Dedicated Diesel Mechanic with over 10 years' of military experience in heavy and/or light
equipment repair and maintenance. Efficient Mechanic who consistently guarantees a high
turnaround time for all repairs. Focused on quality and customer satisfaction. Mechanic with
extensive hands-on experience in engine repairs and replacement. Hard working
and proficient in problem solving complex mechanical repair issues while consistently
delivering quality service and safety.
Welding safety precautions
Advanced engineering knowledge
Initiative to work independently
Metal working ability
Mathematical reasoning aptitude
Reading drawings, models and blueprints
Flux core (FCAW) welding
Advanced certifications in TIG, MIG and Arc welding.
05/2010 - 11/2014
U.S. Army － Ft. Bliss, TXSenior Track Vehicle Mechanic
Served as Senior Track Mechanic and was responsible for the scheduled and
unscheduled maintenance of over 150 pieces of equipment.
Lead and trained a team to successfully service and maintain wheeled vehicles, track
vehicles, generators, and material handling equipment up to standards.
Maintained accountability of over $1,500,000 worth of equipment.
Maintained additional duties such as Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment
Monitor and the Company Army Oil Analysis Program Coordinator.
06/2008 - 04/2010
U.S. Army － Bamberg, AETrack Vehicle Mechanic
Serviced and repaired 15 vehicles for turn-in.
Serviced salvaged parts and saved the company over $100,000 on serviceable parts
Maintained all vehicles used by the company during the company's pre-deployment
Assumed the position of the company's Maintenance System clerk and rectify issues
that were found during inspection.
Learned the importance of safety and how to use safety at all time to help mitigate
Repaired diesel power plants/packs, compression ignition engine fuel systems and
compression ignition air induction systems.
Fixed vehicle air cooling systems and vehicle liquid cooling systems, track hull
electrical system and automatic transmission assemblies.
Serviced track vehicle cross drive transmission assemblies, transfer assemblies,
hydraulic brake systems and fire extinguisher/suppression systems.
01/2004 - 12/2004
U.S. Army － Ft. Irwin, CATrack Vehicle Mechanic
Responsible for providing quality maintenance and repair of gas turbine and diesel
Troubleshooting compression ignition engine fuel systems and ignition air induction
Service and repair on transmission and transfer assemblies.
Participated in over seven regeneration missions completing over 250 work orders.
Education and Training
Southwest UniversityEl Paso, TXAssociate of Applied Science: Diesel TechnologyDiesel Technology Completed the MGM Brakes BrakeTECH Service Self-Study Training Program.
Completed the ASE Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Review and Quiz. 0 Received the Top-Tech Award.