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Frantz Denis th 4141 N. 55 Ave Apt 2278 Phoenix.

AZ 85031-2258

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frantz.denis@msn.com

Formal Education: Technical Training United States Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) Persistent Ground Surveillance System 22 Meter Aerostat System MX-15 IR Payload July-August 2011 SME Waves C-RAM Land Mobile Radio Notification System October 2009 SAAB Giraffe AMB RADAR FSR Course Sept- Nov 2007. TCOM LTA 17 Meter mobile Aerostat system June 2007. (RAID) Rapid Aerostat Initial Deployment Infrared Sensor System June 2007. (PSDS2) Persistent Surveillance Dissemination System May 2007 AN/PPS-5C (MSTAR) Manportable Surveillance and Target Acquisition Radar May 2007. Star SAFIRE III / SAFIRE HD Thermal Imaging System May 2007. FLIR EOIR Electro Optic Infrared theory and advanced concepts course May 2007. NSA IAEC 2112 COMSEC CUSTODIAN COURSE January 2006. Computer Information Assurance Training US Embassy Annex Baghdad. February 2005. NSA National Crypto logical School COMSEC / INFOSEC User Training December 2003. (HFCRS) HIGH FREQUENCY COMMUNICATIONS RADIO SYSTEM AN/GRC-246 (V) 1, 2, VHF UHF LAN/WAN with Lab mock-up. (2 Weeks) May 2002. AN/TSQ-138 TRAILBLAZER: Mobile Ground Based EW Signals Intelligence (EW/SIGINT) (DF) Direction Finding System. Lab Mock up (2 Weeks) April 2001. AN/TSQ-190 (V) 1 2 3 TROJAN / TROJAN LIGHT Secure Voice Data RX TX System. Satellite Theory and Network Topology (3 Weeks) March 2001. AN/TRQ-32 (V) 2 TEAMEATE: Mobile Ground based EW Signals Intelligence (EW/SIGINT) (DF) Direction Finding System. / Lab Mock up (2 Weeks) February 2001. AN/ALQ-151 QUICK FIX VHF ECM System EH-60A EW Signals Intelligence (EW/SIGINT) Direction Finding System. Lab Mock up. (2 Weeks) January 2001. AN/TLQ-17 (V) 1 2 3 TRAFFICJAM: Electronic Counter Measures Set. Super Heterodyne Receiver Signals Intelligence (EW/SIGINT) Lab Mock up (2 Weeks) November 2000. United States Army IEW Ground and Aircraft Systems: AN/TLQ-17 (V) 1, 2 TRAFFICJAM: Mobile Ground based ECM Electronic Counter Measures Set Electronic Warfare Signals Intelligence EW/SIGINT AN/ALQ-151(V) 3 QUICK FIX VHF Airborne Electronic Counter Measures System EH-60A Electronic Warfare Signals Intelligence EW/SIGINT AN/TRQ-32 (V) 2 TEAMEATE: Mobile Ground based Electronic Warfare Signals Intelligence EW/SIGINT AN/TSQ-190 (V) 1, 2, 3 TROJAN Spirit Light I / II.Intelligence Remote Integrated Terminal. AN/TSQ-114/138 TRAILBLAZER: Mobile Ground based Electronic Warfare Signals Intelligence EW/ SIGINT HIGH FREQUENCY COMMUNICATIONS RADIO SYSTEM (HFCRS) AN/GRC-246 (V) 1, 2, VHF UHF LAN/WAN. AN/ALQ-151(V) 3 QUICK FIX VHF ECM System EH-60A Black Hawk Electronic Warfare Signals Intelligence EW/SIGINT AN/APR-39A (V) 3 Radar warning receiver. EH-60A Black Hawk with Lab Mock up EW/ECM AN/ALQ-136(V) 3 Radar Jammer EH-60A Black Hawk with Lab Mock up EW/ECM Technical Training Boeing Airplane Group: C-17 Avionics Production Technician Course (8 Weeks) 2009. C-17 (FEDS) Familiarization Aircraft Egress Course (1 Week) 1997. Crimp Connector, Coax Cable Hardware installation. (3 Weeks) 1997.

Technical Training USAF: Aircraft Electrical and Environmental Systems Course J3ABR2A636-001 (12 Weeks) 1995. Satellite Communications Frequency Management (1 Week) 1992. OJT/Trainer/Supervisor Familiarization Course J4AJF75000-011 (1 Week) 1990. ECM Technician AN/ALE-40 Countermeasures Set Course JAMF328X3-184 (2 Weeks) 1989. ECM Technician AN/ALQ131 Block I EW Transmitter Pod Course JAMF456X1B-005 (12 Weeks) 1988. ECM Technician AN/ALR-69 Radar Warning Receiving System J4AMF456X1B-003 (8 Weeks) 1987. Tactical Electronic Reconnaissance AN/ALQ-125 RF4-C Direction Finding System Course J4ASF328X3-085 (12 Weeks) 1985. Non Commissioned Officer Leadership School Course (4 Weeks) 1985. Air Force Technical Order System Advanced J4AMF00066-039 (1 Week) 1984. Air Force Technical Order System General J4AMF00066-038 (1 Week) 1984. Air Force High Reliability Component Repair Course J4AMF300000-022 (1 Week) 1983. Air Force Electronic Warfare Systems Specialist Course E3ABR328X3-004 (45 Weeks) 1982. Operating Systems: SUN / UNIX, VAX/VMS, Linux, SUN Solaris, IBM PC, McIntosh, Amiga, BASIC, Proprietary Military Operating Systems and Applications, Windows 2003 Server / XP Vista Professional , Windows 7. Applications: Joint World-wide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) Automated Message Handling System (AHMS.) Joint Deployable Intelligence Support System (JDISS), Global Broadcast System (GBS). MATLAB / MATHCAD. Manual and Automated Test Equipment: RF Network-Spectrum Analyzers, Vector Analyzer, RF Signal Generators, Noise Generators, Noise Meters, Vector Voltmeters, Power Meters, Signal Generators, LCR Meters, Multi-Meters, TWT Hi Pot Testers, Analog / Digital Oscilloscopes, Couplers, Attenuators, Splitters, Combiners, Filters, T-Berd, Fireberd. ITSE AN/ALQ-131 (V) 1 / 2 Automated Test Station AN/ALM-191 Automated Test Station for Radar warning receiver (AN/ALR-69/46), AN/APM-427 Radar Emitter Threat Simulator. (AN/ALQ-131) Summary: One Hundred and Thirty-Nine (139) weeks of specialized training on the following specialized Knowledge disciplines: SIGINT Intelligence/Electronic Warfare, Electronic Counter Measures, Electro Environmental, Avionics, commercial and military systems and test equipment. Maintained systems and equipment whose specification and performance utilized the following Radio Frequency (RF) bands, within the Electromagnetic Spectrum. ELF, VLF, LF, MF, HF, UHF, VHF, SHF). Inspected, Repaired and Maintained, Modified, Military, and Commercial, (C4I) Command, Control, Communication, and Computer Intelligence Systems. (EW) Electronic Warfare Systems, (ECM) Electronic Countermeasures Systems, (IT) Information Technology and Telecommunication Systems. (SATCOM) Satellite Communications Systems, Microwave (LOS) Line of Site. Antenna controller, satellite acquisition SSPA/HPA/TWT, LNA/LNB - Low Noise Fiber/Coax/Ethernet Cable Work FDMA/TDMA modems (satellite modems) Up-converters, down-converters Spectrum Analyzers Fly away C Ku band Satellite systems, (COMSEC) Communications Security Equipment. Aircraft Avionics and Electrical & Environmental Systems, and Sub Systems and Monitoring Devices. Performed Pass Fail test verification of systems and LRUs using Manual and Computer Automated Test Stations.

Professional Work Experience: CTL Iraq Sector Air Defense Operation Center A/N TPS-77 /Long Range Radar - 1 I-SOC/LRR-1/2 US State Department Mission OSC-I Basrah, Iraq. Dec 2011- May 2012 Systems Administrator for Operations Solaris 10 / Microsoft Enterprise Server 2008. ACET Yuma Proving Grounds. Yuma, AZ. July 2011- August 2011 PGSS Flight Engineer / Payload Operator training on MX -15 IR Payload and 22 Meter Aerostat. CGI Federal (LCMR) Light Counter Mortar Radar AN/TPQ-48 V2 HQ USF-I (FSC) III Corps Baghdad, Iraq. February 2010 Jan 2011 (DOD Contractor) Field Software Engineer Analyst (C-RAM) Counter Rocket, Artillery, and Mortar, Team Fire Finder Mission. Conducted site visits and experimental investigations, analyzed engineering problems, proposed solutions and recommendations. Data collection analysis of Radar sensitivity and RF propagation. Electronic Warfare, Electronic Countermeasures, Signal Intelligence Analysis of vital and complex studies associated with the installation and maintenance of Radar facilities that identified and mitigated radio frequency interference (RFI) and electromagnetic interference (EMI) sources that disrupted radar signal propagation and target detection and tracking that included spurious emissions, intermodulation disturbances, and industrial noises. Interpreted critical data in proposed site design reviews for High Frequency (HF) radar and receive facilities. Computer Sciences Corporation (PTDS) Persistent Threat Detection System ISAF Bagram AB, Afghanistan. November 2009 February 2010 (DOD Contractor) Field Service Sr. Associate Diesel Generators Field Service, Repair and preventative periodic maintenance on AGE Tactical Quiet Generator Sets 15 KW 30 KW 60 KW. Boeing IDS McChord AFB. WA. C-17 Avionics Production C Technician May 2009 October 2009 Avionics, power generation and distribution Electro-Environmental, Communication-Navigation flight controls, engines, hydraulics, pneumatics, fuel systems control theory and operation on C-17A. Flight line operation end of runway checks removal and replacement of line replaceable units (LRU). Performed Aircraft towing, jacking, servicing, Preflight, Postflight, Phase inspections and Ground test support in accordance with appropriate Technical Orders and or established procedures.

PM Radars EG&G Lear Siegler services Inc. (MND-B) Multi National Division Baghdad, Iraq. Sept 2007- Sept 2008 (DOD Contractor) Field Service Representative CRAM JFC SENSORS SHOP SAAB Giraffe Agile Multi-Beam Radar (AMB) (C-RAM) Counter Rocket, Artillery, and Mortar, Team Fire Finder Mission. Provided guidance and training to personnel in establishing operation, sustainment, and inspection procedures. Maintained Giraffe AMB Radar operational configuration and coverage area.Provided fault isolation and repair and alignment on power distribution, operation consoles, RF Transmitter Travelling Wave Tube Rack, Emitter Sensor rack, Digital Control rack, Software loading and map coverage area configuration. Tactical Advanced Land Inertial Navigator (TALIN).Ericsson Microwave TALIN Vehicle Navigation System (VNS). Platform Bore sight, alignment and GPS commissioning. Waypoint navigation, positioning, and azimuth determination. Maintained performance and maintenance metrics on platform. INMARSAT administration.(JADOCS) Joint Automated Deep Operations Coordination System operator. AN/PRC-117F Radio operation configuration. Anteon Swiss Luftwaffe Operation Daten Bordsysteme Dubendorf, Switzerland. September 2005 - April 2006 (DOD Contractor) United States Swiss Luftwaffe COMSEC Manager / Senior Engineer Managed the United States / Swiss FMS COMSEC account. IAW National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual, NAG-14C, NAG-18A. Established SWISS SOP to ensure strict control of all COMSEC account material. Performed duties related to the receipt, custody, issue, distribution, safeguarding, accounting, and when necessary, destruction of classified and non-classified U.S. Government provided COMSEC Type 1 cryptographic devices and keying material (KEYMAT) as well as all COMSEC equipment. LINK 16MIDS LVT Keymat. General Dynamics Network Systems US State Department Embassy Annex Baghdad, Iraq. March 2005 July 2005 (DOD Contractor) Senior Field VTC Systems Technician C6 CCCI JAG Established (VTC) Video Teleconference Links, Conducted JAG Video Teleconferencing Calls from the Central Criminal Courthouse Iraq. Received, Maintained and ensured chain of custody for all items received. Acquired and exploited digital images using forensic tools to examine file structure, conducted text searches, examine deleted files and extracted information. Ensured media capture data is accounted for and provided to the CCCI JAG examiner and linguists assigned to the cas e. Created thorough and complete MEDEX reports. Transferred images, reports and files to various hardware or applications for shipment. Uploaded case reports and files to appropriate databases Configured and monitored the following, INMARSAT, DISN DVS-G equipment. MGC50/100 suites, Vocality V100 Multiplexer, Comtech/ EF Data SDM 300 L Modem, Aethra 8400 Codec, Video, Voice, ISDN and IP equipment / platforms, crypto equipment and VTC Network monitoring software. Installed, operated, troubleshoot, and maintained configured VTC equipment including satellite link equipment. Performed level 1 troubleshooting and repair of LAN/WAN components and networking equipment. Responsibilities included performing on-site or in-house servicing, repairs and/or installations of the following products MGC 100, Polycom Bridges, and Aethra Codecs, Vocality V100 Multiplexer. Cisco Routers, Comtech/EF Data SDM 300 L Modem, advanced narrowband digital voice terminals. AN/PRC-117F Radio operation configuration.

MTISC CECOM IEW RSC LSA-SW Logistic Support Annex, South West Asia, Combined Joint Task Force 7 Baghdad Iraq. Ballad (AB) Air Base, Kirkuk AB, Tikrit AB, Mosul AB, Iraq. February 2004 June 2004 (DOD Contractor) Senior Electronics Technician AN/TSQ-190 (V) 1, 2 (TROJAN) AN/TSQ-226 (V) 1, 2, 3 (TROJAN LITE). Troubleshoot communications circuits in support of remote communications, and support encryption and key material for COMSEC devices KIV-7 and KG-75. Advanced narrowband digital voice terminals. Installation, configuration and troubleshooting, receivers, transmitters, up converters, down converters. Cisco Routers, Communication Security (COMSEC), STU-III, data processing equipment. Network Administration. Electrical & Environmental Systems, AC/DC power generating subsys tems. CACI International 66th (MI) Military Intelligence (INSCOM) INFORMATION SECURITY COMMAND. Bad Aibling Station, Germany. September 2003 January 2004 (DOD Contractor) Senior Electronic Technician SIGINT Help Desk Lab level 1 support on the following: Sun Sparcs, Ultras Data Collection Workstations: MASINT, HUMINT, and SIGINT. Performed Software Installation and hardware troubleshooting. Level I and II support on the following RF Lab LRUs: Receivers, Transmitters, Upconverters, Downconverters, Modems, and Cisco Routers. Engineering Support for Intelligence Electronic Warfare Collection Systems. Assisted INSCOM, 66th MI and other intelligence units as required by providing technical and integration support for Intelligence Electronic Warfare collection systems, subsystems, networks and advanced narrowband digital voice terminals, communications. Repaired, Intelligence Electronic Warfare servers, ground systems; fixed and deployable communications systems; UNIX & PC-based clients, database servers, equipment facilitating the receipt, dissemination, display, and analysis of near-real-time (NRT) satellite broadcast data, intelligence modules and INSCOM controlled networks. Sanitized COMSEC material, memory and storage devices. CACI International (SFOR) Stabilization Force XIII-XIV Task Force Headquarters G2 X ACE Eagle Base Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina. April 2003 September 2003 (DOD Contractor) Electronic Warfare Intercept Engineer SIGINT Maintained and configured the following equipment: Boeing 1.2 Meter VSAT, SDM 300A Modem, MX 300 E1/T1 Frame Relay, Voice / Data Bandwidth Management, Codan 5900 series Transceiver, Sky X Gateway (TCP/IP Converter) MENTAT, Cisco Routers. Troubleshot communications circuits in support of remote communications, and support encryption and key material for COMSEC devices KIV-7 and KG-75. Engineering Support for Intelligence Electronic Warfare Collection Systems. Intelligence Electronic Warfare ground systems, fixed and deployable communications systems; UNIX & PC-based clients, database servers, equipment facilitating the receipt, dissemination, display, and analysis of nearrealtime (NRT) satellite broadcast data, intelligence modules. Safeguarded and Controlled physical COMSEC material, including controlled cryptographic items (CCI), electronic key, keyed common- fill devices, cryptographic equipment, and electronically generated keys, STU-III.

MTISC USAEUR CECOM IEW RSC Europe Friedrichsfeld, Germany. May 2000 February 2003 (DOD Contractor) Senior Electronics Technician SIGINT Responsible for troubleshooting, evaluating, repairing and functional testing the following classified United States Army SIGINT Intelligence Electronic Warfare (IEW) Radar and Avionics systems. Using Manual and Automated test station equipment, on the following platforms: UH-60 (Blackhawk), AH-64 A, D Apache Longbow, AN/TLQ-17 (V) A (TRAFFICJAM) AN/TRQ-32 (V) 2 (TEAMMATE), AN/TSQ-138 (TRAILBLAZE R), AN/ALQ-151 (QUICKFIX). AN/TSQ-190 (TROJAN). AN/APR-39A (V) Radar warning receiver, AN/ALQ-136(V) Radar Jammer. Repaired, Receivers, Transmitters, Troubleshoot communications circuits in support of remote communications, and support encryption and key material for COMSEC Devices. STU-III, KIV-7 and KG-75, Cisco Routers. programmable logic controller (PLC). Tested, troubleshoot, aligned and repaired systems and subassemblies, CCAs, to component level. Provided technical IEW system experience in support of U.S. Army field support, and training to journeymen and apprentice military technicians, with the focus of continuity training in direct support of Critical U.S. Military missions. Manpower Technical Services Agilent Technologies Lake Stevens, Washington. April 2000 May 2000 (Contactor) Senior Electronics Engineer System test, diagnosis, circuit analysis, and modification using Manual and Automated test station equipment. Test and Evaluation of 64 Bit A / D converters. System test, diagnosis, circuit analysis, and modification. Butler Telecom Northern Telecom / Airtouch Los Angeles, California. April 1999 October 1999 (Contactor) Radio Frequency Microwave Optimization Technician Conducted BTS CDMA / AMPS Nortel Cellular test & turn-up for CDMA / AMPS Cellular Base Stations. Accomplished complex RF reflection and gain measurements on voice and data channels, using automated test station equipment. Aligned RF power amplifiers for optimum radiation pattern and propagation. Utilized software test scripts and equipment to analyze system failures and isolate hardware faults between base station equipment, and the Network Operations Center. Configured T-1 scripts on transmission circuits. STS Technical Services Dassault Aviation Little Rock, Arkansas February 1999- April 1999 (Contactor) Avionics Technician FAA Avionics System Airworthiness Inspections. Falcon Series. (MDTSC) McDonnell Douglas Technical Services Boeing-Military Airlift and Tanker Program Boeing C-17 AMPAC Rams Team Charleston AFB, South Carolina. November 1998 - February 1999 (DOD Contractor) Sr. Field Avionics Technician Boeing C-17 Rams Team performing field modifications, installations, and testing of Operational Flight Programs. Performed all technical aspects of the ARC 210 UHF/ VHF Satellite Secure Communications upgrade to include system test and integration. Accomplished aircraft system operational checks, to USAF and Boeing QA guidelines. Final conformance platform testing per USAF Contract requirements and Boeing Quality Assurance program. BPS (Boeing Process Specification), DPS (Douglas Process Specification)

(MDTSC) McDonnell Douglas Technical Services Boeing Airplane Group Renton, Washington. September 1998 - November 1998 (Contractor) Aircraft Avionics Final Test Technician Tested overall avionics suite packages on 737 and 757 using engineering documentation and aircraft configuration per applicable drawings and work instructions. Troubleshot and installed Flight control and Airpack systems using diagrams, schematics on 757-200, and 757-300 aircraft. Accomplished aircraft avionic system Federal Aviation Administration acceptance checks using manual and automated test station equipment. BPS (Boeing Process Specification). (MDTSC) McDonnell Douglas Technical Services Boeing-Military Airlift and Tanker Program. Boeing C-17 AMPAC Rams Team. Charleston AFB, South Carolina. April 1998-September 1998 (DOD Contractor) Field Avionics Technician Installed the following upgrades: Airlift Mobility Precision Approach Capability Precision Landing System, (AMPAC).VOR, DEM, ILS, Com-Nav, Per Boeing manufacturing process specifications and engineering orders. Modifications, installations, and testing of Operational Flight Programs on Microwave landing system. VSWR RF insertion Loss measurements and avionics 1553 bus integrity checks using Network Analyzer Manual and Automated test station equipment. Accomplished aircraft system operational checks, to USAF and Boeing QA guidelines. Final conformance platform testing per USAF Contract requirements and Boeing Quality assurance program. BPS (Boeing Process Specification), DPS (Douglas Process Specification). STS Technical Services Northrop Grumman Test and Evaluation Center Lake Charles, Louisiana. January 1998 March 1998 (DOD Contractor) Electrical Quality Assurance Inspector. JSTARS Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System. STS Technical Services Bombardier Aviation Repair Center Wichita, Kansas. October 1997- December 1997 (Contractor) Avionics Technician, Production line Technician Customer Service Center, FAA Avionics System Airworthiness Inspections. Lear jet 45,20,30,60 series. STS Technical Services Grand Cayman Airways August-1997 August 1997 (Contractor) Avionics Technician Boeing 737 TCAS Installation. STS Technical Services Bombardier Aviation Repair Center. Wichita, Kansas. February 1997- July 1997 (Contractor) Avionics Technician, Production line Technician Customer Service Center, FAA Avionics, System Airworthiness Inspections. Lear jet, 20,30,45,60 Series. Challenger Series.

(MDC) McDonnell Douglas Corporation St. Louis, Missouri. July 1996 - September 1996 (Contractor) Mechanical Electrical Radar Systems Specialist Forward Looking Infrared Radar Technician Installed, tested and troubleshot Electronic Defensive avionics systems on F-18 aircraft using manual and automated RF test equipment.Tested and troubleshot FA-18 Forward Looking Infrared Radar (FLIR), Navigation Infrared Radar (NAVFLIR), RF Measurements: Modulation, spurious noise, EMI, reflection, and gain, On the Following FA-18 Series model configurations: FN-18 A, B, C, (Finnish Air Force) SA-18 A, B, C, (Saudi Air Force), SD-A, B, C, (Spanish Air Force).SF-18 A, B, C, D, (Swiss Air Force), FA-18 A, B, C, (United States Navy). (MDTSC) McDonnell Douglas Technical Services Phoenix International Airport Arizona. June 1996 July 1996 (Contractor) Field Avionics Technician Tested, installed, and modified, the following Avionics systems on MD-11 Series. FMS, GPWS, TCAS, UNS, and MODE-S. STS Technical Services Lockheed Air Modification Center Greenville, North Carolina. Apr 1996 - Jun 1996 (DOD Contractor) Field Avionics Technician Provided technical oversight on electrical integration of the Hughes Santa Fe project to include installation, modification, and quality assurance testing of the following systems: Flight Management System, Ground Proximity Weather System Radar, Traffic Collision Avoidance System Radar, UNS, MODE-S interrogator transponder, NAV, Systems. FAA Inspections. (MDTSC) McDonnell Douglas Technical Services Roswell Industrial Air Center Roswell, New Mexico. Apr 1995 - Oct 1995 (Contractor) Field Avionics Technician Established test conditions, configuration requirements and directing the installation team to accomplish all aspects of System integration and installation of the Audio/Video systems. FAA Avionics System Airworthiness Inspections. DC-8, DC-9 Commercial aircraft. CDI Technical Services Allied Signal Aerospace Torrance, California. Aug 1994 - Jan 1995 (DOD Contractor) Quality Assurance Inspector QA Conformance testing and first article inspections on incoming, Electrical and Mechanical Components and assemblies included in the manufacturing and assembly of the International Space Station, ISO9002--Mil STD 1520C/Mil W.

CDI Technical Services Milcom International Inc Irvine, California. Sept 1993 - Aug 1994 (DOD Contractor) Associate RF Engineer Performed Research and Development (R & D) testing, aligning, modifying, and optimizing feed forward Microwave Monolithic Integrated Circuit (MMIC) and Monolithic Integrated Circuit (MIC) amplifiers for Motorola Analog cellular base stations. Utilized phase and gain calibration adjustments and S -Parameter measurements. Performed RF Modulation, Spurious Noise, EMI, Reflection, Gain Measurements. Utilizing Manual and Automated test equipment. Satellite Technology Management Inc. Irvine, California. Aug 1992 - Sept 1993 RF Test Engineer Performed Research and Development (R & D) of TDMA (Time Domain Multiple Access). RF modem measurements on C and Ku Band systems and VSAT equipment to include, RF Modulation, Spurious Noise, EMI, Reflection, S Parameter Phase and Gain Measurements MMIC. Tested, aligned, repaired and replaced microwave up converters, down converters, IF Amplifiers, burst demodulators, mixers, and band pass filters, phase locked Loops, and Multi layered PCB surface mounted BPSK Voice / Data modems to Component Level. Configured Satellite Mini Hub for bandwidth allocation using X25 Protocols and application software. Analysed system failures between distributed equipment, utilized Manual and Automated test station equipment and programs, to verify electrical sensitivity, selectivity. (MTBF)Mean Time between failure statistical analyses and environmental performance testing. United States Air Force Active Duty June 1982 - June 1992 USAF RES 1992-1998 Electronic Warfare Countermeasures Systems Specialist Electro Environmental Systems Specialist EW Shop Primary Mock up Crew chief, on the AN/ALM-191, AN/ALR-69, AN/ALE-40 Electronic Warfare / Counter Measures Systems. 10th TFW 10 th CRS,18th Component Repair Squadron (CRS), 9th Strategic Air Wing 9th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron (AMS). Technical Order Monitor (TODO), Time Compliance Technical Order Monitor (TCTO), Due In From Maintenance Monitor (DIFM). Test, Measurement & Diagnostic Equipment Monitor (TMDE). COMSEC Custodian. STU-III. 10th CRS, 18th CRS Component Repair Squadron 57th TFW 57th (CRS) Consolidated tool kit monitor (CTK) 10th CRS 18th CRS 9th (AMS) Time Compliance Technical Order Aircraft and System Hardware Modifications (TCTO). 18th (TFW) 18th CRS,10th (TFW) 10th CRS, 57th (TFW) 57th CRS. Electronic Warfare Lab Technical Order Librarian. 10 th (CRS), 18th (CRS), 57th (CRS) Performed Technical Order Library Inspections within the 10th, 18th (CRS) Performed Preflight and Post flight Inspections and Air Crew Debriefings. Performed QA Isochronal and Periodic Phase Inspections. 18 th CRS 10th CRS 9th AMS, 57th (CRS) Accomplished Aircraft Pre / Post flight inspections and system maintenance checks. Annotated AFTO form 781, CAMS, LRU and Aircraft Inspection / Maintenance forms. Managed USAF OJT 3 Level to 5 Level Upgrade maintenance training program. 10th TFW 10 th CRS, 18th TFW 18th CRS 57th TFW 57th (CRS). Electronic Warfare Lab, and Flight Line proficiency training requirements. Performed aircraft towing, jacking, servicing, Preflight, Postflight, Phase inspections, Crew Debrief and Ground test support in accordance with appropriate Technical Orders and or established procedures.

US AIR FORCE EW Aircraft Systems: SR-71: DEF A2 RF Microwave Signal Jamming Transmitter with Lab Mock up EW/ECM DEF C Early Warning Receiver EW/ECM DEF F RF Microwave Signal Jamming Transmitter EW/ECM DEF H RF Microwave Signal Jamming Transmitter with Lab Mock up EW/ECM U-2: Oscar Radar Warning Direction Finding System with Lab Mock up Electronic Warfare Signals Intelligence EW/ECM/SIGINT) RF-4C: AN/ALQ-125 RF Emitter Direction Finding System with Lab Mock up Electronic Warfare Signals Intelligence (EW/SIGINT) A-10A: ALQ-131 Radar Jammer, with Lab Mock up EW/ECM AN/ALR-69 Radar warning receiver / with Lab Mock up EW/ECM AN/ALR-46 Radar warning receiver / with Lab Mock up EW/ECM AN/ALE- 40 Chaff Flare Dispensing System / with Lab Mock up EW/ECM Installed, Tested, Troubleshoot, Maintained, and Repaired EW Offensive and Defensive Systems C-130/C141: Installed, Tested, Troubleshoot, Maintained, and Repaired Electro Environmental Systems and LRUs. Summary: One Hundred and Thirty-Nine (139) weeks of specialized training on the following specialized Knowledge disciplines: SIGINT Intelligence/Electronic Warfare, Electronic Counter Measures, Electro Environmental, Avionics, military systems and test equipment. Subject Matter Expert on systems and equipment whose specification and performance utilized the following (RF) Radio Frequency bands, within the Electromagnetic Spectrum. (ELF, VF, VLF, LF, MF, HF, UHF, VHF, SHF). Inspected, Repaired and Maintained, Modified, Military, and Commercial, (C4I) Command, Control, Communication, and Computer Intelligence Systems, (EW) Electronic Warfare Systems, (ECM) Electronic Countermeasures Systems, (IT) Information Technology and (Telecommunication Systems), to include, IP/TCP Data Routers. Performed Pass Fail test verification of Systems and LRUs using Manual and Computer Automated Test Equipment and Stations, Encompassing all aspects of equipment system configuration, performance specification, and performance testing. Sanitized COMSEC material, Memory and storage devices. Performed the following RF measurements to isolate equipment malfunctions and initiate repair actions: CW / Pulse Wave: Amplitude and Frequency Modulation, Reflection, Gain, Phase Angle, Spurious Noise, EMI, Sensitivity, Selectivit y. Impedance Matching, Return Loss, S Parameter, Defensive Avionic Systems, Microwave Transmitters and Receivers, Noise Generators, Travelling Wave Tubes, Direction finding systems, Early Warning Radar Systems. Core Automated Maintenance System (CAMS).

Military/Civilian Awards & Certificates: (USAF) Honorable Discharge Active Duty June 1992. Air Force Commendation Medal. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with Valor (four oak leaf clusters). Air Force Longevity Service Award (one oak leaf cluster). National Defense Service Medal. Air Force Good Conduct Medal (two oak leaf clusters). South West Asia Service Medal (three bronze service stars). Saudi Arabia Liberation Medal and Liberation of Kuwait Medal. United States Air Forces Europe (USAFE) Traffic Management Office 10th (TFW) Tactical Fighting Wing 10th Transportation Squadron Certificate of Appreciation Customs Inspection Program. (NATO) NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION (TAC) Tactical Air Command (ORI) Operational Readiness Inspection. Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Performance. Boeing Airlift and Tanker Programs: Brigadier Gen, Charles L, Johnson USAF Program Director for C-17 SPO Certificate of Outstanding Technical Expertise on the C-17 Airlift Mobility Precision Approach Capability Precision Landing System, (AMPAC). Certificate of Appreciation for Team Work for the Airlift Mobility Precision Approach Capability Precision Landing System, (AMPAC). Security Clearance: Yes Top Secret March 2011. Languages: English, French, Spanish, German. Swiss B Permit 2005-2008