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Brandon johnson

Brandon johnson

Aerospace Propulsion Journeyman

United States Air Force

Aerospace Propulsion Journeyman

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United States Air Force

Aerospace Propulsion Journeyman

Tasks

Read and interpret maintenance manuals, service bulletins, and other specifications to determine the feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components.
Inspect completed work to certify that maintenance meets standards and that aircraft are ready for operation.
Maintain repair logs, documenting all preventive and corrective aircraft maintenance.
Conduct routine and special inspections as required by regulations.
Examine and inspect aircraft components, including landing gear, hydraulic systems, and deicers to locate cracks, breaks, leaks, or other problems.
Inspect airframes for wear or other defects.
Maintain, repair, and rebuild aircraft structures, functional components, and parts such as wings and fuselage, rigging, hydraulic units, oxygen systems, fuel systems, electrical systems, gaskets, and seals.
Measure the tension of control cables.
Replace or repair worn, defective, or damaged components, using hand tools, gauges, and testing equipment.
Measure parts for wear, using precision instruments.

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George Webb Corporation

Processing

Tasks

Observe, feel, taste, or otherwise examine products during and after processing, in order to ensure conformance to standards.
Observe temperature, humidity, pressure gauges, and product samples, and adjust controls, such as thermostats and valves, in order to maintain prescribed operating conditions for specific stages.
Operate or tend equipment that roasts, bakes, dries, or cures food items such as cocoa and coffee beans, grains, nuts, and bakery products.
Set temperature and time controls; light ovens, burners, driers, or roasters; and start equipment, such as conveyors, cylinders, blowers, driers, or pumps.
Observe flow of materials and listen for machine malfunctions, such as jamming or spillage, and notify supervisors if corrective actions fail.
Record production data, such as weight and amount of product processed, type of product, and time and temperature of processing.
Weigh or measure products, using scale hoppers or scale conveyors.
Read work orders in order to determine quantities and types of products to be baked, dried, or roasted.
Take product samples during and/or after processing for laboratory analyses.
Fill or remove product from trays, carts, hoppers, or equipment, using scoops, peels, or shovels, or by hand.

Career

University of Maryland University College

Criminal Justice/Safety Studies