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Jacksonville, FL
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May 19, 2020

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CORNELIUS F. WILLIAMS

** **** *** ******

Jacksonville, Florida

32206

904-***-****

addbxc@r.postjobfree.com

A highly organized, detail oriented and dependable Aircraft Mechanic with over 20 years of experience. A highly organized, detail oriented and dependable Aircraft Mechanic with over 14 years of experience.

QUALIFICATIONS

Seasoned military and commercial experience performing structural; manufacturing; modifications

and repairs to UH-60; H-53 helicopter; C-130 cargo; F/A-18; F-15; E-2C; Gulfstream 300, 400 and

500; Boeing 707, 727 and 737; DC-9 and DC-10 aircraft’s components, parts and assemblies.

Adept at creating layouts in accordance with work documents; technical orders; engineering orders blueprints and instructions.

Highly capable of fabricating sheet metal parts using hand and power tools.

An expert in the safety procedures and operation of power saws; shears; rollers and brakes.

Certified in Cold Work and Hole Quality.

PROFESSIONAL HISTORY

Dynamic Aviation (Aerotek)

Bridgewater, Virginia

February, 2020-Present

. Performed heavy structural modification Dash-8 military type aircraft for Department of Defense (DOD). To include side Pods, rail mounts, resumes, antennas etc.

Spirit Aerosystems (Strom Aviation)

Wichita, KS.. September, 2019-January, 2020

Final delivery ( Rail Pit)

Duties performed:

. The reworking of mechanic related squawks and defects that have migrated from various backshops due to scheduling and lack of access due to aircraft tooling positioning. To incude:

Skin quality: the repairing of exterior and interior defects, such as the blending of scratches, gouges, nicks, and the removal of dents and bulges, while maintaining engineering specifications.

. Repairing of Deep and Shallow countersinking, using 1st, 2nd, and 3rd oversized processes, including different Fastener head designs.

. Removal and replacement of damaged fasteners, not exceeding limitations needing engineering dispositions.

. Non-conformance repair tags: repairs not able to be performed routinely, but require engineering dispositioning, and specifications.

Triumph Aerostructures (Johnson Service Group)

Assembler Riveter. June, 2019- September 2019

Assemble new Boeing 747 cargo doors using Boeing stage (2) fixtures. Duties include the build- up of frame assemblies, intercostals, and mid-spans, as well as the installation of the outer skin assemblies, seals and retainers, using pneumatic powered hand tools, floor squeezer, hole saws, and drill press.

Science and Engineering Services Inc.

Structural Installer June, 2017-Present

Performed heavy structural modifications on UH-60Ls received from the Army, then modified the to the current Air Force HH-60G configuration; a major engineering, modification and integration effort.

This effort comprises an extremely complex conversion requiring the incorporation of 72 airframe and avionics modifications.

H&B Motor Sales, Jacksonville, FL January, 2014 –June, 2017

Sales Manager

Meeting Sales Goals, as well as promoting sales output, mainly through the adjustment of prices due to competition, supply and demands. Managing sales personnel; maintaining all training programs, stressing the importance of having high rapport with customers.

Timco Aviation (Lake City, FL.) March, 2012- January, 2013

Structural Mechanic

Performed heavy C/D checks on United Airline A320 Aircraft; to include repair or replacement of longeron, ribs, spars, floor panels, and seat tracks. Also skilled in the implementation of the A320 cabin modifications.

Retired February, 2009- March 2012

Vought, Nashville, TN November 2008 – February 2009

Structural Mechanic/ Fabricator

Manufactured G-IV wing assembly for a Special Vought military project, using customized jig platforms, drill-aids, bushings, templates, quackenbush and peck drill application. Employed with Johnson Service Group (during strike).

Eclipse Aviation, Albuquerque, NM June 2008 – November 2008

Assembler/Riveter

Fabricated parts for noncompliant repairs using power brakes, pan brakes, rollers, radius blocks, V-blocks, molds, stretching and shrinking machines. Trained in hole quality, to include the ability to pull misaligned holes, as well as the installation of freeze plugs.

Assembled fuselage for the ECLIPSE 500 (VLJ) using hand and pneumatic tools. Engineered change orders and blueprints.

Science & Engineering Services, Huntsville, AL December 2007 – June 2008

Sheet Metal/Structural Mechanic

Installed structural modifications on UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters. Working directly with manufacturing engineers in building prototypes for EIBF, FLEER and Fifth Sensor electrical variations. Instrumental in assisting the design and installation of the first Army engineered approved EIBF filtering system modification for the BLACKHAWK headed to Iraq.

Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, Savannah, GA April 2007 – October 2007

Senior Structural Mechanic

Performed structural mechanic tasks on the G-IV series aircraft. Executed the installation of G-IV’s skins, ribs, longerons, stringers and brackets.

Kaman Aerostructures, Jacksonville, FL June 2006 - December 2006

H-60 Assembler Riveter

Manufacturing of the nose and cockpit sections for SH-60, BLACKHAWK helicopters, using blueprints and technical orders. Execution of the application of specific mod installations, as well as major rework from engineering dispositions.

The Boeing Company, Jacksonville, FL January 2006 - June 2006

F/A 18 Structural Mechanic

Installed electrical mods, with the required precision type removal of material rivets and parts. Ensured tasks, were to maintain close tolerance specifications, such as nominal hole size; edge distance and structural integrity.

Northrup Grumman Corporation, St. Augustine, FL August 2005 - November 2005

E/A-6B Structural Mechanic

Duties included the reading of blueprints and work orders used to perform rework and refurbishing techniques on canopies, slats and speed brakes. Performed cold working, heat treating, vacuum repairs, fiberglass and composite honey comb repairs.

Navy Aviation Depot, Jacksonville, FL November 2004 - June 2005

Structural Mechanic

Executed Structural Mechanic duties on F-18 Center Barrel change for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Tooled the aircraft for breakdown and disassembly, using jigs and stands supplied by the Boeing Company, St. Louis, MO, in order to separate the fuselage so that the center barrel could be removed and replaced. Worked under very precise and close tolerances. Removed and replaced bulkheads; longerons intakes and spars. Qualified in the performance of QA Acceptance Inspections of aircraft returning from depot level maintenance.

Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, Marietta, GA April 2003 - October 2004

F/A -22 Structural Mechanic/Final Assembler

Assembled specified design changes. Worked from blueprints and other authorized documents. Executed difficult structural pickup and rework such as removing, replacing and realigning ribs; bulkheads; stringers; and fittings in completed skin assemblies. Reformed, re-contoured and/or refitted to provide an acceptable assembly

The Boeing Company, Jacksonville, FL July 2002 - December 2002

F/A-18 Structural Modification Specialist

Disassembled and modified aircrafts for repairs. Reassembled complex parts and systems (bulkheads; spars; flaps; fuselage; skins; ribs and gussets). Executed layouts of jobs specified by technical data, engineering blueprints orders, changes etc.

NAS Naval Aviation Depot (NADEP), Jacksonville, FL November 2001 - July 2002

SH-60, F/A-18 Structural Modification Team

Performed depot level repairs - replacing the bulkheads; fabricating new ribs and stringers for splice repairs in number 3 fuel cell. Executed fabrication of new skins and doublers, such as, cockpit floors and access panels, etc. Performed sheet metal and fiberglass tasks by using a wide variety of assembly joints and complex fastening systems (both riveting and bonding types)

Highly skilled in the application of ALL F/A-18 airframe changes such as AFC 240; 243; 280; 173pt 2 etc.

Bombardier Learjet, Wichita, KS July 1999 - April 2000

Aircraft Assembler Riveter

Assembled LEAR 45 and LEAR 60 model corporate aircrafts. Performed sub and final assembly shop as a specialist in heavy riveting.

EDUCATION

Airframe Repair Specialist course (Certificate), US Air Force Chanute AFB, IL Airframe/Power Plant (Certificate), Missouri State University Warrensburg, MO William M. Raines High School (Diploma) Jacksonville, FL Keiser University (Criminal Justice Degree; graduation: June 2017) Jacksonville, FL

Work History

H&B Motor Sales, Jacksonville, FL January, 2014 – present Sales Manager Meeting Sales Goals, as well as motivating sales; establish and adjust prices due to competition, supply and demand. Manage sales personnel; maintaining rapport with customers; suggesting trade-ins; greeting drop-ins; responding to inquiries; recommending sales campaigns and promotions.

Timco Aviation (Lake City, FL.) March, 2012- January, 2013

Structural Mechanic

Heavy C/D checks on United Airline A320 Aircraft; to include repair or replacement of longeron, ribs, spars, floor panels, and seat tracks. Also skilled in the implementation of the A320 cabin modifications.

Retired March 2009 – February 2012

Vought, Nashville, TN November 2008 – February 2009 Structural/Fabrication Mechanic Manufactured G-IV wing assembly for a Special Vought military project, using customized jig platforms, drill-aids, bushings, templates, quackenbush and peck drill application. Employed with Johnson Service Group (during strike)

Eclipse Aviation, Albuquerque, NM June 2008 – November 2008 Assembler/Riveter Fabricated parts for noncompliant repairs using power brakes, pan brakes, rollers, radius blocks, V-blocks, molds, stretching and shrinking machines, etc. Pulled holes for repair, as well as installation of

Freeze plugs.

Assembled fuselage for the ECLIPSE 500 (VLJ) using hand and pneumatic tools. Engineered change orders and blueprints.

Navy Aviation Depot, Jacksonville, FL November 2004 - June 2005

Structural Mechanic

Executed Structural Mechanic duties on F-18 Center Barrel change for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Tooled the aircraft for breakdown and disassembly, using jigs and stands supplied by the Boeing Company, St. Louis, MO, in order to separate the fuselage so that the center barrel could be removed and replaced. Worked under very precise and close tolerances. Removed and replaced bulkheads; longerons intakes and spars. Qualified in the performance of QA Acceptance Inspections of aircraft returning from depot level maintenance.

Science & Engineering Services, Huntsville, AL December 2007 – June 2008 Sheet Metal/Structural Mechanic Installed ALL sheet modifications on UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters. Working directly with manufacturing engineers in building prototypes for EIBF, FLEER and Fifth Sensor electrical variations. Instrumental in assisting the design and installation of the first Army engineered approved EIBF filtering system modification for the BLACKHAWK headed to Iraq.

Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, Savannah, GA April 2007 – October 2007 Senior Structural Mechanic Performed structural mechanic tasks on the G-IV series aircraft. Executed the installation of G-IV’s skins, ribs, longerons, stringers and brackets.

Kaman Aerostructures, Jacksonville, FL June 2006 - December 2006

H-60 Assembler Riveter, Manufacturing of the nose and cockpit sections for SH-60, BLACKHAWK helicopters, using blueprints and technical orders. Execution of the application of specific mod installations, as well as major rework from engineering dispositions.

The Boeing Company, Jacksonville, FL January 2006 - June 2006

F/A 18 Structural Mechanic

Installed electrical mods, with the required precision type removal of material rivets and parts. Ensured tasks, were to maintain close tolerance specifications, such as nominal hole size; edge distance and structural integrity.

Northrup Grumman Corporation, St. Augustine, FL August 2005 - November 2005

E/A-6B Structural Mechanic

Duties included the reading of blueprints and work orders used to perform rework and refurbishing techniques on canopies, slats and speed brakes. Performed cold working, heat treating, vacuum repairs, fiberglass and composite honey comb repairs.

Education

Airframe Repair Specialist course (Certificate), US Air Force Chanute AFB, IL Airframe/Power Plant (Certificate), Missouri State University Warrensburg, MO William M. Raines High School (Diploma) Jacksonville, FL Keiser University (Criminal Justice Degree; graduation: June 2017) Jacksonville, FL

Navy Aviation Depot, Jacksonville, FL November 2004 - June 2005 Structural Mechanic Executed Structural Mechanic duties on F-18 Center Barrel change for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Tooled the aircraft for breakdown and disassembly, using jigs and stands supplied by the Boeing Company, St. Louis, MO, in order to separate the fuselage so that the center barrel could be removed and replaced. Worked under very precise and close tolerances. Removed and replaced bulkheads; longerons intakes and spars. Qualified in the performance of QA Acceptance Inspections of Major Bulkheads, Longerons, and other stress carrying sub-structures.

Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, Marietta, GA April 2003 - October 2004

F/A -22 Structural Mechanic/Final Assembler

Assembled specified design changes. Worked from blueprints and other authorized documents. Executed difficult structural pickup and rework such as removing, replacing and realigning ribs; bulkheads; stringers; and fittings in completed skin assemblies. Reformed, re-contoured and/or refitted to provide an acceptable assembly.

The Boeing Company, Jacksonville, FL July 2001 - December 2002 F/A-18 Structural Modification Specialist Disassembled and modified aircrafts for repairs. Reassembled complex parts and systems (bulkheads; spars; flaps; fuselage; skins; ribs and gussets). Executed layouts of jobs specified by technical data, engineering blueprints orders, changes etc.

NAS Naval Aviation Depot (NADEP), Jacksonville, FL November 2001 - July 2002 SH-60, F/A-18 Structural Modification Team

Performed depot level repairs - replacing the bulkheads; fabricating new ribs and stringers for splice repairs in number 3 fuel cell. Executed fabrication of new skins and doublers such as, cockpit floors and access panels, etc. Performed sheet metal and fiberglass tasks by using a wide variety of assembly joints and complex fastening systems (both riveting and bonding types)

Highly skilled in the application of ALL F/A-18 airframe changes such as AFC 240; 243; 208; 173pt 2 etc.

Bombardier Learjet, Wichita, KS July 1999 - April 2000 Aircraft Assembler Riveter Assembled LEAR 45 and LEAR 60 model corporate aircrafts. Performed sub and final assembly shop as a specialist in heavy riveting.

Education

Airframe Repair Specialist course (Certificate), US Air Force Chanute AFB, IL Airframe/Power Plant (Certificate), Missouri State University Warrensburg, MO William M. Raines High School (Diploma) Jacksonville, FL Keiser University (Criminal Justice Degree; graduation: June 2017) Jacksonville, FL



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