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I started my federal career in August of 1999 at Fort Polk Louisiana I was a WG 5 temporary Heavy mobile equipment mechanic helper. I left FT. Polk in October of 2000 to work in Bosnia. I returned to federal service in April of 2002 at Fort Hood Texas on a temporary appointment, from there I went to McAlester Army Ammunition Plant in McAlester OK in July of 2002 as a term employee. In November of 2003 I accepted a permanent appointment at Red River depot. I returned to McAlester Army Ammunition plant in July of 2004 to the present time. I am currently a production machinery mechanic and vice president of local 2815.
I come from a union family, my father was a steward and a vice president at Fort Polk Louisiana. I didn't realize how much I learned across the dinner table and going to union meetings with my father, until I started working at other installations outside of Fort Polk. I became a member of local 2815 in 2008 I have served as president and vice president; I am currently vice president.