aircraft weapons specialist
by Lance Deculus
(mamou louisiana united states)
To become a member of an organization known for its prosperity and objectivity, also where there is room for growth and advancement
SEPTEMBER 2005 – PRESENT Eunice, LA
WILLIAMS GAS PIPELINE
Responsible for maintaining and operating natural gas compressor station and dehydration plant equipment and facilities including engine driven reciprocating natural gas compressors, turbine driven centrifugal compressors, natural gas dehydration units, and their ancillary equipment (pumps, heat exchangers, filters, instrumentation and controls, etc.), piping, boilers, valves, storage wells, separators, storage tanks, reciprocating air compressors, auxiliary generator, dehydration, heaters, etc. Maintain and/or operate all pipeline facilities including valves, piping, pigging activities (cleaning, geometry and smart), right-of-way, and inspection of third party activities, meter stations and regulator stations.
APRIL 2002 - OCTOBER 2004 Khamis Mushyat, Saudi Arabia
DYNCORP/ALSALAM AIRCRAFT CO.
Armament Systems Technician
7 level Weapons Night Supervisor
Responsible for advising and training assigned Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) members in all aspects of servicing, loading, unloading munitions following applicable handling, loading-checkout procedures, munitions preparation, positioning, post-loading visual inspection of non-nuclear weapons, aircraft maintenance and testing.
Responsible for the loading, unloading of air-to-air and air-to ground munitions aircraft maintenance, trouble shooting, testing of weapons systems in support of the daily flying operations.
Responsible for establishing technical order procedures are followed for handling, loading and unloading of munitions and explosive cartridges on the F-15S weapons systems.
MARCH 1997 - FEBRUARY 2002 Eglin Air Force Base, FL
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
Armament Systems Technician
Certified 5 level trained in all aspects of the 15-C/D weapons systems
Responsible for removing and installing LAU-106 and LAU-128 Launchers, MAU-12 Bomb Racks, SUU 59/60 Pylons, ADU 552, M61A1 Gun Systems, Aircraft Panels, Multi Purpose Color Displays (MPCDs) and Converter Programmer (CPs).
Responsible for loading and unloading air-to-air munitions,
aircraft maintenance, testing of weapons systems in support of daily flying operations in accordance with weapons and ground safety requirements.
Responsible for identifying coordinating, interpreting technical data, administering all ground safety requirements in strict compliance with Military and Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) standards.
1994-1997 Southern State University Baton Rouge, LA
1990-1994 Lyman Ward Military Academy Camp Hill, AL
Weapons Maintenance Programmable Armament Control Set Course,
J4AMF2W1X1-185, 14 APRIL 1998
Core Automated Maintenance Systems (CAMS) Course,
J6ANU0006-061, 10 NOVEMBER 1997
Air Force Maintenance Data Collections Systems (CAMS) Course,
J6AZU0006-058, 28 OCTOBER 1997
Apprentice Aircraft Armament Systems Specialist Course (F-15),
J3ABR2W131E-003, 20 AUGUST 1997
5 Load Crew of the Quarters, Top Performer Red Flag TDY, Live Fire WSEP TDY, WIC TDY, World Breaking Super Surge, Northern Watch Iceland TDY, Operation Southern Watch, Saudi, Arabia, AEF4 2,330 live missile loads, First AEF with ZERO mishaps, 732 training missile load, met 100% OSW tasking, total Combat Sorties 940, Total Combat Hours 2,612.2, Air Force Longevity Service Awards, Air Force Training Ribbon, Combat Readiness Medal, Combat Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, Air Force Good Conduct Medal
Certified Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) - (safety card)
Certified in Hot Pit procedures B/D Man, End of Runway (EOR) procedures including arming/de-arming of aircraft and last chance inspections.
Trained in issue, turn-in, convoying, replenishing of munitions, soldered, repaired, replaced wires, harnesses, printed circuit cards, cable assemblies, testing central computer programmer integrations systems.
Trained in driving MJ-1 and MHU-83 Bomb Lift Trucks, acceptance and pre-use inspection of munitions and ammunition.
Proficient in PC based automation tools, MS Word, Excel and Power Point
Hard Worker, Fast Learner, Mechanically Inclined, Team Player, Self Motivated and Motivator
E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
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