Top Aircraft Mechanic Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Aircraft Mechanic. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Aircraft Mechanic resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.8% of Aircraft Mechanic resumes contained Aircraft Parts as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Aircraft Mechanic actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Aircraft Mechanic resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Aircraft Parts

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Here's how Aircraft Parts is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Assigned responsibilities of inspecting aircraft parts and equipment ensuring they adhered to the all safety regulations and procedures.
  • Retrieved and delivered all aircraft parts under military regulations.
  • Assemble aircraft parts using engineering drawings and specifications.
  • Ordered and maintained proper inventory of aircraft parts
  • Lead and supervised new mechanics how to lay out rivet patterns using geometric projections to fit the contours of aircraft parts.
  • Perform minor/light sheet metal repairs to include replacing skins, stringers, angles, braces and other structural aircraft parts.
  • Ordered and inventoried aircraft parts from technical and parts manuals ensuring repairable parts were turned into proper storage department.
  • Interpreted integrated parts break down and blueprints to determine the correct placement and installation procedure for various aircraft parts.
  • Performed C, D check on Boeing 727,737,747 repaired & replaced aircraft parts, structural, fuselage, wings.
  • Performed C, D Check on Boeing 737, 767 replaced aircraft parts, replaced & repaired engine parts.
  • Initiated procurement for maintenance parts, materials, and supplies and conducted inventory of F/A-18C aircraft parts and assemblies.
  • Overhaul, Repair, Brush and Bearing Change of Starter Generator of Aircraft parts corp. & Thales make.
  • Repair, replace and assemble aircraft parts like wings, tails, landing gear, fuselage, etc.
  • Remove and replace aircraft parts, components and accessories, make adjustments and settings according to established procedures.
  • Supervised a crew of three airmen that were responsible for replacing, repairing and inspecting malfunctioning aircraft parts.
  • Inspect aircraft, aircraft components, and aircraft parts for integrity, servicing, corrosion, and security.
  • Have disassembled, Assembled, repaired and modified measurement and testing of aircraft parts, components and structures.
  • Installed and adjusted aircraft parts and assemblies utilizing engineering drawings, specifications, blueprints, and sketches.
  • Remove and replace aircraft parts and components such as aircraft tires, hydraulic lines, and seals.
  • Performed inspections such as; corrosion control, oil leakage, cracks and wears of aircraft parts.

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2. Corrective Aircraft Maintenance

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Here's how Corrective Aircraft Maintenance is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Provided technical leadership through skillful implementation of preventive and corrective aircraft maintenance.
  • Maintained repair logs, documented preventive/corrective aircraft maintenance.
  • Maintain repair logs to include AFTO 781 and IMDS, documenting all preventive and corrective aircraft maintenance.
  • Maintain repair logs, documenting all preventive and corrective aircraft maintenance.
  • Maintain electronic and paper logs documenting preventive and corrective aircraft maintenance.
  • Maintain repair logs, documenting all preventive and corrective aircraft maintenance.

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3. Flight Control Systems

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Here's how Flight Control Systems is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Operated rigging and flight control systems to determine functional performance and reworked or adjusted system components to proper specifications.
  • Conducted mechanical and electronic rigging of flight controls and automatic flight control systems.
  • Remove and replace actuators, valves, pumps, and quick disconnects in landing gear, and flight control systems.
  • Conducted routine inspections; examined and inspected aircraft components to include landing gear, hydraulic systems and flight control systems.
  • Performed heavy maintenance to include landing gear change, rigging various flight control systems to include elevator and slats.
  • Repaired and replaced hydraulic systems, engines and flight control systems using various tools, pressure gauges, schematics.
  • Execute the removal, installation, and alignment of primary and secondary aircraft flight control systems.
  • Serviced and repaired hydraulic systems, flight control systems, drive systems, and engine assemblies.
  • Performed maintenance on structural, hydraulic and fly-by-wire flight control systems.
  • Tested computer and flight control systems for safety and functionality.
  • Flight control systems includes main and tail rotor systems.
  • Lubed flight control systems and landing gear.
  • Performed mechanical rigging of flight control systems.
  • Rigged aircraft flight control systems.
  • Performed aircraft inspections and coordinated maintenance activities Execute repairs on hydraulic, landing gear, and flight control systems
  • Experienced in the teardown, inspection, rebuilding and rigging of flight control systems.
  • Maintain aircraft and upkeep of flight control systems, electromechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic equipments.
  • Installed complete flight control systems on 3 S.O.A Aircraft including full rigging.

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4. Airframe

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Here's how Airframe is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Applied technical knowledge of airframe systems in determining equipment malfunctions and applied required expertise in restoring equipment condition to operating status.
  • Process the technical experience to supervise subordinate mechanics and provide technical guidance on maintenance operations on the airframe being supported.
  • Trained soldiers on new repair requirements on airframe, resulting in higher proficiency and availability of qualified technicians.
  • Apply comprehensive airframe knowledge to solve moderate to complex problems by manipulating technical documentation.
  • General mechanic responsibilities on power plant, airframe, and electrical systems
  • Specialized in aircraft hydraulics and airframe maintenance and carrier flight deck operations
  • Provided supervision for five-man crew responsible for airframe repairs and maintenance.
  • Analyzed airframe and component serviceability as prescribed by manufacturer limitations.
  • Performed daily inspections/servicing of airframe, engine propulsion and hydraulic.
  • Followed checklist and made any repairs necessary involving aircraft airframe.
  • Modified airframes per Supplemental Type Certificates.
  • Installed airframe structural and mechanical upgrades.
  • Recovered tubular airframes with fabric.
  • Qualified CRJ airframes and power-plant mechanic
  • Performed airframe modifications and fabrication.
  • Use, assemble and maintain new and existing shop aids for testing and troubleshooting airframe and power plant systems and subsystems.
  • Removed and installed full system components, inspected components, airframe, and subsystems while performing maintenance or replacing faulty parts.
  • Performed scheduled/unscheduled inspections on engines, components and airframe on OV-10 Aircraft, T-76 engines, and troubleshot and identified malfunctions.
  • Perform all aspects of maintenance and repairs to fixed-wing and rotary aircraft as a certified Airframe and Power plant mechanic.
  • General maintenance, engines, fuel and hydraulic systems, airframe, rigging, sheet metal and aircraft fabric repairs.

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5. Technical Manuals

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Here's how Technical Manuals is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Interpret documentation such as technical manuals, maintenance information and guidance provided through government representatives to solve moderate to complex problems.
  • Applied professional technical expertise and guidance to solve complex problems by interpreting technical data using technical manuals and engineer disposition documents.
  • Followed electrical drawings, schematics, safety procedures, military specifications and Standard and Technical Manuals to accomplish assigned tasks.
  • Replaced existing electronic components, wiring, antennas and structural members with up-graded modification kits IAW regulations and Technical manuals.
  • Repaired and overhauled hydraulic, flight control and pneumatic structural components in accordance with technical manuals.
  • Repaired, adjusts and tests electrical/electronic elements of assemblies and components according to technical manuals.
  • Interpret blueprints and technical manuals to determine feasibility and method to repair damaged structures.
  • Interpreted schematics and technical manuals to perform repair procedures and replacement of components.
  • Ordered appropriate parts and equipment utilizing technical manuals and completing required forms.
  • Performed maintenance in accordance with applicable technical publications/manuals and Electronic Technical Manuals.
  • Replaced internal seals of helicopter transmission in accordance with technical manuals.
  • Determine component conditions through inspection in accordance with applicable technical manuals.
  • Utilized Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals to conduct inspections and repairs.
  • Read and interpreted schematics, technical manuals and operating instructions.
  • Use technical manuals to accomplish aircraft systems operations and troubleshooting.
  • Performed scheduled maintenance inspections in accordance with Appropriate Technical Manuals.
  • Maintained aircraft logbooks and utilized computer based technical manuals.
  • Research and interpret technical manuals and troubleshoot maintenance problems.
  • Read and interpreted military diagrams and technical manuals.
  • Performed reoccurring inspections required as per technical manuals.

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6. Hydraulic Systems

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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Conduced problem analysis, correction/repairs and operational checks of aircraft avionics, electrical, propulsion and hydraulic systems.
  • Conducted hydraulic sampling of aircraft and support equipment to ensure hydraulic systems were within acceptable contamination levels.
  • Repaired aircraft with electrical and hydraulic systems running to simulate flight conditions.
  • Maintained electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems on agricultural aircraft.
  • Worked with Manufacturing during operational checks of the hydraulic systems.
  • Performed details visual inspections service and repair hydraulic systems.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems and overhauled landing gear.
  • Maintained aircraft hydraulic systems and subsystems.
  • Tested electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Assisted in the repair and replacement of aircraft components such as control rods, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, propeller assembles.
  • Serviced aircraft with liquid oxygen and JP-8 jet fuel, serviced hydraulic systems and engine oil to proper levels.
  • Do functionality testing of the various major and minor mechanical, electrical, air, and hydraulic systems.
  • Inspect entire aircraft and its components example, landing gear and hydraulic systems to identify leaks and cracks.
  • Worked on fuel, and hydraulic systems including removing and replacing pumps and internal components and all tests.
  • Removed, inspected, installed and rigged E3 flight controls, landing gear, pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Trained on operation of complex hydraulic systems, gas turbine engine, and flight control rigging procedures.
  • Replaced/Repaired primary and secondary hydraulic systems, flight control servos, transfer modules, and hydraulic pumps.
  • Tested fuel, electric and hydraulic systems, changed numerous components for test and flight data recordings.
  • Tear down and rebuild of landing gear, flaps, hydraulic systems, and engines V2500 series.
  • Performed level A & B maintenance check on hydraulic systems and landing gear and brake system.

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7. FAA

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Here's how FAA is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed aircraft maintenance and inspection duties as a FAA certificated mechanic on general aviation and corporate aircraft.
  • 2000-Briefed and debriefed pilots before and after flights-Serviced aircraft and repaired discrepancies-Complied with all FAA logbook entries
  • Documented aircraft maintenance tasks IAW manufacturer specifications, FAA and Division of Forestry regulations
  • Supervised personnel responsible for aircraft maintenance including required Military and FAA documentation.
  • Performed scheduled maintenance tasks in accordance with manufacturer and FAA guidelines.
  • Repair aircraft within accordance to manufactures recommendations and FAA Regulations.
  • Complied with FAA and manufacturer airworthiness directives and advisory circulars.
  • Maintained all company FAA paperwork and inspection data
  • Overhaul FAA helicopter mechanical components.
  • Installed FAA Directed Structural Modifications.
  • Performed routine and non-routine inspections and maintenance on all aircraft and systems in accordance with company, manufactures and FAA procedures.
  • Assessed fuselages and flight control surfaces for errors and compliance issues and assisted Quality Control engineers I deriving FAA- compliant dispositions.
  • Coordinate with MTL, STM, and the Inspection Department to ensure compliance with internal and FAA inspection and documentation requirements.
  • Inspected, tested, troubleshoot, repair, and or modify airplane parts In accordance with FAA manuals and standards.
  • Monitor and track performance of assigned job tasks and maintain aircraft records in accordance with FAA regulations and company guidelines.
  • Clear MEL and Open write up on log book and document the tasks as required by the company and FAA.
  • Conduct series of comprehensive checks following repair or maintenance in order to maximize safety and ensure compliance with FAA standards.
  • Disassemble and remove commercial aircraft components in accordance with company, FAA and other regulatory agencies policies and procedures.
  • Maintained and ordered parts and competed necessary paperwork for the FAA on a fleet of Cessna and Piper aircraft.
  • Inspected and certified aircraft at specific intervals as required by L-3 Vertex Aerospace, the government and the FAA.

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8. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Conducted daily and turnaround inspections on all aircraft resulting in proper documentation and correction of all deficiencies to include preventative maintenance.
  • Preformed preventative maintenance activities including care and servicing of aircraft and systems for airworthiness.
  • Utilized computer-generated technical data for aircraft inspection, preventative maintenance, and repair.
  • Provide maintenance and preventative maintenance on aircraft's cockpit and environmental control systems
  • Performed preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, and repairs on aircraft
  • Performed periodic and preventative maintenance on support equipment.
  • Executed preventative maintenance on aircraft structures and systems.
  • Preformed corrosion control or corrosion preventative maintenance.
  • Preformed scheduled inspections and preventative maintenance.
  • Performed preventative maintenance for fleet aircraft.
  • Performed preventative maintenance for continued airworthiness.
  • Provided preventative maintenance, including oil and filter changes, brakes, tires, a/c, 100 hour & annual inspections.
  • Turned qualified, plane captain, and preformed daily and preventative maintenance inspections on support equipment for TA4-J training aircraft.
  • Inspected attack helicopters daily to ensure preventative maintenance, inspection criteria, and all components met standards prior to flight.
  • Participated in the restoration of museum aircraft at Wings over the Rockies o Troubleshooting, o Repair, o Preventative maintenance
  • Performed inspections, functional checks, and Preventative Maintenance Service Checks (PMCS) to include periodic and phase inspections.
  • Performed general, major, and preventative maintenance on a wide variety of both fixed wing aircraft and helicopters.
  • Performed preventative maintenance, line maintenance, and phase maintenance on OH-58, UH-1, and AH-1 Bell Helicopters.
  • Preformed preventative maintenance and inspections, log and repair any deficiencies found in a safe and timely manner.
  • Conducted a work center Support Equipment audit and identified a Preventative Maintenance (PM) scheduling deficiency.

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9. Ground Support Equipment

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Here's how Ground Support Equipment is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Facilitated, managed, and operated all ground support equipment assigned to organization resulting in an increased readiness status.
  • Operated all ground support equipment required to supply or service aircraft electrically, hydraulically, or pneumatically.
  • Serviced and operated associated ground support equipment while assigned as a designated Plane Captain.
  • Program manager for hydraulic contamination and ground support equipment.
  • Operated and maintained applicable aircraft maintenance ground support equipment.
  • Operated ground support equipment, including aircraft mobility equipment.
  • Performed daily inspections and maintenance on ground support equipment
  • Maintained and operated all necessary ground support equipment.
  • Ground support equipment applications and servicing.
  • Ground support equipment maintenance and operation.
  • Transported large aircraft, using ground support equipment, into hangers and across the runway while communicating directly with the tower.
  • Conduct functional tests of repaired components and systems using ground support equipment and operating engines at all power levels required.
  • Maintain C-5 (A and B models) aircraft, aerospace ground support equipment, forms, and records.
  • Used numerous ground support equipment such as nitrogen carts, FLIR cameras, TUG's and external electric/light carts.
  • Used and performed operator maintenance on ground support equipment and tools required for helicopter maintenance and ground handling.
  • Supervised the security of, and maintenance of over 3 million dollars of Ground Support Equipment and tools.
  • Licensed to operate ground support equipment such as, light carts, external power supply and tow tractors.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and inspections on subsystems, tools, as well as ground support equipment.
  • Conducted weekly and monthly preventive maintenance checks and services on 40 pieces of various ground support equipment.
  • Inspect, maintain and operate ground support equipment such as electrical power supply and engine starting units.

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10. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Developed ability to research proper hand tools utilizing standard wiring practice manuals.
  • Operated all associated ground support equipment and utilized hand tools, special tools, and fixtures applicable to aircraft maintenance task.
  • Used common hand tools, aircraft hardware, and ground support equipment to perform inspections and repairs on the helicopter.
  • Use of hand tools, air tools, measuring equipment, all tech data, blueprints, and manufacturing drawings.
  • Repaired, replaced, and rebuilt aircraft structures using hand tools, power tools, machines, and special tools.
  • Used a variety of hand tools, power tools, stands and precision measuring devices to accomplish assigned tasks.
  • Use a variety of power tools, hand tools and shop equipment Know and utilize current cost tracking system.
  • Used interior working tools and equipment such as hand tools, band saws, shears, sanders and brakes.
  • Used hand tools, special measuring and test equipment, jigs, fixtures, and special tools and instruments.
  • Assembled components such as switches, electrical controls, and junction boxes, using hand tools or soldering irons.
  • Selected, used, and cared for special tools, hand tools, power tools and test equipment.
  • Repaint and repair aircraft using pneumatic tools, apply chemical substances, and use of basic hand tools.
  • Use small hand tools, sanders, rivet guns, drills, gauges, and other measuring instruments.
  • Remove, cleans, re-installs, or replaces defective parts, accessories, and components using hand tools.
  • Trained to use special tools such as torque wrenches, gauges, and other special hand tools.
  • Experience includes proper selection and safe use of power tools, hand tools, and specialty tools.
  • Fabricate airplane components using drill presses, band saws, digital calipers, and other hand tools.
  • Adjusted and calibrated the aircraft systems by using hand tools along with gauges and test equipment.
  • Replaced worn, defective and damaged components using hand tools, gauges, and actions.
  • Familiarized with hand tools, computers, electronic, hydraulic, and pneumatic testing equipment.

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11. Flight Line

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Here's how Flight Line is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Interfaced with production superintendent and flight line expediter/production supervisor on maintenance and support requirements.
  • Performed scheduled/unscheduled aircraft/essential flight line service maintenance actions as directed to accomplish flight schedule.
  • Performed flight line maintenance including troubleshooting procedures and dynamic rotor system balancing.
  • Communicated with flight line management to schedule and report maintenance completion.
  • Supported Flight Line Maintenance to troubleshoot engine malfunction occasionally.
  • Completed scheduled and unscheduled flight line maintenance.
  • Designed and implemented flight line tool trailer to streamline the maintenance process for inspections, saving valuable man hours and funds.
  • Performed light and heavy check maintenance on A320, DC9, and MD80 aircraft* Flight line maintenance, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Experience: Eight years working in the aviation community on active flight lines to including rotary wing and fixed wing aircraft.
  • Acted as assistant flight line shift supervisor, supervising all flight line operations under a variety of conditions and flight schedules.
  • Performed maintenance on the flight line to facilitate timely troubleshooting and repairs to limit aircraft movement or disarming weapon systems.
  • Launch and recover C 26E turboprop jet, and use tug to tow to flight line and stow in hangar.
  • Assist in moving aircraft in and around the hanger and flight line in accordance with maintenance needs and mission requirements.
  • Performed basic flight line operations, aircraft systems inspections and servicing, aircraft engine inspections, servicing and health checks.
  • Performed aircraft maintenance duties on B-52H aircraft during flight line operations as a trainee progressing to a junior journeyman mechanic.
  • Performed Flight line maintenance to include, Main Rotor and Tail rotor track and balance, engine drive shaft balance.
  • Practiced applicable safety procedures and precautions on the flight line and in hangar deck areas and operated assigned firefighting equipment.
  • Flight line Security / Law Enforcement Patrolmen providing armed protection for C-9 / C21 Aircraft and other transient aircraft.
  • Performed aircraft maintenance at the flight line for four airlines and three models of aircraft under time critical conditions.
  • Worked Flight line maintenance to include troubleshooting and repairing all systems necessary, to make the a/c flight worthy.

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12. Avionics

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Here's how Avionics is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform installation, analysis, repair and troubleshooting of integrated avionics systems and aircraft electrical / mechanical systems.
  • Tested avionics equipment under simulated or actual operating conditions to determine performance and airworthiness, using test equipment.
  • Performed maintenance, inspection and repair of aircraft avionics for initial certification and continuing adequacy.
  • Inspected and tested modified Avionics and communications systems utilizing drawings, schematics and test equipment.
  • Disassembled and reassembled aircraft interior as directed to facilitate avionics installation and/or repairs.
  • Operate avionics systems by using aircraft controls and displays to determine operational condition.
  • Performed testing, troubleshooting, repair and modification of aircraft electrical/ avionics systems/subsystems.
  • Diagnosed and repaired malfunctions with armament, electrical and avionics systems and components.
  • Worked with integration personal on placement and installation of avionics and payloads.
  • Qualified in avionics troubleshooting, modification installation, and Cat III certifications.
  • Completed light sheet metal fabrications to facilitate avionics installation and/or repairs.
  • Modified existing avionics systems to add or enhance current avionics capabilities.
  • Serviced and repaired Avionics systems and aircraft to ensure serviceability.
  • Supervised the avionics maintenance while conducting other managerial duties.
  • Maintained calibrated tooling program and aircraft avionics test equipment.
  • Repaired and installed sheet metal and avionics modifications.
  • Performed developmental test and evaluation of aircraft avionics.
  • Maintained accountability and serviceability of avionics test equipment.
  • Familiarized with military and civilian avionics test equipment.
  • Worked primarily as an aircraft avionics mechanic.

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13. Phase Inspections

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Here's how Phase Inspections is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Assisted Scheduled and Unscheduled Maintenance Leads in coordinating all required actions to correctly and expeditiously complete T-6 Phase inspections.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance to include phase inspections on assigned aircraft, replace major dynamic components i.e.
  • Performed periodic phase inspections, general overhaul and repair requiring replacement and assemble of aviation parts.
  • Completed phase inspections, assisted in completion of service bulletins and airworthiness directives.
  • Performed over 1,120 scheduled and unscheduled maintenance actions during seven major phase inspections.
  • Work included scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and Phase inspections.
  • Preformed Phase inspections on Cessna Citation jet aircraft
  • Performed aircraft phase inspections on Corporate/Business jets.
  • Managed and coordinated major aircraft phase inspections.
  • Performed / monitored periodic phase inspections.
  • Performed preventive maintenance and phase inspections.
  • Performed aircraft phase inspections and the repair, adjustment, servicing, alignment, and lubrication required during the phase inspections.
  • Perform Scheduled/ Unscheduled, Special/ Periodic and Phase Inspections on UH-1H (Huey), CH-47D (Chinook) helicopters.
  • Led and instrumental to the completion of two phase inspections, 420 special inspections, and over 3,200 maintenance hours.
  • Perform Phase inspections and drop in maintenance on King Air, Citation, Lear, Hawker, and Challenger aircraft.
  • Performed fifteen 500-hour phase inspections, as well as 125-hour and 250-hour inspections on the AH-64D Longbow Apache.
  • Perform daily and phase inspections to ensure aircraft integrity for flight as well as conducting flight systems troubleshooting.
  • Unsurpassed technical ability in removed and replaced six engines and three main rotor-head assemblies during major phase inspections.
  • Supervised and conducted Aircraft Engine/ Flight hour inspections, Special/ Acceptance and Phase Inspections as required by regulation.
  • Phase Working Lead Mechanic, supervised crew of 12 during scheduled phase inspections on King Air MC-12W.

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14. Depot

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Here's how Depot is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed depot level structural modification and repair using engineering drawings, specifications, standards and maintenance manuals.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and limited depot repairs with aeronautical engineering approvals on OH-58A/C aircraft.
  • Overhauled, tested hydraulic flight controls and components to government defined specifications including depot repairs.
  • Configured aircraft for depot input and output ensuring quality product was returned to customer
  • Assist Depot level maintenance activities on individual assigned aircraft discrepancies as required.
  • Performed limited depot tasks with one-time authorizations from aviation engineering directorate.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance up to depot level.
  • Perform Programmed Depot Maintenance to large military aircraft.
  • Performed depot level aircraft maintenance.
  • Performed approved Depot level repairs.
  • Performed inspections and depot level repairs on Army aircraft power train components to include: CH-47 M/R (Main Rotor) Assembly
  • Maintained inventory Daily warehouse activities were in support of the shop, other depots, or the military service as required.
  • Conducted maintenance on the TF39 turbofan engines and depot level maintenance on the C-5 Galaxy at Robins Air Force Base.
  • Performed Organizational, Intermediate, and Depot level maintenance on unique, research, development, test and evaluation aircraft.
  • Performed limited depot level maintenance and modification to UH-60 helicopters for the Texas National Guard and Fort Hood Army Base.
  • Performed Intermediate and Depot Level repairs on aircraft structures, which saved the command over $200,000 in replacement costs.
  • Perform scheduled depot maintenance on Boeing C-17 aircraft in accordance with applicable Technical Orders, regulations, and directives.
  • Provided support for Air Force missions under a maintenance and modification depot supporting the KC-10 (DC-10) aircraft.
  • Specialized in depot level maintenance in which returning aircraft to airworthiness was critical to the safety of flight.
  • Scheduled and Un-Scheduled Maintenance, Depot level Maintenance, major repairs and alterations supporting Aircraft assigned to U.S.ARMY Europe

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15. Uh-60

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Here's how Uh-60 is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Reviewed UH-60M documented maintenance actions for content, clarity, completeness and accuracy prior to presentation to Quality Assurance representatives.
  • Worked short term contract performing maintenance and modifications on UH-60 helicopters for overseas customer.
  • Preform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on assigned UH-60 helicopters.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance/inspection on army UH-60/CH-47 helicopters.
  • Performed Scheduled Maintenance on UH-60 L Helicopters
  • Performed Scheduled maintenance on UH-60L Helicopters
  • Performed duties as a field mechanic, assisting in the maintenance and upkeep of an UH-60 helicopter in a field environment.
  • Provided contract maintenance support to the US Army's AH-64 Apache, UH-60 Black Hawk and CH-47 Chinook rotary wing aircraft.
  • Performed sheet metal maintenance on various U.S. Army helicopters, such as UH-1, UH-47, UH-60, and Cobra gunships.
  • Disassembled, inspected, rebuilt or replaced and installed worn or damaged components on Bell IA-407, Boeing AH-64D and UH-60.
  • Lead team responsible for configuring U.S. Army aircraft models AH-64, UH-60, CH-47 and OH-58 to operate in desert environment.
  • Hood, TX Troubleshooting and maintenance for reset on UH-60A&L and HH-60L model aircraft holding position as aircraft mechanic 2
  • Deployed working with Army (AVIM) performing (PMI) Phase maintenance inspections on UH-60 A-L, CH-47 helicopters.
  • Performed PMI 1 and 2 Inspections on UH-60A/L, HH-60A helicopters for Tennessee National Guard in Smyrna, Tennessee.
  • Performed phase, scheduled, unscheduled, diagnostic, and general maintenance on UH-60, OH-58 and AH-64A/D aircraft.
  • Start Date 07/2006 - 01/2007 Perform Reset on UH-60 Black Hawks, Inspected and repaired aircraft frame and subsystems.
  • Work on the RESET program for the OH-58D, UH-60M models Aircraft on aircraft returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Performed Scheduled and Unscheduled maintenance on UH-60 series Aircraft, Supporting the Ohio Army National Guard's deployment Readiness.
  • Managed multiple phase maintenance teams responsible for $100 million of UH-60 aircraft/equipment and monitored shop practices and safety.
  • Performed advanced troubleshooting, inspection, and repairs to UH-60 A/L aircraft in a forward-deployed theater of operations.

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16. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Complied with adjustment and test procedures using blue print manuals, policies and procedures.
  • Conducted and inspect engine functional test procedures to ensure proper functionality of all systems.
  • Complied with Bombardier Aerospace blueprints and Canadian Aviation Regulations documents, Engineering Specifications, Functional Test Procedures, and Technical Procedures.
  • Used diagnostic test procedures and equipment to troubleshoot aircraft system malfunctions.
  • Completed flight test procedures on hydraulic and mechanical systems on aircraft for proper function and operation.
  • Developed and wrote assembly and test procedures.

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17. Fuel Systems

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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Completed inspection and repairs on turbine engine, hydraulic/pneumatic/fuel systems, cockpit controls, interior (upholstery/soundproofing/insulation).
  • Diagnosed fuel systems and mechanical component malfunctions, and recommended corrective actions.
  • Supervised, inspected and evaluated aircraft fuel systems mechanical maintenance activities.
  • Inspect, analyze, troubleshoot, and perform maintenance on aircraft fuel systems, associated systems, components, and equipment.
  • Repaired, replaced, and rebuild aircraft structures, landing gear, fuel systems, and functional components using hand tools.
  • Removed all flight controls, avionics system, APU, landing gears, hydraulic units, oxygen systems and fuel systems.
  • Remove's and replaces components in landing gear, flight control's, engine, hydraulic, electrical and fuel systems.
  • Maintained turbofan engines, internal and external fuel systems including Aerial Refueling Stores to ensure safety 100% on-time.
  • Complete servicing and draining/bleeding of liquid oxygen, gaseous oxygen, oil, pneumatic, hydraulic and fuel systems.
  • Disassembled, cleaned, inspected all major components to include flight controls, gear boxes, and fuel systems.
  • Repaired and replaced aircraft structures, landing gear, power plants, propellers, fuel systems and functional components.
  • Performed repairs on aircraft fuel systems, rotor systems, drive system, power train system and power plants.
  • Performed the removal, repair, and replacement of flight controls, rigging, engines, and fuel systems.
  • Assisted with operating, inspection and performing maintenance of aircraft turbine engines, propeller systems and fuel systems.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on engines, propellers, auxiliary power unit, and fuel systems.
  • Performed Air Force aircraft fuel systems removal, repair, and installation maintenance procedures and policies.
  • Maintain and repair the fuel systems of the B-1 bomber aircraft and the C-130 cargo aircraft.
  • Make operational checks of hydraulic and fuel systems using external power sources and powered ground equipment.
  • Fuel systems, including removal replacement of fuel cells, components and fuel indicating systems.
  • Repaired aircraft mechanical, power plant, and fuel systems to ensure safety of flight.

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18. Technical Data

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Here's how Technical Data is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Applied professional technical expertise and guidance to solve complex problems by interpreting technical data such as blueprints or manufactures maintenance manuals.
  • Read and interpreted maintenance manuals, service bulletins, technical data, and engineering data to repair/replace malfunctioning or damaged components
  • Instructed workers in maintenance actions and insured that established maintenance standards were accomplished in accordance with applicable technical data.
  • Maintained the confidentiality and sensitivity of every aircraft forms and documentations in accordance with technical data and management procedures.
  • Verify work performed and that parts/components installed conform to technical data requirements by stamp certifying process documents/historical records.
  • Coordinated and monitored maintainers during maintenance repairs ensuring safety procedures and technical data was used.
  • Read and interpreted maintenance manuals and technical data to determine methods of repairing damaged components.
  • Evaluated technical data and information for suitability and advised others on technical issues.
  • Interpreted engineering drawings and other technical data to correct discrepancies.
  • Disassembled and inspected incoming aircraft in accordance with technical data.
  • Performed electrical repairs in accordance with applicable technical data
  • Followed strict technical data to accomplish maintenance.
  • Ensured team safety, quality, and production goals are met in accordance with procedures, policies, and technical data.
  • Utilized technical data, wiring schematics, and work cards to diagnose and solve complex organizational and intermediate level maintenance problems.
  • Repaired turbines, overhauled, or replaced components to applicable service manuals, as well as blueprints and other technical data.
  • Utilized schematics, handbooks, and technical data to perform in-depth troubleshooting, fault isolation, and maintenance on engine systems.
  • Provided expert technical guidance to solve complex problems by interpreting technical data such as blue prints or manufacturers' manuals.
  • Disconnect, remove, and/or disassemble aircraft system components and parts, using proper technical data and approved maintenance procedures.
  • Perform all maintenance and inspections IAW FAR 43 & 91, AC 43.13 and all other applicable manufactures technical data.
  • Instruct subordinates on new procedures, changes in technical data followed by support & guidance when problems arise.

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19. Cessna

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Here's how Cessna is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Provided aviation mechanical support to private aircraft manufacturers such as Cessna and Sikorsky.
  • Attended various Cessna supervisor workshops and computer based training.
  • Participated in firewall forward restoration of Cessna O-2A.
  • Performed maintenance services for Commercial Operator on Cessna Caravan aircraft for Federal Express Corp. and B99 and E110 aircraft for UPS.
  • Performed thorough inspections, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, and emergency repairs on a fleet of Cessna 172 training aircraft.
  • Unscheduled maintenance on various corporate/private aircraft including, Hawker 800XP, Cessna Citation CJ3, X, 172, 208.
  • Performed phase maintenance program on Cessna 172S, King Air C90B, Piper Warrior, Arrow 3, and Seminoles.
  • Rendered technical support to Iraqi Air Force with fleet of 12 Cessna 172S models, and 6 Cessna 208Bs.
  • Perform 50 and 100v hour inspection, helped move aircraft Perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on Cessna 172 aircraft.
  • Repair and maintain a fleet of 7 flight school aircraft including pipers, Cessna and unique fabric covered aircraft
  • Performed maintenance and repair on Cessna Citation, Beech King Air, Queen Air and Beech 1900C aircraft.
  • Completed hourly inspections on American Champion Decathlon, Cessna 150, Schweitzer 300, and Bell 206 aircraft.
  • Performed Operational and Run-ups Checks on PA-31 Navajo and Cessna 207 after inspections and for troubleshoot problems.
  • Performed 100 Hour inspections for General Aviation aircraft* Pilot for Hire* General maintenance on Cessna and Beech aircraft
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on Cessna Citation II, Cessna 210 and King Air 200 aircraft.
  • Performed maintenance, modifications, and warranty replacements as a trained Cessna Single Engine Service Center repairman.
  • Performed maintenance on a variety of aircraft including Cessna 750, 550, 421, and 175.
  • Offered numerous direct hire positions at both Cessna and Sikorsky for outstanding work and work ethic.
  • Deployed to Iraq as an aircraft mechanic working on Cessna 337 and Piper Navajo aircraft.
  • Performed maintenance functions on variety of Bowman owned or leased Cessna twin engine propeller aircraft.

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20. Special Inspections

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Here's how Special Inspections is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance to include major component removal/installation, general upkeep maintenance, Phase and Special inspections.
  • Performed scheduled, unscheduled and special inspections in compliance with regulatory authorities and industry requirements and standards.
  • Performed aircraft inspections and maintenance operational checks, in addition to preparation for special inspections.
  • Conducted routine and special inspections as required by regulations and documented in computerized record.
  • Performed periodic and special inspections and determine aircraft flight readiness.
  • Perform scheduled inspections and assist in performing special inspections.
  • Performed maintenance operational checks and special inspections.
  • Perform scheduled and special inspections; maintenance (in accordance with applicable maintenance service manuals) for aircraft mission design series.
  • Performed special inspections and maintenance vital to the success of the Aircraft Maintenance Platoon mission in support of Operation New Dawn.
  • Conducted routine and special inspections as required by regulations, which resulted in 100% safe completion of flight operations.
  • Planned, prioritized and executed major phase maintenance, general aircraft maintenance and special inspections for numerous aircraft types.
  • Obtain fuel and oil samples and check for contamination and conduct routine and special inspections as required by regulations.
  • Performed scheduled maintenance inspections and assist in performing special inspections and repair of wings, fuselage and tail assemblies.
  • Accomplished 150-hour inspections and special inspections, and ensured monthly update on Inertial Navigation System (INS).
  • Used special tools and ground support equipment to preform scheduled and special inspections and maintenance checks.
  • Examine and inspect various aircraft components and conduct routine and special inspections as required by regulations.
  • Conducted routine and special inspections as required by Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRC's).
  • Conducted routine and special inspections as required by regulations after and before each flight.
  • Conducted, inspected and performed routine and special inspections on numerous Apache helicopters.
  • Performed special inspections such as engine bore scope and fuel/hydraulic sample analysis.

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21. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Installed, maintained, repaired and modified electrical systems and major substation components of electrical systems.
  • Performed daily repair and troubleshooting on mechanical and electrical systems of cargo and commercial aircraft.
  • Fabricated wiring harnesses, installed/modified avionics and electrical systems as required per engineering orders.
  • Assisted aircraft electricians in the troubleshooting and modification of aircraft electrical systems.
  • Assembled mechanical and electrical systems on all CH-47 Chinook Helicopter variations.
  • Replace hydraulic, mechanical and electrical systems.
  • Serviced and maintained mechanical and electrical systems.
  • Use electrical test equipment to find problems in electrical systems or X-ray and magnetic inspection equipment to locate cracks in engines.
  • Demonstrated advanced troubleshooting skill in aircraft electrical systems power plant and engine controls to include rigging and dynamic balancing of props.
  • Maintained, repaired and rebuilt aircraft structures and functional components, including hydraulic, oxygen, fuel and electrical systems.
  • Certified plane captain, with duties that included full inspection of all helicopter systems to include avionics and electrical systems.
  • Inspect, maintain, and repair heavy aircraft hydraulics, rigging, sheet metal, and electrical systems.
  • Advanced technical training for various types of aircraft systems to include communication, mechanical, and electrical systems.
  • Eclipse 500 and 550 SeriesRemove, install, modify and conduct operational checks on all aircraft electrical systems.
  • Learned to read schematics and understand the operation, inspection and troubleshooting of various aircraft electrical systems.
  • Inspect, repair, replace, troubleshoot aircraft mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical systems.
  • Have good knowledge of electrical systems and have above average ability to read and interpret wiring schematics.
  • Performed functional checks on existing and newly installed aircraft electrical systems, equipment, wiring and cables.
  • Repaired and replaced mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical systems, and tires on aircraft.
  • Repaired, disassembled, assembled, installed and maintained aircraft electrical systems, equipment and accessories.

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22. C-130

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Here's how C-130 is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Received dedicated instruction for Polish government policy and procedures related to C-130 aircraft.
  • Removed/repaired/replaced KC-130J Rolls Royce aircraft engines and components.
  • Installed various modifications on the B747, A310-A320, DC-10, C-130 in accordance with Supplemental Type Certificates and Airworthiness Directives.
  • Installed mod kits, repaired and replaced engine struts, hydraulic equipment and gear/flap system components on Boeing KC-135 and C-130.
  • Inspect, troubleshoot, maintain, repair, then reassemble C-130 Hercules aircraft at the depot level of maintenance.
  • Performed heavy (Depot-level) maintenance on U.S. Air Force, NAVY, and Marine Corps C-130 Aircraft.
  • Served as an Aircraft Mechanic for 6 and 1/2 years performing maintenance and inspections on C-130 military aircraft.
  • Provided maintenance planning and management for the KC-130 F/R/J model aircraft at the VX-20 Test and Evaluation Squadron.
  • Performed C-130 main landing gear strut replacement, work completed 16 hours ahead of schedule and within tolerance.
  • Prepared C-130 aircraft for bleed air duct NDI inspections, landing gear maintenance and flight control maintenance.
  • Performed minor and major inspections, wrote discrepancies, and repaired C-130 aircraft in Phase Inspection section.
  • Earned the rank of Sargent in Aircraft Maintenance working on the Lockheed Martin C-130 Cargo Plane.
  • Supervised, Inspected and performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on the P-3 Orion and C-130 Hercules.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled engine, propeller, and fuel cell maintenance on four C-130T aircraft.
  • Trained in the maintenance, troubleshooting, inspection, and repair of C-130 Hercules aircraft.
  • Performed maintenance, scheduled, unscheduled, and periodic inspections on S-3 and C-130 aircraft.
  • Assisted in maintaining C-130 H and J model aircraft in the United States and Europe.
  • Job assignments include installation, modification and operational checkout of ETCAS system on C-130 aircraft.
  • Supported on/off shore based operations for F-14A/B/D, P-3 and C-130, S-3 naval aircraft.
  • Maintained and inspected the pneumatic, hydraulic, and electric systems of the C-130 aircraft.

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23. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Conduct extensive trouble shooting, isolating unusual engine anomalies.
  • Perform limited maintenance operational checks and assist in diagnosing and trouble shooting aircraft subsystems using special tools and equipment as required.
  • Trained new hires on weight and balance, rotor track and balance, electrical and mechanical trouble shooting techniques and processes.
  • Perform and supervise trouble shooting, inspection, servicing, operation, removal, and install of many landing gear components.
  • Supervised a team in engine repair, afterburner assembly maintenance, test cell operations, and trouble shooting on F414 engines.
  • Assist in trouble shooting inspections, and diagnose maintenance issues involving aircraft structures, systems, and engines.
  • Assist's in trouble shooting, and, operational checks in all electrical and navigation systems.
  • Employed diagnostic and trouble shooting methods on aircraft subsystems using special tools and equipment as required.
  • Assisted in aircraft weighing and in the trouble shooting of faulty systems upon completion of maintenance.
  • Performed aircraft taxi, engine runs, system trouble shooting and routine / non-routine maintenance.
  • Used trouble shooting and fault isolation techniques to find and repair faults in existing systems.
  • Experienced in trouble shooting of all major components and systems of the aircraft.
  • Conducted fuel and oil system maintenance, inspections and trouble shooting.
  • Performed post maintenance trouble shooting on hydraulic systems for leaking components.
  • Tire, wheel, and brake systems trouble shooting and repair.
  • Trouble shooting and fault isolation of electrical components systems as needed.
  • Performed trouble shooting and line maintenance on A319 and A320 aircraft
  • Completed flight control rigging and trouble shooting of aircraft components.
  • Oversee and assist specialist on aircraft discrepancies and trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting systems required for proper aircraft functions.

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24. Heavy Maintenance

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Here's how Heavy Maintenance is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Developed and effectively executed planning and scheduling of multiple aircraft through heavy maintenance schedules.
  • Performed troubleshooting, scheduled maintenance, unscheduled maintenance, heavy maintenance and inspections.
  • Managed subordinate mechanics to ensure timely completion of heavy maintenance actions.
  • Performed assembly of commercial aircraft after heavy maintenance.
  • Performed and completed scheduled heavy maintenance checks.
  • Managed heavy maintenance performed off location.
  • Performed heavy maintenance, such as, main transmission replacement, main rotor replacement, hydraulic servo replacement and engine replacement.
  • Perform heavy maintenance on passenger and cargo planes including structure/sheet metal repairs, heat treating of aluminum alloys and composite repairs.
  • Fuel tank maintenance, EWIS, bleed air system, hydraulic systems, paint, engine and other heavy maintenance.
  • Conducted heavy maintenance checks, repair, overhaul and modify of 747, 727, 767 and DC-10 aircraft.
  • Performed heavy maintenance on Boeing 727, 737,757 and McDonnell Douglas DC-9,MD-80 series aircraft and components.
  • Wheel and Brake Overhaul Shop, Heavy Maintenance and Line Maintenance All phases of repair and maintenance.
  • Perform heavy maintenance A, B, C and D checks at a full-service MRO facility.
  • Performed heavy maintenance such as engine removal and replacement, and fuel cell removal and replacement.
  • Major or heavy maintenance when needed and assist other shops to accomplish testing tasks or procedures.
  • Line and heavy maintenance inspections to Northwest Airlines fleet aircraft DC9, DC10 and Boeing 757.
  • Designed and implemented composite and metal bond shop for the Charlotte, NC Heavy Maintenance Hangar.
  • Involved in heavy maintenance, overhaul, troubleshooting and sheet metal repairs of transport category aircraft.
  • Saved $1 million per aircraft in cost to send aircraft to heavy maintenance facility.
  • Conducted Crew Chief and Heavy Maintenance Mechanic duties on OV-1D Mohawk and UH-1H Huey aircraft.

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25. Technical Orders

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Here's how Technical Orders is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Resolve installation problems and perform aircraft modifications IAW military Technical Orders, commercial maintenance manuals and service bulletins.
  • Utilize applicable technical orders/manuals when performing aircraft maintenance, time compliance technical orders to troubleshoot aircraft systems.
  • Train organization maintenance personnel on safety programs and proper use of technical orders.
  • Exhibited superior talents in troubleshooting malfunctions and accomplishing time compliance technical orders.
  • Documented all maintenance actions using applicable forms and technical orders.
  • Ensured accuracy and completeness of aircraft technical orders and publications.
  • Use technical orders and engineering specifications to complete inspections.
  • Followed numerous technical orders to ensure safety
  • Skilled in reading and understanding instructions, specifications, blueprints, technical orders and data settings from cockpit instruments and gauges.
  • Research, requisition, and procure parts at austere locations while providing en route support using applicable technical orders and directives.
  • Performed complete engine overhaul maintenance including tear down, inspection and buildup in accordance with applicable TO's technical orders.
  • Ensured timely and accurate completion of documents comprised of core automated maintenance system (IMDS) associated with technical orders.
  • Experience in usage of Technical orders, and filing information into databases for work performed on the Stealth Bomber.
  • Follow all procedures and policy using Technical Orders for repair and for Quality Assurance requirements and Air Force policies.
  • Performed annual inspection and overhaul procedures on F-15 aircraft in accordance with specific maintenance technical orders and manuals.
  • Inspected work for quality, completeness, proper functioning, and adherence to engineering drawings, technical orders.
  • Skilled in reading, interpreting and using wiring diagrams, schematic drawings, technical orders and publications.
  • Used various maintenance technical orders and manuals to research and order parts for aircraft and associated equipment.
  • Accomplished work in accordance with technical orders, manufacturers' handbooks and specifications, and engineering data.
  • Comply with Service Bulletin, Service Letters, Time change Technical Orders and Engineering Orders when issued.

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26. Airbus

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Here's how Airbus is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Utilized Airbus Software to access part numbers and availability.
  • Experience removing, replacing and inspecting starters, generators and other components on CFM engines installed on Airbus A319/Airbus A320 aircraft.
  • Performed Operation Check flight controls such as: Flaps, Spoiler, Aileron, THS, Elevator and rudder Airbus A340.
  • Job duties and responsibilities include maintain, service and system trouble shoot for the Airbus 319/320/321, Boeing 737-300/400 and 757-200.
  • Led a team on 7 mechanics in performing maintenance support on Boeing 757, 717, and Airbus 319/320 aircraft.
  • Performed duties as A and P mechanic doing heavy maintenance on Airbus 320 and Boeing 767 aircraft.
  • Perform routine and non-routine tasks related to phase checks on Boeing 747-400 and Airbus A330 aircraft.
  • Perform cabin maintenance on Airbus A320, Boeing 737, 767 including C checks and HMV maintenance
  • Worked on heavy maintenance team performing heavy checks on Airbus 300-600 (UPS cargo).
  • Performed heavy C-check/maintenance on B737, B757, B767 and Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft.
  • Worked on heavy maintenance team performing heavy checks on Airbus 319, 320 and 321.
  • Read and understands various Boeing/Airbus specific aircraft maintenance manuals to identify and locate faults.
  • Perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on Boeing 757 and airbus 319 / 320 aircraft.
  • Job responsibilities: Routine and non-routine maintenance of Boeing 737-300/700/800 and Airbus A318/319.
  • Performed preventive maintenance of annual inspection on aircraft Boeing 757 and airbus A320.
  • Performed interior modifications and overnight line maintenance on Frontier Airlines Airbus A318/319 fleet.
  • Gore Design Completions Performed maintenance on A300 airbus and Boeing 787 aircraft.
  • Perform C-Checks, Scheduled, and unscheduled maintenance on Airbus A320 aircraft.
  • Trained 10 Mechanics on Airbus Aircraft repair and maintenance skills.
  • Work completed on interior of B737 aircraft and Airbus 320.

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27. APU

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Here's how APU is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Conducted operational checks for launch and recovery systems on Air Vehicle, along with catapult launch/net recovery operations.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance to include removal and installation of APU's, engines, landing gear and flight controls.
  • Overhauled Main and APU batteries along with Nose and Main wheels of the aircraft to return the aircraft to airworthiness status.
  • Performed complete engine over haul and repair on APU, gas turbine engines, turbo fan engine and turbo jet engines.
  • Performed landing gear, tire and brake inspection and replacement, flight control rigging, APU and engine removal/replacements
  • Removed and replaced aircraft engines, APU s, Air cycle machines which were all also serviced etc.
  • Remove and install Auxiliary Power Unit and also performed filter changes and servicing to APU.
  • Worked on over 2,300 components including hydraulic and steam catapults, and arresting gear equipment.
  • Performed engine, APU, Main MOD., Tail Gear Box Removal and Replacements.
  • Aided in engine, APU, prop and prop hub removal and installation.
  • Perform general maintenance and lubrication of aircraft wings, wheel wells, APU.
  • Removed and replaced landing gear, tires, brakes, APU and air stairs
  • Changed oil and Air filters in APU and both engines.
  • Performed troubleshooting and repair on Turbine Engines and APU.
  • Replaced Engines, APU landing gear & other components.
  • Participated in removing and replacing APU.
  • Worked on engines and APU's
  • Overhaul of PW2000, PWJT9D, PWJT8, and aircraft APU.
  • Operated and maintained the TURBO JET and APU TEST CELL.
  • Serviced all aircraft systems and sub-systems including hydraulic, engines, transmission, apu, gear boxes, and struts.

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28. P-3

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Here's how P-3 is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on P-3 aircraft engines, propellers, auxiliary power units and ancillary equipment.
  • Support P-3 Taiwan Mission Install and Pakistan modification installation.
  • Performed structural modifications on U.S. Navy P-3 aircraft
  • Performed maintenance on Retired Navy P-3 Aircraft
  • Completed instruction at the Naval Air Reserve (ASW) Training Center for P-3 Engine Operators and Systems Familiarization Courses.
  • Assisted in the successful delivery of US Customs/Boarder Protection P-3 aircraft, first aircraft to receive completely new wing assemblies.
  • Perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on 6 P-3 A/B aircraft to include engine and propeller build-up and tear down.
  • Performed safe and quality scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on 12 F/A-18F, H60s, P-3, P-8A aircraft.
  • Performed maintenance on up to 40 P-3C aircraft and related systems, which included environmental control and pressurization.
  • Provided required and advanced maintenance to P-3C Maritime Orion Long Range Aircraft following strict quality control standards.
  • Supervised organizational level maintenance on P-3 and F-14 aircraft, aircraft components and aircraft engines.
  • Employed as an Aircraft Worker on (6) uniquely configured P-3 A/B aircraft.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on P-3 T56-A-14 turbo prop engines and related systems.
  • Worked in organizational maintenance on Allison T-56 Turbo Prop Engine on P-3C Orion.
  • Fuel P-3 airplanes and safely provide ground handling assistance to P-3 airplanes.
  • Restored Orion P-3 cabin work centers, seats, and bathroom facilities.
  • Conduct routine and special inspection on MH60-S Helicopter and P-3 Orion.
  • Performed organizational level maintenance on C-2A and EP-3 aircraft.
  • Performed overhaul on 48 P-3 engines.
  • Recommended as P-3 Engine Operator.

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29. Functional Components

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Here's how Functional Components is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Repair, replace and rebuild aircraft structures and functional components including rigging, surface controls and plumbing and hydraulic units.
  • Repaired the aircraft structure and functional components, such as: hydraulic units, fuselage, and wings.
  • Inspect, service, remove, replace, modify and install functional components to ensure airworthiness.
  • Repair on flight functional components, rigging, flight surface controls, plumbing & hydraulic units.
  • Assisted in the Phase Docks repairing and replacing functional components such as Flight Control surfaces.
  • Experienced with the repair, replacement, and rebuilding of aircraft functional components.
  • Experience with functional components including rigging controls, plumbing, and hydraulic units.
  • Removed, inspected, and repaired major drive train and functional components.
  • Service, remove, repair, replace, and install functional componentsmechanical and electro- mechanical systems.

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30. Special Tools

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Here's how Special Tools is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Assisted in diagnosing and troubleshooting malfunctions of helicopter subsystems using special tools and equipment as required.
  • Performed scheduled inspections and assisted in diagnosing and troubleshooting aircraft subsystems using special tools and equipment.
  • Assisted in diagnosing and troubleshooting aircraft subsystems utilizing special tools and aircraft support equipment.
  • Operated test equipment and special tools required to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance.
  • Completed internal calibration of common and special tools as required ensuring precision accuracy.
  • Determined damage limits and tolerances within specified scope utilizing special tools and equipment.
  • Perform troubleshooting of the power-train systems using special tools and test equipment to diagnose any system malfunctions and make necessary repairs.
  • Assisted in ground runs, tracking, diagnosing and isolating malfunctions of helicopter systems and sub-systems using special tools and equipment.
  • Work with Production Control to order and expedite needed hardware, material, parts, and equipment and special tools.
  • Perform maintenance operation checks and diagnose and troubleshoot aircraft systems using special tools and test equipment as required.
  • Initiate orders for new equipment/special tools and/or spare/replacement parts, and assign them to an appropriate location.
  • Used precision measuring instruments and special tools in performing maintenance on the OV-10 aircraft and T-76 engines.
  • Used and performed maintenance on variety of TMDE, common and special tools, and GSE.
  • Maintained accountability and inventory control of sensitive items, GSE, special tools and equipment.
  • Used and performed user maintenance on common and special tools and maintains forms and records.
  • Maintain common and special tools in a safe and serviceable condition per general Aviation standards.
  • Use and accomplish operator maintenance on tools, special tools, and aircraft ground equipment.
  • Provided inventory control for all test equipment and special tools required for maintenance support.
  • Maintained special tools to repair and replace the components in an aircraft structure.
  • Inspect, analyze, and troubleshoot using a variety of special tools.

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31. Maintenance Procedures

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Here's how Maintenance Procedures is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Interpreted and advised on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft and service equipment Test repaired components using calibrated test equipment.
  • Inspect systems, subsystems and components to applicable technical publication to determine adherence to prescribed maintenance procedures and quality assurance standards.
  • Inspected system components and parts for defects, serviceability, and proper installation using established inspection and maintenance procedures.
  • Interpreted inspection findings and advised on maintenance procedures to repair aircraft and related equipment.
  • Facilitated training in effective wiring-maintenance procedures that improved shop performance by 10%.
  • Followed Quality Assurance protocols for properly documenting and archiving all Aircraft maintenance procedures.
  • Assisted management evaluating and implementing proper maintenance procedures for the T6B.
  • Perform Technical Inspection as required by maintenance procedures and/or directives.
  • Performed all work assigned in accordance with approved maintenance procedures.
  • Supervised and trained new personnel in daily maintenance procedures.
  • Recommended methods to improve equipment performance and maintenance procedures.
  • Follow approved maintenance procedures to accomplish assigned duties.
  • Worked hand in hand with military counterparts carrying out daily maintenance procedures and preparing the B-2 aircraft for daily flights.
  • Document maintenance procedures to include: component damage, component origin, and condition of component, components or equipment.
  • Trained on use of Material Safety Data Sheets for all hazardous material and petroleum products used in maintenance procedures.
  • Participated in Joint Readiness training and Preventive Maintenance procedures while in Okinawa Japan, Philippines, and Korea.
  • Train in phased maintenance procedures along with safety procedures for loading and unloading of supplies and equipment.
  • Supervised, trained, and developed 25 personnel on all aspects of current doctrinal aircraft maintenance procedures.
  • Instruct Marines on proper maintenance procedures such as using the correct tool for the job.
  • Evaluated maintenance procedures, documented proposed inputs on the newly developed MH-60R and MH- 60S.

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32. Technical Publications

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Here's how Technical Publications is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Skilled in the use of technical publications, standard publications, updating aircraft maintenance manuals and initiating technical order improvement records
  • Advise, perform troubleshooting, and determine repair procedures on aircraft engines.-Diagnose and repair malfunctions using technical publications.
  • Performed skilled manual tasks on aircraft and their components within precise parameters prescribed by appropriate technical publications.
  • Inspected for proper maintenance actions, insuring safety procedures were followed in accordance with technical publications.
  • Used multiple technical publications, schematics, and engineering specifications to maintain aircraft airworthiness.
  • Read and interpret technical publications to analyze operating characteristics of aircraft systems and subsystems.
  • Reviewed technical publications and directives, investigated trouble areas and provided corrective actions.
  • Inspect installed and repaired components to ensure compliance with technical publications and directives.
  • Interpret electrical schematics, blueprints, illustrated parts manuals and technical publications.
  • Performed starting and ground turn-up functions utilizing technical publications in skill area.
  • Checked repairs for serviceability according to specifications and technical publications.
  • Maintained technical publications and ensured technical directives are in place.
  • Complied with standard procedures and all applicable technical publications.
  • Utilized technical publications and schematics to solve complex problems.
  • Read and interpret aircraft specific schematics & technical publications.
  • Maintained technical publications, training records and equipment inventories.
  • Review technical publications and directives to determine applicability.
  • Read ad interprets manufactures drawings and technical publications.
  • Used and interpreted schematic drawings and technical publications
  • Diagnose and repair malfunctions using technical publications.

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33. Corrosion Control

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Here's how Corrosion Control is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed a variety of sheet metal repairs on structures and maintained corrosion control procedures including cleaning/removing and treating of materials.
  • Conduct periodic inspections on engines, engine-related systems, support equipment and corrosion control inspections in accordance with published directives.
  • Performed moderately difficult structural repairs, corrosion control inspections, preservation inspections, special inspections and aircraft washes.
  • Maintained general structure of aircraft through various inspections and proper corrosion control procedures
  • Apply corrosion control procedures to subsystems and related components.
  • Performed corrosion control procedures to include the inspection, cleaning, treating and protection of aircraft rotary wing blades and components.
  • Managed aircraft corrosion control program including fresh water rinse of engines, aircraft wash procedures, and post-turf cleaning.
  • Completed advanced schooling for aviation structural mechanic, corrosion control, and aircraft paint and touch up markings.
  • Assigned to the Corrosion Control work center, performing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on 18 MH-60S aircraft.
  • Performed structural maintenance, fuel cells, and corrosion control on DC-9's and DC-10's.
  • Performed countless corrosion control inspections in an effort to help maintain flight hours and O.R.
  • Performed comprehensive modification of aircraft structures, as well as corrosion control and aircraft painting.
  • Perform inspections, corrosion control procedures, trouble-shooting and fault isolation procedures on aircraft systems.
  • Executed corrosion control and preventive maintenance on MH53 E helicopter in accordance with designated manuals.
  • Certified painter through the Department of the Navy for corrosion control and surface restoration.
  • Performed hydraulic, structural maintenance and corrosion control on several types of aircraft.
  • Conducted on-the-job training for new employees, and assisted in corrosion control procedures.
  • Spray paints metal or fabric-covered sections of aircraft during corrosion control inspection.
  • Experience with tool control, corrosion control and treatment of aircraft systems.
  • Maintained and managed 50 employees in both the structure corrosion control departments.

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34. Maintenance Operational Checks

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Here's how Maintenance Operational Checks is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed tests, maintenance operational checks, troubleshooting procedures, fault isolation procedures, and modifications to manufacturer's specifications.
  • Performed maintenance operational checks and diagnosed and troubleshot aircraft subsystems using special tools and equipment.
  • Perform limited maintenance operational checks and assist in diagnosing and troubleshooting aircraft subsystems.
  • Performed limited maintenance operational checks to include APU run-up and scheduled inspections.
  • Removed & replaced engines/propellers & performed post maintenance operational checks and rigging.
  • Licensed to perform maintenance operational checks that required engine start/run-up.
  • Performed maintenance operational checks and troubleshooting after completion of maintenance
  • Managed scheduling for inspections and perform maintenance operational checks.
  • Performed maintenance operational checks as required.
  • Perform limited maintenance operational checks.
  • Carry out flight crew procedures such as maintenance operational checks, launch and recovery, and aircraft performance ground run monitor.
  • Diagnose malfunctions during maintenance operational checks, test flights or regular flights in all aircraft's systems and components.
  • Perform maintenance operational checks utilizing hydraulic test stands, power units and other ground equipment.
  • Authorized to perform APU starts and run up for maintenance operational checks.
  • Perform maintenance operational checks on Modular Engine Test System (METS).
  • Prepared aircraft for Post maintenance operational checks and maintenance test flight.
  • Perform power on checks and maintenance operational checks.

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35. Repair Logs

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Here's how Repair Logs is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintained repair logs documenting all preventative and corrective action taken.
  • Maintained repair logs, documenting all corrective actions, performed I/A/W applicable authorized repair manuals and standard accepted practices.
  • Installed engines and maintain repair logs.
  • Maintained repair logs on computer.
  • Maintained repair logs, documenting all preventive and corrective aircraft maintenance by using a computer program.
  • Maintain accurate repair logs on multiple aircrafts.

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36. Structural Components

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Here's how Structural Components is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Supervised workers accomplishing structural overhaul, modifications, bonding, and repairing aircraft structural components.
  • Specialized in assembling and installing hydraulic components, structural components, and sub-assemblies.
  • Inspect and prepare aircraft structural components with corrosion preventatives.
  • Experienced in removal, repair and installation of mechanical and structural components such as transmissions, and various landing gear components.
  • Inspected and corrected mechanical and structural components on flight controls, landing gears, and hydraulic systems (AV8-B).
  • Perform the full range of military tactical aircraft maintenance and maintains repairs and modifies aircraft structures and structural components.
  • Maintained, repaired, and modified aircraft structures, structural components and engines of complex to extreme difficulty.
  • Assist in removal/replacement of control systems, plumbing, and other structural components to repair or perform modifications.
  • Repaired and modified engines, structural components, precision repair, functional spare parts, and assemblies.
  • Assemble and install mechanical and structural components and accessories, using hand or power tools.
  • Disassembled, inspected, repaired aircraft electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and structural components.
  • Utilized aircraft drawings, blueprint information, graphs and charts to maintain structural components.
  • Conducted testing, repair and fabrication of hydraulic, pneumatic and structural components.
  • Maintain, repair and modifies aircraft structures and structural components of moderate difficulty.
  • Maintained, repaired, and modified aircraft structures, structural components and engines.
  • Remove, replace and repair hydraulic components, pneumatic components and structural components.
  • Perform Operational Checks Of Aircraft Structural Components With Or Without Production Aids.
  • Assembled structural components and parts on the DC-9 family of Aircraft.
  • Repair or replacement of skins, fittings, and structural components.
  • Assessed damage to aircraft structural components and low observable coatings.

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37. Ch-47

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Here's how Ch-47 is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Received CH-47 Chinook Helicopter mechanical maintainer certification in 2002
  • Modified ch-47d Chinooks for combat specific equipment
  • Assisted with limited maintenance on CH-47D Helicopters.-
  • Supervised a team of ten junior mechanics in the maintenance, servicing and inspection on six CH-47F Chinook helicopters.
  • Operate, install, repair, and perform maintenance on CH-47 Helicopters, communications equipment, and security devices.
  • Worked as a Flight Engineer on CH-47C/D aircraft performing the duties listed above as well as flight duties.
  • Performed O-Level maintenance on Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook, TM55 helicopter engines and auxiliary power units.
  • Serviced, repaired, and overhauled CH-47D and CH-47D engines to ensure airworthiness.
  • Preformed tandem and single sling loads with a medium weight helicopters CH-47 Delta.
  • Performed phase maintenance and repair work orders on CH-47 rotary wing aircraft.
  • Examined and evaluated transmission parts for CH-47D prior to assembly of transmission.
  • Maintain the CH-47 aircraft with scheduled, unscheduled, and phase maintenance.
  • Performed flight tests and operations for the Boeing Company on CH-47 Chinooks.
  • Performed electrical routing and testing of 5th sensor CMWS modification on CH-47F.
  • Assist in the reset of the rotor head system of CH-47D/F Chinooks.
  • Worked as a civilian aircraft mechanic on the CH-47 Chinook Helicopter.
  • Perform Reset of Ch-47D and Ch-47F and uh60 series helicopter.
  • Replace and repair components of the CH-47 Chinook helicopter.
  • Diagnosed malfunctions to determine causes on CH-47D aircraft.
  • Job duties identical to CH-47 Mechanic listed above.

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38. Maintenance Actions

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Here's how Maintenance Actions is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Created maintenance-tracking and sign-off forms to provide quick visual reference to completed maintenance actions and status of maintenance progression.
  • Coordinated and assigned priorities for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance actions with all maintenance work centers to ensure maximum readiness.
  • Maintained manual and/or automated records including Maintenance Information System (MIS) documentation of maintenance actions.
  • Performed various maintenance actions including removal and installation of component as well as adjustments or alignments.
  • Conduct in-process and/or final inspections of completed maintenance actions resulting from safety of flight discrepancies.
  • Documented discrepancies and maintenance actions; assisting in documentation integrity and identifying problematic trends.
  • Coordinated with pilots, medical crew and maintenance supervisor to ensure timely maintenance actions.
  • Documented maintenance actions on aircraft forms and utilized the Integrated Maintenance Data System.
  • Documented maintenance actions and man-hour expenditures on maintenance forms and computer systems.
  • Recorded maintenance actions in aircraft records and completed associated documentation as necessary.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance actions in accordance with appropriate maintenance manuals.
  • Supervised all maintenance actions and monitored all specialist tasks on assigned aircraft.
  • Annotated maintenance actions in aircraft records/forms and completed associated required entries.
  • Ensured all maintenance actions are properly documented on applicable maintenance forms.
  • Conducted quality assurance inspections on performed maintenance actions completed by mechanics.
  • Document review of specific maintenance actions for completeness and accuracy.
  • Maintained and documented all maintenance actions completed on aircraft.
  • Performed Quality Assurance Inspections of completed maintenance actions.
  • Maintained data documentation on hardware/component maintenance actions.
  • Contributed to scheduled and unscheduled maintenance actions.

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39. Beechcraft

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Here's how Beechcraft is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintain U.S. Air Force (Project Liberty) Beechcraft King Air 350ER-ISR platform aircraft in support of aircrew missions.
  • Performed as a Lead mechanic on Inspection related with beechcraft King Air Series, Commanders and Cessna Citation.
  • Performed inspections and repairs to corporate and private aircraft including all Beechcraft models, especially King Airs
  • Performed General Aviation Maintenance on the following: Cessna, Piper, Beechcraft, and Home Built
  • Performed Scheduled Inspections, Line Maintenance and Maintenance Control duties for Beechcraft 1900D Commuter Aircraft.
  • Perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on Beechcraft T34C Turbo Mentor US Navy primary flight trainer.
  • Performed Phase checks on Cessna Citation II, Beechcraft King Air 200 and 300.
  • Performed overhaul, sheet metal, inspections, and general maintenance of Beechcraft aircraft.
  • Performed inspections and repairs on Beechcraft 1900C as requested by commuter airline.
  • Performed Maintenance and repairs on Beechcraft 1900C Airliners of this 135 Operation
  • Performed 75 hour inspections on Beechcraft Super King Air A200.
  • Perform phase maintenance on the US Navy Beechcraft T-34C aircraft.
  • Ensured scheduling and planning of 23 Beechcraft 1900D aircraft.
  • Sheet metal modifications on a Hawker Beechcraft King Air 350
  • Assist with line maintenance on Beechcraft 1900D aircraft.
  • Supervised maintenance site and technical expert for Beechcraft.
  • Performed line maintenance on Beechcraft King Air aircraft.
  • Maintained Beechcraft King air models C90/100/200/300/350 aircraft.
  • Line mechanic on Beechcraft 1900.
  • Maintain Beechcraft 1900, 900, SA-227 Metro liner / C-26.

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40. Liquid Oxygen

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Here's how Liquid Oxygen is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Monitor availability and proper servicing of liquid nitrogen, liquid oxygen, and anti-icing vehicles.
  • Certified in aircraft towing operations, nitrogen servicing and liquid oxygen servicing.
  • Performed aircraft Liquid Oxygen servicing operations.
  • Operated ground equipment such as hydraulic mules, power supply carts, liquid oxygen and nitrogen service carts, etc.
  • Serviced aircraft with fuel, oil, liquid oxygen, nitrogen, hydraulic fluid, prior to aircraft departure.
  • Serviced aircraft with fuel, oil, liquid oxygen, nitrogen, and liquid nitrogen.
  • Serviced Gas and Liquid Oxygen systems.
  • Ensured that the aircrafts were properly serviced with fuel, hydraulic fluid and liquid oxygen before take off.

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41. Service Aircraft

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Here's how Service Aircraft is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Inspect, repair, modify, and service aircraft systems, components, and assembles, both on- and off- aircraft.
  • Performed duties to service aircraft to including brake system, flight controls, landing gear, and overall operational checks.
  • Perform miscellaneous duties and service aircraft, including flushing crankcase, greasing moving parts, and checking brakes.
  • Service aircraft to include flushing crankcase, cleaning screens, greasing moving parts, and checking brakes.
  • Performed miscellaneous duties to service aircraft, IAW Joint Oil Analysis Program (JOAP).
  • Service aircraft tires and wheels as well as landing gear components.
  • Cleaned, refueled, and changed oil in line service aircraft.
  • Service aircraft oil, LOX, fuel, and hydraulic systems.
  • Accomplished line maintenance functions on revenue service aircraft on time.
  • Required to maintain and service aircraft egress systems and equipment.
  • Inspect, repair, maintain, and service aircraft.
  • Perform rigging of control surfaces and service aircraft.
  • Service aircraft components, accessories and engines.
  • Perform routine maintenance on charter service aircraft.
  • Service aircraft with fuel, oil, etc.
  • Jack, tow, and service aircraft.
  • Performed miscellaneous duties and service aircraft, including flushingcrankcase, cleaning screens, greasing moving parts, and serviced brakes.
  • Perform miscellaneous duties and service aircraft, including flushing crankcase,cleaning screens, and greasing moving parts.
  • Perform daily/ post-flight/ thru flight inspections and service aircraft with fuel, oil, etc.
  • Service aircrafts that come in for regular checks in our hangar.

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42. Ah-64

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Here's how Ah-64 is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed scheduled/unscheduled maintenance for AH-64 Helicopters
  • Performed duties as phase Technical Inspector AH-64D/E helicopters ensuring that all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance was performed per regulations and requirements.
  • Completed DynCorp Ah-64D certification training course, Environmental Control Systems certification, and all ground servicing equipment certification required.
  • Performed AH-64F/E Helicopters Main Rotor Blade repair activities including inspecting, sanding, cleaning, minor repairs and balancing of MRB.
  • Worked side by side with local Kuwaiti Air Force to teach and help maintain their AH-64 Apache A model helicopters.
  • Job responsibilities included the repair or replacement of worn or damaged components on the US Army AH-64 Apache aircraft.
  • Maintained electrical and weapons systems and the fire control radar system (FCR) on the AH-64D Longbow Helicopter.
  • Maintained approximately ten U.S. Army AH-64D Apache Helicopters while deployed in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom II.
  • Performed phase maintenance inspections according to Reset Guide on AH-64D and CH-47D helicopters for the United States Army.
  • Qualified to operate the AH-64 Auxiliary Power Unit without supervision during maintenance checks and for engine washes.
  • Fabricated and tested thousands of Radar Antenna Detecting cables set for APR-39 system in Army AH-64D Helicopters.
  • Performed scheduled RESET aircraft maintenance on the AH-64 Apache Longbow upon return from the Middle East.
  • Aligned the 2.75 aerial weapon system using the AH-64D rocket pod alignment kit (RPACK).
  • Perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance troubleshooting and testing of aircraft systems and components on AH-64D aircraft.
  • Assigned to second shift bldg 6975 for launch/recovery/maintain flyable of 21st CAV assigned AH-64D aircraft.
  • Phase Team member, Work performing countless phases / reset inspection on AH-64 A/D aircraft.
  • Performed operational checks and inspections on flight critical components on the AH-64D Apache Helicopter.
  • Performed Reset inspections on AH-64D, pertaining to all aspects of the aircraft.
  • Worked on the AH-64D Apache Longbow attack helicopter's weapons and avionics systems.
  • Diagnose, troubleshoot and repair malfunctions in the AH-64D Apache armament system.

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43. Inspect Aircraft Components

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Here's how Inspect Aircraft Components is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Inspect aircraft components to determine air worthiness in accordance with the RESET inspection criteria and Technical Manuals.
  • Examine and inspect aircraft components to locate cracks, breaks, leaks, or other problems.
  • Utilize precision instrument and equipment to inspect aircraft components closely for cracks corrosion and other defects.
  • Inspect aircraft components for safety and compliance according to military and FAA specs.

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44. Kc-135

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Here's how Kc-135 is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Inspected/Maintained/coordinated maintenance actions for KC-135 aircraft assigned -Responsible for safety of aircrew and safe maintenance practices for aircraft assigned
  • Serve as a guide for various groups that tour the aircraft hanger as well as guiding tours on the KC-135R aircraft.
  • Perform various inspections and troubleshooting on multiple KC-135R aircraft systems, assemblies, and components to ensure proper operation.
  • Job Duties: Plan, schedule, control, and direct all maintenance activities on KC-135 aircraft.
  • Reviewed Time Compliance Technical Order (TCTO) actions on assigned KC-135 aircraft and support systems.
  • Managed technical data and production deadlines for heavy depot maintenance of KC-135 aircraft weapon system.
  • Trained station personnel on the maintenance procedures on the KC-135 which enhanced NATO ISAF operations.
  • Perform inspection and repairs on military aircraft that include the KC-135 and the KC-10 aircraft.
  • Performed functional checks on US Air force KC-10, KC-135 tanker and C-17 cargo aircraft.
  • Performed, coordinated, and/or oversaw the maintenance and periodic inspections of the KC-135R aircraft.
  • Produced 55 KC-135's in fiscal year 2010 and are improving that output each year.
  • Performed, coordinated, and oversaw the maintenance and periodic inspections on the KC-135.
  • Certified and executed extensive rebuilding of primary and secondary flight controls of KC-135 aircraft.
  • Performed line and periodic phase maintenance on KC-135 (Modified BOEING 707) aircraft.
  • Maintained the communication and navigation mission systems portions of the KC-135 military aircraft.
  • Serviced KC-135 aircraft with fuel, oxygen, hydraulic fluid, and oils.
  • Advanced learning center instructor for the KC-10, C-17 and KC-135 maintenance program.
  • Position duties included installing and rigging of all flight controls of KC-135 aircraft.
  • Performed inspections, repairs and servicing to KC-135 aerial refueling aircraft.
  • Supervised maintenance personnel in the high level repair of KC-135R Aircraft.

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45. Pneumatic Systems

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Here's how Pneumatic Systems is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Carry out operational and functional examination of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Performed operational checks on hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Diagnose, adjust, repair, aircraft assemblies, such as hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and flight control rod systems.
  • Installed, troubleshoot, aligned, adjusted, and functionally test major and minor mechanical and pneumatic systems on aircraft.
  • Use of test equipment and technical manuals, testing and repair of electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems.
  • Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul aircraft engines and assemblies, such as hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Conducted maintenance of aircraft functional components, pneumatic systems, flight controls, hydraulic systems and landing gear.
  • Performed troubleshooting, operational checks, and extensive repairs on aircraft hydraulic, electrical, and pneumatic systems.
  • Diagnosed, troubleshot, and repaired fuel, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems on applicable aircraft.
  • Conducted routine and unscheduled inspections of air frame, power plant, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Trouble shot and maintained hydraulic, electrical, mechanical, and pneumatic systems.
  • Maintained turbine engine, engine hydraulics, aircraft fuel, and pneumatic systems.
  • Inspected, maintained, and repaired aircraft hydraulic/pneumatic systems and system components.
  • Installed, repaired, overhauled and modified hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Worked on hydraulic and pneumatic systems while assigned in shop.
  • Service hydraulic, pneumatic systems.
  • Serviced landing gear, hydraulic systems, deicers, airframes, pneumatic systems, fuel systems and electrical systems Diagnosed problems.
  • Performed operational checks on aircraft that included hydraulic and pneumatic systems, turbine power plants, aluminum and composite airframes.
  • Performed rigging and operation checks of aircrafthydraulic, pneumatic systems, Landing gear, nose wheel steering and refueling boom.
  • Read and applied technical manuals and schematics and to test for the isolate malfunctions in hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

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46. Maintenance Tasks

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Here's how Maintenance Tasks is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed assigned maintenance tasks, servicing of aircraft mechanical systems and associated documentation within the quoted or standard time.
  • Performed a broad range of maintenance tasks, including visual and micrometer inspections to determine serviceability.
  • Performed evaluations on trainees upgrade training prior to awarding certification of maintenance tasks.
  • Replaced or repaired worn or damaged aircraft components/systems during numerous maintenance tasks.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance tasks.
  • Performed special and final inspections of critical aircraft maintenance tasks and performed rigging of engine accessories and flight controls.
  • Used ULLS-E for aircraft log entries and use ITEM Proper Maintenance Tasks in accordance with manufacturer's Spec's.
  • Coordinated the ordering of parts, tools and all other required materials required to perform all aircraft maintenance tasks.
  • Performed US Navy rates AM (Aviation Mechanic) and AD (Aviation Machinist Mate) maintenance tasks.
  • Supervised 10 soldiers during various maintenance tasks as well as instructed basic soldier skills on a daily basis.
  • Performed maintenance tasks as required on the aircraft to meet assigned maintenance goals.
  • Accomplished maintenance tasks and inspections on light single engine aircraft and light twins.
  • Executed all paperwork for daily maintenance tasks and entered data into computer.
  • Used maintenance publications, forms, and records related to maintenance tasks.
  • Performed various mechanic maintenance tasks such as aircraft rig and engine replacement.
  • Performed various maintenance tasks to ATR 42/72 aircraft as a contract worker.
  • Conducted inspections and analysis of completed aircraft maintenance tasks by team.
  • Instructed and trained new aircraft mechanics in troubleshooting and maintenance tasks.
  • Conducted daily maintenance tasks to ensure aircraft were safe for flight.
  • Conducted and supervised many maintenance tasks in accordance with TM-1-1500-237-23.

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47. F-16

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Here's how F-16 is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Supervised shift of 12 Airmen ensuring 28 F-16 aircraft were serviced and all required maintenance was performed for the mission day.
  • Worked as a crew chief on the F-16 fighter falcon with over 60 co-workers all working together to achieve one goal.
  • Used approved data to reclaim, upgrade, modify, rig, service, order parts and repair 22 F-16 Aircraft.
  • Perform major modifications, inspections, and repairs to various types of aircraft including F-4, F-16, C-130 Aircraft.
  • Performed inspections such as 100-hour, phase, periodic, and other hourly and or calendar inspections on the F-16C.
  • Maintained the tools for the jobs on f-16's, by inspecting and organizing the tools in there boxes.
  • Attended and participated in staff meetings on the progress of the A-10A SLEP and the F-16 foreign sales program.
  • Perform loading and unloading operations of conventional and nuclear munitions to include 20mm gun ammunition on F-16 aircraft.
  • Recorded and evaluated routine heavy maintenance programs with F-16 C/D engines, aircraft, and flight control systems.
  • Inspect and maintain F-16 and C-17 aircraft for daily training, combat, and presidential support missions.
  • Scheduled routine and heavy maintenance on F-16 C/D engines, aircraft, and flight control systems.
  • Loaded and unloaded nuclear and non-nuclear munitions, explosives, and propellant devices on F-16 aircraft.
  • Inspected engine turbine blades for cracks, distortion, corrosion, and burn-outs on the F-16C.
  • Inspect and maintained hydraulic, engine, and electrical system on F-16 and C-17 aircraft.
  • Conducted quality assurance inspections on F-16C/D landing gear, engine, and flight control installs.
  • Performed avionic electrical wiring modifications in support of BLOS/EGI/MMC7000/OBOGS avionic systems F-16CJ Block 50 aircraft !
  • Repaired F-16 C/D engines, landing gear, fuel, and flight control systems.
  • Removed and installed over 100 Pratt & Whitney and GE engines in F-16 aircraft.
  • Serviced and maintained 87 F-16 fighter aircraft assigned to Shaw Air Force Base.
  • Major mate, engine installation and troubleshooting major components of F-16 Fighter aircraft.

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48. Control Cables

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Here's how Control Cables is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform the tasks of adjusting and replacing parts like fuel tanks, control cables, spark plugs, filters and batteries.
  • Conducted troubleshooting and repair to aircraft's crew and passenger oxygen systems, installed power control cables on TPE331 turboprop engines.
  • Assemble, repair and replace parts including landing gear, wheels, brake units, control cables and propellers.
  • Conducted routine inspections on aircraft components including landing gears, hydraulic systems, fuel systems, and control cables.
  • Removed and replaced aileron flight control cables, boom flow regulator, control column bearings and control columns.
  • Maintained flight controls, landing gear, control cables, and electrical components associated with other subsystems.
  • Checked and maintained fuselage, control cables, rotaries, gauges, engines, and landing gear.
  • Removed, replaced, rigged engine control cables, and flight control cables.
  • Measure parts for wear using precision instruments and measure tension of control cables.
  • Measure the tension of control cables to prevent damage to surrounding areas.
  • Measured the tension of control cables and rigging of throttle cables.
  • Performed cable tension adjustments on primary flight control cables.
  • Rigged flight control cables and surfaces.
  • Measure the tension of control cables.

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49. FOD

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Here's how FOD is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Conducted trend analysis and made recommendations for improved FOD awareness and prevention performance.
  • Participated in daily FOD inspections, shop clean up, and assist in hangar clean up as directed by site manager/leads.
  • Accounted for the installation of the wire harnesses, and for the installation of avionic shelves, FOD control certified.
  • Practice Foreign Object Debris (FOD) prevention and control, experienced in working in a FOD critical assembly area.
  • Comply with the requirements of the FOD prevention, housekeeping, tool control, environmental and safety programs.
  • Cleaned fuel cells and tanks and inspected for foreign objects (FOD), corrosion and fungus.
  • Performed aircraft damage inspections, Foreign Object Debris (FOD) inspections, and tool accountability.
  • Assisted in Foreign Object Debris (FOD) prevention by practicing good tool and equipment accountability.
  • Check the ramp for any foreign object debris (FOD) one hour prior to arrival.
  • Maintained a clean and organized work area and reinforce FOD awareness/prevention and safety at all times.
  • Work to continue a FOD free work environment and perform lean and 5s duties as needed.
  • Practice Foreign Object Debris (FOD) prevention and actively participate in the Go4Zero Safety Program.
  • Maintained a FOD free and safe work space in accordance with company regulations and guidelines.
  • Adhere to all applicable Environmental, Safety, Health, FOD and Operations Procedures/Directives.
  • Keep area and detail parts free from any foreign object debris (FOD).
  • Presented area to customer for final FOD inspection prior to panel or cover installation.
  • Operated in a neat and organized environment to keep FOD away from aircraft.
  • Performed duties as installation FOD Manager and as Confined Space Entry Supervisor.
  • Inspect parts for FOD, damage, and proper installation and application.
  • Maintain inventory of parts and fasteners to ensure a FOD free aircraft.

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50. Structural Repairs

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Here's how Structural Repairs is used in Aircraft Mechanic jobs:
  • Carried out scheduled/unscheduled preventive maintenance services, mechanical as well as structural repairs on company and transit aircraft.
  • Assisted Structural Mechanics in Heavy Structural Repairs * Assisted Squadron personnel in repairing/replacing components on squadron aircraft.
  • Performed fuselage inspections on aircraft and make recommendations on aircraft coating conditions and structural repairs.
  • Performed structural repairs; inspected and identified corrosion for prevention and repair.
  • Performed general maintenance on various types of aircraft including structural repairs.
  • Performed heavy structural repairs and rebuilds to general aviation aircraft.
  • Performed structural repairs including major and minor modifications to aircraft.
  • Conducted extensive structural repairs and modifications.
  • Performed troubleshooting and unscheduled structural repairs.
  • Planned and coordinated heavy structural repairs, mods and maintenance of approximately 25 aircraft from different site in Afghanistan.
  • Completed sheet metal heavy checks on Boeing 747 100 Series Cargo Aircraft Completed structural repairs on time and under budget
  • Performed various external skin repairs and heavy structural repairs including fabrication of repair parts, and close tolerance work.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on V-22 Osprey to include hydraulic, electrical, and structural repairs.
  • Fabricated and installed Light Structural repairs on all type/model/series aircraft at MAG-26 and MAG-29 MCAS New River.
  • Perform minor sheet metal and structural repairs on general aviation fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft.
  • Use common measuring tools, precision measuring gauges, and alignment fixtures to perform structural repairs.
  • Fabricate and repair all structural repairs utilizing stainless steel, aluminum, and titanium.
  • Used all applicable maintenance manuals having to do with sheet metal and structural repairs.
  • Upgrade bridges to current ERDAC/DOT standards including guardrail, concrete rehabilitation and structural repairs.
  • Performed routine maintenance, modifications and structural repairs to MD A/MH-6 Little Bird helicopters.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Aircraft Mechanic

Aircraft Parts27.2%
Corrective Aircraft Maintenance7.7%
Flight Control Systems6.4%
Airframe6.3%
Technical Manuals5.8%
Hydraulic Systems5.7%
FAA3.6%
Preventative Maintenance3.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Aircraft Mechanic

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Aircraft Parts
Aircraft Parts
19.8%
19.8%
2
2
Corrective Aircraft Maintenance
Corrective Aircraft Maintenance
5.6%
5.6%
3
3
Flight Control Systems
Flight Control Systems
4.7%
4.7%
4
4
Airframe
Airframe
4.6%
4.6%
5
5
Technical Manuals
Technical Manuals
4.2%
4.2%
6
6
Hydraulic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
4.1%
4.1%
7
7
FAA
FAA
2.6%
2.6%
8
8
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
2.5%
2.5%
9
9
Ground Support Equipment
Ground Support Equipment
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Flight Line
Flight Line
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Avionics
Avionics
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
Phase Inspections
Phase Inspections
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Depot
Depot
2%
2%
15
15
Uh-60
Uh-60
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
1.9%
1.9%
17
17
Fuel Systems
Fuel Systems
1.9%
1.9%
18
18
Technical Data
Technical Data
1.8%
1.8%
19
19
Cessna
Cessna
1.7%
1.7%
20
20
Special Inspections
Special Inspections
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
1.6%
1.6%
22
22
C-130
C-130
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Heavy Maintenance
Heavy Maintenance
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Technical Orders
Technical Orders
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Airbus
Airbus
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
APU
APU
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
P-3
P-3
1%
1%
29
29
Functional Components
Functional Components
1%
1%
30
30
Special Tools
Special Tools
1%
1%
31
31
Maintenance Procedures
Maintenance Procedures
1%
1%
32
32
Technical Publications
Technical Publications
1%
1%
33
33
Corrosion Control
Corrosion Control
0.9%
0.9%
34
34
Maintenance Operational Checks
Maintenance Operational Checks
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Repair Logs
Repair Logs
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
Structural Components
Structural Components
0.9%
0.9%
37
37
Ch-47
Ch-47
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
Maintenance Actions
Maintenance Actions
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
Beechcraft
Beechcraft
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
Liquid Oxygen
Liquid Oxygen
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Service Aircraft
Service Aircraft
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Ah-64
Ah-64
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
Inspect Aircraft Components
Inspect Aircraft Components
0.7%
0.7%
44
44
Kc-135
Kc-135
0.7%
0.7%
45
45
Pneumatic Systems
Pneumatic Systems
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
Maintenance Tasks
Maintenance Tasks
0.7%
0.7%
47
47
F-16
F-16
0.7%
0.7%
48
48
Control Cables
Control Cables
0.7%
0.7%
49
49
FOD
FOD
0.6%
0.6%
50
50
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Structural Repairs
0.6%
0.6%

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