Aviation Munitions Technicians, also known as Ordnance Technicians are trained to handle munitions installation and maintenance in land-based or carrier-borne fighter jets, attack planes, combat helicopters and short to long range bombers. Apart from actual in-circuit and modular repairs of air-borne weaponry, these technicians perform physical inventory storage and accounting, deployment and breakout, transport of armanentation and armament-handling appliances, air launched missiles, and other conventional non-nuclear munitions.
Aviation Munitions/Ordnance Technician CV Format
Paul F. Matterson
E. Twiggs, Tampa, Florida
Phone: (772) 435-4887
To work as a Aviation Munitions Ordnance Technician for the civilian or military air defense force
1999 – Present: Aviation Munitions Ordnance Technician MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa
- Receive and process documents for storage of munitions destined for eventual installation in designated aircraft types in the base.
- Perform required inspections, calibration adjustments and repair of missiles and other projectile weapons systems.
- Conduct preventive and corrective maintenance on support launch equipment, aircraft gun turrets, multiple bomb racks, targeting systems, and other air borne weapons systems
- Transport missiles, munitions and explosives using prescribed vehicles.
Skills and Qualification
- Passed eligibility for high restriction security clearance.
- Posses normal vision and color perception ability
- Excellent medical and physical fitness to handle heavy munitions load
- Excellent comprehension skills to decipher medium to complex instruction with the least supervision
1999 – 2002: In-house training on handling of munitions and explosives as well as emerging new air borne weaponry systems
1997 – 1999: Associate in Electronics, Louisiana Technical College, Tallulah Campus
Professional and Character References
To be furnished upon request