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Lunch 'n Learn Webinar

The Council of Logistics Engineering Professionals (CLEP) Presents:

Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) Overview

Presenter: Chris Rooksberry

Chris Rooksberry of ASI will provide an overview of RCM fundamentals and its significance to scheduled maintenance planning and asset availability optimization.

Chris C. Rooksberry is a Senior RCM Instructor at ASI and has over 21 years’ experience instructing RCM and has been involved in over 200 RCM Classes. Additionally, he spent 3 years as the senior military RCM instructor at Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) NAS Patuxent River, MD. He has provided RCM Analyst training to over a thousand Fleet Support Team Engineers/ Department of Defense contractors in every major fleet concentration area of the United States. Including remote site visits to provide training to United States Air Force (USAF) and Royal Air Force (RAF), US Army, personnel. Also to foreign government and commercial personnel. He has been involved in RCM efforts supporting various military aircraft/production equipment, Data Centers, Power Generation, Building Facilities, and Municipal Water Treatment. He is NAVAIR RCM Level III certified, as well as NAVSEA RCM Backfit Level II Certified. He is familiar and proficient with all aspects of MSG III and SAE JA-1012 RCM requirements.

Join us for our next Lunch and Learn Webinar on March 31, 2021, from 12:30PM to 2:00PM (EST). 

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Announcing New CLEP members for February:

The following CLEP members joined during the month of February. 

William Devey of Port St. Lucie, Florida

William works for Saddle Butte Systems as a Logistics Consultant. He has expressed interests in Acquisition Logistics, Logistics Engineering, Life Cycle Management and Supportability.

John McNeill of Stratford, NJ

John works for Amentum as a Systems Maintenance Engineer. He has expressed interests in Logistics Engineering, Life Cycle Management, Reliability, Maintainability and Supportability.

James Kaye of Black Hawk, Colorado

James works for Lockheed Martin Space as Logistics IPT Deputy. He has expressed interests in Acquisition Logistics, Logistics Engineering, Life Cycle Management, Supply Chain Management, Reliability, Maintainability, Supportability, Systems Engineering and Program Management.

Patrick Dallosta of Lothian, Maryland

Patrick works for the Defense Acquisition University as Professor of Engineering Management. He has expressed interests in Logistics Engineering, Reliability, Maintainability, Supportability and Systems Engineering.

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