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Technician Maintenance

Jacksonville, Florida, United States
February 01, 2018

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Jason V Anderson

14505 1st Ave.

Jacksonville, Fl. 32218




5880 Channel View Blvd

Jacksonville, FL 32226 United States

02/2016 - Present

Hours per week: 40

AAV Technician

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Maintain, diagnose, test and repair Amphibious Assault Vehicles. The Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV) repairer/technician, under supervision, performs basic automotive and hull

duties incidental to inspection, maintenance, and repair of the Assault Amphibious Vehicle family of vehicles. The

performs various duties incident to the inspection,

maintenance, and repair of the automotive and turret systems of the AAV. The AAV repairer/technician also

prepares, maintains, and supervises shop maintenance and management programs, and coordinates maintenance

and recovery operations according to grade.

AAV repairer/technician also completes basic shop administrative forms and records utilizing technical manuals.

Supervisor: David Dehart 904-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Ordnance Vehicle Technician Quality Assurance Inspector Ordnance Equipment inspection preventative maintenance and repair of Light Armored Vehicles, Amphibious Assault Vehicles, Abrham’s Tanks. and Towed Artillery Equipment also having utility systems, special hydraulics, pneumatic and mechanical systems features, and controls designed combat, logistical or special applications. licensed Journeyman Diesel Mechanic

Amphibious Assault Vehicle Subject Matter Expert Blount Island Command, Jacksonville, Florida Aug 1997 - Aug 2015 Troubleshoot maintain test and repair Amphibious Assault, Light Armored. And Abrahm’s Tank family of vehicles under difficult field conditions. Responsible for the Quality Assurance for the Ordnance Vehicles for the MPF Program Diesel engine and transmission preventative maintenance, and overhaul, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, systems

[AO-3 Weapons Elevator Technician U.S. Navy, USS George Washington(CVN-73) Jun 1991 - Jun 1995 Performed and test, inspect organizational level maintenance on shipboard weapons and cargo handling elevators on a system and equipment, such as controllers, sensors and switches, and electrical components of hydraulic/mechanical interfaces. the maintenance of 10 weapons/cargo elevators, 9 machinery rooms, 2 hydraulic power plants and 54 divisional spaces.

Diesel Mechanic U.S. Department of Labor 2011 - 2013 Licensed Journeyman in the preventative and correctional maintenance of various diesel engines

ISO 9001-2008 Lead Auditor 2011 - 2011 As ISO lead auditor, performed ISO audits, reported results with recommended remedies, and scheduled audits for other auditors. WELDER Experienced in aluminum welding and sheet metal fabrication along with machine shop experience

Referances David Veros 904-***-**** Steven Bentley 904-***-**** Richard Wallace 910-***-**** David Kelly 910-***-**** William McRay 703-***-****

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