Robert Reser

Robert Reser
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Bob Reser has flown for over fifty years as both a commercial and military pilot. He has flown a variety of aircraft and holds ratings in several large aircraft. Additionally Bob has done flight instruction and managed flight instructors for several years. Bob holds ATP in Boeing 727, 757, 767, 747-400, DC-10 and B-25. His first commercial flying job was single pilot B-25 dropping on forest fires in Alaska with only 300 hours total time. He flew USAF and Air National Guard transport (C-123), observer (O-2), and jet fighter (RF-84, F-89, F102) aircraft for 20 years while flying the commercial airline very large transports for 30 years. Bob also holds USAF Navigator and Radar Observer ratings. For several years after airline retirement, he worked as Vice-President of Safety for a large flight school. The later years when working at the flight school, with ongoing review of Instructors, Students, and Examiners, the ideas professed of how to control flight were formed, there began an idea that something is missing in the general knowledge of aircraft control. The past few years Bob has been working on his book while professing the need for a changed approach to basic flight training. You can request a complimentary e-book by emailing Bob at bob@safe-flight.net.

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From Crisis to Prosperity FREE online —13 January 2021 Hosted by 15 honours students of Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, the 16th Aviation Management Conference will be held...

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