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Navy Aviation Electronics Technician


  • Avionics Systems
  • Electronics Test Sets
  • Wire Repair
  • Navigation Systems
  • Troubleshooting/Repair
  • Team Player
  • Circuit Analysis AC/DC
  • CASS Equipment Test Benches
  • Independent Worker
  • Electro Optics
  • Electrical Safety
  • Command Safety
  • Forward Looking Infrared
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Ohmmeter/Oscilloscope
  • Wiring Diagrams/Schematics
  • Electrical Relays/Switches
  • Microsoft Office


Lead Avionics Technician, United States Navy | 2006 - 2017

  • Assigned jobs to junior technicians and worked with the maintenance manager to ensure all jobs were completed in a timely manner.
  • Performed systems analysis and troubleshooting down to component level to include removal, repair/replacement of defective components.
  • Completed, scheduled, and unscheduled maintenance actions according to military specifications with no rework.
  • Performed maintenance troubleshooting, test repair, and return to service checks as required.
  • Provided training and instruction to internal and external customers, performing P-8A ground operations, scheduled or unscheduled maintenance, and launches/recoveries.
  • Performed a variety of inspection aids, precision tests, and measurement equipment to ensure proper adjustment and operation of aircraft systems.
  • Troubleshot over 250 avionics components resulting in the repair of multiple wiring discrepancies using a variety of hand and power tools.
  • Performed a variety of inspection aids, precision test and measurement equipment, to ensure proper adjustment and operation of aircraft systems.
  • Performed functional test and checks of shop electronics and aircraft avionics systems.
  • Quality Assurance Inspector on multiple aircraft, mission systems and shop electro-mechanical components.
  • Responsible for completing all military mandated forms and records to be furnished to the aircrew at the completion of return to service checks as well as weight and balance.
  • Detailed inspection of parts and assemblies, accomplished incoming operational checks on electrical and mechanical systems, as well as structural integrity inspection.
  • Monitored maintenance practices, various programs, and safety.
  • Repaired 15 complex pieces of avionics equipment in a two-year period resulting in total savings of $356M.


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