Top Radar Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Radar Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Radar Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 9.1% of Radar Technician resumes contained Preventative Maintenance as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Radar Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Preventative Maintenance

high Demand
Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Handled preventative maintenance on radar systems including identification, isolation and troubleshooting to component level using various test equipment.
  • Used test equipment to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, preventative maintenance inspections, and operational checks.
  • Facilitated over 800 preventative maintenance inspections and ensured operation of equipment while exceeding headquarters' standards.
  • Worked with test/calibration equipment for full calibration and preventative maintenance on specialized precision equipment.
  • Performed highly technical troubleshooting, repair, and preventative maintenance of essential equipment.
  • Used electronic test equipment during maintenance and while performing preventative maintenance inspections.
  • Performed preventative maintenance schedules to ensure efficient operation of equipment.
  • Create and generated status reports of preventative maintenance and repair activities and provide them to U.S. Navy representative.
  • Performed complex preventative maintenance, adhering to strict guidelines set forth by the design engineers and technical manuals.
  • Supervised 3 technicians in the corrective and preventative maintenance of radar systems for over 16,000 man hours.
  • Provide diagnostic repair and preventative maintenance on fleet platform mobile speed radars in USA and Canada.
  • Keep preventative maintenance records -All other duties of armed forces
  • Operated and help maintain electronic warfare ground radar transmitters Scheduled preventative maintenance including inspections and use of specialized test equipment.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and repair procedures on the shipboard fire control systems including electromechanical, electrical, and communication systems.

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2. Electronic Test Equipment

high Demand
Here's how Electronic Test Equipment is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Utilized schematic diagrams, electronic test equipment and system analysis for troubleshooting
  • Use electronic test equipment to isolate, repair and align the system to meet Depot specifications.
  • Repair the system to the module level using automatic test equipment and standard electronic test equipment.
  • Operate electronic test equipment such as Oscilloscope, Multimeter, Spectrometer, Etc.
  • used electronic test equipment to trouble shoot down to individual components.
  • Operate and relocate related support and communications equipment .Use electronic test equipment .

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3. Radar Systems

high Demand
Here's how Radar Systems is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Maintained, troubleshot and repaired advanced radar systems, specifically TPS-75, high-frequency phased-array radar, and associated subsystems.
  • Perform all administrative functions pertaining to the operation and maintenance management of all radar systems and associated equipment.
  • Performed troubleshooting, repair, and operation of automatic tracking radar systems and site radio communications systems.
  • Analyzed schematic flowcharts to effectively troubleshoot radar systems and isolate faults.
  • Applied technical knowledge to maintain advanced military radar systems.
  • Maintained and repaired electronic components of defense radar systems.
  • Maintained and repaired patriot radar systems including power generators.
  • Maintained and repaired automatic tracking aircraft radar systems.
  • Maintained radar systems and related equipment.
  • Supervised automatic tracking radar systems activities.
  • Maintained Military Ground Radar systems.
  • Maintained electronic threat radar systems.
  • Prepared for transmit and deployed radar systems multiple times; operated and maintained deployed radars systems for extended periods of time.
  • Trained and supervised subordinate Marines in Marine Combat training, basic military training, as well as electronics and radar systems.
  • Supervised a crew of highly trained Marines to keep the airborne radar systems on a squadron of F-4 Phantoms fully functional.
  • Supervised two radar systems vital to Air Traffic Control missions and maintained full mission capability through four successful flight checks.
  • Maintained and tested electronic equipment, including microwave links, pulse acquisition, continuous wave, and IFF radar systems.
  • Gathered, recorded, displayed and distributed radar systems data between ground crew, flight crew and system operators.
  • Maintained, repaired and calibrated AN/UPX-29 Ship Systems, AN/SPS-67 Radar Systems resulting in minimum downtime for these systems.
  • Install, maintain, and repair fixed and mobile radar systems, computerized processors, and communication subsystems.

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4. Troubleshoot

high Demand
Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Provided technical input for development of course control documents which includes operator manuals and installation, maintenance and troubleshooting procedures.
  • Trained many electronics technicians on radar principles and on test procedures used for alignments and a proper troubleshooting methodology.
  • Selected for numerous maintenance teams to complete especially complex or infrequently performed maintenance items, and troubleshooting and repair.
  • Performed troubleshooting and repair of incorrectly installed electronic modifications of the radar dehydration and cooling systems.
  • Perform in flight radar system normal operations and emergency repairs, troubleshooting and quality adjustments.
  • Performed periodic alignment checks and troubleshooting to sub-assembly level at main missile battery locations.
  • Reviewed design schematics to correctly pinpoint failing components and to devise troubleshooting strategies.
  • Trained new National Guardsman in various applications, such as troubleshooting methodology.
  • Supervised installation and troubleshooting of digital communications devices to operate efficiently.
  • Used electronic schematics to troubleshoot and fix faulty communication devices.
  • Diagnose and troubleshooting test and manufacturing equipment.
  • Provided accurate troubleshooting and correcting of deficiencies.
  • Gained advanced troubleshooting and schematics training.
  • Performed many hours of maintenance, that encompassed installation of parts, troubleshooting, and overall quality of Radar system.
  • Handled circuit troubleshooting, repairs, tests on diagnostic and measurement equipment; diagnosed problems of avionic radar equipment.
  • Dedicated more than 100 hours of off duty time to the troubleshooting and repair of the 67 radar.
  • Used technical schematics daily to follow signal paths, review system operation, and to troubleshoot parts.
  • Utilized, voltmeters, oscilloscopes, RF power meters, spectrum analyzers, during troubleshooting procedures.
  • Skilled in electronic systems, AC/DC circuits, troubleshooting, job planning, and problem solving.
  • Travel on site both in the US and internationally to troubleshoot and repair on site.

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5. Component Level

high Demand
Here's how Component Level is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Performed preventive and corrective maintenance on electronic equipment down to the component level
  • Analyzed and isolated electronic equipment malfunctions to component level.
  • Performed troubleshooting down to component level on equipment modules.
  • Performed emergency diagnostics in the event of system malfunctions, efficiently identifying and isolating system faults at the component level.
  • Identified and troubleshot failed radar assemblies to component level due to the remote location and lack of available spares.
  • Used extensive knowledge of products and background experience to locate and repair issues down to the component level.
  • Perform component level repair on circuit boards, solid state devices, and cabling.
  • Use detailed schematics and wiring diagrams to troubleshoot problems to the component level.
  • Interpreted detailed schematics to troubleshoot to the component level and repair Radars systems.
  • Preformed preventive maintenance, troubleshoot and repaired all problems down to component level.
  • Repaired the logic board from our test vans to the component level.
  • General Electronic trouble shooting, and repair down to component level.
  • Identified and repaired wiring and PCB faults to the component level.
  • Saved over $61,000 in component level troubleshooting.
  • Conducted troubleshooting and repairs to the component level.
  • Performed preventative and corrective maintenance on assigned equipment at the component level using a computer testing system.
  • Provided on-site equipment repair, sometimes down to component level to minimize downtime for the user.
  • down to component level or depot.
  • Executed and oversaw radar repairs Troubleshot and repaired million dollar systems to component level Reduced battalion budget by 1.5 million

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6. Security Clearance

high Demand
Here's how Security Clearance is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Maintain eligibility and currency of United States Secret Security Clearance.
  • Accepted position as Radar Technician passing all extensive background checks and security clearance.
  • Obtained and held a security clearance while in the military.
  • Granted and trusted with DOD SECRET level security clearance.
  • Maintained security clearance (Confidential, Secret) while rewriting codebase for weapons system mainframes.
  • Top Secret Security Clearance for highly sensitive information access.

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7. Combat

high Demand
Here's how Combat is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Resolved problems encountered during sitting, operating, and repairing automatic tracking radar or electronic combat equipment.
  • Present ground based threats to simulate aircrew response for analysis during electronic combat exercises.
  • Designed preventative checks and maintenance schedules of radar operating systems to maintain combat readiness.
  • Researched, inventoried and purchased replacement equipment as Combat Electronics Division Supply Coordinator.
  • Developed a weekly training schedule for improvement of subordinate combat readiness skills.
  • Repaired, modified and relocated various radar or electronic combat systems.
  • Operated various radar, computer equipment and electronic combat systems.
  • Relocated automatic tracking radar or electronic combat systems.
  • Modified various radar or electronic combat systems.
  • Supervised the scheduling and completion of all computer system and RADAR maintenance for the Combat Gunnery Division consisting of 25 technicians/maintainers.
  • Maintain and operate real-time radar AA (anti-aircraft) and AAM (air-to-air missile) systems in an electronic combat environment.
  • Advised Commander and staff on the tactical and technical considerations affecting the employment of the Q-37 Radar system during combat operations.
  • Lead CSOOW (Combat Systems Officer of the Watch), and Senior board member for all other CSOOW qualification boards.
  • Provided training to Combat Systems personnel with regard to equipment casualty and control, personnel evacuation, first-aid and safety.
  • Supervised and trained all Combat Systems personnel in the use of CSOSS (Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System).
  • Completed over 30 hours of Combat System's Operational Sequencing Systems verification for fleet preparedness.
  • Performed at a high-level, maintenance on various Navy combat shipboard and submarine systems.
  • Insure systems were in combat ready status and reporting status to my supervisors.
  • Qualified as Combat Systems Officer of the Watch (CSOOW).
  • Awarded the Bronze Star Medal for superior performance during combat operations.

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8. Traffic Control

high Demand
Here's how Traffic Control is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Managed safety and fire warden responsibilities throughout the Air Traffic Control Community.
  • Established and maintained BBS system for information exchange and established standards for fiber optic system performance in Air Traffic Control environment.
  • Installed, repaired and tested air traffic control radar electrical and electronic systems.
  • Air Traffic Control Specialist 325th Comm Sq.
  • Maintained and repaired Air Traffic Control equipment.
  • Maintained Carrier based Air Traffic Control systems.

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9. Iff

high Demand
Here's how Iff is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Performed organizational level maintenance and repair of complex avionics systems including identification (IFF), Radar equipment.
  • Handled the most difficult circumstances with professionalism and integrity.
  • Maintained an operational readiness rate of over 99% despite difficult deployments to the Middle East in very harsh conditions.
  • Assisted the office with any IT complications, set up different types of computer hardware and software.
  • Worked on different shifts to man the Radar as the Technician on duty.
  • Received certification as a radar instructor for two different radar types.
  • Mastered five different weapons, data control and display systems.
  • Calibrated and maintained the APX-83 IFF interrogator system.
  • Used calibers and mixed different epoxies.
  • Performed preflight/post flight inspections and in-flight operations and maintenance of radar, IFF, and ancillary systems.
  • Conducted preventative and corrective maintenance for RADAR/IFF processing and display equipment on board USS John C. Stennis.
  • Responsibilitiesworked on three types of radar, pulse radar, IFF radar, range only radar.
  • Maintained the AN/TPS-43E radar set, AN/UPX-23 IFF/SIFF interrogator.
  • Specialist.Maintained the AN/TPS-43E radar set, AN/UPX-23 IFF/SIFFinterrogator.

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10. Troubleshot

high Demand
Here's how Troubleshot is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Performed daily operations, preventive maintenance and troubleshot to component/circuit card level.
  • Assumed position of Fire Section Chief in charge of Troubleshot, repaired and maintained radars, missiles, and missile launchers.
  • Operated, troubleshot, repaired and performed maintenance on submarine Sonar oceanographic and auxiliary equipment.
  • Operated, troubleshot, repaired, and performed maintenance on shipboard SONAR and underwater weapon control systems.
  • Installed, troubleshot, maintained, and repaired electronic equipment on sonar and ROV.
  • Operated, maintained, repaired, and troubleshot a Linux based Sonar system.

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11. Spectrum Analyzer

high Demand
Here's how Spectrum Analyzer is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Experienced with Oscilloscope, Spectrum Analyzer, SWR meter, Logic Analyzer, DMM, Signal and Function Generator.
  • Experienced with various test equipment encompassing oscilloscopes, volt meters, and spectrum analyzers.
  • Experience using various test equipment such as DVM's VOM's Signal Generators, Scopes and Spectrum Analyzers.
  • Use test equipment such as digital multi-meters, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, logic analyzers and power meters.

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12. Medal

high Demand
Here's how Medal is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Awarded Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal for consistently volunteering my time in community outreach projects.
  • Received Navy Achievement Medal for superb performance during a successful missile launching exercise.
  • Received Navy Achievement Medal for replacing and aligning AN/SPS-67 Radar antenna pedestal.
  • Earned two letters of appreciation, Good Conduct medal, Expeditionary medal, and two Sea Duty Service ribbons.
  • Received accommodations and medals in 2001 for management skills, and maintenance procedures enforced while serving under strenuous conditions.
  • Awarded two Navy Achievement Medals, Good Conduct Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal.
  • Received a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement medal for outstanding job performance.
  • Awarded the Bronze Star Medal for exceptionally meritorious service in Afghanistan.
  • Received Naval Good Conduct Medal for years of untarnished Naval service.
  • Received the Good Conduct Medal and was Honorably Discharged.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement Medal (3)
  • Received Good Conduct and Army Achievement Medals
  • Received all available Good Conduct Medals during my years of service.End of service status: Honorable Discharge.
  • Awarded Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Patrolman of the Month and Quarter..

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13. Technical Manuals

high Demand
Here's how Technical Manuals is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Analyzed malfunctions using technical manuals, schematic diagrams, test equipment, built-in tests, and diagnostic routines.
  • Interpret engineering drawings, mechanical drawings, electrical schematics, plumbing and valve drawings, and technical manuals.
  • Use technical documentation (schematics, space blueprints, technical manuals, etc.)
  • Organized and updated technical manuals, training rosters, and scheduled classroom instruction.
  • Trained in component level troubleshooting, reading schematics, and using technical manuals.
  • Used technical manuals to maintain and troubleshoot various complex problems.
  • Aligned and tuned all RF subsystems using technical manuals.
  • G: I know how to read (and understand) technical manuals.

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14. Awacs

average Demand
Here's how Awacs is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Performed aircrew member duties as an airborne warning and control systems (AWACS) technician in a high stress environment.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on 28 E-3 Sentry AWACS aircraft valued in excess of $8.4 billion.
  • Install, inspect, test, adjust, and repair RADAR equipment on the E-3 AWACS.
  • Monitored and maintained the radar system onboard Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS).
  • Maintained and operated radar equipment in flight on board E-3 Sentry AWACS Honorably Discharged
  • Supervised AWACS aircraft radar system isochronal inspections Prepared documentation of all maintenance and inspections Evaluated and reported subordinate performance

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15. Electronic Systems

average Demand
Here's how Electronic Systems is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Implemented an automotive and electronic systems shop, coordinating unscheduled work orders, scheduled maintenance and parts requisitions.
  • Received extensive training in variety of electronic systems and sub-assemblies including air-conditioning, hydraulic, and pressurization systems.
  • Repaired Electrical and Radio Electronic systems and components using industry standard test equipment.
  • Provided training on complex electronic systems and sub-systems.
  • Set up and operate ground support and test equipment to perform functional flight tests of electrical and electronic systems.
  • Perform initial power-on and testing of airborne communications, sensors, computers, and electronic systems.
  • Determined aircraft status Performed repairs and maintained airborne sensors, and electronic systems.
  • Applied analytical thinking skills to identify and isolate faults in electronic systems.

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16. Technical Orders

average Demand
Here's how Technical Orders is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Installed new equipment to include component assemblies and time compliance technical orders (TCTO) modifications.
  • Ensured personnel comprehended & completed the task in accordance with technical orders with no discrepancies.
  • Conducted equipment tests for proper assembly and compliance with technical orders.
  • Review and use technical orders to repair systems.
  • Initiated startup, maintain and operated computerized airborne radar system in accordance with the Technical Orders.
  • Operated and inspected Airborne Radar Surveillance Equipment Administration and management of Security and Safety Office Maintained and updated Technical Orders and Manuals
  • Installed newequipment to include component assemblies and time compliancetechnical orders (TCTO) modifications.

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17. Maintenance Procedures

average Demand
Here's how Maintenance Procedures is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Demonstrated expertise in testing workmanship and documenting detailed maintenance procedures.
  • Prepared and implemented RADAR operational and maintenance procedures.
  • Trained personnel in operator level maintenance procedures.
  • Trained operators and technicians to ensure the highest level of understanding in operations and maintenance procedures among the team.
  • Performed software and hardware upgrades to the F/A-18 in accordance with Naval Aviation Maintenance Procedures.
  • Recommended methods to improve equipment performance and maintenance procedures.

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18. Signal Generators

average Demand
Here's how Signal Generators is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Utilized multimeters, signal generators, oscilloscopes, watt meters, and signal counters to perform required maintenance.
  • Skilled operation of network analyzer, oscilloscope, power meter, signal generators, and etc.

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19. Repair Parts

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Here's how Repair Parts is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Maintained inventory and accountability of $800K in critical repair parts allowing the quick repair of critical systems.
  • Ensured needed repair parts were ordered and status updates were reconciled on a weekly basis.
  • Repair Parts Supervisor-Repairs broken equipment through inspections and purchasing of new parts to make faulty equipment operational.
  • Supervised and maintained the sonar repair parts inventory including purchase and replacements.
  • Repair Parts Procurement Specialist: Ensured that critical parts were inventoried and received, keeping a high state of material readiness.
  • Executed collateral duties as Repair Parts Manager and Calibration Petty Officer, verify accuracy of requests and order parts.

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20. Frequency Counters

average Demand
Here's how Frequency Counters is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Use of frequency counters, volt/ohm meters, oscilloscopes, high voltage probes and power meters.
  • Utlilized common test equipment to include oscilloscopes, DVMs, power meters, TDR, frequency counters and generators, ect.

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21. Maintenance Inspections

average Demand
Here's how Maintenance Inspections is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Conducted periodic preventive maintenance inspections on $108K frequency converters & associated equipment.
  • Performed Daily Preventive Maintenance Inspections on the AN/UPX-27 interrogator system.

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22. Electrical Systems

average Demand
Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Maintained operational readiness of over 20 pieces of sonar electrical systems.
  • Trained 6 personnel in cooling system, alarm panels, pressurization systems, and basic electrical systems.
  • Managed a team that diagnosed and repaired over 10 acoustic electrical systems on 24 attack submarines.

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23. Calibrate

average Demand
Here's how Calibrate is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Utilized specialized tools to properly calibrated equipment, read schematics, and followed manufacturers' specifications when systematically performing modifications.
  • Conduct and operate sophisticated test equipment to diagnose and calibrate systems.
  • Calibrate installed or repaired radar components to specified specification.
  • Ensured test equipment was calibrated and operational
  • Adjusted, calibrated, aligned, and modified circuitry and components, and recorded effects on unit performance.
  • Removed, installed, repaired, calibrated, and tested CASS/RSTS assets at the intermediate level.
  • Run BIT checks from the cockpit, adjust and calibrate RF signals, and diagnose errors.

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24. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Localized and diagnosed causes of equipment malfunction with common and specialized hand tools or test equipment.
  • Adjusted mechanical parts using hand tools and a soldering iron.
  • Utilize test benches and hand tools.
  • Interpreted electronic schematics, manufactures'specifications and blueprints using hand tools and electronic test instruments.
  • Dismantled devices to access and remove defective parts, using hoists, cranes, hand tools, and power tools.
  • Identified electronic components on schematics and tracing major signal flow; use hand tools and portable power tools

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25. Fault Isolation

average Demand
Here's how Fault Isolation is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Performed preventative and correctional maintenance, fault isolation, test alignments, and repairs to individual equipment.
  • Run initial fault isolation testing to determine the extent of the problems that exist.
  • Performed and supervised maintenance, fault isolation and repair.
  • Followed written directions for fault isolation procedures, and verified QA/QCon.
  • Executed casualty analysis and fault isolation.

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26. Aegis

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Here's how Aegis is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Operate and maintain a digital fire control radar on the Aegis class cruisers.

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27. Computer System

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Here's how Computer System is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Operated and calibrated computer systems and devices to comply with test requirements and to perform data acquisition and analysis.
  • Performed troubleshooting of Unix based computer systems and repaired/replaced computer systems as required.
  • Performed planned and corrective electronic maintenance to the gun computer system using circuit diagrams, schematics, and ordnance publications.
  • Performed maintenance on the hydraulic systems on the radar units as well as the electronics and the computer system.
  • Subject matter expert on capabilities and limitations of Aegis radar and computer systems.
  • Maintained and diagnosed radar and computer systems while in port and underway.

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28. E-3

low Demand
Here's how E-3 is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Performed sensor operation and maintenance duties aboard the E-3 aircraft
  • Performed routine and emergency maintenance on E-3 aircraft.
  • Distinguished Graduate of E-3 Radar Technician basic qualification training.

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29. Support Equipment

low Demand
Here's how Support Equipment is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Operated and maintained multiple automatic tracking bomb scoring/electronic warfare training ground radars and associated support equipment.
  • Maintained and operated high-tech phased-array radar and associated support equipment (large seawater/DI water cooling system/heat exchanger).
  • Operated and maintained the AN/FPS-16 radar tracking console, peripheral, and support equipment for data collection.

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30. FOE

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Here's how FOE is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Keyed daily encrypted code into, operated, and maintained Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) detection system.
  • Maintained 4 strategically located high-power early warning and identification friend-or-foe (IFF) radar sites in Germany.
  • Subject matter expert for both the AN/TPS-59 Radar and the UPX-37 Identification Friend-or-foe systems.

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31. Maintenance Records

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Here's how Maintenance Records is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Maintained inspection and maintenance records.
  • Maintained maintenance records and submitted product deficiency reports for repair parts not within standards.
  • Maintain repair or maintenance records.

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32. System Components

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Here's how System Components is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Removed, installed, repaired and inspected system components and performed modifications according to technical data.
  • Ensured that we were always 95% stocked with system components, sub-components, and frequently consumable items.
  • Lead technician responsible for removing, repairing and replacing E-3 AWACS radar system components.
  • Document all maintenance forms related to system components.
  • Inspect, test, and adjust system components and test equipment to specific tolerances.

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33. Unix

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Here's how Unix is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Related software used: Excel, Outlook, Unix OS, DOS.

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34. Spare Parts

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Here's how Spare Parts is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Maintained and inventoried spare parts arsenal containing over $1,500,000 in hardware and test equipment.
  • Maintain inventory of spare parts.

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35. Circuit Boards

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Here's how Circuit Boards is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Lead technician to build custom printed circuit boards for PNNL weather radar project.
  • Worked in the workshop on faulty circuit boards, diagnosing and replacing the faulty electronics parts by soldering them in place.

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36. Functional Operation

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Here's how Functional Operation is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Tested faulty equipment and applied knowledge of functional operation of electronic units and systems to diagnose cause of malfunctions.

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37. Diagnostic Equipment

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Here's how Diagnostic Equipment is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Monitored the consolidated tool kit and test measurement diagnostic equipment.
  • Repaired electrical equipment using hand and power tools and testing and diagnostic equipment.

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38. FAA

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Here's how FAA is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Followed all guidelines set forth in Technical Manual's, FAA, and OPNAV instructions.
  • Improved systematic processes since this new radar is managed both using the military standards and the FAA regulations as well.

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39. Usaf

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Here's how Usaf is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Required to maintain physical and educational progress standards per USAF guidelines
  • Accomplished USAF Communication Electronics Training.
  • Awarded the Air Force Good Conduct Medal for exemplifying the core values of the USAF.
  • Accomplished USAF Technical Training to become an Apprentice RADAR Technician.
  • Qualified as USAF Trainer on the MPN/14K RAPCON Weapons System.
  • Achieved Academic Flight Excellence at USAF Basic Military Training.
  • Graduated USAF six month electronics school.
  • operate and maintain radar-tracking devices at USAF range.

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40. Equipment Logs

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Here's how Equipment Logs is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Prepare and maintain equipment logs, equipment modification and utilization records, exchange tags, and calibration data cards.
  • Maintain equipment logs that record performance problems, repairs, calibrations, and tests.
  • Maintain equipment logs that record performance problems, repairs,calibrations, or tests.

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41. Technical Assistance

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Here's how Technical Assistance is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Provided technical assistance to Collateral Duty Inspectors and maintenance personnel.
  • Provided technical assistance during system flight inspections.
  • Provide Technical assistance and System analysis for Military Sealift Command Windows NT LAN system.
  • Participate in and provide technical assistance during system flight inspections.

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42. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Trained subordinates on maintenance, operational and safety procedures.
  • Studied blueprints, schematics, manuals, or other specifications to determine installation, calibration, and safety procedures.
  • Use proper safety procedures in system maintenance and operation.

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43. Communications Equipment

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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Monitor and report on HFGCS communications equipment and Hydro-acoustic Data Acquisition System to U.S. Air Force.
  • Performed maintenance on VHF AN/GRC 245 radios, and related communications equipment.

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45. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Installed a commercial GPS and radar system for use in the pilot house and commanding officer's cabin.

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20 Most Common Skill For A Radar Technician

Preventative Maintenance12.4%
Electronic Test Equipment9.2%
Radar Systems8.9%
Troubleshoot8.3%
Component Level7.7%
Security Clearance7.3%
Combat6.1%
Traffic Control5.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Radar Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
9.1%
9.1%
2
2
Electronic Test Equipment
Electronic Test Equipment
6.8%
6.8%
3
3
Radar Systems
Radar Systems
6.6%
6.6%
4
4
Troubleshoot
Troubleshoot
6.1%
6.1%
5
5
Component Level
Component Level
5.7%
5.7%
6
6
Security Clearance
Security Clearance
5.4%
5.4%
7
7
Combat
Combat
4.5%
4.5%
8
8
Traffic Control
Traffic Control
4.3%
4.3%
9
9
Iff
Iff
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Troubleshot
Troubleshot
3.1%
3.1%
11
11
Spectrum Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
Medal
Medal
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Technical Manuals
Technical Manuals
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Awacs
Awacs
2%
2%
15
15
Electronic Systems
Electronic Systems
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Technical Orders
Technical Orders
1.9%
1.9%
17
17
Maintenance Procedures
Maintenance Procedures
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Signal Generators
Signal Generators
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Repair Parts
Repair Parts
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Frequency Counters
Frequency Counters
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Maintenance Inspections
Maintenance Inspections
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
1.5%
1.5%
23
23
Calibrate
Calibrate
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.4%
1.4%
25
25
Fault Isolation
Fault Isolation
1.4%
1.4%
26
26
Aegis
Aegis
1.3%
1.3%
27
27
Computer System
Computer System
1.3%
1.3%
28
28
E-3
E-3
1.2%
1.2%
29
29
Support Equipment
Support Equipment
1.2%
1.2%
30
30
FOE
FOE
1.1%
1.1%
31
31
Maintenance Records
Maintenance Records
1.1%
1.1%
32
32
System Components
System Components
1.1%
1.1%
33
33
Unix
Unix
1%
1%
34
34
Spare Parts
Spare Parts
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Circuit Boards
Circuit Boards
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
Functional Operation
Functional Operation
0.9%
0.9%
37
37
Diagnostic Equipment
Diagnostic Equipment
0.9%
0.9%
38
38
FAA
FAA
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
Usaf
Usaf
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
Equipment Logs
Equipment Logs
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
Technical Assistance
Technical Assistance
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
Communications Equipment
Communications Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
44
44
Navy Achievement
Navy Achievement
0.7%
0.7%
45
45
GPS
GPS
0.7%
0.7%

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