Served in the US Army for 6 years and 3 months.
Over 10 years of mechanical experience.
Over 6 years on Aircraft engine power plant experience.
5 years of UH-60 engine maintenance experience.
5 years of AH-64 engine maintenance experience.
Supervisor for an Attack Recon battalion that supported 15 UH-60’s and 24 AH-64’s.
Honor graduate of class in the US Army Aviation Academy.
Expert in being a good team member and instilling morale to accomplish a common goal.
Expert in safety and ensuring the proper use of personal protective equipment.
Highly proficient with Unit Level Logistics System-Aviation (ULLS-A and ULLS-A(E)) computerized maintenance records.
Expert in repairing and troubleshooting T700-701C engines at an AVIM, AVUM level.
Familiar with the use of Ground Support Equipment.
Highly proficient with Windows and Microsoft software and PC operation.
Excellent with inventory and bench stock.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Able to work with diverse groups of people with outstanding results.
Numerous awards and commendations for performance.
Willing to travel


December 2011-Present PILOT ROV Canyon Offshore Houston, TX
Pilot tech Senior, responsible for, piloting of the ROV, remotely operated vehicle, maintenance and repair of the ROV system; assist in the launch and recovery of the ROV system. Ensuring that the ROV and all its systems are in complete working order and in compliance with all technical requirements; implementation and monitoring of technical procedures and reporting; work management and execution of ROV operational tasks, living offshore on a semi-submersible service vessel.

• Electronics Technicians Association Fiber Optics Certification
• Subsea robotics and Technologies Certificate
• Electro-mechanical devices Certificate
• Robot applications Certificate
• Industrial Hydraulics Certificate
• Rigging Certificate
• Safe Gulf training
• CPR-First Aid cert, Blood borne Pathogens Certificate
• Safe Gulf training
• Water Survival/HUET/METS/Swing Rope Personnel Transfer
• Blood borne Pathogens Certificate

May 18 2008 – October 25 2011 15B skill level 20 Platoon Sergeant (AH-64, UH-60 Section Supervisor) U.S. Army Fort Hood, TX, 4TH ID 4-4 Attack Recon Battalion
Performed all phases of aircraft system and subsystem inspection, troubleshooting, repair and component repair or replacement at both the Organizational and Intermediate levels
Responsible for the health, welfare, training, and career development of 11 Soldiers
Assist in the coordination of work requirements, monitors shop and safety procedures.
Supervised and maintained up to $800,000 of assigned tools and equipment with no losses

June 25 2005 - May 18 2008 15B Aircraft Power Plant Repairer U.S. Army WWAF Hawaii, 2-6 Cavalry Attack Recon Battalion.
Performs and supervises maintenance on AH-64D, OH-58D, UH-60 and CH-47 U.S. Army helicopter turbine engines and their components. Performs maintenance on turbine power plants and assist in power plant removal; removes, replaces, services, prepares, preserves, and cleans engine assemblies or components; maintains ground support equipment; uses and performs maintenance on common and special tools; uses special aircraft forms and records; prepares requests for turn-ins and repair parts.
provides technical guidance to subordinates; applies troubleshooting techniques to diagnose malfunctions in specific engine components; disassembles, repairs, reassembles, adjusts, and test turbine engine systems.
Served as an Aircraft Maintenance Sergeant, supporting 10 AH-64, 11 UH-60 and 4 CH-47 Helicopters. Responsible for the health and welfare of 15 Soldiers as well as managing, assisting and performing aircraft airframe maintenance, aircraft powertrain maintenance, and aircraft hydraulics maintenance

U.S. Army:
15B Power Plant Helicopter Repairer Course
Subsea Robotics and Fiber Optics Course
ST Phillips College; Automotive Technology
U.S. Army NonCommissioned Officer Academy, HI
Warrior Leader Course, Class 010-08
Hearing Conservation Officer Course 2010
P.P.E./Personal Protective Equipment Management Course 2009
Unit Fire Marshal Course

Professional Accomplishments and Awards:

U.S. Army Commendation Medal, X4, 2007 Iraq, 2008 HI, 2011 Afghanistan, 2011 FT Hood.
U.S. Army Achievement Medal, X3, 2006 NTC, 2007 Iraq, 2010 Afghanistan
U.S. Army Good Conduct Medal X2, 2008, 2011
National Defense Service Medal, 2005
Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Campaign Star (Presidential Surge)xxx-xxx-xxxx
Global War On Terrorism Expeditionary Service Medal, 2006
Global War On Terrorism Service Medal, 2006
Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development Service Ribbon, 2008
U.S. Army Service Ribbon, 2005
U.S. Army Over Seas Ribbon, X3, 2006 Hawaii, 2006 Iraq, 2010 Afghanistan
N.A.T.O. Service Medal, 2011, (North, Atlantic, Treaty, Organization)
I.S.A.Fxxx-xxx-xxxx, (International, Security, Assistance, Force)
Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star (Presidential Surge)xxx-xxx-xxxx
U.S Army Aviation Badge 2006

Last Resume Update September 9, 2015
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