Chief Engineer, Ocean Going Tugs or OSVs
- Engineer / Naval Architect
Obtain a position as a Chief Engineer on an ocean-going tug or OSV’s.
of Rogers High School, Newport, RI 1976. In a span of 10 years U.S. Coast Guard College Accredited Schools of Engineering (Pratt & Whitney Gas Turbine Tech School, EMD overhaul &repair, Oily Water Separators Advanced Hydraulics, Tankerman PIC, DDE Un-Limited H/P at Mid-Atlantic Maritime Academy. Eisser-Weiss CPP Tech School.
U.S.C.G. First Class Machinery Technician-Honorable Discharge
Assistant Engineer Limited Oceans, International STCW
January 2013- 2018
United States Navy Littoral Combat ship System Engineer. Contracted by (DMEC) Duke Marine Engineering Consultants. Participating in the building, initial testing, while underway, and preventive maintenance and repair of the ships propulsion and auxiliary systems. This includes the Freedom Variant and the Independence Variant.
January 2012-December 2013
Systems Engineer, DMEC: Propulsion and maintenance division. Involved with control and monitoring systems, repair and maintenance of Navy’s Littoral Combat .
March 2010-May 2012
1 Class Outside Machinist- Tradesmen International Corp., Aerotek Inc. Capital Consultants, Colonnas Ship, Norfolk, VA.
January 2007-January 2009
Chief Engineer aboard M/V Atta-Boy/ Port Engineer Dann Marine Towing/ Alabama
December 2000-December 2006
Owner/Operator of “Toms Boat Works” (Commercial & Recreational M/V Repairs and Engine Overhaul)
December 1998-December 1999
Marine Mechanical Technician/Northside Marine, Stuart, Florida
May 1988-January 1998
Chief Engineer for the following Ocean Tow Boat Companies plus Oil Rig Anchor Positioning/Rig Towing Companies: Tidewater Marine, Marine, Dann Ocean Towing, Morania Oil Company, Moran Towing Maritrans Oil Transportation Company. Included duties for companies: as Chief Engineer responsible for 10,000 H/P Propulsion Plant with large A/C generator sets & electrical distribution systems. Working along with barge captains aboard 250,000 Barrel Integrated Units.
January 1977-November 1987
United States Coast Guard sailed eight years and worked the marine engineering aspects aboard the Coast Guard’s High Endurance Cutters (378 ft. – Pratt & Whitney Gas Turbine/Fairbanks Morse Diesel Engine. Controllable Pitch Propelled Propulsion Plants.
Marital Status: Married