I have knowledge of technical operations and operational characteristics of this aircraft by troubleshooting the problems that occur. I have replaced parts while in training and have learned in my unit how to do it the right way. I helped charge the AC system on the aircraft and how to remove it correctly. I also removed the rotors and the main head unit while I was in training. I have replaced servo cylinders and hydraulic lines that needed to be repaired. I removed and installed the main landing gear and have learned how to replace the main shocks. I have removed and installed the main engines and have replaced the Horizontal stabilator. I learned how to remove the transmission and the parts that are needed to be replaced. I learned how to remove the tail landing gear. I also learned how to do PMS's. They taught me how to be good and to always look out for the smaller things that are hard to spot like small leaks. I have been given the knowledge to work on the apache and plan to pursue my dream of becoming a full time aircraft mechanic in the future.
Accomplished Helicopter Mechanic with eye for detail offering experience in successful aviation repairs and maintenance. Resourceful in reviewing schematics, analyzing issues and researching to solve complex problems. Works in high-noise hangars, outdoors and office settings for various tasks.
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In B Co. I help maintain the AH64 attack helicopter by servicing the aircraft for scheduled flights. I make sure it is safe for the pilots to fly. I lubricate system components like gearboxes, shocks, engine components and make sure the parts on the aircraft are good to use. I help my co workers do the job correctly and on time. I always make sure the aircraft is ready to fly at anytime. I have worked here as a temp for a couple of months now and have learned a lot more than I used to know. I get tasked finished as fast as I possibly can. I've been to china lake and annual training to support missions for the 1-211th. I volunteered for the trip to idaho for some training and maintenance. I deployed to Afghanistan in support of operation freedom sentinel. I have learned a lot more about the helicopter and had my own to take care of while I was there. I have taken care of 13 aircraft with two others while everyone was in quarantine on this deployment. I have the experience necessary to accomplish any task given to me. I will finish the job the right way and will learn more as I progress.
As a general laborer, my main job was to clean basements underneath the cells that create magnesium. I had to blow out all the dirt in between the cells including trash. I drove forklifts and helped cool the cells by bypassing them. I smutted the cells by taking all the burnt magnesium to a dump to where the cells will not clog up with debris. I dealt with 1300 degree cells and always wore my PPE while I worked there. I always take temperatures of the cells and see where they sit at. Its a very Dangerous Job so not many people work there.
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