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Drake Griffin 3605 Norma Scott Rd. San Diego, California 92136 H: 3126089222 M: 31260892222 drake.griffin@cg71.navy.mil and dg1362e88@westpost.

net Professional Profile United States Navy Electrician Mate with over 4 years experience. Areas of exper ience include troubleshooting of electrical circuits, installation of electrical equipment, shipboard electrical distribution. Qualifications * Strong verbal communication * Computer proficient * Risk management processes and analysis * Reading and interpreting schematic diagrams and electrical blueprints * Operating and maintaining power and lighting circuits, electrical fixtures, fi lm projectors, motors, generators, controllers, switchboards, voltage and freque ncy regulators, and other test equipment * Skilled in the maintaining of equipment operating logs * Constructing standard wire splices; detecting and locating grounds, open circu its, and short circuits in lighting and power circuits * Soldering electrical connections; examining motors and generators for conditio ns and needed maintenance; operating AC and DC generators; replacing bearings in generators and motors Relevant Experience

* Testing for short circuits; rebuilding electrical equipment * Operating standard test and metering equipment, including multimeters, voltmet ers, ammeters, ohmmeters, oscilloscopes, stroboscopes, voltage testers, and watt meters * Repairing portable electrical tools * Troubleshooting and repairing small boat electrical systems * Operating, maintaining, and preserving auxiliary machinery and various pumps, motors, and associated equipment * Testing and maintaining signal lights, search lights, and beacons * Preparing, activating, and servicing storage batteries

* Maintaining electrical cooking equipment * Computing resistance, current, voltage, phase angle, and impedance Program manager * Managed Shipboard 3M system to include preventive maintenance scheduling, comp letion and deferral in one of the ships larges work centers * Manged Shipboard part supply system to include the ordering and return of ship board operation parts Computer Proficiency * Used Microsoft Excel to develop inventory tracking spreadsheets. Project Manag ement * Managed and supervised in the installation, repair and removal of electrical e quipment and systems Education 2007 Hot Springs High School Truth or Consequence, New Mexico, United States Recruit Training Great Lakes, IL * 1 Semester hour in personal conditioning * 1 Semester hour in personal community health Basic Engineering Common Core (BE CC) Center for Naval Engineering Learning Site Great lakes, IL * Description, Upon Clompletion of the course, the student will be able to perfo rm at the apprentice level as a non-nuclear engineer in a shipboard enviorment; function safely on the shipboard, including control for HAZMAT, personnal protec tive equipment and tag-out procedures; safely operate and maintain various mecan ical components; and prepare report and maintain operating logs according to pro cedures. * 2 Semester hours in industrial safety * 1 Semester hours in CPR instructor training and certification * 3 Semester hours in introduction to mechanical systems * 2 Semester hours in fire science * 1 Semester hours in hazardous materials Electrician's Mate Apprentice Technical Training Center for Surface Combat Systems Great Lakes, IL

* Description, Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to addres s basic electronic technical areas to include direct and alternating current, an alog and digital devices, and associated devices and subsystems. * 2 Semester hours in DC circuits * 2 Semester hours in AC circuits * 1 Semester hours in digital circuits * 1 Semester hours in motor controls Electrical Strand 9C Center for Naval Engineering, Learning Site Great Lakes, IL * Description, Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to operat e and maintain electrical distribution systems shipboard; operate and troublesho ot motors and motor control systems; operate test equipment; and interpret test equipment readings. * 1 Semester hours in motor controls * 1 Semester hours in electrical power distribution Lamps MK-III Rast Electrical Technician Center for Naval Engineering Learning Si te Norfolk, VA * Description, Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform electrical/electronic maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair on the Re covery, Assist, Securing and Traversing (RAST) system and Horizon Reference Set (HRS) system to the component level. * 2 Semester hours in motor control devices * 3 Semester hours in electrical/electronic systems troubleshooting and repair. Occupation ID: EM3, Petty Officer 3rd Class * 2 Semester hours in principles of electronic circuits * 3 Semester hours in computer applications * 3 Semester hours in technical mathematics Occupation ID: EM2 Petty Officer 2nd Class, PNA * 2 Semester hours in principles of electronic circuits * 3 Semester hours in computer applications * 3 Semester hours in technical mathematics * 3 Semester hours in technical writings * 2 Semester hours in electrical systems troubleshooting and reapir

Additional Information * Served on Ticonderoga class cruiser, CG71 USS Cape St. George Awards * Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal , for serving as underway replenishment sliding padeye operator on USS Cape St. George CG71 preventing a major safty mishap * Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, for serving as a drilling watch stander on USS Cape St. Geroge CG71 achieving outstanding marks Military Cerifications July 2007 * Electrician's Mate Apprentice Technical Training, U.S. Navy, Center for to Surface Combat Systems, Great Lakes 2005 to 2005. Addressing basic April 2011 electronic technical areas to include direct and alternating current, analog and digital devices, and associated devices and subsystems. * Basic Engineering Common Core, U.S. Navy, Center for Naval Engineering, Learning Site Great Lakes, Great Lakes, IL 2005 to 2005. Apprentice level of Non-Nuclear Engineer. Safely controlling HAZMAT, personnel protective equipment and tag-out procedures. Safely operating and maintaining various mechanical components. Preparing reports and maintaining operating logs according to procedures. * Lamps MK-III Rast Electrical Technician, Description; able to perform electrical/electronic maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair on the Recovery, Assist, Securing and Traversing (RAST) system and Horizon Reference Set (HRS) system to the component level. References Christopher Tony Gans, LTJG USN * Damage Control Assitant, United States Navy * Cell: 563-340-7660, * Work: 619-556-4000, * Address: 3125 Sweetwater Springs Blvd APT 96 Spring Valley, CA 91978

* Email: christopher.gans@cg71.navy.mil * Relation: Former supervisor/division officer Justin Paul VanHorn, 2nd Class Pe tty Officer, USN * Cell: 760-458-3820 * Work: 619-556-4000 * Address: 8539 Fanita Dr. , Santee, CA 92071 * Email: justin.vanhorn@cg71.navy.mil * Relation: Former Co worker Please inquire, if needed, for more references