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Top 50 Crew Chief Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Crew Chief. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Crew Chief resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.7% of Crew Chief resumes contained Service Aircraft as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Crew Chief actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Crew Chief

1. Service Aircraft
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Here's how Service Aircraft is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Service aircraft components such as; Hydraulic fluid, Gaseous Oxygen, Gasoline, Tire servicing and aircraft landing gear.
  • Jack, tow, and service aircraft, troubleshoot and maintain aircraft structures, systems, components and support equipment.
  • Inspect, maintain, troubleshoot and service aircraft to ensure that all aircraft are fully-mission capable at all times.
  • Service aircraft: Liquid Oxygen, tire servicing, accumulators, surge suppressor, struts, and refueling.
  • Service aircraft tiers, oil, hydraulic fluid, and liquid nitrogen.
  • Clean, refuel, and change oil in line service aircraft.
  • Inspect, maintain and service aircraft and aerospace support equipment.
  • Repair and Service aircraft for mission readiness 2.
  • Managed all structure repairs on line in-service aircraft.
  • Service aircraft with fuel & oil.
  • Jack, tow, and service aircraft.
  • Inspect interior and exterior of aircraft Service aircraft oil, hydraulics and refueling operations Maintain aircraft forms and records

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2. Safety Procedures
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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Communicated closely with specialists, providing administrative and technical guidance to meet inspection deadlines, while adhering to safety procedures.
  • Implement airfield safety procedures to ensure a safe operating environment for personnel and aircraft operation.
  • Followed food safety procedures according to company policies and health and sanitation regulations.
  • Assisted management in ensuring food quality standards and safety procedures.
  • Installed tires on vehicles, managed a crew of 12 employees, assisted customers with questions and problems, enforces safety procedures
  • Assigned tasks and oversaw the direction of employees to ensure compliance with food safety procedures and quality control guidelines.
  • Trained new employees in proper operational and safety procedures for all equipment Trained new employees in proper food handling
  • Demonstrate start-up, shut-down, maintenance, diagnostic, and safety procedures to thermal system owners.
  • Move and store inventories of explosives, and other materials, according to established safety procedures.
  • Train workers in food preparation, and in service, sanitation, and safety procedures.
  • Use proper safety procedures during operation as well as when conducting system maintenance.
  • Developed and enforced safety procedures, monitoring compliance of all team members.
  • Ensured safety procedures are followed at all times by assigned personnel.
  • Ensured compliance with policies, directives, and safety procedures.
  • Follow and enforce all safety procedures on the job site.
  • Insure safety procedures were in place and adhered to.
  • Follow safety procedures to ensure a safe work environment.
  • Maintained good drilling and safety procedures.
  • Improved safety procedures for GBU-39 munition.
  • Follow safety procedures Inspect material and moving equipment for normal operation to prevent wear or breakage.

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3. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Coordinated ground operations for hot air balloon flights, sales, customer service, basic accounting, records keeping
  • Cashier, food preparation, customer service, cleaning, stocking, and opening & closing duties.
  • Direct contact with customers to meet or exceed their needs with use of excellent customer service skills.
  • Answered customer service issues quickly and ensure total satisfaction from all guests in a high traffic environment.
  • Cross--trained and provided back--up for other customer service representatives when needed.
  • Paper work, Customer Service, Trainer, Cleaning Duties, Banking, Stocking and Inventory
  • Maintained and upheld great customer service which had a positive impact throughout the community.
  • Informed and sold retail carpet cleaning products while providing a high level of customer service
  • Provide exceptional customer service as I safely move, pack and unpack customer belongings.
  • Crew Chief and Customer Service and Sales contact in family owned pond-building business.
  • Place the highest value on clients' relationship by striving toward excellent customer service
  • Handle any customer service problems that would arise with the customers properly.
  • Supervised the work of office, administrative, or customer service employees.
  • Provide quality and timely customer service in fast food industry.
  • Handled customer service and checked orders for accuracy.
  • Promote sales and provide exceptional customer service.
  • Crew chief in the kitchen, drive thru operator, customer service
  • Provide excellent customer service Great communication skills with customers and co-workers Extensive knowledge with cash registers
  • Cashier Customer Service Assisting management with training of team members
  • Served as the company' s only bilingual Spanish/English customer service representative.

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4. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Assign technicians to work stations and ensure preventative maintenance operations are conducted safely and properly.
  • Conducted and completed preventative maintenance inspections and multiple scheduled maintenance tasks on complex military helicopters.
  • Performed routine preventative maintenance on related radar, surveillance equipment and computer systems.
  • Performed aircraft lubrication and cleaning as well as preventative maintenance procedures.
  • Reviewed and followed detailed blueprint instructions for preventative maintenance practices.
  • Enforced compliance with safety standards and preventative maintenance measures.
  • Followed routine and preventative maintenance checklists.
  • Prepare and train crew for all scenarios such as break downs, combat maneuvers, and overall preventative maintenance.
  • Performed daily, routine, and preventative maintenance including aircraft servicing, launch and recovery, and all inspections.
  • Maintained and flew overseas with C-5, repaired what was broke and performed preventative maintenance on airplanes.
  • Maintain repair logs, document all corrective and preventative maintenance; input information into online database system.
  • Inspected and signed off on all operational and preventative maintenance checklists for 26 ton government vehicle.
  • Crew Chief duties included record keeping, maintenance scheduling, preventative maintenance and major inspections.
  • Performed Preventative Maintenance Checks & Services on vehicle (PMCS).
  • Performed and inspected preventative maintenance of vehicles and tools.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on F-15 and F-22 aircraft.
  • Perform scheduled preventative maintenance and servicing requirements.
  • Followed AFOSH standards and made use of SDS to utilize cleaners and lubricants while performing preventative maintenance on weapons suspension equipment.
  • Conduct periodic inspections and perform preventative maintenance on the AN/TPS-59.
  • Performed preflight inspections, preventative maintenance and in flight repairs.

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5. Crew Members
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Here's how Crew Members is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Trained new crew members, worked prep table, worked register, unloaded delivery truck weekly, cleaned grease vats daily.
  • Completed first real world CV-22 Osprey Emergency Mattress Landing saving aircraft valued at $78 Million and six crew members.
  • Provide input for evaluations and assist supervisor in creating and conducting bi-annual reviews of all craft crew members.
  • Crew members must also have strong and highly efficient customer service skills and a positive attitude towards everything.
  • Supervised and inspected work of 7 crew members' performance to ensure it met specifications and established standards.
  • Lead a group of seven crew members to ensure the safety and enjoyment of the customers.
  • Trained crew members in day-to-day operations, ensuring efficiency and high level of quality.
  • Trained and supervised a team of crew members in residential and commercial renovation.
  • Instruct and lead crew members in the correct way to operate the store.
  • Delegated work to crew members to ensure efficient production of work flows.
  • Work with and supervise the daily work production of assigned crew members.
  • Maintain safety of all crew members as well as trained new members.
  • Supervised, trained, and reviewed performance of assigned crew members.
  • Ensured proper survey methods are used by all crew members.
  • Assist new crew members with on job training.
  • Helped other crew members follow proper procedures.
  • Train all new crew members.
  • Administer and supervise crew members.
  • Supervised crew members of 5 -10 employees * Negotiated contracts, performed inventory management, trained and mentored new hires
  • Assisted the management team in achieving high levels of quality, service, and cleanliness Trained crew members Maintained appropriate inventory levels

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6. Combat
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Here's how Combat is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Worked directly with Air Force combat engineers to successfully maintain and construct required facilities during wartime contingencies.
  • Responded to emergency mechanical break downs under extreme combat conditions worldwide.
  • Completed machine gunners course, combat crew chief course, designated marksman course and combat water survival training.
  • Supervised and performed loading, transporting, and unloading of cargo, and troops in combat and garrison.
  • Trained and managed a crew of four Marines in tactical deployment and combat operations of the vehicle.
  • Conducted daily maintenance to ensure safe performance of HH-60 Combat Search & Rescue helicopters and related components.
  • Supported the mainframe systems, 3B2 systems, and the CAMS (Combat Ammunition System).
  • Earned the Air & Space Campaign Medal for involvement in the Libyan defense combat actions.
  • Maintained records of mechanical maintenance, weapons, supplies, and crew combat readiness.
  • Completed a 2 week course to become Combat Life Saver Certified, Oklahoma.
  • Provided invaluable advice to pilots while flying in combat and in garrison.
  • Completed 9 weeks of US Army Basic Combat Training course, Oklahoma.
  • Deployed to 14 countries including combat areas, decorated combat veteran.
  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Maintain Mission Crew Chief (MCCH) combat-mission-ready certification.
  • Performed integrated combat turns and hot pit refuels.
  • Distinguished Sergeant, 184th Combat Aviation Company, 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.
  • Maintained 90% Operational Rate of Assigned aircraft Flew 877 hours accident free with 400hours being combat
  • Assigned to aircraft as crew chief in performance of aircraft launch, recovery, preflight, thru-flight, combat turn functions.
  • Served in Combat Operations, Afghanistan Operation Enduring Freedom, in 2012 Performed end-of-runway, post-flight, pre-flight, thru-flight inspections.

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7. Troubleshoot
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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed visual inspections, removal/installation of aircraft components, engine operations for system calibration, system operational checks, and troubleshooting.
  • Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot creatively, solve problems effectively, and make informed decisions while successfully guiding others through constant change.
  • Assisted avionics technicians in troubleshooting of auto-pilot system anomaly and coordinated repair of broken wire harness.
  • Tasked with aircraft servicing, troubleshooting, launch/recovery, component removal/installation and aircraft cleaning.
  • Train incoming personnel on performance maintenance inspections, soldering, troubleshooting and corrective actions.
  • Performed preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of all electrical and mechanical components
  • Performed troubleshooting procedures to determine necessary actions to repair aircraft.
  • Maintained AME/weapons systems, loaded munitions, and performed troubleshooting procedures for observation, test and evaluation missions.
  • Interpreted system specifications, schematics, and drawings to troubleshoot, diagnose system malfunctions, and determine fault.
  • Assist in troubleshooting aircraft system anomalies; remove and install components and perform general maintenance tasks.
  • Performed in depth troubleshooting as to the cause of many problems affecting the OH-58D Helicopters.
  • Maintain aircraft including: troubleshooting malfunctioning systems (avionics, flight controls & mechanics).
  • Charged with troubleshooting, installation, repair and inspection of aircraft components.
  • Assisted in troubleshooting and contributing to the creation of technical solutions.
  • Performed troubleshooting functions on structures, systems, components and equipment.
  • Assisted pilots troubleshooting aircraft with malfunctions while away from home station.
  • Qualified to perform aircraft engine run for troubleshooting.
  • Skilled in problem solving and troubleshooting.
  • Developed troubleshooting and technical skills to fix aircraft problems quickly and safely to make scheduled flights.
  • Marshal aircraft on the ramp Troubleshoot and maintain aircraft structures, systems, components.

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8. Technical Data
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Here's how Technical Data is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Honed troubleshooting abilities with enhanced skills reading and comprehending wire diagrams and technical data.
  • Translate conventional or automated technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems.
  • Documented and repaired discrepancies found during inspections using current technical data.
  • Evaluated technical data and submitted recommended changes when deficiencies were detected.
  • Full knowledge of technical data and specification to fully understand, diagnose and resolve maintenance problems on aircraft.
  • Interpreted technical data, wiring diagrams & blueprints to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems.
  • Ensured all crew members followed strict compliance of all technical data and established methods and procedures.
  • Performed testing, troubleshooting and technical data analysis to diagnose and solve maintenance issues.
  • Demonstrated strict adherence to technical data, 100% quality inspections passed.
  • Used technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems.
  • Supervised personnel to ensure proper use of technical data at all times.
  • Read and understood technical data to ensure jobs were done properly.
  • Ensured compliance with technical data and participated in all safety programs.
  • Performed daily inspections, all while using appropriate technical data.
  • Enforced strict adherence to aircraft forms documentation and technical data management procedures.
  • Inspect, Maintain, Repair and service all aircraft components and airframe in accordance with technical data.
  • Interpreted technical data and schematics to diagnose and remediate maintenance issues on aircraft systems.
  • Conducted preflight inspections, and schedule inspections according to technical data.
  • Performed inspections and aircrafts wash in accordance with existing technical data.
  • Completed preflight, thru flight, post flight and phase hourly inspections using applicable technical data.

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9. Support Equipment
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Here's how Support Equipment is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed daily inspections and user maintenance on approximately 50 munitions support equipment.
  • Used and maintained support equipment used for maintenance and ground operations
  • Maintained aircraft support equipment, AFTO Form 781 series, and ensured accurate documentation in the Core Automated Maintenance System.
  • Interpreted and advised maintenance personnel on maintenance procedures, and policies to repair aircraft and aerospace support equipment.
  • Supervised the company's Ground Support Equipment section, ensuring it was maintained in reliable operating condition.
  • Ensured the operational readiness of aircraft, associated ground support equipment, supplies and tools.
  • Advised on aviation problems maintained, serviced, and inspected aircraft and aerospace support equipment.
  • Use and perform operator maintenance on tools, special tools and aircraft ground support equipment.
  • Advised on operational maintenance, servicing, and inspection of aircraft and aerospace support equipment.
  • Performed maintenance on support equipment to include kits, stands, and test equipment.
  • Maintained 32 KC-10 aircraft, aerospace ground support equipment, forms, and records.
  • Job Duties: Service and inspect aircraft support equipment, forms and records.
  • Ensured availability of all required materials and support equipment during 3 CONUS deployments.
  • Maintained tactical aircraft, support equipment, and forms and records.
  • Inspected, repaired, maintained and serviced helicopters and support equipment.
  • Maintain all power and non power Aerospace ground support equipment.
  • Operated and maintained ground support equipment.
  • Supervised organizational and intermediate level actions on electrical, electronic and electro-mechanical ordnance systems, and associated support equipment.
  • Oversee maintenance responsibilities of critical support equipment; Jetbridges, 400hz systems, A/C and AHU equipment, baggage systems.
  • Operate a variety of powered and non-powered ground support equipment Train personnel.

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10. GPS
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Here's how GPS is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Used advanced GPS to accurately determine land measurements.
  • Task of set crew was to keep track of weld layout as well as collect GPS data on pipe shots.
  • Managed multiple GPS survey crew in the field and office to support the internal draftsmen compete the mapping projects.
  • Performed basic field calculations when requested including closing level loops and calculating coordinate data for use in GPS navigation.
  • Completed ROW and center-line staking; utilized GPS to preform mainline, tie-in and fabrication surveys.
  • Supervised survey crew, Operated Total Station, Operated GPS, Worked in construction and boundary surveys
  • Surveyed and plotted locations using GPS and Total Station computer instrumentation throughout south Louisiana.
  • Improved the MetaMap program for converting and mapping the GPS field data/
  • Lead field man for all GPS boundary and control surveying.
  • Located and stored GPS coordinates using a data collection system.
  • Experience using GPS and data collection hardware and software.
  • Field data collection via GPS and robotic total stations.
  • Total station, TDS software and builder's level were frequently utilized with some Trimble GPS applications.
  • Field responsibilities included: mapping and recording of sites and topography using Trimble units and GPS.
  • Used Trimble GPS equipment to establish control on job sites.
  • Total Station and Trimble GPS operation.
  • Summer job/internship Performed title surveys, topographic surveys, rod stakes Executed surveys through conventional methods and GPS technology
  • Surveyed alone with Trimble GPS and Trimble 5700 Robotic, and at times supervised one other surveyor.
  • Experience in the use GPS equipment and devices (Tremble, Garmin, etc.
  • Research of Plats, Deeds - ALTAS - As-built - Topographic Survey - Auto Cad w/Eagle point - GPS and Total Station

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11. Flight Line
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Here's how Flight Line is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed launch, recovery, and turnaround operations/informed flight line expediter of current aircraft status.
  • Qualified engine operator and flight line maintenance coordinator.
  • Performed duties as a flight line mechanic contributing to the completion of daily, turnaround, special, and phase inspections.
  • Perform phase and all flight line maintenance ensuring an airworthy condition of aircraft in support of United States military forces.
  • Coordinate with flight line expediter, section chief, and production superintendent on all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements.
  • Directed the daily maintenance efforts of the flight line division while serving as the work center supervisor.
  • Applied production control, quality control and other maintenance management principles to shop and flight line operations.
  • Operate power carts to provide electrical power for aircraft anywhere on flight line and hangar bays.
  • Trained, supervised, assisted and ensured safety of 2-6 subordinates on flight line.
  • Trained as flight line expediter of twenty aircraft with twenty maintenance personnel.
  • Helped build the Travis AFB flight line hazardous waste collection sight.
  • Performed heavy and flight line maintenance on the HH-60 air frame.
  • Coordinate logistics with my superiors on fast tempo flight line.
  • Flight line Maintenance Track and Balance Aircraft for flight.
  • Performed duties relating to flight line operation.
  • Supervised flight line explosive operations during operation Enduring Freedom and Inherent Resolve.
  • Certified in aircraft towing, refueling, defueling, jacking, and many other basic flight line duties.
  • Inspect flight line for foreign objects and any missing tools so aircrafts can land and launch safely.
  • Completed line returns for semi-annual inventory; 100% accountability of 2,700 flight line items.
  • Flight Line Expediter Oversaw daily flight line maintenance, managed 30 maintenance personnel.

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12. F-16
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Here's how F-16 is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed line maintenance on F-16 A, C and D models requiring high level line maintenance to heavy depot maintenance.
  • Performed and supervised loading and maintenance procedures on Block 32, 42, and 52 series F-16s.
  • Assigned as an F-16 crew chief responsible for the servicing and maintenance of the F-16 aircraft.
  • Performed hydraulic, pneumatic, fuel, and engine oil servicing on assigned F-16 aircraft.
  • Completed inspection and repairs on f-16's along with entering and maintaining aircraft forms.
  • Performed as a Crew Chief on General Dynamics F-16 and Lockheed C-130 Aircraft.
  • Loaded numerous test and experimental munitions on various modified blocks of F-16 fighters.
  • Managed, directed, monitored all maintenance accomplished on $27M F-16 aircraft.
  • Inspected, serviced and maintained F-4, F-16 and numerous other aircraft.
  • Debrief F-16 pilot on aircraft maintenance status and required actions.
  • Managed and directed the work efforts for the F-16 aircraft.
  • Supervised aircraft maintenance and loading operations on 28 F-16 aircraft.
  • Trained personnel on weapons loading procedures for F-16 aircraft.
  • Ensured the flight worthiness of F-16 jet aircraft.
  • Dedicated Crew Chief on F-16c tail number 86-0360.
  • Performed daily maintenance service on F-16 aircraft.
  • Perform various inspections, maintenance, and diagnostic assessments on F-16 aircraft; ensure appropriate and accurate documentation of aircraft forms
  • Experienced in preventative and corrective electrical maintenance on the following equipment: Maintained $40 million dollar F-16C fighter aircraft.
  • Performed monthly flightline evaluations to ensure safe and reliable loading operations for 51 assigned $1.9 billion F-16 aircraft.
  • Trained new mechanics on pre-flight, post-flight, thru-flight, walk-around inspections, and maintenance operations on the F-16 Fighter Aircraft.

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13. Squadron
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Here's how Squadron is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Briefed Production Supervisor and Squadron Maintenance Officer on aircraft status and documented Core Automated Maintenance System.
  • Administered monthly and quarterly performance evaluations to junior Marines enhancing squadron efficiency and deployment readiness.
  • Key to the squadron's excellent rating and the flight receiving the Inspector General coin for excellence for superior performance.
  • Represented the fiscal department on deployments acting as liaison between deployed Marines and the home squadron.
  • Initiated the squadron's first COMSEC account; netted zero discrepancies on 57 WG inspections.
  • Created day long training exercises for my squadron to enhance technical job skills.
  • Extended two and a half months integrating with the 176th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron.
  • Supply a squadron of F-15's with munitions assets that they require.
  • Trained and supervised new Airmen who were assigned to the squadron.
  • Assessed the need for squadron training and supervised the classroom objectives.
  • Deployed with the 120th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron.
  • Assigned to the 27th Fighter Squadron.
  • Crew Chief on aircraft 84-013 and 85-130 in the 12th Fighter Squadron.
  • Promoted out of my specialty to become squadron training manager while stationed in Mildenhall England.
  • Aided in development of flight training department, became youngest trainer in squadron.
  • Stationed with the 66 Combat Rescue Squadron Nellis AFB Nevada.
  • Coined by SSGT Antolin 322nd Training Squadron.
  • Coined by SSGT Frensley 324th Training Squadron.
  • Launched, recovered, and refueled military aircraft Maintained aircraft documentation and readiness Squadron safety representative Inventory specialist: shipping/receiving
  • Authored "Spacetrack 101" operations guide for military operational staff at the 7th Space Warning Squadron.

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14. Job Site
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Here's how Job Site is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Walked the job site with customers; discussed work to be performed, prepared materials estimate for customer approval.
  • Packed out contents of the job site and move them to a storage area until restoration was complete.
  • Lead & oversee crews at job sites & ensure procedures are followed & work performance is sufficient.
  • Ensured customer satisfaction was achieved at job sites and maintained good relations with clients.
  • Traveled to various job sites around Pennsylvania, overseeing the progress and quality of work
  • Set up the van at the job site using the proper set-up procedures.
  • Oversee shipment of raw materials to company warehouse and individual job sites.
  • Ensured transportation of team members to and from Hanger to job site.
  • Drive my crew & custom equipped service vehicles to daily job sites.
  • Supervised employee operational roles, conduct, & breaks at job sites.
  • Strengthened the safety of the workplace by maintaining the job site.
  • Total responsibility of the crew and job site we worked on.
  • Managed and supervised Production Technicians on job site.
  • Drive company vehicle to job sites throughout Virginia.
  • Accounted for inventory outgoing and incoming from job sites
  • Led and trained employees on job sites.
  • Coordinate job sites and manages inventory.
  • Job site and time management.
  • Be capable of preparing and completing punch lists Coordinate and follow through on job site inspections with local authorities.
  • supervised crew and ran job site for full scale installation for landscaping and yard maintenance

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15. Troubleshot
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Here's how Troubleshot is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Analyzed and troubleshot mechanical/electrical deficiencies.
  • Performed electrical diagnostics over systems critical components and troubleshot any issues.
  • Analyzed and troubleshot systems and repaired reported discrepancies.
  • Diagnosed and troubleshot malfunctions in aircraft subsystems.
  • Isolated malfunctions and troubleshot mechanical, hydraulic or electrical faults using schematics, wiring diagrams, troubleshooting trees and technical directives.
  • Inspected, troubleshot, repaired, and serviced aircraft, systems, and related equipment with impeccable attention to detail.
  • Diagnosed, troubleshot, and identified malfunctions / discrepancies of aircraft systems & components through use of technical order publications.
  • Inspected, troubleshot, removed, and replaced aircraft electrical, hydraulic, and engines components.
  • Prepped, maintained, troubleshot, and repaired Sports 2000 and Formula Ford race cars.
  • Removed, installed, adjusted and troubleshot aircraft, hydraulic and engine system components.
  • Operated, maintained and troubleshot SINCGAR radios to include AN/CYZ-10 COMSEC device.
  • Maintained and troubleshot all weapons systems on F4 and F16 US Aircraft
  • Analyzed, troubleshot, repaired aircraft systems and subsystems.
  • Maintained, troubleshot and repaired aircraft power plant/APU.
  • Diagnosed and troubleshot all systems on aircraft.
  • Interpreted and advised on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft Troubleshot and maintained aircraft structures, systems, components.
  • Maintained, inspected, repaired, troubleshot, and serviced aircraft structure, engines, and hydraulic systems.
  • Maintained, serviced, inspected, troubleshot, and repaired 28 E-3 Aircrafts.
  • Maintained and troubleshot Aircraft hydraulics/ pneudraulic systems, rotary drive sytems and power plants.
  • Inspected, troubleshot and made repairs to C-9a Airframe Supervised and trained subordinates

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Here's how Clearance is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Ensured crew safety, following all specifications and procedures according to written instructions while maintaining security clearance throughout entire assignment.
  • Directed and organized the security clearance operating procedures for more than 400 personnel preparing for relocation.
  • Top secret clearance in working with armed readiness alert aircraft engaged in active military operations.
  • Maintained secret security clearance and adhered to all safety and environmental practices.
  • Maintained security clearance to ensure security sensitive information is secured.
  • United States Government Secret Security Clearance.
  • Inspect aircraft structures, systems, and components for clearances, tolerances, proper installation, and operation.
  • Maintained security of the local areas and performed route clearance for visiting high-ranking officials.
  • Inspected and checked components for clearances, tolerances, proper installation, and operation.
  • Double checked all components for tolerances, clearances, appropriate installation and operational excellence.
  • Assisted pilots with clearance of the helicopter while in flight and on the ground.
  • Utilized security clearance to load and maintain safe communications to aircraft and crew.
  • Key Requirements: secret clearance, high attention to detail and safety.
  • Maintained a U.S. government secret security clearance for 10 years.
  • Top Secret Clearance with SCI access from Federal Government.
  • Maintain(ed) secret security clearance.
  • Served as Crew Chief on F-15's, while holding top secret clearance, for the U2 Spy Program.
  • Top secret Security Clearance) Managed an equipment account of 5000 line items of experimental test equipment.
  • Rank: Sergeant MOS: 15T Duties include, but not limited to: Held and maintained secret security clearance.
  • Obtained flight-clearance for all pilots taking-off from MCAS Air Station El Toro to their final destination.

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Here's how Flight Control is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Repaired, maintained, serviced and modified aircraft and related installed equipment from aircraft engines to flight controls and landing gear.
  • Operated auxiliary power units, bleed air system, flight controls, flight control rigging and air conditioning system.
  • Supervised team of 5 aircraft mechanics performing structural repairs and rigging of flight control surfaces.
  • Performed operational checkouts on hydraulic, pneumatic, fuel and flight control systems.
  • Assured all mechanical avionic hydraulic and flight control systems were prepared for flight.
  • Inspected and operated flight control system in flight deck of aircraft.
  • Rigged, removed and replaced flight controls and flight control components.
  • Performed heavy maintenance on flight control engines and landing gears.
  • Assisted in engine removal and flight control maintenance as needed.
  • Rigged cargo door, landing gear and flight control systems.
  • Maintained, repaired and installed aircraft flight control surfaces.
  • Provided flight control support and landing support.
  • Inspected and repaired flight control system components.
  • Accomplished flight control rigging checks.
  • Flight control rigging and installation.
  • Coordinated and assisted agencies working on airframe, flight control, landing gear, electrical, hydraulic, and engines.
  • Performed maintenance procedures including the removal, repair and adjustment of flight controls, engines, transmissions, and drivetrain.
  • Removed, repaired, troubleshot and installed landing gear, engines, flight controls, brakes and pneudraulic components.
  • Trained on and performed flight control rigging procedures.
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  • Researched, requisitioned and procured parts at austere locations while providing en-route support using applicable technical orders and directives.
  • Performed both scheduled and unscheduled aircraft armament systems maintenance to include time compliance technical orders.
  • Accomplished preventive/corrective maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, technical orders and time compliance items.
  • Performed aircraft launch and recovery procedures in accordance with aircraft technical orders.
  • Performed preventive maintenance, time compliance technical orders and emergency repairs.
  • Comply with all safety/technical orders.
  • Managed assigned aircraft protective covers and plates; ensured time compliance and one-time inspection completions in accordance with technical orders.
  • Followed technical orders and directives and read blueprints, schematics and diagrams to conduct repairs or perform maintenance.
  • Maintained technical order library consisting of 65 technical orders; zero defects noted from 15 QA inspections.
  • Ensured all technical orders were up-to-date and serviceable while working in the Technical Order Distribution Office.
  • Instructed and managed loading crew in all maintenance procedures using checklist and technical orders.
  • Used Air Force regulations, Technical Orders and other applicable aircraft regulations during maintenance.
  • Assigned appropriate condition codes to all munitions assets as directed by applicable technical orders.
  • Accomplished Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO) and one time inspections.
  • Coordinated maintenance actions/ Time Compliance Technical Orders through Plans and Scheduling.
  • Maintained Technical Orders directives and instructions at all times.
  • Completed 230 Time Change Technical Orders on 24 aircraft.
  • Manage technical orders and aircraft forms.
  • Use technical orders to train subordinates.
  • Performed aircraft launches, recoveries and end-of-runway operations and airframe/powerplant/general Time Compliance Technical Orders.

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  • Directed over 200 airmen during technical training, ensuring adherence to military standards and protocols and timely personnel deployment.
  • Utilized verbal and visual demonstrations of flight procedures to ensure airmen competency.
  • Certified numerous Airmen on Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus course.
  • Trained, instructed, and evaluated over 200 airmen in weapons loading, explosive safety and arm and release reliability procedures.
  • Learn, execute, and train new airmen in the technically challenging tasks of prepping and launching fighter jets.
  • Maintained general maintenance and repairs for all parts of the aircraft while supervising 10 to 20 lower ranking airmen.
  • Trained Airmen in proper aircraft maintenance procedures; provided syllabus and on scene instruction.
  • Completed 6 week leadership course designed to prepare Airmen to supervise and lead effectively.
  • Led to enhancements and additions to quality of life programs for 3,500 airmen.
  • Contributed to the qualification of eight Marines and five Airmen on final control.
  • Trained and lead many young airmen to prepare them for operational readiness.
  • Received an Honorable Discharge after achieving the rank of Senior Airmen.
  • Trained repairmen on computer maintenance; UHF and HF radio maintenance.
  • Trained fellow airmen how to complete and submit SF-52's.
  • Supervised a total of 8 up and coming Airmen.
  • Awarded Maintenance Flight's Most Motivated Airmen.
  • Conducted initial orientations for incoming low skill level airmen Performed numerous missions around the world in support of Operation Enduring Freedom
  • Served two years as a frontline supervisor in charge of a shift of 20+ airmen.
  • Assisted in over 50 aero evacuations for wounded airmen, soldiers, and marines.
  • United States Air Force Langley AFB, VA Trained 20-25 Airmen in proper maintenance actions and forms docementation.

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20. Medal
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  • Received medals including: Outstanding Unit Award, Organizational Excellence Award, Achievement Award, and the AF Good Conduct Medal.
  • Received the NATO Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Outstanding Unit and Meritorious Unit Awards for service in Afghanistan.
  • Awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal for outstanding leadership and technical expertise contributing to the high mission effectiveness rates.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for outstanding dedication and duty performance as a crew chief both in Ft.
  • Awarded two Air Force Achievement Medals for outstanding performance during deployments for the Iraq / Afghanistan Campaigns.
  • Received the Air Force Achievement Medal for assuming supervisor responsibilities as a regular team member.
  • Awarded Air Force Achievement Medal third oak leaf cluster upon duty station change.
  • Received a Navy and Marine Achievement Medal for exemplary performance of duties in 2001
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal and Army Good Conduct Medal.
  • Received Navy Achievement Medal for leading our division through several flawless Command Inspections.
  • Awarded Air/Strike Medal for combat flights in Iraq and Combat Aircrew Designation.
  • Received the Armed Forces Service Medal for contributions to Operation Joint Endeavor
  • Recognized by Air Force leadership with Air Force Achievement Medal.
  • Awarded Air Force Achievement Medal upon duty station change.
  • Recognized for efforts with United States Air Force Commendation Medal
  • Earned good conduct medal; honorable discharge.
  • Earned the National Defense Service Medal.
  • MAR '91 - National Defense Service Medal
  • Awarded Air Force Achievement Medal-December 2000.
  • Awarded the NAM medal and received highest marks on bi-annual and annual physical fitness testing.

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21. Maintenance Problems
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  • Utilized conventional or automated technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems.
  • Communicated with dispatchers concerning delays, unsafe sites, accidents, equipment breakdowns, and other maintenance problems.
  • Used conventional aircraft or automated data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft with little supervision.
  • Utilized supplied USAF technical data to properly diagnose and resolve maintenance problems on aircraft systems.
  • Used layout drawings, schematics, and pictorial diagrams to solve maintenance problems.
  • Use technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems and repair same.
  • Diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems.
  • Advised maintenance problems using technical data and AFI-2101.
  • Use technical orders to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on airframe and engine related systems.

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22. Test Equipment
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Here's how Test Equipment is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Diagnosed faults or malfunctions to determine required repairs, using engine diagnostic equipment such as computerized test equipment and calibration devices.
  • Supervised flight-line crews in troubleshooting and repair of guided missile electronic systems and related test equipment.
  • Maintained F-16CJ aircraft, F110-GE-129 turbofan jet engines and associated components, sub-systems and test equipment worth over $500 million.
  • Set up and operate ground support and test equipment to perform functional flight tests of electrical and electronic systems.
  • Maintained a high standard of workmanship by using only approved data, materials, tools and test equipment.
  • Controlled maintenance actions performed by over 60 personnel utilizing over $250K worth of tools and test equipment.
  • Operated electrical test equipment, gauges and checking fixtures to ensure weapons systems are reliable.
  • Completed repairs and maintenance using test equipment, torque wrenches, dial indicators and micrometers.
  • Managed F-15 Maintenance Support Section special tools/test equipment valued at $5.5M.
  • Used and maintained various standard and specialized tools and test equipment.
  • Use electronic test equipment and computers to test integrated avionics systems.
  • Aided in trouble shooting equipment, utilizing electronic test equipment.
  • Utilized diagnostic methods and test equipment to repair maintenance assets.
  • Trained in test equipment calibration, Emergency Power Unit.
  • Maintain diagnostic and operational tools and test equipment.
  • Maintain tool boxes and special test equipment.
  • Test equipment to ensure proper operation.
  • Monitored ground and in-flight test equipment.
  • Used a variety of standard/special tools, test equipment, and dimensional accuracy gages to accomplish tasks.
  • Tested and repaired components using mockups and test equipment.

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23. Maintenance Forms
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  • Performed as tow supervisor, intake/exhaust inspector, in addition to validating aircraft maintenance forms documentation.
  • Monitored and assisted specialist ensuring the accuracy and completeness of standardized aircraft maintenance forms.
  • Assisted in ensuring accuracy and completeness of aircraft maintenance forms.
  • Maintained maintenance forms and performed document reviews.
  • Reviewed maintenance forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems, and historical reports to ensure complete documentation.
  • Record full documentation on maintenance forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems, and historical reports.
  • Processed in-depth knowledge of applicable technical manuals, schematics, maintenance forms and continuous inspection procedures.
  • Review and maintains maintenance forms, aircraft records, to ensure complete documentation.
  • Reviewed all maintenance forms, records and automated data systems to ensure accuracy.
  • Managed all maintenance forms and documentation presented to pilot for review before takeoff.
  • Completed maintenance forms and records used for aircraft historical data files.
  • Review maintenance forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems.
  • Completed and ensured maintenance forms and records were correct.
  • Document and complete both maintenance forms and aircraft records.
  • Updated aircraft logbooks, maintenance forms and records.
  • Document aircraft and maintenance forms.
  • Reviewed maintenance forms, aircraft records, and reports to ensure complete documentation and coordinated maintenance plans to meet operational commitments.
  • Review maintenance forms, aircraft records, and reports for accuracy and the implementation of maintenance improvement strategies.
  • Review maintenance forms, records, and reports to ensure documentation is complete.
  • Test repaired components using mockups and test equipment - Review maintenance forms, aircraft records and reports to ensure complete documentation.

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24. Special Inspections
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Here's how Special Inspections is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Verified aircraft status during periodic and special inspections, completing scheduled, unscheduled, and deferred discrepancy maintenance.
  • Performed scheduled inspections and special inspections; assisted in troubleshooting and diagnosing malfunctions of aircraft subsystems.
  • Conducted routine and special inspections in accordance with quality control guidelines and maintenance manuals.
  • Prepared the aircraft for inspections and performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and special inspections.
  • Managed six subordinates performing special inspections/unscheduled maintenance on General Electric F110-100 turbofan engines.
  • Perform scheduled inspections and assist in performing special inspections.
  • Conduct routine and special inspections following government regulations.
  • Performed aircraft inspections and maintenance checks as well as scheduled inspections and assisted in performing special inspections.
  • Performed periodic/special inspections on munitions handling trailer and equipment valued at $1.2 Million.
  • Conducted routine and special inspections as required by safety and performance standards.
  • Supervised personnel performing shipping, periodic, and special inspections.
  • Conduct routine and special inspections as required by regulations.
  • Perform routine pre/post flight, thru-flight, walk-around, acceptance, transfer, and other special inspections.
  • Helped with end-of-runway, post flight, pre-flight, thru-flight, special inspections, and phase inspections.
  • Accomplished day-to-day maintenance, including end-of-runway, post flight, preflight, thru-flight, special inspections.
  • Performed and supervised aircraft preflight, thruflight, basic postflight, home station check, and special inspections on C-130 aircraft.
  • Performed, preflight, thru-flight, postflight, end of runway, special inspections and phase inspections.
  • Carried out pre-flight/post-flight and thruflight inspections, plus walk-arounds leading to acceptance and special inspections.
  • Accomplished preflight, thruflight, basic postflight, special inspections and maintains aircraft forms.
  • Performed and supervised day-to-day maintenance, including; end-of-runway, postflight, preflight, thru-flight, special inspections and phase inspections.

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25. F-15
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Here's how F-15 is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed F-15C/D flight control surface, landing gear, and canopy replacements and rigging and functional checks.
  • Led a team of ten, coordinated regular maintenance, inspection and control of F-15 fighter planes.
  • Worked as an F-15 Aircraft Crew Chief after completing over 900 hrs of technical training.
  • Maintain mission capable F-15 aircraft, support equipment, aircraft forms and automated data.
  • Managed and directed all maintenance on assigned F-15C aircraft valued at $33 Million.
  • Performed aircraft inspections, functional checks, launch and recoveries on F-15C/D/E aircraft.
  • Maintained and repaired F-15E aircraft, support equipment, and forms and records.
  • Performed inspections, analyzed malfunctions, and lead repair teams on F-15 Aircraft.
  • Served honorably as a lead mechanic on the 50-million-dollar F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft.
  • Deployed to Southwest Asia on 3 separate occasions with the F-15 Squadron
  • Supervised combat preparations for 24 F-15E aircraft for Afghanistan deployment.
  • Supervised two load crews and maintained F-16/F-15 test aircraft.
  • Maintain F-15E aircraft valued at $108 million.
  • Completed 2A373 Career Development Course on the F-16, F-15, F-22, A-10, U-2, and the RQ-1.
  • Maintain and inspect F-15 C/D Tactical Aircraft and F100/ PW100 & 220 Engines.
  • Supervised two crew members during weapons loading and maintenance tasks on 28 F-15E aircraft valued at $2.9B.
  • Performed hardware and software upgrades on 28 F-15E aircraft valued at over $1.6B.
  • Performed hard broke / Cann bird maintenance on F-16 and F-15 Aircraft
  • Maintained several multimillion dollar (F-15) combat aircraft.
  • maintained and crewed fighter jet, F-15E.

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  • Performed: Hourly, Monthly, Calendar and Yearly Inspections using Hand Tools, Power Tools and Special Test Equipment.
  • Replace or repair worn, defective, or damaged components, using hand tools, gauges, and testing equipment.
  • Use depth perception, and operate power and hand tools by reaching, twisting, lifting and gripping.
  • Dig ground using a pick, shovel and other hand tools to search for and locate survey monuments.
  • Shape or cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saw.
  • Remove damaged or defective parts or sections of structures and repair or replace, using hand tools.
  • Skilled in the sound use of hand tools and test equipment in accordance with technical orders.
  • Trained in machinery such as chainsaw, pole saw, sod cutter and various hand tools.
  • Repair or replace wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Utilized technical data and hand tools to perform tasks, make corrections, and ensure safety.
  • Experience in replacing/repairing worn or damaged components using hand tools, gauges and major testing equipment.
  • Modified and machined custom parts and brackets using mills, lathes and various hand tools.
  • Installed electrical and electronic components or assemblies using hand tools and power tools.
  • Adjusted and calibrated aircraft systems using hand tools, gauges and test equipment.
  • Assembled and fastened materials to make frameworks or props using hand tools.
  • Used hand tools as well as specialized tools to perform duties.
  • Used numerous hand tools along with a variety of maintenance stands.
  • Construct and fabricate parts, using hand tools and specifications.
  • Showcased power tools and hand tools knowledge.
  • Use of multi-meter, torque wrench and a variety of hand tools.

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27. Food Safety
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Here's how Food Safety is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Provide excellent customer service, ensure coworkers are following food safety guidelines.
  • Managed all food safety and sanitation requirements and practices.
  • Adhered to all policies and procedures of McDonalds as contained in the McDonald's employee and food safety handbook.
  • Trained crew in proper procedures of food safety, products and fast, friendly service.
  • Followed all food safety standards.
  • Coached and trained employees in food preparation operations to ensure customers received quality products (food safety) and service.
  • Prepared quality products while maintaining proper food safety practices, portion control and presentation within service goal times.
  • Received multiple certifications, including "Serv-Safe" for food safety and various management verification certifications.
  • Served as supervisor as needed Maintained inventory and food safety and quality standards Provided excellent customer service
  • Trained new employees on register, sandwiches, fries, and grill Tracked and logged food safety temperatures .
  • Make sure crew members know Wendy's way Ensure food safety Run labor Lift 40 lbs.

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28. Operational Checks
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  • Facilitated aircraft asset management, including requisitions, removals, and installation of parts, and performing associated functional/operational checks.
  • Performed limited maintenance operational checks and assisted in diagnosing and troubleshooting aircraft subsystems using special tools and equipment as required.
  • Conducted limited maintenance operational checks with qualified pilots to troubleshoot all aircraft subsystem assemblies.
  • Discovered hydraulic leak from brake assembly, replaced and completed operational checks.
  • Performed extensive maintenance operational checks and scheduled inspections.
  • Attended many training schools and was certified to ground run the B52 aircraft for maintenance and operational checks for repairs.
  • Provided expertise on troubleshooting, repairs, removal, installation, and operational checks of F-15E aircraft systems and components.
  • Removed, installed, and performed operational checks on alternate mission equipment and M61A1 20mm gun systems.
  • Identify and perform operational checks of all associated safety switches, fire and smoke suppression systems.
  • Accomplished engine run, landing gear, flight control, and other major system operational checks.
  • Serviced oil, fuel, liquid oxygen and nitrogen systems and performed systems operational checks.
  • Make final operational checks rework and servicing of aircraft prior to and after each flight.
  • Perform operational checks and scheduled inspections, and diagnose and troubleshoots malfunctions in aircraft subsystems.
  • Performed troubleshooting, operational checks, removal, and replacement of system aircraft components.
  • Performed APU and Engine Run Ups for trouble shooting and operational checks.
  • Performed engine runs, troubleshooting, and operational checks.
  • Performed operational checks of all aircraft systems.
  • Removed/installed, inspected, troubleshot and performed operational checks on airframe, engine and hydraulic components.
  • Prepared aircraft for preflight inspections and operational checks.
  • Performed pre-phase and post-phase operational checks, such as rotor system track and weight and balance.

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29. Hydraulic Systems
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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Serviced shock struts, hydraulic reservoirs, accumulators and operated hydraulic systems.
  • Worked on/troubleshot complex electrical, avionics, and hydraulic systems
  • Service hydraulic systems and accumulators.
  • Examined and inspected aircraft components, including landing gear and hydraulic systems to locate cracks, leaks, or other problems.
  • Serviced all 30 operational aircraft to include hydraulic systems, ground refueling (operational/shut-down), and preventative maintenance cleaning.
  • Launch, recover, tow, and wash aircraft; service fuel, liquid oxygen, and hydraulic systems.
  • Examined and inspect aircraft components, such as landing gear, fuel, and hydraulic systems.
  • Managed servicing of fuel, engine oil, auxiliary power unit oil, and hydraulic systems.
  • Performed all major maintenance on hydraulic systems, fuel system, landing gear and life support.
  • Serviced, inspected and performed operational checks on aircraft hydraulic systems with hydraulic test stand.
  • Maintain all F-16 jet components such as engine, landing gear, and hydraulic systems.
  • Perform operational checks for avionics, anti-ice, pneumatic, electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Repaired aircraft engines, hydraulic systems, and brakes systems Launched and recovered aircraft.
  • Performed troubleshooting and maintenance on aircraft engine systems, hydraulic systems and pneumatic systems.
  • Specialized in jet engine repair, hydraulic systems and control surfaces.
  • Service nitrogen, tires, oil and hydraulic systems.
  • Drained and flushed hydraulic systems.
  • Serviced aircraft systems, replaced landing gear wheel/tire assemblies; troubleshot and repaired aircraft electro-environmental, propulsion, and hydraulic systems.
  • serviced and repaired avionic hydraulic systems, maintained critical flight components in accordance with the Aircraft dash 10 maintenance manual.
  • Cross train package for C-141B hydraulic systems * 4-engine power maintenance run certification * Maintain detailed maintenance records

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Here's how Maintenance Actions is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Accompanied aircraft on off-station missions, performed required maintenance actions
  • Managed and coordinated scheduled maintenance actions on assigned aircraft.
  • Verified maintenance actions are properly performed and documented.
  • Analyzed, interpreted and recommended maintenance actions.
  • Coordinated maintenance actions for major repairs.
  • Determined and accomplished all maintenance actions.
  • Supervised and mentored workers during the performance of maintenance actions, facilitating the safe and efficient completion of duties.
  • Prepared and tracked forms, records, and reports on helicopter maintenance actions using in-house automation systems.
  • Job Description: Responsible for all maintenance actions on F-15A/B/C/D/E aircraft valued at over $50M.
  • Submitted 30 Technical Order Data Change Requests to improve the safety and efficiency of maintenance actions.
  • Ensured all completed maintenance actions were promptly documented and reflected on the aircraft status forms.
  • Removed and installed system parts and conducted functional tests on completed aircraft maintenance actions.
  • Verified quality of work for over 1000 maintenance actions performed by maintenance technician journeyman.
  • Led load crew team on loading and maintenance actions on munitions equipment.
  • Determine work scheduling requirements, review, and accomplish various maintenance actions.
  • Ordered and controlled Hazardous Material and parts for maintenance actions.
  • Authorized for final sign-off of maintenance actions and inspections.
  • Directed the repair of stranded aircraft with electrical/mechanical malfunctions - Coordinated travel arrangements and maintenance actions with multinational agencies
  • Managed, scheduled and performed maintenance actions on isochronal, programmed and unscheduled maintenance.
  • Identified and documented all maintenance actions and supported direction of the Flightline Expediter, Element Chief and Production Superintendant.

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31. Phase Inspections
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Here's how Phase Inspections is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Planned maintenance activities and aircraft movement to ensure timeliness completion of Phase Inspections.
  • Performed all aspects of maintenance to include landing gear, engines, flight control work and all look-phase inspections as required.
  • Performed all phase inspections as part of phase dock crew on aircraft assigned to phase dock.
  • Supervised the conduct of all required aircraft Phase Inspections, utilized evaluation software to track trends.
  • Discovered numerous cracks in cabin framework during phase inspections due to keen attention to detail.
  • Performed 250 hour phase inspections and 500 hour phase inspection according to the IETM.
  • Accomplished all look-phase inspections, launch and recover, towing and servicing.
  • Performed all Jet Aircraft Maintenance as well as Major Phase Inspections.
  • Prepared aircraft for maintenance, phase inspections and unscheduled maintenance.
  • Maintained Aircraft log books, and performed heavy Phase Inspections.
  • Sustained aircraft through phase inspections, high lift flap inspections.
  • Perform Phase Inspections on KC-135(R).
  • Work closely with maintenance test pilots for pre phase inspections and post phase follow up inspections.
  • Preformed preflight post-flight, calendar and phase inspections on F-16 aircraft.
  • Facilitate end of runway, post flight, preflight, thru flight, special inspections and phase inspections.
  • Led and participated directly in end-of-runway, post-flight, pre-flight, thru-flight, and phase inspections.
  • Performed a variety of responsibilities such as refuel/defuel, engine run, preflight/post flight/phase inspections.
  • Performed end-of-runway, post flight, preflight, thru-flight, and phase inspections.
  • Perform end-of-runway, post-flight, preflight, thru-flight, and phase inspections.
  • Performed preflight, thruflight, postflight, and phase inspections, serviced aircraft systems and supervised the completion of these tasks.

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32. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Maintained sanitary environment required by OSHA standards and company policies.
  • Retain mental checklist for proper procedure per customer as set forth by OSHA, state and company guidelines.
  • Followed all Corporate, General and OSHA safety procedures and produced daily documentation sheet for Crew
  • Certified on 30 Hours OSHA, 40 hours Asbestos Supervisor Training and Lead Safe Renovator.
  • Assisted in OSHA and DHEC regulation compliance (passed all county and state-mandated inspections).
  • Trained and supervised installers, regarding OSHA regulations, best practices and new techniques.
  • Complied with OSHA safety, fire, security, environmental and housekeeping regulations.
  • Prepare health and safety strategies according to OSHA and develop internal policy.
  • Assist airline, FAA, OSHA and other various inspectors as required.
  • Utilized and fully implemented all facets of AFOSH and OSHA safety law.
  • Facilitated training for new personnel to ensure compliance with OSHA regulations.
  • Provide safety direction per NFPA Standards and OSHA Regulations.
  • Performed monthly OSHA checklist on shop status and safety.
  • Maintain safe work environment by obtaining First Aid and CPR certification and OSHA HAZWOPER certification.
  • Maintained all Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) in accordance with all OSHA standards.
  • Adhered to OSHA standards at all times and promoted a safe work environment.
  • Participated in annual FAA audits and received passing, meeting OSHA requirements.
  • Completed 10 hour OSHA training in large scales warehouse safety practices.
  • Coordinate time management with general contractors Spray dryfall according to OSHA regulations.
  • Executed storage planning for an ninety-eight-acre Munitions Storage Area, according to government safety and OSHA regulations.

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  • Removed leading edge of C-130 due to a bird strike that occurred during a spray sortie.
  • Key responsibilities were to fix and maintain a fleet of 25 C-130 E/H aircraft.
  • Have experience and can successfully marshal, launch and recover a C-130 aircraft.
  • Performed all aspects of maintenance on fleet of 5 C-130 aircraft.
  • Major and minor inspections of C-130 aircraft for mission readiness.
  • Updated and revised MMS database for B-52 and C-130 aircraft.
  • Ensured airworthiness for a squadron of C-130 aircraft.
  • Managed all maintenance activity on C-130 aircraft.
  • Air National Guard C-130 mechanic.
  • Performed crash recovery assistance for C-130, F-16, C-12, UH-60, MQ-9, and transient aircraft.
  • Launched and recovered aircraft such as the F-16, C-130, and C-17 aircraft.
  • Performed maintenance USAF fleet of C-130 Hercules Aircraft Head mechanic on C-130 Super E and H model aircraft.
  • Performed daily engine and full systems operative checks on 7 F /A 18 and 2 C-130 aircraft.
  • Crew Chief (2A531 AFSC) Aerospace Maintenance of C-130H Heavy Aircraft
  • Ground handling and servicing of airframes such as C-5/C-17/747/KC-135/C-130.
  • Perform 540 day isochronal inspection of EC-130E/HC-130P aircraft.
  • Maintained and operated on C-130H model aircrafts.
  • dock crew member on C-130 H/E, C-9, T-39
  • Accomplished preflight, thru-flight, and home station check inspections on 5 MC-130H aircraft and one C-130E aircraft.
  • Rank E-3 Maintain air worthiness of C-130E aircraft including pre and post flight inspections of fuel hydraulic systems, avionics.

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  • Review maintenance data collection summaries to determine trends, production effectiveness, and areas requiring corrective action.
  • Identified a potentially dangerous hazard and directed a workable corrective action, without injury or incident.
  • Identified and researched the causes of inventory discrepancies in order to provide resolution and corrective actions
  • Documented all incidents/accidents, safety violations, unsafe conditions and recommend necessary corrective actions.
  • Recommend corrective actions and resolves problems using technical publications and analytic techniques.
  • Coordinated Air Force tactical exercises; diagnosing malfunctions and recommending corrective actions.
  • Supervised and determined repair adequacy of over 586 corrective actions.
  • Monitor all transmission/processing systems and perform corrective actions as needed.
  • Investigated troubled areas and provided recommendations for corrective action.
  • Managed delayed discrepancies to ensure timely corrective action.
  • Reviewed management reports and implemented necessary corrective actions.
  • Determine quality of completed corrective actions.
  • Perform 100 hour Inspections, troubleshoot system malfunctions, perform necessary corrective actions, remove and replace defective components.
  • Evaluated deficiencies and recommended corrective actions to ensure compliance with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) codes.
  • Coordinated corrective actions with Raptor Sync ensuring the job was correctly signed off without losing the required data.
  • Maintained AFTO 781 Series Forms for assigned aircraft to ensure proper documentation of all discrepancies and corrective actions.
  • Analyzed and repaired aircraft systems and provided corrective action on all delayed discrepancies.
  • Examine findings and determine adequacy of corrective actions on maintenance and repair.
  • Directed corrective actions, repairs, and identified adverse trends as required.
  • Identified any signs of corrosion and took preventative and corrective actions.

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  • Received citation from Inspector General USAFE Command for performing superior maintenance and displaying outstanding military conduct for the Year 1987.
  • Preformed aircraft inspection multiple times a day even including up to several aircraft all within accordance of USAF policy.
  • Maintained assigned aircraft at a 94.7% mission-capable (MC) rate; exceeded USAFE standards by 13.7%.
  • Achieved rank of E-4 (senior airman) * Graduated with honors from USAF Enlisted Leadership School in 1987.
  • Provided hangar tours, interacted with the public and served as an ambassador for the USAF.
  • Performed all mechanical maintenance procedures for USAF MQ-1 Predator Drones while satisfying the quality requirements.
  • Loaded and unloaded millions of pounds of cargo onto USAF and USAF-contracted cargo aircraft.
  • Performed C-17 aircraft TCTO'S and modifications to manufacture's and USAF specifications.
  • Coordinated ground maintenance activities in support of USAF aircraft valued at $1.1B.
  • Directed and performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on F-22A aircraft USAF Duties and Responsibilities document gladly furnished upon request
  • Inspected, maintained and repaired military aircraft, using mechanical, hydraulic, pneudraulic and electrical skills learned in the USAF.
  • Decreased training requirements by 21% In recognition of superior maintenance selected for promotion sooner than the USAF standard.
  • Supervised, instructed, supported, and performed off-station Maintenance for USAFE's sole C-40 B aircraft.
  • Traveled over 200 days annually to support Thunderbirds air shows and USAF recruiting and retention programs.
  • Employed by the civil service for the USAF as an aircraft electro/environmental specialist on C-17 aircraft.
  • Hand-selected to travel worldwide and provide maintenance and repair for the elite Thunderbirds USAF demonstration team.
  • Served as Assistant Crew Chief / Maintenance Specialist 1999-2003 as member of the USAF Thunderbirds.
  • Performed maintenance functions on USAF and Foreign Military Sales Royal Netherland Air Force aircraft.
  • Provided vital airlift support for White House, HAF, NATO, USEUCOM, USAFRICOM, and USAFE.
  • Nominated to USAFE Lodeo Team to represent the 401st Tactical Fighter Wing at Spangdalumn AB, Germany.

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36. Flight Hours
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  • Completed over 4000 Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) flight hours including over 220 combat sorties flown.
  • Awarded the Sikorsky Maintenance Award in 2011, Safety Award in 2012 and 2014 for 500+ incident free flight hours.
  • Reviewed written logbooks and updated computer system for flight hours, maintenance tasks, and inspections.
  • Performed in 210 Airshows, supported 5,621 sorties and 6,000 flight hours in four years.
  • Completed 179.4 flight hours overseas while distributing a diverse group of high ranking U.S.
  • Contributed to more than 100 flight hours and more than 1000 water drops.
  • Assisted in a department wide record of over 10,000 accident free flight hours.
  • Remained current and qualified in assigned aircraft with over 400 flight hours.
  • Total flight hours acting as crew member - 1026.2.
  • Total functional check flight hours - 66.1.
  • Logged over 120 accident free flight hours.
  • Logged over 600 flight hours.
  • Logged 536 combat flight hours.
  • Total flight time of 1800 flight hours, and 600 combat hours, and 350 Night Vision Goggle hours.
  • Accrued over 450 combat flight hours, over 50 being NVG hours with no mishaps.
  • Performed and recorded over 2000 accident free flight hours to include 500 night aided hours as a crewmember.
  • Conducted over 400 flight hours as C-9 Crew Chief while performing missions nationwide as well as international.
  • Accrued over 800 flight hours aboard a MH-47G Conducted combat, training, and maintenance operations
  • Executed 427.7 successful flight hours serving as a Blackhawk crew chief.
  • Maintained helicopter readiness Met all door gunnery requirements for airframe qualifications Maintained minimum flight hours

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37. Hazardous Materials
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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Leveraged extensive experience in ensuring successful evacuation and cleanup operations in incidents involving spillage of hazardous materials.
  • Certified as a Hazardous Materials Technician and responds to hazardous materials incidents.
  • Handled and disposed of hazardous materials in accordance with environmental guidelines.
  • Certified in forklift operation and Hazardous Materials acceptance.
  • Instructed 32 Explosive Driver's/Hazardous Materials Safety Courses to 149 Marines and civilians in accordance with Department of Defense and Federal Regulations.
  • Participated in resetting aircraft arresting systems (BAK-12), and responds to medical, hazardous materials, and rescue emergencies.
  • Operated first run Pumper, maintained aerospace crash and rescue vehicles, and responded to hazardous materials incidents.
  • Key Responsibilities: * Responded to aircraft, structural, munitions, hazardous materials and medical emergencies.
  • Responded to aircraft, structural, hazardous materials, medical, rescue emergencies and motor vehicle accidents.
  • Handled, labeled, and disposed of hazardous materials and waste according to environmental standards.
  • Lead member for all airfield, structural, hazardous materials/WMD, and EMS responses.
  • Ensured compliance with all safety regulations related to the storage of hazardous materials.
  • Experience with hazardous materials handling.
  • Created Hazardous Materials Medical Support Team to train EMS personnel in responding to incidents involving illicit substances such as methamphetamines.
  • Trained in hazardous materials protocol and procedures.
  • Receive and properly store and use hazardous materials along with the proper disposal of used bio hazard materials.
  • Qualified in hazardous materials handling and disposal, protective equipment and all safety issues.
  • Managed and executed hazardous materials program under OSHA and host nation's environmental compliance.
  • Inspect and use hazardous materials declaration forms and provided accurate flow of materials.
  • Performed duties on a hazardous materials response team.

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38. Complete Documentation
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Here's how Complete Documentation is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Ensured complete documentation of all actions into the Integrated Maintenance Information System.
  • Reviewed maintenance forms, B-1 aircraft records, and reports to ensurecomplete documentation.

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39. Proper Installation
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Here's how Proper Installation is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Ensured proper installation on new unlocks codes, encoding keys, vault identification number/time delay, guaranteed 100% system reliability.
  • Repaired and replaced aircraft landing gear systems; ensuring safe and proper installation procedures and conducted all ground operational checks.
  • Repaired applicable components and modified components such as tubing, sheet metal, and plastic panels for proper installation.
  • Trimmed and fit system lines, valves, ducts to ensure proper installation and proper fit after modification.
  • Ensured quality assurance of work, proper installation of safety wire and precise use of measurement instruments.
  • Inspected major system components and parts for defects, serviceability, and proper installation.
  • Supervised crew of 2-5 workers to insure safety and proper installations according to plans.
  • Surveyed upcoming jobs and communicated areas of concern to sales to guarantee proper installation.
  • Ensured proper installations through accurate reading of blueprints.
  • Performed and documented pre-flight and post-flight inspections on assigned aircraft; checkedcomponents for clearances, tolerances, proper installation and operation.

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40. FAA
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Here's how FAA is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Ensured adherence to FAA regulations and maintenance requirements.
  • Performed all aspect of aircraft maintenance in accordance to FAA regulation FAR Part 43, and UAV service manuals.
  • Ensured safe flights by adhering to FAA safety regulations, focusing on preemptive actions and clear, goal-driven communication.
  • Worked with AA management, the FAA, and Quality Assurance personnel on local audits and environmental issues.
  • Ensured that all aircraft operational matters were within manufacturers, FAA and company limits and fuel loading requirements.
  • Coordinate crew of A&P licensed mechanics to repair commercial aircraft per FAA airworthiness directives.
  • Make entries to FAA required records, logbook and other means of historical tracking data.
  • Performed proper maintenance procedures in accordance with naval aircraft publications, and FAA flight regulations.
  • Learned the importance of safety guidelines and FAA regulations for hot air ballooning.
  • Record keeping and analysis in accordance with FAA 91 and 135 requirements.
  • Ensured all paperwork was in compliance with both FAA and ExcelAire requirements.
  • Evaluated performance to ensure compliance with FAA requirements and company standards.
  • Maintain log books and maintenance records in accordance with FAA requirements.
  • Managed all aspects of FAA mandated Drug/Alcohol Prevention Program.
  • Maintained aircraft FAA forms and records.
  • Formulated and implemented FAA approved maintenance programs in accordance with Chapter [ ] and (4) Federal Aviation Regulations.
  • Maintained and repaired the UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopter in accordance with FAA regulations.
  • Complete all repairs and maintenance work to company and FAA standards
  • followed company GPM and any or all of FAA regulations.
  • Preform maintenance on customer a/c iaw applicable tech data and faa regulations.

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41. Daily Operations
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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Maintain industry leading safety standards for personnel and equipment daily operations.
  • Planned, coordinated and controlled daily operations of the organization.
  • Executed daily operations of providing quality food and customer service.
  • Executed daily operations of company policies and procedures.
  • Planned and directed daily operations.
  • Trained, supervised, evaluated and licensed a company of 61 personnel in maintenance, daily operations and safety of vehicles.
  • Crew chief: Oversaw daily operations to instruct employees to do daily tasks such as answering the phone.
  • Supervised and trained airmen, in daily operations, programs, safety and maintaining high standards.
  • Oversee and coordinate daily operations of crew in work zone.
  • Open the store and prepare food the daily operations.
  • Managed small crew of workers in daily operations.
  • Oversee daily operations and payroll for 10 employees.
  • Lead 5 summer hires in daily operations.
  • Manage daily operations of a two-person crew.
  • Coordinated daily operations on job site.
  • Organized all components of daily Operations Preventive maintenance on all vehicles
  • Managed the daily operations of a Multi-million dollar aircraft parts warehouse including supervision of 5 Stock Clerks.
  • Directed and participated in the daily operations of the Shipping Department in the Bon Ton distribution center.
  • Water and sewer main line installation Asphalt and concrete pouring Assisting Foreman in daily operations
  • Count product Place orders Ensure safe and registers are accurate Help with daily operations of restaurant Keep facility clean

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42. Inspection Findings
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Here's how Inspection Findings is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Supervised and performed aircraft and component inspections and then interpreted inspection findings and determined adequacy of corrective actions.
  • Supervised and performed routine and special inspections and interpreted inspection findings to determine corrective actions.
  • Interpreted inspection findings and recommended implementation actions to correct deficiencies.
  • Interpreted inspection findings and determined adequacy of corrective actions.
  • Interpreted inspection findings and determined adequate corrective actions.
  • Reviewed inspection findings and ensured appropriate corrective actions.
  • Interpret inspection findings to determine corrective action.
  • Interpret inspection findings and advises on maintenance procedures to repair aircraft and related equipment.
  • Overhauled entire FCC program; identified/fixed 15 previous Major Inspection findings and fixed them.
  • Review inspection findings and create a materials and parts requisition for all required items.
  • Interpreted inspection findings and determined best course of action for corrections.
  • Interpreted inspection findings that determinedadequacy of corrective actions.

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43. Functional Checks
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Here's how Functional Checks is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed maintenance operational checks and functional checks to verify system serviceability.
  • Installed serviceable equipment and performed follow on maintenance operational/functional checks.
  • Performed armament system functional checks and inspection requirements.
  • Have knowledge in performing functional checks on hydraulic, induction, exhaust, pressurization, electrical, and lubrication systems.
  • Conduct functional checks for Trouble Shooting, Maintenance performed, component replacements, and Rigging of aircraft systems.
  • Performed scheduled inspections, functional checks, and preventive maintenance on A-10 aircraft and aircraft installed equipment.
  • Developed proficiency in the removal and installation of all flight controls, including rigging and functional checks.
  • Conducted aircraft tests by visually checking equipment and parts, performing aircraft systems operational and functional checks.
  • Conducted functional checks of various aircraft systems such as electrical lighting, hydraulic and gear retraction tests.
  • Change suspected bad components, replace circuit cards and perform functional checks using various test equipment.
  • Completed scheduled inspections, functional checks, and maintenance on tactical aircraft and aircraft installed equipment.
  • Performed aircraft armament systems functional checks and on-equipment Dash-6 inspection requirements on in-use AME and NIE.
  • Configured, inspected, maintained and completed functional checks unique to standard weapons systems.
  • Removed, installed, and conducted functional checks of repaired systems and components.
  • Performed aircraft functional checks and troubleshooting including 100% jet engine run certified.
  • Perform functional checks or operational checks of repaired or replaced assemblies.
  • Performed F-15 Hourly inspections and Functional Checks on aircraft systems.
  • Provided functional checks for all aspects of the aircraft.
  • Performed functional checks on fuel, hydraulic, engine, avionics and electro-environmental systems.
  • Perform scheduled inspections Responsible for functional checks Preventive Maintenance Install and remove aircraft equipment

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44. Kc-135
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Here's how Kc-135 is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed 200 hour breakdown inspections of KC-135-707 aircraft and systems with maintenance as needed and subsequent report and recommendations.
  • Inspected, analyzed, troubleshoot, and solved any problems that occurred within the KC-135A Refueling Aircraft.
  • Job Duties: Plan, schedule, control, and direct all maintenance activities on KC-135 aircraft.
  • Performed home station and deployed line maintenance and repairs on all 13 assigned KC-135R aircraft.
  • Managed all maintenance aspects and supervised assistant crew chiefs on KC-135R 58-0093 valued at $62M
  • Crew Chief on KC-135, promoted to E-5 Grade, Honorable Discharge November 1999.
  • Performed the same duties as listed above, but on KC-135 aircraft's.
  • Maintained and serviced all aspects of the KC-135 Air Refueling Aircraft.
  • Crew Chief-B-52, KC-135 Squadron technical order and publications supervisor.
  • Performed scheduled maintenance on 30+ KC-135 aircraft daily.
  • Maintained KC-135 Aircraft for safety of flight
  • Preform maintenance on KC-135 aircraft.
  • Crew Chief on KC-135 aircraft.
  • Tested, Performed Quality Assurance work and Maintained KC-135A *Responsible for a budget of $60 Million Dollars for USAF Aircraft
  • Repair and maintain KC-135R Stratotanker aircraft to ensure mission readiness.
  • Preformed pre and post flight inspections on KC-135 aircraft.
  • performed maintenance on C-5, C-17, KC-10, KC-135 aircraft
  • Salt Lake City, Utah I am experienced in all areas of maintenance on the KC-135 airframe systems.
  • Performed Pre-flight and post flight inspections on the Kc-135 Stratotanker aircraft.
  • Enlisted in U.S. Air Force Reserves 1997-1999 at Beale AFB in Marysville, CA-KC-135 Crew Chief.

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45. Electrical Systems
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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Skilled at training and developing cross-functional operations including hydraulic and electrical systems.
  • Preform operational checks on aircraft subsystems including hydraulic and electrical systems.
  • Designed and installed data monitoring, communication and electrical systems.
  • Analyzed wiring problems on armament electrical systems, tracing to the source and correcting the problem.
  • Served as an instructor at the Army's Aviation Logistics School specializing in aircraft electrical systems.
  • Skilled technician at trouble shooting helicopter hydraulic, engine, rotor, fuel and electrical systems.
  • Maintain electrical systems, loading systems, lighting systems, utility systems and flight controls.
  • Assist in maintaining the A160 fleet, specializing in electrical systems.
  • Experience of fuel engine, electrical systems and composite structures.
  • Check brakes, oil, tires and electrical systems.
  • Use voltmeter to troubleshoot electrical systems.
  • Course curriculum included disassembly, inspection and repair of various components to include aviation electrical systems and fire control components.
  • Maintained aircraft mechanical and electrical systems Inspections of aircraft components
  • Maintained the electrical systems on fighter and heavy aircraft (flight line and backshop).
  • Performed engine runs on multi-engine aircraft that had mutiple hydraulic and electrical systems.

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46. Liquid Oxygen
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Here's how Liquid Oxygen is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Operated and inspected of gaseous and liquid oxygen servicing equipment.
  • Dispensed liquid oxygen into aircraft.
  • Serviced oil, fuel, hydraulic fluid, liquid oxygen, and nitrogen systems; interpreted diagrams and publications.
  • Serviced Landing Gear, Brakes, Hydraulics, Liquid Oxygen, Engines, Fuel, and Avionics systems.
  • Fuel, engine oil, and liquid oxygen servicing were also performed on a daily/weekly basis.
  • Accomplished Basic ground service, generator power, liquid oxygen, re-fueling, brakes and tires.
  • Maintained forms of the aircraft in documenting fuel load, liquid oxygen services and inspections.
  • Specialized in hydraulic, jet engine, liquid oxygen, and electrical troubleshooting and repair.
  • Ensured aircraft has been properly serviced with fuel, hydraulic fluid and liquid oxygen.
  • Supervised towing, fueling, and liquid oxygen servicing of the aircraft.
  • Performed launch and recovery of aircraft, and installation of liquid oxygen.
  • Serviced liquid oxygen in 22 aircraft in less than 3 hours.
  • Perform re-fueling and liquid oxygen system duties as required.
  • Serviced the aircraft with fuel and liquid oxygen.
  • Check and add nitrogen and liquid oxygen.
  • Trained with servicing Liquid Oxygen.
  • Service liquid oxygen, gaseous oxygen, hydraulics', oil, tires, accumulators, refueling.
  • Performed liquid oxygen services to aircraft, Re-fuel and defuel and transfer.
  • Refuel, defuel, and transfer fuel operations safely continuing to maintain communications Service liquid oxygen in a timely and safe manner
  • Performed all aspects of flightline servicing to include fuel servicing, liquid oxygen servicing and hydraulic fluid servicing

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47. Hazmat
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Here's how Hazmat is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Analyzed and maintained various computer based programs related to daily munitions accountability and shipping/ receiving of munitions and HAZMAT.
  • Prepared Fire Prevention Inspection Program, with emphasis on HAZMAT, WMD, biochemical, and hostile attack from armed intruders.
  • Trained on use of MSDS sheets, mitigation and response for a fuel or HAZMAT spills per OSHA regulation.
  • Certified by the State of California to receive, maintain and dispose of hazardous materials (HAZMAT).
  • Recognized leader in maintaining conformance with FAA, OSHA, FCC, DOT, EPA and HAZMAT regulations
  • Trained in: HazMat, NDI inspection, taxi, and run-up of aircraft
  • Served as a safety for Range Operations which included HAZMAT and ammunition handling.
  • Performed duties as a nationally certified Emergency Medical Technician, and HAZMAT Technician.
  • Trained in hazardous materials and items (HAZMAT) procedures.
  • Company HAZMAT representative and HAZMAT certified.
  • Completed Safety and HAZMAT course.
  • Used e-mail, telephone, two-way radio, MS excel and MS access to coordinate repairs and order necessary hazmat supplies.
  • Responded and mitigated structural, aircraft, medical and hazmat emergencies, oversaw fire ground safety of personnel.
  • Managed 9 Hazmat programs with zero defects noted by Quality Assurance inspectors over a period of a year.
  • Provide asset protection in connection with aircraft, structural fires, wild land and Hazmat emergencies.
  • Certified multi-system quality assurance inspector and HAZMAT coordinator for Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL.
  • Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of hazmat material reclamation and refilling per phase in charge of.
  • Completed OSHA Hazmat Communications Training Course.
  • Managed hazmat items and procedures.
  • Handle Hazmat (DOT) Shipping, receiving, labeling and delivery of Haz-mat cargo.

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48. Fuel Systems
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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed duties as a fuel systems inspector while at the MRO and in support of AOG Inc. customer line maintenance operations.
  • Perform maintenance on engines, fuel systems, flight controls, hydraulic systems, landing gear, and structural components.
  • Perform PM maintenance on light/heavy diesel trucks, tractors, RV, off-road equipment, lube oil and fuel systems.
  • Perform maintenance and advises on aircraft fuel systems removal, repair, and installation maintenance procedures and policies.
  • Obtained Plane Captain and CDI qualifications for power plants, transmission and fuel systems.
  • Perform troubleshooting, aircraft sheet metal, jet engines and fuel systems maintenance.
  • Serviced various aircraft systems to include hydraulic, oxygen and fuel systems.
  • Maintained records for the Fuel Systems Shop.
  • Maintain hydraulic, electrical and fuel systems.
  • Repair fuel systems, avionic components, oxygen systems and electrical problems.

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49. Safety Standards
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Here's how Safety Standards is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Ensured compliance with safety standards when responding to unscheduled maintenance actions on non-nuclear loaded aircraft.
  • Monitored work areas and examined tools and equipment in order to detect unsafe conditions or violations of procedures or safety standards.
  • Supervised and mentored a five-man crew in a high stress, detail oriented environment, maintaining the highest electrical safety standards.
  • Follow company safety standards at all times and looks out for the safety of other team members and guests.
  • Monitored actions of staff and customers to ensure that health and safety standards and liquor regulations were obeyed.
  • Followed all safety and sanitation policies when handling food and beverages to uphold proper health and safety standards.
  • Verified and ensured safety standards were enforced in the maintenance and use of equipment and tools.
  • Inspect project sites to monitor progress and ensure conformance to design specifications and safety standards.
  • Enforced strict safety standards and maximum storage utilization through a master storage plan.
  • Tested all park equipment to ensure that all safety standards to met.
  • Maintain sanitation, health, and safety standards in work areas.
  • Enforced high safety standards resulting in an accident free work environment.
  • Maintained safety standards and work flow in the service area.
  • Enforced all safety standards for ground and explosives site work.
  • Enforced compliance with safety standards and proper maintenance practices.
  • Enforced compliance with all safety standards.
  • Comply with all safety standards.
  • Maintained work zone safety standards.
  • Drive Stanley Steemer vehicle in accordance with state laws, speed limits, and safety standards.
  • Perform pre-flight checks and ensured aircraft met flight safety standards.

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50. Maintenance Manuals
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Here's how Maintenance Manuals is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Read and interpret maintenance manuals and other specifications to determine feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components.
  • Utilized maintenance manuals and applied practical technical solutions when diagnosing and conducting repairs.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance in accordance with manufactures maintenance manuals and publications.
  • Evaluated worker performance and generated subordinate annual enlisted performance reports, guaranteed compliance with maintenance manuals, and Air Force standards.
  • Perform general troubleshooting and am proficient at using Air Force Maintenance Technical Orders (Maintenance Manuals).
  • Experience reading schematics/ blueprints, performing maintenance in accordance with maintenance manuals and writing maintenance reports.
  • Read and interpreted blueprints, structure repair manuals, illustrated parts catalog and maintenance manuals.
  • Read and interpret maintenance manuals, service bulletins, and airworthiness directives.
  • Followed Aircraft Maintenance Manuals and recorded maintenance in Log Books.
  • Conducted C and D checks in accordance with maintenance manuals
  • Interpreted aircraft maintenance manuals, schematics, and drawings.
  • Provide electrical experience to troubleshoot problems using Maintenance Manuals, Wiring Manuals, FIMs, and test equipment.
  • Performed maintenance on Cessna Citation and Embraer Phenom using maintenance manuals, AD's, and service bulletins.
  • Interpreted USAF' maintenance manuals, service bulletins, and specifications to determine repair methods.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Crew Chief

Service Aircraft

25.3%

Safety Procedures

15.9%

Customer Service

12.6%

Preventative Maintenance

6.6%

Crew Members

4.8%

Combat

3.9%

Troubleshoot

3.1%

Technical Data

2.7%

Support Equipment

2.5%

GPS

2.5%

Flight Line

2.5%

F-16

2.5%

Squadron

2.4%

Job Site

2.3%

Troubleshot

1.8%

Clearance

1.8%

Flight Control

1.8%

Technical Orders

1.7%

Airmen

1.7%

Medal

1.7%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Crew Chief

Rank Skill
1 Service Aircraft 18.7%
2 Safety Procedures 11.8%
3 Customer Service 9.3%
4 Preventative Maintenance 4.9%
5 Crew Members 3.6%
6 Combat 2.9%
7 Troubleshoot 2.3%
8 Technical Data 2.0%
9 Support Equipment 1.9%
10 GPS 1.8%
11 Flight Line 1.8%
12 F-16 1.8%
13 Squadron 1.7%
14 Job Site 1.7%
15 Troubleshot 1.3%
16 Clearance 1.3%
17 Flight Control 1.3%
18 Technical Orders 1.3%
19 Airmen 1.3%
20 Medal 1.3%
21 Maintenance Problems 1.2%
22 Test Equipment 1.2%
23 Maintenance Forms 1.1%
24 Special Inspections 1.1%
25 F-15 1.1%
26 Hand Tools 1.0%
27 Food Safety 1.0%
28 Operational Checks 1.0%
29 Hydraulic Systems 1.0%
30 Maintenance Actions 1.0%
31 Phase Inspections 1.0%
32 Osha 1.0%
33 C-130 0.9%
34 Corrective Action 0.9%
35 Usaf 0.9%
36 Flight Hours 0.9%
37 Hazardous Materials 0.8%
38 Complete Documentation 0.8%
39 Proper Installation 0.8%
40 FAA 0.8%
41 Daily Operations 0.8%
42 Inspection Findings 0.7%
43 Functional Checks 0.7%
44 Kc-135 0.7%
45 Electrical Systems 0.7%
46 Liquid Oxygen 0.6%
47 Hazmat 0.6%
48 Fuel Systems 0.6%
49 Safety Standards 0.6%
50 Maintenance Manuals 0.6%
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