I am currently a Gas Turbine Systems Technician Mechanical Second Class in the United States Navy. I am trained and experienced in the maintenance and operation of gas turbine engines, generators, boilers, ac units, refrigerant units, pumps, air compressors, water distillation plants, oily waste separators, fuel and lube oil test equipment, hydraulic equipment, firefighting and damage control equipment, and equipment control consoles. Along with operating and maintaining all of the equipment, I also serve as the Main Propulsion Training Petty Officer, where I oversee and ensure proper training to 25 sailors resulting in maximum engineering reliability for the USS RALPH
JOHNSON (DDG 114).
As a GSM2 on a Navy Destroyer, I must be able to balance administrative and hands on work. On a daily basis I must schedule preventative maintenance, guide and instruct the junior sailors of my workcenter, conduct any preventive or corrective maintenance, and fulfill my watchstanding duties on duty days. I have obtained many qualifications with the highest being Propulsion and Auxiliary Control
Console(PACC) Operator. As a PACC operator, I ensure the safe and correct operation of the engineering plant. I am also qualified in roving watches which allow me to maintain a hands on experience with the
equipment and successfully troubleshoot when equipment casualties occur. While standing my watch I observed abnormal operation of equipment, and began to troubleshoot when I discovered the vital
equipment had become damaged. For this action, the ship was able to avoid a casualty that would have caused catastrophic damage to the ship and its personnel. I received a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for my attention to detail that allowed me to find the issue. I have also been qualified as a Repair Parts Petty Officer, which requires me to order, maintain, and distribute all parts for the
engineering equipment. I received my Fuel and Lube Oil Testing Certification, which taught me how to test, purify, and maintain all US Navy fuels and lube oils. As for my Damage Control qualifications, I am
the Team Leader for all damage control casualties, a vital role that ensures the safety of all personnel and primary leader in combating fires, flooding, and toxic gases.
Gas Turbine Systems Technician Second Class:
● Schedule all Maintenance for EM01, 1 of 4 main propulsion work centers.
● Conduct preventive and corrective maintenance on equipment.
● Ensure all training is properly conducted to 25 sailors.
● Ensure that all equipment is operationally ready.
● Sample, test, and purify all fuel and lube oil.
● Troubleshoot when there are equipment casualties.
● Read and interpret blueprints and equipment drawing.
● Ensure my work center is adhering strictly to EOSS procedures and the Tag-Out program
● Monitoring all operating equipment in the engineering plant
● Ensuring that all equipment is safe to operate
● Memorize and train on immediate and controlling actions from EOCC to successfully combat any casualties while minimizing any damage or prevent cascading casualties.
● Strictly adhering to the Commanding Officer and Chief Engineer's Standing Orders.
● Train Under Instruction (UI) sailors, sign their qualifications, and give boards for final
● Staying informed on instructions and technical manuals to effectively stand watch.
● Forceful backup to the Engineering Officer of the Watch (EOOW).
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● Training on the fundamentals of engineering with topics such as pump theories, tag-out, electrical distribution, laws of physics, various equipment and their applications, tools and their uses, steam, and interpreting blueprints and drawing
● In-depth training on gas turbine engines, generators, boilers, low and high pressure air compressors, bleed air uses, fuel and lube oil, reduction gears and propulsion shafting to include propellers, shaft and bulkhead seals, hydraulic equipment and systems, and engineering control consoles.
● All equipment for testing and purifying fuel and lube oil.
● Mathematical equations for calculation of actual gravity of fuel.
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