A&P Mechanic, Commercial Pilot, FAA Ground Instructor
Present Boeing P8-A Imat Team Nas Jax Fla
Provides instruction to the Navy on maintaining the P8 Maritime Patrol Aircraft.
02/2004 to01/2010 Jetpro Line Maintenance
Provides on call maintenance for major and commuter air carriers. Maintenance includes trouble shooting, repair and parts replacement on engine, flight controls, hydraulic, pneumatic, electric and avionics systems. Using techniques from type aircraft maintenance,and fault isolation manuals, corrective action is accomplished at the gate.
Type aircraft include B727,737,757,767,777,A319,A320 MD-80,88,DC9,
EMB145,175,190,CRJ100,700,ATR. Normal daily maintenance includes starter,CSD,bleed air/temp control valve, wheels and brake removal and replacement. With guidelines from the Minimum Equipment List, systems are downgraded as required to keep aircraft in service.
02/2000 to 02/2004; 40 hours per Week; Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic; $18 per Hour; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Airkaman of Jacksonville, Jacksonville International Airport; Victor Yates, 904-***-**** ; may contact supervisor.
Aircraft Mechanic for FAA Repair Station FLRSNM4R393M.Provides maintenance and avionics repair and upgrades on corporate aircraft. Comply with FAA Airworthiness Directives (AD) Notes as required. Maintains a fleet of quarter share corporate aircraft for Netjets and
Beechcraft. Comply with Pratt and Whittney hot section, and boroscope inspections. Aircraft types include Beech Jet, Falcon 2000, Lear 45, Beech King Air, Cessna 421,425, Cessna Caravan, Piper Navajo Chieftain,
Cessna 210,182,172,Piper Cherokee.
08/1999 to 01/2000; 60 hours per Week; Air frame and Power Plant Mechanic; $18 per Hour; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion Examiner Maintenance, Lindbergh Field San Diego, Ca; Gene Lundy, 858-***-**** ; may contact supervisor.
Provide on call maintenance for major air carriers and commuter airlines.Maintenance includes trouble shooting, repair and parts replacement on engine,flight controls,hydraulic,pnumatic,electric and avionics systems.Using techniques from type aircraft maintenance, and fault isolation manuals,corrective maintenance is accomplished on location at the gate.Type aircraft include B727,737,757,767,777
With guidelines from the Minimum Equipment List, systems are downgraded as required to keep aircraft in service.
12/1979 to 08/1999; 50 hours per Week; Aviation Structural Mechanic; 00-0000-E-6; last promoted 12/1993; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; United States Navy, Na Cecil, Nas Elcentro, Nas Miramar, Nas North Island, Nas Oceana;
Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on the A7E,S3A,B, C-130,E2C, and F14D aircraft. U.S. Navy Basic Instructor for Aviation Structural Mechanic for the E2C Pipeline averaging 64 students annually. Developed lesson guides for the E2C Hawk eye Environmental system. Supervised Quality Assurance Division Sea Control Squadron Forty-One including responsibility for 17 Quality Control Inspectors who performed Safe for Flight Inspections on the S3B aircraft. Worked hand in hand with NATEC in the trouble-shooting of repeat engine/apu bleed air leak problems. Worked with Lockheed Martin mod teams in the installation of the GPS system in the S3B aircraft, in process inspections. Developed improved trouble shooting procedures for ECS, Engine Bleed Air systems, which were approved by Wing and Navair. Aviation Gas Free Engineer S3B aircraft.
Quality Control Supervisor,San Diego, California(1997-1999)
Sea Control Squadron 41 NAS North Island. Managed a team of 17 peers overseeing Quality Control for the squadron.
Supervisor, Norfolk, Virginia(1994-1997)
Plane Captain Division Fighter Squadron 2.Supervised 34 personnel in a diverse environment with a variety of subordinate's skill levels.
Instructor, Miramar, California(1989-1994)
Airborne Early Warning 110.Served as an Aviation Structural Mechanic Instructor. Trained 64 students per year. Prepared and developed lesson guides.
Quality Control Representative, San Diego, California (1986-1989)
Anti-Submarine Squadron 37,Nas North Island. Quality Control Inspector.
Shop Supervisor, El Centro, California (1982-1986)
Attack Squadron 174, Led 8 subordinates and managed shop.
Technician, Jacksonville, Florida (1979-1982)
Attack Squadron 46, Technician Egress and Environmental Systems
EDUCATION Tallulah Falls School, Tallulah Falls Georgia; 1975 High School Diploma Aviation Maintenance Technology, San Diego, Ca; Specialist in Air frame and Power plant Certificate, 1994; 4.0 out of 4 Point GPA; 1800 Other Hours Mesa College, San Diego Ca; No Degree in Aviation Management, 1993; 3.0 out of 4 Point GPA; 36 Semester Hours Mesa College, San Diego Ca; No Degree in 36 Semister Hours towards Associate Degree, 1993; 3.0 out of 4 Point GPA; 36 Semester Hours Florida Community College, Jacksonville, Fla; Specialist in Certified Welding Certificate, 1977; 3.0 out of 4 Point GPA; 40 Other Hours
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING Aviation Maintenance Technology Santee Ca, FAA Air frame and Power plant Certificate. Mesa College SDSU San Diego,Ca 36 credit units Aviation Management. Florida Community College, Jacksonville Fla, Certified Welding Certificate
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES/CERTIFICATES FAA Air frame and Power plant Certificate, Commercial Pilots License ASEL Instruments, Certified Welding Certificate
PROFESSIONAL RATINGS, AWARDS, AND RECOGNITIONS Navy Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Golden Wrench Award
OTHER INFORMATION PC literate
MILITARY SERVICE INFORMATION
U.S. Active Duty: 12/1979 to 08/1999 - U.S. Navy
Campaign badges and/or expeditionary medals received: Navy Expedition Medal, National Defense medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Service Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal (4)
Retirement Rank: E-6. Date: 08/31/1999
Percentage of service connected disability 0 %
ADDITIONAL DATA SHEET Wyatt G Upshaw 1. Appointment Eligibility:
Executive Order 12721
Veterans Recruitment Appointment and/or 30% or More Disabled Veteran
Veterans Employment Opportunity Act Eligible
2. Citizenship: Yes 3. Appt Preference:
Not interested/available in any of the above types of positions - only want permanent full time
4. Willing to Travel: 6 or More Days 5. Vet Preference: 5-Point Preference 6. Low Salary Accept: $35,000 7. Qualified Typist: Yes 8. Birth Date: **None Specified 9. Geo Preference: AZ, Yuma ; CA, Miramar ; CA, San Diego ; FL, Jacksonville ; FL, Mayport
RACE/ETHNIC STATUS: Identity Pending SEX: Male
COMPLETED AVIATION FACTORY SCHOOLS
Beach Jet 400A Flight Safety AirKaman Jax Fla
Airbus 319/320 JettPro Jax Fla
CRJ-700-900 JettPro Jax Fla
P-8A Boeing Seattle WA