199 Viking Way
Brockport, New York 14420
Bachelor of Science in Computational Science, Math Minor
SUNY at Brockport, expected December, 2001
Brockport, NY 14420
--The Computational Science degree includes courses in computer programming, mathematics, and the natural sciences. Computational Science is a new field and this undergraduate program is unique in the country. CPS students learn advanced computer skills such as the use of graphics workstations and high-performance computers. Furthermore, CPS students acquire interdisciplinary knowledge and apply scientific principles in solving real-world problems. CPS graduates are well prepared for future employment in industry, research, and academia. Further explanation can be found at: http://www.cps.brockport.edu
Bachelor of Science in Professional Aeronautics
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, expected May 2002
Daytona Beach, Florida 32114
--The Professional Aeronautics degree program was conceived and developed specifically for people who have already established and progressed in an aviation career. The curriculum is designed to build on the knowledge and skills acquired through training and experience in one of the many aviation occupations. The combination of aviation experience and required and elective courses in aeronautical science, management, computer science, economics, communications, humanities, social science, mathematics, and physical science prepares graduates for career growth and increased responsibility.
1998-present Koch's Spraying Service; Owner/Operator
Responsible for management of 2 to 3 employees and book-keeping as well as landscape construction, lawn care, integrated pest-management, equipment maintenance, and logistics.
1990-1998 United States Army:
Honorably Discharged with rank of Chief Warrant Officer 2
1996-1998 Medical Evacuation Pilot; Operations Officer
-- Ft. Drum, New York
Responsibilities included logistical and administrative duties pertaining to the employment of an 8-ship medical evacuation unit. Implemented training and deployment schedules, as well as supervising maintenance and day to day med-evac operations.
1994-1996 Maintenance Officer, 10TH Mountain Division
--Ft. Drum, New York
Responsibilities included conducting and supervising maintenance on the weapons systems, target acquisitions systems, and communications of the Division's OH-58D attack helicopters. Gained extensive experience in logistics and communications, and well as experience in leadership and supervision. Platoon leader for 16 soldiers and NCO's.
1994 Flight School (Initial Entry Rotary-Wing), UH-60 A/L qualification
--Ft. Rucker, Alabama
Curriculum included classes on theory of flight and combined arms, as well as supply, military history, meteorology, survival, and the responsibilities and morality required for leadership.
1994 Warrant Officer Candidate School;
--Ft. Rucker, Alabama
Curriculum included classes on the force structure of allied and Soviet-style forces, physical fitness, leadership and teamwork. Distinguished Honor Graduate - Warrant Officer Basic Course.
1993-1994 160TH Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR)
Promoted to sergeant; deployed aboard USS Saipan and to South America in support of anti-drug missions. Conducted extensive maintenance on flight controls, pneumatic and hydraulic systems of Regiments MH-47E helicopters.
1992-1993 Mechanical Training, Apache Helicopter Repair School
--Ft. Eustis, Virginia
Studied target acquisition/designation system and pilot's night vision system (TADS/PINVIS) for AH-64A helicopters, as well as hydraulic controls, environmental control system, and weapons systems.
1990-1992 CH-47D Chinook Helicopter Repairer and Crew Chief
Deployed throughout central and eastern Europe in support of Nuclear Weapons Assuredy. Conducted maintenance on CH-47D flight control systems.
ACTIVITIES AND INTERESTS
presently building a multiprocessor computer
available on request...
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