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Accomplished Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Mechanic with valuable, hands-on experience maintaining and repairing Boeing 737, 757, 787 and C-17 aircraft.
Recognized for on-time delivery, completing complex jobs ahead of schedule.
Achieved Level C, the highest Flight Readiness Technician Designation, while employed by Boeing.
Recorded zero defects on all maintenance and repair jobs during tenure at Boeing.
Overhauled Air Force 7-Level; C-17 Globemaster; and Pratt & Whitney F117-PW-100 engines.
Experience with FIM, SRM, and, AMM and knowledge of FAR.
Trained, mentored and coached colleagues on best practices of operations.
Part 145 Repair Station Certified, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
787 Certified, Boeing.
Veteran, U.S. Air Force and U.S. Air Force Reserves.
Flight Readiness Technician, 787, Boeing North Charleston, SC 2013-Present
Test, troubleshoot and conduct non-conformance maintenance and repair on Boeing 787 aircraft.
Perform pre-flight and post-flight checks and maintenance and modification actions as needed.
Analyze hydraulic, electrical and avionics systems to perform functional tests or install new components.
Conduct system repairs, using FIM s to identify specific faults causing failure and using schematics to determine connectivity and isolate errors.
Isolate mechanical or electrical/electronic faults and repair faulty components.
Achieved Level C, the highest Flight Readiness Technician Designation.
Recorded zero defects on all maintenance and repair jobs.
Consistently met aircraft delivery times and milestones.
APG Mechanic, Lockheed Martin Beale Air Force Base, CA 2012
Interpreted engineering drawings for specific job functions per production inspection reports.
Led disassembly and build-up of U-2 cockpit and components for cockpit altitude reduction.
Removed and replaced flight controls, pulleys, oxygen lines and LRUs per blueprint specifications.
Installed cockpit safety and cabin pressure regulators, ducts, and tubing.
Collaborated with colleagues to develop maintenance production reports and records.
Transient Alert Technician, Midwest Air Traffic Control Afghanistan 2009-2011
Conducted pre-flight and post-flight inspections, including assessing service oil hydraulic fluids for the DHC-7, C-12 and B-1900.
Assisted with overhauling engines; repacking nose landing gear struts; and removing and replacing brake and wheel assemblies.
Identified and resolved problems with wing flaps, ailerons, rudders and landing gear.
Aerospace Maintenance Mechanic-7 Level, U.S. Air Force Charleston AFB, SC 1998-2009
Saved $200,000 by reducing variance, time and cost and also eliminating waste.
Led a team of 10 personnel that inspected and operated powered and non-powered aerospace ground equipment along with adjusting, aligning, rigging and calibrating aircraft systems.
Maintained aircraft structures, systems, components and support equipment.
Overhauled engines and performed critical repairs in order to return aircraft to service.
Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) License No. 3619708
Part 145 Repair Station Certified, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
787 Certified, Boeing
Completed Humvee Mechanic Training
Completed Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman (Heavy Aircraft) course, U.S. Air Force
Studied Business Management, Johnson & Wales University and Trident Technical College
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