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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy                                                  


Address: 455 EOG/SPAWAR C XXXXXX, XXXXXX xxxxxx        

Phone: (xxx-xxx-xxxx


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



Core Qualifications


Active Security Clearance

Certified ATC Trainer

Strategic Planning

Training & Performance Optimization

Crisis Management

Organizational Leadership


Extensive Overseas Experience

Willing and Able To Travel



Professional Experience


Bagram AB - Afghanistan

Supervisor:  May Contact - Mr. Jonathan Stewart, Available on Request

Hours:  40 per Week

Air Traffic Control Specialist; Salary: $XXXXX/yr; 2/2008-Present


As a Full Performance Level (FPL) certified professional in Radar Approach Control facility, contribute industry expertise in providing air traffic control services in support of the Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF).  Proficiently handle radar and non-radar separation, clearances, instructions, and advisories from a complex war-time facility responsible for 150,000+ annual aircraft operations.  Relied upon to liaise directly with Bagram Tower, Kabul Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC), Kabul Tower, and Kabul Approach Control.  


Apply solid interpersonal relation and multitasking abilities toward receiving, relaying, coordinating and posting aircraft movements through direct verbal communications, flight progress strips, and automated data displays.  Ensure strict enforcement of laws and regulations, including the maintenance of separation according to IAW FAA regulation 7110.65 and an expeditious flow despite language barriers with foreign facilities and pilots.  Exhibit strong leadership qualities in training and monitoring both apprentice and experienced air traffic controllers in live and simulated traffic exxxxxxironments.  Became Watch Supervisor/Controller-in-Charge certified, with full accountability for safe and expeditious operations coordination on a daily basis, as well as meeting scheduling and training requirements.



Las Vegas TRACON - McCarran International Airport

Supervisor:  May Contact - Mr. Morris Ross, (xxx-xxx-xxxx

Hours:  40 per Week

Remote Pilot Operator; Salary: $XXXXX/yr; 7/2007-1/2008


Demonstrated exceptional technical talents in operating computer and communications equipment to provide a simulated air traffic training exxxxxxironment and ensuring scripted items occur on time, while remaining calm in a high-pressure exxxxxxironment and interacting professionally with both instructors and students.  Served as a pseudo pilot in a simulated facility exxxxxxironment during Air Traffic Controller training.  Responded to trainee instructions as a pilot during the operation of a training problem and initiated inter- and intra-facility coordination.





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




U.S. Air Force - 57 OSS/OSAR , Nellis AFB, XXXXXX xxxxxx-7001

Supervisor:  May Contact - CMSgt Ward Hanning, ( xxx-xxx-xxxx

Hours:  40 per Week

Air Traffic Control Craftsman/E-5; 12/2004-7/2007 


Effectively provided radar air traffic control (ATC) service in the USAF s busiest ATC facility, handling over 449,000 annual civil and military aircraft operations including the 57th Wing, 53d Test and Evaluation Group, 549th Combat Training Squadron, USAF Wexxxxxxns School, USAF Air Demonstration Squadron and Exercise RED FLAG participants.  Operated in 12,500+ square miles of Xxxxxx Test and Training Range (NTTR) and Nellis terminal/enroute airspace, with strong focus on optimizing productivity and efficiency.  Contributed extensive air traffic control knowledge and experience in providing approach and departure services to Nellis AFB and North Las Vegas Airport.  Actively supported aircraft transiting Las Vegas Class "B" airspace and promptly provided emergency services to aircraft in distress. 


Proficiently provided control instructions to aircraft conducting xxxxxxrial refueling missions and coordinated and interfaced with 5 internal sectors, 3 Federal Aviation Administration Air Route Traffic Control Centers, an approach control and 3 control towers.  Relied upon to operate ATC equipment worth over $12 million, including the Micro Enroute Automated Radar Tracking System, Local Weather Network System, Enhanced Target Generator, Flight Data System II and Enhanced Terminal Voice Switch.  Efficiently planned and coordinated traffic flow between enroute and terminal sectors.  Spearheaded diverse administrative activities including controller performance evaluation and training using the ETG simulator.



U.S. Air Force - Kirkuk Regional Air Base, Iraq

Supervisor:  May Contact - MSgt Ivan Walker, Available on Request
Hours:  40 per Week

Air Traffic Control Craftsman/E-5; 1/2006-5/2006


Proactively performed military and civilian Center Enroute Radar Approach Control (CERAP) service while deployed to Kirkuk, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  Controlled enroute and terminal air traffic through effective utilization of visual, radar, and non-radar resources.  Exhibited organizational and multitasking talents in providing sequencing and separation to numerous military and civilian aircraft in strict adherence to International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regulations.  Controlled over 39,000 square miles of airspace and 7 satellite airports in Northern Iraq, with a monthly traffic count of 8,000 operations. 


While in hostile conditions and high-stress exxxxxxironments, calmly and efficiently coordinated for combat sorties and aircraft movement consisting of humanitarian relief, special operations, air evacuations, pipeline patrol and mission support flights with 2 ARTCC's and 7 satellite airports.  Utilized communications and radio equipment valued at $4.5 million.  Ensured newly assigned controllers were properly educated by providing upgrade, proficiency, and facility training to ease transition between rotations.  Directly supported the development and rewriting of letter of agreements, letter of procedures, and facility operating instructions.


U.S. Air Force - Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany

Supervisor:  May Contact - SMSgt Boot, Available on Request

Hours:  40 per Week

Air Traffic Control Journeyman/E-4; 2/2003-11/2004


Resourcefully applied problem solving skills in providing radar Air Traffic Control (ATC) service within 750 square miles of GCA designated airspace in support of over 6.9K annual DoD, civilian and foreign national aircraft operating in instrument flight rules and visual flight rules conditions.  Utilized radar, non-radar and visual procedures to separate and sequence arriving, departing and en route aircraft, demonstrating strong technical and organizational abilities in achieving operational goals and timelines. 


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




Strategically operated and aligned airport surveillance radar, precision approach radar (PAR) and radio communications equipment worth over $4 million.  Conducted comprehensive review and coordination of aircraft movements, ATC operations and other essential information with Spangdahlem Tower, Buechel Germany GCA, Langen Area Control Center, and Luxembourg Approach Control.  Carefully handled in-flight aircraft emergencies, facility evacuations, hijackings, bomb threats and other contingency operations.  Relied upon to lend expertise toward actively training and mentoring air traffic controllers, playing a solid role in supporting the development of top-performing team members.



Associates in Airway Science - Comm. College of the Air Force (Nellis AFB, XXXXXX), 49 Semester Hours
Select Courses - Embry Riddle University (Spangdahlem AB, Germany), 3 Semester Hours, GPA 2.50 



Air Traffic Control Radar Operator Pink Card, 2/2003
Air Traffic Control Operator School, 8/2001
Train the Trainer Course, 8/2003
Airman Leadership School, 12/2005
Air Traffic ADL Course, 7/2006
Supervisor Safety Training Course, 8/2006


Technical Skills


Computer Skills: Microsoft Office, Typing Speed: 40 wpm.

Equipment Skills: Micro-Enroute Automated Radar Tracking System(MEARTS), GPN-20, GPN-22, MPN-25, TPN-14, TPN-19, TPX-42, FMQ13, FMQ19, GRC 171/211, URC 200, Remote Status Indicator (RSI), KY-68, Enhanced Terminal Voice Switch (ETVS), Programmable Indicator Data Processor (PIDP), SIGNALS simulator, Local Weather Network System Software (LWNS), Digital Voice Recorder System (DVRS), Air Traffic Control Training Device (ATCTD), Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems (ATCALS), and Enhanced Target Generator (ETG). 


Achievement Awards


Iraqi Campaign Medal, 2006
Unsung Hero Award (Iraq), 2006
ATC Controller and Trainer of the Quarter, 2004 & 2006
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, 2004
Global War On Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, 2004
National Defense Service Medal, 2003
ATC Trainee of the Quarter, 2002 & 2003






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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy                                               


Address: 455 EOG/SPAWAR C XXXXXX, XXXXXX xxxxxx   

Phone: (xxx-xxx-xxxx


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




I am highly interested in being considered for the _________________ position currently available.  With approximately 7 years experience in Air Traffic Control (ATC), I am confident that I can make a positive contribution in this position.  To acquaint you with my qualifications, I am submitting my resume for your review.  In advance, thank you for your consideration.


As demonstrated in the accompanying documents, I have built a successful international career, progressing from an Air Traffic Control Journeyman/Craftsman and Remote Pilot Operator to my current title of Air Traffic Control Specialist at Bagram AB, Afghanistan, I offer a comprehensive knowledge of ATC operations, administration and technologies, with a consistent track record of identifying, developing and executing new ideas and approaches toward generating results.  I excel in strategically managing resources to optimize productivity, efficiency, quality, and safety while containing and reducing operating costs. 


A hands-on leader, I am highly effective in training, scheduling, developing, evaluating, and directing diverse technical and non-technical personnel.  I have successfully developed job descriptions and performance standards as well as operational policies and procedures instrumental to boosting performance levels.  To complement my successful professional background, I have completed extensive training in leadership, ATC operations and training and maintain current knowledge of emerging technologies.


As an employee, you will find me to be a driven team player committed to supporting you in achieving your objectives through superior performance.  I welcome the opportunity to meet with you at your earliest coxxxxxxenience, and look forward to interviewing with you in the near future.






Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy



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