Motivated problem-solver with four years of demonstrated ability to supervise, lead, follow and serve in all aspects of operations, while also being responsible for the training of subordinate personnel.
This course covers the functions and responsibilities of the Quality Assurance work center at the organizational maintenance level. Topics include requirements to become a Quality Assurance Representative/Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representative, and Collateral Duty Inspector, programs under the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program managed by QA, procedures for Product Quality Deficiency Reports, Hazardous Material Reports, Technical Publication Deficiency Reports, and Technical Directives.
Provides selectees with the education and leadership skills necessary to lead Marines as a corporal. The program of instruction places emphasis on leadership foundations.
Practical exercises, laboratory, and lecture. General course topics include time domain reflectonomy, wire connector repairs, wiring inspection and identification, military standard electrical connectors, and wire repair techniques. The student will be able to perform wire cutting, tinning and stripping; identify the characteristics of RF cables and connectors, understand time domain reflectonomy, understand the characteristics of coaxial, twinaxial, and triaxial connectors, and apply wire repair techniques.
Laboratory, group paced, and lecture. General course topics include aircraft electrical power, flight and fuel systems, navigational and instrumentation systems, environmental systems, landing gear, and related systems. The student will be able to operate, troubleshoot, and maintain aircraft control systems.
Provides instruction to officers and enlisted personnel assigned to aviation designated ships to include all air capable ships in aircraft fire fighting. This course provides classroom instruction in personnel protective equipment, flight/hangar deck equipment and systems, procedures and techniques for combating fires, and hands-on practical training through actual fire fighting exercises involving class Bravo fires. The OPNAV damage control proficiency level satisfied by this course is level II. HIGH RISK COURSE
This course covers aircraft wiring, lighting circuits, troubleshooting electric circuits, solid-state electronics, aircraft generators and voltage regulators, power distribution systems, aircraft control surfaces, landing gear, ignition systems, fuel quantity systems, and aircraft instruments. The student will be able to perform routine and scheduled maintenance on aircraft electrical, instrument, and navigational systems.
Topics include use of laboratory equipment, DC and AC circuits, wiring/soldering, transformers, relays and switches, diodes, transistors, power supplies, amplifiers, digital circuits, and personal computer hardware. The student will be able to troubleshoot and performs entry level maintenance on electronic, electrical, and digital equipment.
Introduces Navy and Marine Corps enlisted personnel to the Naval Aviation community. It provides an overall understanding of publications, the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, aviation programs, safety, hazardous materials, the theory of flight and basic aviation fundamentals, and Corrosion Control.
Voluntary high-risk course prepares students to improve and maintain water skills to meet in-test and out-test skills for numerous Navy programs with swimming and water survival skill set components.
This course is designed to train all basic Marines and includes instruction on M60E3 Machine Gun, M2 Machine Gun, M16A2 Rifle, AN/PVS-4 (NVD) Basic Tactical Measures, Communications, Intelligence, Physical Fitness, Close Combat, Land Navigation, and Collective Combat Skills.
Topics include code of military conduct and laws of war, Marine Corps history and traditions, first aid and field sanitation, military courtesy and discipline, personal health and hygiene, marksmanship, bayonet and martial arts competencies, and land navigation. The student will be able to perform basic and infantry skills of physical ability, drill and ceremony, marksmanship, confidence, personal grooming and hygiene, perform as a team member in tactical offensive and defensive formations, and perform basic martial arts moves.
Inspected all aircraft materials under my cognizance for quality. Possessed fundamental responsibility for the prevention of defects and safety of pilots and aircraft.
Inspected, tested, repaired, maintained, installed and removed systems, components and ancillary equipment of aircraft electrical systems.
Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation, Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Navy Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (2), Certificate of Commendation (2), Letter of Appreciation, Carrier Airwing One Golden Wrench Award 2012, Hanson Award for Squadron of the Year 2013
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