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2A5X1 Aerospace Maintenance EPR Examples

- Handpicked for Maintenance Recovery Team (MRT) to Kabul AB, Afghanistan for repair of radar malfunction
-- Removed and replaced defective radar power supply; enabled completion critical OEF resupply mission

- Enthusiastically volunteered 18+ hours to Anchorage "Trail Watch"; ensured hiking trails safe for public use

- Sensationally motivated NCO who takes on any challenge and achieves results; deserving of recent promotion

- Brilliant leader with a proven ability to get things done; displays confidence and pride in everything he does

- Spearheaded MRT to Bagram AB, Afghanistan for aircraft blown MLG tire and AFT MLG fairing damage
-- Replaced 2 tires, 2 brake assemblies and performed on-site damage assessment; ready for one time flight

- Outstanding system knowledge; troubleshot and repaired engine throttle vibration discovered enroute to AOR
-- Removed/replaced gimble bushings; performed rig and operational checks; aircraft departed as scheduled

- Head and shoulders above peers; extensive system knowledge and eye for detail; promotion to TSgt warranted

- Highly motivated and committed; combines exceptional aircraft system knowledge with a strong work ethic

- Deployed to Karshi Khanabad AB, Uzbekistan in direct support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM (OEF)
-- Flawless performance of 89 inspections led squadron to archive an impressive 100% mission capable rate
-- Accumulated 2,225 sorties and airlifted 6,500 short tons of cargo and 25,000 passengers within the theater

- Hand picked to forward deploy to Kandahar AB, repaired aircraft with wheelwell/refuel manifold damage
-- Eagerly tackled over the wing refuel; allowed aircraft return to deployed location for extensive gear repairs
-- USCENTAF Director of Mobility Forces praised maintenance for "Best MC rate of all aircraft in AOR"

- Recovered aircraft with inoperative paratroop door; pinpointed malfunction to a broken counterbalance spring
-- Replaced faulty component; enabled aircraft to meet it's scheduled Joint Army Air Training mission next day

- Team player; assisted 3 MXG/QA with weight and balance checks for C-130 static display at the base air park

- Relentless pursuit of excellence; completed entire career development course 1 month ahead of schedule

- Supported squadron; volunteered 12 hrs off-duty time at Armed Forces YMCA; raised $2,500 for booster club

- Superior performer dependable and versatile; accepts greater challenges and responsibilities; promote BTZ!

- Exceptional Airman; consistently produces superior results; aggressively tackles all tasks; extremely competent

- Superior attention to detail; discovered a cracked engine tailpipe assembly during morning launch preparation
-- Removed and replaced faulty tailpipe assembly; returned aircraft to fully mission capable status in 2 hours

- Outstanding inspection practices; attention to detail led to identification of severely damaged elevator trim tab
-- Assisted in removal, installation, and operational check of trim tab; aircraft made OEF mission the next day

- Positively impacted 517 AMU's deployed and home station airlift mission success; promote Below the Zone!

- Exceptional Airman; consistently produces superior results; aggressively tackles any task; extremely competent

- Outstanding inspection habits; discovered leaking emergency brake line during preflight inspection; removed/ replaced line 1 hour under job standard; allowed success of Alaskan long-range radar site resupply mission

- Cool under pressure; quickly responded when a C-130H taxied from parking with unsecured access panel; stopped aircraft and secured panel; allowed safe departure of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM mission

- Sterling mechanic completely dependable for cross utilization maintenance; discovered ruptured engine return hydraulic line; quickly replaced line; freed hydraulic specialists for higher headquarters maintenance tasking

- Hard-charging, mission-driven technical expert; troubleshot faulty engine oil cooler flap discovered during preflight inspection; removed/replaced flap actuator; allowed aircraft to complete scheduled training mission

- Enthusiastic, selfless volunteer for Elmendorf and community activities; exemplified the professional airman
-- Volunteered 20 hours; constructed/supported booth for "Arctic Thunder 2004" airshow; helped raise $3900

- Discovered inoperative fuel quantity indicator during launch; expeditious repair enabled airlift mission success

- Produces positive results; graduated technical school in the top 10 percent of class; promote below the zone

- Superior Airman; tenaciously dominates every challenge with great zeal; eagerly accepts more responsibility

- Top-notch technician; discovered two worn main landing gear brakes during thruflight inspection; spearheaded replacement of brakes in under 3 hours; allowed continuation of US Army resupply mission to Afghanistan

- Outstanding technician; troubleshot unsafe cargo ramp condition prior to flight; discovered ramp/door sequence valve defective; resequenced hydraulic valve; efforts led 517 AMU to 92% mission effectiveness rate FY04

- Positively impacted 517 AM's deployed and home station airlift mission success; promote ahead of peers

- Exceptional performer; experienced beyond his years; puts forth tremendous effort towards mission success

- Consistently displays superior work ethic; discovered nose landing gear tire cut out of limits during preflight inspection; removed and replaced tire in under 90 minutes; enabled aircraft to meet scheduled morning mission
-- Lynchpin to 517 AMU generating an impressive 3,758 sorties for 10,338 flying hours for Fiscal Year 2004

- Displayed outstanding technical abilities when called to troubleshoot a crew entry door assembly malfunction
-- Identified worn torque tube; replaced torque tube and rigged door; returned aircraft to fully mission capable

- Top-notch crew chief; discovered elevator trim malfunction during preflight inspection; removed and replaced elevator trim motor in four hours; efforts ensured vital resupply mission to remote arctic site proceeded on time

- Razor-sharp maintainer; consistently completed CAMS data entry flawlessly for scheduled maintenance events
-- Instrumental in reducing the 517 AMU's data error rate to an impressive .8%; shattered 3% PACAF standard

- Discovered delaminated window during Isochronal inspection; removed and replaced window in just one day
-- Inspection completed as scheduled; key to 517 AMU 100% maintenance scheduling effectiveness rate for '04

- Exudes rock-solid confidence and superior technical ability; eager for increased responsibility; promote now

- Combat warrior; deployed to Baghdad International Airport in direct support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM
-- Ensured airtight first-line defense for 700 coalition force members by providing security over 70 local and third country nationals daily; enabled successful completion of contracts totaling over three million dollars

- Hand selected as one of six members of the elite "Condor Team"; willingly accepted higher risk to escort Iraqi contractors from dangerous checkpoint; safely completed over 500 convoys; maintained 100% accountability

- Extremely proficient, motivated Airman; consistantly demonstrates superior maintenance knowledge; promote

- Benchmarked standard; superb performer in all facets of aircraft systems and preventive maintenance practices
-- Discovered leaking emergency brake line during preflight on C-130H aircraft, removed and replaced line in 1 hour; finished in half expected time; enabled aircraft departure on time for critical AOR resupply mission

- Multi-talented Crew Chief; asset to 774th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron and 376th Air Expeditionary Wing
-- Maintenence facilitated 2,833 sorties; transported 18,408 tons of cargo and 34,000 passengers within AOR

- Sprang into action when aircraft 74-1664 developed aileron trim discrepancy; assisted with troubleshooting
-- Isolated/repaired recessed pin on indicator cannon plug; aircraft departed on time for scheduled line next day

- Displayed exceptional versatility when deployed to Uzbekistan for Operation ENDURING FREEDOM
-- Postflight inspection revealed partially ejected flare; declared ground emergency through MOC; established safety cordon, coordinated arrival of emergency equipment; protected U.S. Air Force and host nation assets

- Performed as flightline expediter; supervised seven personnel accomplished 375 inspection/servicing actions
-- Directly contributed to 99% mission capable rate and 100% mission effectiveness rate for Aug-Dec 04

- Possesses the natural talent and acquired proficiency to accomplish the most demanding tasks; promote now

- Consummate performer; repeatedly demonstrated commitment to quality maintenance on all assigned tasks
-- Directly involved in launch/recovery of 66 combat sorties into Afghanistan; 100% OEF mission effective

- Exceptional professional; tasked to provide support to NATO International Security Assistance Force (ISAF)
-- Superb maintenance effort directly contributed to Afghanistan's first ever democratic election; supported airlift of NATO forces, 15,000 lbs of ballots and resupply cargo; helped secure success of historic event

- Creative and decisive nature; top-notch performance far exceeds peers and unit expectations; promote now!

- Full-time dedication; highly motivated and hard-working individual whose efforts are displayed on daily basis

- Provided unequivocal support for aircraft deploying to Yokota AB, Japan for Operation VOLANT SHOGUN
-- Performed routine inspection; determined four tires/two brake assemblies worn beyond safe operating limits
-- Led replacement of tire and brake assemblies; sound professional judgment ensured safe mission completion

- Ace technician; acted rapidly when aircraft returned to home station with all four engines severely overtorqued -- Ensured proper inspection requirements were met; aided in removal and reinstallation of all four engine aft nacelles in record time; allowed aircraft return to full mission capable status 6 hours ahead of expected time

- Cool under pressure; troubleshot engine low power condition during recovery of routine scheduled quick-turn
-- Isolated and assisted specialist in changing malfunctioning fuel control; allowed on-time night line departure

- Discharged responsibilities as security guard at Campbell Air Strip during 2003 Iditarod; bolstered public ties

- Contributed greatly to protect 517 AMU Aircraft Section health; filled capacity of fitness assessment monitor
-- Assessed 76 individuals over 2 week period; enhanced readiness through identification of health concerns

- Possesses the natural talent and acquired proficiency to accomplish the most demanding tasks; promote now

- Stepped up to the challenge; organized plan in changing leaking brake found during aircrew preflight inspection
-- Diligent and persistent efforts ensured an early takeoff for resupply mission to Eareckson Air Station, Alaska
-- Comprehensive technical skill led 517 AMU to an amazing 100% maintenance scheduling effectiveness rate




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