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Kenneth Green

Aerospace Propulsion Craftsman

Executive Summary & Candidate Overview

Kenneth has served in various capacities during his tenure in the United States Air Force, demonstrating leadership and technical proficiency. He has experience as a flightline subject matter expert, maintenance team leader, and specialist in both backshop and flight line environments. Kenneth's roles have involved troubleshooting, preventive maintenance, and ensuring the accuracy of maintenance documentation. He has also been involved in engine run qualifications and responding to pilot-discovered discrepancies.

Accomplishments and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Throughout his career, Kenneth has played pivotal roles in ensuring the operational readiness of aircraft engines. Notable achievements include serving as a program leader for computer-based documentation integrity, overseeing major assembly in back shop overhaul maintenance, and interpreting engine data for trending and diagnosis. His commitment to precision, accuracy, and teamwork has been instrumental in maintaining the high standards of the United States Air Force.

Location and Travel
  • Open to: On-Site, Hybrid, and Remote Roles.

  • Remote Roles: Willing to consider remote opportunities based on specific position requirements.

  • Compensation Seeking: Open to discussing compensation details upon scheduling a meeting.

  • Position Seeking: Seeking roles in aerospace propulsion maintenance and troubleshooting.

Work Experience
  1. Aerospace Propulsion Craftsman

    • United States Air Force, June 2014 to February 2016, Osan, Republic of Korea

      • Served as a flightline subject matter expert, overseeing troubleshooting, preventive maintenance, and engine run qualifications. Led the integrity program for computer-based documentation.

  2. Aerospace Propulsion Craftsman

    • United States Air Force, Tucson, AZ, November 2009 to June 2014

      • Led a maintenance team in back shop overhaul maintenance, ensuring accurate documentation and performing in-progress inspections. Also served as a specialist on the flight line, troubleshooting and performing operational checks.

  3. Aerospace Propulsion Craftsman

    • United States Air Force, November 2008 to November 2009, Osan, Republic of Korea

      • Conducted intermediate maintenance in a back shop, performed basic engine maintenance, and prepared engines for shipping. Also involved in auxiliary power unit overhaul and engine trailer maintenance.

  4. Aerospace Propulsion Journeyman

    • United States Air Force, November 2004 to November 2008, Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan

      • Worked as part of a maintenance team tasked with overhauling turbofan jet engines, gaining hands-on experience in maintenance procedures and precision tools.

  • English Composition from Lane Community College, Eugene, OR

  • Aviation Maintenance Technology from Community College of the Air Force

  • Aerospace Propulsion Craftsman School from Military Service

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