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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Country of Citizenship: United States

Secret Security Clearance

Position: Assistant Program Manager - System Engineering


Core Competencies


Program Management, Avionics Hardware/Software, Testing and Evaluation (APMSE, APTE&E), Communications/Navigation/Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS-ATM) Certification Achievement, Capability Enhancement Support, Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) Interface, Performance Requirements/System Limitation/Airworthiness/Schedule Risk, Collaborative Interaction, Budgetary Management, Funding/Resources Leveraging, Gujarati and Hindi Fluency


Professional Experience


April 2017 - Present


Commanding Officer

AIR- Air Combat Electronics Office

Patuxent River, MD

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: $108,875 Annually

Series: 0855 Pay Plan: DP Grade: 04

Supervisor: Donald Dirkin Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx Contact Applicant First

Assistant Program Manager for Test and Evaluation (APMT&E)

Effectively steer testing and evaluation of avionics hardware/software upgrades, focusing on achievement of Communications, Navigation, Surveillance and Air Traffic Management (CNS-ATM) Certification as mandated by the FAA. Collaboratively interact with counterparts at specific platform program offices APMSE and APMT&E regarding performance requirements, system limitations, airworthiness and schedule risks.


Work closely with Squadron Project Engineer and Project Manager to evaluate and mitigate any areas of risk to overall test program; also provide Command with crucial input and manage budgetary parameters/spending planning to ensure adequate funding as well as needed staff of test personnel. On regular basis communicate to IPT on T&E status and any issues with potentiality for risk to program costs, schedules and performance.




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Current project involvements include supporting the C-130T Avionics Obsolescence Upgrade, upgrading legacy C-130T cockpit to digital displays including Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS B-Out) that enhances aircraft positional tracking by using automated signal broadcasting. Responsibilities include verifying that Developmental Testing (DT) achieves all requirements mandated by FAA for obtaining CNS-ATM Certification. Additionally upgrade AV-8B to include Required Navigation Performance Area Navigation (RNP-RNAV) capability that allows aircraft to navigate on desired path within highly congested airspace.


February 2016 March 2017


Commanding Officer

Integrated Warfare Test and Evaluation Division

Patuxent River, MD

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: $108,875 Annually

Series: 0855 Pay Plan: DP Grade: 04

Supervisor: Donald Dirkin Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx Contact Applicant First

Electronics Engineer

Served as Flight Test Engineer for testing/evaluation of Electronic Warfare (EW) System installed on multiple assault/strike aircraft. Held key role in coordinating interaction with PMA-275 program office and the Atlantic Test Range (ATR) at Patuxent River to perform test flights on MV-22 aircraft using APR-39C(V)2 Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) as a bus controller for Integrated Aircraft Survivability Equipment (IASE).


Steered technical information exchange with personnel from Edward AFB to perform DT of upgraded APR-39D(V)2 RWR using the Benefield Anechoic Facility (BAF); provided PMA-272 recommendation concerning testing at BAF versus ATR, including cost comparisons as well as availability of chamber to fit program schedule. Skillfully conducted DT on APR-39C(V)2 RWR and assessed performance under multiple threat conditions; authored responsive report for PMA-272.


Verified proper installation of APR-39C(V)2 on MV-22 aircraft, conducted ground tests and reviewed results of flight tests; developed recommendations for PMA-272 for remediating several deficiencies. Additional responsibilities included assisting Lead Project Engineer in preparing a flight test plan for the CH-147 for the Royal Canadian Air Force, reviewing Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP) for APR-39D(V)2 RWW and providing report to PMA, reviewing/editing MV-22 flight test plan to evaluate APR-39C(V)2 performance against IR and RF threat conditions.


February 2012 February 2016


Fleet Readiness Center Southeast

Naval Air Station Jacksonville

Jacksonville, FL

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: N/A

Series: 0855 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 12

Supervisor: West Wilson Phone: 904.317.1738 May Contact

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Electronics Engineer

In this assignment served as Project Manager for AN/ALE-47 Counter Measure Dispensing System (CMDS), with comprehensive responsibilities for developing Mission Data (MDF) software for the CMDS utilized on assault/strike aircraft for Navy/Marine/Air Force/Foreign Military Sales (FMS) customers. Designed project plan and collaborated with specific aircraft Program Management Authority (PMA), the CMDS program office (PMA-272) and the software testing facility to conduct projects and complete in timely manner.


Facilitated multiple meetings with project team members/PMA-272, provided status of project activities, identified risks and mitigation actions, updated schedule(s) and received concurrence on multiple domestic/FMS projects prior to advancing to next project phase. Supported Team Lead on utilizing budgeted monies while identifying any needed additional funding for project. Developed and updated unclassified/classified/Secret documents involved in MDF software development including Software Requirement Specification (SRS), SRS Classified Supplement (SCS), Software Test Report (STR), Version Description Document (VDD), User Guide (UGD) Weapon Assembly Manual (WAM) and Quick Reference Guide (QRG). Utilized Software Test Environment (STE) simulation manager during testing of MDFs to verify achievement of SRS requirements including proper response of CMDS to threats from variety of Electronic Warfare (EW) systems.


Expertly updated MDF-related Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) and Aircraft Software Changes (ASCs) technical directives for assault/strike aircraft, reviewed organizational-level technical publications and forwarded relevant MDF update information to manager of technical publication(s). Developed MDFs for Navy/Marine/Air Force strike/assault aircraft including F/A-18E/F/G, EA-6B, P-3C, MV-22B, MH-60R, MH-60S, MH-53E, OV-10 and KC-130T; also developed Aircraft Self-Protection and Optimization (ASPO) test MDF for MH-60R and supported flight test coordinated by Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane. Worked closely with NAWC Crane and PMA-272 expandable team in providing most effective Flare and Chaff dispense program for P-81 aircraft.


Generated SRS/QRG/Knee Board Cards for P-81 and interfaced with foreign disclosure office prior to releasing documentation to FMS customers; also worked with P-8A FST and Training coordinator, generated training materials for P-81 FMS customers, performed hands-on training for P-81 pilots/technicians regarding installing MDF software and the use of ALE-47 functions, utilizing mission computer in native language.


Additional assignments have involved supporting FMS by facilitating customer meetings to identify customer requirements as well as to expedite processes in support of P-81 Direct Commercial Sales (DCS). Was in charge of coordinating a Technical Information Exchange Meeting (TIM) with Indian Navy, Ministry of Defense and P-81 contractor Boeing Aerospace to provide in-depth explanation of the responsibilities of the U.S. Navy/contractors. Led discussion of SRS/MDF parameters with Indian Navy personnel and provided schedule for MDF delivery and in-country training as well as all relevant documentation. Utilized in-depth subject matter expertise to provide information regarding potential hardware/software upgrade for any future FMS sales.


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Skillfully conducted Independent Validation and Verification (IV&V) for MDFs developed by other Project Managers and as IV&V Engineer held comprehensive responsibilities for verifying that MDF-related documentation produced by Project Managers was accurate and met all SRS requirements.


April 1996 February 2012


Fleet Readiness Center Southeast

Naval Air Station Jacksonville

Jacksonville, FL

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: N/A

Series: 0855 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 12

Supervisor: West Wilson Phone: 904.317.1738 May Contact

Electronics Engineer

As Lead Electronics Engineer for Air Refueling Store Fleet Support Team (ARSFST), held multiple responsibilities for identifying variety of Fleet issues, investigating failures within avionics system, improving system reliability/maintainability, identifying resources needed to establish depot-level testing/repairing capabilities, developing test procedures, updating technical manuals and identifying/procuring support equipment. Was also tasked to identify component needed to replace obsolete equipment to support the production facility and maintain interaction with Fleet, Program Management Authority (PMA-201) and ISSC Jacksonville ARS support shops.


Authored Local Engineering Instructions (LESs), Temporary Engineering Instructions (TEIs) and Technical Publication Deficiency Reports (TPDRs), and developed Critical Safety/Critical Application Item (CSI/CAI) determinations of ARS components in support of ISSC Jacksonville depot-level production/repair facilities. Updated ARS-specific technical manuals to support organizational/intermediate/depot-level maintenance capabilities.


Investigated air refueling missions that had been aborted in response to power supply failure and conducted Engineering Investigation (EI), identifying power supply design flaw as well as controller incompatibility. Authored and provided to PMA-201 investigation report that included technical solution and modification recommendations for existing design. Collaborated with PMA/Fleet/Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) of power supply and directed design change actions, at $100/unit cost; also provided interim solution for using existing power supply during modification activities that minimized impact on air refueling mission. Redesign of power supply resulted in improved ARS reliability as well as annual cost savings of $350K.


In response to hose jettison incidents following installation of control panel into A-6 aircraft by specific vendor, focused on identifying any issue(s) contributed by control panel prior to S-3 aircraft decommissioned and F/A-18E/F aircraft integrate ARS for tanking mission. Diligently researched history, identified control panel design flaw and presented results of investigation to OEM; in response to lack of vendor support, designed technical solution and conducted a feasibility study regarding modifying control panel as ISSC Jacksonville.

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Worked with Fleet, Naval Inventory Center Philadelphia (NAVICP) and ISSC Jacksonville Avionics Shop to modify control panels utilizing depot facility; successfully redesigned control panel resulting in increased availability of ARS for tanking mission with accompanying annual savings to U.S. Navy of $500K.


Also provided solutions to multiple technical issues during integration of ARS on F/A-18E/F aircraft; reviewed specifications and evaluated trade study from contractor using array of techniques to identify ARS hose in stowage position and display Hose Advisory on F/A-18E/F mission computer to avoid potential damage to landing gear. Expertly trained squadrons on installing/calibrating/testing Drogue Stowage Sensor (DSS) to assure proper display on mission computer system and evaluated required support equipment modification/test procedure for DSS testing at organizational and depot-level maintenance.


Steered project to meet requirements by F/A-18E/F tanker pilots for Night Vision Goggles (NVG) and developed solution for modifying existing ARS control panel to be compatible with Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) control panel. Conducted market research, developed Statement of Work (SOW) and requested quote(s) from NVIS faceplate manufacturers listed in Qualified Product List (QPL); evaluated quote information, vendor past performance and recommendations from ARS program office to identify most-qualified vendor, and worked closely with selected vendor to produce NVIS-compatible faceplate design that could be installed on control panels from different vendors. This redesigning of faceplate simplified configuration control which avoided additional costs involved with maintaining multiple designs and National Stock Numbers (NSNs).


Reviewed failure of ARS hose Guillotine System and authored report to PMA that included corrective action that remediated problem without incorporating major assembly modifications; worked with Fleet to approve use of Rapid Action Maintenance Engineering Change (RAMEC), which avoided additional cost to U.S. Navy of $1.6M. Modification was deemed successful by Precision Strike Weapons Program Manager, providing more reliable ARS at substantially reduced cost compared to cost of new guillotine assembly.

Expertly supported Lead Aerospace Engineer in investigation of redesigned Ram Air Turbine (RAT) failure and developed corrective/preventive process for protecting against future failures; also developed ARS-related technical directives including Accessory Change (AYC), Avionic Change (AVC), Support Equipment Change (SEC) and an Accessory Bulletin (AYB). Carefully reviewed/updated multiple ARS-specific F/A-18E/F technical publications and continually supported FMS of ARS to Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).


Provided technical assistance to ISSC Jacksonville toward refurbishing multiple ARS to like-new condition for FMS customers; also assisted NAVAIR Lakehurst in preparing SOW to gain additional test sets for FMS customers, edited acceptance test procedures for newly-procured FMS test sets and provided technical support to RAAF in testing ARS prior to installing on aircraft for tanking mission.

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Skillfully assessed reliability/maintainability/supportability data and provided program office with justification for upgrading existing ARS avionics and store components; conducted market research of new technology, reviewed specifications for ARS contractors regarding upgrades, was technical team member of Source Selection Advisory Board tasked to evaluate contractor upgrading proposals, and requested Rough Order Magnitude (ROM) estimates from multiple vendors.


Was strong contributing participant to Preliminary Design Review (PDR) and Critical Design Review (CDR) processes for upgrades, with responsibilities that included evaluating proposed design(s), identifying any weaknesses and developing recommendations for meeting requirements. Diligently reviewed contractors manufacturing/testing plans for Circuit Card Assembly (CCA) including Lead Free Control Plan (LFCP) and risk mitigation technique designed to eliminate any failure caused by tin whiskers; directed contractors to maintain list of lead-free components for future reference.


Collaboratively reviewed maintenance plan with organizational and depot-level personnel to reconfigure internal store components/wiring harnesses during upgrade and thus reduce scheduled maintenance time and Mean Time To Repair (MTTR). For PMA developed cost comparison of existing ARS store with obsolete component versus upgrade; also provided Return on Investment (ROI) information to PMA to assist with decision-making process.


Facilitated technical information exchange with System Safety Working Group (SSWG) at NAVAIR Patuxent River prior to redesigning ARS Fuel Quantity Indication System (FQIS) to allow compatibility with F/A-18E/F fuel management system. Participated in annual Aerial Refueling Action Team (ARSAT) meeting to discuss various Fleet issues and update program on previously reported issues as well as future requirements; during meetings exchanged technical information with domestic vendors as well as representatives from foreign nations.


October 1994 March 1996


Fleet Readiness Center Southeast

Naval Air Station Jacksonville

Jacksonville, FL

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: N/A

Series: 0855 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 07

Supervisor: West Wilson Phone: 904.317.1738 May Contact

Electronics Engineer

In this assignment working with Electronic Warfare (EW) System AN/USM-406 support equipment, assisted Engineering Team in designing/manufacturing Circuit Card Assemblies (CCAs) and cable that provided ability to download software to AN/USM-406A support equipment. Designed schematics and Printed Circuit Board (PCB) artwork for manufacturing newly-designed CCA and assisted contractor with building CCAs to fit standard slot of PCs; also worked closely with cable shop to manufacture cable assembly that connected AN/USM-406A support equipment to PC.

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Education / Training


Pennsylvania State University, Malvern, PA

Masters Degree, Engineering Science Major, 1996

GPA: 3.22

Semester/Credit Hours: 30


Sardar Patel University, Vidyanagar, India

Bachelors Degree, Electrical Engineering Major, Electronic Engineering Minor, 1986

GPA: 3.0

Semester/Credit Hours: 240


Advanced Communications Short Course, 2016

Integrated Evaluation Framework/Mission-Based Test Design (CTE-IEF-100), 2016

Electronic Warfare 102, 2015

Foreign Disclosure, 2014

Infrared Countermeasures, 2014

International Programs Security Requirements, 2013

Security Cooperation Overview, 2012

CMDS Systems Engineering Training, 2012

Intermediate System Acquisition ACQ 201, 2000

Naval Aviation Configuration Management Expertise, 1999

Sys Planning, Research/Development and Eng. Sys 201, 1997


Awards / Recognition


On the Spot Cash Award, 2003 (x3), 2004, 2005, 2007, 2015

Performance Award, 2002, 2014

Special Act or Service Award, 1999 (x2), 2001 (x2), 2006, 2007, 2008 (x2), 2009, 2010, 2011

Individual Cash Award, 2001 (x2), 2003 (x2), 2005, 2006

Individual Cash Award RB, 2009

Individual Cash Award, NRB, 2007 (x2), 2008 (x2)

Group Cash Award, 2002, 2003, 2004


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