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yyyyyy x. yyyyyy                                                    psc 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000

                                                                                                                                       011 49 6561 69 4998


seeking to utilize airframe and powerplant expertise, including maintenance, inspection and troubleshooting background, in a dyncorp assignment as ch-47 helicopter mechanic.


career profile

ø  comprehensive background in routine/non-routine maintenance of hh65-a, mc-130h/e and e2-c military aircraft.

ø  plane captain certified on above aircraft.

ø  over 16 years of successful military rotary and fixed-wing aircraft maintenance and repair.

ø  expertise in helicopter rotor head and engine installation, removal, tear-down and build-up.

ø  knowledgeable in rolls royce t-56-a-7/15, lycoming lts 101 and t-56 engines.

ø  7-level certified to perform inspection prior to installation and final aircraft component inspections.

ø  monitor and maintain all aircraft form/computer media maintenance documentation.

ø  proven trainer and supervisor of effective maintenance teams.

ø  have managed $3mm aircraft parts inventory for coast guard helicopters.

ø  adept in use of air force technical data and coast guard regulations for aircraft engine maintenance.

ø  background in disassembly, rebuilding and installation on coast guard hh-65as.

ø  record of progression to positions of wide-ranging responsibility.

ø  strength in keeping large numbers of complex equipment operational.

ø  flight line equipment qualified operator.

ø  secret security clearance.

ø  extensive training and certifications (see below).



professional experience

u.s. air force reserves, 86th mxs, ramstein, germany                                                              2003 - present

technical sergeant

       assigned to perform maintenance/repair of t-56-a-15/7 engines, propellers and gas turbine compressors.

       conduct 2 level maintenance in flight line, back-shop and test-cell.

       supervise engine accessory section.

       facilitate t-56-a-15/7 engine receiving from tmo and conduct inspection and entry into maintenance schedule tracking system.

       ensure effective shop repairs.

       coordinate maintenance with other work centers.

       aid in maintaining over 40 pieces of ground support equipment.

       tasked to transport engines to central usafe shipping point and customs documentation.

       prepared engine accessory section and jeim shop for recent lset inspection.

       have achieved section inspection with no discrepancies.

       team part of propulsion shops outstanding (97.5%) score.


u.s. air force special operations command, eglin afb, florida                                                    1999 - 2002

jet propulsion mechanic

       performed maintenance and repair of mc-130e/h engines, propellers and gas turbine compressors.

       managed maintenance operations including flight line, back-shop, iso-chronology inspection hangar and test-cell.

       spearheaded shop quality assurance inspections before engine build-ups were released to final qa inspection.

       supervised, evaluated and documented performance of reserve personnel.

       trained and instructed newly-assigned active duty personnel in afsc 2a6x1b on duties, responsibilities and safety.

       acted as sole jet propulsion mechanic to train/transition newly-hired team of civilian employees to perform iso-chronology inspections.

       oversaw all facets of inspection results and liaison duties between team members and iso dock manager.


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       successfully trained six newly-hired civilians on inspection requirements/repair sequences during major iso-chronology inspection.

       ensured training sequence was highly successful leading to contract renewal.

       designated as first civilian engine mechanic to be activated/deployed with first wave of u.s. air force special operations mc-130es in support of enduring freedom.

       in first 100 days of conflict, contributed to keeping three mc-130e combat talon ones fully mission capable while moving and setting up forward air bases in three countries.

       member of unit receiving outstanding 98% mission effectiveness rate.


u.s. coast guard, north bend, or                                                                                                1989 - 1996

aviation machinist petty officer

       assigned maintenance and repair duties for all engines, flight control systems, air conditioning and pressurization systems on e2-c and hh-65a.

       designated as engine shop supply petty officer.

       named as long-range search and rescue team member.

       conducted pre-/post and through flight inspections on e-2c and hh-65a.

       was solely responsible for inspecting/certifying aircraft for flight.

       earned qualification to perform engine runs/post-maintenance runs on hh-65a, (lycoming lts-101).

       training and certified all duty section mechanics.





aviation technical training center

aviation machinist (a) school.


u.s.c.g., elizabeth city, nc

graduated february 1991


sheppard air force base

a.f.t.c. (2a6x1b) turboprop journeyman's course

wichita falls, tx




training and certifications

e-2c plane captain certificate, 1991

e-2c pre- and post-flight inspector certified, 1991

e-2c aircrew certification letter, 1991

e-2c power plant, propeller and systems maintenance certificate, 1991

hh-65a engine run authorization letter, 1992

hh-65a flight mechanic aircrew designation letter, 1993

ase certified to install and recovery refrigerants, 1994

coast guard crash/fire response vehicle crewmember certification, 1996

aerospace turboprop technical school, 1999

t-56-15/7 troubleshooting course, 2000

c-130 propeller build-up/tear down and fault isolation course, 2001

7 level afsc (2a671) ipi and red x qualified, 2002

international drivers license and passport, current

u.s. secret security clearance, current

licensed/qualified to drive flight line support equipment; forklift to 15k, crane, hazmat recovery vehicle, and several military cargo trucks up to 5k



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