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Tuesday Talk – Rob Strickland

By May 3, 2024May 7th, 2024No Comments

Our first Tuesday Talk with Rob Strickland was a blast! It was great to see Rob carry on his dad’s legacy at Airway Science for Kids by sharing his love for aviation with all of us. And a huge shoutout to the students and families who joined in with their awesome questions and curiosity – you all help us soar!

In case you missed it you can catch the recording right here:

The fun doesn’t stop there. We’ve got more awesome speakers lined up for future Tuesday Talks, so keep your eyes peeled for updates.

While you’re waiting for our next speaker announcement, why not dive into our new collection of aviation resources? Whether you’re dreaming of becoming a pilot or just want to decode some aviation lingo, we’ve got you covered. Check it out here: https://airsci.org/resources/aviation-resources/. And hey, we’ll be adding even more goodies in the coming weeks, so stay tuned! Next up, drone piloting!

Thanks for joining us on this journey. Your support means everything to us. See you at the next Tuesday Talk!

Do you know someone who’d be a perfect fit for our Tuesday Talks? Don’t keep it to yourself – let us know! Together, we can keep the aviation passion flying high.

Robert H. Strickland, Jr. is the Senior Manager of Human Factors and Pilot Development at United Airlines in Denver, CO, where he has held his position since 2014. With over two decades of experience at United, Robert’s previous roles include Boeing 777 Technical Specialist and Technical Writer. He is a 1980 graduate of the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, where he earned his Bachelor’s of Applied Science Degree, specializing in Human Factors Engineering.

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