- Full time
- Part time
- One time
It is to understand what is being taken from the job and interaction between it.
28th Combat Aviation Brigade
February 2009 - February 2010
Deployed to Iraq with the 28th Combat Aviation Brigade.
Nuclear, biological and chemical effected water.
Fuel testing to see the water level (Aqua Glow).
I am also CLS, combat life saver certified.
I was awarded for my volunteer work at the TMC, on top of my 12 hours
mandatory shift everyday.
OTHER WORK While I was deployed I volunteered at the TMC ( Troops Medical
Clinic ). I did over 200 hours at the TMC.
EXPERIENCE In Iraq i have pre-screened patients by taking vital signs, giving intravenous injections, EKG. I have also assisted with a mole removal
surgery and after that assisted the medical staff by stitching the incision area. Working at the Petroleum Laboratory we did The Aqua- Glow III water detector/mini monitor contamination testing, to detect and measure the amount of undissolved water in kerosene-type jet
Temple Pharmacy Research Lab: We created and investigated planarian models for the study of drug action, drug abuse, physical dependence, receptor
affinity, toxicity of heavy metals in wastewater, and seizures. For the pilot study, we investigated the possibility that this versatile system
might be useful for studying certain pharmacotherapies used in the treatment of Parkinson disease.
E-5, United States Army
From January 2008
Water purification specialist - I have the skills to perform water quality analysis tests and install, operate, and maintain equipment used in the production, storage and distribution system. I have also learned during this training how to mix the chemicals and test to see there level is etiquette enough to be drinking water. I have also cross trained with the fuelers at the FARP (Fuel and Ammunition Resupply Point). There I supplied Blackhawk's, Apaches and Chinook Helicopters with fuel and ammunition.
Qualifications & Certifications
Montgomery County Community College