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About Ed Dray
After four years in the US Air Force, Ed learned to fly in a Cessna 150, flying from a grass strip on a farm near Gorin, Missouri. He earned his Private Pilot’s License on July 1st, 1973. Ed flew as a Flight Instructor, Charter Pilot, Commuter Airline Pilot, and then Chief Pilot for a corporation. He went to work for Flight Safety International as a Simulator Instructor and later became a Type Rating Examiner. Ed retired in 2006 with more than 18,000 hours of flight time. He recently published his first book, “My Journey to the Clouds”, describing the adventures and misadventures of his career as a pilot.
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