Aerospace Mechanic

Oscar T. Crowell
2392 Prospect Street
Bridgeton, NJ 08302
(856) 575-3950

Profile

US Navy-trained jet engine mechanic with 3+ years of experience working on F100 jets and OH-58 helicopters. Training includes inspecting, disassembling, repairing, testing and installing various aircraft accessories prior to flight, according to regulation guidelines. Computer skills include Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Office and TAMMS.
Military Experience

UNITED STATES NAVY, San Diego, CA

1998 – Present
Aerospace Propulsion Apprentice
Examined, repaired, reassembled, and installed various parts of aircraft; including the gear box, compressor (fan), , turbine section, engine manifolds/electrical wiring, and core engine. Performed regular compliance inspections to determine which parts needed repair and/or replacement. Evaluated parts to determine wear and made decisions regarding parts serviceability.  Replaced serviceable parts on-site or sent parts to depot for more complicated work.
• Awarded the Navy Achievement Medal in March 1999.

INACTIVE RESERVES

1997 – 1998

Diesel Engines, Houston, TX

1995 – 1997
Fuel Injection Specialist

UNITED STATES ARMY

1991 – 1995
Cannon Crew Member
Received training at Ft. Bragg (North Carolina) from October 1991 to December 1991. Transferred to Germany until December 1992 and then to Ft. Sills (Oklahoma) until February 1995.

UNITED STATES NAVY, Alabama

1989 – 1991
OH-58 Helicopter Mechanic
Executed the responsibilities of a jet engine mechanic which included performing daily inspections, replacing rotors and rigging cyclic and collective control systems. prior to flight.
• Received an Expression of Commendation in August 1990 through the Smart Troop program.
Training and Education

(Military) Certificate – Aerospace Propulsion Apprentice – Jet Engine / F100 (518 hours) – October 1999
(Military) Diploma – OH-58 Helicopter Repair – August 1990
(Military) Licensed to operate a 2-15,000K G&D forklift

THE UNITED STATES ARMY AVIATION CENTER, Florida

Aircraft Hardware, Safety Procedures, Aircraft Electrical Power Systems, Basic Hydraulics, Hydraulic Systems and Components, and Aircraft Technical Drawings

ITT Technical Institute

1997
A.A.S., Electronic Engineering Technology

 

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