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Manne
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2007 3:24 am    Post subject: Pilots needed to Thailand! Reply with quote

We need Thai pilots and resumes for at least 4 pilots for operations in Thailand. Must have multi engine experience and be open minded for various tasks of flying. I can guarantee this will be something extra......
Own base in Paradise and helicopters are ours.
Send a short and brief note of yourself and I ll get back.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2008 12:34 am    Post subject: Re: Pilots needed to Thailand! Reply with quote

Manne wrote:
We need Thai pilots and resumes for at least 4 pilots for operations in Thailand. Must have multi engine experience and be open minded for various tasks of flying. I can guarantee this will be something extra......
Own base in Paradise and helicopters are ours.
Send a short and brief note of yourself and I ll get back.
CEO


Dear sir or madam

I am interested in your message.
I am working for Japnese Helicopter company now and Japanese commercial license and FAA private license holder.
But I don't have enough flight time at the moment.
Recently, I am planning to get a licenese of FAA commercial.

I am confident about communication skill, because I used to work as a manager and director of classical music industry and worked with any famous artists in the world at Suntry Hall(the most famous concert hall) Tokyo.

Would you tell me where your company base is or condition etc.?

Yours sincerely,

Masahiro Hori(hirohori)
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 04, 2008 7:57 pm    Post subject: Re: Pilots needed to Thailand! Reply with quote

Sir,

My name is Brandon Shelton
I am out of the US Army in April 08. I am a UH-60 BlackHawk PIC with almost 1400hrs TT. Have Commercial w/ Instrument Ticket and will have Class I flight physical by 18 March 08. I have worked throughout Central America and Afghanistan. I have overwater and NVG experience as well.

You can reach me at bjak_75@yahoo.com
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PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2008 9:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello

I don't know if this post is always in progress but if yes i'm very interresting by this

I will be out of the French Army Aviation in August 08. I am a AS 332 Super Puma PIC with 2700hrs TT.(2200pic) Have Professionnal licence withInstrument Ticket and have Class I flight physical . Many missions abroad: chad, Ivory coast,Djibouti, Senegal, Gabon,Nigeria, Kosovo, bosnia, sweden, germany, italy, croatia,macedonia....
type SE 3130 ( 60 h ) SE 3160/ SA 316 (950h) SA 341/342 (440h) SA 330 (855 h) AS 332 (395h)
IFR 300 h
Night 300h including 180 nvg
Mountain qualified
Several navy ship detachements

My CV on request : yvesdvy@gmail.com
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2008 9:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Loadmasters/Crewmen avail if you require. Welcome all inquiries.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 5:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just wondering if you have filled those positions yet?
I've always wanted to work in Asia.

Best regards
Erik
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 16, 2008 8:08 pm    Post subject: I AM READY Reply with quote

Brian Morrissey

15807 Sorawater Drive

Lithia, FL 33547

(813) 447-0345

Southpaw225@Yahoo.com

Key Strengths

Leadership training; including negotiation skills, and conflict resolution.

Training for flight formation and tactics for Middle East and Southwest Asia.

Advanced map recognition training as per aerial and ground mapping.

Human resource i.e workforce planning; skills management; personnel administration.

Professional Experience

U.S. Army Pilot/ Warrant Officer Ft. Rucker, AL 2005-March 21, 2008





Qualifications

Civilian Helicopter training 40 hours.

Qualified Rotary Instrument.

Qualified Commercial Rotary Rating

UH-60 (S-70) Qualified

US Army Rotary Wing Flight Program.

Qualified TH67 (Bell Jet Ranger) 207 Hours.

Qualified UH60 (Sikorsky S70) 81 Hours.

Qualified Night Vision and unaided night.

Qualified Low level terrain flight.

Private Pilot- Single and multi-engine land; 585 hours single engine; 150 hours multi engine. (Cessna 172, 177, 305, Piper Cadet and Seminal)

Total Time = 1063




Education

US Army Rotary Wing School, Ft. Rucker, AL 2006-2008

Warrant Officer Candidate School, Ft. Rucker, AL 2005

US Army Basic Training, Ft. Benning, GA 2005

Fixed Wing Training, Flight Safety Inc., Vero Beach, FL 2001-2002

Helicopter Training, Southern, Jersey Aero, Medford, NJ 40 hours

Aviation Program, Averett University; Danville, Virginia 36 credit hours

Professional Affiliations

Aircraft Owners Pilot Association (AOPA)

Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA)

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Flight operations management; budget and control costs; quality management; staff management; successfully plan and execute all flight operations.

Aircraft maintenance management; operations and productions.

Logistics management; as per both human and mechanical resources.

Studied and gained the skills attained through combat, rescue and reconnaissance missions.

Office management duties; i.e. both written and oral communications skills and computer software knowledge.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 16, 2008 7:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Benjamin M. Garrison
29 N.E. Beech St * Portland, OR * 916-622-9304
benmgarrison@gmail.com

Background and Career Objective:
An achievement oriented individual, excellent communication skills and a record of educational and work experience goal accomplishment. Seeking a full time position to continue my career as a professional pilot.
Total Time 1660 hours see attached sheet for details.

Education and Training:

10-19-2005 - Certified Flight Instructor Helicopter, Hillsboro Aviation, Hillsboro, OR

07-12-2005 - Commercial Pilot Helicopter, Hillsboro Aviation,
Hillsboro, OR

02-17-2005 - Private Pilot Helicopter, Hillsboro Aviation, Hillsboro, Or

2000 - Bachelor of Arts Degree - Alfred University, Alfred, NY

1995 - High School Diploma -Ladue Horton Watkins High School, St. Louis, Mo

Employment Experience:

3-22-08 to Present TEMSCO Helicopters, Juneau, AK
Tour Pilot AS350BA/B2. Operating under part 135, glacier tours.

7-01-07 to 12-01-07 Columbia Helicopters, Aurora, CA
Co-Pilot - Boeing 234 Chinook, during fire 2007 fire season. Duties include communications, monitoring systems, managing power.
Co-Pilot BV107 Logging operations.

2-01-07 to 7-01-07 Silver State Helicopters, Pacific Region
Lead CFI, R-44 vertical reference/long line training program. Responsibilities include instruction of the fundamentals of VR, and long line operations for eight locations, along the pacific region.

1-01-06 to 2-01-07 Silver State Helicopters, Sacramento, CA
CFI, responsible for flight training of student, private, commercial, and CFI candidates.

Flight Time and Experience:
Total Time Rotorcraft - 1660 hrs. (accident, incident free)
Pilot in Command - 1440 hrs.
Second in Command - 135 hrs.
AS350BA/B2 - 211 hrs.
Boeing 234 Chinook - 101 hrs.
Boeing BV 107 Vertol - 34 hrs.
Turbine - 350 hrs.
Robinson R-44 - 267 hrs.
Robinson R-22 - 1039 hrs.
Bell 206 4.5
Vertical Reference/Long Line - 130 hrs. (R- 44)
As Flight Instructor - 1000 hrs.
Cross Country - 305 hrs.
Mountainous Terrain - 258
Night - 40 hrs.

Part 135 Checkride AS350 - 05-06-08
LA Helicopters 133 Long Line Training Course - 12-01-07
HAI CFI Refresher Course - 02-28-07 (certificate renewed)
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PostPosted: Sun May 10, 2009 3:20 pm    Post subject: Re: Pilots needed to Thailand! Reply with quote

Manne wrote:
We need Thai pilots and resumes for at least 4 pilots for operations in Thailand. Must have multi engine experience and be open minded for various tasks of flying. I can guarantee this will be something extra......
Own base in Paradise and helicopters are ours.
Send a short and brief note of yourself and I ll get back.
CEO
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PostPosted: Sun May 10, 2009 10:45 pm    Post subject: Jobs Reply with quote

Hi

What what is company we will work for called?

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