Eugene w. Jones
Raeford NC ***16
Phone: 910-***-**** Email: email@example.com
OBJECTIVE To obtain a position that will effectively utilize my skills and experience in electronic, mechanical, and automotive equipment troubleshooting and maintenance.
Installed and operated radio set PRC-112, PRC-113, PRC-117, PRC-148, PRC-150, PRC-152, PRC-213, and VRC-104, PRC-119 and all the VRC-90 series SINCGAR radio systems
Supervise installation, operations, maintenance and trouble shooting procedures SB-22 and SB-993 switchboard
Fully knowledgeable on the FBCB2/BFT installment and trouble shooting procedures completed numerous software upgrades and classes
Managed a S-6 communication section which I was he NCOIC that consisted of 24 soldiers and equipment that were worth over1.5 million dollars
Maintain and installed numerous class-A telephone and STE cryptographic telephone system
Maintain and operated ANCD, SKL, KY-13, KY-18, KY-15, KY-57, KY-68, KY-99, KOV-14, STE telephone all are cryptographic secure equipment
Manage and supervise maintenance and operation of navigation devise PLUGGER AN/PSN-12 and the DAGER AN/PSN-13
Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) NCOIC for the BN in charge of all test measurement equipment for calibration that consisted of 564 pieces of equipment
Fielding and operation of KU band Satellite Command Post Node (CPN)
Hazard material handler qualified and responsible for packing and shipping of hazardous material
Testing of faulty radios with the PRM-34 and Grim
Manage and supervise maintenance, logistics, and production standards for communications equipment
Engineering and Professional Services, Field Services Inc., Fayetteville, NC 28314 May 09 – Present
Electronic Technician (SINCGARS)
Performs vehicle installations throughout the United States, of the Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS), the Enhanced Position Location Reporting System (EPLRS), the Near Term Digital Radio (NTDR), the Frequency Hopping-Multiplexer (FH-MUX), and the Precision/Precise Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR) system and installations. To include SINCGARS installation testing, preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair for communication systems and equipment. Applies comprehensive technical knowledge to solve complex problems by interpreting manufacturers’ manuals or similar documents for complex C4IEWS equipment. Applies the provisions of Army and National Security Agency regulations to the handling, accountability, and reporting of Controlled Cryptographic Information (CCI). Distinguishes between hardware and software problems in multi-vendor systems by completing projects using schematics or rough drawings and the use of applied electronic principles in order to properly troubleshoot systems. Reviews technical guidance, as required to perform and prepare equipment to be inventoried and transferred.
HQ, 407th Forward Support Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, NC Aug 04 – May 09
Supervise a 6-person staff of technicians in maintaining the communications systems and networks. Perform troubleshooting and repair of computers, telecommunications and peripheral systems. Test faulty equipment using precision test sets, diagnostic programs and technical manuals. Check connections, control panel wiring and data; analyze and interpret circuit diagrams, wiring diagrams, schematics and other technical literature. Replace faulty components such as circuit boards, internal and external connecting cables and other replaceable parts. Provide technical assistance and unit level training for communication and user-owned and operated communications equipment. Prepare maintenance and supply requests for unit level communications support. Responsible for $500,000 worth of electronic maintenance tools and shop equipment.
HQ, 1st Battalion, 319th Field Artillery Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, NC May 03 – Jul 04
Supervised a 12-person team of communications specialists in setting up, operating, training users, and maintaining more than 200 radios and other communications equipment valued over $1,000,000. Responsible for managing communications security and security devices for the organization. Supervised the communications section in establishing an extensive communications network during operations in Iraq. Provided security/safety training for the team, enabling them to serve as escorts for 15 combat convoys.
HQ, 3rd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, NC Oct 00 – Apr 03
Supervised a communications section with 13 specialists; responsible for the maintenance and operation of 75 tactical radio systems, two switchboards, and 50 computers valued at nearly $2,000,000. Integrated a long-range, HF communications system into the organization to provide additional command and control capability during combat operations in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom. Developed Standard Operating Procedures that improved effectiveness and efficiency of communications at the Tactical Operations Center in the field. Selected to serve as a Communications Observer-Controller-Trainer at the National Training Center in California for a month-long training cycle, preparing soldiers for duty in Afghanistan and Iraq. Supervised the fielding of new, multi-band tactical radios (PRC-148/MBITR) and installation of new software in 136 advanced single channel radios (ASIPS).
82nd Engineer Battalion, Bamberg, Germany Sep 96 – Sep 00
Responsible for providing reliable wire and wireless communications services to offices and mobile units throughout the organization. Supervised an 8-person team of specialists in maintaining 32 communications systems, 18 mine detectors, and other equipment valued over $1.6 million. Selected as maintenance chief for six armored command vehicles, preparing them for a major field training exercise in Germany. Additionally, inspected and serviced the radios and portable communications systems on 35 other vehicles in preparation for deployment to Kosovo. Effectively maintained a communications network for a 600-man peacekeeping task force deployed to six base camps in Bosnia.
307th Engineer Battalion, Fort Bragg, NC Dec 93 – Aug 96
Responsible for providing reliable wire and wireless communications services to offices and mobile units throughout the organization. Maintained accountability of over $500,000 worth of communications equipment. Achieved a superior 89% readiness rating on communications equipment after a major deployment; achieved a 100% rating in the communications shop on four consecutive Operational Readiness Surveys. Maintained wired telephone systems, the organization’s single channel radios, fax machines, and mobile telephones, as well as communications security devices.
(Active) Department of Defense: Secret Level Security Clearance.
Proficient in Microsoft Office software applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Internet Explorer.
North Central Institute, Clarksville, TN
Undergraduate Studies in Electronics, 45 semester hours
Georgia Military College, Milledgeville, GA
Undergraduate Studies, Science, .5.5 semester hours
Blue Force Tracking System (FBCB2-BFT), 32 hours, 2006
Computer User Security, 2006
Advanced Telecommunications Support Systems Supervisor, 531 hours, 2005
Observer-Controller Academy, 2001
Single channel Ground and Airborne Radio Systems Maintenance, 40 hours, 1996, 1992
Marine Corps Noncommissioned Officer Nonresident Leadership and Administration, 1995
Mid-Level Telecommunications Support Systems Supervisor, 416 hours, 1994
Army Infantry School Primary Leadership Development, 4 weeks, 1989
Combat Signaler/Wire Systems Installer, 360 hours, 1985
AWARDS FOR MERITORIOUS ACHIEVEMENT
The Combat Action Badge 1/319 Field Artillery July 2006
Bronze Star Medal, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, Dec 2002
The Army Commendation Medal, 82d Engineer Brigade, 1999
The Army Commendation Medal, 82d Engineer Battalion, Bosnia, 1997
The Army Commendation Medal, 307th Engineer Battalion, Jul 1996
The Army Commendation Medal, 307th Engineer Battalion, Mar 1996
The Army Commendation Medal, Army Infantry Center Military Police, 1993
The Army Achievement Medal, 307th Engineer Battalion, 1996
The Army Achievement Medal, 1-58th Infantry, Nov 1988
The Army Achievement Medal, 1-58th Infantry, Jun 1988