Dale Agner is currently an instrument and commercially rated pilot, having begun flying general aviation in 2014. He trained as a Family Physician with the Air Force and also served as a senior flight surgeon. He completed a 25-year career in the Air Force and transitioned to teaching Family Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska. He has 800 total general aviation flying hours, with ~100 hours IMC and over 500 cross country hours, including coast to coast trips (with frequent trips to Montana and Texas). He is slowly working on becoming a certified flight instructor.
Flying between the layers, I realized I had few options if I lost an engine, or, if my “window between layers” happened to close. Thankfully, all went well, until switching frequencies for my ILS 02 into KGPI.