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About Neil Cosentino
Cornelius "Neil" Cosentino became a US Air Force pilot in 1960, and went on to log over 6,000 hours in military, commercial and private flying. He flew the B-47, KC-135, F-4CDE, including three tours in Vietnam. He was awarded 9 Air Medals and the Distinguished Flying Cross. As a civilian, he holds an ATP, CFII/ME, Commercial Helicopter & Glider, SES, and A&P. He was the CEO of Air Treasure Cay air taxi, with 1,000 hours in the Piper Navajo and Cheyenne.
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