Chief Warrant Officer-5 (retired) Mark Meyer
Former US Army Special Operations Command, Command Chief Warrant Officer;
One of my first IP’s out of flight school
Helicopter and fixed wing and hot air balloon pilot, pilot in command and instructor pilot, instrument flight examiner, standardization instructor pilot, having amassed over 7,000 hours, with over 2,500 combat hours.
A fellow Paratrooper – over 20 years earning the Master Army Parachutist with over 100 static-line jumps and Military Freefall parachutist with over 500 freefall jumps
Holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Professional Aeronautics with a double minor in Business and Safety
Graduated Magna Cum Laude (1999)
Previous senior positions–
Chief of Warrant Officer recruiting for the U.S. Army Recruiting Command
Commander – HHT U.S. Army Operational Support Element
Troop Executive Officer, U.S. Army Operational Support Element
Various CCWO positions
U.S. Army Operational Support Element
4th U.S. Army Special Operations Aviation Command
2nd U.S. Army Special Operations Command
Owner/ operator of Balloons over America – hot air balloon tours
balloonsoveramerica.com or .org or .net
Interested in becoming a Warrant Officer?
U.S. Army Warrant Officer Recruiting
Books Mark is reading/ recommending:
Younger Next Year - Turn back your biological clock - Chris Crowley
Olivia's Hope-Kevin N. Karella
Amazon - Olivia's Hope: Alive: Yet Suspended in Time (Lincoln James Legacy): Karella, Kevin: 9781640853706: Books
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