Resume du Jour – Garfield Warren – Network/System Administrator & Help Desk; Aerospace; Aerostat Operator

Garfield Warren

St. Robert, MO 65584

(573) 336-2702 / (917) 580-1412

garfield.warren.it@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE:            Help Desk, Network and/or System Administration, Fiber Optic Tech, Field Service Representative, Aerospace Maintenance Tech, Aerostat Operator

 

CLEARANCE:             DoD, Secret (adjudicated: 03/08; expires 03/18)

CONUS Replacement Center (CRC) 06/13

PASSPORT:                Current, Expires April 2017

AVAILABILITY:          June 2013

WORK PREF:   Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, or Georgia

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

 

  • 10 years, United States Air Force Airman (Active/Reserve)
  • 10 years, Aerospace Maintenance Craftsperson
  • 4 years, Information Technology Network Administrator
  • 4 years, System Administrator, Electronic Warfare Systems
  • 4 years, Hardware & Communications Technician
  • 1 year, Electronics Warfare Specialist / Aerostat Operator

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO:

 

03/12 – present, Aerostat Operator

Adams Communication and Engineering Technology (ACET), Belcamp, MD

(stationed: Afghanistan)

 

  • Responsible for collaborative intelligence collection operations cell with Special Forces
  • Responsible for team support of Persistent Ground Surveillance System (PGSS) Program, an aerostat-based system used in surveillance, reconnaissance, force protection, and counter-IED missions in Afghanistan; provide technical support for Operation / Maintenance (O&M) on Aerostat, Mobile Mooring Platform, and associated flight/support equipment; maintaining, monitoring, and using VoIP software and hardware applications and systems: Unattended Transient Acoustic MASINT Sensor (UTAMS), Fiber Optics Termination and Testing, post-mission imagery analysis, video production and editing, and maintenance of WESCAM MX-15HDi modular-turreted EO/IR laser surveillance and targeting system
  • Collaborate with seven team members (one lead, six operators) internal / external operations cell SMEs to design and implement weekly collection missions against high priority intelligence targets (Taliban); verify/transmit system commands to operational payload (surveillance equipment; follow-through specific commanding actions for greater mission objectives for Battalions (Afghanistan)
  • Operate within command & control procedures via remote links as well as the end-to-end intelligence collection mission planning and execution cycle; oversight of and maintenance of situational awareness for simultaneous mission operation(s); assess mission target environments/associated dynamics until patrols return to green zone
  • Responsible for providing 24-hour surveillance Persistent Ground Surveillance System (PGSS) Program over a designated geography for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) programs; focus on insurgent operations and avoidance of military and civilian casualties; results – ‘0’ military casualties within current calendar year
  • Managed recovery/launch as Launch Recovery Director; Tasked with winch operations and preflight conditions during launch; recovery of airship all-system functionality; team monitor
  • Confluence Point Handler: ensure proper line alignment of  Aerostat Power and Telemetry Unit (APTU, and Flight Termination System (FTS)
  • Flight Engineer: Document CON OP’s during flight operations documentation of Point Of Interest (POI) monitoring Aerostat Telemetry and documentation of weather and system required software; Maintenance/preventive maintenance on Airship’ mooring platform/system network infrastructure
  • Responsible, as Payload Operator, for ensuring proper operation of Payload ‘MX15 Camera;’ 3-in-1 Electro optical Wide 10-200mm zoom, Electro Optical Narrow at 955mm and Infra-Red camera with zooms at 27, 135, 675, and 2024mm; SME for collection sensors
  • Interpret surveillance systems partnered with Intel Analysts
  • Troubleshoots technical problems and issues to determine the technical solution in accordance with product and customer specifications.
  • Train subordinates for technical direction/guidance; Conduct technical training and product briefing, technical support, troubleshoot, and repair payload equipment
  • Responsible for the safe operation of the aerostats during Launch, Flight and Recoveries
  • Control the payload/imagining software to receive imaging data for Tactical Operations Command (TOC)
  • Performs various pre- and post-flight tasks including: complete flight logs and track maintenance on aerostat; Interact with crew to accomplish mission requirements
  • Conducts technical analysis to monitor product implementations, modifications, and enhancements to product within specific specifications/implementations

 

09/11 – 03/12, BETSS-C Installer

Strategic Produces and Services (SPS), Parsippany, NJ

(stationed: Afghanistan)

 

  • Evaluate, diagnose and maintain systems for electronic warfare at optimal capacity
  • Perform monthly Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on each Force Protection System (FPS) and its components, per operators manual
  • Provide group training to 25 soldiers during Relief In Place/Take Over of Authority (RIP/TOA); Provide training to soldiers for operation of the Sensor Systems
  • Troubleshoot systems to find faults and repair; Follow troubleshooting procedures; Document incidents and forward monthly to maintenance personnel
  • Maintain log of completed work for repairs and reacquisition process, in Theater and AOR, for faulty equipment during PMCS
  • Perform weekly operator maintenance tasks – QA/QC installations of systems, inventory, collection of serial numbers and upgrades from 601 Alpha to 601 Charlie
  • Work in conjunction with the unit commander on the ground to ensure all the unit’s requirements for the Sensor Systems are met
  • Experienced in US operation centers in Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) 04/09-04/10 & 09/11-present; Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) 08/04-01/05 & 05/11-09/11

 

04/11 – 09/11, Outside Plant (Fiber Optic / Copper Line Technician)

International Telephone & Telegraph (ITT), White Plains, NY

(stationed: FOB Speicher, Iraq)

 

  • Install fiber and copper wiring in outside manholes, ground, or aerial locations; teams of 1- 5 technicians
  • Installed nine ADNs via Fiber to expand Iraq’s Fiber ring from Kuwait to Turkey
  • Performed Mid-Line fusion Splices into Coyote Kits
  • Premise Installer for copper/fiber optic in buildings with Ethernet (Cat5&5e) and Multi-Mode Fiber weekly
  • Install / work in manholes and conduit ducting systems to install, pull, and test fiber optic, copper, and coaxial cabling (144 strands) up to distances of 1,200 meters
  • Terminate, splice, test, maintain, and repair fiber optic (including fusion splicing), copper, and coaxial cabling – Install interior fiber, copper, and coaxial cabling
  • Assist Network Administrators: remove, replace, and configure 6500 series switches weekly

 

08/09 – 03/10, Electronic Technician

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), Falls Church, VA

(stationed: Afghanistan)

 

  • Maintain 30 sites of US Marines Ground Based Operational Surveillance System (GBOSS) Cameras via Ethernet, Fiber & RF (Radio)
  • Troubleshoot Ethernet, Fiber, RF Signal, Network monthly
  • Ensure IP addresses correct between Radios & Ethernet over Static and DHCP
  • Install fiber optic modems, multiplex equipment, patch panels, main and intermediate distribution frames, lightning protection, and supporting ground and power connections for each set-up
  • Install cabinets, cable ladder and rack systems, and equipment components in cabinet for 30 sites
  • Operate heavy equipment to include: cable reel trucks, trenchers, backhoes, chiselers, bobcat, 20k all-terrain forklift for each splice or lay
  • Heavy equipment operator for creating access to buried communication cable and digging/chiseling trenches
  • Install and operate sensor systems assigned to GBOSS and Rapid Aerostat Initial Deployment (RAID) as outlined by the Unit Commander assigned at each Area of Responsibility (AOR) quarterly
  • Advise Unit Commander on feasibility, functionality and capabilities of Sensor Systems assigned to the AOR quarterly
  • Operate GBOSS Surveillance and Protection Systems, (e.g. RAID, Cerberus, Tactical Automated Security System (TASS) Annunciators, Unattended Ground Sensors, Thermal Imagery, Ground Surveillance Radar, Close Circuit Television, Command and Control Systems) in order to provide operational subject matter expertise to the operator training.

 

09/98 – 08/08, Aerospace Maintenance Craftsman

United States Air Force, Active / Reserve 

 

  • Test, upgrade, and troubleshoot systems for Radar, Guidance and Control, Communications (UHF/VHF), and ECM [(Electronic Counter Measures (Chaff and Flare)] Systems on the E-3 (AWACS); Systems over Ethernet and Fiber
  • Install antennas/sensitive monitoring equipment on E-3 AWACS (Electronic Warfare Aircraft)
  • Manage over $385M of inventory; procurement; reconciling discrepancies
  • Install and configure 31 computers for inflight users
  • Advise on maintaining, servicing, inspecting aircraft and aerospace problems; use technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems. Interprets and advises on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft
  • Read and interpret wiring diagrams, design documents, schematic flow charts, manuals and drawings to guide and complete repairs/upgrade projects, as team lead and member
  • Responsible for interpreting circuitry design, schematics and manuals to create routine/specialized testing for aircraft and equipment, included equipment calibration
  • Tests repaired components; adjusts, aligns, rigs, and calibrates aircraft systems; perform engine run-up, weight and balance functions; jack, tow, and service aircraft
  • Inspects aircraft structures, systems, and components; perform aircraft / component inspections; interprets inspection findings and determines corrective actions
  • Inspects / checks components for clearances, tolerances, proper installation, and operation; powered and non-powered aerospace ground equipment; identifies aircraft corrosion for prevention / correction; reviews maintenance forms, aircraft records, and reports to ensure documentation; inventory and maintain alternate mission equipment
  • Perform as production supervisor, flight chief, expediter, crew chief, aero repair, support, and maintenance functions.
  • Coordinates maintenance plans and assists in launching and recovering aircraft; review maintenance data collection summaries; determine trends / production effectiveness; perform crash recovery duties
  • Other functional job titles: Aircraft Engine Specialists (OES 85326); Aircraft Mechanics (OES 85323), Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians (ONET 49-3011.00), Airframe-and-Power-Plant Mechanic (DOT 621.281-014); First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers (ONET 49-1011.00), and Supervisor, Aircraft Maintenance (DOT 621.131-014)

 

08/07 – 08/08, Reserve Staff Sergeant (E-5)

Aircraft General / Electronic Repair Mechanic (Aircraft Engine Specialist)

United States Air Force, Reserve, DS2, Robins AFB, GA

 

  • Responsible for Phase/ISO Inspections
  • Removed / replaced electric generators on C-130 Aircraft during monthly inspections
  • Rewired electrical systems for avionics C-130 Aircraft upgrades during quarterly inspections
  • Create and signed off Remedy Tickets for daily jobs

 

09/05 – 08/07, Staff Sergeant, (E-5), 2A571
United States Air Force, Active, Grand Forks Air Force Base, Grand Forks, ND

 

09/01 – 09/05, Senior Airman (E-4), 2A551L

United States Air Force, Active, Elmendorf Air Force Base, Anchorage, AK

 

05/00 – 09/01, Airman First Class (E-3), 2A551L

United States Air Force, Active, McConnell Air Force Base, Wichita, KS

 

12/99 – 05/00, Airman First Class (E-3), 2A531G
United States Air Force, Active, McConnell Air Force Base, Wichita, KS

 

02/99 – 12/99, Airman, (E-2), 2A531G

United States Air Force, Active, Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, TX

 

09/98 – 02/99, Airman Basic (E-1), 2A511G
United States Air Force, Active, Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 05/11 – present, Bachelor of Science in Information Systems & Security, Western Governors University, Salt Lake City, Utah (expected graduation: 06/13)
  • General Diploma, West Side High School, New York, NY

 

TRAINING / CERTIFICATION:

 

  • 2012, FCC w/General Radiotelephone Operator License
  • 2012, Aerostat 22M and 28M certified
  • 2011, Security+
  • 2011, MCITP
  • 2011, ITILv3
  • 2010, Certified Fiber Optic Technician (CFOT)
  • 2010, Advanced Fiber Optic Technician (AFOT)
  • 2009, Network, Ethernet and Fiber Certification (Redstone Arsenal, AL & Crane, IN)
  • 05/06 – 06/06, Certification, Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman, Heavy Aircraft, USAF
  • 05/06, Certification, Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman, Periodic/Isochronal Inspection, USAF
  • 2006, Documentation Management (technical orders, schematics, charts/logs/trees)
  • 2005, Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman, Transition, USAF
  • 2004, Electronic Craftsman, USAF
  • 05/02 – 02/04, Air Force Training Course, Paper-Based Exportable, USAF
  • 2003, Airman Leadership School, Leadership/Management, USAF
  • 2003, Trainer/Task Certifier (planning, scheduling, training, evaluation of training)
  • 08/01, Technical Aircraft Maintenance, Advanced Troubleshooting, USAF
  • 05/01, Technical Aircraft Maintenance, Multi-point, Re-fueling System (MPRS), Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman, USAF
  • 01/99, Aerospace Maintenance / Electronic Apprenticeship, USAF

 

TECHNICAL / COMPUTER SKILLS:

 

  • Desktops, Laptops, Tablets
  • Thermal and Laser printers
  • Microsoft Office, Visio, Project 2007; Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
  • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/GarfieldWarren
  • Twitter: #GarfieldWarren
  • Blog/Resume:  https://GarfieldWarren.wordpress.com/about

 

KEY SKILL WORDS: access, Acoustic, acquisition, Administrator, ADNs, Advise, AE, aerial, aerospace, aerostat, Afghanistan, AFOT, aircraft, Airframe-and-Power-Plant, Airman, airship, analysis, Annunciators, antennas, APTU, Arsenal, assess, avionics, AWACS, Battalions, BETSS-C, bobcat, briefing, C-130, cable, calibrates, Camera, capacity, Cat 5 & 5e, Cerberus, Certifier, CFOT, Chaff, charts, Circuit, coaxial, Command & Control, communication, component, computer, CON, conduit, configure, counter-IED, CRC, CSC, design, Desktops, DHCP, diagnose, diagram, distribution, DOT, DS2, Electric /electronic, Electro, engine, EO/IR, Ethernet, evaluation, expediter, fiber-optic, flight/support, FTS, fusion, GBOSS, generator, Governor, ground, Hardware, imagery, Infra-Red, Inspect, Install, insurgent, intelligence collection, Interpret, inventory, IP, ISO, ITILv3, ITT, Kits, Laptops, laser, Laser, Leader, Marines, MASINT, MCITP, Measures, Mechanic, mission, MM09/MM10/MM11, modems, mooring, MPRS, Multi-Mode, Multi-point, multiplex, MX-15HDi, MX15, Network, O&M, OEF, OES, OIF, ONET, operations, operator, optic, optical, oversight, payload, PGSS, PMCS, POI, Preventive, procedures, protection, Radar, Radio, RAID, reconnaissance, recovery/launch, Rewired, RF, rigs, ring, RIPTOA, schematic, Security, Sensor, splice, SPS, Static, surveillance, switches, system, Taliban, targeting, TASS, technician, Telegraph, Telemetry, Telephone, test, Thermal, tolerances, track, Train, trenchers, troubleshoot, UAS, UAV, UHF, upgrade, UTAMS, VHF, Visio, Vista, VoIP, warfare, Windows, wiring, XP

 

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Resume du Jour – Garfield Warren – Network/System Administrator & Help Desk; Aerospace; Aerostat Operator

Garfield Warren

St. Robert, MO 65584

(573) 336-2702 / (917) 580-1412

garfield.warren.it@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE:            Help Desk, Network and/or System Administration, Fiber Optic Tech, Field Service Representative, Aerospace Maintenance Tech, Aerostat Operator

 

CLEARANCE:             DoD, Secret (adjudicated: 03/08; expires 03/18)

CONUS Replacement Center (CRC) 06/13

PASSPORT:                Current, Expires April 2017

AVAILABILITY:          June 2013

WORK PREF:   Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, or Georgia

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

 

  • 10 years, United States Air Force Airman (Active/Reserve)
  • 10 years, Aerospace Maintenance Craftsperson
  • 4 years, Information Technology Network Administrator
  • 4 years, System Administrator, Electronic Warfare Systems
  • 4 years, Hardware & Communications Technician
  • 1 year, Electronics Warfare Specialist / Aerostat Operator

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO:

 

03/12 – present, Aerostat Operator

Adams Communication and Engineering Technology (ACET), Belcamp, MD

(stationed: Afghanistan)

 

  • Responsible for collaborative intelligence collection operations cell with Special Forces
  • Responsible for team support of Persistent Ground Surveillance System (PGSS) Program, an aerostat-based system used in surveillance, reconnaissance, force protection, and counter-IED missions in Afghanistan; provide technical support for Operation / Maintenance (O&M) on Aerostat, Mobile Mooring Platform, and associated flight/support equipment; maintaining, monitoring, and using VoIP software and hardware applications and systems: Unattended Transient Acoustic MASINT Sensor (UTAMS), Fiber Optics Termination and Testing, post-mission imagery analysis, video production and editing, and maintenance of WESCAM MX-15HDi modular-turreted EO/IR laser surveillance and targeting system
  • Collaborate with seven team members (one lead, six operators) internal / external operations cell SMEs to design and implement weekly collection missions against high priority intelligence targets (Taliban); verify/transmit system commands to operational payload (surveillance equipment; follow-through specific commanding actions for greater mission objectives for Battalions (Afghanistan)
  • Operate within command & control procedures via remote links as well as the end-to-end intelligence collection mission planning and execution cycle; oversight of and maintenance of situational awareness for simultaneous mission operation(s); assess mission target environments/associated dynamics until patrols return to green zone
  • Responsible for providing 24-hour surveillance Persistent Ground Surveillance System (PGSS) Program over a designated geography for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) programs; focus on insurgent operations and avoidance of military and civilian casualties; results – ‘0’ military casualties within current calendar year
  • Managed recovery/launch as Launch Recovery Director; Tasked with winch operations and preflight conditions during launch; recovery of airship all-system functionality; team monitor
  • Confluence Point Handler: ensure proper line alignment of  Aerostat Power and Telemetry Unit (APTU, and Flight Termination System (FTS)
  • Flight Engineer: Document CON OP’s during flight operations documentation of Point Of Interest (POI) monitoring Aerostat Telemetry and documentation of weather and system required software; Maintenance/preventive maintenance on Airship’ mooring platform/system network infrastructure
  • Responsible, as Payload Operator, for ensuring proper operation of Payload ‘MX15 Camera;’ 3-in-1 Electro optical Wide 10-200mm zoom, Electro Optical Narrow at 955mm and Infra-Red camera with zooms at 27, 135, 675, and 2024mm; SME for collection sensors
  • Interpret surveillance systems partnered with Intel Analysts
  • Troubleshoots technical problems and issues to determine the technical solution in accordance with product and customer specifications.
  • Train subordinates for technical direction/guidance; Conduct technical training and product briefing, technical support, troubleshoot, and repair payload equipment
  • Responsible for the safe operation of the aerostats during Launch, Flight and Recoveries
  • Control the payload/imagining software to receive imaging data for Tactical Operations Command (TOC)
  • Performs various pre- and post-flight tasks including: complete flight logs and track maintenance on aerostat; Interact with crew to accomplish mission requirements
  • Conducts technical analysis to monitor product implementations, modifications, and enhancements to product within specific specifications/implementations

 

09/11 – 03/12, BETSS-C Installer

Strategic Produces and Services (SPS), Parsippany, NJ

(stationed: Afghanistan)

 

  • Evaluate, diagnose and maintain systems for electronic warfare at optimal capacity
  • Perform monthly Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on each Force Protection System (FPS) and its components, per operators manual
  • Provide group training to 25 soldiers during Relief In Place/Take Over of Authority (RIP/TOA); Provide training to soldiers for operation of the Sensor Systems
  • Troubleshoot systems to find faults and repair; Follow troubleshooting procedures; Document incidents and forward monthly to maintenance personnel
  • Maintain log of completed work for repairs and reacquisition process, in Theater and AOR, for faulty equipment during PMCS
  • Perform weekly operator maintenance tasks – QA/QC installations of systems, inventory, collection of serial numbers and upgrades from 601 Alpha to 601 Charlie
  • Work in conjunction with the unit commander on the ground to ensure all the unit’s requirements for the Sensor Systems are met
  • Experienced in US operation centers in Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) 04/09-04/10 & 09/11-present; Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) 08/04-01/05 & 05/11-09/11

 

04/11 – 09/11, Outside Plant (Fiber Optic / Copper Line Technician)

International Telephone & Telegraph (ITT), White Plains, NY

(stationed: FOB Speicher, Iraq)

 

  • Install fiber and copper wiring in outside manholes, ground, or aerial locations; teams of 1- 5 technicians
  • Installed nine ADNs via Fiber to expand Iraq’s Fiber ring from Kuwait to Turkey
  • Performed Mid-Line fusion Splices into Coyote Kits
  • Premise Installer for copper/fiber optic in buildings with Ethernet (Cat5&5e) and Multi-Mode Fiber weekly
  • Install / work in manholes and conduit ducting systems to install, pull, and test fiber optic, copper, and coaxial cabling (144 strands) up to distances of 1,200 meters
  • Terminate, splice, test, maintain, and repair fiber optic (including fusion splicing), copper, and coaxial cabling – Install interior fiber, copper, and coaxial cabling
  • Assist Network Administrators: remove, replace, and configure 6500 series switches weekly

 

08/09 – 03/10, Electronic Technician

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), Falls Church, VA

(stationed: Afghanistan)

 

  • Maintain 30 sites of US Marines Ground Based Operational Surveillance System (GBOSS) Cameras via Ethernet, Fiber & RF (Radio)
  • Troubleshoot Ethernet, Fiber, RF Signal, Network monthly
  • Ensure IP addresses correct between Radios & Ethernet over Static and DHCP
  • Install fiber optic modems, multiplex equipment, patch panels, main and intermediate distribution frames, lightning protection, and supporting ground and power connections for each set-up
  • Install cabinets, cable ladder and rack systems, and equipment components in cabinet for 30 sites
  • Operate heavy equipment to include: cable reel trucks, trenchers, backhoes, chiselers, bobcat, 20k all-terrain forklift for each splice or lay
  • Heavy equipment operator for creating access to buried communication cable and digging/chiseling trenches
  • Install and operate sensor systems assigned to GBOSS and Rapid Aerostat Initial Deployment (RAID) as outlined by the Unit Commander assigned at each Area of Responsibility (AOR) quarterly
  • Advise Unit Commander on feasibility, functionality and capabilities of Sensor Systems assigned to the AOR quarterly
  • Operate GBOSS Surveillance and Protection Systems, (e.g. RAID, Cerberus, Tactical Automated Security System (TASS) Annunciators, Unattended Ground Sensors, Thermal Imagery, Ground Surveillance Radar, Close Circuit Television, Command and Control Systems) in order to provide operational subject matter expertise to the operator training.

 

09/98 – 08/08, Aerospace Maintenance Craftsman

United States Air Force, Active / Reserve 

 

  • Test, upgrade, and troubleshoot systems for Radar, Guidance and Control, Communications (UHF/VHF), and ECM [(Electronic Counter Measures (Chaff and Flare)] Systems on the E-3 (AWACS); Systems over Ethernet and Fiber
  • Install antennas/sensitive monitoring equipment on E-3 AWACS (Electronic Warfare Aircraft)
  • Manage over $385M of inventory; procurement; reconciling discrepancies
  • Install and configure 31 computers for inflight users
  • Advise on maintaining, servicing, inspecting aircraft and aerospace problems; use technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems. Interprets and advises on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft
  • Read and interpret wiring diagrams, design documents, schematic flow charts, manuals and drawings to guide and complete repairs/upgrade projects, as team lead and member
  • Responsible for interpreting circuitry design, schematics and manuals to create routine/specialized testing for aircraft and equipment, included equipment calibration
  • Tests repaired components; adjusts, aligns, rigs, and calibrates aircraft systems; perform engine run-up, weight and balance functions; jack, tow, and service aircraft
  • Inspects aircraft structures, systems, and components; perform aircraft / component inspections; interprets inspection findings and determines corrective actions
  • Inspects / checks components for clearances, tolerances, proper installation, and operation; powered and non-powered aerospace ground equipment; identifies aircraft corrosion for prevention / correction; reviews maintenance forms, aircraft records, and reports to ensure documentation; inventory and maintain alternate mission equipment
  • Perform as production supervisor, flight chief, expediter, crew chief, aero repair, support, and maintenance functions.
  • Coordinates maintenance plans and assists in launching and recovering aircraft; review maintenance data collection summaries; determine trends / production effectiveness; perform crash recovery duties
  • Other functional job titles: Aircraft Engine Specialists (OES 85326); Aircraft Mechanics (OES 85323), Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians (ONET 49-3011.00), Airframe-and-Power-Plant Mechanic (DOT 621.281-014); First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers (ONET 49-1011.00), and Supervisor, Aircraft Maintenance (DOT 621.131-014)

 

08/07 – 08/08, Reserve Staff Sergeant (E-5)

Aircraft General / Electronic Repair Mechanic (Aircraft Engine Specialist)

United States Air Force, Reserve, DS2, Robins AFB, GA

 

  • Responsible for Phase/ISO Inspections
  • Removed / replaced electric generators on C-130 Aircraft during monthly inspections
  • Rewired electrical systems for avionics C-130 Aircraft upgrades during quarterly inspections
  • Create and signed off Remedy Tickets for daily jobs

 

09/05 – 08/07, Staff Sergeant, (E-5), 2A571
United States Air Force, Active, Grand Forks Air Force Base, Grand Forks, ND

 

09/01 – 09/05, Senior Airman (E-4), 2A551L

United States Air Force, Active, Elmendorf Air Force Base, Anchorage, AK

 

05/00 – 09/01, Airman First Class (E-3), 2A551L

United States Air Force, Active, McConnell Air Force Base, Wichita, KS

 

12/99 – 05/00, Airman First Class (E-3), 2A531G
United States Air Force, Active, McConnell Air Force Base, Wichita, KS

 

02/99 – 12/99, Airman, (E-2), 2A531G

United States Air Force, Active, Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, TX

 

09/98 – 02/99, Airman Basic (E-1), 2A511G
United States Air Force, Active, Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 05/11 – present, Bachelor of Science in Information Systems & Security, Western Governors University, Salt Lake City, Utah (expected graduation: 06/13)
  • General Diploma, West Side High School, New York, NY

 

TRAINING / CERTIFICATION:

 

  • 2012, FCC w/General Radiotelephone Operator License
  • 2012, Aerostat 22M and 28M certified
  • 2011, Security+
  • 2011, MCITP
  • 2011, ITILv3
  • 2010, Certified Fiber Optic Technician (CFOT)
  • 2010, Advanced Fiber Optic Technician (AFOT)
  • 2009, Network, Ethernet and Fiber Certification (Redstone Arsenal, AL & Crane, IN)
  • 05/06 – 06/06, Certification, Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman, Heavy Aircraft, USAF
  • 05/06, Certification, Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman, Periodic/Isochronal Inspection, USAF
  • 2006, Documentation Management (technical orders, schematics, charts/logs/trees)
  • 2005, Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman, Transition, USAF
  • 2004, Electronic Craftsman, USAF
  • 05/02 – 02/04, Air Force Training Course, Paper-Based Exportable, USAF
  • 2003, Airman Leadership School, Leadership/Management, USAF
  • 2003, Trainer/Task Certifier (planning, scheduling, training, evaluation of training)
  • 08/01, Technical Aircraft Maintenance, Advanced Troubleshooting, USAF
  • 05/01, Technical Aircraft Maintenance, Multi-point, Re-fueling System (MPRS), Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman, USAF
  • 01/99, Aerospace Maintenance / Electronic Apprenticeship, USAF

 

TECHNICAL / COMPUTER SKILLS:

 

  • Desktops, Laptops, Tablets
  • Thermal and Laser printers
  • Microsoft Office, Visio, Project 2007; Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
  • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/GarfieldWarren
  • Twitter: #GarfieldWarren
  • Blog/Resume:  https://GarfieldWarren.wordpress.com/about

 

KEY SKILL WORDS: access, Acoustic, acquisition, Administrator, ADNs, Advise, AE, aerial, aerospace, aerostat, Afghanistan, AFOT, aircraft, Airframe-and-Power-Plant, Airman, airship, analysis, Annunciators, antennas, APTU, Arsenal, assess, avionics, AWACS, Battalions, BETSS-C, bobcat, briefing, C-130, cable, calibrates, Camera, capacity, Cat 5 & 5e, Cerberus, Certifier, CFOT, Chaff, charts, Circuit, coaxial, Command & Control, communication, component, computer, CON, conduit, configure, counter-IED, CRC, CSC, design, Desktops, DHCP, diagnose, diagram, distribution, DOT, DS2, Electric /electronic, Electro, engine, EO/IR, Ethernet, evaluation, expediter, fiber-optic, flight/support, FTS, fusion, GBOSS, generator, Governor, ground, Hardware, imagery, Infra-Red, Inspect, Install, insurgent, intelligence collection, Interpret, inventory, IP, ISO, ITILv3, ITT, Kits, Laptops, laser, Laser, Leader, Marines, MASINT, MCITP, Measures, Mechanic, mission, MM09/MM10/MM11, modems, mooring, MPRS, Multi-Mode, Multi-point, multiplex, MX-15HDi, MX15, Network, O&M, OEF, OES, OIF, ONET, operations, operator, optic, optical, oversight, payload, PGSS, PMCS, POI, Preventive, procedures, protection, Radar, Radio, RAID, reconnaissance, recovery/launch, Rewired, RF, rigs, ring, RIPTOA, schematic, Security, Sensor, splice, SPS, Static, surveillance, switches, system, Taliban, targeting, TASS, technician, Telegraph, Telemetry, Telephone, test, Thermal, tolerances, track, Train, trenchers, troubleshoot, UAS, UAV, UHF, upgrade, UTAMS, VHF, Visio, Vista, VoIP, warfare, Windows, wiring, XP

 



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