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Top 50 Electronics Warfare Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Electronics Warfare Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Electronics Warfare Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.1% of Electronics Warfare Technician resumes contained Radar Emissions as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Electronics Warfare Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Electronics Warfare Technician

1. Radar Emissions
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Here's how Radar Emissions is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Operated and conducted preventive maintenance on computer-controlled electronic equipment used for detection, analysis, and identification of radar emissions.
  • Utilized computerized electronic equipment for detection, analysis and identification of RADAR emissions.

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2. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Performed preventative maintenance and electronic voltage and resistance checks on Electronic Warfare antennas and related equipment.
  • Performed quality inspection during component-level repair and periodic preventative maintenance on multiple avionics systems.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and repairs for all equipment assigned to my division.
  • Managed and distributed Preventative maintenance schedules for the Operations Department.
  • Instructed platoon sized units the proper operation and preventative maintenance of the CVRJ, THOR III, Chameleon, and Guardian.
  • Performed and maintained weekly preventative maintenance checks on all equipment Promoted to Second class petty officer in less than three years
  • Used SOP's to correctly perform preventative maintenance during weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual maintenance checks.
  • Performed and scheduled preventative maintenance on RF signal analyzing and RF transmission systems.
  • Keep and adjust a daily, weekly, monthly preventative maintenance schedule.
  • Performed routine preventative maintenance for all EW (Electronic Warfare) systems.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and repairs on analog, digital and mechanical equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on RF automated mockups, test equipment, user calibrations, and periodic inspections.

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3. Electronic Warfare
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Here's how Electronic Warfare is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Work center Supervisor, responsible for activation, preventive/corrective maintenance, and operation of electronic warfare equipment.
  • Performed periodic maintenance on shipboard electronic warfare equipment used for signal intelligence and radar countermeasures.
  • Advised and assisted the Chief Executive Officer on electronic warfare operations and fundamentals.
  • Earned prestigious Master Technician badge while working on Electronic Warfare/Countermeasures equipment.
  • Trained and qualified shipboard personnel on advanced Electronic Warfare tactics.
  • Contributed pertinent classified information to electronic warfare database.
  • Operated and repaired shipboard Electronic Warfare Systems.
  • Directed multiple maintenance crews on 90-day Electronic Warfare inspections, which resulted in discovery and correction of critical aircraft system deficiencies.
  • Work center supervisor - responsible for staff in the Electronic Warfare Division which included anti-ship missile defense.
  • Position during this deployment was Electronic Warfare Technician on RC-135 (Rivet Joint) aircraft.
  • Supervised Electronic Warfare (EW) operations including training and qualification of all EW personnel.
  • Supervised Electronic Warfare personal in the operation of Radar systems on US Naval vessels.
  • Assumed the Electronic Warfare Watch supervisor position as an E-3 while underway.
  • Operated, maintained and repaired electronic warfare equipment both active and passive.
  • Operated, repaired, and performed maintenance on electronic warfare equipment.
  • Acted as AE (Electronic Warfare Control Ship).
  • Created in-depth training scenarios for all Electronic Warfare watch-standers.
  • Functioned as staff advisor in charge of utilizing electronic warfare equipment in surface, subsurface, air, and satellite forces.
  • Rank: E-6 Duties: > Operate and maintain on board electronic warfare system.
  • Maintain Electronic Countermeasures Pod (Electronic Warfare) -Stand-In Security Forces

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4. Test Procedures
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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Conducted and performed detailed test procedures

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5. Combat
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Here's how Combat is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Coordinated/integrated maintenance, safety, security, supply, quality assurance, and personnel functions to sustain combat operations.
  • Ensured economy/efficiency in support requirements were balanced with combat needs in all stages of maintenance.
  • Administered electronic warfare equipment and shipboard weapons systems for the combat weapons system organization.
  • Maintained combat information center displays of strategic and tactical information.
  • Prepared combat training PowerPoint briefing.
  • Trained and supervised 16 sailors in the operation, maintenance, and safety on five combat systems.
  • Supported USAF's EW evaluation program and evaluating Combat Air Force EW systems worldwide.
  • Inspected and repaired pods and applicable test equipment in an active military combat theater.
  • Lead the training of fellow sailors in electronic warfare and briefing Combat Info.
  • Provided SIGINT analysis to the Combat Direction Team on foreign military systems.
  • Maneuvered an aircraft carrier safely to and from combat zones.
  • Analyze and document EW threats for briefing Combat Officers.
  • Lead Watch Supervisor for 12 people during combat operations.
  • Work Center Supervisor for five Electronic Warfare combat systems.
  • Provided valuable support to fleet consumers regarding surface electronic warfare tactics and pre-planned responses for combat scenarios.
  • Led four-four person teams in providing the highest quality electronic warfare picture to commanders during combat operations.

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6. Troubleshoot
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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Performed complex troubleshooting, repair and calibration procedures, utilizing a vast array of general and specialized electronic test equipment.
  • Test, troubleshoot and repair electronic components and integrated circuitry to the intermediate-level using standard and automated technical orders.
  • Used electronic testing equipment and schematics to isolate and troubleshoot problems in pneumatic, electrical and electronic circuits.
  • Assessed engineering schematics of complex aircraft systems, which resulted in improved troubleshooting processes.
  • Developed exceptional troubleshooting repair skills focused on meeting schedules and completing assigned missions.
  • Trained personnel on troubleshooting and repairing the computer controlled test equipment.
  • Acquired an extensive knowledge in electronics and high-voltage power systems troubleshooting.
  • Received Grand Slam Hall of Fame award for successfully troubleshooting and repairing faulty mission critical equipment while in a deployment zone.
  • Have hands on experience installing, modifying, troubleshooting, power panels and junction boxes on a wide range of equipment.
  • Provided advanced level troubleshooting as necessary, with a focus on teaching theories and techniques through hands on personal instruction.
  • Maintain, calibrate, troubleshoot, and program transmitters and receivers on aircraft and in shop.
  • Modified, troubleshoot and repair receivers, transmitters, control panels, and video/audio display panels.
  • Performed maintenance, troubleshooting, calibration, and repairs of RF-4C Electronic Countermeasures Systems.
  • Performed troubleshooting, alignment, and repair of electronic warfare systems and test beds.
  • Set up troubleshooting stations to help train new personnel on the Air-conditioning equipment.
  • Demonstrated unsurpassed skills in fielding and troubleshooting EW systems.
  • Lead complex troubleshooting and repair operations on systems.
  • 100,000,000.Performed O-Level/I-Level maintenance on Thor III system to include software upgrades, exterior modifications and basic troubleshooting.
  • Traveled worldwide to inspect operability and test, troubleshoot, and train system operators and technicians.
  • Read and operated radar detector Performed regular maintenance Troubleshoot and repaired any faulty components Kept record of contacts while underway

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7. Troubleshot
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Here's how Troubleshot is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Supervised, troubleshot, and repaired Electronics Communications intelligence equipment.
  • Maintained, troubleshot, and repaired hydraulic roll-stabilization systems.
  • Tested, identified faults and troubleshot RF and optical fabrications such as receivers and transmitters.
  • Handled customers' orders, diagnosed problems, troubleshot and resolved issues.
  • Maintained, troubleshot, and repaired high voltage power systems.
  • Maintained, troubleshot, and repaired liquid-to-liquid heat exchangers.

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8. Medal
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Here's how Medal is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Awarded two Army Accommodation Medals and one Presidential Meritorious Award for superior performance.
  • Received two Navy Achievement Medals for superior performance.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement Medal and National Defense Service Medal
  • Earned the Air Force Commendation Medal for spearheading a $4.5 million upgrade to a nationally- tasked intelligence processing system.
  • Received the Navy Achievement Medal for being the first aircraft carrier to achieve a Level One on the jamming range.
  • Awarded Air Force Accommodation Medal and NCO of the month for strong leadership/management of aircraft fleet and personnel.
  • Awarded the Commendation Medal with Valor for ordnance disposal in sea and on land during Operation Desert Storm.
  • Awarded Command promotion, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Two Sea Service Deployment Ribbons and Good Conduct Award.
  • Awarded Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal for Persian Gulf Excursion during Operation Desert Shield.
  • Received the Navy Achievement Medal for outstanding performance while stationed in Spain.
  • Awarded Coast Guard Combined Forces Expeditionary Medal for Exxon Valdez oil clean-up.
  • Awarded the Navy Achievement Medal for service in Desert Shield/Storm.
  • Received the Air Force Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service.
  • Awarded Air Force Achievement Medal for meritorious service.
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal for shop performance.
  • Awarded 3 Naval Achievement Medals.
  • Key Accomplishments: Awarded The Bronze Star Medal for exceptional leadership of EW operation in Iraq.
  • Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist Received Navy Good Conduct Medal and Armed Expeditionary Forces Medal.

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9. Component Level
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Here's how Component Level is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Utilized sophisticated test equipment and interpreted blueprints and schematics to assess complicated electrical/mechanical systems issues at the component level.
  • Repaired advanced microwave, analog and computer-based equipment to the component level.
  • Performed component level troubleshooting of cabling, antenna systems.
  • Disassembled electronic systems to component level, diagnosed problems, repaired first-line defects and assisted in in-depth repairs.
  • Used analog meters and oscilloscopes to troubleshoot vacuum tube & transistor circuits to the component level.
  • Performed component level repairs on shop equipment to save the command money.
  • Trained to troubleshoot equipment down to the component level.
  • Maintained and repaired avionics modules down to component level.
  • Perform Preventive Maintenance Maintain SRBOC and Radar system Trouble shoot to component level Use of Various types of test equipment

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10. Spectrum Analyzer
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Here's how Spectrum Analyzer is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Prepared reports using analysis equipment including signal generators, graphic recorders and spectrum analyzers.
  • Utilized various electronic test equipment: spectrum analyzers, oscilloscopes, line analyzers.
  • Utilize spectrum analyzer to gathered real time mission essential data for commander Received U.S. Army accommodation medal.
  • Used test equipment such as; multi-meters, spectrum analyzers, frequency generators, signal generators, and oscilloscope
  • Use complex test instruments such as pulse generators, spectrum analyzers, distortion analyzers, computer analytical equipment.

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11. Security Clearance
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Here's how Security Clearance is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Obtained Secret Security clearance while in military for handling, transporting and servicing classified equipment and information.
  • Obtained Secret security clearance for national security information.
  • Granted a top-secret security clearance.
  • Granted military secret security clearance.
  • Processed security clearances for numerous contractors and military personnel, in compliance with DOD and Department of the Navy Security Policies.
  • Top Secret Security Clearance; OPEN INVESTIGATION SINCE JUNE 2015 for United States Navy Reserves
  • Maintained a TS/SCI security clearance with US Navy, NSA and NIS.
  • Top Physical Fitness Scores for The Army - - Secret Security Clearance
  • Obtained Top Secret / SCI U.S. Government security clearance.
  • Possess a Level Secret - Security clearance.
  • Maintained standards to retain SECRET security clearance.
  • Obtained security clearances in past employment.
  • Obtained a Secret Security Clearance.
  • Developed and managed The USS Briscoe's Visitor Control and Security Clearance programs.
  • Level 4 security clearance.recived trained in EOD-BUDS-seal training in ca.and va.
  • Maintained and repaired several major shipboard electronic systems Leading petty officer for a division on USS Forrestal Secret Security Clearance

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12. ECM
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Here's how ECM is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Performed repairs and installations for ECM pod components and receivers/transmitters.
  • Aligned, calibrated, modified and repaired Electronic Countermeasure Systems (ECM) utilizing electronic test equipment and computerized test sets.
  • Procured, installed, and verified numerous hardware and software upgrades for ESM, ECM and ECCM systems and subsystems.
  • Executed functional and system calibration test on AN-ALQ184 ECM pods in compliance with Air Force technical orders.
  • Shift Supervisor 16 Test Squadron Supervisor ALO-131 and ALO-184 electronic countermeasures (ECM) pod shop.
  • Performed installation and maintenance of electronic counter measure (ECM) systems on military vehicles.
  • Tested Inspected and Serviced 65 ECM Pods, Pod Cradles, and associated support equipment.
  • Maintained Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) attack pods for the A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft.
  • Operated and maintained: electronic surveillance, electronic countermeasure (ECM) and ECCM
  • Compiled technical data used to track ECM equipment and document repairs.
  • Tested and repaired ALQ-119 ECM pods.
  • Utilized internal standard operating procedures (SOP) to perform maintenance on the AN/ALQ-131 Block II Electronic Countermeasures (ECM).
  • Maintained, troubleshot, and repaired the AN/ALQ-131, AN/ALQ-184 ECM Pods, and all related test equipment.
  • Supervised three team members for installation of ECM jammers.

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13. Electronic Countermeasures Equipment
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Here's how Electronic Countermeasures Equipment is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Repaired and troubleshot modulators, demodulators, multiplexers, de-multiplexers, signal monitors and direction finding and electronic countermeasures equipment.

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14. Electronic Intelligence
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Here's how Electronic Intelligence is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Operate electronic intelligence receiving and direction finding systems, digital recording devices, analysis terminals, and associated computer equipment.
  • Utilized computer databases to analyze the electronic intelligence, to evaluate weapon and detection system capabilities and limitations.
  • Provided analysis of electronic intelligence gathered in support of conventional US tasking.
  • Provided electronic intelligence support to American and allied foreign military commands world-wide.
  • Utilize computer databases to analyze the electronic intelligence received.
  • Calibrated and repaired electronic intelligence gathering equipment.
  • Use computer databases to analyze the electronic intelligence of our enemies.

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Here's how Suite is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Managed and coordinated one of five Top Secret Video Teleconferencing (VTC) suites on Fort Carson for the Division G2.
  • Supervised and coordinated activities for workers engaged in the repair and maintenance of the Electronics Warfare Suite for combat readiness.
  • Certified Electronic Warfare suites through in-depth assessments and intense training regimens.
  • Managed all Electronic Warfare suite software loading for the aircraft.
  • Maintained and operated Electronic Warfare Suite and SSES Suite.
  • Operated, maintained, and repaired the electronic countermeasures suite aboard the USS Reuben James (FFG 57).
  • Performed maintenance on AN-SLQ 32 EW suite, chaff launchers, and ammo lockers.

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16. Honorable Discharge
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Here's how Honorable Discharge is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Received an honorable discharge after 4 years of loyal U.S. Military service.
  • Reason For Leaving: End of Active Obligation of Service; Honorable Discharge
  • Time served with Honorable Discharge.
  • Supervised teams of technicians performing electronic maintenance on military aircraft Awards Earned: Air Force Commendation; Good Conduct Medal Honorable Discharge
  • Received Honorable Discharge Received Letter of Commendation Received Letter of Appreciation
  • Top Secret Clearance, validated thru SBI (Currently Inactive) Honorable discharge with service during Desert Shield & Desert Storm.

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17. Support Equipment
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Here's how Support Equipment is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Uploaded ground maintenance and operational software and performed off-equipment maintenance on selected avionics components and maintained support equipment.
  • Supervised and performed inspections, installation, and maintenance on electronic warfare and support equipment.
  • Assist with installation and check-out of modifications to simulator and support equipment.
  • Trained workers on highly specialized avionics and support equipment.

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18. Slq-32
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Here's how Slq-32 is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Lead technician responsible for supervising operation and maintenance of A/N SLQ-32 A (V) 3 Shipboard Electronic Countermeasures Set.
  • Operated and conducted extensive maintenance on the SLQ-32 (v) countermeasure set.
  • Devoted countless hours to troubleshooting and repairing of AN/SLQ-32 on the USS O'Brien.
  • Operated AN/SLQ-32 (V) 3, SLA-10, ULQ-16, and SLR-22 systems.
  • Operated and maintained a SLQ-32 (v)3 system.
  • Operated and maintained A/N SLQ-32 V2 early warning system Maintained ship\'s PC\'s for officers and senior enlisted crew
  • Earned the rank of Petty Officer 3RD Class Operated and Maintained SLQ-32 System Operated WRL-1H(Over-The-Horizon Cued Detection
  • Provided Electronic warfare support and analysis operating the AN/SLQ-32 V(4) and ULQ-16 countermeasures set.
  • Conducted AN/SLQ-32 systems maintenance and trouble shooting Served in the Persian Gulf War.
  • Installed and verified Raytheon RF transmission/receiving and fiber systems (AN-SLQ-32).

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19. Avionics
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Here's how Avionics is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Performed scheduled avionics maintenance, unscheduled avionics maintenance, avionics inspections, and repaired and replaced essential avionics components.
  • Integrated Avionics Technician Fully qualified avionics journeyman planned, organized, and directed aircraft maintenance activities.
  • Programmed, calibrated, analyzed performance of avionics test equipment and components.
  • Inspected and verified operational status and configuration of avionics systems and software.
  • Performed and supervised avionics maintenance and general aircraft servicing and handling.
  • Modified avionics systems according to technical publications.
  • Performed avionics maintenance on various aviation systems.
  • Operated and maintained avionics systems.
  • Managed a work center of 33 military and civilian technicians for maintenance on aircraft avionics equipment worth over $44 million.
  • Used self-test and software functions with computers and manually operated avionics test equipment to determine scope of repair and adjustments required.
  • Selected to be a Quality Assurance inspector for aircraft and support avionics equipment due to excellent maintenance practices.
  • Assigned as the Avionics Program Section Non-Commissioned Officer In Charge (NCOIC)/Electronic Warfare Systems Shift Supervisor.
  • Lead maintenance crews while performing fault isolation, and periodic inspection on avionics systems.
  • Managed the DIFM (Do in from Maintenance) program for the Avionics flight.
  • Operate, troubleshoot, and repair all avionics on P3 aircraft.
  • Installed and tested avionics systems at aircraft level.
  • Trained as an Avionics Technician.
  • Conducted unsupervised installations/de-installations and troubleshooting of integrated avionics systems.
  • Maintained and troubleshot multiple aircraft electronic warfare and countermeasures avionics systems on various airframes.

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20. Signal Generators
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Here's how Signal Generators is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Operated test equipment to include power meters, oscilloscopes, signal generators, counters, pulse generators.

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21. Technical Orders
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Here's how Technical Orders is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Coordinated all scheduled and unscheduled inspections, directed maintenance, and managed all technical orders.
  • Utilize technical orders/test equipment and diagnostic programs to isolate malfunctions/reprogram systems.
  • Researched and procured parts to ensure cost-effective execution of technical orders.
  • Utilized technical orders/test equipment and diagnostic programs to isolate/repair avionics systems/components.
  • Diagnosed malfunctions using technical orders, schematics, wiring diagrams, integrated test systems and other test equipment.
  • Experience and knowledge in reading and interpreting electronic schematic diagrams, blueprints, technical orders and work specifications.
  • Upgraded technical compliance technical orders TCTO 2058 on five missile defense systems for C-17 aircraft.
  • Utilize maintenance publications, Technical Orders, blueprints and contractor data to meet mission requirements.
  • Utilized technical orders to perform alignments, periodic maintenance and time compliance technical orders.
  • Performed all work in accordance with technical orders.

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22. Squadron
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Here's how Squadron is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Promoted to branch computer manager and was charged with maintaining and supporting all squadron computers and networks.
  • Received squadron recognition for passing my 5-level job qualification test with a 94%.
  • Raised over $7,000 towards squadron morale events and holiday party.
  • Implemented and managed the Squadron Hazardous Material Program.
  • Labeled and commended for being a Top Performer for the 463 AMXS squadron Little Rock AFB by Msgt.
  • Created Squadron website using PHP, jQuery, and CSS.

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23. Electronic Signals
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Here's how Electronic Signals is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Interpreted incoming electronic signals to determine their source and location.

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24. Computer System
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Here's how Computer System is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Operated a computer system to analyze intercepted signals and monitor operational functions.
  • Operated and maintained SLQ-32 computer system
  • Maintain, troubleshoot and repair mission essential electronic and computer systems equipment while in sustained flight.
  • Hand picked for training in Navy's most difficult computer systems.
  • Repaired IBM and Sun computer systems.
  • Trained new employees in the repair and fault finding on these electronic and computer systems.

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25. Test Stations
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Here's how Test Stations is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Major contributor to the operation and maintenance of 10 different AIS semi-automatic computer and manually controlled test stations.
  • Performed or supervised functions such as installing, inspecting, repairing, or overhauling avionic test stations and support equipment.
  • Serviced, cleaned and replaced cooling components on Electronic Warfare System pods and Automated Test Stations on a monthly basis.
  • Performed test bench functions with automatic and manual test stations conducting component level repair on black box units.
  • Completed maintenance and inspection on 35 EW pods and 4 countermeasure test stations valued at over $87M.
  • Install and connect electrical test stations and work benches for the repair of electronic equipment and computers.
  • Utilized test stations, oscilloscopes, voltmeters, and RF synthesizers to maintain and test all equipment.
  • Perform periodic inspections and maintenance of system test stations, computers, and diagnostic equipment.
  • Maintained three AN/ALM-233D automated support equipment test stations and associated equipment.
  • Inspected and maintained AN/ALQ-131 electronic counter measure pods / test stations.
  • Performed weekly tests and calibrations of test stations and equipment.
  • Aligned and calibrated avionic test stations and support equipment.

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26. Radar Signals
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Here's how Radar Signals is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Performed technical analysis of radar signals and systems in support of technical reports used by national level agencies.

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27. Electronic Sensors
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Here's how Electronic Sensors is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Control systems that produce high-power electronic signals used to deceive and jam enemy electronic sensors.

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29. Technical Data
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Here's how Technical Data is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Initiated deficiency reports and technical data changes based on diagnostic data collected.
  • Provide support of hardware, peripherals technical data, and software installation via radio transmissions or site visits.
  • Created and maintained technical databases for use by allied foreign local and national level military and civilian agencies.

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30. Computer Database
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Here's how Computer Database is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Documented all work in computer database or hardcopy.

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31. Aircraft Parts
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32. Electromagnetic Spectrum
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Here's how Electromagnetic Spectrum is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Provided resident expertise for the collection of intelligence data related to adversary use of any portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.
  • Coordinated and brief senior officials on daily trends related to information technology and the electromagnetic spectrum.
  • Created software model and simulation of strike group assets to determine electromagnetic spectrum compatibility.
  • Coordinated Emission Control, chaff, and all other aspects used in controlling the electromagnetic spectrum for the entire ship.
  • Used electromagnetic and directed energy to control the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS).

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Here's how LRU is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Modified, built, analyzed, repaired, maintained components and line replacement units (LRU's).
  • Performed off-equipment maintenance on selected avionics LRUs and maintained peculiar support equipment.
  • Maintained and troubleshot to the LRU (Largest Replaceable Unit) level Electronic Countermeasure systems on-aircraft.
  • Tested and repaired 150 Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) from F-15 aircraft avionics systems.
  • Complete component-level maintenance and repair of line replaceable units (LRUs).
  • Inspected LRUs after repair and wrote quality verification reports.

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Here's how Elint is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Perform UMOP and TACELINT analysis on intercepted emitters for threat recognition, platform correlation and data base migrations.
  • Produced numerous TACELINT (Tactical ELINT) reports while simultaneously updating National Maritime Database.

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35. C-130
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Here's how C-130 is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Coordinated and supervised maintenance on defensive systems on C-5B, & C-17A, HH60-G and AC-130H/U aircraft Work center training supervisor.
  • Conduct inspection and critical maintenance of equipment aboard EC-130H and EC-130E aircraft.
  • Performed maintenance on EC-130H aircraft.
  • Provided electronic counter-measures (ECM) support for deployed C-130 squadron in support of Kosovo Force (KFOR) humanitarian missions
  • Maintained Electronic Warfare (EW) systems on C-130, H-53 and H-60 airframes.
  • Selected to lead first-ever operational tasking for AC-130U "Spooky" Gunships.

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Here's how Usaf is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Collected and compiled all maintenance activity and equipment status data for USAF systems.

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Here's how Unix is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Installed, integrated and tested GFE and COTS hardware and software on various UNIX based platforms.
  • Maintained rack mounted test equipment including oscilloscopes, RF modulators and demodulators, 400Hz generators, and UNIX based networks.
  • Gained knowledge and experience with UNIX and troubleshot computer issues during time spent in Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility.

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Here's how Slq-32A is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Maintained and performed corrective maintenance on all Electronic Warfare systems to include the AN/SLQ-32A(V)4, AN/ULQ-16.

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Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Followed specifically written procedures in maintaining and operating sensitive electronic and mechanical equipment.
  • Used and repaired avionic electrical, electronic, and mechanical equipment.
  • Worked with complex electrical and mechanical equipment to ensure the accuracy of US Navy guided missiles and underwater weapons.
  • Performed preventive and corrective maintenance on state-of-the-art electromechanical equipment and electronic warfare DECM system.
  • Replaced and maintained sensitive electro-mechanical equipment utilizing a variety of specialized tools.
  • Worked on equipment spanning; DC to light, receivers, transmitters, and electromechanical equipment both on and off aircraft.

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40. Maintenance Activities
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Here's how Maintenance Activities is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Inspected and evaluated aircraft maintenance activities.
  • Performed installation, repair, and maintenance activities associated with electronic warfare intercept systems, both airborne and land based.
  • Planned, organized and directed threat simulator maintenance activities for weapons testing for the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group.

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41. Surveillance Equipment
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  • Deployed, relocated, and kept accountability of more than $600K worth of surveillance equipment.
  • Stand underway watches using surveillance equipment to detect other vessels and platforms in the area.4.
  • Lead technician for the U. S. Navy's most sophisticated Electronic Warfare surveillance equipment.

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42. E-5
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  • Selected for E-5 position while serving at a lower grade (E-3) due to excellence in job performance.
  • Deployed twice to Iraq serving in E-7 slots as an E-4, achieved final rank of Sergeant E-5.
  • Rated as EW, ET, ETR (E-5).
  • Battle Group EWO, Joint Task Force-50 EWO.
  • Attained the Rank of Staff Sergeant E-5.
  • Selected as the Petty Officer of the Quarter out of about 500 ship's company E-5s.
  • March 2007 - March 2008 Final rank: Petty Officer Second Class (E-5).

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43. Technical Manuals
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  • Maintained and updated technical manuals.
  • Utilized schematics, technical manuals, and appropriate test equipment to isolate system failures to the lowest replaceable component.

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44. Weapon Systems
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45. Analysis Equipment
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46. Computer Hardware
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47. Diagnostic Equipment
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Here's how Diagnostic Equipment is used in Electronics Warfare Technician jobs:
  • Managed $2M TMDE (Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment) account resulting in 95% program compliance rating.
  • Managed TMDE (Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment) program for Avionics flight.

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48. Hand Tools
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  • Remove and replace assembly components using hand tools, soldering devices, and electronic instruments.

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49. Electrical Systems
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  • Maintained electrical systems and equipment to ensure effective operation of systems and services.

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50. PCS
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20 Most Common Skills For An Electronics Warfare Technician

Radar Emissions

15.8%

Preventative Maintenance

11.3%

Electronic Warfare

9.7%

Test Procedures

8.6%

Combat

6.1%

Troubleshoot

4.9%

Troubleshot

4.3%

Medal

4.3%

Component Level

3.9%

Spectrum Analyzer

3.4%

Security Clearance

3.1%

ECM

3.1%

Electronic Countermeasures Equipment

3.1%

Electronic Intelligence

3.0%

Suite

2.9%

Honorable Discharge

2.8%

Support Equipment

2.6%

Slq-32

2.5%

Avionics

2.4%

Signal Generators

2.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Electronics Warfare Technician

Rank Skill
1 Radar Emissions 11.1%
2 Preventative Maintenance 7.9%
3 Electronic Warfare 6.8%
4 Test Procedures 6.1%
5 Combat 4.3%
6 Troubleshoot 3.5%
7 Troubleshot 3.0%
8 Medal 3.0%
9 Component Level 2.7%
10 Spectrum Analyzer 2.4%
11 Security Clearance 2.2%
12 ECM 2.1%
13 Electronic Countermeasures Equipment 2.1%
14 Electronic Intelligence 2.1%
15 Suite 2.0%
16 Honorable Discharge 2.0%
17 Support Equipment 1.8%
18 Slq-32 1.7%
19 Avionics 1.7%
20 Signal Generators 1.6%
21 Technical Orders 1.5%
22 Squadron 1.5%
23 Electronic Signals 1.5%
24 Computer System 1.4%
25 Test Stations 1.3%
26 Radar Signals 1.3%
27 Electronic Sensors 1.2%
28 Navy Achievement 1.1%
29 Technical Data 1.1%
30 Computer Database 1.1%
31 Aircraft Parts 1.0%
32 Electromagnetic Spectrum 1.0%
33 LRU 1.0%
34 Elint 1.0%
35 C-130 1.0%
36 Usaf 1.0%
37 Unix 1.0%
38 Slq-32A 0.9%
39 Mechanical Equipment 0.8%
40 Maintenance Activities 0.8%
41 Surveillance Equipment 0.8%
42 E-5 0.8%
43 Technical Manuals 0.8%
44 Weapon Systems 0.7%
45 Analysis Equipment 0.7%
46 Computer Hardware 0.7%
47 Diagnostic Equipment 0.7%
48 Hand Tools 0.7%
49 Electrical Systems 0.7%
50 PCS 0.7%
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