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Radar Repair Electronics Technician

Location:
Alexandria, Virginia, United States
Posted:
February 12, 2019

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JACOB TUCK

Army National Guard Radar Repairer

CAREER SUMMARY

* ***** ** ********** ** a radar repairer. Utilized field test equipment, multi-meters, power meters, oscilloscopes, technical manuals, schematics, and Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals to troubleshoot, test, and repair faulty equipment in both field and controlled environments. Trained and supervised lower level technicians. Instructed operators on preventative maintenance procedures. Received multiple awards for outstanding service in support of Operation Noble Eagle. Possess an active Department of Defense Secret clearance.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Radar Repair Technician February 2018- January 2019

US Army, National Capitol Region

Volunteered for an additional tour in support of Operation Noble Eagle with the South Carolina National Guard. Supervised and guided lower level technicians. Repaired military equipment in controlled and field environments. Used out of the box solutions to repair and maintain government equipment. Reported directly to military officers and warrant officers. Trusted with millions of dollars’ worth of radar parts, tools and equipment. Trusted with handling classified information on many different occasions. Operated government owned vehicles.

Radar Repair Technician March 2017- February 2018

US Army, National Capitol Region

Volunteered for active duty in support of Operation Noble Eagle, an active national security mission in the Washington DC area. Provided 24-hour support on multiple AN/MPQ-64A3 Sentinel radar systems. Worked with multiple government entities in the Joint Air Defense Operation Center to provide continuous operation of radar systems in support of national defense. Worked with government contractors from Raytheon, Booz Allen, and MIT Lincoln Labs. Regularly worked in harsh conditions, worked on towers and other elevated locations. Traveled to multiple locations around the country for national security.

Radar Repairer August 2015- March 2017

North Dakota Army National Guard, Grand Forks, ND

Completed work orders and performed preventative and scheduled maintenance on multiple radar systems. Troubleshot and repaired radar problems using schematics and technical manuals. Cross trained on military equipment including but not limited to diesel generators and diesel trucks.

Trainee October 2014 – July 2015

US Army OMEMS, Lawton, OK

Trained on analyzing, building, and testing analog and digital electronics systems. Became proficient in reading schematics and technical manuals, operating electronic test equipment and troubleshooting repair and maintenance of radar systems. Established safety-based operational procedures. Conducted component and systems testing and measurements. Performed organizational, direct, and general support maintenance on various systems including AN/TPQ-36 and AN/TPQ-37 firefinder radar systems, AN/MPQ-64 Sentinel radar system, AN/TPQ-50 Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar.

EDUCATION

Certificate of Training, Radar Repair Course, Field Artillery School at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, Lawton/Ft. Sill, OK, 2015

Central High school, Grand Forks, ND 2014



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