Operation Enduring Freedom veteran seeking to transition from the United States Marine Corps to Construction Equipment Mechanic. Offers expertise in property accountability, Troubleshooting, Repairing, Corrective and Preventative Maintenance.Solutions-focused, versatile management professional offering a comprehensive background supporting U.S. military operations in roles of increasing responsibility during a 6-year career in the Marines. Effective mechanic who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results.
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.Selected from more than 5 senior Non-Commissioned Officers to serve as Platoon Sergeant.Maintained 100% accountability of a large section of equipment worth over $ 1,000,000.00 during multiple overseas deployments. Received Navy And Marine Corps Achievement Medal for maintaining and troubleshooting/repairing Heavy Equipment while serving as the only Heavy Equipment Mechanic during Operation Enduring Freedom.
Performed preventative maintenance on multiple pieces of heavy equipment. Manufacturers ranging from John Deere, Terex, Caterpillar, and SkyTrack. Troubleshot and repaired 3 pieces of Heavy Equipment. Performed 250 hour, 500 hour, and 1000 hour preventative maintenance on 624KR Tractor, Rubber Tired, Articulated Steering, Multipurpose Forklift. (TRAM, John Deere) Ensured all Engineer Equipment is up to date on all required preventative Maintenance. Instructed LCpl Montiel on the different problems he will encounter while deployed with Bravo Company as the Engineer Equipment Mechanic. Instructed Subordinate Marines on the proper maintenance of all Engineer Equipment in our Possession. Troubleshot and repaired 1 Light Capability Rough Terrain Forklift that was completely deadlined due to a faulty Electrical wiring harness. Instructed LCpl Thomas, a Engineer Equipment Operator, on the proper procedures for performing Preventative Maintenance on all Engineer Equipment on our lot.
Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on Heavy Equipment Operations and Maintenance. Completed multiple fire prevention safety training. Trouble shot and Repaired 3 John Deere 624kr Forklifts that had rolled over due to Poor Operation. Provided engineer and heavy equipment support to (5) Marine Special Operations Teams (MSOTs), (4) U.S. Army Operational Detachment Alphas (ODAs) and (2) U.S. Navy Sea, Air, Land (SEAL) platoons during several months of highly kinetic combat operations. Instructed (4) Marines, (7) U.S. Navy SeaBees and (10) U.S. Army soldiers on the operation
and employment of the 624 KR Tractor, Rubber-tired, Articulated Movement (TRAM). Troubleshot and repaired (7) All Terrain Lifter, Army Systems (ATLASs) under field conditions at remote Village Stability Platforms (VSPs). Diagnosed and repaired (3) TRAMs, returning them to full operational capacity. Completed (5) JLTIs in order to complete acquisition of (5) TRAMs, greatly expanding the
capacity and self sufficiency of (8) VSPs.
Served as a Small Craft mechanic. Maintained, Trouble shot, and Repaired Multiple types of equipment ranging from 55hp Outboard Motors to V8 Volvo Diesel Engines.
Received training on different ways of leading people. Honor Graduate of this month long course.
Received Training ranging from small 55hp Outboard motors to V8 Volvo Diesel Engines for our much larger boats in the Marine Corps.
Learned the basics of being a heavy equipment mechanic ranging from Hydraulics, Electrical, Diesel Engines, Troubleshooting, Corrective Maintenance, and Preventative Maintenance.Top 8% of Graduating class of 25. Emphasis in Construction Equipment Maintenance and Repair.
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