Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Motivated Maintenance Training Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge is eager to help improve students' advanced knowledge and abilities in Communication Intelligence (COMINT) and Electronic Intelligence (ELINT). Engaging and hands-on instructor with more than 15 years of related experience and superior planning and time management abilities. Also, a team-minded professional experienced in consulting with both students and management to develop captivating and practical training programs that continuously stimulate creative minds.

  • 20 year Electronic Warfare career
  • Numerous RC-135 and Combat Sent deployments worldwide
  • Reading and interpreting Engineering Wiring and Block diagrams
  • Equipment testing
  • Troubleshooting skills
  • Worst-case analysis
  • Background in Microsoft Office tools
  • Obtained and maintained TS/SCI clearance for 15 years ( still active)
Work History
Maintenance Training, NCOIC, 10/2018 - Current
Occidental Petroleum Corp.(Oxy) Augusta, GA,
  • Directs scheduled/unscheduled maintenance and modifications on Air Force's only Electronic Warfare Maintenance Training System valued at $50 million.
  • Manages Maintenance Training Course curriculum development and delivery while providing progressive flight line on-the-job training experience.
  • Defined and articulated learning outcomes, including measurements, performance metrics and changes to improve student learning.
  • Supports $1 Billion Royal Air Force Airseeker program, educates United States and British technicians on emerging Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance technology onboard RC-135 Rivet Joint aircraft.
  • March 2019, organized 14 member post-flood inspection team, inventoried and assessed damaged equipment, saved $7.6 million in Air Force assets and retrieved 15 controlled cryptologic items.
  • July 2019, revealed new Maintenance Training Center, conducted tours and briefed local Congressman and Air Force's Air Combat Command's Director of Operations.
Production Superintendent, 09/2015 - 10/2018
  • Filled production superintendent position while deployed to Curacao, supervised 14 military/civilian unit, routine maintenance programs, scheduled services to prevent equipment failure.
  • Directed operations in Collection Management Section-responsible for over 80 Requests for Information (RFIs) one week during active operations-integral to successful intelligence operations.
  • Expeditiously integrated intel into aircrew's SA during Global War on Terrorism missions; identified 3,000 plus possible enemy emitters.
  • Deployed 135 days to Qatar in support of Operation Inherent Resolve/ Operation Freedom's Sentinel, managed 7 Air Force Specialty Career fields.
  • Deployed 98 days to Kadena Air Base, oversaw 3 installation of software programs, hardware systems to meet time compliance technical orders deadline.
  • Led 4 Electronic Warfare technicians, 2 contractors in joint military Red Flag exercise, supported 96 deployed aircraft, 14 major weapons systems, completed 1,370 combat sorties.
Electronic Warfare Systems Element, NCOIC, 10/2011 - 12/2013
United States Air Force City, STATE,
  • Oversaw 87 man Electronic Warfare section, performed Electronic Warfare system maintenance on 19 premier RC-135 Rivet Joint, Combat Sent aircraft valued at $3.4 Billion.
  • Oversaw ELINT mission systems repair; replaced defective processor, revitalized system capabilities 2 hours
  • Led in-flight mission systems repair, coached Airborne System Engineers through program rescript via ground station; saved mission, efforts led to 4,900 ELINT reports.
  • Discovered outdated ESP software version during deployment, coordinated fix with engineers; returned essential ELINT systems to full mission capable, contributed to aircraft safety & personnel.
  • Troubleshot steerable beam antenna; replaced power supply, restored ELINT system back to 100% capability in 1 hour; aircraft combat mission ready, met Air Tasking Order needs.
  • Flawlessly identified over 4,000 enemy emitters; ensured safety of coalition aircrews to operate during missions.
  • Diligent, tireless operator-identified scheduled enemy movement-led to mission generation, success, with no losses.
MBA: Cyber Security , Expected in 04/2022
Baylor University - Waco, TX
Bachelor of Science: Technical Management, Expected in 12/2020
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach - Daytona Beach, FL
Associate of Applied Science: Avionics Technology, Expected in 10/2018
Community College of The Air Force - Montgomery, AL

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