An avionics technician with a dynamic understanding of complex troubleshooting procedures in a constantly evolving aircraft platform.‭ ‬Devoted to the training of himself and peers,‭ ‬resulting in strengthening the maintenance team and expediting repair times.‭ ‬Unsurpassed in avionics system knowledge and the calibration of equipment.‭ ‬A necessary facet in a field where methodical practices and precision is paramount.


Component Repair‭ ‬Professional Communication Precision Measuring Tools

Data Systems Interoperability‭ ‬Electrical Theory‭ ‬Maintenance Team Management

Electronic Surveillance Operation‭ ‬Complex Problem Solving Airborne Weapons Operations‭ ‬Diagnostic Analysis‭



Patrol Squadron One‭ (‬VP-1‭)‬,‭ ‬OAK HARBOR,‭ ‬WA‭ ‬18SEP2012-Present

Avionics Maintenance Technician‭ (‬E5‭) & ‬Work Center Supervisor

-‭ ‬Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on avionics systems aboard the Lockheed Martin P3C including:‭ ‬communications systems,‭ ‬navigational aids,‭ ‬radar,‭ ‬surveillance equipment,‭ ‬anti-submarine warfare sensors,‭ ‬tactical displays and data processing systems.

Recognized command-wide for the successful repair of electro-optics system on a high exposure detachment,‭ ‬directly leading to the‭ ‬interception and detainment of drug smugglers in coastal waters.

-‭ ‬Managed six technicians in the diagnosis and repair of faulty avionics equipment.‭ ‬Qualified five avionics maintenance technician journeyman which led to the advancement in paygrade of‭ ‬3‭ ‬subordinates.

-‭ ‬Performed systems upgrades and alterations on avionics digital instrumentation,‭ ‬control equipment,‭ ‬encryption systems,‭ ‬AC/DC circuits,‭ ‬data buses and electrical distribution.

-‭ ‬Reconstructed avionics and power distribution systems following an aircraft fire.

-‭ ‬Led activity of cross-branch data link,‭ ‬providing education of systems to marine search and rescue component,‭ ‬resulting in the contribution in search of lost service member.

-‭ ‬Trained and qualified‭ ‬10‭ ‬Sailors in all aspects of aircraft line handling which increased work center mission readiness by‭ ‬50%‭ ‬and command Aircraft Handler Program readiness by‭ ‬21%.

-‭ ‬Routinely managed and prioritized avionics systems work load through a‭ ‬72‭ ‬hour work week while deployed and a‭ ‬50‭ ‬hour work week while at homeport.


Secret,‭ ‬valid through‭ ‬18SEP2022


Community College of Vermont-‭ ‬Graduated with Associates of Liberal Studies

Avionics Technician Organizational Maintenance Apprentice School

P-3C Weapon Systems Organizational Maintenance Career School

P-3C Connector and Wire repair Maintenance School

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