Engine FitterAshish Kunwar | Aircraft Technician | Indian Air Force
What is Engine Fitter?
A Career in Engine Fitter is very intriguing. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to find information about What Engine Fitter actually is. Most pages on the internet just talk about How to get into Engine Fitter. Just like you would normally not trust a non Doctor with names of medicines, you should also not trust opinions about Engine Fitter from non professionals.
Aircraft Technician Ashish Kunwar invested 10 years in Engine Fitter. Aircraft Technician Ashish Kunwar describes Engine Fitter as:
Engine Fitter is basically a Technician who is taking care of engine of an aircraft and do the maintenance like materials handling, equipment, refueling equipment and installations, diagnosis and rectification of faults in Engine.
How Aircraft Technician Ashish Kunwar got into Engine Fitter?
After my graduation, I joined the Indian Air Force in the year 1995 as a Airman with Engine Fitter trade and worked for almost 10 years as a Engine Fitter.
Aircraft Technician Ashish Kunwar's Talk on Engine Fitter
|Starts with what is:
|Next, it covers Education. In this Talk Education was discussed as theoretical topics needed to excel at Engine Fitter, and not as Qualifications needed to enter Engine Fitter. It discusses following headings for Education in Engine Fitter:
|Aircraft Structure and Engines
|Fuel and Oil Management
|Then, the Talk focuses on the most important component that is Skills. Engine Fitter demands specific Skills which only an experienced professional can lay out. Here is a list of Skills required for Engine Fitter:
|Willingness to Learn
|Sense of Responsibility
|Positives of Engine Fitter are quite interesting. This Talk explains these Positives of Engine Fitter:
|Challenges are the other side of Positives and Engine Fitter is no exception:
|Sways in Public Sentiments
|Misuse of Hierarchy
|In the final section of the Talk, Ashish Kunwar talks about How a day goes in a Career in:
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Air Force is the branch of India's military that is primarily responsible for aerial warfare, transport, and reconnaissance. Air Force pilots fly a variety of aircraft including fighters, bombers, transport planes, and tankers.
"After completing my graduation, I started preparing for Indian Air Force and joined the force in 1987. My training was completed in 1988 and I got my posting. I worked there for 21 years and flied different types of planes and served Air force."
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