• I enthusiastically took on the role of head of the spray paint team, successfully painting numerous spaces totaling over 10,000 square feet. By handling the cleaning, prepping, and painting myself, I saved $15,000 in contractor expenditures.
  • I skillfully painted 17 600-gallon fuel tanks, effectively preventing corrosion and ensuring the functionality and readiness of assets worth $200,000 for deployment.
  • I proactively upgraded a portable paint cart and paint gun cleaner to meet Environmental Protection Agency standards, demonstrating my technical knowledge and commitment to compliance.
  • My exceptional technical expertise and endurance were instrumental in efficiently completing over 860 corrosion control maintenance actions and contributing more than 1,000 man-hours in direct support of 8 assigned C-130 aircraft.
  • I successfully completed the exterior refurbishment of 11 AGE units by sanding, priming, and painting them, ensuring the sustained operation of the AGE fleet.
  • I accomplished over 1,000 maintenance actions, including 14 critical phase inspections and over 200 paint/corrosion repairs, which required over 2,200 man-hours and 3 TDYs.
  • As a highly productive technician, I played a key role in the expedited and professional painting of the command’s aircraft. The impressive results I achieved greatly boosted Esprit de Corps throughout the squadron.
  • During the deployment for Cobra Gold 2012, I actively participated in the construction of an elementary school in Chon Buri Province, Thailand. I helped place 3,000 square feet of CMU block and painted 5,000 square feet, contributing to the successful completion of the project.
  • As a member of the paint team for Ready 7, I made significant contributions to the painting of the entire second deck and bulkheads in less than 30 days, ensuring the completion of the task within the given timeframe.
  • I efficiently managed the painting of over 100 DIFM assets, resulting in items being turned in serviceable and increasing parts availability by 30%.
  • I held the distinction of being the only qualified corrosion control instructor Army-wide. Through providing Corrosion Control and A/C Paint and Final Finish courses, both locally and forward deployed, I successfully qualified 77 Soldiers in these areas.
  • I supervised and trained Soldiers in the proper painting of 32 aircraft wheels, achieving flawless results that reinstated $333,000 worth of vital warfighting assets.
  • I skillfully refurbished 42 pieces of aerospace ground equipment, applying new paint and reducing the potential for corrosion by 50%.
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