communicator, AdaptabilityMILITARY SERVICEService Country: United StatesBranch: NavyRank: E4
07/2016 to 02/2017
Cryogenics TechnicianU.S. Navy - Medical Treatment Facility Naval hospital ship USNS Mercy – San Diego, CA
High and Low Pressure Cryogenic Technician
Tests liquid oxygen and liquid nitrogen for purity and acetylene contamination.
Perform required checks on
O2/N2 compressed gas cylinders prior to and after charging them to proper pressure
operate and maintain mechanical refrigeration systems, reciprocating high pressure and centrifugal low
pressure air compressors, vacuum pumps, and gaseous distribution systems.
07/2014 to 07/2016
Low Pressure Air Compressor TechnicianSan Diego, CA
Medical Treatment Facility US Naval Hospital Ship MERCY (T-AH 19) FPO AP 96672-4090 Installed machinery, equipment and new and replacement parts
Referred to blueprints, repair manuals and parts catalogs to diagnose and repair equipment.
Maintained and repaired tools, equipment and machines.
06/2013 to 03/2014
HVAC TECHNICIANU.S. Navy – San Diego, CA
Provide all maintenance, modernization and technical support for ships, submarines, aircraft carriers and
miscellaneous craft home-ported in, or transiting, the navy region southwest area of responsibility.
responsible for maintenance, overhaul, troubleshooting, and repair of ships air conditioning and refrigeration
01/2010 to 06/2012
Customer Service RepresentativeSouthwest Regional Maintenance Center – San Diego, CA
Responsible for assisting over 700 personnel with career information and counseling.
Cryogenic tech. certified in cryogenicsCenter for Naval Engineering, Learning Site: us naval learning site - VA
HVAC certification in Air conditioning and refrigerationCenter for Naval Engineering: Garden Grove High School - San Diego, CA