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  • 1. Page of1KING, KYLE DAVID XXX-XX-2907 08/01/2007 ** PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION ** 6 KING, KYLE DAVID XXX-XX-2907 Aviation Electrician's Mate Airman KING, KYLE DAVID Transcript Sent To: Name: SSN: Rank: SAILOR/MARINE AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION REGISTRY TRANSCRIPT C-100-2020 Military Course ID: Avionics Common Core, Class A1Course: 18-APR-2003Date Taken: 10-JUN-2003 Description: Upon completion of the course, the student will apply basic knowledge and skills in aviation fundamentals, DC/AC electricity/electronics, digital principles, and solid state devices. ACE Credit Recommendation: ACE Identifier: NV-1715-1819 **INDIVIDUAL COPY** To Military Course Completions Air Technical Training Center Pensacola, FL A-950-000104-FEB-2003 10-APR-2003 NV-2202-0165 Recruit Training Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of general military and Navy protocol, first aid, personal health, safety, basic swimming, water survival skills, physical fitness, and fire fighting. In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in personal conditioning and 1 in personal/community health (10/06). Courses: Date Taken: Description: ACE Credit Recommendation: ACE Identifier: Military Course ID: To ActiveStatus:
  • 2. Page of2KING, KYLE DAVID XXX-XX-2907 08/01/2007 ** PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION ** 6 C-602-2039 C-602-9442 Military Course ID: Military Course ID: Aviation Electrician's Mate Strand, Class A1 MH-53E Electrical/Instrument and Digital Automatic Flight Control Systems (DAFCS) Organizational Maintenance Course: Course: 11-JUN-2003 06-OCT-2005 Date Taken: Date Taken: 10-SEP-2003 01-FEB-2006 Description: Description: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform routine and scheduled maintenance on aircraft electrical, instrument, and navigational systems. Upon completion of the course, the student will able to inspect, test, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair various helicopter electrical systems, subsystems, and electrical components. In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 2 semester hours in DC circuits, 2 in AC circuits, 2 in solid state circuits electronics, and 2 in aviation fundamentals (3/00). In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in aircraft electrical systems, 3 in solid-state electronics, and 3 in aircraft instrument systems. See NV-1715-1819 for common core credit (12/05). In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 4 semester hours in aircraft systems fundamentals, and 5 in aircraft maintenance fundamentals (11/02). ACE Credit Recommendation: ACE Credit Recommendation: ACE Identifier: ACE Identifier: NV-1715-1820 NV-1704-0606 To To Air Technical Training Center Air Maintenance Training Unit Pensacola, FL Norfolk, VA Military Experience *NONE ASSIGNED *NONE ASSIGNED NER-AR Airman Recruit To assimilate recruits into the Navy way of life and to prepare them for further advanced training in specialized Navy occupations. None Occupation: Occupation: ACE Identifier: ACE Identifier: Occupation ID: Description: ACE Credit Recommendation:
  • 3. Page of3KING, KYLE DAVID XXX-XX-2907 08/01/2007 ** PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION ** 6 *NONE ASSIGNED NER-AE-005 NER-AE-005 NER-AA NEC-8303 AE3 -- Select Airman Apprentice CH/MH-53E Systems Organizational Maintenance Technician Aviation Electrician's Mate Aviation Electrician's Mate Assist in the maintenance of aircraft and associated aeronautical equipment and in the maintenance of aircraft support equipment; service and clean aircraft; assist in aircraft handling; and perform other apprenticeship duties required in the operation of naval aviation activities afloat and ashore. Performs organizational level maintenance on the CH/MH-53E aircraft. Maintains and repairs electrical, instrument, and power systems on various aircraft. This includes power generation, conversion, and distribution systems; aircraft systems, including hydraulic, landing gear, flight control, anti-icing, rain control, anti-skid braking, fire protection, utility, and power plant and related systems; instrument systems, including aircraft engine, flight, and other indicating and warning systems; automatic flight control and stabilization systems; aircraft compass systems; attitude reference systems; inertial navigation systems; uses computers in various aspects of work; applies Hazmat procedures and Quality Assurance methods; and applies aircraft corrosion control techniques. Duty assignments are designated as either O-Level (troubleshooting and replacing modular systems on aircraft) or I-Level (disassembling, repairing, and benchtesting modules). Persons assigned the AE rating receive equivalent training and must pass the same advancement examination, regardless of whether duty assignments have been O-Level, I-Level, or both. Troubleshoots and repairs electrical and instrument systems on aircraft; follows standard checkout procedures to locate and repair electrical malfunctions; reads schematics and block diagrams; uses volt-ohm-millimeter and oscilloscope; repairs inertial navigation systems; measures voltage, current, and resistance; calibrates temperature sensing system; completes maintenance forms and inventories parts and supplies; performs avionics corrosion control; supervises and trains airmen apprentices; and uses various maintenance and supply tracking computer applications. None None In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in electrical/electronic laboratory, 2 in AC/DC theory, 2 in electrical test instruments, 3 in electrical troubleshooting, 1 in electrical safety fundamentals, and 1 in Hazmat control (3/06). Occupation: Occupation: Occupation: ACE Identifier: ACE Identifier: ACE Identifier: Occupation ID: Occupation ID: Occupation ID: Description: Description: Description: ACE Credit Recommendation: ACE Credit Recommendation: ACE Credit Recommendation:
  • 4. Page of4KING, KYLE DAVID XXX-XX-2907 08/01/2007 ** PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION ** 6 College Level Test Scores NER-AN-003 AE3 AN Airman Maintains and repairs electrical, instrument, and power systems on various aircraft. This includes power generation, conversion, and distribution systems; aircraft systems, including hydraulic, landing gear, flight control, anti-icing, rain control, anti-skid braking, fire protection, utility, and power plant and related systems; instrument systems, including aircraft engine, flight, and other indicating and warning systems; automatic flight control and stabilization systems; aircraft compass systems; attitude reference systems; inertial navigation systems; uses computers in various aspects of work; applies Hazmat procedures and Quality Assurance methods; and applies aircraft corrosion control techniques. Duty assignments are designated as either O-Level (troubleshooting and replacing modular systems on aircraft) or I-Level (disassembling, repairing, and benchtesting modules). Persons assigned the AE rating receive equivalent training and must pass the same advancement examination, regardless of whether duty assignments have been O-Level, I-Level, or both. Troubleshoots and repairs electrical and instrument systems on aircraft; follows standard checkout procedures to locate and repair electrical malfunctions; reads schematics and block diagrams; uses volt-ohm-millimeter and oscilloscope; repairs inertial navigation systems; measures voltage, current, and resistance; calibrates temperature sensing system; completes maintenance forms and inventories parts and supplies; performs avionics corrosion control; supervises and trains airmen apprentices; and uses various maintenance and supply tracking computer applications. Assists in the maintenance of aircraft, associated aeronautical equipment, and aircraft support equipment; services, cleans, and handles aircraft; performs other apprentice-level duties involved in the operation of a naval aircraft afloat and ashore. In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in electrical/electronic laboratory, 2 in AC/DC theory, 2 in electrical test instruments, 3 in electrical troubleshooting, 1 in electrical safety fundamentals, and 1 in Hazmat control (3/06). In the vocational certificate category, 2 semester hours in fundamentals of aircraft service/maintenance. NOTE: Credit for airman (AN) should be granted only after pay grade E-3 has been achieved (12/01). Occupation: ACE Identifier: Occupation ID: Occupation ID: Description: Description: ACE Credit Recommendation: ACE Credit Recommendation: *NONE ASSIGNED -- Occupation not evaluated by ACE or not evaluated during the time frame held by service member. NONE
  • 5. Page of5KING, KYLE DAVID XXX-XX-2907 08/01/2007 ** PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION ** 6 A-950-0006 A-950-0080 CANSF-ATFP-CONUS-1.0 CPD-DFL-01 S-501-0150 CANSF-ATFP-CONUS-1.0 DOD-IAA-V2.0 OPER0151 LEAD0125 OPER0131 OPER0152 OPER0153 OPER0154 OPER0131 Course ID Date Taken Title Location Reason This section provides a record of the service member's learning experiences that do not have credit recommended for one or more of the following reasons: (1) The course has not been evaluated by ACE (2) The class attendance dates were not recorded in the service member's record (3) The course was not completed during the ACE evaluation period (4) The course was not evaluated by ACE at this specific location Other Learning Experiences Navy Student Indoctrination Personnel Financial Management ATFP Level I Awareness Training For Service Members (CONUS) Driving For Life Personal Resonsibility and Values Education and Training ATFP Level I Awareness Training For Service Members (CONUS) DOD Information Assurance Awareness Lean Logic Leading Change From The Front Line Six Sigma Introduction Lean Value Lean Techniques Lean Strategies Six Sigma Introduction Naval Aviation Technical Training Center Pensacola FL Naval Aviation Technical Training Center Pensacola FL US Department of the Navy US Department of the Navy Bureau of Naval Personnel Det Drug and Alcohol Program Management Activity Norfolk VA US Department of the Navy US Department of the Navy SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 15-APR-2003 17-APR-2003 02-NOV-2004 22-FEB-2005 10-MAR-2005 07-APR-2005 14-APR-2005 25-MAY-2005 26-MAY-2005 26-MAY-2005 26-MAY-2005 20-JUN-2005 20-JUN-2005 21-JUN-2005
  • 6. Page of6KING, KYLE DAVID XXX-XX-2907 08/01/2007 ** PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION ** 6 OPER0141 OPER0142 OPER0143 OPER0144 OPER0145 OPER0147 OPER0148 44751 OPER0146 14983 SFTY0101 CNL-FB-1.0 JKDDC-TIP-1 C-602-4410 CANSF-ATFP-CONUS-1.0 CANS-M16WS-1.0 CPD-LEVELB-1.0 DOD-IAA-V2.0 DOD-IAA-V2.0 Six Sigma: Reducing Variation To Improve Quality Six Sigma: Listening To The Voice Of The Customer Six Sigma Dmaic: Defining The Problem Six Sigma Dmaic: Measuring The Process Six Sigma Dmaic: Analyzing The Data Six Sigma Dmaic: Improving The Process Six Sigma Dmaic: Controlling The Improved Process Six Sigma Part 1: Six Sigma Essentials Six Sigma Dmaic: Analyzing The Process Safety: Electrical Safety Electrical Safety Basics Fleet Business: The Navy Business And Fiscal Practices Course Trafficking In Persons Basic Awareness Training H-60 Wire System Repair Organizational Maintenance ATFP Level I Awareness Training For Service Members (CONUS) M16 Weapon Safety Level B - Code Of Conduct DOD Information Assurance Awareness DOD Information Assurance Awareness SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills SkillSoft Business Skills NETg Business and Professional Develop SkillSoft Business Skills NETg Business and Professional Develop SkillSoft Business Skills US Department of the Navy US Department of the Navy Naval Air Maintenance Training Group Det Norfolk VA US Department of the Navy US Department of the Navy US Department of the Navy US Department of the Navy US Department of the Navy 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 21-JUN-2005 21-JUN-2005 21-JUN-2005 22-JUN-2005 27-JUN-2005 27-JUN-2005 27-JUN-2005 07-JUL-2005 07-JUL-2005 13-JUL-2005 13-JUL-2005 15-JUL-2005 09-NOV-2005 13-APR-2006 05-JUN-2006 06-JUN-2006 07-JUN-2006 30-SEP-2006 04-APR-2007