I am a Designated Pilot Examiner (Sport Pilot, Airplane)
I am a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI Sport Pilot, Airplane)
I hold a Light Sport Repairman Maintenance rating (Airplane).
I am a commercial pilot. I became a licensed pilot in 1981.
In 1993, I became a Basic Flight Instructor (BFI) with the United States Ultralight Association (USUA). In 1995, I became an Advanced Flight Instructor with the USUA. Both of these programs terminated on 1/31/2008.
In March 2003, I became the Webmaster for the USUA, and in October 2003 I was appointed to the Board Of Directors, and served as Vice President of the USUA until mid 2009.
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Civil Air Patrol
From 1988 to 2005, I was a Captain in the Civil Air Patrol (CAP). During that time, I served as a Group Finance Officer, Mission Pilot, and Mission Coordinator. I resigned, after seeing years of mismanagement and corruption in California wing.
I hold an Extra class license. I am an ARRL Volunteer Examiner (VE).
I am a software developer in the aerospace industry. My background is in the flight test arena. Between 1981-1985, I was a member of the United States Air Force, stationed at Edwards AFB, in southern California. Between 1985-1988, I worked at Nasa Dryden Flight Research Center. I am currently employed as a software developer/product manager, with a southern California aerospace company. I received my B.S. in Computer Science from Chapman University.
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