Hampton Virginia 23666
United States Navy: 2002-2010
NAVIMFAC PACNORWEST: January 2009 - November 2010 ESM and Radar technician
Performed work on BPS-15 and BPS-16 submarine radar systems, including slip ring
assemblies, alignments, and associated peripherals.
Issued and managed time limiting dosimeters for over 250 weapons repair department
Created, implemented, and oversaw an in-rate training program for 7 personnel working out
Work Center Supervisor in charge of scheduling and performing maintenance on 4 systems,
including EMSORT testing vans, IFF, BPS-15 and 16 radars.
Maintained a technical publicans library of 1300 classified and controlled books including
quarterly updates and inventory.
USS Vella Gulf (CG-72): December 2005 - December 2008 Work Center Supervisor
Completed 2 deployments as the Work Center Supervisor, responsible for training,
controlling work flow, and evaluation of 10 individuals.
Supervision of highly sensitive equipment including 3 signal processing cabinets, 4 final
power amplifiers, 6 driver pre-driver cabinets, 2 radio frequency monitors, 8 high voltage
power supplies, 2 cooling skids, 4 air pressure assemblies, and 4 phased array antennas.
Maintained a 100% accomplishment of preventive maintenance, with a documented
maintenance count of 67,200 man hours.
Supervised and coordinated a SPY sphere track exercise.
Obtained and installed over $6.4 million in parts ranging in scope of basic preventative parts
replacement to complete equipment cabinet replacement.
Presented more than 350 daily operations intelligence brief to ships officers, including
simulated threat preparation for various environments utilizing the Sliderule program and
Microsoft power point.
USS Vella Gulf (CG-72): December 2003 - December 2005 System Radar Technician
Troubleshot 543 documented system faults
Conducted 63 visiting boarding search and seizure missions on civilian vessels in the Persian
Gulf without incident or casualties.
Created and implemented combat systems operational sequencing system training program
allowing 200 ships personal to more comprehensively engage casualty control situations.
Ordered and cataloged a parts budget of over 1 million dollars a year.
Completed 1 deployment with successful 100% system operational time.
Advanced Electronics Technical Core (2003)
Fundamental understanding of basic electronic AC/DC theory, including troubleshooting techniques,
use of test equipment, safety procedures as well as analog and digital circuit structure and function.
Fire Control "A" school (2003)
Instructed in radio wave theory as well as maintaining and aligning radar systems. Trained on fire
control solution problems, servo and syncho operation. Used and interpreted technical manuals and
A/N SPY-1B(V) RADAR technician "C" school (2003)
Instructed on A/N SPY-1B(V)/D operation and maintenance for phased array radar; including back
plane troubleshooting techniques.
Security Reaction Force basic and advanced (2005)
Thoroughly trained at Blackwater Training Facility in security team leadership, weapons control and
safety. Learned detainment and transport procedures, deadly force continuum, and maintaining of fire
arms. Tactical operation of squads, breeching and entry tactics, and first line security measures.
Shipboard Gauge Calibration School (2005)
Instructed in removal and calibration of various pressure and temperature gauges and calibration
Wire Wrap School (2005)
Trained in proper backplane wire wrap procedures.
Olympic College (2010)
Earned 9 semester hours in electronics.
ECPI University (2011-current)
AWARDS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Navy Achievement Medal
Advanced to Petty Officer First Class
Active secret clearance
Global War on Terrorism Medal
Good Conduct Award (X2)
Sea Service Ribbon (X3)