Gas Systems Turbine Mechanic for the United States Navy. Automobile Technician Assistant.
Served five years with the United States Navy with an Honorable Discharge
Awarded Navy Achievement Medal for my work during a Congressional INSERV inspection.
Lead gas turbine systems mechanic for my division. Repair parts Petty Officer Manager of my division using OMMS-NG software. Upon advancement to E4 was promoted to Work Center Supervisor for Engineering Mechanical Division. In this area I was in charge of 16 personnel. As Work Center Supervisor was also 3M Manager. Maintained daily maintenance schedules and periodic schedules using SKED 3.1 software. Member of the Engineering Training Team. Provided on hands training to personnel for casualty situations. Lead trouble shooter in my division. Considered by LPO and above to be the go to guy for when there was a sense of urgency.
Began as Porter/Detailer advanced to oil changer. Promoted to Technician Assistant
Basic Engineering Common Core School 2007
Basic Fire Fighting 2007
Advanced Fire Fighting 2010
Chemical Biological Radioactive Training 2010
OMMS-NG software training, Work Center Supervisor training, 3M training 2010
Gauge Cal School: Gauge Calibration 2011
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