Godfrey J

Military Aviation Technician-10+ years Experience as Contractor FSR



Education Level:

Some College Units Completed

Will Relocate:



Helicopter Technical Inspector - Aviation Systems Maintenance Technician III


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American Airmen School of Aeronautics General Aviation Maintenance DOT/ FAA 1999 Certification Degree
William B. Taft General Education 1977 High School/GED Degree



US Government/ Military contracted Field Service Representative equipment fielding in support of PEO3CT initiatives while working with Engineering Solution and Products, QinetiQ NA, Westar Aerospace and Defense Group- SEG, ELMCO, and DynCorp International US Government/ Military contracted MRO aviation technical support while working for DynCorp International Instructor Airframe and Powerplant while working with Teterboro School of Aeronautics, and Kawasaki Helicopter, Saudi Arabia AWARDS: Impact Service Award- QinetiQ-NA SEG Impact Service (2ND Award) - Westar Aerospace& Defense Group Impact Service (1ST Award) - Westar Aerospace& Defense Group Service Award- Program Manager Blue Force Tracking Aviation Impact Service Award- DynCorp Europe US Army Unit Citation in support of the US ARMY's 6/17 CAV Operation Enduring Freedom 2010-2011 US Army Certificate of Achievement Operation Iraq Freedom 2004 thru 2005, and 2006 thru 2009 US Army Achievement Medal US Army Commendation Medal US Army Good Conduct Medal 3 Awards US Army Senior Air Crewman Badge US Army Air Crewman Badge US Army Expert Rifle Badge US Army Expert Pistol Badge US Army Expert Grenade Badge

Companies I like:

Lanmark Technology, Aerotek Aviation, LLC, DynCorp International LLC, • Leidos - King's Bay, GA, S3INC.COM, L-3 Communications


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 Supervise and direct all personnel assigned to the Quality Assurance and Inspection Departments Direct, plan and lay out details of inspection standards, methods, and procedures to comply with all applicable Civil Aviation Regulations and manufacturer’s recommendations.  Maintain a current file system of pertinent US Army Regulation 95–1, AR 750–1, DA Pamphlet 738-751, FM 3-04.500, TB 1-1500-341-01, and FAR (PART 145), specifications and airworthiness directives.  All inspection functions associated with the repair cycle including final outgoing inspection, calibrated tool/ test equipment program, and AMT II initial and recurrent training of all assigned personnel  Secure and maintain technical data on all aircrafts, and Time Change Components returned to service by the facility repair station  Sustain Audit/Surveillance Programs both internal and external as an ongoing process and discrepancies and corrective actions are noted for record  Ensures that no defective or non-airworthy parts are installed in any component or unit released by the repair station including all final incoming inspections on all material used by the repair station  Plans, conducts and supervises aircraft technical inspections, ensures compliance with aircraft configuration control, Army Oil Analysis Program and test measuring diagnostic calibrations.  Prepare forms and records related to aircraft maintenance and use applicable STAMIS systems  Provide technical guidance and oversight of AMT II who perform remedial maintenance and inspections of aircraft, components during their assembly/ installation and adjustment on aircraft.  Ensure that the workmanship and materials used conform to the aircraft’s manufacturers, and AETD specifications and maintenance manual procedures.  Monitors systems testing, avionics / electrical systems installations and operational checkouts.  Determines accuracy of installation of components in airframe, powerplant and avionics systems to ensure specified tolerances are met including assembly, modification, Final and Preflight Inspections  Manage, and use ULSA-E Electronic Logbooks and IETM; updates/ maintains Aircraft Records (paper and computerized).  Logs inspections performed on aircraft; track and manage processes to ensure specified compliance's are met regarding Aviation Service Action Message, Aviation Maintenance Action Message, Aviation Directives, Service Bulletins, and CSNs, applicable to the aircraft.