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I have been serving in the Kentucky Army National Guard for over the past 10 years, in which I hold the MOS of a Aircraft Structural Repairer. I was recently deployed to Kuwait over the past year, where I was the supervisor over the Structural Repair Shop.
Fabricating metal with different bend angles and radii
Assessing damaged areas of the aircraft and determine the corrective action
Mixing and applying paint to aircraft components
Mixing resins and apply different fiberglass repairs
Sand and prime metals before attaching to aircraft
Maintaining hazardous materials in a controlled environment
Maintaining shop and tool inventories
Heat treating metals to get the correct strength needed
One of the main aspects of my job is to assess damage done to structural components on aircraft and then apply the corrective repair needed. This involves different types of metal including aluminum, titanium, and stainless steel, as well composite materials like fiber glass and carbon fiber.
Sanding and Priming/Painting Components
Before components are installed, it is necessary to prime and paint them to help prevent corrosion from occurring. I have experience mixing paint and having to measure out the correct amount needed, as well applying with pneumatic paint guns.
Hazardous Materials Management
I am responsible for maintaining inventory of all hazardous materials for the structural repair shop. This includes ordering new items before the inventory is depleted, and also properly disposing of containers.
As the shop supervisor I was responsible for 3 shifts and managing the soldiers on those shifts. Also as the shop lead, I attended daily meetings to give updates on projects and tasks assigned to our shop.
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