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12601 S. GreenApt. 1605, Phase II

Houston, Tx.  77034

Phone (281)922-5809

E-mail sgtdiablo@aol.com


Christopher D. Moore

Objective: To obtain a career opportunity as an Airframe and Powerplant mechanic.


Highlight of Qualifications

· FAA Licensed Airframe and Powerplant (number pending) mechanic with over six years of hands on aircraft maintenance experience.

· Consistently recognized for reliability and “can-do” attitude stemming from a strong work ethic.

· Experienced in levels of maintenance ranging from line maintenance to component and engine overhaul to engine rebuild.

· Proven abilities to manage time and resources, set priorities, meet deadlines, and maintain quality production.

· Extensive maintenance management experience in leadership, team building, mentoring, problem resolution, and safety.

· Proven reputation for setting and meeting the most challenging of personal and organizational goals.

· Excellent oral and written communication skills and a professional demeanor.

· Award winning ability to learn and master multiple maintenance data systems in a timely and efficient manner.

· Career oriented individual not afraid to get dirty focused on excellence and safety.


Employment Apr 2001-Date Bittick Services Pearland, Tx.

Assistant Manager§

Assisted in the design and installation of home siding systems and interior remodeling and repair.

§ Worked closely with customers to address options, details, and any changes required.

§ Arranged and managed logistical support for each project site.

Reason for resignation:  To pursue a career in aviation maintenance.

Dec 2000-Mar 2001           On-Site Aviation/General Electric       Houston, Tx.Gas Turbine Technician

§ Performed Depot level repair and rebuild of GE LM6000 and LM2500 series engines.

§ Performed compressor rotor teardown, rebuild, and balancing.

§ Demonstrated the ability to quickly and efficiently master different machinery, tooling, methodologies, and maintenance data systems.

Reason for resignation:  End of contract.

Nov 1996-Mar 2000             HMT-301/USMC                        Kaneohe, Hi.Maintenance/Material Manager, Flightline SNCOIC, SSgt/E-6

§ Managed team of up to 65 technicians in routine and required upkeep and maintenance of up to 7 CH-53D heavy helicopters.

§ Planned and initiated required scheduled and unscheduled inspections in accordance with regulations.

§ Worked closely with technicians to assure prompt and proper documentation of maintenance performed.

§ Trained, mentored, and supervised personnel assigned to the Flightline division.

§ Performed administrative duties of work center to include quarterly and annual performance evaluations of all personnel assigned, recording and tracking skills progression for each individual, and resolving any conflicts in timely manner.

§ Demonstrated expertise in troubleshooting and repair of gas turbine engines and drivetrain systems.

Reason for Resignation: End of Enlistment/Honorable Discharge

Feb 1993-Nov 1996         HMX-1/USMC                               Quantico, Va.Turboshaft Engine and Dynamic Component Mechanic, Sgt/E-5

§ Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and overhaul on T64-GE-413/416, T58-GE-16/400B, T700-GE-701 engines, and helicopter rotor systems and dynamic components.

§ Provided hangar and field repairs for CH-53D/E, CH-46E, VH-3D, and VH-60N aircraft.



Jul 2002-Oct 2002 Westwood College of Aviation Houston, Tx.Sheetmetal and Reciprocating Engines

Mar 2000-Dec 2000          San Jacinto College                             Houston, Tx.


Military Education

Aviation Machinist’s Mate- Aircraft Maintenance (9 weeks/ 342 Hours)T64-GE-413/415/416 Complete Engine Repair   (4 weeks/ 160 Hours)T700-GE-400/401/700 Complete Engine Repair (4 weeks/ 160 Hours)CH-53 Helicopter and Powerplants and Related Maintenance                                                                             (16 weeks/ 672 Hours)

Naval Aviation Maintenance Control Admin.        (2 weeks/ 80 Hours)


Security clearance 1993-1996 Obtained and maintained a Top Secret “YW” security clearance for matters involving the transportation and security of the President of the United States.


Awards received “Honor Graduate” for CH-53 maintenance course.Navy Achievement Medal for professional accomplishments.2 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medals.Presidential Service Badge.Aided unit in receiving the 1999 Naval Safety Award.

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