Knowledgeable Hull Maintenance technician; offering 4 years of troubleshooting and repair with advanced technical knowledge. Diligent, dependable and service-driven with strong safety record and excellent follow-through. Well-versed in consulting Control work documents, Formal work documents, maintenance procedures and ships schematics to assess repair needs. Setting the stage for first time quality work.
Career Evaluation Report & Counseling Record
-Evaluation submitted upon member's Separation from the United States Naval Service.
-Superb Craftsman. completed three Automated Work Request during the one continuous Maintenance Availability, to Include the installation of 12 feet of metal flashing and the fabrication of two stowage lockers on one homeported submarine. His efforts ensured continued U.S. Fifth/Sevan fleet readiness and operations.
-Recognized Expert. Provided training to four sailors in job qualification requirements and shop practices, Resulting in three qualifications which increased their technical competency and productivity.
-Promotion Recommendation - Early promote - Recommended.
Navy and Marine corps achievement Medal to Hull Maintenance Technician Third Class( Surface Warfare) Zachary Conner O'Neill United Sates Navy For-PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT WHILE SERVING AS CRAFTSMAN, IN REPAIR DEPARTMENT, ON BOARD USS FRANK CABLE (AS40) FROM AUGUST 2016 TO JULY 2020. PETTY OFFICER O'NEILL CONSISTENTLY PERFORMED HIS DEMANDING DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER. DISPLAYING SUPERB CRAFTSMANSHIP, HE EXECUTED 12 WORK PACHCAGES AND 140 AUTOMATED WORK REQUESTS THROUGHOUT 12 CONTINUOUS MAINTENANCE AVAILABILITIES AND FICE VOYAGE REPAIRS PERIODS, ENCOMPASSING 3500 MAN-HOURS OF MAINTENANCE. HE COMPLETED NINE BRAZE JOBS, 100 FLEX HOUSE FABRICAITONS, AND 120 HYFROSTATIC TESTS, ENSURING THE TIMELY COMPLETION OF REPAIRS ON BOARD SHIPS AND SUBMARINES ACROSS THE U.S. FIFITH AND SEVENTH FLEETS. ADDITIONALLY, HE ASSISTED IN THE REPAIR OF SIX SEWING MACHINES, ULTIMATELY RESTORING CANVAS SHOP CAPABILITIES AND SAVING THE NAVY $30K IN PROCUREMENT COASTS. PETTY OFFICER O'Neill's PROFESSIONAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE, AND UNSWERVING DEVTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSEFL AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.
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