I am looking to pursue a career in the diesel maintenance field. I have been repairing my own vehicles since I have been old enough to drive and thoroughly enjoy the work. My interest in heavy trucks and diesel engines peaked when I chose to enlist in the Army at the age of eighteen and became responsible for servicing my platoons vehicles and equipment. I served honorably as and Air Defense Battle Management Systems Operator for four years until my ETS date of 10/29/2015. I have since enlisted the the Arkansas National Guard and now serve as a wheeled vehicle mechanic.
I have received three Army Achievement Medals and one Army Accommodation Medal throughout my years of service. Two of my achievement medals were presented to me for my crew being rated as the top in our battalion for both academic knowledge of our MOS and our ability to perform our duties under high stress conditions. I was awarded my Army Accommodation Medal for my time served working in my battalions Tactical Operations Center during my deployment as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. During my time of deployment I was responsible for tracking the status of all five of our line units and pushing those reports up to our Brigade Headquarters without flaw. Lastly I received my final Army Achievement Medal when I exited Active Duty for my honorable and exemplary service.
Worked during my summer of school. I was responsible for prepping mobile homes for transport, and then setting them after they were transported to the home owners property. This included using jacks to lift and level the house, set in on concrete piers, drop the wheels and axles used for transport, and anchoring the home to the ground. This must all be accomplished in a timely manor and abide my state regulations,
During my time on active duty my duties included operating light and heavy trucks to tow and emplace radar equipment for Patriot Air Missile Units. Once the radar equipment was in position I would monitor the skies watching for hostile threats for those units. Besides operating that equipment I was also responsible for conducting routine maintenance on that equipment and keeping it mission ready.
After Leaving Active Duty I decided to enlist in the National Guard as a 91B to pursue my love of mechanics. My responsibilities include performing regular scheduled services on company vehicles. When a vehicle breaks down and a work order is put in I am also responsible for troubleshooting to find the cause of the problem and making the necessary repairs.
I recieved my GED from ASU Searcy in 2011
During the army I went through Drivers Training in order to obtain a military drivers license to operate vehicles to include Humvees, LMTVs, MTVs, HEMMTTs, and 5 tons.
During the army I received Composite Risk Management Training. This course is to teach individuals how to properly and efficiently spot and mitigate obstacles in the work place so that the job can be done safely yet in a timely manor.
The Combat Life Saver course is given to every soldier so that in the event that he or a colleague becomes injured they can properly dress their injuries and if they are sever enough keep them alive until they can be transported to a medical facility.
SSD1 is a course that is mandatory for soldiers to take in order to become a Noncommissioned officer. The course focuses on leadership skills and leading others not just in the military but in any aspect of life.
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