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A & P Mechanic and Avionics Technician

United States
December 14, 2011

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Avionics Technician/ A & P Mechanic, Bombardier Hartford Service Center (KBDL)

November 2011 – Present (2 months) Bombardier Hartford Service Center

Challenger program, phase inspection and discrepancies, A & P and Avionics.

A & P Mechanic, Standard Aero (KSPI)

May 2011 – November 2011 (7 months) Standard Aero, Springfield, IL (KSPI)

A & P Mechanic, Falcon 900 and Cessna C650 phase inspections and discrepancies.

A & P Mechanic, Line, Mesaba Airlines (KMEM)

March 2011 – May 2011 (3 months) Memphis International Airport

Saab 340 Line Maintenance


Saab SF340 GEN FAM (80 Hour).

Goods Dangerous Cat 2 - 2 hours

Human Factors - 2 hours

HazCom for Maintenance - 8 hours

Confined Space Entry - 1 hour

Runway Incursion Class - 2 hours

CAT II Qualification/Awareness Class - 2 hours

AMT Indoc - 24 hours

Avionics Technician, AAR Corp (KOKC)

January 2011 – March 2011 (3 months) Will Rogers Intl. Airport, Oklahoma City, OK

C check functional checks, routine, and non-routine work cards. MD-80s, CRJ 200 and 700s. Wing Leading Edge Bleed Air Temp Sensor Mod, CRJ 200s and 700s,


AMT Indoc - 16 hours

Human Factors - 7 hours

Avionics Technician, Pemco Air Services (KDHN)

October 2010 – January 2011 (4 months) Pemco Air Services, Dothan, AL (KDHN)

Boeing 757-200 Cargo Door Mod (Pemco ‘Combi’) Removal and installs per SIE STC, plus C check work cards. MD-80, non-routine works cards on C check reassembly.

Avionics Technician, Boeing South Carolina

August 2010 – October 2010 (3 months) Charleston, South Carolina

787 Dreamliner midsection, Cell 30 assembly - Wire harness installation

Class and lab instruction:

Certification for Sealing Essentials - 8 hours

Fay and Prepack Sealing - 8 hours

Bonding and Grounds - 8 hours

Certification: Terminal installation of ground studs, Installation of ground studs on metal, direct ground stud installation, driven rivet electrical bonding, ground block installation, electrical faying surface bonds, electrical bonding of receptacles, dual hole terminal direct ground stud installation. - 16 hours

Avionics Technician/ A & P Mechanic (KBLV)


February 2008 – July 2010 (2 years 6 months) Mid American Airport, Mascoutah, IL (Scott AFB)

Navy T-39 (Sabreliner G & N) ACI Program; Complete Rebuild (A&P and Avionics) Including all systems electrical installation & check out, all nav/com systems install and checkout, Appendix E Altimeter and transponder certification, fuel quantity system calibration, autopilot function check.


Aerial and Scissors Lift Safety

Perform Correspondence of the Air Data Computer: IAW Part 43, Appendix E

Certify (Pilot’s/Co-Pilot’s) Altimeter: FAR 91.411, IAW Appendix E of Part 43

Certify Transponder: FAR 91.413, IAW Appendix F of Part 43

Certify integrity of Pitot/Static System: IAW FAR 25.1325(c)(2)

Avionics Technician (KALN)

Premier Air

April 2007 – June 2007 (3 months) St. Louis Regional Airport, Bethalto, IL

Falcon 50 Proline 21 mod

Avionics Technician (KSPI)

Landmark Aviation

October 2006 – April 2007 (7 months) Capital Airport, Springfield, IL

Falcon 10, 20, 50 , 90 Aircell, Proline 21 mod

Avionics Technician, Shift Lead (KSTL)

Trans States Airlines

June 2005 – March 2006 (10 months) Lambert International Airport, St. Louis, Mo

Embraer 145 52 aircraft Avionic T/S & Repair, Mods; @ base & road trips.

Jetstream 4100 15 aircraft Avionic T/S & Repair, Mods; @ base & road trips

Avionics Shift Lead

HVAC Service Technician and Installer

DOW Heating and Air Conditioning

November 2001 – June 2005 (3 years 8 months) Millstadt, IL

I have done residential/commercial heating and cooling as a backup occupation since 1998. It fit well with the A & P training and brazing and electrical skills I already had. I would estimate I have done over a thousand repairs and installations. The largest units would be rooftop 25 ton AC/heating units, down to small window air conditioners. The last project I did was a 50,000 sq. ft. addition for a church auditorium. There were a total of 12 rooftop units, 100 tons of AC total, from 5 ton to 25 ton units, plus ducting internally.

Avionics Installer

Midcoast Aviation

August 2000 – November 2001 (1 year 4 months) Parks Downtown St. Louis Airport, Cahokia, IL

Obtained FCC General License

Extensive training for avionics install

Obtained Clearance for C-20 program

Aircraft Customer ID Number Systems

G-III ARMY * 870139 Yorktown GWPS, SATCOM,


Falcon 900 N142B S/N 59 WXR (Honeywell Primus 880)

G-IV MARINES * 165153 S/N 1200 DME

ATC-TDR Rack & Antenna

SATCOM antenna


G-IV Tesslar Aviation N93AT S/N 1020 EGPWS

G-IV Flight Options N981SW (old#) RTU



F50EX Air Products N345AP S/N 254 EGPWS

CL601-3R Union Pacific N601CL S/N 5128 Digital Flight Data Recorder

F10 Atlantic Aviation N163AO TCAS

G-IIB ElPaso Energy N955CC S/N 054 WXR, ENT, TAWS, MFD,


Radio Altimeter, FMS,


Required C-20 Program clearance from DOD

Overnight A & P Mechanic


May 2000 – August 2000 (4 months) University of Illinois Willard Airport, Savoy, IL

ATR-42 (American Eagle Aircraft) LC1, LC2 Overnight Checks, Maintenance as Reqd

American Eagle Indoc, - 1 week @ Dallas-Fort Worth

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