To advance in a career in Marine Engineering by carrying out all assigned tasks to the best of ones ability, and to maintain the readiness of the company.
Military Sealift Command
3rd Assistant Engineer
•USNS Concord (T-AFS 5) - (Steam Plant) Third Engineer in charge of lube oil operations, and Engineering watch officer
•USNS Arctic (T- AOE 8) - (Gas Turbine Plant) Third Engineer in charge of water and lube oil operations, and Engineering watch officer.
•USNS Supply (T- AOE 6) - (Gas Turbine Plant) Third Engineer in charge of water, lube oil, and fuel oil operations, and Engineering watch officer.
•USNS Apache (T- ATF 172) - (Motor Plant) Assistant Engineer in charge of engineering operations onboard.
•USNS Sacagawea (T-AKE-2)-(Motor Plant) Third Engineer in charge of fuel oil operations, and Engineering watch officer.
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
B.S. Marine Engineering
September 2002- June 2007
2nd Assistant Engineer of Steam, Motor, and Gas Turbine Vessels of any Horsepower MMC
• Designated Duty Engineer of Motor or Gas Turbine Vessel of any Horsepower MMC
• Universal Recovery Technician Certificate
• JP-5 and DFM Fuel Oil testing Certificate
• High Voltage Operations Certificate
• PLC Programming Certificate
• Shipboard Fire Fighting and Damage Control Certificate
Aid/CPR/AED certified, Basic and Advanced Shipboard Firefighting, Ordinance Handling Awareness and Training, Helicopter Firefighting, Shipboard Damage Control, Universal Recovery Technician Certificate, Electrical Repair, Refrigeration and HVAC Repair, Hydraulic Systems Repair, Basic Welding , Machining and Fabrication, Lube Oil and Cooling Water Treatment and Testing, Fabrication, Microsoft Word, Excel, Visio, and Auto CAD. High Voltage Equipment Operations, and Basic and Advanced PLC Programming, Diesel and Jet Propulsion Fuel Testing and Handling Certificate. Two and Four Stroke Diesel Engine Operations and Maintenance. Detroit, Cummings, EMD, and Caterpillar Diesel Operations and Maintenance.