Disciplined Aviation Structural Mechanic well-educated in structural repairs and composite materials repair. Capable of discovering defects in the aerodynamic structuring of the aircraft. Efficient at handling hand and power tools. Offering 10 years of experience replacing hydraulic systems, landing gear systems, flight controls and servicing systems on MV-22B Tiltrotor Aircraft. Knowledgeable on Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs and Safety requirements. Currently hold a top-secret clearance while conducting Presidential Support missions in the Marine Corps.
AVIATION WARFARE APPRENTICE TRAINING C-100-2021
AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC CORE COURSE C-603-0175
AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC (HYDRUALICS AND STRUCTURES) COMMON CORE COURSE AND "0" LEVEL STRAND, CLASS AM-A1 INCLUDING 25 HOURS OF BASIC CORROSION CONTROL C-100-2021A, CNATT-BCC 2.0, C-603-0175D, C-603-0176D
AVIATION STRUCTURAL MECHANIC ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL STRAND COURSE C-603-0176
V-22 HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS ORGANIZATION MAINTENANCE C-603-3626
V-22 AIRFRAME STRUCTURES COURSE (OSPREY) M-603-6156
AIRCRAFT CORROSION CONTROL N-701-0013
ADVANCED COMPOSITE MATERIALS REPAIR C-603-3868
NAVAL AVIATION ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY WORK CENTER SUPERVISOR'S COURSE C-555-0045
AIRCRAFT PAINT TOUCH UP AND MARKINGS N-701-0014
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