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Professional Experience Air Force

Orlando, Florida, United States
November 26, 2017

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Orlando, FL 32827


SUMMARY-Four years documented success in Metals Technology, assured, able to “think on my feet” under stressful conditions. Possess the ability to quickly master new job skills. I have strong analytical skills with exceptional attention to detail with prior Secret Security Clearance. Certified 6G Pipe Welder. 2+ years experience working for Offshore powerboat racing team.


Aircraft Metals Technology Journeyman

Performed machine and welding processes on aircraft; designed, manufactured, and modified special tools, gauges, and dies. Operated, inspected, and maintained metal-working machinery; performed welding operations to include brazing, soldering, metal inert gas, tungsten inert gas, electric arc welding, plasma arc cutting, and oxyacetylene welding. Performed heat treating, i.e., hardening, annealing, normalizing, and tempering various metals; utilized precision measuring tools to manufacture and inspect aircraft parts.

Refurbished 30 J-85 engine couplings, trained staff; saved $180K replacement cost. Repaired HC-130P vertical beam, aligned/drilled bracket to structure; averted 72-hour delay. Spearheaded HH-60G stabilizer bushing repair; local repair saved $264K/6 days. I maintained a Composite Tools Kit; tracked 2,881 items; 100% accuracy/accountability.

Aircraft Metals Technology Apprentice

Performed metal processing and machining operations; manufactured/modified special precision tools, gauges, and fixtures. Performed shop calculations; determined material requirements, cutting feeds and speeds, and machine settings. Utilized various metalworking machines to include mills, lathes, drill presses and saws; manufactured and repaired aircraft components and support equipment.

Modified/welded Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment torque test base; increased capabilities 12%. Manufactured HH-60G stab bushing installation tool; reduced maintenance time 50%. Repaired 10 T-38C boarding ladders, improved strength/stability; saved $3.7K. Designed/built oxygen/acetylene bottle rack; prevented catastrophic damage through three hurricanes. Lockheed Martin Assembler

I performed a variety of tasks, ranging from repetitive, to non-repetitive production assembly operations. Involved the following electronic, mechanical assemblies and subassemblies; such as modules, boards, panels, drawers, frames, and cables. Works from diagrams and drawings, makes initial layouts, and uses hand and/or power tools, jigs, and saws. Makes continuity checks on work in process and completed. I performed self-quality inspections on processing line in accordance with quality specifications. Performed disassembled, modify, rework, reassembled, and test experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications and under simulated conditions. Fabricator/Welder for BrewFab

I perform a variety of tasks, including the manufacturing and welding of stainless steel brewing equipment for the craft beer industry.

Offshore Racing Services

Fabricator/welder/machinist for powerboat racing team. Envolved in every aspect of a race team. Mechanics/ delivery of boats to and from events/races etc.


Aircraft Metals Technology Journeyman U. S. Air Force 2003 – 2007 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics 2008-Aug 2013

BrewFab May 2014-january 2015

Offshore Racing Services January 2015-Present


IMDS for Backshop OSHA Certified

Metals Technology Apprentice Essential Skills

Certified 6G Pipe Welder Pinellas Technical College (Applied Welding Technology) Certified TIG Welder (stainless steel)

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