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OBJECTIVE

An accomplished US Navy senior enlisted professional with established experience in supervision, training, program management, quality assurance inspections, maintenance and repair of gas turbine engine propulsion, power generation and its associated electrical equipment.

SKILLS SUMMARY

Team oriented sailor with 22 years of extensive mechanical and limited electrical experience with proven ability to produce superior results in a fast paced environment by prioritizing, delegating, and managing multiple projects that produced timely meticulous results. Key skills include:

  • ●  Project Management

  • ●  Team player

  • ●  Quality Control

  • ●  Mentor

        ●  Mechanical Systems Troubleshooter 

        .  Microsoft Office Suite 

EXPERIENCE

Maintenance Manager, USS DECATUR (DDG 73)

  • ●  Served as the liaison with the shipyard contractor counterparts to keep track on production status.

  • ●  Managed 30 personnel in the corrective and preventive maintenance of four LM2500 Propulsion Gas

    Turbine engines and three Allison K34 Gas Turbine Generator and its support equipment. Leadership directly contributed to DECATUR’s engineering readiness receipt for 2 Battle Efficiency Award and VADM Copeman Award.

  • ●  Engineering Officer Of the Watch (EOOW), commanded underway watch team through a rigorous and resoundingly successful training regimen culminating in Engineering Operational certification after an arduous dry dock availability from the shipyard.

  • ●  Administered, managed and evaluated shipboard engineering programs to conform with Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) standards.

  • ●  As the Ship Oil King, obtained and interpreted lube oil, fuel oil and potable water for quality assurance.

  • ●  Provided technical administration, leadership and communications to technicians.

  • ●  Ensured proper operation of ship’s control console’s instrumentation and control logic.

  • ●  Maintained air compressor, air systems, alarm and monitoring systems, automatic control valves.

    Turbine/Lift/Prop Shop Manager, US Navy, ACU 4, VA Jul 2013 - Aug 2014

  • ●  Directly managed 2 shop supervisors and 25 technicians for lift fans and propeller repairs on $20-M Landing Craft

    Air Cushion. Repairs included removal, overhaul, balancing, and installation.

  • ●  Provides guidance on technical information pertaining to operation of gas turbine systems.

  • ●  Conduct counseling, interviews, evaluations and assigns personnel.

  • ●  Prepares correspondence, directives, and reports and maintains personnel training records.

  • ●  Administers maintenance and material management program.

Sep 2014 - Present

Tan Bach PG. 2

Lead Mechanic, USS Vandegrift (FFG 48) Jul 2008 - Jul 2013 ● Responsible for the preventive and corrective maintenance on two General Electric LM2500 Gas

Turbine engines and its associated equipment.

  • ●  Conducted repairs to fuel and lube oil service systems.

  • ●  Performed Gas Turbine engine components on systems alignment checks.

  • ●  Qualified as Engineering Officer Of the Watch.

    Turbine Mechanic, US Navy, ACU 5, CA

    • ●  Overhaul and repair TF-40B main gas turbine engines.

    • ●  Overhaul and repair T-62 APU electrical generation turbines.

    • ●  Managed special turbine tools and implemented tool controls.

      Engineroom Supervisor, USS HIGGINS (DDG 76), CA

    • ●  Responsible for the preventive and corrective maintenance on four General Electric LM2500 Gas

      Turbine engines and three Allison 501 k-17 Gas Turbine Generators and its associated equipment.

    • ●  Executed shipboard engineering programs to conform with Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) standards.

    • ●  Obtained and interpreted lube oil, fuel oil and potable water for quality assurance.

    • ●  Performed Gas Turbine engine components on systems alignment checks.

      Mechanic Supervisor, USS JOHN PAUL JONES (DDG 53), CA Nov 2002 - Oct 2003

    • ●  Responsible for the preventive and corrective maintenance on four General Electric LM2500 Gas

      Turbine engines and three Allison 501 k-17 Gas Turbine Generators and its associated equipment.

    • ●  Executed shipboard engineering programs to conform with Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) standards.

    • ●  Obtained and interpreted lube oil, fuel oil and potable water for quality assurance.

    • ●  Performed Gas Turbine engine components on systems alignment checks.

      Mechanic, USS SIDES (FFG 14), CA Sep 1996 - Jun 2002

    • ●  Responsible for the preventive and corrective maintenance on four General Electric LM2500 Gas

      Turbine engines and its associated equipment.

    • ●  Executed shipboard engineering programs to conform with Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) standards.

    • ●  Obtained and interpreted lube oil, fuel oil and potable water for quality assurance.

    • ●  Performed Gas Turbine engine components on systems alignment checks.

      EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

      • ●  Senior Propulsion Engineering (Power Plant Manager course)

      • ●  LCAC Systems Maintenance Technician

      • ●  Joint Fleet Quality Assurance Officer course

      • ●  DDG Mechanical System Maintenance Technician

      • ●  Shipboard Fuel Testing

      • ●  FFG Mechanical System Maintenance Technician

Jan 2005 - Feb 2008

Oct 2003 - Nov 2004 

California,
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