1. TYRONE WILLIAMS
6101 Wanda lane Forest Hill, Tx.76119 | 318-344-8256 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional analysis with military experience working with high technology and transportation (shipping and receiving)
to include inventory. Acquiring many military excellence awards in these fields with 100% quality in customer service
and production level. Education
BACHELOR | 4/31/15| KAPLAN
· Major: Business Management
· Related coursework: Marketing and Human Resources
A&P license 1/03/1997|InternationalAviation&Travel Academy
Airframe and Power plant
PRIMARY LEADERSHIP | 1990 | MILITARY ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
· Major: Technology and Leadership
· Related coursework: Military Leadership and related job title functions
Skills & Abilitie
· The military provides one of the most unique leadership and management training programs available in the United
States. The hands-on leadership approach allows the individualto supervise, while still having the availability of a
senior coach and mentor. As a result of both experience and military training, the squad leader is well trained in a
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variety of management styles, skills and techniques.The squad leader is well versed in providing effective
communication, organizational skills, time management,and a weighted decision-making process, while remaining
proficient in her chosen career field.
United States Military
The Radar Repairer is an essential member of the Army communications maintenance team. The Radar Repairer
performs or supervises field and sustainment level maintenance on ground surveillance radar and associated equipment,
radar electronic assemblies and associated equipment and meteorological equipment.Installs repairs and maintains a
working knowledge of how to operate military Radar equipment.
Duties performed by Soldiers in this MOS include:
Troubleshoot radar and associated equipment assemblies, subassemblies,modular and circuit elements with common
and system peculiar test equipment for deficiencies and malfunctions. Repair, remove, and/or replace defective
components and parts. Test repaired system to ensure compliance with technical specifications. Inspect, test, and adjust
system components and test equipment to specific tolerances. Determine serviceability and disposition of radar systems
assemblies, subassemblies, and parts. Perform initial, in-process, on-site technical and quality control inspections.
Prepare and maintain equipment logs, equipment modification and utilization records, exchange tags, and calibration
Job training for radar repairer requires 10 weeks of Basic Combat Training and 45 weeks of Advanced Individual
Training. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field with on-the-job instructions, including practice in
repairing and replacing equipment parts.
Some of the skills you’ll learn are:
· Application of electronic principles and concepts
· Inspection techniques and procedures
· Use of electronic test equipment
· Repair and replacement of radar equipment
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· Continued MilitaryTraining
· As an essential member of the Army's weapons maintenance team, the Avenger System Repairer is primarily
responsible for performing and supervising field and sustainment level maintenance on the Avenger System, a
lightweight, highly mobile and transportable surface-to-air missile/gun weapon system that provides short-range air
defense protection against air and land attacks.
· The role of the RF Systems Engineer spans both the presale and post-sale phases of project activities. It includes having
an active role in the development and implementation of both large and small project opportunities, creating innovative
designs that meet the needs of our customers and implementing the Integrated Solutions that bring value to our
· Must be able to capture customer requirements,modelcoverage and capacity, perform frequency analysis,present
solutions to design review teams, perform root cause analysis, and seekout newtools and methods to analyze and solve
· The Engineer is expected to multitask among various project assignments, adhere to project schedules and perform
within the established project budget.As such, the individual must be proficient in utilizing sound systems engineering
tools and processes to successfully perform the technical analyses typically encountered when designing and
supporting wireless communications systems.
· This role also requires strong communication skills to effectively interface with customers, as well as internalkey work
partners such as Account Managers, Program Managers,Contracts Personnel, Proposal Center Analysts, and Product
· Eng. ProjectSpecialistI
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· Provides support and/or lead teams through the Engineering development process and implementation of products.
Projects are typically shorter-term, less complex and more contained with a defined time frame.Programs are typically
longer-term, multi-functional, multi-project with complex requirements and effort. Manage activities, resource
capability, schedules, budgets,and ensure cross company communications to facilitate product completion on schedule
within budget.Work with engineering management toidentify and improve process and program efficiencies. Work can
involve externalparties such as standards bodies, partners,etc.
· * Supports a single to a fewprojects within a medium scale program involving one or more functions driving the
engineering development and implementation process for products or service offerings.
· * Develops portions of project documentation in accordance with provided plan and detailed specifications, including
budgets,resource allocation plans, and other support requirements under minimalguidance.
· * Provides development support for project communications, including creation of status reports and summaries,
tracking escalations and resolutions of issues, coordinating stakeholder meetings and updates,and updating
· * Develops relationships with internal,cross organizational project teams for product development and manufacturing.
· * Leads resources within a predefined area.
Continuing other Responsibilities at Motorola
Supply technician works within the logistics management field.The job involves the physical handling of items or
goods. Supply technicians are employed by manufacturing outlets, distribution centers, retail management outlets and
transportation depots. Various titles for the occupation of supply technician are warehouse material handler,material
handling specialist, material facilities specialist or materials clerk.
Airframe and Power plant mechanics have the vital responsibility of keeping aircraft in a safe condition for flight.
They are trained to understand the complex engine and the hydraulicand structural systems of the aircraft that operate
within acute tolerances for safe flight. Because of the high level of mechanical aptitude required and the advanced
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technology in modern aircraft, there is a significant amount of training and certification required tobecome an airframe
and power plant mechanic.
A&P mechanics are required to be licensed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) by meeting the requirement of
the FAA General, Airframe and Power plant Certificates. A mechanic needs 18 months of experience in airframe and
power plant or 30 months of combined experience before applying.After meeting the experience requirement,
candidates are required to pass a written, oral and practical examination with a FAA Designated MechanicExaminer
(DME).All tests must be passed within a two-year period.
Duties and Responsibilities: Services, repairs, and also overhauls aircraft engines to make sure airworthiness,
repairs, replaces plus rebuilds aircraft structures,like wings plus fuselage plus functional components including rigging,
surface controls plus plumbing hydraulicunits, using hand tools, power tools, machines plus equipment like shears,
sheet metal brakes, welding equipment,rivet gun plus drills, reads interprets manufacturers as well as airlines
maintenance manuals,service bulletins and additionally other specifications for defining feasibility method of repairing
or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components, examines engines for cracked cylinders as well as oil leaks, and
also listens to operating engine to detect diagnose malfunctions, like sticking or burned valves, inspects turbine b lades
to detect cracks or breaks, tests engine operation, using testing equipment like ignition analyzer, compression checker,
distributor timer, and also ammeter, to locate source of malfunction, replaces or repairs worn or damaged components,
like carburetors, alternators, and also magnetos, using hand tools, gauges,and also testing equipment,removes engine
from aircraft, using hoist or forklift truck, disassembles inspects parts for wear, warping, or other defects,repairs or
replaces defective engine parts as well as reassembles installs engine in aircraft, adjusts, repairs, or replaces electrical
wiring system aircraft accessories, performs miscellaneous duties to service aircraft, including flushing crankcase,
cleaning screens, greasing moving parts, and also checking brakes, may be required to be licensed by federalaviation
administration, may service engines as well as airframe components at line station making repairs, short of overhaul,
required to keep aircraft in safe operating condition be designated airframe and power plant mechanic, line service air
trans, may service as well as repair aircraft engines prior to, during,or after flight to make sure airworthiness, working
on flight line of aircraft manufacturing facility, and also be designated aircraft and engine mechanic, field and hangar
aircraft mfg.flight line mechanicaircraft mfg.mechanic, field service aircraft mfg., may specialize in rework, repair,and
also modification of structural, precision, and also functionalspare parts as well as assemblies at manufacturing facility
be designated spares rework mechanicaircraft mfg., may specialize in engine repair be designated aircraft engine
assembler air trans aircraft engine cylinder mechanic air trans aircraft engine dismantler air trans aircraft engine
installer air trans aircraft engine mechanic air trans aircraft engine mechanic, overhaul air trans,may be designated,
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Carburetor mechanicair Trans helicopter mechanic air Trans hydraulic tester air Trans ignition specialist air trans
overhauland repair mechanic aircraft mfg.supercharger mechanicair trans.
The responsibility of an air freight manager is to make sure all goods for delivery are in proper order. The air freight
manager oversees the delivery of the freights, to their temporary lodging (in this case, an airplane),up untilthey get to
the end user or receiver.
An air freight manager deals with the shipment of their company’s goods from the supplier until it reaches its end point,
the receiver. He/she stays informed and is in touch with the logistics manager who tracks the whereabouts of the freight
to be delivered. He/she makes sure that he/she is informed in case of any delays, so that he can contact both sender and
receiver. He/she works hand in hand with other departments to know of any scheduling changes, freight space shortages,
and even customer requests.An air freight manager counts all freights and goods manually, keeps track of it and stores it
in a database.They make sure that all freights are weighed and measured and that they are in compliance to the airlines
standards.In case of overnight storage, the air freight managers also see to get a place they trust, and that loading and
unloading of freights and cargo are done accordingly by experts. They also find the best possible rates and airlines to use
to forward freights. Air freight managers continuously try to improve the freight charges by doing research on all existing
airlines and prices.
Freight coordinators are responsible for routing incoming and outgoing communication regarding freight shipments
and transportation needs for their companies. These positions usually support freight executives by answering and
transferring phone calls and recording and relaying phone messages. Coordinators also process shipping and receiving
reports by entering data into spreadsheets and electronic databases.Other freight coordinator duties include stocking
office equipment and supplies,filing freight and transportation documentation, distributing and sending out office
shipments and acting as a front office receptionist.
Cargo and Freight Agents help expedite and route movement of domestic and internationalcargo and freight
shipments to and from the freight holds of airlines in airports, trains in rail depots, ships in piers and trucks in trucking
terminals to reach their intended destinations. Employed by the relevant transport mode company, they interface
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directly with corporate or individual shippers to accept, arrange for pick-up and process the necessary shipping papers
and tariffs for payments.
Air cargo handlers specialize in loading, staging, securing and unloading cargo and baggage on airplanes. To accurately
perform their duties,they must calculate the aircraft's center of gravity and assess the quantity of cargo. Air cargo
handler’s work in all weather conditions and operate a variety of equipment,including trucks, forklifts, conveyors and
baggage tugs.Loaded cargo can include luggage,mail sacks and animals. Airplanes ship bags of all sizes, so handlers
must be able to lift heavy objects that weigh more than 50 pounds,