Greg Pierce’s aircraft qualifications include an in-depth operational and maintenance knowledge based on classroom instruction, on the job training and annual recurrent training for the following aircraft.

 

Boeing

B337/KC97 Flight Engineer, RII, AWR

B727-100/200 Check Flight Engineer, engine run and taxi, RII, AWR

B737-200/300/600/700/800, engine run and taxi, current RII, current AWR

B757-200/300, engine run and taxi, current RII, current AWR

B767-200/300, engine run and taxi, RII, AWR

B747-200/300, engine run and taxi, RII, AWR

 

Lockheed

P-2V7 engine run and Taxi, RII, AWR

P-3A/B/C Instructor Flight Engineer, engine run and taxi, RII

C-130A/B/E/F/H/T Instructor Flight Engineer, engine run and taxi, RII, AWR

L-188 Flight Engineer, engine run and taxi, RII, AWR

L100/382 Flight Engineer, engine run and taxi, RII, AWR

L1011-50/100/250/500 Flight Engineer, engine run and taxi, current RII, current AWR

 

McDonnell Douglas/Boeing

DC-6 Flight Engineer, RII, AWR

DC-7 Flight Engineer, RII, AWR

DC-8-60series Flight Engineer, RII, AWR

DC-9/MD-80series engine run and taxi, RII AWR

DC-10-30 RII, AWR

 

Consolidated

PB4Y-2 engine run and taxi, RII, AWR

 

Flight Engineer flight times by make/model:

P-3A/B/C – 5371.1                        L-188 – 310.6   

C-130A/E/H/T – 4612.2                B727-100/200 – 2893.7

L1011-50/100/250/500 – 1785.9   DC-8-60 series -– 198.1  

KC-97G – 35.6                               DC-6/7 – 108.3                                 

 

 

 

 

 

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