RICHARD L. LEHMANN
MANAGER OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT / PHYSICAL SCIENTIST
Instructional Design and Technology / Document Control Management / Patent Drafting / Logistics Analysis / Project Management / Technical Documentation / Environmental Studies
Subject matter expert with significant experience in designing and presenting workshops and seminars for environmental and tactical training programs for active and reserve military. Wrote, edited, and updated training and research manuals. Broad interests and experience in physical sciences. Drafted US and International Patents in alternative energy production and control.
- Researched and wrote acoustic/environmental reference manuals used in training courses US Navy service-wide.
- Developed and presented ocean environment training, receiving formal recognition.
- Created well received, highly adaptable spot-training modules, funded and presented at remote sites in the US.
Provide experience in solutions to educational development issues. A conceptual thinker who grasps technical matters quickly. An effective public speaker who easily wins people’s confidence. Motivates students by simplifying complex problems and communicates well across all levels of personnel. Troubleshooter/problem solver who is verbally persuasive and can synthesize diverse ideas. DOD Secret Level security clearance for over thirty years. (Clearance expired August 2013).
Substitute Teacher/Long Beach School District: High School and Middle School classes.
Senior Logistics Engineer/ eVenture Technologies Ltd (subsidiarity of CACI): Supported development of initial logistics documentation for US Navy Future Personnel and Pay Solution (FPPS) system.
Patent Writer/Technical Editor: Linear Power, Ltd. Wrote and edited numerous US and International patents for innovative alternative energy system designs, including work in solar, geothermal, ocean wave, and wind power.
Logistics Staff Analyst, ARINC Engineering Services: Provided training and tactics support to contracts in Expeditionary Engineering Division for US Navy Littoral Combat Ship development.
Ocean Projects Manager/Physical Scientist, US Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Professional Development Center (NMOPDC) and Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO): Designed, developed, and presented curriculum for tactical decision-making processes for anti-submarine warfare while addressing ocean environmental needs. Lead source and writer in development of acoustic chapters of training manuals. Represented multiple Naval Commands as a subject-matter expert.
Electrical Engineer, Wyle Laboratories; Supported development and construction of Rail Dynamics Laboratory at Transportation Test Center near Pueblo, Colorado. Also, served as Senior Solar Technician for an eight-state region in federal contract to establish solar application viability for home, business, and federal government construction.
AAS - Engineering in Electronic Technology, Mesa College.
BA - Geography/Environmental Studies, Geology minor, University of Colorado.
MA - completed coursework in MA, Geography/Geology/Oceanography, including 35 Hrs. of Graduate Studies, University of Colorado and the University of Southern Mississippi.
Nuclear Reactor Operator/Electronic Technician, US Navy, Qualified as Nuclear Reactor Operator in Submarines, Qualified in Submarines.
Mississippi High School Football Official, Performed on-field for eight seasons as Back Judge for Pee-Wee, Middle School, Junior-Varsity, and Varsity games and scrimmages.
Long Beach High School, Provide volunteer services for Varsity Football team as Lead Equipment Manager.