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About Bob Teter
Bob started flying at 17, but quickly ran out of money. After obtaining an electrical engineering degree, he resumed flying on a one-way dirt strip in North Carolina. Switching to Winston-Salem, he got his private pilot license from Piedmont Aviation. He then added an instrument rating in Syracuse, NY, a commercial license in Greensboro, NC, and an MEL and CFI in Phoenix, AZ. Midway through the ratings, Bob decided to combine flying with an avionics design/flight test career. He has worked at King Radio, Sperry Flight Systems, Honeywell Aerospace, IS&S, and Safe Flight Instrument Corp. Now retired, Bob resides with his wife in southeast Pennsylvania.
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