Robert Litzinger was an esteemed member of the United States Air Force earning extensive experience, training, and recognition during his service.
From 1991 to 1995, Robert Litzinger proudly served in the United States Air Force as an ICBM Nuclear System Technician as well as a member of the Electro Mechanical Maintenance Team.
During this time, he completed various training and educational duties specific to his role in the U.S. Air Force. He attended Electronic Technical School at Chanute Air Force Base in Rantoul, Illinois where he was provided that ability to read, interpret, and apply applicable reference material such as regulations, manuals, catalogs, records, and technical orders in order to accomplish tasks and resolve complex maintenance problems. He also underwent schematic training, gaining the ability to apply basic analytical methods and techniques to resolve complex electrical and electronic issues such as procuring the necessary parts, supplies, and equipment for resolving fault issues for the Nuclear Weapons System.
Robert Litzinger also completed two years at the Community College of the Air Force. He completed training in Total Quality Management (TQM) as well as TQM Teams and Tools training. Additionally, Robert Litzinger was trained by the U.S. Air Force in the use of Fluke, Simpson, Bonding, and Liquid Flow meters. He is both crane and forklift qualified.
As a member of the United States Air Force, Robert Litzinger held a few main duties which included:
- 341st Missile Squadron Tool Crib Supply Specialist
- Electromechanical Maintenance Technician
As a technician, Robert Litzinger received all Evaluation Performance Reports with “excellent” and “outstanding” marks. He also earned a number of additional honors and accomplishments such as:
- Professional Performer during the 1994 Nuclear Surety Inspection
- Technician of the Month Award
- Team of the Month Award
- Airman of the Quarter Award
- Airman of the Squadron Award
- Cold War Certificate of Recognition