MRAP Bradley Field Service Representative - Automotive Mechanic Resume
MRAP Bradley Field Service Representative - Automotive Mechanic Resume
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MRAP/Bradley Field Service Representative Resume

Desired Industry: Automotive/Mechanic SpiderID: 16466
Desired Job Location: killeen, Texas Date Posted: 10/21/2007
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: present
Desired Wage: 55,000-60,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No

Professional and experienced Bradley/Light Track/Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic seeking MRAP or Bradley FSR position


Former Army Senior Noncommissioned Officer with over 17 years maintenance experience maintaining mechanized and wheeled combat organizations. Highly conscience to maintenance posture of vehicle readiness contracts, and mission accomplishment. Prefers dynamic international environments accompanied by physical and mental labor. Amicable character, proven leadership skills, and sound judgment necessary to interact with colleagues. Decorated veteran with 17 commendations for maintenance skills, performance and valor. Possesses US Passport, valid license, and associated tools.


Technical Skills
•Military trained Bradley Turret Mechanic(45T), Bradley Systems Mechanic(63T), Light Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic(63B)
•Unique ability to rapidly service, diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair
•Exceptional knowledge of engines, drive trains, suspensions, multi-fuel engines, electrical and charging systems
•Proficient knowledge of SINGARS Radio and Internal Communication Systems
•Highly experienced in the use of TMDE(Test Measuring Diagnostic Equipment) and schematics
•QA/QC certified IAW technical manuals, safety regulations, and standard operating procedures

Vehicle and Equipment Experience
•M2/M3/M6/M7 Bradley Fighting Vehicle and Turret
•25MM Bushmaster Chain Gun, TOW Missile and sub-systems, weapon control systems
•Light and Medium Tactical Wheeled Vehicles
•M113 Armored Personnel Carrier Family
•M88A1 Recovery Vehicle

•Advised US Army Troop Commanders/Mechanics in Iraq
•FSR, repaired over 100 battle damaged, mission essential Bradley Fighting Vehicles in support of 4th Infantry Division, Iraq
•Maintained, organized, and reported vehicle/personnel status of 57 Turkish and 27 Butler employees for M113 Up-Armor Program during “Operation Armordillo”, Iraq
•Overhauled and rebuilt 86 25MM Bushmaster Chain Guns during the FT Riley Reset Program
•Inspected and gathered information on 91 FT Carson M2 ODS Bradleys selected for reset while staging at the Kuwait Naval Base
•Working knowledge and experience of The Army Maintenance Management System
•Created and managed commendable maintenance programs for Mechanized Infantry, Combat Engineers and Air Defense Artillery
•Supervised transportation battalion maintenance posture of 5 companies and 2 detachments
•Personally ensures quality assurance and control of Class II and IX repair parts for cost effectiveness
•Maintained accountability, training, evaluation, and discipline for up to 45 mechanics
•Routinely received Commendable Ratings from Maintenance Evaluation Team Inspections


•7 years -Senior Maintenance Supervisor (battalion/company motor sergeant / first sergeant)
•5 Years - Maintenance Shop Foreman (platoon sergeant / section sergeant / squad leader)
•3 years - M2/M113 Maintenance Team Member
•6 months - Weapon Systems Lead Mechanic, FT Riley, KS
•7 months - Bradley FSR, Iraq
•2 months -Administrative Clerk M113 Up Armor Program, Iraq
•1 month- Bradley Reset Inspector, Kuwait
•3 months - FT Hood Leave Behind Equipment (LBE) Reset
•3 months – M2 ODS Bradley Reset, Germany
•present employment – Bradley Field Service Technician, Kuwait

Technical Training
•Automotive Service Excellence(ASE) Certified
•US Army Ordnance Center –advanced maintenance
•US Army Mechanical Maintenance Academy – specialized automotive / electrical training
•US Logistics Management College – maintenance management
•Army Continuing Education Correspondence Program – combat vehicle maintenance
•Army Master Driver Program – tactical vehicle operator / instructor course
•John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center – Special Forces LNO

Leadership/Professional Development
•Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course – senior maintenance leader development
•Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course – maintenance leader development
•Professional Leadership Development Course – junior leader development
•Army Master Fitness Program – certified personal trainer

Veterans of Foreign Wars Member

Additional Information:
Career Highlights / Accomplishments
•Presented Soldier’s Medal for Valor, 2004
•Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course Honor Graduate (Maintenance) 2003
•Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course Honor Graduate (Bradley/Light Track) 1997
•2nd Infantry Division Military Skills Champion 2001
•Presented Honorary Rank of Six Stars by the President of South Korea for bravery 1998
•2 time Noncommissioned Officer of the Year 1997-1998
•1st Infantry Division Mechanic of the Year 1994
•2 time FT Riley Middle Weight Boxing Champion 1993-1994

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