I have been a Missile Technician for the United States Navy for the past three years. I have engaged in multitudes of various training including: Basic Enlisted Submarine School - which teaches every system and major piece of equipment on board submarines, Basic Mechanical Skills - where I learned in depth corrective techniques used by the Navy dealing with a wide range of tools and equipment, Advanced Technical Training - which covered an extensive array of material dealing with electricity and its many components. Upon completing all of that training I was transferred to complete a six month course of profound study on the D-5 Backfit Trident II Nuclear Missiles and their many support systems. Throughout all of my profound training I maintained a position within the top 5% of my class.
My responsibilities as a Missile Technician were to monitor and maintain the various support systems for the Trident II Nuclear Missile, and to deliver the payload to target when so ordered. With this responsibility came a Top Secret level government clearance. I operated and maintained complex networks, programs, and large scale equipment dealing with the Trident II Nuclear missile. I ensured the highest possible level of accuracy, efficiency, and safety was performed in all maintenance and troubleshooting in accordance with the United States Navy Nuclear Weapons Manual. During my time as a Missile Technician I received several 4.0/4.0 scores (Early Promote) on my personal evaluations.
BESS - Basic Enlisted Sub School
BMS - Basic Mechanical Skills
ATT - Advanced Technical Training
MT C School - Missile Technician Training
GMT - General Military Training
High School Diploma
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