Hard working Maintenance mechanic who excels in preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and who learns quickly on any assigned task.
While in Basic Training, for the Army National Guard of Kansas, I had to administer the Heimlich Maneuver on a fellow soldier. I required no accolades, although I did receive an extended phone call, which I appreciated.
While in Basic Training, for the Army National Guard of Kansas, I received the Iron Man award. That award is given to the soldier with the finest physical fitness rating.
As a member of Ring Crew, my first duty was the setup and disassembly of the actual ring. Load Out-Load In, was the period of transition between cities. We would do this on average of once every month and a half.
Once the show started, my responsibilities included making sure the Rigging and Cable mechanics were safe and in place for the various acts. I also had cues-many cues-which were part of the show and in which I took on the role of entertainer. Professionalism was always a key component, which I took very seriously.
It was a great experience. I decided after a year, however, to move on.
I Inspected and tested machinery to diagnose malfunctions. Assembled wiring, electrical and electronic components. Adjusted functional parts of devices and control instruments. Routinely checked fluid levels and replaced filters. Lubricated shafts, bearings and gears. Recorded the type and cost of maintenance and repair work. Requisitioned supplies and equipment for cleaning and maintenance. Troubleshooted equipment by running electrical and electronic testing devices. Completed routine preventative maintenance. Tested electrical appliances to prevent hazards and safety issues. Bolted down and unbolted racks. Completed daily rounds to inspect facilities equipment. Operated high voltage equipment such as buffers, automatic scrubbers and high-pressure washers. In times of blackouts, I also was required to lead people to the exits, as we were the only ones with flashlights.
I was an A1A1 Abrams Operator. Although my duty was as a Loader/Driver and Gunner later, I had to also do preventive and reactive maintenance on the tank. Mechanics were never around it seemed. Extensive time in the field also made this an operational requirement.
I constructed Star metal buildings. Steel erection, metal trimming, concrete, metal siding, metal roofing and other general contracting task. I also maintained the shop, and was assigned maintenance tasks separate from my main job.
Environmental variables required me to postpone further attendance.
I plan on attending once again, when those variable are taken care of.
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