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FONTILEA 4/401st AFSB D3M * AMC-LSE KAF, APO AE, 09355 * VOIP(562) 415-8084, Cell 01193793392728 * ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN SENIOR LEAD W/ACTIVE SECRET EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Well-rounded, self starter and energetic professional with 22 years of experienc e seeking new challenge and opportunity to apply consummate skills as Electroni cs Technician Senior Lead. * KEY AREAS OF EXPERTISE * Skilled Leader and Manager Medical Equipment Systems Environmental Systems Advanced Electronic Systems RF, Optical, and telecommunication systems Installation and maintenance of Sniper Detection Systems and Devices Develop Training Reports and Procedures Profound military background and experience

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE -Dedicated professional with desire to provide mission support and operations th at make a difference. -Extensive supervisory and organizational skills; dedicated to delivering top qu ality service, promotes moral with diverse culture through effective communicati on -Twenty years of military background with sixteen years of leadership and manage ment experience. -Immense knowledge in fault isolation board to component level troubleshooting. -Fully adept at diagnosing and isolating board to component malfunctions in elec tronic, fiber optic, unmanned sensors and electromechanical systems. -Outstanding troubleshooting skills, software calibration, and repairs in variou s types of electronic systems, medical, RF, and computer equipment. -Extensive computer hardware and software experience and has a thorough understa nding of Microsoft operating systems and Office software. -Sound ability to use Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) electrica l testing equipment such as multi-meter and oscilloscope, and how to apply these skills in problem solving applications. -Proficient in Microsoft Office; MS Dos, Excel, Access, Windows 95-Vista, UNIX, Composite Healthcare Systems (CHCS), Defense Medical Logistics Support Systems ( DMLSS), Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS). -Posses current SECRET security clearance EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Boomerang III systems; Subject Matter Expert / Lead FSR D3M, LLC - PM RUS - Iraq / Afghanistan 4/2009- Present Major Achievements -Provides guidance and the day to day operations of the Boomerang III (Counter S niper Systems) to junior personnel, logisticians, team leaders and Site Lead. Ad vises the Fielding Chief with the process and procedures with sound recommendati on in meeting the military's mission according to PM's requirement in support of OEF / OIF. Professional Responsibility -Coordinate with tenant command, Company, Brigade and Unit level with the schedu ling, installation and training of all Boomerang III systems throughout the SW A

fghanistan. -Performs installation and training to soldiers with the proper operation and pr ocedures of the Boomerang III systems. -Diagnose systems malfunctions and system upgrade. -Documents fielded systems and installed equipment for accountability for future sustainment verification and upgrades. -Travels to various FOB's and COB's to perform installations and sustainment whe re critical and essential mission dictates. Task Order-14, Site Manager Computer Sciences Corporation - RUS, CM & EOD * Iraq 9/2008 - 04/2009 Major Achievements -Responsible for planning, technical direction and day to day operations and log istics functions of VOSS program, Boomerang III Systems, PSDS2, UTAMS, RAID, and PTDS systems in support of tactical force protection locations throughout SWA B aghdad. Professional Responsibility -Coordinates with senior system specialists, engineers and outside organizations to successfully accomplish contract objectives. -Coordinates with the brigade, company, and various unit for installation, susta inment, and repairs of 987 Boomerang III systems, VOSS systems, UTAMS throughout SWA South. -Provide sustainment support to various FOB's and COB's to enhance US Army's for ce protection capabilities. -Performs QA/QC, setup, installation, maintenance, modification, circuit testing , and upgrade. -Manages 37 technicians and Logisticians; directly responsible for personnel iss ues operational and administrative support. -Supervises fault isolation of complex systems to resolve issues and upgrades of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment. Biomedical Engineering Technician; Senior Lead 11/2007-08/2008 Pacific Architect and Engineers (PAE) - WRM, Taegu AFB, Korea Major Accomplishment -Managed and maintained over $10M worth of War Reserve Material (WRM) in four Ai r Force Base sites in South Korea. Performed and completed over 200 PMI backlogg ed work orders in two months which enhanced mission readiness to 100% deployment ready. Professional Responsibility: -Supervises 3 junior technicians. -Perform Quality Assurance in the proper preventive maintenance inspections, cal ibration, and repairs of all WRM equipment. -Provide training, guidance, and immediate support to different sites for assist ance on complex equipment such as X-ray unit, 60K and 100K generators, computer internet servers, portable radios, and Crypto equipment maintenance. -Manage and Coordinate PMI schedule according to US Air Force Safety Standards a nd Regulations. -Ensures scheduled preventive maintenance is performed efficiently and effective ly and not interfere with command's mission and readiness capability. -Establish communication channels between Osan AFB and stateside for TMDE calibr ation turn-in. -Planned and coordinated the relocation of WRM equipment from Osan AFB to Kim-Ha e AFB to include equipment and logistical support as a self sustaining WRM site. Advanced Biomedical Equipment Technician; Site Manager US Navy, Naval Hospital Yokosuka, Japan 11/2005 - 5/2008 Major Achievements

-Managed and coordinated the acquisition, preventive maintenance, repairs of ove r 7,000 medical and dental, computer equipment and servers valued at over $15 mi llion throughout Japan, Korea, and Diego Garcia. Supervised 45 personnel with di rect supervision of 14 biomedical technicians. Professional Responsibilities -Prioritize maintenance activities ensuring all equipment within the facility ar e serviced to manufacturer's specification and acceptable standard in a timely a nd safe manner. -Provide emergency support to various sites in South Korea, Japan, and Diego Gar cia. -Liaise with operational staff and OIC's regarding facility requirements, proble ms, and implement solutions. -Undertake a wide range of duties to protect equipments Life's expectancy, repla cement and acquisition. -Coordinates and conducts preventive maintenance schedule in all maintenance act ivities. -Troubleshoot equipment and perform corrective maintenance in breakdown situatio ns. -Planned the acquisition, installation and of 1200 personal computer distributed efficiently throughout Japan, Korea and Diego Garcia. -Environment of Care representative, Liaised with top executives and the Command er Naval Forces Japan with Navy safety regulations, JCAHO, OSHA Requirements, CF R standards for standardization throughout the outlying areas in the pacific reg ion. -Coordinates and conducts QA inspections of 5 Hazardous material sites -Managed and implemented accurate inventory and accountability of 2000 hazmat it ems for issuance and proper disposal of each of the hazardous material throughou t all Navy commands. Advanced Biomedical Equipment Technician, Shop Manager US Navy - Camp Arifjan Kuwait 4/2005 - 12/2006 Major Achievements -Managed, coordinated, and performed preventive maintenance of over $5 million w orth of medical / dental equipment, portable radios, Computed Tomography, and ox ygen generators throughout 9 outlying camps in Kuwait. Responsible for the exped itious repair of the only CT equipment in the country critical in performing tra uma medicine in the region in support of OIF and OEF. Professional Responsibilities -Supervise 4 junior technicians; provides training, PMI scheduling, and daily op erations during deployment. -Synchronize efforts with Quality Assurance / Quality Control to verify and meet naval medical equipment standards and requirements according to JCAHO and OSHA standards. -Performs bench equipment tests to verify operability of repaired equipment, ens uring mission readiness is met. -Drafts training plan qualifications and standards to raise proficiency and over all systems knowledge from basic to advance equipment. Examines results on a pe rsonal scope to tailor individual learning progress and maximum retention. -Provides preventative maintenance checks and services on tools, test, measureme nt and diagnostic equipment, vehicles and power generators, relocated damaged eq uipment and components to higher-level repair centers. -Maintains and troubleshoots portable radios, PACS (Picture Archiving Systems), NIPR and SIPR accounts. -Analyzes equipment to localize and diagnose causes of malfunction. Biomedical Equipment Technician; Shop Supervisor US Navy - Naval Hospital Yokosuka, Japan 1/2002 - 4/2005 Major Achievements -Responsible for the acquisition and installation of 6 new G.E. fixed radiograph

ic equipment, G.E. Light speed CT scanner, 2 portable X-ray units; 1 digital dental panoramic system worth 4M. Passed JCAHO inspection attains zero discrepancy. Professional Responsibilities -Contracting Officer Representative responsible for maintaining 60 medical / den tal equipment worth over $1.5M ensuring preventive maintenance and repairs are m et. -Performs quality assurance and preventive maintenance inspection of all medical and dental equipment throughout south pacific commands to include Korea, Japan, Diego Garcia and the Philippines. -Performs procurement, acceptance, and installation of a $400,000 CT scanner sys tems to include the design, led lining and training are emplaced prior to use. -Troubleshoot and repair high tech equipment such as CT scanner, X-ray systems, Telemetry systems, Drug dispensing robots, Anesthesia systems, Laboratory equipm ent and Laser equipment. -Performs Hazardous Material Control planning and management of material handlin g equipment. Electronic Technician / Hospital Corpsman US Navy - Worldwide 5/1987 - 1/2002

Professional Responsibilities -Performed quality assurance on fiber optic cables, sensors, communication equip ment and documentation in the maintenance cycle. -Analyzed and managed data base systems such as SNAP I/II, DMLSS, ULLS-G, and BI OFACS systems. -Installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of communication equipment, in cluding AM, FM, and SSB receivers and transceivers, cables, and associated ancil lary communication equipment. -Performed complex diagnosis, repair, installations, and upgrades of electronic data/communication, Biomedical / Dental equipment, Telemetry Systems inducted in to the maintenance cycle. -Performs calibration and repairs of Narcomed anesthesia unit, valve replacement , servo controls, and electromechanical systems. -Ensured timely equipment evacuation for calibration, sufficient instruments to perform mission were on hand, and repairs or modifications recorded by tracking TMDE data. EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Bachelor of Science in Electronic Technology Alameda College (2006) Associate of Arts HealthCare Management Alameda College (2004) Associate of Arts in Biomedical Equipment Technology Community College of the Air Force (2001) Emergency Medical Technician Southwestern College Registered Medical Assistant, ARMA TECHNICAL TRAINING * Biomedical Electronic Equipment Technician, DoD (1567 hours) * Advanced Medical Laboratory Systems (Sheppard AFB, Texas) * Advanced Medical Systems Maintenance Course (Sheppard AFB, Texas) * Advanced Diagnostic Imaging Course (Sheppard AFB, Texas) * Computer Based Medical Systems (Sheppard AFB, Texas) * Imaging Procurement and Acceptance Course (Sheppard AFB, Texas) * Telemedicine Systems Course (Sheppard AFB, Texas) * Biomedical Maintenance Management Course (Sheppard AFB, Texas)

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Emergency Medical Technician, Southwestern College, San Diego Basic Life Support certified, US Navy (40 hours) Hospital Corpsman "A" School, US Navy (560 hours) Hazardous Material Control Management Technician (HMCM), Datex Ohmeda Anesthesia service school, (Houston Texas) (60 hours) Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLLS), DoD (40 hours) Advanced Navy Leadership Course, US Navy (40 hours) Overseas Hazardous Waste Facility Course, US Navy (40 hours)

AWARDS AND MEDALS Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2) Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2) Navy Unit Commendation Medal Meritorious Unit Commendation Medal Good Conduct Medal (6) National Defense Service Medal (2) Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Sea Service Medal (4) Southwest Asia Service Medal Kuwait Liberation Service Medal Navy and Marine Corps Overseas Service Medal Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal Global War on Terrorism Service Medal SECURITY CLEARANCE Active SECRET security clearance---Issue date Nov 2008