Seasoned management professional who excels in establishing excellent working relationships with customers, employees, vendors and contractors. Education in multiple facets of aviation processes and practices.
Trained in the maintenance management of multiple airframes
Cuts costs without cutting corners
Able to manage multiple fronts
Able to bring resources together
Managed the ongoing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for 6-8 AH-64 Apache Helicopters.
Developed the maintenance knowledge and mechanical skills of 12 or more Soldiers and Noncommissioned Officers.
Was responsible for the accountability of over 160 million dollars in equipment and facilities.
Responsible for the health, welfare and training of over 309 Initial Entry Soldiers.
Taught and implemented Composite Risk Management teaching Soldiers to recognize the possibility of unsafe risks in their daily lives and how to mitigate them. This resulted in zero accidents in my two year tenure.
Created and implemented a program that resulted in the timely and accurate movement of over 1300 Soldiers utilizing multiple forms of transportation to return to their homes of record across 42 States and three different countries in less than ten hours during two separate Holiday Exodus occasions.
Responsible for the health and welfare of up to 100 Soldiers.
Organized, prepared and executed the world wide movement of 60 Soldiers and $45 million worth of equipment and supplies overcoming many logistical constraints.
Oversaw the daily scope and duties of all maintainers in the company ensuring that applicable practices and regulatory requirements were being followed.
In addition to normal duties served as a door gunner and maintainer to lead by example and pass along 20 years of successful aircraft maintenance and management experience.
Tracked managed and reported the daily and monthly operations, manning, readiness and maintenance of 137 Army aircraft and equipment valued at over $1.8 billion dollars.
Was the managing liaison between multiple military units, overseas command groups and countless civilian agencies related to combat readiness.
Was sought as a source of maintenance expertise on multiple aircraft and ground support equipment issues.
Implemented policy changes to ensure maximum efficiency in the use of personnel and equipment this resulted in a 60% scores increase during the Army's annual Aviation Resource Management Survey.
As highly qualified aviation maintenance manager that improved multiple Standard Operating Procedures for multiple units the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade enjoyed a 14% increase in overall aircraft readiness in a very short time.
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