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About Rich Wyeroski
Rich is coming up on 50 years as a pilot. Aviation always interested him since getting a ride from his godfather in his BT-13 when he was 12 years old. Initially Rich was working in the graphic arts industry and used an aircraft to make sales calls all over the Mid-Atlantic states. Becoming an instructor was something he really wanted. He has all the ratings and worked hard for each and everyone. Jobs consisted of flight instruction, a contract pilot, and working for a few 135 operators over the years. Today Rich still instructs and flies his own aircraft, since he has owned an aircraft going back to 1970. His other job is performing aircraft maintenance and doing owner-assisted annuals, as well as teaching new A&P mechanics at a school.
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