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Bilingual in Spanish/English. Retired from the Idaho National Guard after 28 years in the maintenance and inspection field. Section Sgt for the Armament and Fire control section in Support battalion.
Remote Service Tech for Company based in Pomona, CA. Home Improvement store Preventative maintenance and repair on Paint equipment, Lumber cutting, blind cutting, carpet carousels and electric Handy-Cap carts. Service area was Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Montana, Nevada and at times California, Arizona. Maintained Service van and restocked/Ordered parts for up keep when expended. All travel expenses, time sheets were all submitted as per protocol to Company via electronic means.
Oregon and Idaho National Guard: Scout, Artillery and Maintenance. 1986-2002: Idaho Federal Technician Maintenance, Artillery, Fire control, Automotive. Electrical and Hydraulics schematics. Electronic LRU’s, (Line replaceable Units) test and repair, V6, V12 and Turbine engine test and repair. Missal control test and repair utilizing test equipment, IE : mustimeters, test sets, pressure gauges and bringing all equipment back to OEM standards, to include test firing of rebuilt gun tube recoil assemblies.
Nyssa High School/State of Oregon GED
Volunteer Experience or Leadership
Section Sargent in the Idaho National Guard. Basic Non Commissioner Schools (BNCO) Leadership schools and Advanced Non Commissioner schools, ANOC. Various Military maintenance schools.
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