CW4 Keith Dolliver

CW4 Keith Dolliver

Dates of Service: Jul 2003 - Aug 2023
RETIRED
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Promotions

  • PV2 Jul 03
  • PFC Jul 04
  • SPC Jan 05
  • SGT Oct 05
  • WO1 Nov 06
  • CW2 Nov 08
  • CW3 Oct 14
  • CW4 Oct 20

Recent Activity  -

Military Experiences

Nov 2020 - Jan 2022
224th MI
Battalion Aviation Maintenance Officer
Served as the Battalion Aviation Maintenance Officer (AMO), responsible for the oversight of the battalion's aviation maintenance program for its manned MC-12 aircraft and unmanned MQ-1C Gray Eagle aircraft. Acted as the battalion's liaison for all things aviation maintenance related with higher echelons of command including brigade and MACOM elements, as well as the Army's Program Management Office. Additionally served as the Government Flight Representative (GFR) and Government Technical Monitor (GTM) for the on-site manned aviation maintenance contract. Additionally served as a MC-12M/S/W Pilot-in-Command under Day, Night, and Instrument Meteorological Conditions.
Feb 2017 - Aug 2020
USAABJ
Battalion Aviation Safety Officer
Served as the Battalion Safety Officer, responsible for the oversight of the Commander's Safety Program and ensuring the safe operation and maintenance of the Battalion's UH-60L and UC-35A aircraft in addition to the safety and welfare of the Battalion's Soldiers, civilians, contractors, and family members. Additionally served as a UC-35A Pilot-in-Command under Day, Night, and Instrument Meteorological Conditions conditions throughout the PACOM Area of Responsibility. Responsible for the safe operation of the aircraft as well as the safety of all crew members and passengers aboard.
Apr 2016 - Jan 2017
Jet Detachment
UC-35 Pilot
Served as a UC-35A Pilot under Day, Night, and Instrument Meteorological Conditions within Japan and throughout the U.S. Army Pacific's Area of Responsibility. Provided Operational Support Airlift (OSA) to all echelons of command within the PACOM AOR. Responsible for the safe operation of the airplane as well as the safety of all crew members and passengers aboard. Additionally served as a Flight Operations officer responsible for scheduling, planning and coordinating flights for any missions with in the PACOM AOR.
Sep 2015 - Feb 2016
E Co 52nd AVN
Aviation Safety Officer
Served as the Company Safety Officer, responsible for the oversight of the Commander's Safety Program and ensuring the safe operation and maintenance of the company's C-12U and C-12J aircraft in addition to the safety and welfare of the assigned Soldiers and their family members. Additionally served as a C-12U/J Pilot-in-Command under Day, Night, and Instrument Meteorological Conditions conditions throughout the PACOM Area of Responsibility. Responsible for the safe operation of aircraft valued in excess of $5/25 million as well as the safety of all crew members and passengers aboard. In this capacity I also served as a primary trainer for the unit to ensure the development of junior pilots and prepare them for when they are ready to become Pilots-in-Command.

Deployments

(3 years)
May 2014 - May 2015
Afghanistan ribbon
May 2012 - Mar 2013
Afghanistan ribbon
Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) - Afghanistan
Company Aviation Safety Officer
Dec 2009 - Nov 2010
Afghanistan ribbon

Military Credentials

Individual & Special Skill Schools

Aviation Maintenance Officer Course

MC-12 Qualification Course

UC-35 Aircraft Qualification Course

C-12 Qualification Course

Certifications

FAA Airline Transport Pilot, Airplane Multi-engine Land

FAA Commercial Pilot, Airplane Single-engine Land

Security Clearance
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