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91B-All wheeled Vehicle Mechanic

Army National Guard

Perform Services and Maintenance checks on all Military vehicles. Including Mechanical repairs, troubleshooting and general maintenance. While maintaining mental and physical health and overcoming stressful situation and leading fellow soldiers to success. 

June 2014November 2016

Assistant Line Lead

Tyson Foods

June 2014 started as Grinder Operator.

November 2014 Promoted To Mixer Operator.

May 2015 Promoted to assistant Line lead.

Assisted in properly grinding meats, Mixing meat blends, and maintenance managing the hotdog department.

November 20162017

Apprentice Technician

Discount Tire

Properly service Tires in a safe and timely Fashion, Possess Great customer service skills and work under stressful situations.


Concrete Construction

Schepers Concrete

Set Footings

Set Walls

Set Floors

Operate Fork trucks, Sky Tracks, and Bob Cats

Basic understanding of blue prints

Fast paced at learning and follow specific instructions.



Employment Staffing

Work on assigned jobs until assignment ends.



Highschool Diploma

Wyoming Park

General Education

June 2012November 2012

91B All wheeled vehicle Mechanic Training 

Army National Guard.

12 weeks of indepth training on all systems of military vehicles.

Including Troubleshooting





All drive train components

And electrical.

Area of Expertise

Mechanical and hard labor.

Knowledgeable in basic mechanical operations of vehicles with the ability to learn quickly and work with a purpose to always improve.