Calibration Technician Evals
Invaluable Trainer. Expertly mentored and qualified new 3rd Class PO in scales, torque cells, force gages, and tachometers, while performing more than one-hundred individual calibrations at Mid-Atlantic Regional Calibration Center in over three months saving the MARCC more than $15,000 and adding another trained individual.
TAD calibration technician in the Aviation Intermediate Maintenance Department calibration lab onboard USS Kearsarge during operation Bold Alligator. Trained seven members in the repair and troubleshooting of the 6268B Power Supply, AN/UPM-155 RADAR Test Sets, 3695 torque standard, and the 3665 Tire Pressure Gage Calibrator, contributing to a 50 percent increase in operational readiness. Also streamlined shop processes for receipt, issue, repair, and calibration areas which decreased turn-around time from 10 days to five.
During the time spent at the Calibration Facility, I MEF, COMBAT LOGISTICS REGIMENT 15, SGT Cross completed over five thousand pieces of equipment. He trained seven new technicians and managed over two million dollars worth of standard calibration equipment.
Served as the Advanced Calibration Technician Course (ACTC) Division Officer at Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training (CNATT) Unit Keesler. He managed his division in the instruction of 174 joint-service and foreign military students and accumulated over 300 classroom hours of college level instruction in Advanced Calibration Principles and Electronic Repair.
PETTY OFFICER HORTON EXPERTLY CALIBRATED AND REPAIRED A VARIETY OF ELECTRONIC TEST AND MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS (TAMS), ENSURING THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF READINESS FOR NAVSEA AND NAVAIR CUSTOMERS.