Nondestructive Tester Level II (7lvl/Red X Cert)

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State: SC South Carolina
Country: United States
Status:
I am willing to Travel.
I am on a job and will finish soon.
I am willing to work overseas.
I prefer permanent jobs.
Certifications
Date & Code School / Course Title Application / PAFSC:2A772 2AFSC: NONE 3AFSC: NONE 4AFSC: NONE Current Date: 23-Mar-2010 Degree ProgramCode Catalog Registered Program Title Status Status Date 4VXR 2005 2-Feb-2007 NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING TECHNOLOGY *ADV STD*(2) 2-Feb-2007 Residency Technical Core Management General Educ Skill Level Total Hours Student must complete all degree requirements Disposition Hours Credits Applied 15-May-2001 NDI APPRENTICE 293ABP2A732 000 D Credit 18.00 QCI1504 RADIOGRAPHIC INSPECTION 5.00 Technical Core QCI1509 FUNDAMENTALS OF NDI 2.00 Technical Core QCI1510 OPT/LIQ PEN/MAG PART INSP 3.00 Technical Core QCI1512 EDDY CUR/BOND TEST INSP 4.00 Technical Core(1.00) Program Elective(3.00) QCI2502 ULTRASONIC/EDDY CUR INSP 2.00 QCI2512 PRIN OIL ANALYSIS/SPECT RES 2.00 1-Sep-2005 4-Nov-2005 TURBINE EDDY CURRENT INSPECTION 292AZP2A752 049A D Credit 1.00 NDT1106 FUND EDDY CURRENT/BOND TESTING 1.00 Technical Core 23-Oct-2008 AIR FORCE SPECIALTY INTERNSHIP 665INT00570 000 D Credit 12.00 INT5000 JOURNEYMAN 8.00 Technical Core INT7000 CRAFTSMAN 4.00 Technical Core Updated: 6-Jan-2010 TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS RECORDED Military 44.00 Civilian 31.00 Exam 0.00 All Sources 75.00 Not an Official Academic Document LEGEND FOR APPLICATION/DISPOSITION COLUMN(See Web PR Users Guide For More Detailed Explanation)Application for each military course title:D Credit = Degree applicableE Credit = Degree applicable credit normally reserved for application in instructor programsM Credit = Degree applicable, requires manual applicationC Credit = Non-degree applicable if completed after 31 Dec 91P Credit = Applied after 5-level in same AFSC/SDI/RIT Credit = Certification, license, mil credit for tech app Disposition'T' = Applied tech previous degree - cannot be used in current'O' = May reuse, but not in tech(Internship may be marked with 'T' or 'O' but available to apply for new AFSC unless ITMS was previous degree
Education
AIRMAN LEADERSHIP SCHOOL 365ALS99400 003 D Credit 9.00 LMM1101 LEADERSHIP/MANAGEMENT I 5.00 Management LMM1102 MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATIONS I 2.00 Program Elective(1.00) Management(1.00) LMM1103 MILITARY STUDIES I 2.00 Program Elective
AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE, CA 3.00 Recorded: 30-Dec-2009 Updated: 13-Jan-2010 PSYCH20 APPLIED PSYCH PRIN 3.00 SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE, CA 25.00 Recorded: 11-Dec-2009 Updated: 16-Dec-2009 BUS20 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3.00 BUS60 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS 1.00 HEED1 HEALTH SCIENCE 3.00 HEED49I IND STUDIES: HLTH ED 3.00 MUFHL7 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3.00 Humanities PHIL6 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3.00 Program Elective PHIL9 WORLD RELIGIONS 3.00 Program Elective PSYC9 PSYCHOLOGY OF DEATH AND DYING 3.00 Social Science SPEE10 INTERPERSONAL COMMUN 3.00 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, MD 3.00 Recorded: 18-Dec-2009 HIST255 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY 3.00 Program Elective
Experience
F-15C/D- 6.5YRS
F-16C(50BLK)- 2YRS
KC-135R- 6.5YRS
C-130H- 6.5YRS
HH-60- 6.5YRS
RC-135- 6.5YRS
E-3B- 6.5YRS

Nondestructive Inspection Craftsman@ Joint Base Balad, AB (Balad, Iraq)
20100124 20100519
NCOIC (Non Commissioned Officer In Charge) of NDI(Nondestructive Inspection) Laboratory supervised 3 Air National Guardsman, as well as 3 Active Duty Enlisted Personnel
332 Air Expeditionary Wing Oil Analysis/Magnetic Chip Detector Program Manager
NDI Section Primary Equipment Custodian Account Manager
NDI Section Primary Supply Account Manager
NDI Section Primary Training Manager
NDI Section Primary Facility Manager
NDI Section Primary Hazardous Waste/Hazardous Communication/Hazardous Materials Manager
NDI Section Radiation Safety Program Manager
Established, Determined NDI test methods to identify flaws and discontinuities for 28 F-16C/J, 8 C-130H.

Nondestructive Inspection Craftsman@ Shaw, AFB (Sumter, SC)
20090126 20091022
Joint Oil Analysis/Magnetic Chip Detector Program Manager
Shaw Air Force Base Honor Guard
Physical Training Leader
NCOIC of 4 United States Air Force Active Duty Enlisted Personnel


Nondestructive Inspection Craftsman@ Kadena, AB (Okinawa, JPN)
20071026 20081022
NCOIC of 6 Active Duty United States Air Force Enlisted Personnel
Director for NDI support of 54 F-15C/D, 15 KC-135R, 11 C-130H, 10 HH-60, 1 RC-135, 2 E-3B
Resource manager of $3.3B in aircraft and test equipment.
NDI Quality Assurance/Control Alternate manager
Squadron Primary Remedial Physical Traininig Class Instructor
NDI Section Physical Training Leader
NDI Section Primary Hazardous Waste/Hazardous Communicaton/Harzardous Material Manager
NDI Section Primary Training Manager

Nondestructive Inspection Craftsman@ Kadena, AB (Okinawa, JPN)
20061026 20071026
NCOIC of Operation Enduring Freedom NDI Section
NDI Section Primary Hazardous Waste/Hazardous Communicaton/Harzardous Material Manager
NDI Section Physical Training Leader
NCOIC of 7 Active Duty United States Air Force Enlisted Personnel
NDI Section Primary Precious Metals Recooperation Program Manager
NDI Section Primary Data Integrity Team Manager

Nondestructive Inspection Journeyman@ Kadena, AB (Okinawa, JPN)
20051026 20061026
NDI Section Primary Hazardous Waste/Hazardous Communicaton/Harzardous Material Manager
NDI Section Physical Training Leader

Nondestructive Inspection Journeyman@ Kadena, AB (Okinawa, JPN)
20041026 20051026
NDI Section Primary Data Integrity Team Manager
NDI Section Primary Hazardous Waste/Hazardous Communicaton/Harzardous Material Manager
NDI Section Physical Training Leader

Nondestructive Inspection Journeyman@ Kadena, AB (Okinawa, JPN)
20031026 20041026
NDI Section Alternate Foreign Object Damage Program Manager
Comments
Perris M. Coleman
NCOIC NDI/JOAP/MCD Laboratory JBB, Iraq
DSN: 94318-443-6319
perriscoleman@hotmail.com





As a 7lvl Nondestructive Red X certified Craftsman. I gained extensive knowledge of nondestructive testing methods, techniques and practices that are involved in aerospace components and equipment. I currently serve as NCOIC for the NDI Laboratory at Joint Base Balad, AB Iraq. In this capacity, I lead six personnel and manage resources valued over $3.3B and test equipment valued in excess of $850K. It is my responsibility to oversee all Nondestructive Inspections in order to identify and interpret structural defects in aircraft and support equipment

I feel as if I would be a great asset to your company because of my technical knowledge and skills in the Nondestructive Inspection career field have been enhanced through my extensive education at CCAF (Technical School, Advanced Courses, PME). As a result of my education and professional experience, I have become highly familiar with all nondestructive testing methods and techniques.
I have trained more than 50 troops in the main structural components of the aircraft. In order to perform this training effectively and properly, I have had to be extensively knowledgeable of the aircraft structure, as well as possess the ability to convey that knowledge to other individuals in a way that is easily understandable and clear. I have an expert knowledge and grasp of all components and their structural characteristics for the following: fuselage, wings, nacelle, empennage, stabilizers, flight control surfaces, and landing gears. My knowledge and skills in this area have also been enhanced through my extensive education at CCAF (Technical School, Advanced Courses, PME). As a result of my education and professional experience, I have become highly familiar with aircraft structures.

If I may, I would like to coordinate a time and date that we can further discuss my qualifications for this position. Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.