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Top 50 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, 13.8% of Radar Technician resumes contained Radar Systems as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Radar Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Radar Technician

1. Radar Systems
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Here's how Radar Systems is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Perform all administrative functions pertaining to the operation and maintenance management of all radar systems and associated equipment.
  • Analyzed schematic flowcharts to effectively troubleshoot radar systems and isolate faults.
  • Maintained radar systems and related equipment.
  • Maintained Military Ground Radar systems.
  • Supervised a crew of highly trained Marines to keep the airborne radar systems on a squadron of F-4 Phantoms fully functional.
  • Assisted in the installation of new radar systems and the relocation of systems at mobile deployment locations.
  • Established a database of RADAR systems essential repair parts to ensure quality and control standards were met.
  • Prepared complex reports for radar systems ensuring full compliance with agency requirements and tight deadlines.
  • Managed and delivered preventative, corrective and diagnostic maintenance to all ship borne RADAR systems.
  • Coordinated all scheduled maintenance services on AN/TPS-32 and AN/TPS-59 radar systems.
  • Maintained and repaired radar systems on F4 Phantom fighter aircraft.
  • Operate and maintain the AWACS radar systems in flight.
  • Maintained RADAR systems to a standard that ensured mission success
  • Maintained and operated several RADAR systems by direction.
  • Maintain air traffic control radar systems.
  • Maintained various combat radar systems including Identify Friend Foe system (IFF), AN/SPS-67, AN/SPS-73, TACAN, SSN-6.
  • Utilize technical publications, schematic drawings, and references to setup, operate, and maintain radar systems and display equipment.
  • Identify malfunctions and supervise troubleshooting procedures of junior repairmen on the AN/TPS-59(V)3 and AN/TPS-63 radar systems.
  • Determine serviceability and disposition of radar systems assemblies, subassemblies, and parts.
  • installed, maintained, and repaired radar systems and cable systems.

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2. Preventative Maintenance
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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.
  • Perform preventative maintenance or calibration of equipment or systems.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on a regular basis.
  • 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.
  • Develop or upgrade preventative maintenance procedures for components, equipment, parts, or systems.
  • Keep preventative maintenance records -All other duties of armed forces
  • Perform preventative maintenance and repair procedures on the shipboard fire control systems including electromechanical, electrical, and communication systems.
  • Operated and help maintain electronic warfare ground radar transmitters Scheduled preventative maintenance including inspections and use of specialized test equipment.

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3. Electronic Test Equipment
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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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4. Troubleshoot
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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.
  • 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.
  • Reviewed design schematics to correctly pinpoint failing components and to devise troubleshooting strategies.
  • Developed and directed instruction in equipment operation and troubleshooting.
  • Provided accurate troubleshooting and correcting of deficiencies.
  • Test and troubleshoot instruments, components, and assemblies, using circuit testers, oscilloscopes, or voltmeters.
  • Used technical schematics daily to follow signal paths, review system operation, and to troubleshoot parts.
  • Skilled in electronic systems, AC/DC circuits, troubleshooting, job planning, and problem solving.
  • Advised superiors of constructive ideas which led to the quickest and cheapest solutions to troubleshooting problems.
  • Build, calibrate, maintain, troubleshoot, or repair electrical instruments or testing equipment.
  • Diagnosed and isolated malfunctions in equipment, then troubleshoot to repair the faulty component.
  • Trained subordinates on how to maintain, pack, and troubleshoot complex electronic equipment.
  • Instructed and trained personnel in troubleshooting techniques, safety, and leadership management.
  • Performed the electrical troubleshooting and mechanical maintenance for 60Kw generators and HVAC Equipment.
  • Analyze, isolate, and troubleshoot system faults and errors.
  • Maintain IHPI radar, troubleshoot and monitor.
  • Certified GPR Technician Provided some IT support for the company including troubleshooting and web design
  • Enlisted Airman - Honorable Discharge Sergeant) * Installation/removal, troubleshooting and repair of long range radar.

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5. Component Level
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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.
  • Preformed preventive maintenance, troubleshoot and repaired all problems down to component level.
  • 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.
  • Repaired the logic board from our test vans to the component level.
  • Identified and repaired wiring and PCB faults to the component level.
  • General Electronic trouble shooting, and repair down to component level.
  • Conducted troubleshooting and repairs to the component level.
  • Saved over $61,000 in component level troubleshooting.
  • Tested and Repaired various radar systems for military training exercises Troubleshoot and repair using scematics and test equipment down to 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. Clearance
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Here's how Clearance is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Maintain eligibility and currency of United States Secret Security Clearance.
  • Possessed Top Secret/SBI 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.
  • Operated & repaired radars with Secret Clearance.
  • Obtained a secret security clearance.
  • Maintain a Secret Security Clearance.
  • Maintained security clearance (Confidential, Secret) while rewriting codebase for weapons system mainframes.
  • Contract Switch Clearance: Secret 1998 to 1999 worked as a temp Field Maintenance.

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7. Combat
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Here's how Combat is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Designed preventative checks and maintenance schedules of radar operating systems to maintain combat readiness.
  • Present ground based threats to simulate aircrew response for analysis during electronic combat exercises.
  • 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.
  • Advised Commander and staff on the tactical and technical considerations affecting the employment of the Q-37 Radar system during combat operations.
  • Maintain and operate real-time radar AA (anti-aircraft) and AAM (air-to-air missile) systems in an electronic combat environment.
  • Assisted with deactivation of air combat command radar crises; fully accounted for $5.2M C2 equipment/system readied for depot.
  • Insure systems were in combat ready status and reporting status to my supervisors.
  • Awarded the Bronze Star Medal for superior performance during combat operations.
  • Qualified as Combat Systems Officer of the Watch (CSOOW).
  • Qualified as Combat Systems Coordinator(CSC).
  • Acted as Combat Systems Departmental 3M Assistant.
  • Performed Combat life savings skills when needed.
  • Rotated through convoy and guard operations, exhibiting keen situational awareness and tactical control within combat areas of operation.
  • Repaired automatic tracking radar and electronic combat systems and related support, communications, and intercommunications equipment.
  • Worked as a 35M radar repairer in many simulation, field and actual combat environments.
  • Build and maintain Visio documentation database of network topology Observe equipment performance while conduction electronic combat operations.

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8. Air Traffic Control
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Here's how Air 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.
  • Supervised two radar systems vital to Air Traffic Control missions and maintained full mission capability through four successful flight checks.
  • Surveyed site, installed air traffic control precision approach and surveillance radar systems.
  • Maintained Carrier based Air Traffic Control systems.
  • Maintained and repaired Air Traffic Control equipment.
  • Air Traffic Control Specialist 325th Comm Sq.

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9. Iff
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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.
  • Program manager that reviews unusual and difficult problems in operation and in-flight maintenance of equipment.
  • Handled the most difficult circumstances with professionalism and integrity.
  • Maintained and tested electronic equipment, including microwave links, pulse acquisition, continuous wave, and IFF radar systems.
  • Maintained an operational readiness rate of over 99% despite difficult deployments to the Middle East in very harsh conditions.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
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Here's how Troubleshot is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Maintained, troubleshot and repaired advanced radar systems, specifically TPS-75, high-frequency phased-array radar, and associated subsystems.
  • Performed daily operations, preventive maintenance and troubleshot to component/circuit card level.
  • Conducted inspections and troubleshot discrepancies with the use of specialized test equipment on radar systems.
  • Tested, troubleshot, and repaired communication, Navigation, and radar systems.
  • Sustained and troubleshot a fiber optic system including two UNIX servers.
  • Assumed position of Fire Section Chief in charge of Troubleshot, repaired and maintained radars, missiles, and missile launchers.

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11. RF
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Here's how RF is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Selected for numerous maintenance teams to complete especially complex or infrequently performed maintenance items, and troubleshooting and repair.
  • Scheduled and performed field service certifications and repair as a factory authorized warranty technician.
  • Received Navy Achievement Medal for superb performance during a successful missile launching exercise.
  • Performed Quality Assurance inspections on work completed by subordinate technicians as required.
  • Perform scheduled/unscheduled maintenance on 9.8 million dollars electronic equipment.
  • Review and process airfield equipment information.
  • Perform scheduled preventive maintenance tasks, such as checking, cleaning, or repairing equipment, to detect and prevent problems.
  • Perform the final adjustments and alignments on high power modulators, power supplies, sub assemblies and high power amplifiers.
  • Set up and operate ground support and test equipment to perform functional flight tests of electrical and electronic systems.
  • Provide leadership, technical knowledge transfer, and guidance to the shop members for a better team performance.
  • Operated, and performed both preventive and corrective maintenance on gun and missile weapons control equipment.
  • Coordinated work assignments, evaluated performance, and instructed 75 technicians in four avionics work centers.
  • Performed monthly, semi-annual and annual Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS).
  • Counseled personnel in issues pertaining to personal performance, financial/family, and career goals.
  • Perform daily implementation of FOD, Tool control and HAZ waste requirements.
  • Interpret flight test data to diagnose malfunctions and systemic performance problems.
  • Monitor employees' work levels and review work performance.
  • Perform field maintenance in hostile working environments when needed.
  • Performed preflight/post flight inspections and in-flight operations and maintenance of radar, IFF, and ancillary systems.
  • Installed avionics and airframe changes in accordance with applicable instructions.

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12. Spectrum Analyzers
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Here's how Spectrum Analyzers is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Utilized, voltmeters, oscilloscopes, RF power meters, spectrum analyzers, during troubleshooting procedures.
  • Experienced with various test equipment encompassing oscilloscopes, volt meters, and spectrum analyzers.
  • Use test equipment such as digital multi-meters, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, logic analyzers and power meters.

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13. Medal
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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 replacing and aligning AN/SPS-67 Radar antenna pedestal.
  • Received accommodations and medals in 2001 for management skills, and maintenance procedures enforced while serving under strenuous conditions.
  • Earned two letters of appreciation, Good Conduct medal, Expeditionary medal, and two Sea Duty Service ribbons.
  • Awarded two Navy Achievement Medals, Good Conduct Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal.
  • Received a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement medal for outstanding job performance.
  • Received Naval Good Conduct Medal for years of untarnished Naval service.
  • Awarded the Bronze Star Medal for exceptionally meritorious service in Afghanistan.
  • Received the Good Conduct Medal and was Honorably Discharged.
  • Awarded the Army Good Conduct Medal in 2012.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal in 2011.
  • 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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14. Technical Manuals
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Here's how Technical Manuals is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Consult technical manuals for troubleshooting accuracy and system operation, configuration and parts.
  • Tracked classified documents and technical manuals.
  • Served as security manager to protect and maintain secret materials, including schematics, technical manuals and security codes.
  • Interpret engineering drawings, mechanical drawings, electrical schematics, plumbing and valve drawings, and technical manuals.
  • Analyzed malfunctions using technical manuals, schematic diagrams, test equipment, built-in tests, and diagnostic routines.
  • 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.
  • Evaluated compliance with technical manuals, regulations, and work standards.
  • 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.
  • Ordered training and technical manuals, repairparts, and coordinated shipments for 15 - 20 soldier motor shop.

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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.
  • Performed troubleshooting of surveillance radar and interrogator systems for the 38 E3 AWACS aircraft.
  • Enlisted Aircrew on E-3 AWACS while operating and maintaining mission critical Radar systems.
  • 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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16. Electronic Systems
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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.
  • Perform initial power-on and testing of airborne communications, sensors, computers, and electronic systems.
  • Installed, repaired and tested air traffic control radar electrical 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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17. Technical Orders
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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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18. Frequency Counters
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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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19. Signal Generators
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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.
  • Experience using various test equipment such as DVM's VOM's Signal Generators, Scopes and Spectrum Analyzers.
  • Skilled operation of network analyzer, oscilloscope, power meter, signal generators, and etc.

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20. 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.
  • Maintained maintenance records and submitted product deficiency reports for repair parts not within standards.
  • Managed inventories of repair parts/general supplies Customer Service Security

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21. Electronic Components
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Here's how Electronic Components is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Modified older equipment to newer standards by replacing electronic components and rewiring circuit card assemblies.
  • Ensured RADAR system exceeded Army standards by identifying and repairing malfunctioning electronic components.
  • Extended experience working on various electronic components including soldering and wire repair.
  • Maintained and repaired electronic components of defense radar systems.
  • Repaired, removed and replaced various electronic components.
  • Organized and stored over $1.5 million worth of circuit cards which allowed efficient troubleshooting and repair of electronic components.
  • Performed installation, alignment and testing of modules, circuit card assemblies and electronic components.

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22. Fault Isolation
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Here's how Fault Isolation is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Executed casualty analysis and fault isolation.
  • 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.

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23. Hand Tools
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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Repair circuits, wiring, and soldering, using soldering irons and hand tools to install parts and adjust connections.
  • Assemble components such as switches, electrical controls, and junction boxes, using hand tools or soldering irons.
  • Adjust or replace defective or improperly functioning circuitry or electronics components, using hand tools or soldering iron.
  • Adjust, repair, or replace malfunctioning components or assemblies, using hand tools or soldering irons.
  • Repair or replace defective equipment parts, using hand tools and power tools, and reassemble equipment.
  • 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.

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24. Calibrate
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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.
  • Operated and calibrated computer systems and devices to comply with test requirements and to perform data acquisition and analysis.
  • Conduct and operate sophisticated test equipment to diagnose and calibrate systems.
  • Calibrate testing instruments and installed or repaired equipment to prescribed specifications.
  • Calibrate installed or repaired radar components to specified specification.
  • Ensured test equipment was calibrated and operational
  • Maintained, repaired and calibrated AN/UPX-29 Ship Systems, AN/SPS-67 Radar Systems resulting in minimum downtime for these systems.
  • 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.
  • Calibrate and align components, using scales, gauges, and other measuring instruments.
  • Repaired, adjusted, and calibrated sophisticated electronic search and track radar systems.
  • Repaired, calibrated, and maintained AN/TPQ Radar systems.
  • Repair, align and calibrate test equipment.

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25. Computer Hardware
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Here's how Computer Hardware is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Assisted the office with any IT complications, set up different types of computer hardware and software.

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26. Aegis
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Here's how Aegis is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Subject matter expert on capabilities and limitations of Aegis radar and computer systems.
  • Operate and maintain a digital fire control radar on the Aegis class cruisers.

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27. E-3
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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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28. Support Equipment
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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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29. FOE
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Here's how FOE is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Subject matter expert for both the AN/TPS-59 Radar and the UPX-37 Identification Friend-or-foe systems.

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30. 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.
  • Inspect, test, and adjust system components and test equipment to specific tolerances.
  • Document all maintenance forms related to system components.

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32. Unix
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Here's how Unix is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Performed troubleshooting of Unix based computer systems and repaired/replaced computer systems as required.
  • Related software used: Excel, Outlook, Unix OS, DOS.

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

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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. 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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37. 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.
  • Accomplished annual USAF ancillary training.
  • operate and maintain radar-tracking devices at USAF range.

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

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42. Technical Support
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Here's how Technical Support is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Provided technical support and assistance to military vessels.
  • Deliver vendor legacy equipment training and repair, fleet-wide certifications and technical support to supply chain.
  • Provided high-class customer service and technical support services to nationwide clients via phone and email.

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43. Basic Training
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44. 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. 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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46. 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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48. Transmission Lines
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Here's how Transmission Lines is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Located and marked underground utilities including gas, water, and high voltage electrical transmission lines using EMF receivers and GPR.
  • Repaired and tested microwave amplifiers and transmission lines, high-voltage power supplies, displays and antenna positioning systems.

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49. Layout
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Here's how Layout is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Interpreted electric and electronic schematics and mechanical layouts to diagnose equipment problems.

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50. Equipment Status
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Here's how Equipment Status is used in Radar Technician jobs:
  • Reported equipment status and maintenance activities to superiors, and tactfully recommended procedure modifications to minimize repair time.
  • Created and implemented maintenance schedules based on equipment status, Senior FieldEngineer's recommendations, and subordinate availability.
  • Reported equipment status and completed maintenance data collection forms.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Radar Technician

Radar Systems

18.2%

Preventative Maintenance

15.0%

Electronic Test Equipment

7.6%

Troubleshoot

6.9%

Component Level

6.4%

Clearance

6.1%

Combat

5.0%

Air Traffic Control

4.8%

Iff

3.7%

Troubleshot

3.5%

RF

3.4%

Spectrum Analyzers

2.8%

Medal

2.5%

Technical Manuals

2.4%

Awacs

2.2%

Electronic Systems

2.2%

Technical Orders

2.1%

Frequency Counters

1.8%

Signal Generators

1.8%

Repair Parts

1.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Radar Technician

Rank Skill
1 Radar Systems 13.8%
2 Preventative Maintenance 11.3%
3 Electronic Test Equipment 5.8%
4 Troubleshoot 5.2%
5 Component Level 4.8%
6 Clearance 4.6%
7 Combat 3.8%
8 Air Traffic Control 3.6%
9 Iff 2.8%
10 Troubleshot 2.7%
11 RF 2.5%
12 Spectrum Analyzers 2.1%
13 Medal 1.9%
14 Technical Manuals 1.8%
15 Awacs 1.7%
16 Electronic Systems 1.6%
17 Technical Orders 1.6%
18 Frequency Counters 1.3%
19 Signal Generators 1.3%
20 Repair Parts 1.3%
21 Electronic Components 1.3%
22 Fault Isolation 1.2%
23 Hand Tools 1.2%
24 Calibrate 1.2%
25 Computer Hardware 1.1%
26 Aegis 1.1%
27 E-3 1.0%
28 Support Equipment 1.0%
29 FOE 1.0%
30 System Components 0.9%
31 Technical Data 0.8%
32 Unix 0.8%
33 Functional Operation 0.8%
34 Spare Parts 0.8%
35 Circuit Boards 0.8%
36 Diagnostic Equipment 0.7%
37 Usaf 0.7%
38 Technical Publications 0.7%
39 Equipment Logs 0.7%
40 Faulty Equipment 0.7%
41 FAA 0.7%
42 Technical Support 0.7%
43 Basic Training 0.6%
44 Communications Equipment 0.6%
45 Safety Procedures 0.6%
46 GPS 0.6%
47 Navy Achievement 0.6%
48 Transmission Lines 0.5%
49 Layout 0.5%
50 Equipment Status 0.5%
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