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HAI@Work: ‘Flight Suit Friday’ with the US Coast Guard
HAI President and CEO Jim Viola recently sat down with the producers of Flight Suit Friday to share his experiences in the US Army and show how his military leadership and safety mindset opened civilian doors after he left the service. Flight Suit Friday, a podcast created by a group of US Coast Guard aviators, invites participants to share stories, discuss the art of search and rescue, and appreciate the rewarding and demanding work servicemen and -women perform.

Join us at our next HAI@Work webinar, Aug. 25 at 4 pm eastern (UTC-4), to hear the Flight Suit Friday team talk candidly with Viola to help service members plan for their future today. This prerecorded podcast was simultaneously filmed for HAI@Work for our webinar attendees.

Jim Viola is president and CEO and of HAI. After a successful career as a US Army aviator, he retired with the rank of colonel. Prior to joining HAI, he most recently served as director of the Office of General Aviation Safety Assurance for the FAA.

Sam Hafensteiner is a lieutenant commander in the US Coast Guard (USCG) and currently serves as an instructor pilot/flight examiner in the MH-65D Dolphin at the USCG Aviation Training Center in Mobile, Alabama. In addition to instructing all new Coast Guard rotary-wing aviators and current-duty standing aviators, he teaches at the Advanced Helicopter Rescue School in Astoria, Oregon, the Coast Guard’s only high-risk aviation training facility.

Kenny Ingram, a lieutenant commander in the USCG, has served more than 19 years stationed at Air Station Borinquen; the Helicopter Interdiction Tactical Squadron, in Jacksonville, Florida; and Air Station San Francisco. He currently serves as the H-65 division chief at the USCG Aviation Training Center in Mobile, Alabama, where he is responsible for all H-65 pilot/aircrew training and standardization for 17 air stations.

This is a prerecorded presentation.

Please send questions, comments, and feedback to dan.sweet@rotor.org.

Aug 25, 2022 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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