I am a Warrant Officer in the the Army National who has dedicated his civilian and military career to various fields of the Aviation industry. Through my professional experiences I've developed many skills that help me maximize the performance of myself and those around me.
Shortly after high school I entered Dowling College to pursue a degree in Aviation Management. While there, I served as a Resident Assistant which saw me responsible for enhancing the quality of life in the residence halls.
After my second year there I enlisted in the Army National Guard and trained to become an airframe repairer. This is where I gained my experience conducting aviation maintenance.
After returning from training, I enrolled in York College and attended school until the Army gave me the opportunity to become an Aviation Officer. I am now continuing to pursue my education while fulfilling my requirements for the National Guard.
As a Warrant Officer in the Aviation branch of the Army I am responsible for various aspects of our operation. Not only do I serve as a line pilot for my company, but I am also one of the primary mission planners and organizers . In addition, we as Warrant are tasked with training and supervising our subordinates while giving guidance to our superiors.
As an aircraft structural repairer I was primarily responsible for supervising and performing maintenance on aircraft structures. I repaired/replaced aircraft structural components according to drawings, blueprints, directives, technical manuals and safety procedures. I was also responsible for maintaining the storage of flammable and hazardous material.
I spent two years at Dowling earn 57 credits.
I spent 3 semesters at York earning 27 credits.
I spent over a year and a half in Fort Rucker learning the leadership and technical skills necessary to become an effective officer in the Army. After completing this training I also received my Commercial Rotary Wing Pilot Rating.
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