nathaniel gilbert resume
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Nathaniel A. Gilbert
HIGHLY EXPERIENCED ELECTRONICS TECHINICIAN
Schematics ~ AC/DC ~ Military Communications ~Network Management
~ T.S Clearance ~ Corrective and Preventative Maintenance ~ System Testing
~Spectrum Analyzer~ Information Assurance ~ Troubleshooting~ Cryptography
~ Electronics Maintenance ~ Antenna Maintenance ~ Customer Service
United States Navy, Oct 2010-Oct 2015
Electronics Technician (Communications) - U.S.S Pennsylvania, Bangor WA
Responsible for operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of submarine
communications equipment. Extensive experience with R.F. and satellite
communications, network troubleshooting, electronics theory and maintenance,
fiber optic cabling.
Held T.S clearance (with SCI eligibility) as a result of duties.
Conducted over 20 at sea repairs of critical electronic systems using only
available materials, without the ability to resupply needed parts.
Trained and mentored 10 junior personnel in operation, troubleshooting, and
repair of highly technical electronic systems.
Conducted over 300 communication operations utilizing spectrum analyzers, as
well as operation of extremely high frequency (EHF), very high frequency (VHF),
low frequency (LF), ultra high frequency (UHF) and very low frequency (VLF)
Conducted over 300 communication operations utilizing cryptographic
equipment to include the use of : KIV-7, PYQ-10, KIV-7M. KG-84, KOV-17, DMR,
Established over 300 I.P connections, quickly isolating and resolving any issues
that arose during operations.
Supported information assurance by verifying all information transmitted was
properly classified, and properly encrypted.
EDUCATION AND TRAINNING
American Military University, Charlestown West Virginia
33 credits in Information Technology Management.
Electronics Core Apprentice Technical Training U.S. Navy Groton, CT
Course of studies included: direct and alternating current, analog and digital
devices, transistors/diodes, power supplies, digital circuits, and computer
Tactical Computers and Network Operator U.S. Navy Groton, CT
Course of studies included :Windows and UNIX systems; network
troubleshooting; network security risks; computer and peripherals
troubleshooting, security principles, network protocols, IP addressing, UNIX
fundamentals, network configuration, LAN technologies, computer
troubleshooting, and open system interface (OSI) model.
Common Submarine Radio Room (CSRR) Operator U.S. Navy Groton, CT,
Course of studies included : operation of electronic communication
equipment to include very high frequency (VHF), low frequency (LF), ultra
high frequency (UHF) and very low frequency (VLF) communication systems
, spectrum analyzers, performance system tests, secure voice
communications, encrypted communications, antenna systems, power
distribution systems, network systems management, security and operation
of cryptographic equipment and electronic key systems.