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Pierre W. Polch 21609 Liberty St Unit 508 Lexington Park, MD 20653 Tel: (704) 681-1236 pp1600f64@westpost.

net EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University- Major: Technical Management Logistics 105 /120 credits, expected graduation: July 2011 U.S Marines Corporal Leadership Course, Iwakuni, Japan 2003 Dispersed Technical Publication Library course, Certificate October 2002 Aviation Logistics Administration, Meridian, MS (Navy AZ school, Class of 2001) Nalcomis Optimized organizational activity database (OOMA) software course, 200 9 Security Clearance: Eligible OVERVIEW OF CAREER/ AWARDS 8 years of experience as an Aircraft Logistics & Records Specialist. Supervised 20 Employees. Honorable Discharge Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Sea Service Deployment Medal National Defense Medal Anti terrorism service medal Meritorious Mass 6 letters of appreciation. Employee of the month award for January 2004 (VX-9, U.S Marine Corps) Fluent in French Able to read Spanish SKILLS AND ABILITIES Computer literate of most industry standard program including MS Word, Excel, A ccess, Power point, and U.S Naval Aviation Nalcomis (OOMA). Detail oriented, well organized, excellent written skills, aggressive work ethi c, and able to deal with simultaneous projects. Strong background in logistics. Maintains an accurate maintenance and aircraft related files of correspondence, directives, reports and records in accordance with 4790.2 series. Ability to work professionally with a variety of personalities and cultural bac kgrounds. Possess strong organizational skills, personal flexibility, problem so lver Provide leadership and motivation by example and support function to achieve go als. Actively identify and proactively seek to resolve issues that might impact our ability to meet the daily flight schedule. WORK HISTORY DynCorp Intl DoD Contractor Patuxent River, MD November 2007-Present Perform Configuration Logistics and Records Management duties Accurately maintained the Support Equipment Program to assist maintainers on FA -18/B/C/D/E/F/ and EA-6B type Aircraft Models. Efficiently prepared Aircraft Accounting Status report. Submitted Xray through Aircraft Inventory Readiness and reporting system (AIRSS) Accurately maintained aircraft records/logbook and other AD-HOC reports. Prepared logistics reports, records, directives and correspondence U.S Marine Corps NAWS China Lake, CA 2003-2005

Dispersed Technical Publication Librarian/ Naval Aircraft aviation logistics man

agement Prepared logistics reports, records, directives and correspondence. Verified Aircraft Discrepancy Book as a pre-flight procedure. Accurately maintained aircraft logbook for flight operations. Provided daily flight schedule to work centers. Performed Various duties using Naval Aviation Logistic Command Management Infor mation System (NALCOMIS). Filed Maintenance Action Form (MAF) in Aircraft Discrepancy Book. Verified that each engine, seat, battery, are installed on their appropriate Ai rcrafts and positions. Received and transferred Naval Aircraft Through SAME (NALCOMIS), and Logbooks. U.S Marine Corps MCAS Iwakuni, Japan 2001-2003

Training Non-Commissioned Officer/ Power Plants Engine management logistics. Accurately admitted and screened the squadron Aircraft Material Readiness Repor t (AMRR). Refurbished quick reference folders, which improved office efficiency. Formulated documents and compiled list using a variety of computer programs. Single handedly managed and impeccably maintained Work Center required training plan. Typed required logistics and records Entries, and created a filing system for f iles that are obligated to keep for a minimum of one or more years. Prepared an d verified the administrative work for Ready For Issue (RFI), or Not Ready For I ssue (NRFI) modules or engines (AMES/SAME), in some cases sent to Standard Depot Level Maintenance (SDLM). Production, planning, and expediting clerical duties. MILITARY EXPERIENCE U.S Marine Corps, E5/Sergeant, 01/2001 01/2005, DD-214 available upon request.