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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy                                                  


Address: PSC 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000   



Citizenship: COUNTRY

Social Security Number: XXX-XX-XXXX

Veterans Preference: Include # of Points or, N/A if your military background doesn t apply to this

Security Clearance: Top Secret/SCI Government Security Clearance



Core Qualifications



Organization and Analysis

Oral and Written Communication

Project Management

Quality Assurance

Personnel Training/Motivation

Enhance productivity and reduce inefficiencies



Professional Experience


48th Maintenance Group - Address

Supervisor:  May Contact - SMSgt. John M. Gulyas III, Phone Number: Unknown (moved)

Hours:  50-60 Per Week

Maintenance Quality Assurance Activity Inspector; Salary: $46,145/yr; 4/2006-Present


Contributed dynamic leadership and analytical skills in managing and conducting maintenance activity and self-inspections for the 48th Maintenance Group (MXG), including 5 maintenance squadrons and 2,400+ personnel.  Effectively planned and coordinated with MXG leadership on developing and implementing strategies to enhance the maintenance quality of the wing s 27 F-15C/D and 56 F-15E assigned aircraft and 5 HH-60 helicopters, valued at $3 billion.


Spearheaded diverse administrative activities, including training and performance evaluation, with strong focus on boosting productivity and efficiency.  Exhibited solid leadership qualities in educating and mentoring wing personnel for Head Quarters U. S. Air Force and U.S. Air Force in Europe (USAFE) on unit compliances, readiness exercises and inspections, serving as Wing Exercise Evaluation Team (EET) member.


Applied organization and multitasking abilities in directly managing MXG Activity and SI programs. Conducted comprehensive review and analysis in verifying/validating 250+ unit checklist guides and perform detailed inspections.  Integral member in the assignment of 4 squadrons to the 48 MXG, winning the 2007 Maintenance Effectiveness Award.


Successfully oversaw weekly QA safety violation and incidents and revise over 350 slide reports.  Highlighted trends to group/wing leadership and effectively reduce violations by 10%.  Increased overall efficiency by 30% by revamping USAFE/Inspector General aircraft documentation report submission process.


Evaluated and inspected quality of maintenance training, procedures, forms, publications, and operating instructions for accuracy; promptly identified and resolved issues.  Remedied Wing Inspection Program MXG discrepancies by 30% in 1 month and efficiently increased wing's war fighting capabilities and readiness by 20%, demonstrating exceptional multitasking and problem-solving abilities in resolving issues.




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Social Security Number: XXX-XX-XXXX                                                                                  page 2 of 3



48th Munitions Squadron - Address

Supervisor:  May Contact - Lt. Anthony Lesmas, Phone Number: Unknown (PCSed)

Hours:  50-60 Per Week

Armament System Maintenance Chief; Salary: $42,777/yr; 4/2005-4/2006


Efficiently directed and supervised 65 personnel in support of 83 F-15C/D/E aircraft, valued at $3.7 billion. 

Planned and coordinated workflow and assigned projects to optimize utilization of human capital and operational resources.  Managed intermediate-level maintenance on 2,418 pieces of suspension and launch equipment valued over $166 million. 


Exhibited solid leadership qualities in comprehensively evaluating personnel training performance and Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS) database controls and procedures.  Maintained full accountability for equipment and supply programs valued at $72 million.  Carefully analyzed quality assurances reports for trends and implemented corrective actions.  Liaised with wing weapons manager, HQ USAFE functional manager, depot units, and manufacturer program managers for parts availability, waivers, and trend analysis.  Designed and developed work sequence and scheduling procedures to effectively minimize impact to aircraft mission capability rate:


Steered 950+ scheduled and unscheduled maintenance actions, successfully achieving 100% scheduling effectiveness rate for 12 months.  Directly oversaw 2,418 Special Purpose Recoverable Authorized Maintenance (SPRAM) and Equipment Account items; both accounts received zero error and rated Excellent during HQ USAFE annual inspection.


Spearheaded the acquisition of weapons link-less ammunition loading systems windows panel modifications; resulting in reducing 48 Fighter Wing shortfalls/downtime by 30%.  Streamlined the restructure of 68 IMDS job standards, re-aligned 2.7 K equipment items and achieved zero maintenance delays.  Flawlessly managed flight facility valued at $3 million.  Promptly identified and resolved all real property limited factors and issues.  Merged monthly facility inspection checklists and consolidated 47 United Kingdom/United States requirements, leading to inspection times reduction by 50%.



51st Munitions Squadron - Address

Supervisor:  May Contact - Richard A. Harrell xxx-xxx-xxxx

Hours:  XX Per Week

Combat Armament Support Team (CAST) Chief; Salary: $38,630/yr; 6/2004-4/2005


Resourcefully led and supervised 19 assigned armament systems technicians.  Oversaw scheduled and unscheduled intermediate level maintenance, repair, and time compliance technical orders (TCTO) on alternate mission equipment (AME), normally installed equipment (NIE), and war reserve materiel (WRM) equipment valued at $8.7M in support of 27 A/OA-10A aircraft. 


Applied resources to ensure uniform workflow of GAU-8A gun and ammunition handling assemblies (ALA), missile launchers, and munitions suspension equipment.  Ensured all assigned personnel were properly trained and qualified to perform assigned tasks; directly mentored and motivated personnel.  Promptly advised senior leadership on maintenance related problems in order to ensure effective resolutions.  Ensured maintenance and training documentation was accurate and completed in Core Automated Maintenance System (CAMS) database.  Actively served as Squadron and flight Government Purchase Card (GPC) Holder:


Implemented 1,450 Alternate Maintenance Equipment (AME) maintenance actions, garnering an incredible 98.8% in-commission rate.  Achieved 98.9% QA pass rate for 10 consecutive months as a direct result of overseeing quality maintenance actions of 150 tasks.  Doubled supervisory spot inspection and drove flight s zero Fiscal Year 2004 ground mishaps.  Efficiently managed GPC account, leading to an "Excellent" rating during annual audit; successfully netted zero discrepancies for 12 months.  Maintained flight s data integrity team program and achieved error-free CAMS rate for 10 months.


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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy                                                  


Social Security Number: XXX-XX-XXXX                                                                                  page 3 of 3



Prior Experience


Assistant Weapons Chief - 352nd Maintenance Squadron; 2003-2004

Aircraft Armament Craftsman - 352nd Maintenance Squadron; 1996-2003

Aircraft Armament Craftsman - 21st Special Operation Squadron; 1994-1996

Aircraft Specialist - 352nd Special Operation Maintenance; 1992-1994

Aircraft Specialist - 667th Special Operation Maintenance; 1991-1992

Aircraft Armament System - 33rd Air Rescue Squadron; 1989-1991

Aircraft Systems Apprentice - 2nd Bomber Wing; 1987-1989





Community College of the Air Force, 37 Hours

Senior Leadership, Management and Supervisory Course - USAF Senior Non-Commissioned Officer SNCO Academy (Distance Learning), 12/2007; 280 hours

Advanced Leadership, Management and Supervisory Course - USAF Non-Commissioned Officer NCO Academy, 2/2002; 280 hours

Airman Leadership - USAF Non-Commissioned Officer Preparatory Course, 10/1989; 51 hours





Aircraft Armament System Specialist (B-52G/H) Aircraft, 1986-1987; 592 Hours.

Advanced Aircraft Armament System Specialist Craftsman (7LVL) School, 80 Hours

USAF Explosive Management, Safety Course, 40 Hours

Equipment Account Management Custodian, Block III Supply Training, 8 Hours

Special Purpose Recoverable Authorized Maintenance (SPRAM), Block V Supply Training, 8 Hours

Facility Real Property Manager Training Course, 8 Hours

Additional Duty First Sergeant Symposium, 40 Hours



Achievement Awards


President of the United States Meritorious Service Medal (2)

Secretary of the Air Force Commendation Medal (2)

Secretary of the Air Force Achievement Medal (1)

Secretary of the Air Force Good Conduct Medal (6)

U. S. Air Force, 33 rd Air Rescue Squadron, Airman of the Year 1989












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