Results oriented, solutions-focused, versatile management professional offering a thoroughly detailed comprehensive background supporting U.S. military operations at home and abroad in roles of increasing responsibility during a 20 year career in the United States Navy. Effective mentor, communicator and leader who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results.
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal.
Navy Achievement Award in December 2010
Navy Achievement Award in September 2011
Engineering Officer Of the Watch
Gulf War Medal
Supervised operation and organizational maintenance of Colt Pielstick, Fairbanks, Morse and Cummings Diesel engines and all supporting equipment. As Engineering Officer Of the Watch, responsible for the daily operation and safety of the ships electrical plant, power plant, sanitation plant and the 60 personnel to operate each plant. Maintain and troubleshoot hydraulic cargo/weapons elevators on board. Operate and maintain internal combustion engines, main propulsion machinery, refrigeration and air conditioning equipment and shipboard auxiliary equipment.
Coordinated preventive, corrective maintenance of 3 bulk fuel shore facilities. Operate and maintain bulk petroleum equipment.Refueling US Naval vessels from shore to ship without incident. Managing the work hours, safety, and equipment of 150 personnel on daily task and refueling operations.
Managed 4 Landing Craft Utility, 50 personnel and the maintenance and repair of 8 16V Detroit Diesel engines, 8 4 cylinder Detroit Diesel Generators, 4 4 cylinder Detroit Anchor Engines.
Applied Marine Engineering
Maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of hydraulic cargo/weapons elevators onboard the ship.
Purpose of the course was to provide personnel with the requisite leadership skills necessary to function as effective leaders and managers.
Maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of shore fuel tanks, fuel lines, fuel pumps and responsible for the safe issuing of fuel and oil to US Naval vessels. Maintenance and troubleshooting of bulk petroleum equipment at shoreside terminals as well as fuel testing.
Course covered response to oil spills in harbors and near shore environments. Provided basic skills needed to perform as a member of the Facility Response Team.
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