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(Graduate Nondestructive Testing Technician Quality Control)

Name George Lowery
8403 N. 102nd Ave. E Owasso OK 74055

Objective: To gain employment in Quality Control with a company where I can utilize
my strong communication, interpersonal, and technical skills to grow and develop a long lasting

Education: Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology Tulsa, OK 02/2017
AAS Nondestructive Testing Quality Control
1956 hours, 50% hands on training
Dean’s List, 2 terms

Qualifications: Curriculum designed per recommended ASNT guidelines: SNT-TC-1A and NAS410, ASME, AWS,
Experience: Skills gained include the operation of equipment used in magnetic particle and liquid penetrant testing, basic
principles of radiation safety, metallurgy, ultrasonic inspection, eddy current leak detection, and codes and
standards. Training also includes processing and interpretation of film using x-ray equipment. Familiarization and understanding the concepts of Digital Product Definition and Model Based Definition and geometric dimensioning & tolerance (GD&T). Understanding of First Piece and First Article Inspection concepts and AS9102 documentation. Familiarization and understanding of statistically valid sampling plans and statistical process control (SPC). Understanding of measuring machines, optical inspection systems and laser scanning systems. Understanding of Quality Management Systems, ISO9000 & AS9000, quality manuals, audit procedures. Developed an understanding of theories and principles of quality management; practical and useful in a real-world setting focused on continual improvement and customer satisfaction. Additional training in following areas:

ASNT Recommended Training
Radiation Safety 180 hrs Magnetic Particle Testing 60 hrs
Radiography 180 hrs Liquid Dye Penetrant 60 hrs
Ultrasonic Inspection 180 hrs Eddy Current Testing 180 hrs
Intro to Materials & Processes 60 hrs Leak Testing, ASM-MEI Welding Inspection; Codes & Standards 180 hrs

Welding Codes & Standards
The Welding Inspector The Metric System, Welding Terms and Symbols
Basic Welding Metallurgy Materials Control, Weld Joint Inspection and Temp Control
Welding, Joining and Cutting Processes – I Welding, Joining and Cutting Processes – II
Codes Governing Welding Inspection Qualification of Welding Procedures, Welders and Welding Operation

Methods & Equipment (50% theory, 50% hands-on)
Magnetic Particle: Radiography Testing:
Magna-Tech wet Horizontal-Contact & Coil Manual Film Processing
TSI Porta-Mag MP 1000 (portable unit) Lorad LPX 160 KV 5MA
Magna Flux (yokes) ITE 300KV 5MA
Fuji Dynamix Series 5 CRT System
Ultrasonic Testing: GE Nova Automatic Processor
Sonic-136 Staveley Instruments
Straight Beam, Angle Beam Eddy Current Testing:
Dac Curve and Linearity Graph Nortec 1000 & 2000 Digital Readout
Nortec 23ST, Olympus 500
Visual and Liquid Penetrant Testing Conductivity Curve, Crack Detection
Visual and Fluorescent Nonconductive Coating Using Liftoff
Water Washable and Solvent Removable Aluminum sorting

Quality Control Technical Training
Metrology (precision measuring instruments) 90 hrs
Blueprints (drafting, reading) 90 hrs
Manufacturing Processes (Metallurgy, heat treating, machining) 180 hrs

Quality Control Management (total 360 hrs)
Statistical Quality Control (Statistical Process Control)
Total Quality Management (Six Sigma, Lean Mfg.)
TQM and Philosophy of Quality (strategic leadership, change mgmt., business communication, quality in global markets)
ISO 9000 – in-depth understanding of QMS (Quality Management Systems)
Just-In-Time/Lean Manufacturing
Total Quality Tools – Pareto Charts, Stratification, Cause/Effect diagrams, Check Sheets

History: Company US Army Fort Sill, OK 04/2000-07/2015
Position Non-Commissioned Officer MLRS Crew Member
Job Duty Be a leader to several employees
Command of a team per orders from Commander
Counseled and mentored Soldiers through during 27months of deployments in support of Operation Iraq Freedom
Safety Coordinator for gun range
Shooting rockets.
Ensuring vehicle is operational and in a safe location for firing of rockets
Ensure personnel are at a safe distance before firing
Calculate and check firing system target information
Orderly room clerk
Ensure that the Commander is aware of all of his appointments and paperwork that needs to be done
Retention Officer
Assist Soldiers to further extend their career

• 5 Army Commendation Medal
• 5 Army Good Conduct Medal
• National Defense Service Medal
• Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
• Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
• Korean Defense Service Medal
• Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star
• Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon
• Army Service Ribbon
• 4 Overseas Service ribbon
• Driver and Mechanic Badge
• Diver Wheeled Vehicle

References: Available Upon Request

Company: IHI southwest technologies
104 hours of ultrasonic testing in a nuclear facility. 80 hour visual testing in a nuclear facility.