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Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
October 16, 2016

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George D. Townsend

*** ***** ****** *****, ******** Beach, Virginia 23452


Summary of Qualifications:

U.S. Navy trained technical leader with over 20 years of progressive experience in operational support on multiple platforms, troubleshooting, repair and replacement of power distribution, fight control, fuel management, and landing gear systems in support of operations, shipboard operations, and instructing.

Over 15 years’ expertise in upper level Line Operations Supervision, Logistical Operations, Quality Assurance Administration, Manpower Administration, Safety, and Hazardous Material Management.

OSHA 10 hour certified.

Formal training includes: over 1000 hours (aircraft level repair), 700 hours of leadership training, and over 500 hours of safety training.

First Line Leadership Development Program

Strong critical thinking, problem solving, research, and liaison skills.

Consistently recognized for communication skills, flexibility, and leadership abilities.

Qualified Master Training Specialist.

Skilled in reading schematics and using multiple types of test equipment.

U.S. Department of Defense SECRET security clearance completed in April 2007.

Proficient in Microsoft Office suite.

U.S. Navy Experience: January 1994 – January 2014

Line Operations Supervisor

Conducted daily production meeting to determine department schedule, sequences, and assignments for work activities based on work priority, quantity of equipment, and skill of over 140 personnel.

Inspect and monitor work areas, examine tools and equipment, and provide employee safety training to prevent, detect, and correct unsafe conditions or violations of procedures and safety rules. Examine objects, systems, facilities and analyze information to determine needed installations, services, or repairs.

Coordinate and prioritize logistical part procurement between shipboard and shore based facilities.

Research parts and equipment using multiple databases, One Touch websites, and other military websites to determine the best logistical route to procure and track parts for equipment that need repair or replacement.

Representative between defense contractors and the command to coordinate contract work between Navy and civilian personnel for aircraft repair scheduling, equipment repair, and logistics.

Maintenance Supervisor / Quality Assurance Representative / Technician

Work center 220 Leading Petty Officer

Supervised 60 technicians over three different work centers in scheduled and unscheduled maintenance component level maintenance repairs to aircraft.

Scheduled and performed audits for maintenance and administrative work centers ensuring program managers are following current Naval Aviation Maintenance Program instructions and managing within OSHA/DoD guidelines.

Conducted departmental safety inspections for personal protective equipment and emergent safety equipment i.e. Eye Wash Stations, emergency showers, and alarms.

Evaluated localized testing procedures for departmental personnel qualifications to include support equipment operators and collateral duty inspectors that allow work center personnel to inspect and certify repaired equipment.

CNATTU Instructor C-2A aircraft electrical equipment and instruments November 2004-2007

Work center 220 Leading Petty Officer

Inspected, repaired, or replaced wires and connectors on electrical, fight control and fuel management systems, and equipment along with troubleshooting and repairing system wire harnesses connecting electrical components using technical publications, schematics and test equipment to include meters and oscilloscopes.

Troubleshot and repaired communication and navigation systems, computer systems, fuel quantity management systems, flight control, and landing gear systems on C-2A and E-2C/D aircraft utilizing publications and technical drawings.

Master Training Specialist / Instructor

Managed a diverse team of 10 instructors in the delivery of over 10,000 course hour training 100 plus technicians completing required training on time and reducing total time to train cost by 45,000 dollars.

Hand selected to coordinate multiple training sites with government contractors to develop and implementation of C-2A technical training courseware lessons responsible for military training, and mentoring of students of multiple training sites.


•Bachelor’s Degree Criminal Justice/Homeland Security Saint Leo University

•United States Military Apprenticeship Program (Aircraft, Electrician).

•Journeyman Electrician, (AIRCRAFT MFG, AIR TRANS), DoD CFC/HCFC Refrigerant

•OSHA 10-hour Marine course.

•E-2C Wing Maintenance Course.

•E-2CAviation Electrical Instruments Systems Initial and Career Courses.

•C-2A Aviation Electrical Instruments Systems Initial and Career Courses.

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