Aviation Accident Services


Flight Instruction

Private, Commercial, Instrument, Glider Instruction 

Flight reviews and Instrument Proficiency Checks

...improve your basic flying skills with uncompromising discipline.

Mountain/Canyon Flying instruction

...for those who routinely fly out west or just preparing for that first flight across the Rockies. Includes a review of essential survival skills and equipment.

Sport Aerobatics instruction

...basic aerobatics, spin recovery, and upset maneuvering instruction.

Formation flying

…learn to fly basic formation with other aircraft.

Glider flying

…learn to soar as a beginner pilot or a seasoned aviator.  It will improve your flying skills significantly and give you the confidence that you need when you are engine-out.  

Teaching Experience

Instructor Pilot / Flight Instructor since 1996.

USAF F-16 Instructor Pilot, Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea and Luke AFB, AZ -- Flight and ground instructor in all roles of the F-16 fighter aircraft including instruments, aerobatics, nuclear strike, conventional attack, and aerial combat.

Auburn University, Auburn, AL -- Adjunct Instructor, Aviation Management, School of Business, Part 141 FAA certified ground instructor teaching the Commercial Pilot Ground School and Instrument Ground School courses.

FAA Certified Flight Instructor -- CFIA, CFII, CFIG - Single engine, instrument, and glider flight instructor.  Private, Commercial, Instrument, and Glider flight and ground Instruction. 

Unique general aviation experience -- mountain and low altitude flying experience in Alaska, Idaho, California, Colorado, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, and Arizona. Float plane flying experience in Florida and Alaska. Sport aerobatics experience in RV-4s, 6s, and 8s.  Glider flying/soaring in Georgia, Arizona, California, Tennessee and the Republic of Chile.  

Teaching Philosophy

Emphasize self-awareness, critical thinking, and discipline to gain knowledge with a complete understanding and ability to adapt and apply the knowledge to rapidly changing and unpredictable environments utilizing highly refined piloting skills, sound judgment, and conservative decision-making in both crew and single-pilot operations. Traditional, hands-on learning with a modern twist utilizing the most up-to-date technology, multimedia, and networking to develop an understanding of the material so that it can be quickly retrieved and applied while airborne under pressure. Develop character, values, and long-term relationships to impact the future through feedback, networking, and information exchanges to modify teaching methods and techniques. Foster relationships with the industry, AOPA, EAA, SSA, and the Air Safety Foundation to enhance my instruction.



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