Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman with 24 years in the U.S. Air Force. Highly motivated, reliable, diligent and flexible professional. Effective Communicator who works well with team members and groups from diverse backgrounds.
Awarded 2 Air Force Achievement Medal in 1996/2006.
Awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal in 2009.
Awarded the Air Force Meritorious Service Medal in 2013.
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
Recognized as Superior performer during Operational Readiness Inspection.
Expanded multi-lateral relations with South Korea and United States to strengthen security and partnership. Recognized as Laudatory Performer by Group Commander.
Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments.
Prepared daily maintenance workloads based on flying schedule and mission requirements, pivotal to units 98% departure reliability rate.
Worked closely with Host unit, Airfield Management and support agencies, ensuring safe and effective airfield operations.
Ensured proper documentation of inflight discrepancies and updated aircraft status utilizing computer based tracking systems. providing an accurate, up to date status of fleet condition and availability.
Determined Airworthiness of aircraft and final release authority for returning aircraft to service after completion of inspection, servicing and maintenance activities.
Facilitated airflow of more than 1.3K aircraft of various types annually (C-17, C-5, KC-10, KC-135, L100, Gulfstream, DC-6).
Oversaw effective management of aircraft support equipment valued at more than $3M. Managed 12 to 15 technicians from various career fields, evaluated performance utilizing follow-up inspections. Reviewed and utilized inspection reports, assignments, manpower authorizations, workloads and personnel proficiency to determine training requirements. Prepared and briefed daily aircraft status reports to supervision.
Managed 12 to 15 technicians from various career fields, evaluated performance utilizing follow-up inspections.
Reviewed and utilized inspection reports, assignments, manpower authorizations, workloads and personnel proficiency to determine training requirements.
Prepared and briefed daily aircraft status reports to supervision.
Debriefed Aircrews, ensured proper documentation of discrepancies, inspections, servicing and repair actions.
Enforced strict adherence to technical data, safety practices, hazardous material/waste handling and environmental regulations.
Supervised 12 to 15 technicians from various career fields, ensuring that all training requirements were kept current and provided cross-utilization training when needed.
Managed expenditures for $1.7M aircraft equipment account and $300K annual maintenance operating budget.
Responsible for control and upkeep of composite tool kits and test equipment worth $4M and vehicles and aerospace ground equipment worth $9.6M.
Managed hazardous waste control and disposal program. Responsible for satellite collection point, eyewash and for maintaining Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
Maintained Technical Order publications, responsible for updating and posting changes to both paper and electronic versions.
Ensured strict compliance with Air Force, EPA, OSHA and AFOSH standards and regulations.
Facilitated aircraft sortie production, produced flying and maintenance schedules, tracked status of aircraft, documented and followed up on all maintenance actions.
Supervised the integration of Maintenance Operations Center with Debrief section.
Debriefed aircrews, utilized computer based aircraft status and tracking systems, to document discrepancies, inspections, servicing and repairs.
Coordinated emergency evacuation during typhoon, protected $689M of Special Forces assets.
Responsible for conducting daily maintenance briefings, providing supervision with an up to date picture of fleet health and availability.
Managed 47 aircraft technicians, responsible for their continuous proficiency and upgrade training requirements.
Performed repair, towing, jacking, servicing, corrosion prevention, accessory power unit (APU) operation.
Accomplished preflight, thruflight, basic postflight isochronal and Home Station Check inspections on 10 assigned C-130 aircraft.
Ensured compliance with technical orders, instructions, policies and regulations. performed safety and quality assurance follow up inspections.
Advised senior leadership of safety and logistical issues; proposed and implemented corrective action.
Managed fleet of 72 vehicles valued in excess of $4M, ensured proper care and compliance of inspections and servicing.
Reported malfunctions and coordinated repairs, investigated incidents, accidents and misuse.
developed and maintained vehicle lesson plan and oversaw flightline drivers program.
Served as unit Safety Manager, performed safety inspections on flighline personnel, maintenance procedures and aircraft repair facilities.
Responsible for identifying safety shortfalls, implementing corrective action, reporting results to unit Commander, briefing and training unit personnel.
Led unit Foreign Object Damage (FOD) program, installed FOD collection barrels at flightline entry points and magnets on vehicles.
Supervised team of 4 technicians responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of $283M B-1B aircraft.
Performed towing. launch, recovery, servicing, basic postflight, preflight, thruflight, acceptance and transfer inspections, ensured scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements were met.
Performed corrosion preventative measures, washed aircraft and engines at specified intervals.
Knowledgeable of aircraft structural, hydraulic, environmental, oxygen, flight controls and electrical systems.
Conducted on-the-job training, performed personnel evaluations and documented training records to reflect qualifications, enforced strict compliance with technical data and safety procedures.
Inspected, removed, replaced and adjusted system components.
Responsible for initiating engineering disposition requests when technical data was deficient or nonexistent.
Requisitioned replacement parts and returned supply due-in-from-maintenance (DIFM) assets.
Managed delayed discrepancies to ensure timely corrective action.
Earned FAA A&P certification with Airframe and Powerplant ratings
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