Frederick M. LeClair
3675 Misty Woods Circle
Pace, FL 32571
Objective Position as a Home Inspector
Education Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, 1998
Bachelor of Science, Professional Aeronautics, GPA 4.0
Certification Florida Home Inspector w/ Wind Mitigation
InterNachi Certified Professional Inspector
FAA Airframe and Powerplants Certificate
NRA Range Safety Officer
• July 2020 – January 2021 – Legacy Home Inspections. Accompanied owner/mentor during home inspections which included Home inspection, Wind Mitigations & Four Point inspections. (unpaid)
• July 2020 – Present: Peoples Trust Insurance (contractor). Performed Interior and exterior inspections on homes using company standards (unlicensed).
• January 2019 – Present: Escambia River Gun Club, Range Safety Officer. Provided firearms safety and training to over 1000 club members. Maintained 100% accident free rate during this period.
• May 2018 – January 2019: Retired
• January 2017 – May 2018: Dyncorp International, NAS Whiting Field; Scheduled/Unscheduled Maintenance Supervisor for 150 T-6A aircraft. Supervise 40 personnel in 4 work centers.
• October 2016 – January 2017: Retired
• August 2016 – October 2016: Celadon Trucking, Indianapolis Indiana; Over the Road truck driver. Drove a tractor trailer unit throughout the Unites Stares delivering goods for company customers.
• March 2016 – August 2016: Dyncorp International, NAS Pensacola; T-6A Aircraft Mechanic. Perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on 46 T-6A aircraft. Engine run, Tire & Wheel, Plane Captain, Hydraulic Contamination and CDI certification.
• January 2016 – February 2016: Stevens Transport, Dallas, TX; Over the Road truck driver. Drove a tractor trailer unit throughout the Unites Stares delivering goods for company customers.
• December 2009 – January 2016: U.S. Air Force Civil Service; Aircraft Mechanic Supervisor: Maintenance Support Unit Supervisor for 23 T-6A and 21 T-1A aircraft. Supervise 24 personnel in 5 technical specialties. (APG, ENG, FUEL, AVI, EGRESS) Safe for fight and CDI qualified. Alternate Maintenance Control Supervisor.
• February 2005 – December 2009: L-3/Sikorsky Support Services, NAS Pensacola; Scheduled/Unscheduled Maintenance Foreman for 40 T-6A aircraft. Supervise 40 personnel in 4 work centers. Alternate Maintenance Control Supervisor. Consistently produced top quality product maintaining “Ready for Training” rate well above contractual requirement. NALCOMIS expert. Maintained qualifications of T-6 mechanic.
• April 2003- February 2005: L-3, NAS Pensacola; T-6A aircraft mechanic. Performed scheduled/unscheduled maintenance on 40 T-6A aircraft. Fully qualified in all mechanical systems (APG). Designated as Collateral Duty Inspector.
• August 2001 – April 2003: ST Mobile Aerospace Engineering, Mobile, AL; B-757 lead A&P mechanic (APG). Performed depot level maintenance and Passenger to Freighter modifications on Boeing 757 aircraft. Supervised 20 A&P mechanics in all phases of modification and repair. Met company requirements for on-budget delivery of aircraft to customers.
• August 2000 –August 2001: Raytheon Aircraft, NAS Whiting Field; Aircraft servicer (T-34C Plane Captain). Performed flight line servicing and inspections.
• August 1999 – August 2000: ST Mobile Aerospace Engineering, Mobile, AL; MD-80 A&P mechanic. Performed depot level inspection and repair on MD-80 aircraft.
• August 1979 – August 1999: U.S. Navy; Aviation Machinist Mate. Retired as Senior Chief Petty Officer.
o Maintenance Control Supervisor – Managed the planned maintenance schedule for nine aircraft (P-3). Directed the production efforts of 274 technicians supporting maintenance facilities throughout the U.S., Asia, and the Far East. Increased aircraft availability rate 11%. Maintained aircraft availability rate 20% above established goals. Recognized as the #1 maintenance control supervisor by the Commanding Officer.
o Powerplants Shop Foreman – supervised 31 mechanics performing preventative maintenance and repair on 36 turbine engines and related systems. Recognized as a top-notch manager, promoted to production control supervisor in less than nine months.
o Line Maintenance Supervisor – coordinated the efforts of 24 technicians during all phases of aircraft line maintenance. Transformed an unproductive division into “Shop of the Month” within four months.