Currently in Untied States Army reserves in the 302nd TTB.
Highly motivated, effective communicator and problem solver, Works well with team members and groups from diverse backgrounds.
91B (All Wheel Mechanic) with more than 4 years in the United States Army Reserves, Reliable, diligent and flexible professional with superb communication capabilities.
Expert with M16A1 shooting 39/40
Expert in assembling/ disassembling M16A1, M9, 240B, 12 gage shotgun and 50cal machine gun
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
MOS Q 91B All Wheel Mechanic 2008
fix machines when pins get jammed and balls gets stuck.
fix machines when parts break.
regularly do check ups on machines to make sure they work properly.
Described use and operation of merchandise to customers.
Maintained friendly and professional customer interactions.
Opened and closed the store, including counting cash, opening and closing cash registers and cleaning store before and closing opening
Shared product knowledge with customers while making personal recommendations.
Inspected vehicles throughly
Detail vehicle's (cars, vans, trucks, suvs) inside and out, hand wash and dry.
Vacuum and scrub carpet and ruggs.
Steam wash entire car interior.
Deliver vehicles to customers after being detailed
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