|Total Flight Time:||6560 Hours|
|Total PIC Time:||6078 Hours|
|Total SIC Time:||320 Hours|
|Total Single Engine Time:||6235 Hours|
|Total Multi Engine Time:||312 Hours|
|Total Turbine Time:||2516 Hours|
|Total Turbine PIC Time:||2216 Hours|
|Total Turbine SIC Time:||300 Hours|
|Total PIC Time:||882|
|Date of Last Flight:||August 6, 2020|
|Total PIC Time:||1335|
|Date of Last Flight:||June 13, 2020|
|Other Flight Experience|
|Total Simulated Instrument Time:||209 Hours|
|Total Actual Instrument Time:||216 Hours|
|Total Takeoffs and Landings:||4500|
|Total Cross Country Time:||3170 Hours|
|Total Dual Given Time:||1345 Hours|
|Total Dual Received Time:||216 Hours|
|Total Tailwheel Time:||85 Hours|
|Total Single Engine Tailwheel Time:||85 Hours|
|Total Night Cross Country Time:||425 Hours|
|Job Title:||Pilot On Demand Charter/ Chief Pilot Unmanned|
|Aircraft Flown:||Pilatus PC 12-47, PC 12-NG, Citation CE-560|
|Job Description:||Maintain currency and capability in flying on demand charter for both corporate and medical flights in Citation CE-560 as SIC and Pilatus PC 12-47 as PIC.
As PIC flight plan and create risk assessment profile for each flight based on weather and capability of both airplane and crew. Work with dispatch and SIC crew member to provide best safety, comfort levels and service to passengers or client. Help to arrange airport services and transportation for clients both at departure and arrival airports, FBO\\\'s. Travel as required and maintain aircraft safely and securely as necessary per the mission assigned.
As SIC work directly with PIC to safely transport passengers and cargo and fly legs as assigned by PIC.
As Chief Pilot for unmanned operations, maintain individual pilot and visual observer records and coordinate currency training. I help develop and maintain training courseware. I work with the unmanned director of operations.
|Job Title:||Fixed Wing Pilot|
|Aircraft Flown:||Pilatus PC12-45|
|Job Description:||Medical Evacuation as single pilot, flying part 135 in the Rocky Mountain Region, Colorado, US, carrying patients to larger cities with better care. We commonly fly to Denver and Salt Lake. I also do flights to meet with a rotorcraft at a smaller airport within our service area of 150 nautical miles. From there we will transfer the patient.
As a pilot with this organization we are responsible for all aspects of flight safety and operation including weather considerations, flight panning and decisions as to launching. I also am responsible for updating avionics, airplane cleanliness and communications with lead pilot, chief pilot and mechanic.
|Aircraft Flown:||Pilatus PC12-45|
|Job Description:||Medical Evacuation as single pilot part 135 to remote areas in the north central US carrying patients to larger cities with better care. Valley Med Flight is part of a larger consortium of companies flying under AMRG.|
|Job Title:||Contract Pilot|
|Aircraft Flown:||Cessna 208B Grand Caravan|
|Job Description:||Flying a combination of corporate transport and ISR mission as well as flight testing with R&D personnel. Responsible for all phases of flight preparation and planning. I also have extensive time in tactical environments working in close proximity to other air assets.
The Caravan flown is an experimental version with specialized equipment for ISR and other similar work.
We fly operations in both CONUS and Canada for the corporation and under contract with the US DOD and the Canadian DND.
|Job Title:||Flight Instructor, CFII|
|Aircraft Flown:||CE172, Piper Arrow, Citabria and others furnished by students|
|Job Description:||Primary through advanced flight instruction, I began as a full time instructor in 2008 and am now on call and part time.|
|Degree Type:||Bachelor Degree|