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About David Tyler
David learned to fly in the University of North Dakota program while stationed at Grand Forks AFB as a B-52 crew chief. As a USAF flight engineer on C-130 E/Hs in Arkansas and E-3As in Oklahoma, he logged over 3,000 hours while earning a commercial pilot license with instrument and multi-engine ratings and a CFI. Currently a senior principal research scientist and technical fellow with an R&D company serving the government, David has over 500 hours as a pilot and is preparing for a CFII check ride.
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