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.

Sincerely,
Eric B. Mullins




Eric B. Mullins
1 B Rhodes Avenue
Shaw Air Force Base, SC 29152
803-666-4288
crewdraw@gte.net

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

QUALIFICATIONS:
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.

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

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

Maintenance
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.

Diagnostics
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.

Clerical
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.


EDUCATION:
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