Current total of military and civilian flight hours: 3500 hrs.
Current total of military and civilian night vision goggle hours: 1400 hrs.
Years with Special Operations Aviation (SOA): 9.5.
SOA Flight hours acquired during active duty: 2800 hrs.
All hours accumulated while within 10th SFG (A); 3/160th SOAR (A); 1/160th SOAR (A).
All civilian contractor flight hours accumulated in the last 12 months: 200 hrs.
All flight hours accumulated within the last 12 months have been logged as FI/combat/training.
All civilian contract hours were achieved on Mi-171, Mi-171SM, Mi-17V1, and Mi-17V5.
FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certification.
"Up" slip for full flight duties (Expires: Feb 2015).
Huntsville, Alabama; DynCorp International.
Responsible for oversight of all DynCorp International middle east programs to include Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Afghanistan.
Within the Afghanistan programs, managership was executed over the SOAG, G-222, MD-530 and the CNGS program.
This position was held temporarily upon awaiting personal acceptance into the Mi-17 CNGS program.
Responsible for NRCM, NVG, SOA flight instruction to a squadron sized element of the Czech Republican Air Force, within the Czech Republic.
All missions were performed using Mi-171 and Mi-171SM aircraft; training including both basic and advanced SOA mission profiles.
Combined, both blocks of instruction lasted approximately 5 months.
The SAG, NRCM, FI job description required the following: assistance in the construction of the internal SAG ATM, the creation of student academic classes and presentations, the construction of Situational Training Exercises (STX), participation in mission planning sessions, the effective integration of CRM, confined area landings, slope/single wheel landings, high altitude landings, with "white-out" conditions, training with internal load, external load, rappelling operations, fast rope operations, door gunnery (utilizing the PKM), troop insertion and extractions and reacting to emergency situations, both on the ground and in flight.
The SAG FI was required to demonstrate profi.
Was responsible for flight line SOATB unscheduled maintenance, phase and reset maintenance on all line unit MH-60K, MH-60L and MH-60L CAAS DAP Blackhawk helicopters.
Organizational assignment during this time was 1/160 SOAR (A).
Job description responsibilities included: general aircraft maintenance, parts repair and replacement, sheet metal, powerplant, hydraulic systems, avionics repair and all inclusive aircraft system troubleshooting.
Flight line activities included aircraft dailies/PMD, preflight inspections, operation of GSE and aircraft system test equipment, track and balance of main and tail rotor assemblies, vibration testing, and adjustment of all powerplant and powertrain components related to the MH-60.
Have minor maintenance experience with the MH-.
Fort Campbell, Kentucky; DynCorp International.
Predominantly worked "night shift" for the effective duration of DynCorp Intl.
contract dates; sole personal duty responsibilities included: supervision of all aircraft launch operations, RTB recovery, downed aircraft recovery/contact repair team, ordinary aircraft repair, PMD inspection and preflight operations on eight MH-60K, MH-60L (Block 2) and MH-60L Blackhawk helicopters assigned to 1/160th SOAR(A), SOATB.
Additionally, provided general maintenance support, assisted in launch, recovery and ground handling operations for MH-6 and MH-47 aircraft.
Responsible for coordination and interface between the Blackhawk SOATB maintenance section and aircrew assets of IDR, U.S.
Army training cadre, to include currently assigned students to the SOATB aircrew training program.
Beyond sole personal duties, collective duties with other DynCorp Intl.
personnel included unscheduled, phase and reset maintenance.
Job responsibilities were same: general aircraft maintenance,.
Posts Assigned: Fort Dix, NJ.; Fort Eustis, VA.; Camp Humphreys, ROK; Fort Benning, GA.; Fort Devens, MA.; Fort Campbell, KY.
Positions Held: Tactical Transport Utility Helicopter Repairer/Fully Mission Qualified (FMQ) Crew Chief/Trainer MH-60A, MH-60L (Assault), MH-60A (DAP), MH-60L (DAP); Phase Team Leader; Quality Control Inspector; Downed Aircraft Recovery Team Member; Squad Leader; Platoon Sergeant (acting); First Sergeant (acting).
Acting in the capacity of "Squad Leader" and Crew Chief within D Company, 1/160th SOAR (A), was responsible for the health and welfare of eight men.
This included direct supervision of maintenance efforts, establishment of training objectives per individual, determination of flight scheduling of assigned aircraft, detailing the needs and requirements of often unique deployment destinations and continual participation within internal and external training missions to maintain proficiency in both assault and DAP related tasks.
Was responsible for over $.
"Secret" security clearance, issued 2008.
Afghanistan work visa updated January 2014
**Experienced in multiple versions and configurations of H-60, H-47, H-6, Mi-171/1SM/V1/V5 aircraft.
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