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Richard L. Rogers

by blatham on February 27, 2014

Faculty, Aviation Maintenance

CONTACT
316.677.1915
rrogers@watc.edu
National Center for Aviation Training | RM. S202
4004 N. Webb | Wichita, KS 67226

DEGREES & CERTIFICATIONS
Culver-Stockton College, Bachelor of Science
Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Business Administration
Economics
Spartan School of Aeronautics, Aviation Maintenance Technology Certificate
Airframe and Power Plant Certification
US Army NCO Safety School
Various US Army NCO Leadership classes and schools
US Army Helicopter Schools
Aviation Industry (Manufacturing) Schools

RELEVANT CAREER AND INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
1 year Hickam Wheeler AFB Aero Club, A & P mechanic, Wheeler AFB, Hawaii
4 months, Elliott Flying Service, A & P mechanic and parts distribution trainee, Quad City Airport, Moline, Illinois
15 years, Active Duty US Army, Army Reserve, and Missouri Army National Guard, and New Jersey Army National Guard (Helicopter
Mechanic, Helicopter Crew Chief)
12 ½ years Technical Writer, F/A-18A//B/C/D and T/AV8B Flight Controls, Hydraulics, Fuel and Egress systems, McDonnell Douglas
Corporation, St Louis MO
8 years Technical Writer, CH-47 Helicopter Senior Lead, and Subject Matter Expert, Structures and Mechanical Systems, Boeing
Helicopters, Ridley Park, PA
9 Years Technical Writer CH-47 Helicopter, KC-135, C-40, C-32, E-6, E4B and 767 Tanker Illustrated Parts Breakdown, Boeing IDS,
Wichita, KS
1 ½ years Senior Technical Writer, SH-60 Sea Hawk Helicopters (US Navy, Marines & Coast Guard), Sikorsky Helicopters, Shelton, CT
5 years Instructor, Aviation Technical Center/National Center for Aviation Technology, Wichita, KS

TEACHING
US Army Helicopter (Mechanical) Training NCO
US Army Helicopter (Class room) Training NCO
Aviation Technical Center
National Center for Aviation Training

ACADEMIC INTERESTS/ACTIVITIES
Emergency Management
Selective Service Board Member (Volunteer)
FAA AMT Award
SERVICE AND COMMUNITY INTERESTS/ACTIVITIES
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Volunteer
Various Kansas and FEMA Emergency Management training and schooling
Selective Service Board Member (Volunteer)

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