Aviation Sheetmetal Mechanic (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – March 13, 2018
Come in inventory Mod kit's, go over the job and tool requirement. Remove or have removal of items that would make the Modification items easier to install. The fabricate or alter blank items to fit. Install modification's. Apply chemical conversion item's for corrosion, prime, paint and sign off waiting inspector's approval. I learned how to perform not only the job at hand but to do it faster and beat most time deadlines. Management was ok with getting parts that were missing from kit's. Workplace culture was fast paced. The hardest part of the job was not seeing family for most people, I was single so it didn't matter. The most enjoyable part was finishing the job ahead of time.
The pay was good, and the road trips
I was not on the road team but sent anyway, but it all worked out
Computer System Analyst III (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – January 25, 2018
twist and turns, collaborating, friendly environment, different supervisors and changes. Very technical, very demanding, challenging, Contracted with the department of the Army. The company deals with aviation repair
I enjoyed my years of service at the dept of defense
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Tobyhanna, PA – September 6, 2017
I really enjoyed my 14 years on the job, it was a really good company to work for, I am looking to relocate somewhere, I truly hope and pray that I can find a job that would allow me to transfer so I wont lose my time my seniority means alot to me, I have been here 14 good years as a contractor. And the salary was very good.
Logistics Assistant (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – July 28, 2017
*Superior Managerial and Leadership Skills. Relentless effort in the inventory and acquisition of repairable components resulted to the increased flight line readiness thereby increasing fighting capabilities. Conducted a bulkhead to bulkhead inventory and corrected discrepancies of organizational clothing, gear and equipment valued in excess of 5 million dollars in receipt processing and storage thereby increasing storeroom validity and readiness. Instrumental in the Assault Craft and Equipment Repair parts Storeroom receiving an inventory and location validity of 100 percent during the command oversight inspection.
MECHANIC (Former Employee) – Fort Richardson, AK – July 4, 2017
Preventative Maintenance on military vehicles. I learned how to repair army trucks. The supervisor was one of the best supervisors i ever had. The workplace was a clean environment but some of the government employees were a problem. Nice pay with other benefits.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – June 13, 2017
It was really interesting. Taking all the very important, detail information and making sure it is in the system correctly since it is very sensitive. All information must match books for aircraft pilot.
Safety Observer/Quality Control Representative (Current Employee) – Ridgecrest, CA – September 13, 2015
A work environment that is supportive and productive with a proactive union that supports its workers. The core management within the site has a high turnover rate which equates to a disconnect between the leadership and its subordinates. The company at times selects personnel formerly in the senior enlisted corps of the military.
Morning and Afternoon Breaks, Travel Detachments, Pay Raises.
Material Management Specialist (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 21, 2015
It's a nice place to work if you've retired from another job and already have income, i.e. 50+ seniors. However, if you have a family to support, have any ambitions of eventually being more than a grunt or want some place where everyone is treated equally, this is not for you.