CW3 Chris Davis

CW3 Chris Davis

Dates of Service: no date specified
RETIRED
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  • PFC Jan 85
  • SPC Apr 85
  • SGT May 95
  • SSG Mar 98
  • SFC Aug 00
  • WO1 Aug 02
  • CW2 Aug 04
  • CW3 Aug 10

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Bio 

Professional Maintenance Technician Retired

Military Experiences

Jul 2011 - Aug 2015
336 CSSB
Battalion Maintenance Officer (BMO)
Managed, led and supervised 52 military employees assigned to four shops responsible for the repair and maintenance management of a fleet of 60 (sixty) Freightliners with 5,000 fuel tanks, 40+ HMMWV’s, 30+ 5 ton and 2.5 ton cargo vehicles and over 20 Generator Sets ranging from 3kW to 30kW and vehicular equipment including communication equipment. Budgeted supply stock, equipment, diagnostics, tools, replacement parts and contract repairs to provide scheduled and non-scheduled repair actions. Planned, coordinated and controlled the maintenance workflow through set work schedules and defined work processes to provide immediate attention to customer concerns.
Oct 2007 - Jul 2011
319th ESB
Battalion Maintenance Officer
Responsible for services, readiness, training, and reporting for a battalion of over 200 pieces of equipment and a 60 personnel section. Including management of parts ordering, management of Logistics Information Systems such as SAMS-E (Standard Army Maintenance System–Enhanced), and VSAT (Very small aperture terminal). Managed a Signal Battalion of over 60 Line of Sight Communications shelters, 50 Satellite systems along with all ancillary equipment to include Environmental Control Units and Power Generators, along with 2.5 ton and 5 ton cargo vehicles and 10 ton HEMTT Recovery Vehicles. Responsible for briefing to echelons of Battalion and above on equipment readiness status.
Oct 2002 - Oct 2007
368th MI
Battalion Maintenance Officer
Managed, led and supervised 15 military employees assigned to shop responsible for the repair and maintenance management of a fleet of, 40+ HMMWV’s, 12+ 5 ton and 2.5 ton cargo vehicles and over 10 Generator Sets ranging from 3kW to 15kW and vehicular equipment including communication equipment that was located in 3 separate locations ranging from Northern to Southern California into Arizona. Budgeted supply stock, equipment, diagnostics, tools, replacement parts and contract repairs to provide scheduled and non-scheduled repair actions. Planned, coordinated and controlled the maintenance workflow through set work schedules and defined work processes to provide immediate attention to customer concerns.
Jun 1999 - Oct 2002
A Co
Motor Sergeant
Managed, led and supervised 15 military employees assigned to shop responsible for the repair and maintenance management of a fleet of, 40+ HMMWV’s, 12+ 5 ton and 2.5 ton cargo vehicles and over 10 Generator Sets ranging from 3kW to 15kW and vehicular equipment including communication equipment that was located in 3 separate locations ranging from Northern to Southern California into Arizona. Budgeted supply stock, equipment, diagnostics, tools, replacement parts and contract repairs to provide scheduled and non-scheduled repair actions. Planned, coordinated and controlled the maintenance workflow through set work schedules and defined work processes to provide immediate attention to customer concerns.

Deployments

(8 months)
Aug 1990 - Mar 1991
Southwest asia ribbon
Operation Desert Shield/Storm
68J Aircraft Armament technician on AH-1 Cobra and OH-58D

Military Credentials

Individual & Special Skill Schools
Certifications

Mar 2007

SAMS-E Managers Course

Jan 2007

Operator/Field Level Maintenance course LMTV/MTV

Aug 2006

Harris AN/PRC-150 Communications System 40 hr Course

Security Clearance
Secret

Academic Degrees

Academic Degrees

2019 - 2021

Grand Canyon University

Master's Degree, Master of Science in Leadership

2016 - 2019

Grand Canyon University

Bachelors Degree, Bachelor of Science in Applied Management

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