MOS 94H TMDE Maintenance Support Specialist
NCOER Bullets

o served as TMDE Team Chief for 183D SMC, improved average turn-around time by 40%

o established a clear line of communication with the Iraqi Air Force (IqAF)

o provided calibration support for multiple contractors such as Bell Helicopter and Textron Inc, resulting in expanded maintenance capability in the AOR

o demonstrated an unmatched commitment to equipment readiness

o strived to learn and grow as the TMDE assistant in the processing of 1-75 calibration requirements

o reduced maintenance backlog to 10 days for the first time in 3 years; improved quality of maintenance

o maintained 130 items of TMDE equipment and ensured the company's equipment was fully mission capable

o identified local source for recertification; saved the Army $3,000 annually

o turned in 125 pieces of unneeded TMDE equipment valued at over $200,000, reduced maintenance requirements vy 30%

o facilitated 6 commodity shops' efforts to support 122 customers and complete 2,005 work orders

o his technical expertise was crucial to the repair of 144 pieces of Interior Communication and Navigation equipment

Using a multimeter to troubleshoot

o established strict TMDE account control procedures; ensured 120 mission critical items were calibrated and available

o enabled six maintenance shops to support 188 customer units in the completion of 3,789 work orders

o arranged loan of scarce TMDE for pre-deployment tactical training; enabled vital training and increased deployment readiness

o identified and repaired grounding hazard on an AH-64 TMDE and certified it as fully operational; ensured zero mission delays

o repaired grounding fault on critical TMDE; prevented condemnation of the item and saved the Army $20,000 in replacement cost

o installed, calibrated, and tested 37 medical and dental equipment items valued at more than $100,000 and saved the Army over $20,000 in installation and contract costs

o troubleshot and repaired the XXXX shops's Automatic Pressure Calibrator returning it to service and saving $60,000 in replacement cost

o worked closely with the shop supervisor in the logistical planning and on-site calibration of the Navy's Mobile Dive Trailer

o mentored new apprentices in the repair and calibration of pressure measuring instruments

o oversaw the removal of 150 pieces of damaged and obsolete equipment worth over $200,000

o developed and oversaw the micro-miniature and gauge calibration programs and trained 6 Soldiers in the process and requirements for certification

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