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  1. 1. 02/13/2007 05:50 PMVerification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) Page 1 of 6https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/vmet/owa/vmet_web_display.DD2586Frameset?p=6702318 VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING 1. LAST NAME - FIRST NAME - MIDDLE NAME BRANCH TRAVIS WADE 2. SEX M 3. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER XXX-XX-XXXX 4. PAY GRADE E-5 5. MILITARY SERVICE AND COMPONENT NAVY, ACTIVE 6. DATE OF BIRTH XXXX XXX XX 7. DATE OF INFORMATION 2006 OCT 01 8. PRIMARY MILITARY OCCUPATION AND TITLE AT, Aviation Electronics Technician 9. YEAR(S) IN SERVICE 4 10. EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING HISTORY (In reverse chronological order) EXPERIENCE HISTORY: OCCUPATION: AT, Aviation Electronics Technician PRIMARY OCCUPATION: NAVY, ACTIVE: PETTY OFFICER SECOND CLASS, Pay Grade E-5 SEP 2006 - OCT 2006 (1 Month) NAVY, ACTIVE: PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS, Pay Grade E-4 NOV 2004 - SEP 2006 (1 Year 10 Months) NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN, Pay Grade E-3 FEB 2003 - NOV 2004 (1 Year 9 Months) DUTY OCCUPATION: NAVY, ACTIVE: PETTY OFFICER SECOND CLASS, Pay Grade E-5 SEP 2006 - OCT 2006 (1 Month) NAVY, ACTIVE: PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS, Pay Grade E-4 NOV 2004 - SEP 2006 (1 Year 10 Months) NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN, Pay Grade E-3 FEB 2003 - NOV 2004 (1 Year 9 Months) OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: AT (NER-AT-004, Exhibit dates DEC 2001 - OCT 2006) Maintains and repairs electronic communications systems and inflight navigation and detection systems on aircraft. Duty assignments are designated as either O-Level (troubleshooting and replacing module systems on aircraft) or I- Level (disassembling, repairing, and bench-testing modules); persons assigned the AT rating receive equivalent training and must pass the same advancement examinations, regardless of whether duty assignments have been O- Level, I-Level, or both. PAY GRADES UP TO E-5 (AT2): Bench tests components of and maintains radar systems, radar and tactical displays, IFF/SIF equipment, radar altimeters, Doppler navigation equipment, radio navigation equipment, analog computing devices, communications systems, CIC and electronic countermeasures equipment, laser and fiber-optic equipment, infrared devices, recorder systems, and aircraft digital data systems; follows standard checkout procedures to locate malfunctions; reads schematics and block diagrams; uses basic and RF electronic test equipment and
  2. 2. 02/13/2007 05:50 PMVerification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) Page 2 of 6https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/vmet/owa/vmet_web_display.DD2586Frameset?p=6702318 specialized system test equipment; completes maintenance forms; inventories parts and supplies; maintains technical library; performs avionics corrosion control. Performs troubleshooting and repair of all equipment noted in the AT3 description; performs other tasks not covered in standard service manuals; may have attended training programs in troubleshooting and repairing specialized equipment; serves as crew leader. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: AT (NER-AT-004, Exhibit dates DEC 2001 - OCT 2006) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in introduction to electronics, 2 in DC circuits, 2 in AC circuits, 2 in digital principles, 2 in electronic devices and circuits, 3 in computer systems and organization, 2 in electronic communications, and 3 in electronic systems troubleshooting and maintenance (12/01). RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: AT Avionics Technician (DOT 823.261-026) Avionics Technicians (ONET 49-2091.00) Data Processing Equipment Repairers (OES 85705) Electronics Mechanic (DOT 828.261-022) Electronics Repairers, Commercial And Industrial Equipment (OES 85717) OCCUPATION: AA, Airman Apprentice PRIMARY OCCUPATION: NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN APPRENTICE, Pay Grade E-2 MAY 2002 - FEB 2003 (9 Months) OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: AA (NER-AN-003, Exhibit dates DEC 2001 - OCT 2006) Under close supervision 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. OCCUPATION: AN, Airman DUTY OCCUPATION: NAVY, ACTIVE: SEAMAN APPRENTICE, Pay Grade E-2 MAY 2002 - FEB 2003 (9 Months) OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: AN (NER-AN-003, Exhibit dates DEC 2001 - OCT 2006) 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. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: AN (NER-AN-003, Exhibit dates DEC 2001 - OCT 2006) 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). RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATION FOR: AN Air Crew Members (ONET 55-3011.00)
  3. 3. 02/13/2007 05:50 PMVerification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) Page 3 of 6https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/vmet/owa/vmet_web_display.DD2586Frameset?p=6702318 ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATION(S): NAVY: NAVY ENLISTED CLASSIFICATIONS: 6688 - USM-484 Hybrid Test Set (HTS) IMA Technician JUL 2005 - OCT 2006 (Description dates JAN 1985 - OCT 2006) Performs in-depth maintenance and circuit analysis on the USM-484 HTS. 6704 - Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) Test Station IMA Operator/Maintainer JUN 2003 - OCT 2006, FEB 2003 - APR 2003 (Description dates APR 1991 - OCT 2006) Operates and maintains, including both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, the CASS test station. Executes and monitors test programs and repairs various avionics UUTs through R&R of faulty SRAs. OTHER RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS: Data Processing Equipment Repairers (ONET 49-2011.02) Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment (ONET 49-2094.00) ** Note: Experience history data not available prior to FY 75 ** TRAINING HISTORY: COURSES SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED ** Note: Description, Length, or Credit Recommendation will not be displayed for a course if that information is not available. ** MILITARY TRAINING: JAN 2006 - JAN 2006 NAVY COURSE: A-495-0416, GEN SHBD FF TRN LENGTH: 1 Day. 00000 (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-495-0416) MILITARY TRAINING: MAY 2005 - JUN 2005 NAVY COURSE: C-198-3063, AN/USM-484 Hybrid Test System Operator/Maintainer Intermediate Maintenance LENGTH: 12-13 weeks (360 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-1699, Exhibit dates MAY 1997 - OCT 2006) Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to maintain, repair, and operate specific avionics test equipment. This course consists of classroom instruction, laboratory exercises, and experiences in simulated avionics systems environments. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-1699, Exhibit dates MAY 1997 - OCT 2006)
  4. 4. 02/13/2007 05:50 PMVerification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) Page 4 of 6https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/vmet/owa/vmet_web_display.DD2586Frameset?p=6702318 In the upper-division baccalaureate category, 5 semester hours in avionics/computer systems operation, 4 in avionics test equipment, 2 in fault isolation and testing, and 2 in computer programming languages (6/00). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: C-198-3063) MILITARY TRAINING: JUN 2003 - JUN 2003 NAVY COURSE: C-198-3069, AN/USM-636 (V) Common Operator/Maintainer Intermediate Maintenance LENGTH: 2-3 weeks (100 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-2068, Exhibit dates OCT 2000 - OCT 2006) Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to test and troubleshoot aircraft components using an AN/USM-636 (V) Consolidated Automated Support System. Laboratory, and lecture. Topics include theory of operation and procedures of testing for units under test. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-2068, Exhibit dates OCT 2000 - OCT 2006) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in electronic systems troubleshooting and maintenance (5/04). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: C-198-3069) MILITARY TRAINING: APR 2003 - JUN 2003 NAVY COURSE: C-198-3044, AN/USM-636A(V) Common Core Intermediate Maintenance LENGTH: 6-8 weeks (232 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-1988, Exhibit dates JUN 2000 - OCT 2006) Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to operate, test, troubleshoot, and maintain the consolidated automated support system test unit. Lecture and laboratory experience cover operation, testing, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the test set, power subsystem, external hard drive, station control subsystem, waveform, and pulse generator. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-1988, Exhibit dates JUN 2000 - OCT 2006) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in computer operations management and 2 in electronic systems troubleshooting and maintenance (9/00). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: C-198-3044) MILITARY TRAINING: APR 2003 - APR 2003 NAVY COURSE: C-600-3601, Command Indoctriniation LENGTH: 2 Days. 00000 (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: C-600-3601)
  5. 5. 02/13/2007 05:50 PMVerification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) Page 5 of 6https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/vmet/owa/vmet_web_display.DD2586Frameset?p=6702318 MILITARY TRAINING: SEP 2002 - JAN 2003 NAVY COURSE: C-100-2017, Aviation Technician Level 1 Strand, Class A1 LENGTH: 15 weeks (524-526 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-1816, Exhibit dates OCT 1995 - OCT 2006) Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to repair avionics systems at the apprentice level. This course covers basic trigonometry; AC/DC electricity series and parallel LCR circuits; and basic electronic devices such as diodes, transistors, operational amplifiers, power supplies, voltage regulators, digital and microprocessor basics, communications electronic circuits, and radar. Learning methods include lectures, discussions, and laboratory exercises. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-1816, Exhibit dates OCT 1995 - OCT 2006) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in DC/AC circuits, 3 in solid state electronics, 3 in electronic communications, and 3 in radar principles. See NV-1715-1819 for common core credit (1/97). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: C-100-2017) MILITARY TRAINING: JUL 2002 - SEP 2002 NAVY COURSE: C-100-2020, Avionics Common Core, Class A1 LENGTH: 7-8 weeks (293 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-1715-1819, Exhibit dates MAR 1999 - OCT 2006) 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. Through lectures and laboratory exercises, the student will gain an understanding of aircraft fundamentals as related to avionics installation and maintenance; introductory DC circuit theorems and analysis; introductory AC circuit theory; and fundamentals of digital circuits and solid state devices. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-1715-1819, Exhibit dates MAR 1999 - OCT 2006) 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). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: C-100-2020) MILITARY TRAINING: JUL 2002 - JUL 2002 NAVY COURSE: A-950-0006, NAVY STU INDOC LENGTH: 2 Days. 00000
  6. 6. 02/13/2007 05:50 PMVerification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) Page 6 of 6https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/vmet/owa/vmet_web_display.DD2586Frameset?p=6702318 (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-950-0006) MILITARY TRAINING: JUL 2002 - JUL 2002 NAVY COURSE: A-950-0080, PFM LENGTH: 2 Days. 00000 (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-950-0080) MILITARY TRAINING: MAY 2002 - JUL 2002 NAVY COURSE: A-950-0001, Recruit Training LENGTH: 8-10 weeks (122-169 hours) COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION: (NV-2202-0165, Exhibit dates JAN 1995 - JUL 2002) Upon completion of the course, the recruit will demonstrate knowledge of general military and Navy protocol, first aid, personal health and safety, basic swimming, fire fighting and damage control, seamanship, water survival skills, and will meet prescribed standards for physical fitness. Course includes lectures, demonstrations, and performance exercises in military protocol and drill, seamanship, fire fighting, first aid, safety, health, and physical conditioning. CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (NV-2202-0165, Exhibit dates JAN 1995 - JUL 2002) In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in personal fitness/conditioning, 1 in personal/community health, and 1 in first aid and safety (8/99). (NAVY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: A-950-0001) ** Note: Limited training history is available prior to FY 84 (ARMY); FY 78 (NAVY); FY 70 (AIR FORCE); FY 67 (MARINE CORPS) ** END OF AUTOMATED MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING HISTORY DATA ** Note: This history includes only the centrally automated experience and training information that the services maintained on your military record ** LEGEND CODE: DOT: Dictionary of Occupational Titles published by the Department of Labor OES: Occupational Employment Statistics published by the Office of Personnel Management O*NET: Occupational Information Network 11. ISSUING OFFICIAL 12. PAGE NUMBER 1 DD FORM 2586, FEB 2000 PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE

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