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Dana everett
Captain - United Airlines
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Captain William Eric Mosley is the proud son of original Tuskegee Airman, John W. Mosley.  At a very early age, Mosley senior instilled in his son, the importance of service before self, hard work and the pursuit of excellence.  Captain Mosley, a distinguished graduate from the Air Force ROTC program at Colorado State University, completed Undergraduate Pilot Training in 1982.  Mosley served 20 years on active and reserve duty in the United States Air Force, upgraded to Instructor and Flight Examiner and earned his Command Pilot wings.  He was hired by United Airlines in 1990 and has flown several aircraft, including the Boeing B-727, Boeing B-737, Boeing B-777 and the Airbus A-319 and A-320.  In addition to his duties as a United Airlines “line pilot”, Captain Mosley is privileged to be part of the team who recruit and hire the next generation of pilots to fly the “friendly skies”.  Mosley, a Distinguished Alumnus from the Kent Denver School, has received several awards and commendations, including the United Airlines “United We Care” Chairman’s Award For Excellence, and the Tuskegee Airmen’s Noel Parish Award.

mark robertson
First Officer - United Parcel Service
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Captain William Eric Mosley is the proud son of original Tuskegee Airman, John W. Mosley.  At a very early age, Mosley senior instilled in his son, the importance of service before self, hard work and the pursuit of excellence.  Captain Mosley, a distinguished graduate from the Air Force ROTC program at Colorado State University, completed Undergraduate Pilot Training in 1982.  Mosley served 20 years on active and reserve duty in the United States Air Force, upgraded to Instructor and Flight Examiner and earned his Command Pilot wings.  He was hired by United Airlines in 1990 and has flown several aircraft, including the Boeing B-727, Boeing B-737, Boeing B-777 and the Airbus A-319 and A-320.  In addition to his duties as a United Airlines “line pilot”, Captain Mosley is privileged to be part of the team who recruit and hire the next generation of pilots to fly the “friendly skies”.  Mosley, a Distinguished Alumnus from the Kent Denver School, has received several awards and commendations, including the United Airlines “United We Care” Chairman’s Award For Excellence, and the Tuskegee Airmen’s Noel Parish Award.

William hardy
First Sargent - Retired
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Captain William Eric Mosley is the proud son of original Tuskegee Airman, John W. Mosley.  At a very early age, Mosley senior instilled in his son, the importance of service before self, hard work and the pursuit of excellence.  Captain Mosley, a distinguished graduate from the Air Force ROTC program at Colorado State University, completed Undergraduate Pilot Training in 1982.  Mosley served 20 years on active and reserve duty in the United States Air Force, upgraded to Instructor and Flight Examiner and earned his Command Pilot wings.  He was hired by United Airlines in 1990 and has flown several aircraft, including the Boeing B-727, Boeing B-737, Boeing B-777 and the Airbus A-319 and A-320.  In addition to his duties as a United Airlines “line pilot”, Captain Mosley is privileged to be part of the team who recruit and hire the next generation of pilots to fly the “friendly skies”.  Mosley, a Distinguished Alumnus from the Kent Denver School, has received several awards and commendations, including the United Airlines “United We Care” Chairman’s Award For Excellence, and the Tuskegee Airmen’s Noel Parish Award.

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dana evert
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Captain - United Airlines (Boeing B-777)

Captain Evert was destined to fly from a young age. His father was an Air Force mechanic and he grew up at the end of a runway. After graduating from Aurora Hinkley high school, he attended the United States Air Force Academy. Leaving the Air Force as a B-52 Aircraft Commander, he began his civilian flying career. Over time he achieved his goal of working for United Airlines. Today he is a Boeing 777 Captain. Over the years he has mentored students in various organizations. He is passionate about helping the MHF students achieve their goals.

Noel "Hank" williams
Instructor - United Air Lines (A320)
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First Officer Noel Williams knew from an early age that he wanted to become a pilot. Seeing the Blue Angels fly over the Monterey Bay yearly strengthened his desire to become a pilot. As the son of an Army Ranger, he figured he could become a pilot through the Army. It was only during the summer of his senior year in high school did he realize that there was an Air Force Academy and set out to make that a reality. During his time at the Academy, he knew he was exactly where he wanted to be. After graduating, he attended Undergraduate Pilot Training at Laughlin AFB, TX. After graduation in 1989 he went on the fly the F-15C, which was his dream jet when he got into the Air Force. He spent 30 years on Active Duty and the Reserves also flying the T-38 at two other Pilot Training bases as well as the TG-10 and TG-16A Gliders at the Academy. He is an accomplished Aerobatics pilot in glider aircraft. In 1998 he joined United Airlines and has flown the Boeing 727 and 737 as well as the Airbus A319/A320.  He currently serves as an A320 Instructor/Evaluator at the United Airlines Flight Training Center in Denver.