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Age: 35 Years

Flowery Branch, Georgia 30542

Aircraft Type
Total Flight Time: 3020 Hours
Total PIC Time: 1700 Hours
Total SIC Time: 1320 Hours
Total Single Engine Time: 65 Hours
Total Multi Engine Time: 2900 Hours
Total Turbine Time: 2700 Hours
Total Turbine PIC Time: 1700 Hours
Total Turbine SIC Time: 1300 Hours
BeechJet 400 (Hawker 400)
Total Time: 500
Total PIC Time: 0
Type Rated: Yes
Date of Last Flight: April 6, 2017
King Air 90/A100/200
Total Time: 1700
Total PIC Time: 300
Type Rated: Yes
Date of Last Flight: February 17, 2017
Total Time: 167
Total PIC Time: 0
Type Rated: Yes
Date of Last Flight: July 1, 2011
Other Flight Experience
Total Simulated Instrument Time: 188 Hours
Total Actual Instrument Time: 650 Hours
Total Takeoffs and Landings: 1500
Total Cross Country Time: 2600 Hours
Total Night Cross Country Time: 300 Hours
Job Title: Line Pilot
Aircraft Flown: Beech Jet 400XP\'s
Job Description: Line Pilot for a Part 135 charter operation flying Beech Jet 400XP\'s.
Job Title: Chief Pilot
Aircraft Flown: Cessna 441 and 310
Job Description: Chief Pilot for an international aerial imaging company. 9 aircraft in the fleet with Turboprop airframes, coordinated flights into and out of Mexico and Canada as well as restricted airspace throughout the US.
Job Title: Company Commander
Aircraft Flown: King Air 200
Job Description: Company Commander for a continuously deployed, fixed-wing Theater Aviation Company, which provides full spectrum fixed-wing aviation operational support for priority passengers and cargo both CONUS and overseas contingency operations, directly supporting the 11th Aviation Command, U.S. Army Reserve Command, Joint Operations Support Airlift Center, and all supported OCONUS theater commands. Responsible for eight C-12V aircraft and aviation equipment valued at $28.4 million dollars, located at two geographically dispersed CONUS locations. Executes a flying hour program consisting of over 4000 hours. Maintains a command climate which fosters initiative, readiness, safety, and the expeditious ability to mobilize, deploy, and execute continuous aviation support to full spectrum and overseas contingency operations anywhere in the world. As C-12V Pilot in Command, responsible for the safe, efficient operation of the unit aircraft in day, night, and inclement weather conditions.
Major: Park and Recreation Management
Degree Type: Bachelor Degree
Completed: Yes
Major: Associates of Arts
Degree Type: Associate Degree
Completed: Yes