Hector Noel



Airframe & Powerplant Mechanics license (126601008), Turbine engine & Reciprocating engine overhaul, Aircraft electrical, hydraulic, brakes, air-conditioning systems, sheet metal fabrication/repair

Commercial Helicopter Pilot, (Bell 412 twin turbine, 205 UH-1 Huey, 206 Jet Ranger, Bell 47; R-22), Helicopter Instrument Rating, Flight Instructor (exp)

Fire Rescue Services- Florida EMS Paramedic, current (A7304), Advanced Trauma, Cardiac, Pediatric Life Support, Flight Medic, NASCAR Certified track rescue crew, NFL & MLB Stadium certification, Fire Fighter ll (needs renewal)

SCUBA: NAUI Rescue SCUBA Diver; Rescue skin; HEED Helicopter Emergency Extrication Device

U.S. Passport, Florida Driver’s License,

Miscellaneous Manufacturing Certifications

MSSC Certified Production Technician

OSHA 10 Card; 32hr Fabrication Lab; Safety Awareness Cert; Production Process Cert; Maintenance Awareness Cert; Quality Awareness Cert; Calibration; Measurements; Blueprints


2012   Nova Southeastern University, Florida. BA Finance, (3.92/4.0 GPA) 4th year student *National Business Honors Society- Alpha Chi (2010,) Sigma Beta Delta (2011).

1989 Miami Dade College, Florida. Associates Science Fire Science Degree, (3.75/4.0 GPA) *Dean’s list Miami-Dade College, (4 quarters).

1982 G.T. Baker Aviation School, Florida. Airframe & Powerplant licenses,         

1981 United States Air Force, Sikorsky HH-53 Helicopter Mechanic

  *Honor Graduate 1981, Top graduate in helicopter maintenance.

1979    HS of Art and Design, New York City, Motion Picture Production (Major), Photography and lab (Minor); Special Effects training by Douglas Trumbull (Close Encounters) and Stop Motion animation by James Chai (Muppets).

Language, Fluent English; Nearly fluent understanding Spanish

Various- Hazmat, Nuclear Biological Chemical; Fed Policies- Workman’s Comp, Sexual Harassment, Hostile Work, Environment, Grievance Procedures,                   


17-23   Self: Developed the “Frictionless Hip Implant”. Worldwide Patent (U.S. Patent #10,596,005)  See YouTube video “Frictionless Hip Implant”

13-15   Self: Managing private client’s investments in the capacity of a Hedge Fund Manager.

11-12   Self: Economic Researcher- Guiding and advising on the investment portfolio of High Net Worth individuals.

10-12 Self: Designed and built for the Harley Davidson Motorcycle Company a prototype motorcycle engine low pressure oil system. This was based largely on principles and practices in aviation that eliminated wear on their piston skirts and reduced engine noise. 

09-10   Self: Insta-Gator Inc.- Streamlined their business model which resulted in decreased waste and higher net profits. 

84-06   Miami-Dade Fire Rescue: 22 years, 17 years in management as a Lieutenant. Expert at Tactics and Strategy; Predictive problem mitigation; Training emphasis as a Mass Casualty Incident Commander, Hurricane response plan coordinator, and Hazardous material incident Commander in rail car fuel spills. Trained by People’s Gas to fight propane tank fires, trained by Turkey Point as an Incident Commander for Nuclear Plant fires and leaks. Trained by FPL on Diesel/steam power plant operations.

Special Ops Division– Paramedic Team, Rescue Swimmer, SCUBA diver

Air Rescue Division- Helicopter Pilot- Air Rescue 3, Trauma transport, Search/Rescue, Water drop. Fast rope onto burning rooftops, rappelling, long line hoist extraction, Etc. 

*One of 50 Paramedics nationally selected to do the FDA premarket approval field testing of cardiac thrombolytic drug ReoPro for Centocor which was later sold to Eli Lilly (NYSE: LLY) and Johnson & Johnson Corporation NYSE: JNJ).

* The fifth person in Miami-Dade Fire Rescue history to receive a Medal of Valor.

95-97   Sealab Industries: Designed and engineered two air valves for SCUBA and Aerospace, (U.S. Patent #5,560,738 Scuba Ascent Valve, Emergency Resurfacer. October 1st, 1996) The second valve was a high pressure seal now used by United Technologies in aerospace.

95-96   Florida Marine Patrol: Auxiliary police officer, Aviation unit helicopter co-pilot, Marine unit SCUBA diver.

90-93   Kimura International: Aircraft mechanic; Helicopter flight instructor, aircraft refueler, Japanese student liaison and English tutor.

91-93   Aerotechnica Aerial Photography: Aerial Photo & Videographer, Photo Lab Technician, Produced legal exhibits to scale for attorneys, IE: Florida vs. William Lozano murder trial. Expert witness in aerial surveys.

88-91   Gold Coast Helicopters: Helicopter mechanic and overhaul specialist. Bell -47G, Aerial photographer, Designed and fabricated custom 4×5 camera, floating gimbal, and gyro mounts specifically for Bell-47. Exchanged 25 hours of maintenance for 1 hour of flight time.

84-86   Hialeah Model Builders: Architectural blueprint reader and scale model maker. Fabricated Sales Center miniatures for Arvida Country Club, Boca Raton, and the Commodore Plaza high-rise on Biscayne Blvd and Venetian Causeway, Miami.

1985- Self: Purchased and self managed a small apartment building in Ft. Lauderdale.

82-84 Sportsrooms Racquetball Club- Worked directly for 72’ Dolphins Tim Foley and Bob Griese at their sports club. Started with janitorial, building, and workout equipment maintenance, then gave fitness classes on stage and worked at the “Shape Shop’ as a Physical fitness trainer. Was promoted to 2p to midnight close Manager in charge of the club. (Job during A&P Tech school)

81-87   United States Air Force: SSGT (E5) Helicopter mechanic Sikorsky HH-3 Jolly Green, 301st Air Rescue Squadron, Homestead Air Force Base; Airport crash Foam Truck operator. Years 82-87 AFRES Reserves, Homestead Air Force Base, Florida

80-81   National Airlines/Pan American Airlines Ground Services- Ramp Agent, Parking jets, turbine APU, loading aircraft. (Job during aircraft Tech school)

77-79 ABC News– Computer Keypunch operator (Job during High School years)

76-77 A&P Supermarkets – Box Boy, Janitor. (Job during Junior High School)


Sound editor for theater music and figure skating performances; Mechanical blueprint reading; AutoCAD; Mechanical innovation and design; Machinist (Non-CNC); Heavy equipment operator, excavator, skid-steer; Building construction; Electrician, plumbing, Auto Painter, fiberglass boat construction …

Hobbies: Reading; Thinking; Race car building; Guitar/bass playing; Building construction, design, and landscape Architecture.