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Scott Wheat
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Licensed Journeyman Electrician minding safety and time management combined with craftsmanship to complete tasks correctly the first time.


*12-23-2013 to 11-19-2015 - Instrument Technical Services  -  Irvington, AL
Industrial Journeyman Electrician Responsibilities include the installations  conduit,  tray  cable,  wire  and  terminations in control/power/PLC panels. Foreman that finished the ion  water  treatment  plant  in  Gautier,  MS for Clear Water Solutions.

* 1-30-2012 to 3-1-2012 -Turner Industrial Group - Shutdown at Shell Chemical - Saraland, AL

*5-24-2011 to 12-01 2011 - Amteck of Kentucky, Austal Modular Manufacturing Facility phase II construction, Mobile, Alabama. Conduit fabrication using Greenlee 854 and 881CT

*2009-2011 - Marine Electrician Austal (LCS 2, LCS 4, Joint High Speed), Offshore/ Inland (Sub C tether deployment unit)and BAE Systems (Maintenance and repair)

*2008-2009 - Journeyman Moody's Electric Chevron Refinery Pascagoula, MS - Industrial Journeyman Electrician

*Citgo Refinery Crude Unit Rebuild of 2001-02, in Romeoville, Illinois. Managed by Fluor Construction and subcontracted by M.I.V./ Indicom Electric (I&E)

* 2000 - Journeyman Wireman on the Naperville, Illinois - Sach's Electric – Natural Gas-Fired generator installations. (MCC gear layout and installation)

Pre-Engineering and Business Management Faulkner State Junior College  -  Mobile, AL 1-1987 to 8-1988

NJATC IBEW LOCAL 176 - Process control and instrumentation class.

US ARMY 6-1982 to 6-1985 Combat Medic, Air Assault badge, Honorable Discharge
Commendations: Army Achievement Medal, 3RD Brigade Medic of the Quarter

TVTC July 2016
TWIC Card 02-2014 to 02-2017
Journeyman Electrician's license - City of Mobile January 1991 to January 2017

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Illustrated factbox on the "Flame" computer virus which is thought to be one of the most complete data-stealing tools found to date.

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On Friday, March 2, 2012, Officer Chad Wynne of the Mobile, Alabama Police Department, was shot in the chest by a suspect while responding to a robbery call at local grocery store. Though Officer Wynne was not on duty at the time, he heard the call and responded to assist his fellow officers. Officer Wynne has undergone three surgeries to date. Though his condition is improving, he is still in need of your prayers.
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