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Mechanic, Quality Control Inspector, M1A1 M1A2 Sep V Tank.

Location:
Jesup, GA
Salary:
$25.00 hourly
Posted:
May 13, 2020

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Dennis Bolin

Jesup, GA *****

adc7fh@r.postjobfree.com

912-***-****

Work Experience

Quality Control Inspector MS2USA

MS2USA - Camp Arifjan, KW

March 2019 to June 2019

Quality control inspector M1A2 SEP/V. Responsible for initial TI's from warehouse to return to military readiness of 100% back to the United States Army to include ordering parts and responsible for the everyday progress of each vehicle assigned.

Mechanic

Landscaping Contractor Bolin's Botanicals - Jesup, GA July 2008 to March 2019

Jesup, GA July 2008 to March 2019

Generate proposals and work through bid processes with customers; develop and manage operating budget; manage and resolve client issues; assist in employee recruiting and hiring; manage and modify training processes and materials; manage inventory and employees; quality control Mechanic

Mechanic

TAC Worldwide/ BAE - Fort Riley, KS

March 2007 to June 2008

Fort Riley, KS March 2007 to June 2008

Ft. Benning, GA Relieved activated field artillery units sent to Iraq; maintained Howitzers, M109's and CATT's of 10-20-30 level repairs; replaced engines, transmissions and wiring harnesses; completed scheduled maintenance of 155mm. guns.

Mechanic

Mechanic

Defense Support Services

October 2005 to June 2006

October 2005 to June 2006

Responsible for preparing M1A1's and Bradley's for redeployment to Iraq; designated to troubleshoot, repair and make modifications to circuit cards, wiring harnesses and special cables; expert knowledge in the use of the Direct Support Electrical System Test Set; responsible for instructing and directly supervising incoming technicians.

Mechanic

Contract 6

Lear Siegler, Inc

December 2004 to July 2005

Ensured compliance with bringing M1A1's up to 10-20-30 standards; ordered and replaced various parts; pulled packs; split forward/rear mods and replaced; tested and repaired M1A1 turret components; replaced track, road wheels, sprockets and torsion bars. Mechanic

Lear Siegler, Inc

October 2003 to May 2004

Contract 5

Responsible for bringing various track vehicles up to 10-20-30 standards that were brought out of war stock to be shipped out to Iraq.

Mechanic

Lear Siegler, Inc - Fort Stewart, GA

February 2003 to October 2003

Contract 4

Responsible for bringing M1A1's up to 10-20-30 standards; order and replace various parts; pull packs; Split forward/rear mods and replace; repair and replace M1A1 turret components; replace track, road wheels, sprockets and torsion bars.

Mechanic

ITT

December 2002 to February 2003

Downloaded, verified and repaired 10-20 faults on M1A1's for ASP-5 in Kuwait that were being issued to soldiers for combat during Iraqi Freedom.

Mechanic

DYNACORN INTERNATIONAL - Charleston, SC

October 2002 to December 2002

Serviced and repaired M1A1's for the Military Command floating war ship in Charleston, S.C. Mechanic

Lear Siegler, Inc - Red River Army Depot, TX

March 2002 to October 2002

Contract 3

Brought M1A1's up to 10-20++ standards from the transfer of active duty to reserve components. Mechanic

Lear Siegler, Inc - Fort Stewart, GA

June 2000 to March 2002

Contract for M1A1's: Brought vehicles up to 10-20 standards for units that were deployed to Bosnia/ Kosovo.

Contract for AVLB's: Worked on the rebuild project for AVLB's and SEE vehicles rebuild program. Mechanic

Lear Siegler, Inc

March 2000 to May 2000

Teamed up with an electrical design engineer of the 60 K cargo aircraft loader to install emergency pumps on loaders for the US Air Force; was responsible for rewiring A1 circuit control boxes; modifying and installing hydraulic pumps; removing and installing cables; installing circuit/braker boxes; testing all electrical equipment prior to hook up; reading schematics; performed final test outs before returning equipment to the US Air Force.

Mechanic

Eagle Support Services - Fort Irwin, CA

September 1999 to February 2000

Was responsible for bringing 30 M1A1's & 18 M109's to 10-20 standards; ordered and replaced various parts; pulled packs; split forward/rear mods and replaced; repaired and replaced M1A1 turret components; replaced track, road wheels, sprockets and torsion bars. Driver/Warehouse

Ashland Chemical - Savannah, GA

October 1997 to August 1999

Delivered hazardous chemicals; loaded/unloaded trucks, railcars and tankers w/bulk and packaged hazardous material; repackaged hazardous material into 50 gallon drums responsible for cleaning hazardous spills; inventory; keeping log books current; operated forklift. Truck Driver

JB Hunt Trucking - Atlanta, GA

March 1996 to June 1997

Transported merchandise across U.S.; supervised loading/unloading of merchandise; responsible for systems checks/maintenance upkeep; extensive knowledge of DOT regulations. Education

Diploma in Management in Management

Central Texas College

1991

City Colleges of Chicago

1990

High school or equivalent in General

New Bedford High School - New Bedford, MA

1985

Skills

• Quality control, Maintenance, Quality Inspector

Military Service

Branch: United States Army

Rank: SGT



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