Arnel J. Moody
Objective: Desire a position using expertise and experience in the areas of aviation maintenance, production control, quality control, technical inspection, personnel supervision and shop operations to benefit an aviation company.
Qualification Summary: |
Over 8 years of progressive work experience on multiple airframes such as Bell (OH-58D), MacDonald Douglas (Apache AH-64) and Sikorski (Blackhawk UH-60) aircraft.
Troubleshot integrated and complex systems such as mast mounted sites, airframes, and avionics.
Managed all aspects of production/quality control to include scheduled/unscheduled maintenance.
Obtained Distinguished Honor Graduate from two career aviation maintenance courses.
Technical Inspector, Quality Control, Weight and Balance Authority with Automated Weight and Balance System (AWBS 9.0-9.2), Unit Level Logistics System-Aviation (ULLS-A SCP6)
Licensed as a Master Driver and implemented a ground safety operator’s program.
Used software applications to include MS Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and military specific (ULLS-A) to manage parts, labor hours, resources, and quality control.
Pursuing an A&P License to enhance maintenance skills on power plant systems and airframes.
Supervised Down Aircraft Recovery Team (DART)
10/15/06 – Present
OIFNET, Inc. 9349 Denton Ave. Hudson, FL 34667
Regional Operation Engineer Manager
Project planning, coordination, and supervised the installation and deployment of satellite base internet for deployed soldiers in Iraq. Negotiated and implemented contracts and Memorandums of Agreements (MOA) with military command elements in Iraq to bring base-wide commercial internet to the soldiers and contractors deployed. Hired and supervised over twelve American personnel and 20 Third Country Nationals. In charge of maintaining accountability through Synchronized Pre-deployment and Operational Trancker (SPOT) personnel Maintained Assembled, acquired satellite signal, maintain and operational repairs of satellite equipment and network infrastructure with over 10,000 users. Assembled, setup, and maintain server racks for bandwidth and administrative management. Installed over 100,000 feet of CAT5 cable with terminations. Installed wireless bridges using Trango, Motorola Canopy System and DLB wireless equipment. Theater Engineer for installation of VSAT equipment using Hughes Net and i-Direct systems. Managed trouble tickets and calls for troubleshooting and repairs of base-wide network.
D Company 1-10 AVN, US Army Fort Drum, NY
Quality Control Team Supervisor
Supervised 8 Technical Inspector’s in the performance of their maintenance work and instructed them in helicopter repair work techniques and procedures according to current directives, technical manuals, and standard operating procedures. Advised and guided personnel in the diagnosing of complex malfunctions. Maintained supply economy and discipline. Prepared evaluations, special reports, and records pertaining to helicopter maintenance repair and related activities.
Trained and developed over 8 new Technical Inspectors for both airframe and avionics and developed the Technical Inspectors training test.
Completed a one year deployment to Iraq in support Operation Iraqi Freedom and 6 months as senior Technical Inspector during split operations.
Integrated manual record maintenance to full automation for 30 OH-58D and 8 UH-60L helicopters within a 2 week period.
Conducted the acceptance inspections of 24 incoming aircraft to the battalion prior to deployment
Replaced tailbooms and weighed 14 of the aircrafts deployed in theater.
Completed over 25 One Time Repair Authorization (OTR) and Estimated Cost of Damage reports (ECOD) reports.
Created spreadsheets and tracked limited service life components.
2/23/04 – 1/31/05 D Company 1-10 AVN, US Army Fort Drum, NY
Supervised and applied quality control and other maintenance management principles and procedures to aircraft maintenance. Evaluated maintenance operations and facilities for compliance with directives, technical manuals, work standards, safety procedures, and operational policies. Performed maintenance trend analysis, production control, and other maintenance management principles and procedures to helicopter maintenance operations. Served as Weight and Balance Authority for the Battalion. Participated in maintenance test flights. Ensured compliance with aircraft configuration control and test measuring diagnostic calibration.
Graduated as Associate of Applied Science from Jefferson County Community College, NY.
Distinguished Honor Graduate at Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course (BNCOC), Fort Eustis, VA.
Completed an 80 hour course and Certified as an Equal Opportunity Representative.
Assisted C-10 AVN in the technical inspections of both OH58D and UH60L during RESET Program.
9/26/03 – 2/22/04 D Company 1-10 AVN, US Army
Fort Drum, NY
Maintenance Floor Supervisor
Supervised 28 aviation mechanics with varied occupational trade skills and airframe assignments. Provided technical guidance to personnel in proper maintenance procedures and techniques. Scheduled/unscheduled maintenance. Troubleshot to diagnose various malfunctions in aircraft subsystems. Counseled and evaluated subordinates on their work performance.
Completed Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC).
Supervised and cross-trained soldiers on the UH-60 Helicopter with 2-10 AVN
Conducted weapons ranges. |
Developed several training courses to aid the progression of aircraft maintainers.
Publication Noncommissioned Officer for D Company.
Supervised and conducted Down Aircraft Recovery Team (DART) in over 20 training and 4 actual recoveries.
Supervisor for battalion tool room and Aviation Ground Support equipment in excess of $2 million. |
Master Driver and licensed on multiple military equipment such as; 4K, 6K, and 10K Forklift; 7 ½ Ton Crane; M998, M1038, M1037, M1097A2, HMMV; M1078WW, M1078A1LMTV 2.5 Ton; aircraft tug; flight line certified.
1/15/98 – 2/22/04 B Company 1-10 AVN, US Army
Fort Drum, NY
Removed and installed aircraft subsystem assemblies such as engines, rotors, gearboxes, transmissions, mechanical flight controls and their components. Conducted services and lubricated aircraft and subsystems. Prepared aircraft for inspections and maintenance checks. Performed a multitude of scheduled inspections and special inspections. Performed maintenance operational checks and assisted in diagnosing and troubleshooting aircraft subsystems using special tools and equipment. Used and performed operator maintenance on tools, special tools and aircraft ground support equipment. Prepared forms and records related to aircraft maintenance. Performed air crewmember duties.
Cross-trained and assisted on the UH-60 and AH-64 during multiple JRTC rotations.
Completed Environmental Compliance Officer Course.
Completed 80 hours Unit Armorer Certification Course and received an Army Achievement Medal as Unit Armorer for outstanding job performance.
Graduated Advance Individual Training as the Distinguished Honor Graduate.
Completed a 40 hour course for Combat Lifesaver.
Auto Body and Paint
Multiple experiences in the automotive collision and repair industry. Working with body damage to the final refinishing paint. Complete details available upon request.
9/99 – 12/04 Jefferson County Community College, Watertown, NY
AAS in General Studies, 73 credit hours completed, GPA 3.2
2-Army Commendation Medals, Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, 2-Army Good Conduct Medals, 2-Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbons, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Aviation Badge, and Driver’s Badge