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Danny Odom
0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000

Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx


Vacancy Posting:  AAC-AMH-08-ACM-003-10908


Core Competencies

Aviation Safety; Aircraft/Avionics Equipment Inspection; Airworthiness Inspection; Investigation; Auditing; Troubleshooting; Maintenance/Repair Facility Evaluation; Mechanic/Staff Performance Assessment; Program Development/Administration; Procedures Analysis/Development; Manual and Procedural Management; Employee Training & Development; FAA Standards; OSHA Requirements; Regulatory Compliance; Aircraft Maintenance/Repair; Environmental Systems; Pneudraulic Systems; Aircraft Structural Repair; Management; Supervision; Leadership


Professional Experience


Pegasus Aircraft Maintenance, LLC.                 
Hours per Week: 40+

Salary: $57,000/annual

Contact: Joe Zerck, Pegasus GM-Certified Repair Station, Anchorage; Phonexxx-xxx-xxxx

Chief Inspector for Aircraft Maintenance

Optimize staff and facility performance by effectively maintaining manuals and maintenance procedures, ensuring critical compliance with FAA and customer standards, OSHA and SWPPP guidelines and EASA requirements as well as Canadian MIP Sup standards.  Oversee equipment calibration and maintain equipment for currency.  Strategically develop, establish and implement checks and balance procedures for Pegasus maintenance personnel; maximize maintenance and equipment safety/operational performance through comprehensive audits and checklists; audit all departments for compliance. 



Swissport USA, Inc
Hours per Week: 40+

Salary: $55,000/annual

Contact: N/A-Certified Repair Station, Anchorage; Phone 907-248-3310

Chief Inspector for Aircraft Maintenance; 2002-2004

Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor; 1997-2001

Aircraft Maintenance Technician; 1995-1997

Steadily progressed with company over the course of close to a decade, promoting from performing comprehensive aircraft maintenance and subsequently overseeing maintenance operations and mechanics to driving aircraft maintenance inspections for quality assurance and regulatory compliance.
United States Air Force
Department of Defense

Contact: Certified Repair Station; Phone: 907-248-3310
NCOIC for Dual Rails C21 equipment/HazMat, 517th AS, Elmendorf AFB, AK; 1996-1999
C-130 Section/Flight Chief, 517th AS, Elmendorf AFB, AK; 1995-1996
Wing Foreign Object Damage Monitor, 314th AW, Little Rock AFB, AR; 1994-1995
C-130 Quality Assurance Evaluator, 314th AW, Little Rock AFB, AR; 1990-1994
C-130 Flight Line Expeditor, 314th OMS, Little Rock AFB, AR; 1989-1990
C-130 Dedicated Crew Chief, 314th OMS, Little Rock AFB, AR; 1982-1989
C-130 Crew Chief, 616th CAMS, Elmendorf AFB, AK; 1979-1982
C-130 Crew Chief, 463rd  TAW, Dyess AFB, TX; 1978-1979
Built a successful 20+ year military career focused on aviation/avionic operations; retired as Master Sergeant.

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Effectively formulated Repair Station Training Manual currently in use by Pegasus Aircraft Maintenance.

Successfully completed the Training Requirements for the Gold Award w/Ruby Stone from the FAA.

Earned Highest Ratings on Performance Reports throughout Air Force Career.


Formal Education


Community College of the Air Force
Degree: Associates Degree in the Applied Sciences                   

Earned: 1996


Brooklyn-Cayce High School-Columbia, SC

Diploma: General Studies

Earned: 1977




FAA Airframe and Powerplant License; 1992


Specialized Training

Delta MD-11 Airframe/Systems/Avionics Initial with GE CF6 (TM11CTA6)-Anchorage; 68 hrs, 2004
Hawaiian Airlines B767-300ER Airframe, Power Plant, Avionics Course-Honolulu; 80 hrs, 2003
Power Plant Borescopes: Quality Assurance Borescope Procedures (8 hr), PW4000 Series (8 hr), JT9D Series (8 hr)-Anchorage, 24 cumulative hrs; 2002

Delta Aircraft Inspection Training, Borescope Procedures GE CF 6 Series Engine-Atlanta; 16 hrs, 2001

FAA Regulation and Policy Course, FAA-Anchorage; 6 hrs, 2001
Hawaiian Airlines DC-10/30 Gen Fam Course-Honolulu; 40 hrs, 2000
B747/400 Gen Fam Course, Swissport-Anchorage; 40 hrs, 1998
FAA Airworthiness Management Course, FAA-Anchorage; 8 hrs, 1998

B757 Gen Fam Course, American Trans Airlines-Anchorage; 40 hrs, 1998

B747/200 Gen Fam Course, Atlas Air Cargo-Anchorage; 40 hrs, 1997
Jet Engine Mishap Investigation Course-Sheppard AFB, TX; 72 hrs, 1994

Aircraft Battle Damage Repair, Assessor-Davis Monthon AFB, AZ; 18 hrs, 1993

Aircraft Battle Damage Repair, General-Davis Monthon AFB, AZ; 42 hrs, 1993

Weight and Balance for Airlift Aircraft Course, Keesler AFB, MS; 15 hrs, 1992

Weight and Balance for Airlift Aircraft General Course, Keesler AFB, MS; 14 hrs, 1992

C-130 E/H Environmental Systems-Little Rock AFB, AR; 60 hrs, 1990

Aircraft Quality Assurance Course-Little Rock AFB, AR; 60 hrs, 1990

Noncommissioned Officer Academy-Barksdale AFB, LA; 6 weeks, 1990

Noncommissioned Officer Leadership School-Barksdale AFB, LA; 4 weeks, 1988

C-130 E/H Systems Training-Little Rock AFB, AR; 108 hrs, 1984

C-130 E/H Engine Run School-McChord AFB, WA; 40 hrs, 1983

Supervisor s Safety Training-Elmendorf AFB, AK; 14 hrs, 1981

Technical Publications Course-Dyess AFB, TX; 8 hrs, 1979

OJT Trainee Orientation Course-Dyess AFB, TX; 6 hrs, 1978

C-130 Cargo Rail Course-Dyess AFB, TX; 10 hrs, 1978

C-130 B, E/H Course-Dyess AFB, TX; 162 hrs, 1978

USAF Technical Training School, Turbo Prop Aircraft-Sheppard AFB, TX; 120 hrs, 1978

Technology Proficiencies


Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint





Danny Odom
0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000

Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx


Vacancy Posting: 






RE Vacancy Posting: AAC-AMH-08-ACM-003-10908



I am extremely interested in being considered for the above-referenced Aviation Safety Inspector (Airworthiness) position currently available with your organization.  To acquaint you with my dynamic qualifications for this position, I am submitting my resume for review; in advance, thank you for your time and consideration.


As demonstrated, I launched my career in Aircraft/Avionics with the United States Air Force, where I built a successful 20-year background in all areas of Repair and Maintenance of wide-body aircraft and associated systems/structures.  I have consistently progressed to positions of increasing responsibilities in both military and civilian environments, gaining extensive knowledge of and experience in Inspection, Auditing, Quality Assurance, and Regulatory Compliance and developing expertise in Personnel Training and Performance Assessment, Training and Procedural Manual Development, Maintenance/Repair Facilities Evaluation, Program Administration, and Management/Leadership.


Complementing this, I have acquired extensive training and continually participate in professional development to maintain current knowledge and maximize my ability to contribute to the employer s success.  I earned my FAA Airframe and Powerplant License in 1992 and also completed FAA training requirements for Gold Award w/Ruby Stone.  Additionally, I completed a degree through the College of the Air Force in 1996.


With extensive experience as a Chief Inspector for Aircraft Maintenance and solid qualifications for this exciting position, I can deliver immediate and long-term results for your organization, and 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 am confident that I could be a valuable asset to your operations and look forward to interviewing with you in the near future.







Danny Odom






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