Technician with talent for identifying faults and quickly restoring them. Strong knowledge of radar theory and troubleshooting. Communicative and team-oriented with proficiency in time management.
In my six years of service to the United States Navy, I was responsible for a vast array of equipment and tasking. My primary duty was to keep the AEGIS SPY 1(D)V Radar mission ready at all times. To accomplish this, I was employed with weekly preventative and corrective maintenance on equipment such as:
(1) Radio Frequency Monitor
(3) -45 kV High Voltage Power Supplies
(4) -17kV High Voltage Power Supplies
(2) Final Power Amplifiers
(1) Signal Processor
(1) Auxiliary Cooling Skid.
Although maintaining radar was my primary duty, it was far from my only responsibility. My collateral duties outside of being a technician included:
Petty Officer of the Watch
Messenger of the Watch
Shortly after graduating from high school, I began working in 2 retail outlets (Columbia Sportswear and Converse Athletics) to help my parents pay the bills. It was here where I learned customer service and the true value of a day's work. While Employed at these retail outlets, I did the following:
While I was still attending high school I was eager to begin collecting work experience. I started in the food service industry and the skills I learned there will continue to aid me for the rest of my life. While waiting tables I learned how to multitask, how to properly deal with stress, and how to accommodate the customer to keep them satisfied. Though it was not easy, I am grateful for what I learned. A few of the skills that I learned as a waiter include:
Basic Training for all enlisted recruits. Recruit Training is an 8 week course transitioning civilians into qualified sailors. Skills taught are:
Apprentice Technical Training or ATT, is a 10 week preliminary course for all electronic and technical rates in the United States Navy. This course introduces sailors to the vast field of electronics and familiarizes them with components and equipment. Skills learned in this course are:
Fire Controlmen "A" School is a 20 week course meant to make the sailor familiar with detailed radar components and equipment. Skills taught in this course include basic troubleshooting, identifying and assessing faults, and understanding radar theory. In this course, sailors take the skills learned in ATT and apply them to real world scenarios where they must prove their ability to identify a casualty and assess the problem to their best ability, and remedy the issue. This course is what molds the sailor into a technician.
Fire Controlman "C" School is the final preliminary course a sailor must complete before entering the fleet as a certified technician. "C" School is a 7 month, job specific course that prepares the technician for the casualties and issues he will face in the fleet. Skills learned in this course are:
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