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Alejandro Amezcua

Alejandro Amezcua

Warrant Officer One

United States Army National Guard

Assault Helicopter Pilot at United States Army National Guard

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United States Army National Guard

Warrant Officer One

As a Warrant Officer, my skills and experience in aviation are relied upon to provide continuity and standardization for U.S. Army Aviation line units. I have flight experience in single engine turbine helicopters, namely the TH-67 "Creek" and OH-58A/C "Kiowa" (Bell 206B3 variants). I am also rated on the multi-engine turbine UH-60A/L "Blackhawk".

Career medium 04
Career
Career medium 02

United States Army National Guard

Sergeant

As a 15T20, or UH-60 Helicopter Repairer, I was responsible for the installation, removal, maintenance, and inspection of helicopter components. Also, as a Sergeant, my duties involved the training of soldiers and enforcement of Army standards.

Career

Aviation Technical Services

Flight Controls and Engine Systems Technician

Performed contract maintenance on Boeing 737 Classic and 737 Next Generation flight control, engine systems, and related components. Primarily responsible for the extensive overhaul of Alaska Airlines aircraft in accordance with FAA, manufacturer, and customer specifications.

Career medium 04
Career
Career medium 06

US Navy Reserve

Petty Officer Second Class

As an Aviation Structural Mechanic (Safety Equipment), or AME, I was responsible for the installation, removal, maintenance, and inspection of aircraft egress and environmental control equipment, flight controls, and engine systems. I specialized on the McDonnell Douglas DC-9/C-9B.

Career

Heath Tecna

Materials and Process Technician

As a Materials and Process Technician, my duties involved the production of aircraft interior components for the purpose of Federal Aviation Administration engineering certification. Products built were burn tested to ensure compliance with FAA safety standards prior to full scale production and fielding.

Career medium 04
Career
Career medium 04

US Navy

Petty Officer Second Class

As an Aviation Structural Mechanic (Safety Equipment), or AME, I was responsible for the installation, removal, maintenance, and inspection of aircraft ejection seats and related egress and environmental control equipment. I specialized on the Grumman EA-6B Martin-Baker GRU EA7 ejection seat, and the Boeing F/A-18E/F's Martin-Baker SJU-17 (Mk. 14) NACES.

Career

Palomar College

Associate of Arts (AA), Aircraft Commercial Pilot

U.S. Army Initial Entry Rotary Wing Flight School - Fort Rucker, AL

Certification, UH-60A/L "Blackhawk" Helicopter Pilot

U.S. Army Aviation Logistics School - Fort Eustis, VA

Certification, UH-60 "Blackhawk" Repair

Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training - Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

Certification, DC-9/C-9B "Skytrain II" Airframe and Powerplant Systems

Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training - Lemoore, CA

Certification, F/A-18E/F "Super Hornet" Egress and Life Support Systems

Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training - Oak Harbor, WA

Certification, EA-6B "Prowler" Egress and Life Support Systems

Naval Aviation Technical Training Center - Pensacola, FL

Certification, Aviation Structural Mechanic (Safety Equipment)