United States Navy
Tomahawk Strike Manager
Trained to troubleshoot and repair their systems, as well as operate weapon systems on-board surface combatant ships. Trained in the repair, maintenance, operation and employment of the Tomahawk Weapon System.
Graduate of the Advanced Electronics / Computer Field which includes extensive training in all aspects of electronics including computer systems, radars, communications systems and weapons fire control systems such as the Navy's advanced missile system, Aegis.
Typical duties include:
Provide system employment recommendations
Perform organizational and intermediate maintenance on digital computer equipment, subsystems, and systems; operate and maintain combat and weapons direction systems, surface-to-air and surface-to-surface missile systems, and gun fire control systems at the organizational and intermediate level
Inspect, test, align, and repair micro/minicomputers and associated peripheral equipment, data conversion units, data display equipment, data link terminal equipment, print devices, and system related equipment; make analysis for detailed systems, computer programs, electronics, and electronic casualty control
Operate associated built-in and external test equipment
Load, initialize, and run preprogrammed diagnostic, performance and testing routines for digital computer equipment, digital subsystems, digital systems, and overall combat systems.
Spent 3 years teaching the operation and maintenance of the Tomahawk Weapon Control System.
Served 2 years being responsible for safety. Drafted all safety reports, conducted safety inspections, and held safety training.
Spent 3 years as a tactical trainer on all US Navy ships out of Norfolk Virginia. Instructed the employment of the Tomahawk Weapon System ending in the ships certification allowing them to deploy the weapon system on deployment.
Command Financial Specialist
Served 2 years as the financial specialist at my Command. Was responsible for counseling and training the Command in all aspects of personal financial responsibility.
Departmental Leading Chief Petty Officer
Served 2 years of supervising 45+ Sailors in the Weapons Department whoose responsibilities were the deployment of weapon systems.