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Old 07-10-2004, 05:39 PM   #1
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I am a Aerospace Quailty Engineer, ASE Certified Mechanic, Lic Aircraft Mechanic, a member of SAE Society of Automotive Engineers and ASQ American Society of Quality Engineers. I attended Auburn University, Alabama Avaition and Tech College, University of Alabama Birmingham and James Madison University. I have 23 years in the Automotive Field building race engines for Cars, Boats and Motorcycles. I am a Volvo Master Mechanic for there marine racing and automotive engines. I am a Certified Pratt-Whitney and Allison jet engine mechanic as well as a Aerospace Quality Engineer for the largest Defense Company in the world


i have to say i admire you sir :worship: :worship: :worship: :worship: :worship:
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Are you being a smart *** ?????
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no dude its just amazing how much you have studied im serious it amazing how much youve accomplished seriously this is a compliment maybey it did seem a little like if i was trying to mock you but i can assure you sir im not
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Well thanks then I am sorry I took it wrong.
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yeah man i just wish i can accomplish so many things in a life time i have been studying automotive collision repair and i fell like my A.S.E. certification is so far away
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also im studing automatic transmissions also i would like to get certified in that but man it seems hard but i think i can get certified in boyh by the time im like 20
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I really never dove into auto Tranny's like I did Engines and on Jet engines I concentrated on Allison Turbo prop engines (on the C-130 Hercules and P-3 Orion) and the Prop reduction gear and pitch change mechanism.

I love engines. Nothing like standing in the intake of a G.E 90 Turbo fan on a MD-11 to appreciate the enormous size of the beast that produce 90,000 lbs of thrust compared to a fighter jet engine that produces 30,000 lbs of thrust. Boat engines are cool to especially the offshore racing boats that have 3 engines each producing 750 to 1000hp each
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im thinking of going into engines transmissions are really hard man but i dont want to just give up on the trannys but i think i will start going more into engines
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blah. too much book smarts.. but does Corey have any street smarts? just messing w/ ya man.
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Go Corey

I never got ASE certified. Didnt see the need. I dont do anything the way the factory would do it anyways.... Im a hotrodder MANNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN
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blah. too much book smarts.. but does Corey have any street smarts? just messing w/ ya man.
2: :arg: Damn I am a member of the street smart school of hard knocks. I Fumbled around for a long time and I am still in school (well not right now) Hell I was in College on and off up until I was 39
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this was posted by danger dude (in red)

I am a Aerospace Quailty Engineer, ASE Certified Mechanic, Lic Aircraft Mechanic, a member of SAE Society of Automotive Engineers and ASQ American Society of Quality Engineers. I attended Auburn University, Alabama Avaition and Tech College, University of Alabama Birmingham and James Madison University. I have 23 years in the Automotive Field building race engines for Cars, Boats and Motorcycles. I am a Volvo Master Mechanic for there marine racing and automotive engines. I am a Certified Pratt-Whitney and Allison jet engine mechanic as well as a Aerospace Quality Engineer for the largest Defense Company in the world


i have to say i admire you sir :worship: :worship: :worship: :worship: :worship:
and thats the reason i always listen to his advice
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hey corey, what all do you know about the engines of large airplanes and the space shuttle? my dad works for a company that makes most of the parts your talkin about
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I know alot about engines and stuff of large planes. I used to work on the E-4B (military 747), and RC-135s. Have you guys ever seen the sum of all fears? That Big white 747 with a blue stripe going down the nose. Those are the planes I worked on. 6 awesome years. I'd tell ya more about them, but then I'ld have to kill ya all, and that would be just too difficult from my laptop.
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I worked on just about every type of commercial aircraft including Boeing 757,737, 727, 717 (Was an MD-90) 707, McDonald Douglas MD-11, MD-90, MD-87-85-80, MD-10, DC-10, DC-9, DC-8, Lockheed L-1011. Airbus A300, A310 and A320's

On Military Aircraft F-111, FB-111, EF-111 Ravens, KC-10 Tankers, C-130A thru C-130J's, AC130 Spector Gunships, T-38 Talons, A-10 Warthogs, P-3A Orions, P-3B Orions, EP-3 Orions ( Snoop plane like the one that crash landed in china a few years ago), KC-135 Strato tanker and RC-135 rivet joint and Joint Star

Now I am a Quality Engineer assigned to US AirForce, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard C-130H and C-130J programs and US Army's Golden Knights paratrooper display teams C-130 Fat Albert, F-22 Raptor Program, P-3 Orion program including AIP, UIP, SSI, ESSI, Gulfstream IV programs to make surveillance aircraft for Israel and other countries they want to remain anonymous. I also Work on Poland C-130, Pakistan C-130, Saudia Arabia C-130, Korean C-130, Egyptian C-130 as well as the Itailian C-130J's

Damn I get busy sometimes
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corey rocks!

you have had an awesome life it seems like! I admire you as well. but i won't call you sir.
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corey rocks!

you have had an awesome life it seems like! I admire you as well. but i won't call you sir.
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Please dont call me sir (Unless I am knighted sometime in my life) I am 43 and been around a while but please I am one of you and as such I want to be treated as a equal. Knowledge and experience is great but if you are not wise with that knowledge and good to people it is all in vein.
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that's why I won't call you sir. I know better

so how was UAB when you went there? I'll be there for about the next 12 years of my life, lol.
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I was there in 1982-83 before some of you were born. Damn I am getting old :no: :whistle: It was ok. Spent most of my time on Morris avenue and the south side bars partying and getting a buzz!!! Yep I said it !!! It was a different time
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I never got ASE certified. Didnt see the need. I dont do anything the way the factory would do it anyways.... Im a hotrodder MANNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN
i dont think i will ever get certified in anything, except maybe painting, b/c hotroddin' is too much fun to ruin it by doing it for a living. i'm going into business
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Dang man, thats cool, I can only wish to do 1/2 that, i love to work with my hands, I have to rip the thing apart to really c how things work. kinda cool how the place my dad works for makes someof the part u used. (he works @ Reeder & Kline Machine Co.)
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I worked on just about every type of commercial aircraft including Boeing 757,737, 727, 717 (Was an MD-90) 707, McDonald Douglas MD-11, MD-90, MD-87-85-80, MD-10, DC-10, DC-9, DC-8, Lockheed L-1011. Airbus A300, A310 and A320's

On Military Aircraft F-111, FB-111, EF-111 Ravens, KC-10 Tankers, C-130A thru C-130J's, AC130 Spector Gunships, T-38 Talons, A-10 Warthogs, P-3A Orions, P-3B Orions, EP-3 Orions ( Snoop plane like the one that crash landed in china a few years ago), KC-135 Strato tanker and RC-135 rivet joint and Joint Star

Now I am a Quality Engineer assigned to US AirForce, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard C-130H and C-130J programs and US Army's Golden Knights paratrooper display teams C-130 Fat Albert, F-22 Raptor Program, P-3 Orion program including AIP, UIP, SSI, ESSI, Gulfstream IV programs to make surveillance aircraft for Israel and other countries they want to remain anonymous. I also Work on Poland C-130, Pakistan C-130, Saudia Arabia C-130, Korean C-130, Egyptian C-130 as well as the Itailian C-130J's

Damn I get busy sometimes
The Joint Star is nt an RC-135, is actually a E-8A. Actually those planes suck to work on, but it's fun work at least. I just hate when the crew chiefs do stupid stuff to them like run over fire bottles or taxi with the power cart wtill plugged in. Not very fun, especially when they do it to the same plane twice. KC-10 Tankers are awesome planes to work on, but those guys that work on them full time scare me. Hey Corey, have you ever done any work on the AWACS E-3A? Or how about the NOAC's E-4B?
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I rode in a KC-135 once. We were supposed to refuel some F-117s, but ended up with a squadron of F-15s.

I liked that better
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corey why dont you open your own tuning shop or something?
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i will start calling you corey
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corey why dont you open your own tuning shop or something?
i agree thatd be pretty cool
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The Joint Star is nt an RC-135, is actually a E-8A. Actually those planes suck to work on, but it's fun work at least. I just hate when the crew chiefs do stupid stuff to them like run over fire bottles or taxi with the power cart wtill plugged in. Not very fun, especially when they do it to the same plane twice. KC-10 Tankers are awesome planes to work on, but those guys that work on them full time scare me. Hey Corey, have you ever done any work on the AWACS E-3A? Or how about the NOAC's E-4B?
No I have not worked On the E-4B's or the AWACS E-3A Boeing keeps spending mega dollars to keep that contract. However the Joint Star started out as a KC-135 and was sent to Northrop Grumman or one of the Subcontractors like Lockheed Martin or Pimco to convert them to Joint Stars. They decided to keep some with the old *** Pratt-Whitney JT-3Ds engines instead of the CFM56.
I was a Quality Inspector with the J-Star program

I also worked like I said on the EP-3s for the navy which was a snoop plane made out of the P-3 Orion Sub Hunters And the P-3 AEW which is a P-3 with a Roto Dome on it. Like an AWACS it covers long range surveillance and warning system just not as large as a E-3A. THe US Customs ordered 12 from us and are now in the Homeland Defense System they also bought some P-3's called slicks that have F-16 APG radar system mounted in a bullet shaped blister just above the cockpit windows so they can track and engage drug dealers or Terrorist.
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corey why dont you open your own tuning shop or something?
I make pretty good money at Lockheed Martin and if I cant give it my all I wont do it. You never know though. If Robert ever wanted to do something together I just might with him.

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No I have not worked On the E-4B's or the AWACS E-3A Boeing keeps spending mega dollars to keep that contract. However the Joint Star started out as a KC-135 and was sent to Northrop Grumman or one of the Subcontractors like Lockheed Martin or Pimco to convert them to Joint Stars. They decided to keep some with the old *** Pratt-Whitney JT-3Ds engines instead of the CFM56.
I was a Quality Inspector with the J-Star program

I also worked like I said on the EP-3s for the navy which was a snoop plane made out of the P-3 Orion Sub Hunters And the P-3 AEW which is a P-3 with a Roto Dome on it. Like an AWACS it covers long range surveillance and warning system just not as large as a E-3A. THe US Customs ordered 12 from us and are now in the Homeland Defense System they also bought some P-3's called slicks that have F-16 APG radar system mounted in a bullet shaped blister just above the cockpit windows so they can track and engage drug dealers or Terrorist.
Don't you mean the E-8A's haf TF-33P5s? Cause I know our RC-135's and the old KC-135E's have the TF-33s. I also knew that the E-4B's still have there contracts, I was just wondering if you ever got a chance to work on them. It's kinda weird how when I was stationed at Offutt, how we would always talk about the planes going to Greenville. Do you have part-take in the re-engining of the RC-135s with the new "R" model engine, I think GE makes them.
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