Larry C. White II
Objective Continue a successful career that enables me to make use of my experience and education, as well as offer opportunity for increased levels of responsibility and growth.
Education 5/1991 – 5/1993 Community College of the Air Force
72 credits towards Associates in Avionics Technology, CCAF
18 credits in general courses, Clinton Community College, Plattsburgh NY
Completed Bachelors of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) at the University of Phoenix. Graduated 11/2003
Professional experience 10/2011 – 5/2012 Superior Industries Morris, MN
Installed electrical panel for conveyors and connected sensors
Function tested conveyors on test pad to ensure all sensors and hydraulics were working correctly
Liason between engineering and production line for electrical issues.
9/2003 – 9/2011 Phoenix P.D. Air Support Unit Phoenix, AZ
Lead Avionics Tech
Maintain, install, and repair avionics systems on Phoenix PD fleet of aircraft consisting of 5 Eurocopter AS350, 3 Agusta A119 Koala, 1 A109E, Pilatus PC-12, Cessna 172/182/210.\
8/2002 – 9/2003 MD Helicopters Mesa, AZ
Light Helicopter Technician
Second Shift Lead
Supervise installation of avionics packages on all MD airframes
Operational check of systems, troubleshoot discrepancies
10/1996– 4/1998 and 3/2000 – 8/2002 Flight Trails Helicopters Mesa AZ
Installed and determined compatibility of new avionics equipment purchased with customer existing equipment.
Vast troubleshooting knowledge on general aviation com, nav, ics, a/p, dme, and gps units
4/1998 – 3/2000 Honeywell, Inc. BCAS Glendale, AZ
RF Technician II
Troubleshoot, test, repair, and build Primus II radio systems. Troubleshoot circuit card assemblies to component level.
Align and adjust first-issue circuit card assemblies, receivers, transmitters, voltage control oscillators, and control module assemblies.
Provide insight and technical expertise in support of change orders, product development, better procedures for production testing, and assembly requirements.
Network administrator for Primus radio production floor.
7/1990 – 10/1996 USAF
Communication and Navigation systems specialist
Performed flight line level maintenance on avionics com/nav systems, remove, install, test, inspect, maintain, modify, troubleshoot and repair.
Cross trained to crew chief and guidance and control afsc on KC-135R and RC-130.
Worked with many classified camera systems on the RC-130 while stationed at Howard AFB, Panama
Owner/President of Express Avionics LLC 5/2005 – 9/2011 CRS#XXZR035Y
Joint owner of Whitkey Properties LLC 6/2009 – Present
Certificates and Licenses
Aircraft mechanic Airframe License Issue Date 5-18-2012 certificate number 3634359
Brad Nelson, Director of Maintenance, Phoenix PD Air Support Unit, 602-***-****
Mike Collins, Owner, MACS performance helicopters, 480-***-****
Bob Klingelsmith, Mechanic Phoenix PD Air Support Unit, Retired Chief Master Sergeant USAF 602-***-****