Marine Corps CH-53E Crew Chief/Mechanic, excellent at juggling multiple tasks and working under pressure with attention to detail. Skills to offer include Great Mechanic skills, Social Communication skills and leadership skills.
While in Afghanistan in 2009 with operation OEF (Operation Enduring Freedom), collectively acquired over 400 Combat flight hours as a CH-53E Crew Chief. As a result i was awarded four Air Strike medals and Combat Aircrew wings with two gold stars.
Received Certificate of Commendation in 2011 for Marine Week St. Louis
Received Meritorious Mast on January 1st 2012
Received Gray belt in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program in March of 2012
Completed yellow belt lean six sigma training in May of 2012
Preformed Precision machining on industrial locomotive equipment using vertical mills and horizontal lathes with precision measuring tools.
Commanded the Aircrew of a CH-53E helicopter, and learned to preform routine and unscheduled maintenance on the air craft. Once knowledgeable about the air craft and responsibilities as a Crew Chief/Mechanic, also took on the responsibility of training younger and less experienced Marines to preform there duties.
Through out my time as a Crew Chief/Mechanic i acquired qualifications to improve myself and help contribute to my squadron of HMH-772(-). They include Air craft Tow Director, Fuel Surveillance, Brake Rider ,Blade/Pylon Fold, Plane Capitan, and CDI (Collateral Duty Inspector).
MET/CAM (Mechanical Engineering Technology/Computer Aided Machining
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