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Updated on June 8, 2011 at 11:03 AM



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Locomotive Engineer, Union Pacific Railroad, Tucson, AZ Operate large trains carrying cargo; run diesel-electric locomotives; check the mechanical condition of the locomotives, making any necessary minor adjustments and documenting issues that require more thorough inspection; monitor instruments that measure speed, amperage, battery charge, and air pressure, both in the brake lines and in the main reservoir. Former New Hire Instructor teaching railroading skills to new employees. Manager, PC Operations, Misys Healthcare Hospital Systems, Tucson AZ Responsible for managing and mentoring a group of 12 support technicians for a network enterprise of 1250 people. Conducted meetings between PC Support group members and network administrators. Coordinated and managed all aspects of the company’s domain environment for the division including Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista Workstations and Windows NT/2000/2003 Servers. Evaluated and recommend enterprise hardware and software. Initiated improvement projects dealing with computing and network environments. Director of Information Systems, United States Air Force, Tucson AZ Led, managed and coordinated the work of employees engaged in network operations, network administration, information security, and small computer management at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, and Ramstein Air Base, Germany Led, managed and coordinated 110 U.S. military employees in publications and forms production, electronic networking, and electronic records and database management for 12,000 customers Strong familiarity with Windows 9x, NT, 2000, XP, and Vista workstations and servers, including setup, deployment, networking and troubleshooting Solid knowledge of Microsoft Office products from versions 2.0 through Vista All types of PC hardware and peripheral experience

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Re: “The Skinny

Although I severely disagree with Mr. Melvin's take on government and its responsibility in governance, as a railroad employee, I do agree more railroad tracks are an answer. In fact, the Union Pacific Railroad is currently surveying new trackage rights to either 1) install a new siding on the Nogales branch and/or 2) set up a second track to handle the ever increasing freight. With the Guaymas, Mexico port of operations starting to fully swing into operation, increased intermodal will pass through Arizona for destinations East and West. The California ports are saturated, thus making Guaymas an important artery for commerce. Right now the railroad can only accept three Northbound and three Southbound trains daily, and that's when the Mexican and US Port authorities can agree on train swap times. More freight is's only a matter of when and where.

Posted by AFCHIEF on 06/08/2011 at 11:14 AM

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