(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor

Goals and accomplishments from VERTEX program manager Dana Bogdanoff Dec 31 2020:

"Work completed correctly and on time. Employee arrives to work on time and completes all assigned tasks in a safe and timely manner as per applicable instructions."

"Actively learning and training increased responsibilities for Site Lead and/or Regional Manager."

"Demonstrates knowledge of C12 aircraft systems and troubleshooting."

"Holds Aircraft condition to a high standard in appearance and maintained correctly while having repeat discrepancies at a minimum."

"Assists whenever possible such as the last ACI center When needed for an additional two weeks at San Angelo Tx ACI site which delayed departure of BV-06 aircraft Ferry Flight back to Bahrain. Aircraft departure was delayed due to COVID restrictions and he assisted the site on maintenance of other aircraft on site. Received high praise for his work ethic from site manager."


A&P Aircraft Mechanic, Assistant Site Lead, Site HAZMAT Coordinator, Logs and Records, Supply upkeep, Explosive Handler (Fire Bottle Squibs), Aviation Safety Equipment/life rafts/life vests/survival kits, corrosion prevention/painting/touch ups, GSE Upkeep.

Education and Training
A&P Fast Track Dallas, TX, Expected in 05/2000 : A&P Aircraft Maintenance - GPA :
Hammondsport Junior-Senior High School Hammondsport, NY Expected in 08/1989 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Transportation of Hazardous Material NAS Sigonella Italy, Expected in 03/2002 : Transportation of Hazardous Material - GPA :
ProLine24 NAS Sigonella Italy, Expected in 03/2002 : Avionics - GPA :
HAZWOPER NSA Bahrain, Expected in 06/2019 : HAZMAT - GPA :
  • Licensed A&P - 2000
  • HAZMAT (Supply/Disposal) - 2012
  • MACS Aircraft AC Service - 2015
Air Transport International - Field Engineer 1, A&P Mechanic
Baltimore, MD, 01/2012 - Current

Field Engineer1/A&P mechanic for VERTEX Aerospace/L3 VERTEX since January 2012 under company contract with USN to perform all aircraft maintenance on 3 Navy owned C12M King Air 200 aircraft Located at Naval Air Support Site Bahrain, 2nd seniority position at site. Fill in position for site lead when needed, covering all site maintenance procedures from aircraft log book entries, incoming parts for supply, updating site inventory, aircraft maintenance schedules for 3 aircraft, updating computer maintenance program and scheduling upcoming maintenance consisting of Sectional/ Phase and Corrosion Inspection hourly scheduling while in conjunction with the Navy Flight schedule as well as all non-scheduled maintenance occurring during normal daily flight ops. Upkeep of site HAZMAT program as primary site HAZMAT coordinator in accordance with USN and VERTEX regulations. One of two site personnel qualified as explosive ordinance handler for engine fire bottle squibs. Qualified operator/servicer of Aircraft Air conditioning systems by MACS. UC12/PT6A-42 Engine high/low power run qualified. Personally perform most all of site aircraft paint touch ups small and large. Assist in upkeep and maintenance schedule of all GSE. During times of filling in for site lead, other duties are to coordinate with the Navy liaison and schedules which aircraft to fly, what maintenance is coming due and overseeing other site programs such as tool calibration, tool control for shop and personal tool boxes, aircraft battery and emergency battery service program, tire/wheel/brake buildup logs, and aviation safety survival equipment maintenance programs. Aircraft site maintenance is all normally accomplished with a 5 man team covering 7 days/week with normally two shifts, many times spread out to cover early morning to late evening flights and rotating weekend duties.

M1 Support Services - A&P Mechanic/Technician
City, STATE, 05/2011 - 01/2012

A&P Field Engineer1/A&P mechanic for M1 Services under L3 Vertex/US Army RC12 Aircraft Maintenance Contract in Wiesbaden Germany and deployable locations such as Bagram Afghanistan. Performed line maintenance, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance/inspections on numerous US Army RC12 and UC12 Aircraft rotating in and out of home site Wiesbaden. Performed Phase/Sectional/Corrosion inspections for all aircraft located on site as well as component Removal and Replacements due to TBO or component failure. Performed many hot section turbine inspections and replacement of internal components such as turbine wheel assy's and performed removal and replacement of large components such as engine assy's, and landing gear replacements. Engine turn qualified, Explosive ordinance qualified for removal/replacement/maintenance on flare and chaff systems installed on RC12/UC12 aircraft on site. Also removed and installed main wing sections for NDI.

Was forced to leave site due to drawdown and site closure.

Lear Siegler Services/URS Corporation - A&P Mechanic
City, STATE, 01/2000 - 05/2011

2000-2011 Aircraft A&P Mechanic for LEAR Siegler Services/URS Corporation on the USN C26 Fairchild/Metroliner aircraft Contract located at NAS Sigonella (Catania) Italy, Performing all line aircraft maintenance (two C26 aircraft) unscheduled/scheduled aircraft maintenance, phase and corrosion inspections, component removal & replacement both time items and unscheduled from engines , landing gear to smaller components and also survival equipment and explosive ordinance qualified for handling/installation/testing of engine fire bottle squibs. Engine low/ high power and taxi qualified. Primary HAZMAT site coordinator and authorized site HAZMAT transportation representative.

Tasked numerous times to cover as site nightshift lead and also to assist our other site in Naples Italy while they were down maintainers, also covered many offsite AOG recoveries, offsite scheduled operations such as NASA mission shuttle support in Zaragoza Spain and Moron AFB Spain, Offsite aircraft painting located in Olbia Sardinia Italy, aircraft interior upgrade Naples Italy and was direct involved with upgrades such as BOSE noise cancelling headset/audio conversion and the new avionics PRO-LINE 24 Avionics upgrade/full installation/mod located at Yulista Aviation in Huntsville Alabama.

Left site and program due to new company winning contract and bringing in their own employees other than site lead and night shift lead.

USN - USN Aircraft Engine Mechanic/Aircrew
City, STATE, 08/1989 - 09/1996

Active duty US Navy Aviation Machinist Mate (Aircraft Engine Mechanic)/ US Navy Aircrewman from AUG 1989-AUG 1996 (one yr Reserve). Performed engine component troubleshooting, removal and replacement of engine components and engines for TBO or failure on USN C-2A Grumman Greyhound "COD" aircraft located at NAS Sigonella (Catania) Italy with VR-24 Lifting Eagles Squadron.

Qualified In flight Aircrewman on both Squadron aircraft C-2A and CT-39G Rockwell/Sabreliner DV passenger Jet.

Home based at NAS Sigonella Italy but deployed to many countries throughout Europe as far north as England, West to Spain, down to countries in N. Africa, over to Eastern Turkey, Israel, Egypt, Suez Canal, and around to the Middle East countries Kuwait, UAE and Bahrain.

Deployed away from home squadron site at the beginning of Desert Storm and stayed for double deployment due to qualified aircrewman shortage. Started up squadron deployment in Bahrain fwd Desert Storm base.

Covered many DV flights all over Europe in the two squadron CT-39G VIP jets from admirals and other high ranking US Gov't officials to musicians.

Transferred to NAS Sigonella Air Ops in 1993 due to VR-24 decommission. One CT-39 was transferred to NAS Sigonella Air Ops as the other was flown back stateside. Continued as the only crewman for the "T-39" flying DV missions until we flew one last mission/ferry flight to Davis Monthan AFB, end of service for our "T-bird". Contined my remaining time in service as a King Air UC-12 Aircrewman and gained more mechanic experience with the contract maintainers at Sigonella who were at the time working for Beech Aerospace on a USN maintenance contract. During this time and after my Honorable discharge, I continued to get experience from the contract maintainers and finally got my A&P in 2000.

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