- Comprehensive development and experience in teh RF field with microwave, radar, satellite systems, LAN and WAN systems.
- I has experience as a Logistics Manager providing software, hardware requirements for teh life cycle of newly purchased and operational equipment in teh system.
Airway System Specialist
- Plans, coordinates and performs work with a high degree of independence. Resolves problems as they arise and makes adjustments as necessary to deal with system outages and performance deterioration of National Air Space systems.
- Maintains technical competency on legacy equipment as well as obtains teh skills to install, integrate, maintain, and restore technologically advanced systems.
- Initiates action to install, repair, or restore systems and services, takes into account teh availability of back - up systems, possible reconfiguration to minimize service interruptions to teh functions of teh National Airspace System.
- Collaborates with system users, planners, engineers, and contractor personnel in teh installation and testing of new or modified systems and identifying needed improvements or enhancements. Develops and recommends methods of enhancing efficiency of systems through modification and application of existing or emerging technology.
- Submarine Division Performs overhaul, modification, conversion and fault isolation of U.S. Navy Submarine communications systems. Essential duties and responsibilities are to discuss standard layout and assembly procedures and problems with senior level technicians, assembles routine circuitry or complete prototype model, recommends changes in circuitry or installation specifications to simplify assembly and maintenance to supervisor.
- Sets up standard test apparatus and circuitry to conduct functional, operational, environmental, and life tests to evaluate performance and reliability of prototype or production model. Analyzes and interprets test data. Adjusts, calibrates, aligns, and modifies circuitry and components and records effects on unit performance.
- Utilizes technical reports and charts, graphs, and schematics for system’s operating characteristics, malfunctions, deviations from design specifications, and functional limitations. Checks functionality of newly installed equipment to evaluate system performance under actual operating conditions with supervisor.
- Tasked to produce a TACLAN system to U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) specifications. TACLAN is a modular, scalable suite of computer network equipment and workstations that provides command and control, office automation, decision making assistance, mission analysis, planning and execution support.
- Performed maintenance, installation, and moves workstations and peripheral hardware and related software. Modifies military transport cases with fixtures to support installation of IT equipment.
- Diagnoses and corrects hardware and software problems and provides technical support to end users and troubleshoots computer and peripheral hardware and software during production process. Assists shipping/receiving and inventory control in managing production supplies. Conducts functional tests of TACLAN components.
- Provided technical support to Coast Guard projects involving surveillance equipment repair CCTV, radar operation/maintenance, operational documentation, surveillance system design or other efforts. Serves as technical advisor to clients in assigned subject areas, recommending changes and identifying areas for further investigation.
- Develops and tests new systems or updates existing systems to meet client needs. Identifies and recommends emergent relevant technologies that may result in improvements to current processes. Writes and updates project documentation including system procedures, presentations and training materials.
- Provides work leadership to lower level personnel. Served as a technical team leader and Site Supervisor.
- Assigned to teh FAA User Request Evaluation Tool (URET) project at teh Lockheed Martin Air Traffic Management Lab in Rockville Maryland. Teh URET system is an initial conflict probe capability to be used as an advisory tool by teh D-position controllers at teh Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ARTCC) for strategic planning and clearance decision-making.
- My responsibility was to work with ATM engineers in building teh prototype system to be installed at teh FAA Technical Center and ARTCC’s.
Technical Support Engineer
- Assigned to teh FAA and DOD Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS) program. STARS is a key component of teh National Airspace System (NAS) modernization as it replaces teh aging terminal area air traffic management system.
- My responsibility is to perform site surveys and to provide a site survey document for each facility assigned to me. Teh site survey includes facility layout plans to be used in teh construction of teh facility. These documents identify site preparation for new equipmentpower and environmental requirements.
- Provide assistance to teh Project Engineer through equipment acceptance by teh government.
Lead Field Maintenance Engineer
Lockheed Martin System Support and Training Services
- Supervise and assist team members in all aspects of teh FAA's Display System Replacement (DSR) system at Seattle Washington and Jacksonville Florida ARTCC. Responsible for on site maintenance support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Responsible for maintaining Radar Consoles and peripherals, Local Communications Network (Token Ring 802.5 LAN), Backup Channel Network (Ethernet 802.3 LANs), Backup Channel Processors Fiber Distributed Data Interface Network, System maintenance and Control Consoles, Flight Strip Printers, Central Cluster Processors and associated peripherals including Site Support Subsystem, History Alert Log Processors and Weather Access Radar Processor and peripherals, Host LCN interface Unit, Enhanced Direct Access Radar Channel Interface Unit, and Printer Control Units. Responsible for inventory and control of Spare parts. Responsible for timely reports on all maintenance activities, and upgrades.
Assistant Team Lead
Lockheed Martin System Support and Training Services
- Responsible for teh supervision of thirteen team members in teh site construction activity that prepares teh FAA facility for teh delivery and installation of teh Display System Replacement hardware.
- Responsible for teh construction and teh installation of cable tray, interconnecting cabling (Token Ring, coax, and Fiber), Installing connectors, power feeder cables from FAA circuit breaker boxes to teh equipment locations, teh installation seismic tie down hardware, teh fabrication and installation of all cable conveyances, teh placement of DSR, VSCS, and Tracker cables. Performed installation of LCN and BCN racks as part of teh network cable installation process.
- Coordinated teh installation and testing of all DSR Console hardware. Following installation all consoles, processors, printers and other DSR hardware are tested in stand alone mode, prior to integration with teh existing system. Power on diagnostics are performed, software is loaded, display alignments are completed and unit level diagnostics tests are performed.
- Connectivity and operation of teh LCN and BCN is verified. All sites that were assigned were installed on schedule and under budget.
Electronic Equipment Specialist GS-12
- Assigned to Panama as teh Senior Logistics Assistance Representative to Southern Command (SOUTHCOM). I was responsible to provide logistical assistance to teh CINC SOUTHCOM in teh form of maintenance, troubleshooting, testing, and training for a wide variety of electronic equipment managed and supported by CECOM.
- I was responsible and had teh authority to commit CECOM to resolve issues of supply support, maintenance and upgrades to CECOM managed equipment.
- I was responsible to assist depot personnel in equipment modifications and upgrades of hardware and software.
- Developed training materials and course curricula to teach troubleshooting and maintenance techniques, supply requirements, and related subjects for teh user. Provided maintenance diagnostics training (on-site, in teh field and in classroom) for customers. Responsible to provide real time readiness statistics to CECOM.
Logistics Management Specialist GS-12
Confidential, MonmouthNew Jersey
- Identified, developed, and implemented integrated logistics (ILS) support planning requirements for Department of Defense and Army strategic or transportable communications systems, through teh use of extensive knowledge of Army methodology and information management.
- I was responsible for fixed plant telephone switches54 in teh United States, 29 in Korea, 3 in Japan, and 1 in Panama. I was responsible for teh Fiber Optic Backbone in Korea. For these projects I was responsible for teh logistical support in providing statements of work, data item descriptions, and provisioning of spare parts to support these systems that is included in teh proposals.
- I acted as teh Logistics Chairman at Source Selection Boards and provided input for contract award. Provided guidance and advice for subordinate and intern Logistics Management Specialists.
Electronic Equipment Specialist GS-11
Confidential Monmouth, New Jersey
- Investigates trends in maintenance problems and causes of unusual down time. Identifies problems in design of equipment and recommends design changes. Interfaces with depot personnel in teh review of condition coded stock in depot storage.
- Provides technical support to Hq. CECOM staff by preparing fact sheets or information papers on assigned equipment. Serves as technical advisor to field commanders when experiencing equipment problems in teh field.
Confidential Mannheim, W. Germany
- Teh Department contracted Confidential /Federal Electric Corporation of teh Army Europe to calibrate, repair and certify test, maintenance and diagnostic equipment. I was assigned to a calibration team responsible to perform dis task. My responsibility was to assure teh standards that were used were tested, certified, and cross checked before use.
- Examples of equipment that was calibrated were oscillators, function generators, signal generators, oscilloscopes, voltmeters, spectrum analyzers, attenuators, frequency counters, power meters, and SWR meters. Assisted in teh training of military personnel in fault location(troubleshooting) and repair techniques to teh component level.
- Performed maintenance and diagnostic testing of equipment manufactured by Hewlett-Packard, Marconi, Seimens, Techtronix, and Fluke. Coordinated priority maintenance and repair of sensitive equipment with customer as well as purchasing repair parts outside military channels.
Confidential, Mannheim, W. Germany
- Confidential /Federal Electric Corporation was contracted by teh Department of teh Army to perform maintenance of teh European communications system. I was responsible to support 25 communications facilities within northern Germany.
- Responsibilities included maintaining equipment vital to NATO operations. telephone, teletype, crypto, and data-base information circuits linking to teh worldwide communications systems. Responsible to maintain microwave, tropo scatter, SSB, and satellite transmission/receiving systems.maintained multiplexing, line conditioning and circuit test equipment.
- I was responsible to report all maintenance activities and modifications performed on equipment I supported. Responsible to give on teh job training Army site personnel in teh maintenance and repair of their equipment.