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Systems Mechanical

Albany, GA
20.00 hr
April 21, 2016

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Sylvester Ga 31791


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Summary of Qualifications

More than twenty-five years of global working experience in the field of heavy mechanics and

impressive knowledge of vehicle electrics, hydraulic suspension, and fuel systems with an

expert ability to find and correct and troubleshoot system issues and problems. Recognized for

demonstrating above-average mechanical aptitude, ability to learn and master new technologies,

and attention to detail and work quality. Areas of expertise include:

Troubleshooting System Issues

Overall Vehicle Mechanics Knowledge

Employee Management

Military and Civilian Vehicle Knowledge

Effective Communication Skills

Highly Flexible Mechanical Abilities

Wide Range of Talents and Work History

Problem Solving

General Mechanical Skills

Intermediate Computer Knowledge

Professional Experience

AECOM – Current contractor URS

US Marine Logistic Base, Albany GA February 2010-oct 2015

Machine Shop (Tap shop)

Heavy Equipment Mechanic

•Trouble shoot and repair mobile air compressors

•Trouble shoot and repair multi-tongue forklifts, MTVR’s, Buffalos, Cougars, LAV, AAV-P-7

•Drill out broken bolts

•Any and all other repairs as required

Trouble shoot hydraulic systems, steering, drive trains, charging systems, cooling systems, repaired and replaced as needed, used hydraulic jacks pressure gauges, multi meters, and test lights.

First Student-Cincinnati, Ohio August 2010-November 2010

School Bus Mechanic

•Serviced and repaired a variety of county school buses

•Trouble shoot and repair break system (air & hydraulic)

•Electrical Systems-trouble shoot and repair

•Any and all other repairs as required

Trouble shoot drive trains, electrical systems, hydraulics trouble shoot brake systems, repaired and replaced brake chambers, airlines, air compressors, brake shoes, injecion pump, hydraulic cylinders to include full servicing of vehicles, equipment used, air hand tools, impact air hammers, grinders, drill, jacks, hydraulic gauges, test lights, multi meters, circuit testers, fuel presser gauges.

Brown International – Ft. Riley, Ks. /Ft. Carson, Co. October 2009 Present

Heavy Equipment Mechanic

•Serviced and repaired all types of APC series tracks to include M113A3, M1064A3, M577A3, and

M1068A3 for the fielding team and the LBE team.

Replaced track, replaced final drives removed and replaced packs, trouble steering systems, replace road wheels, and trouble shoot suspension systems and repaired as needed, trouble shoot heating and cooling systems and replaced or repaired as needed, throuble shoot charging systems and repaired as needed. Tools and equipment used air hand tools various, gauges of different type jacks, overhead chains, porta powers, multi meters test lights

Lear Siegler, Inc. – Ft. Polk, La. October 2008 January2009

Wheel Vehicle Mechanic

•Service and repairs of all HMMV (Humvee), PLS (Palletized Loading System), HEMTT (Heavy

Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck), HET (tank transporter), and various trailers and forklifts which

Includes 10 (Vehicle Inspections) level, 20 (Basic Mechanical Repairs and Replacements), and 30

(Troubleshoot, identify and repair issues with major vehicle systems) level.

Lear Siegler, Inc. – D4Falcon, Iraq October 2007 – October 2008


Preble Shawnee High School – Camden, OH 1980


Department of the Army – Ft. Bragg, NC 1980

Wheeled Vehicle Mechanics – 192 Hours of Instruction1520 Kensington Road, Suite 311 ■ Fayetteville Technical Institute – Fayetteville, NC 1980

Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic – 192 Hours of Instruction

Department of the Army – Ft. Dix, NJ 1980

Fayetteville Technical Institution – Fayetteville, NC Dec. 1980

Automotive Mechanics - 192 Hours

Power Generation and Wheeled Vehicle Mechanics Course MOS 63B 10

Department of the Army – Ft. Bragg, NC 1982

Leadership Course – 105 Hours of Instruction

Central Carolina Technical College – Ft. Bragg, NC 1982

Small Gas Engine Repair – 36 Hours of Instruction

NAPA – Hinesville, GA 1991

Heavy Duty Air Brakes System Maintenance Training Class: 6, 7, and 8 Braking Systems

MAC Automotive College – Hinesville, GA 1992

Ford ECC IV CFI/EFI, DIS/EDIS, and Drivability Diagnostics

DYNCORPS Training School – Baghdad, Iraq 2008

MRAP Training Completed – 40 Hours of Instruction and Hands-on Training

Personal and professional references and Curriculum Vitae (CV)

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