AMS Hires More Vets
Chesterland, OH - With several recent hires being U.S. Air Force (USAF) veterans, AMS has succeeded in raising its percentage of veterans employed at the company to more than 25%.
Josh Sherman is one of the new AMS hires for mechanical projects. His military service got going in Phoenix, AZ as a Crew Chief performing inspections on aircraft and diagnosing problems. He has experience monitoring flight controls and working on engines. After getting several years of experience under his belt in Phoenix, Sherman transferred to another military base in Youngstown, OH where he earned his degree in Aircraft Maintenance Technology. Sherman continues to serve in the USAF Reserves in a mechanical capacity. His certificates include an Airframe Rated Mechanical Certificate.
Casey Crum was recently hired to work in AMS’s Instrument shop. His experience with the USAF is with electronics and instrumentation. Crum’s education and training includes the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics in West Mifflin, PA where he earned his degree in Aviation Electronics Technology. His training included maintaining andrepairing electronics, aircraft radios, and programmable logic controls. He also has experience troubleshooting diagnosing equipment. Crum’s most recent service was in USAF Reserves in Coraopolis, PA where he worked in Air Transportation.