Al Anwar Rivas

Al Anwar Rivas

Work History

Work History
Nov 2004 - Aug 2012

Segeant/Avionics Tech

United States Army

Supervises or performs maintenance on aircraft electrical/electronic systems and aircraft crew station instruments. SKILL LEVELS UP TO 20: Removes and replaces electrical/electronic elements of assemblies and components, including electrical wiring, aircraft battery systems, and instruments; applies proper soldering techniques during circuitry repair; cleans, preserves, and stores electrical/electronic components and aircraft instruments; uses and maintains common and special tools; maintains and repairs ground support equipment; uses aircraft forms and records; prepares requests for turn-in and repair parts. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>

Provides technical guidance to subordinates; applies troubleshooting techniques to diagnose and localize malfunctions to specific electrical/electronic components including solid state and transistorized subsystems; disassembles, repairs, reassembles, adjusts, and tests electrical/electronic elements of assemblies and components; applies principles of pneudraulics to troubleshooting of interfacing electropneudraulic systems and components; repairs and replaces printed circuits; repairs nickel cadmium batteries; performs maintenance on diagnostic equipment; prepares forms and records.

Education

Education

Non

Coast line Community College

Skills

Skills

Aircraft Avionics Repair

Maintains and repairs electronic communications systems and inflight navigation and detection systems on aircraft. Duty assignments are designated as either O-Level (troubleshooting and replacing module systems on aircraft) or I-Level (disassembling, repairing, and bench-testing modules); persons assigned the AT rating receive equivalent training and must pass the same advancement examinations, regardless of whether duty assignments have been O-Level, I-Level, or both. Bench tests components of and maintains radar systems, radar and tactical displays, IFF/SIF equipment, radar altimeters, Doppler navigation equipment, radio navigation equipment, analog computing devices, communications systems, CIC and electronic countermeasures equipment, laser and fiber-optic equipment, infrared devices, recorder systems, and aircraft digital data systems; follows standard checkout procedures to locate malfunctions; reads schematics and block diagrams; uses basic and RF electronic test equipment and specialized system test equipment; completes maintenance forms; inventories parts and supplies; maintains technical library; performs avionics corrosion control

Aircraft Avionics Repair

Maintains and repairs electronic communications systems and inflight navigation and detection systems on aircraft. Duty assignments are designated as either O-Level (troubleshooting and replacing module systems on aircraft) or I-Level (disassembling, repairing, and bench-testing modules); persons assigned the AT rating receive equivalent training and must pass the same advancement examinations, regardless of whether duty assignments have been O-Level, I-Level, or both. Bench tests components of and maintains radar systems, radar and tactical displays, IFF/SIF equipment, radar altimeters, Doppler navigation equipment, radio navigation equipment, analog computing devices, communications systems, CIC and electronic countermeasures equipment, laser and fiber-optic equipment, infrared devices, recorder systems, and aircraft digital data systems; follows standard checkout procedures to locate malfunctions; reads schematics and block diagrams; uses basic and RF electronic test equipment and specialized system test equipment; completes maintenance forms; inventories parts and supplies; maintains technical library; performs avionics corrosion control

Aircraft Avionics Repair

Secret

United States Navy