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Quality Control Service

Vancouver, Washington, 98665, United States
March 17, 2011

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

Vancouver, WA 98665

CELL: 503-***-****

SKYPE: 503-***-****

WORK: 713-***-****



• During my Federal service career I have developed leadership, management and interpersonal skills needed to consistently maximize efforts of personnel and effectively manage resources.

• Skilled fuels operations, and refueling systems.

• Capable of managing HAZ waste storage and procedures.


• Nine years of fuels/cryogenics experience, is enhanced by intelligence, sincerity and ability to communicate effectively with all levels of management. My nine years in the fuels career has taught me many skills in many areas of work and with many different types of people. I have working knowledge of Fuels automated systems, FMD,Excel spreadsheets, Microsoft PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access data base programs; these skill sets allow me to contribute to any Logistics organization. Currently held secret security clearance for the Department of Defense, and still hold a valid passport. At this time I hold a secret clearance with KBR.


Fuels Laboratory

• Perform tests to check the quality of products, such as assessing levels of water, and foreign materials in fuel samples, using testing equipment.

Fuels Training

• Serve as Fuels Trainer for all elements, Resource Control Center, Fuels Distribution, Cryogenics, Bulk Storage, Accounting, Lab, Hydrants, and FARPs

• Operate aircraft refueling and defueling equipment.

• Couple and uncouple refueling equipment.

• Operate vehicles auxiliary pump system to regulate the pumping pressure and flow rate to meet the requirements of aircraft being refueled.

• Perform systematic daily inspections that aid in the prevention of vehicle/equipment breakdowns, elimination of potential safety hazards and assurance of fuels quality control of all assigned vehicles/equipment.

• Identify and correct minor discrepancies.

• Provide training on proper aircraft refueling procedures IAW with current Air Force technical data.

Fuels Distribution and Storage

• Responsible for receiving products from local Defense Fuel Supply Point by tank truck.

• Receive, store, issue and maintain quality control of aviation fuel and ground products.

• Operate automatic tank gauging equipment to obtain fuel quantity in petroleum storage tank.

• Calculate and document issue and receipt transactions for all products.

• Collect and analyze product samples from receipt sources, bulk storage tanks, and dispensing equipment.

• Ensure accuracy of receipt, and transfer inventory, and issue documents.

• Ensure proper handling and segregation of products received and transferred

• Operate complex Type III storage hydrant refueling systems in support of aircraft operations and refuelers.

• Provide technical direction and/or help in accomplishing

• Assisted in Installation of Scully System for Operating Storage System and UIT/ADC equipment and software.

• Comply with energy conservation practices and environmental protection requirements by State and Federal Agencies.

• Insure accuracy of all accounting paperwork.

• Perform fire and safety inspections.

• Control or operate manifold and pumping systems to circulate liquids through a petroleum system.

• Inspect pipelines, tightening connections and lubricating valves as necessary.

• Monitor process indicators, instruments, gauges, and meters in order to detect and report any possible problems.

• Operate auxiliary equipment and control multiple operations, moving controls that regulate valves, pumps, compressors, injectors and auxiliary equipment.

• Operate control panels to coordinate and regulate process variables such as temperature and pressure, and to direct product flow rate, according to process schedules.

• Monitor inventory in storage tanks, and verify that activities and operations are safe, efficient, and in compliance with regulations.

• Prepare forecasts for receipts and deliveries of fuel products.

• Read and analyze specifications, regulations, schedules, schematics, logs, and test results, to determine how to set equipment controls.

• Record and compile operating data, instrument readings, documentation, and results of laboratory analyses.

• Verify that meters are calibrated, and are working properly.

Fuels Controller/Dispatcher

• Monitor vehicle, facility, and equipment status, and coordinate maintenance and repair.


• Process all reports and all annual forecasts to higher headquarters.

• Responsible for maintaining fuel account.

• Accurate documentation of all documents submitted.

• Accurate accountability and input to computer database.

• Ordering, receiving and accountability.

• Responsible for base service station and ground products.

Preventive Maintenance

• Responsible for operator inspection and maintenance of assigned mobile refueling equipment.

• Maintain technical knowledge of each type of assigned mobile refueling equipment, its components and functions.

• Established coordination with refueling maintenance to schedule all equipment for safety inspections scheduled and unscheduled maintenance.

Computer Technician

• MICROSOFT WINDOWS 98,95, XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Server 2003 along with ADC and UIT software.

• Install computer peripherals

• Install computer software

• Install memory, hard drives, and modems

• Test functionality of installs

• Answer questions resolving software and hardware problems for customers

• Merchandise all products for all departments


• Building custodian and deficiency reporting agent

• Consistently received outstanding performance evaluations, awards and decorations: AWARDS:

• AF Achievement Medal

• AF Outstanding Unit Award

• Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal (2)

• National Defense Service Medal

• Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

• Armed Forces Service Medal

• AF Longevity Service

• AF Training Ribbon

• Oregon National Guard Superior Unit Citation

• Oregon Faithful Service Medal


2010-Present Fuels Distribution System Foreman for Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR)

2003-2010 Fuels, Fuels accountant, Fuels lab tech, Storage supervisor, Fuels Distribution System Operator, ADC/UIT POC, HAZ Waste Coordinator, Cryogenics, Portland, OR ANGB (WG-08)

2002-Present Portland Air National Guard, Portland, OR


• Fuels Accounting Course, Dec. 2009, Atlanta GA (awarded SEI)

• Cryogenic Maintenance Course, June 2007, Sheppard AFB, TX (awarded SEI)

• Airman Leadership Course, Dec 2006, Correspondence

• Fuels Specialist Course, May 2003, Sheppard AFB, TX


• Computer System Administrator Course, March 2010, Portland, OR


Danny Johnson, Friend, Vancouver, Wa 360-***-****

Jeff Brittle, Fuels Operations Portland ANGB, 503-***-****

Joe Phillips, Weston Solutions Inc, Construction Superintendent, 210-***-****

Anthony Victoria, Portland ANGB, Operations Officer, 503-***-****

Nate Beck, Portland ANGB, Resource Control Center, 503-***-****

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