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Conduct UND Aerospace classes for FAR Part 61.31 and AC 61-107A high-altitude physiological training and altitude chamber courses for professional fixed-wing aircrew and cabin crew. Conducts aviation physiology/human factors training for professional helicopter aircrew. Teach all aspects of aviation physiology and human factors to collegiate aviation students. Market programs to corporate & commercial flight departments and other flight organizations. Research and teach visual enhancement systems, aircraft automation-to-human engagement and interaction, and crash survival factors. Research and teach human physical and cognitive performance enhancement in hostile aviation environments and counteracting negative performance trends.
OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Training, MQ-9 Predator B Ground School, Air Line Pilot's Association Advanced Accident Investigation Course, Simuflite Crew Resource Management, USAFSAM High-G Fighter Centrifuge Course, USAF Basic Aircrew Land Survival, AOI Advanced Desert Survival, Army Airborne Parachutist Course, USAF Water Survival Course, USAF Air Training Command Navigator Instructor Course
U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine
Manager/Lecturer Aerospace Physiology, John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences, University of North Dakota, 2012-Present
Lecturer – Aerospace Physiology, UND Aerospace, 1991-1996
Aerospace Physiology Instructor, United States Air Force, 1978-1990