MSgt Marty Davis

MSgt Marty Davis

Dates of Service: Jul 1996 - Jul 2016
RETIRED
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Promotions

  • AB Jul 96
  • Amn Jan 97
  • A1C Nov 97
  • SrA Jan 99
  • SSgt Dec 01
  • TSgt Jan 08
  • MSgt Feb 13

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Bio 

Living in the middle of nowhere in Colorado and enjoying the outdoor life.

Military Experiences

Aug 2014 - Jul 2016
4 CMS
JEIM Section Chief
- Managed and maintained 209 Pratt and Whitney F100-PW-220 engines valued at $669 million supporting 94 F-15E aircraft at Seymour Johnson AFB. - Led 70 personnel in the performance of maintenance and inspections on jet engine modules and components. - Analyzed maintenance requirements to accomplish field level repairs and ensured strict adherence to applicable technical manuals. - Directed work priorities and resolved maintenance supply and personnel issues affecting overall production.
Jun 2013 - Jul 2014
4 CMS
Secondary Power Section Chief
- Supervised all scheduled/unscheduled Secondary Power System (SPS) maintenance in support of 94 F-15E's. - Led 11 personnel in the performance of maintenance and inspections on SPS's. - Directed safe maintenance practices adhering to all prescribed technical data, directives, policies and standards. - Ensured documentation of SPS work packages/Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS)/AFTO form 244's. - Oversaw identification/completion of individual training requirements identified in Training Business Area.
Mar 2009 - Jun 2013
373 TRS
KC-135 Aerospace Propulsion Instructor
- Provided formal/informal maintenance training and technical advice United States Air Force wide to support 37 KC-135R units/453 aircraft valued at $17.9 billion. - Utilized instructional system design to develop/maintain 7 courses; performed mobile training for Air Force/Air Force Reserve/Air National Guard units. - Instructed skills, theory and techniques to troubleshoot F-108 (CFM56-2B) propulsion systems and KC-135 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) systems. - Supervised, counseled and evaluated trainee progress; develops/maintains training aides and Technical Orders to ensure accuracy.
Apr 2008 - Feb 2009
22 ARW
Aerospace Propulsion Craftsman
- Inspected, performed extensive troubleshooting/maintained the F108-CF-100 engine and T-62 auxiliary power unit. - Performed adjustments, leak checks, engine trims and engine system diagnostics on associated aircraft systems. - Interpreted technical manuals/schematics/maintenance operating instructions/Air Force operating instructions. - Evaluated/documents performance of personnel, provided training/task certification for skill level advancement.

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

Mar 2010 - Apr 2010

May 2001 - Jun 2001

Individual & Special Skill Schools

Apr 2009 - May 2009

Security Clearance
Secret
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