adjustments as needed.Ordered accurate amounts of parts and supplies to maintain necessary inventory.Repaired hydraulic pumps, couplings and gear trains.Worked on a variety of vehicles, including semi-trucks and tow trucks.
Maintained regular checks and checked components such as hoses, fluid levels, belts, tires, brakes and clutches.
Fortified motor driven equipment by changing filters and lubrication.
Maintained the service logs by recording details for motor and vehicle equipment. Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.Serviced air conditioning, heating, engine-cooling and electrical systems.Examined vehicles to determine the extent of damage or malfunctions.
Expeditionary Force - Combat Skills
Combat Life Saver Course
CBR OPS Field and Team Training
Intro to Haz Waste GEN/HAN
Equipment Chassis II/III
Interservice Construction Mechanic Apprentice
in the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category,
3 semester hours in heavy equipment repair and 3 in automotive
1 semester hour in personal conditioning and 1 in personal community health
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