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Air Force Electrical

Springboro, OH
December 28, 2020

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Christopher L. Kenyon

**** ******* **, ***********, ** 45458

Cell Ph: 937-***-****


I’m a dedicated leader with thirteen years of management and professional supervision experience in the United States Air Force, as a member of the Air National Guard. Also, with the completion of my master’s program that has a concentration in accounting, along with an undergrad in business management. I plan on applying for the right to take the CPA exam. I would consider myself an extrovert that enjoys being a part of a diverse group exploiting strong collaboration. Having a sturdy work ethic and analytical thought process, I would make a strong candidate for an entry-level accounting position.


Secret Security Clearance

Last Renewed Mar. 2017

Project Management Experience

Coordinator, International Construction Project

Public Speaking Experience

Gantt Chart experience

Red Cross CPR certified

Ohio Residential Fire Certification

BSA Save-A-Life Award

OSHA Safety and Health Tng

USAF Meritorious Service Medal

USAF Commendation Medal


Pursuing Master of Business Administration Degree:

Bowling Green State University

Concentration in Accounting

Estimated complete date: Mar 2021

Bachelor’s Degree: Management and Technology

Bowling Green State University

Concentration in Business

Dec 2019

Dean’s list recipient

Associates Degree: Electrical Systems in Construction Technology

Community College of the Air Force

Sept 2019

Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy

Air University, USAF, Degree, May 2015

Noncommissioned Officer Academy

Air University, USAF, Degree, Nov 2013

Airman Leadership Academy

Air University, USAF, Degree, Apr 2013

Electrical Systems Craftsman Management

Sheppard AFB, Texas, Mar 2016

Electrical Systems Journeyman School

Sheppard AFB, Texas, Oct 2012

Electrical Systems Technical Training

Sheppard AFB, Texas, Apr. 2008

Military Experience

Mar 2007 –PRESENT

Electrical Superintendent / Master Sergeant (E-7)

U.S. Air Force Civil Engineering

200th RED HORSE Squadron

Ohio Air National Guard

Direct and manage an electrical department within the 200th RED HORSE Squadron. Provide oversight for all training, deployments, work schedules, and promotions of all nine assigned personnel. Advise the Commander of various training status and personnel retention concerns. Provides direction and support to subordinate supervisors in the installation, inspection, maintenance, troubleshooting, Red Cross CPR, repair and modification of electrical distribution systems, airfield lighting systems, fire alarms, and intrusion detection systems. This is to complete the assigned core tasks of my troops. Provide three annual recertification courses including pole top rescue, arc flash training, and pole climbing using buck squeeze technology. As I progress in my time in the military, so, does my responsibilities. Assigned to an engineering squadron, I have been tasked as the project coordinator for the second phase of a base build up at Hatzor AB Israel. The reason I was given this role was the outstanding job done during the first phase. When I was the Site lead of the 5.3M dollar project. During my time, I have been the electrical NCOIC in Construction projects in such places as Dominican Republic to build a school for the community, vet clinic in Ali, Iraq for the bomb-sniffing dogs, and the initial construction of a military base in Israel for Operation Juniper Cobra.


Afghanistan & Iraq, Feb. – Nov 2010, Contingency Electrical Apprentice. Army Achievement Medal

Hatzor AB Israel, Jan. - Feb 2016, Electrical Superintendent

Hatzor AB Israel, Apr - Sep 2018, Project Manager in support of Operation Juniper Cobra. Meritorious Service Medal

Temporary Duty Assignments:

Guam, Anderson Air Force Base, July 2009, Electrical Apprentice

Arizona, Border Patrol Repair, Electrical Apprentice Jun 2011

Dominican Republic, Apr .2014, Contingency Electrical Supervisor

Hatzor AB Israel, Jun 2015, Electric Shop Supervisor. Air Force Commendation Medal

Hatzor AB Israel, Sept. 2015, Cantonments Shop Supervisor

Hatzor AB Israel, Oct. 2015, Electrical Shop Superintendent

Port Clinton, Ohio June 2016, Innovative Readiness Training Projects. Ohio Commendation Medal

Kauai, Hawaii, Jun 2017, Contingency Electrical Supervisor

Crystal Springs, Mississippi., Feb 2019, Humanitarian Mission

Civilian Experience

Aug. 2018 –


ABF Freight System / Dock Supervisor

Dayton Ohio 064 Terminal

Field Operations

Supervisor responsible for managing the loading and unloading of seventy-five thousand shipments a month. Manage daily distribution for major retailer in cross-dock operation, over 2600 paying customers a day. General knowledge of scanners and conveyor systems. Responsible for having good data entry and people skills to collaborate with up to 80 employees at a time. Dock Supervisor duties includes training new employees, enforcing company procedures, ensuring a clean and safe environment for staff and visiting customers, maintaining records, and solving any freight issues that may arise.

Sep 2016 –

Aug. 2018

Spectrum Cable / Maintenance Technician

South West Ohio Division of Cable

Field Technicians of Construction

Prior positions held:

2016 – 2017 Inhouse Technician

Responsible for troubleshooting and identifying faults within the subscriber drop, analyzing feeder/distribution and trunk systems to ensure proper signal level/picture quality and ensuring compliance with all Spectrum standards and Local, State, and Federal laws. I corrected faults by adjusting, repairing or replacing passive and/or active components as required to maintain appropriate standards, repaired cables in emergency situations, tested, troubleshot, and repaired two-way cable plants using a Signal Level Meter, two-way diagnostic test equipment or related items. I used laptop computers, spectrum/QAM analyzer and other specialized test equipment, assisted in the installation and activation of fiber optic cable, along with trunk and feeder coaxial cables related to network operations.

Jan. 2012 –

April 2014

Active & ESI / Electrical Systems Apprentice

Field Electrician

Responsible for performing skilled journey-man level electrical work. Required to install, modify, inspect, troubleshoot, and repair industrial type electrical systems, controls, and other complex equipment. Most noteworthy job was running 60,000 feet of cat 6e cable, to replace the security system in the Air Force Museum


Joe Rich, Lead Flight Systems Engineer,

APT Program, NH-04

3559 Surry Ridge Way

Dayton, Ohio 45424


Shaun Drake, F-15 V3 Radar Program Manager

45 Colonial Way

Springboro, Ohio 45066


Krystal LaMarca, GS-13 Contracting Officer


4291 Straight Arrow Rd.

Beavercreek, Ohio 45430


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