Eric B. Mullins
1B Rhodes Avenue
Shaw AFB, SC 29152
(803) 666-4288

August 15, 2001

Dear Prospective Employer,

I have served four years in the United States Air Force as a Dedicated Crew Chief on F-16 Aircraft. Although I do not currently hold an A&P license, I think you will find that my mechanical and troubleshooting skills are excellent.

I am experienced, efficient, and precise and am fully trained and experienced in repair and installation of aircraft parts.

I am performance driven and have the ability to work effectively under pressure. I am a self-starter and master new material quickly. I am also able to work well both with and without supervision.

I have enjoyed the many benefits and training that the military has offered to me and I am now ready to expand upon my skills and further my career. I am looking forward to discussing the position with you.

Eric B. Mullins

Eric B. Mullins
1 B Rhodes Avenue
Shaw Air Force Base, SC 29152

To obtain a challenging position that will allow me to use my training and experience for advancement based on my job performance.

Four years of increasing responsibility and leadership in testing, flight line maintenance and repair of F-16CJ and General Electric F110-GE-129 turbofan engines.

Aircraft Hydraulics -- Propulsion Systems -- Surface Controls -- Turbines -- Troubleshooting Fuel Systems -- Braking Systems -- Oxygen Systems -- Landing Gear -- Airframe -- Fire Fighting Equipment -- Pumps

United States Air Force Dedicated Crew Chief - 4 years of service on F-16C/D Aircraft and Associated Equipment. Secret Security Clearance.

Read and interpret maintenance and operating manuals, schematics, technical drawings, service bulletins and specification sheets. Service, dismantle, and repair F-16 systems to establish specification and performance standards.

Interpret test results to determine feasibility and method of repairing and/or replacing damaged or malfunctioning components. Troubleshoot structural, propulsion and mechanical systems, including: landing gear, hydraulic systems, fuel systems, pneumatic systems, flight controls, brakes, etc.

Ability to organize, prioritize, and handle details with consistent accuracy and precision; experienced in keeping logs and filling out service reports. Familiar with computerized order entry and equipment performance.

Community College of the Air Force-Pending AS 10/98-10/01
- Aircraft fundamentals (218 Hrs)
- Fighter Aircraft Maintenance Apprentice (768 Hrs)
- F-16 Advanced Crew Chief Training (104 Hrs)
Mountain Empire Community College 09/94-06/97
J. J. Kelly High School 09/89-06/94

References Available Upon Request; Willing To Travel and/or Relocate